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Anguilla   British Virgin Islands   Cayman Islands   Haiti    Jamaica   St. Barth   St Maarten   St Martin   The Bahamas   Turks & Caicos   US Virgin Islands
 
District Governor Patrick Adizua and
Rotary International President Barry Rassin
2018 - 2019

 

 


DISTRICT ASSISTANT GOVERNOR MARIO SMITH -- AN EXCELLENT HOST

Fellow Rotarians,

This month is significant for many reasons, because it is the month that we celebrate family month and also focus on our cause “Disease Prevention & Treatment” It also represents a time of great celebration that many will not be able to afford and challenges our belief in giving and generosity.

The late Winston Churchill, former Prime Minister of Great Britain once said:

"We make a living by what we get.
We make a life by what we give"

Our organization’s two most recognizable names Paul Percy Harris and Arch Klumph were not from affluent homes but left for us a legacy of giving.

The Rotarian, November 1921:

"There is nothing intangible about Rotary: It is reality itself. To give is to receive; to lose oneself is to find oneself; to be happy is to serve. These are old truths...for the individual...and the mass, whether application be in the exchange of goods, toil, knowledge, or love."

Our strength is in our membership, let us use it to focus on the unique needs and concerns of our communities.

This is the time to remember our Family of Rotary and involve them in our activities, finding innovative strategies to enhance our service delivery. A notable one as their signature project:

  • The Rotaractors of the Bahamas, doing a blood drive for the community in partnership with Toronto and Stabroek
  • Virgin Gorda Rotaract, public education on the debilitating consequences of Alzheimer Disease

I wish you a happy Yuletide season as we continue to inspire our communities and empower our young generation.

DG Patrick

 
 
HURRICANE RECOVERY FUND

In response to the devastation caused by Category 5 Hurricane Irma throughout District 7020’s many islands, the District has set up a Disaster Recover Fund.
 
The fund will be managed by Rotary’s DNA-RAG Rotarian Action Group, a 501(c)3, in cooperation with District 7020’s Disaster Relief Committee.
 
 
For Online Donations
 
 
 
To contribute please wire funds to:
 
Name of Account:  Disaster Network of Assistance - Rotarian Action Group, Inc. dba “DNA-RAG”
 
Account #: 12 1682 8928
 
Swift Code: PNCCUS33
 
Physical address of Bank:  PNC Bank, 9033 Glades Rd, Boca Raton, FL  33433
 
Contact: PDG Phil Lustig, Vice Chair, Tel: 1 561 212 6554   Email: phil.lustig3@gmail.com
 
Ensure payee instructions entered for: “District 7020 Hurricane Irma Fund”
 
 
 
For further information on District 7020 contact:
 
District 7020 Disaster Chair: Jacqueline Heyliger
Email: jjheyliger7020@hotmail.com  Tel: +1 340 277 3201
 
Past District Governor Jeremy Hurst
Email: jeremyhurst7020@gmail.com  Tel: +1 345 525 9900