The Savannah Rotary Club got a political lesson at their annual luncheon.
On Tuesday, William Perry, the executive director of Georgia's Common Cause, spoke to the club about ethics in government - the transparency and trying to bring some harmony to political lines.
The Common Cause is a non- and bi-partisan group that works on a state and local level to strengthen public participation in politics.
"With public trust in government at an all time low, it's really hard to get people engaged. We're trying to get them to believe again that if they just do a little bit it can go a long way," Perry said.
The rotary also got an update from the Dept. of Early Care and Learning Commissioner Bobby Cagle.