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New Providence

"Strengthening Our Club Through Engagement"

We meet Tuesdays at 7:00 PM
The Poop Deck West
The Beach at Sandyport
P.O. Box N-4070
Nassau, New Providence  .
Bahamas
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At this weeks meeting the RCNP was addressed by the esteemed PDG Eddie Bostwick who addressed the club on what it means to be a Rotarian...keys elements required PDG Eddie concluded are 'commitment, engagement, responsibility and integrity".  The PDG espoused further the differences between being a Member and being Rotarian challenging all present to rise to the call of being a Rotarian by engaging in Rotary to ensure the continued success of the Club.  The address was particularly timely as it was guest night and Members of the Club had invited various potential Rotarians to attend the meeting. PDG's address was sure to enshrine the concept of what a commitment to becoming a Rotarian would mean, should these potential Members decide to take up this awesome responsibility.  The RCNP thanks PDG Bostwick for his insightful contribution.
 

 

 

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RCNP Members were joined on Saturday August 23, 2014 at the Poop Deck West for great fun, food and fellowship.  The food was great, the atmosphere was electric and the music provided by the soulful styling of DJ Mario had every leg in the place shakin'.  This all resulted in a most successful second annual Grill and Chill 'BEACH STYLE ' event for the RCNP.  We take this opportunity to thanks all of those that attended and we look forward to hosting you all again next year at the third annual event.
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RCNP Members hard at work - cleaning windows at the Children's Emergency Hostel.  This task added sunshine and ray of hope to the children of this facility. They were also appreciative of the kind gesture in donation of pampers and wet wipes.  Members had fun, as they washed, and shined windows, as well as, was able to take in a moment of fellowship with cool refreshments after toiling in the sun and rain.  Once again, Rotarians doing what they love and mandated to do - Service Above Self.

Lisa Deveaux - Club Secretary

 

 

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RCNP members have come together again to give service above self, where on Saturday, July 26th, 2014 they donated and spread soil at the Nazareth Centre, Millennium Gardens, to create a vegetable garden for the facility.  Members were toiling in the Summer heat, tilling, and shoveling soil. The big boys and their "Tonyka Toys" - heavy equipment were out in full effect; the ladies even had a play with the big boys' toys.  Even though it was hard work, gratification, fun, and fellowship was had by all.

Lisa Deveaux - Club Secretary

 

 
 
 
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Speakers

Upcoming Speakers
Sep 02, 2014
Winston Rolle
RLI Training Session
Sep 09, 2014
Patrice Robinson - President Rotaract EN
Upcoming events and possible joint partnership
Sep 16, 2014
PP John Phillpot
Works in the Community
Sep 23, 2014
Lynell Knowles - Rotaract of South East Nassau
The Bridge from Rotaract to Rotary
Past Speakers
Aug 26, 2014
Aug 19, 2014
 

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