Our Youth Initiatives
Rotary Club of Weaverville is committed to providing our youth opportunities to learn and grow. Camp Royal is a cornerstone of our youth initiatives. Our club sponsors members of community each year to attend Camp Royal. You can learn more about this at camproyal.org.
Leader – Paul Hauser
Volunteers – Jamie Green, Kimberly Trujillo, Roy Weil
This important initiative is focused on providing disadvantaged youth with the opportunity to learn and grow. Each year our club sponsors a deserving child’s participation in Bar 717 Ranch Summer Camp.
Leader – Jamie Green
Volunteers – Dero Forslund, Jim Underwood
Trinity High School Scholarships
Rotary Club of Weaverville is honored to provide scholarships to graduating seniors of Trinity High School. Through our scholarship foundation, we provide over $15,000 in scholarships each year to deserving students.
Leader – Jill Cox
Volunteers – Irl Everest, Ric Leutwyler, Jim Underwood
Youth Music Program
This new initiative is focused on ensuring that opportunities to learn and appreciate music are available to our youth throughout the community. Current efforts are focused on fleshing out plans and identifying sources of funding.
Leader – Dero Forslund
Volunteers – Jamie Green
Youth Mentoring Program
This new program is focused on providing young members of our community access to mentors who can help them on their journey to realize their full potential. Current efforts are focused on fleshing out the details of the initiative.
Leader – Jamie Green
Volunteer – Tara Jones, Ric Leutwyler
International Youth Exchange Program
Our club is excited to provide deserving youth the opportunity to broaden their horizons through participation in Rotary International’s Youth Exchange Program.
Leader – Kimberly Trujillo
Volunteers – Jamie Green, Pat Frost, Gus Kormeier
Career Shadowing Program
This new program is focused on providing young members of our community access to career shadowing opportunities. We hope that our youth will be inspired by learning more about the many ways in which they might apply time individual gifts as they launch their own careers.
Leader – Tara Jones
Volunteer – Jamie Green, Gus Kormeier, Kimberly Trujillo, Ric Leutwyler