Rotary Club of Chattanooga Hamilton Place Hosts Field Trip To Bess T. Shepherd Elementary School

Friday, April 13, 2018
Pictured, left to right:  Karen Hollis, Bess T. Shepherd; Chris Neighbors, Hamilton Place Club president elect; Donna Horn, Hamilton Place Club member; Valerie Brown, Bess T. Shepherd principal; Shannon Braziel, Bess T. Shepherd
Pictured, left to right: Karen Hollis, Bess T. Shepherd; Chris Neighbors, Hamilton Place Club president elect; Donna Horn, Hamilton Place Club member; Valerie Brown, Bess T. Shepherd principal; Shannon Braziel, Bess T. Shepherd

The Rotary Club of Chattanooga Hamilton Place visited Bess T. Shepherd elementary school campus and members said they were "blown away" by their Student Leadership Academy students, who provided tours and presentations for the club members. 

The rotary club's campus field trip visit was to announce the approval of a $10,000 Rotary grant to fund four projects at Bess T. Shepherd elementary school.  The Rotary Club of Chattanooga Hamilton Place looks forward to partnering with Bess T. Shepherd to implement these school projects, officials said.

Group picture of club members in school library watching students' presentation
Group picture of club members in school library watching students' presentation

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