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“I know I’m blessed,” Aaron Tuscan says. “Rotary is my way to give back.”
“I know I’m blessed,” Aaron Tuscan says. “Rotary is my way to give back.” Aaron’s ties to Rotary began in his high school years (1994- 1995) when he was a member of the Interact club. Returning for his second year as an Assistant Governor, he has also served on the Club level as President (2011-2012) and Treasurer. His priorities include communication between the clubs and the District and promoting Rotary to the community. “Too many people do not understand the extent to which Rotary serves the community, and the world as a whole,” Aaron says. He encourages more Rotarians to take an active role in their clubs and in the district as a whole, to help realize our potential. Aaron is a self-proclaimed Star Wars geek; just ask his dog, who is named Chewbacca.
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