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Rotaract Charter Anniversary Dinner celebrates 25 years of service

The Montserrat Rotaract Club hosted its first Charter Dinner to celebrate 25 years of service to the Montserrat community at the Good Life Night Club last Saturday, September 29.

The Anniversary Dinner was originally anticipated to cater to a group of sixty (60) individuals but only saw a total of 39 persons. In attendance were: His Excellency the Governor Adrian Davis and his wife Mrs. Davis; a number of founding members to include Mr. Cluade Hogan, Ms. Patricia Farrell and Norman Cassell, as well as members of the Rotary to include Mr. Julian Romeo among others.

At the event, saw awards presented to several individuals and businesses in the community for their assistance and contributions to the Rotaract Club to aid community service and development. These included founding members such as LIME Manager Joseph Cassell, Director of Regional Affairs & Trade Claude Hogan, Entrepreneur Norman Cassell, Patricia Farrell and Peter White.

Current President of the Club Ms. Lyandra Hobson thanked the founding members of Rotaract for establishing the club and its continued development throughout the years. In her remarks she encouraged all members and future ones to be a living example of the motto “Service above Self”.

She vowed the Club’s commitment to community service and development in her remarks, she said, “It is our goal to develop stronger relationship within the community and the overall betterment of our country. The initiatives we plan to undertake tie in to the overall district theme, “Service through passion, sustainable through training,” includes promoting a cleaner environment, giving back to the community, road safety initiatives, lending a helping hand to those in need and a peace gathering which is one of our major activities for this year as we part take in a global effort to bring peace and international understanding to the world.”

She said, “The club would also be facilitating training session to facilitate training growth and education in human relation and personal development.”

A feature address was delivered Miss Dorothea Hazel, epidemiologist with the Government of Montserrat and a founding member of Rotaract. Hazel was also the only District Rotaract Representative to have ever served from Montserrat. In her speech she reminisced on fond memories and the opportunities, which the club provided for her, and reminded members that the club is not a “social” club but a “service” club

The theme for 2012-2013 of the Rotaract Club is, “Building bridges to one community.”

Some of the initiatives on this year’s programme tie into the district theme “Service through Passion, Sustainability through training.” These include promoting a cleaner environment, giving back to the community, road safety

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The Montserrat Rotaract Club hosted its first Charter Dinner to celebrate 25 years of service to the Montserrat community at the Good Life Night Club last Saturday, September 29.

The Anniversary Dinner was originally anticipated to cater to a group of sixty (60) individuals but only saw a total of 39 persons. In attendance were: His Excellency the Governor Adrian Davis and his wife Mrs. Davis; a number of founding members to include Mr. Cluade Hogan, Ms. Patricia Farrell and Norman Cassell, as well as members of the Rotary to include Mr. Julian Romeo among others.

At the event, saw awards presented to several individuals and businesses in the community for their assistance and contributions to the Rotaract Club to aid community service and development. These included founding members such as LIME Manager Joseph Cassell, Director of Regional Affairs & Trade Claude Hogan, Entrepreneur Norman Cassell, Patricia Farrell and Peter White.

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Current President of the Club Ms. Lyandra Hobson thanked the founding members of Rotaract for establishing the club and its continued development throughout the years. In her remarks she encouraged all members and future ones to be a living example of the motto “Service above Self”.

She vowed the Club’s commitment to community service and development in her remarks, she said, “It is our goal to develop stronger relationship within the community and the overall betterment of our country. The initiatives we plan to undertake tie in to the overall district theme, “Service through passion, sustainable through training,” includes promoting a cleaner environment, giving back to the community, road safety initiatives, lending a helping hand to those in need and a peace gathering which is one of our major activities for this year as we part take in a global effort to bring peace and international understanding to the world.”

She said, “The club would also be facilitating training session to facilitate training growth and education in human relation and personal development.”

A feature address was delivered Miss Dorothea Hazel, epidemiologist with the Government of Montserrat and a founding member of Rotaract. Hazel was also the only District Rotaract Representative to have ever served from Montserrat. In her speech she reminisced on fond memories and the opportunities, which the club provided for her, and reminded members that the club is not a “social” club but a “service” club

The theme for 2012-2013 of the Rotaract Club is, “Building bridges to one community.”

Some of the initiatives on this year’s programme tie into the district theme “Service through Passion, Sustainability through training.” These include promoting a cleaner environment, giving back to the community, road safety