Human trafficking awareness at Rotary The event is in addition to the service project of placing posters in middle and high schools asking students to be aware of their surroundings and to report any signs of human trafficking.

The Rotary Club of Lake Spivey/Clayton County hosted a Human Trafficking Awareness event last month. Special photo
The Rotary Club of Lake Spivey/Clayton County hosted a Human Trafficking Awareness event last month. Special photo

The Rotary Club of Lake Spivey/Clayton County (Georgia, US – D 6900) and several other Rotary clubs in the area presented a Human Trafficking Awareness event at Mayor’s Park in Lovejoy.

The event focused on human trafficking awareness.

The event is in addition to the Rotary Club of Lake Spivey/Clayton County’s service project of placing posters in middle and high schools asking students to be aware of their surroundings and to report any signs of human trafficking.

“The event was a huge success,” said Vibha Singla, Committee Chair.

The community turned out to see original dance performances, experience jumpy houses, horse shoes, basketball and free food from the city of Lovejoy. Door prizes from local merchants were given out throughout the day.

Rotary dignitaries from the district were present and participated in the event, including current District Governor Alec Smythe of Buckhead, District Governor Nominee Jim Squire of Stone Mountain and David McCleary, Worldwide Rotary leader in the fight against human trafficking.

Rotary International is the premiere humanitarian service organisation in the world with more than 1.2 million members worldwide.

“We are heavily focused on our community and are very active in working to make Clayton County a great place to live, work and play,” club members stated in a press release.

Source: Clayton news-daily.com

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