Rotaract Volunteers Register 62 Children at Amber Alert Booth

 
Four members of the Bay Path University Rotaract Club volunteered to staff our Amber Alert Child ID Booth at Enfield's Family Day event on Sunday, Sept. 18th.
 
(L-R) Miranda Gilman, a senior majoring in Forensic Science, serves as Rotaract Secretary; Ami MacDowell, a senior majoring in Clinical Psychology, is the Club's Vice President; Hali Doyon, a freshman majoring in Neurobiology, joined Rotaract this year; and Brianna Lively, a junior majoring in Forensic Science, serves as the Club's Treasurer.
 
The Rotaract team registered 62 children in four hours for the national Amber Alert database and printed plastic ID cards for their parents. Scattered rain showers affected attendance; Rotarian Mike Helechu believes the team may have registered even more children if the sun had been shining. 
 
"We couldn't have done this important community service event without the Rotaract volunteers," Mike states. "Their teamwork, efficiency and enthusiasm helped us hit a home run. We truly appreciate the commitment to 'service above self' these students have demonstrated."