Rotarians offer their classifications as an opportunity to serve society

The members of the Rotary club of Williamsburg recently heard a "classification talk" from its newly designated membership chair, Joe Legaspi. A classification talk is a presentation addressing the business or professional service and skills that an individual can offer a community. The classification principle is a necessary concept in assuring that each Rotary club represents a cross section of the business and professional service of the community. Legaspi described his work as a human resource consultant in both the public and private sectors. His key classification is aimed at guiding and encouraging others in their professional development. Shown with Legaspi is club president Carol Beers.

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