Project Medishare | Tallahassee Rotaract students visit Thomonde
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Tallahassee Rotaract students visit Thomonde

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Four Tallahassee college students travel to Haiti’s Central Plateau today to work with Thomonde’s mobile clinic team and visit the future site of the Medical Complex and Training Center for Childhood Nutrition and Treatment.

The students who come from Tallahassee Community College and Florida State University are part of the Rotaract Club of Tallahassee. This trip is their first service project since forming less than a year ago.

Making his third journey to Haiti is Rotaract President Jorge Pedraza. The TCC student has powerful memories of working with Project Medishare in recent years. For Rotaract Vice President Brent Miller, as well as members Mandi Ruscher, and Merick Lewin, this will be their first trip to the Caribbean country.

Tallahassee’s Rotaract club is partnering with Project Medishare to help fundraising for the nutrition and medical complex scheduled for completion this December.

Click here to read Angeline Taylor’s full story in the Tallahassee Democrat and here to see the news report from Tallahassee’s WCTV Eyewitness News.