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Cincinnati Rotary Club Seeks Youth to Attend Leadership Camp

If Your Kid Has What It Takes, Rotary is Paying


Cincinnati, OH – January 28, 2013 – The Rotary Club of Cincinnati is searching for candidates to attend the 2013 District Rotary Youth Leadership Awards Camp at Camp Kern in Oregonia, Ohio. The camp will take place from April 12 through April 14, 2013.


Participants will be selected from students in their sophomore and junior years of high school, who have exhibited leadership abilities in school, church, extracurricular, or community activities.


Aimed at developing the leadership qualities of young people, the camp will feature many challenging activities, including speakers, discussions, sports, music, and fun. Topics will focus on decision making, critical thinking, communicating effectively, public service, problem solving, and career development.


Anyone interested in obtaining further information should contact Chris Pfetzer, local Committee Chair, at 513-864-3686 or [email protected]. Applications will be due by January 31st, 2013.


About Cincinnati Rotary


The mission of Rotary International is to provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through its fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders. More information about the Rotary is available at www.CincinnatiRotary.org.

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Roeser is the founder, owner and president of The Eisen Agency – Cincinnati’s largest and highest rated Public Relations Firm. He served as the 2005 president of the Cincinnati Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America and for several years on its Board of Directors. He is the founder of the chapter’s Blacksmith Awards Program. Roeser is the national chairman of the Public Relations Agency Owners Association, and serves on several boards and committees. He founded The Eisen Agency’s Operation: Outreach program which provides non profit groups professional marketing services pro bono, and he is also the founder of the Rodger Roeser Scholarship Fund, which provides dollars to minority and other graduating high school students seeking to enter a career in journalism or public relations. Roeser is an award winning print, radio and television journalist and has worked in both agency side and corporate side public relations. He is a graduate of Kent State University and holds a degree in broadcast news. He continues to write for a number of publications, and also is the host of the award winning audio podcast “That Marketing Show,” and the host of online webside series Business Focus.