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Exchange student enjoys citrus taste of Sun Drop
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The taste of Sun Drop really hit home with Rotary Youth Exchange student Sarah Roose, who is visiting Middle Tennessee from Belgium.She is staying with a host Rotary family in Cookeville and recently attended a local Breakfast Rotary meeting, where she was introduced to deliciously citrusy taste of Sun Drop.One sip was all it took.“This is good,” said Roose with a wide smile. While the Warren County Interact students she was sitting with encouraged her to drink it slowly, she said, “I can’t because it is so good.”She attended the meeting to speak on her experience as an exchange student.“Rotary Youth Exchange changed my life,” she said. She went on to mention her enjoyment of school here, especially her cheerleading experience at Cookeville High School and the many new friends she has made since being in the United States.“Rotary Youth Exchange represents the oldest, largest and, we believe, best organized and managed secondary school level exchange program in existence,” said sponsor Rick Woods.