Following her second week of school at school, Fanny was doing well.  Tryouts for the cheer squad started on Monday, August 1 and continued every evening that week through Thursday.  Following the August 4 tryouts, results were announced.  Dan and Colleen Coons, Fanny's host parents, are proud to announce Fanny is officially a Campo Verde High School Cheerleader.  Members are encouraged to make it to one or more football games so they can see Fanny in action.
Fanny is interested in studying business marketing, which led her to attend the Mesa West Visioning Session Saturday, August 6, where she was able to witness Rotary members projecting what they would like to see our club look like three years from now and beyond.
Sunday, August 7, the Crutches for Africa ambassadors got together, and Fanny participated with them in an artistic endeavor while they enjoyed each other's company.  Cooper George, an ambassador from the Parker High School Interact Club is now interested in participating in Rotary Youth Exchange.