Kerrville Morning Rotary Inducts Newest Member
Kerrville Morning Rotary members recently welcomed Jeannette Wells into their fold. “Jeannette brings a ton of energy to our group and is passionate about serving others and our community. We’re excited to welcome her to Rotary,” said Lew McCoy, Morning Rotary Membership Chair.
“It is an honor to join the fellowship of Rotary and to participate in the organization’s long legacy of service to others,” Wells said.
Jeannette currently serves as President of Partners in Ministry, a faith-based non-profit organization which seeks to serve the least, the lost, and the left behind in Kerr County. As a graduate of the University of Texas - Austin, with a degree in speech pathology, she’s pursuing her life-long passion for youth and education.
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