STUDENT OPPORTUNITY AND RECOGNITION DAY
Eighteen Students Welcomed by Durand Rotary
Posted by Durand Now at 9:43pm 10/11/17
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The Durand Rotary Club held its annual “Student Opportunity and Recognition Day” on Tuesday, September 26th.

Eighteen students were in attendance at the Durand Rotary Annual Student Opportunity and Recognition Day.  Cassie Stone provided an excellent presentation of her Rotary Youth Leadership Awards Camp.  Cassie was a student chosen to participate in the 2017 RYLA. Students learn leadership skills, the four way test, and the five levels of language as well as how to handle different personality types.  The Rotary supports selected students with leadership skills & career development interest for RYLA.  Rotary also offers student scholarships each year.  

To take part in the Rotary Student program an application can be obtained at the high school.


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Durand Police Officer Photographed Tossing the Pigskin With Boxcar Kids
Posted by Durand Now at 8:00pm 10/3/17
Leslie Nierescher

"When the Durand officer stops to play football with the boys at boxcar!"  That's the caption on this photo posted to Facebook by Leslie Nierescher on Tuesday afternoon.  The officer has been identified as Durand Police Chief Jason Hartz.  "That is community interaction in its purest form," Jason Nierescher commented.  "Yhat [sic] is a real role model," another comment, posted by Melba Williams, reads.

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