Rotaract is a group of Rotary Clubs with members in the 18 to 26 year old age group.  There are more than ten-thousand such clubs in 180 countries with 203k members.  Such was the information shared by Brennan Jacobson, a Kingston High School, and recent University of Washington graduate, at the July 7 meeting of the Kingston North Kitsap Rotary Club.  While at Kingston High, Brennan was recipient of a KNK Rotary Club scholarship.  He went on, at UW, to serve as Program Coordinator for UW Rotaract Club.  He described some of their activities to include Seattle Street Cleanup, Food Drives, Harvest Against Hunger, Fare Start, and Beacon Hill Food Fest.  Jacobson told Rotarians there was also a social component to the Rotararact activities, which unfortunately was curtailed by Covid.  And he shared the important connection Rotaract serves between Interact Clubs at the high school level and Rotary Clubs, such as Kingston North Kitsap, and those around the world.