Rotary Dainty honors 4 students as ambassadors for…

In accordance with the annual tradition, the Rotary Service Club Deinze has honoured several hard-working students from Deinze as ambassadors for science and technology. Four students from Leiepoort, Erasmusatheneum and VTI Deinze received their titles on Wednesday at the Leiespiegel Service Centre.

The Rotary Club Deinze Award was created by former President Dirk Raes. Through this award, the club wants to honor technicians who want to develop their future as socially motivated people who respect everyone and can empathize with the needs of society. The award is given to graduating technicians who meet the values ​​defined by the Rotary Club: dedication, perseverance, sustainability and social commitment.

This year’s winners are: Carlos Garcia Vera from the University of Leport campus in Saint Theresa (Department of Engineering Sciences), Tim De Vries from the Liport Saint Vincent campus (IT and Networks Department) Jelly de Freeze from Erasmosathinium dains (Department of Information Technology and Communications and Engineering) Matthijs de Kock from VTI Deinze (Department of Building and Wood Engineering). They received their certificate at the Lespiegel Service Centre in the presence of a delegation from the Rotary Club, the school administration, education advisor Nathalie Lambrecht and mayor of Denzie Jan Vermeulen.

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