Posted by Bob Wicks on Nov 21, 2022
At its regular meeting on November 17, the Ipswich-Rowley Rotary Club welcomed our newest member, Christina Manikas.  Christina was inducted by co-President Cushing Titcomb and her Rotary sponsor, Christina Harris.  Rotary just can’t get enough good Christina’s.  Christina joins over 70 area professionals and community leaders who are dedicated to sharing ideas and taking action. 
Christina lives in Groveland and is employed as a teacher in the Peabody Public Schools, where she improves the lives of young scholars every day.  She also serves as Secretary on the Board of Directors at Opportunity Works, a North Shore non-profit with a large staff of professionals with a broad range of experience working with people with disabilities. 
Christina gives back to her community in many ways.  She also serves on the Board at her church, chairing the Palm Sunday Luncheon.  While living in Biddeford, Maine, she was a member of the Planning Board.  In short, she loves being involved and making a difference.  
In her spare time, she enjoys gardening, reading, and being outside – especially with her beloved dogs.
The Rotary Club is thrilled to welcome Christina; we know that her skills and passions will fit very well with our core missions of service and environmental sustainability.  Please join Christina and help us improve lives in our communities.  Together we will achieve more than we can alone.