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New Providence

"Building Rotary Together"

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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Secretary
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Public Image Chair
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Service Project Chairman
Service Project Chairman
Youth Service
Fellowship Chair
Foundation Chair
Fundraising Chair
Fundraising Chair
Literacy Director
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As August is Membership & Partnerships month it was just
days earlier that RCNP received a generous donation of
$5,000 from owner Freddie Lightbourne of the Poop Deck
West (the meeting homestead of RCNP), towards their
Road to Peace project. This project is a community based
initiative championed bcrime and related social ills
within the country. Road to y the club in an intentional effort of
various partners (i.e. The Royal Bahamas Police Force et
al) to address the issue of Peace is the inspiration for
many RCNP sponsored peace gardens created within
Interact schools such as CC Sweeting and most recently
created (28th July) for Rotaractors and other students of
the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute. The
Peace Gardens are symbolic of a functional and serene
filled green space designed for students to free their
minds from the hustle and bustle and often stressed filled
facets of student life!
 
 
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