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Rotarians visited the sick and shut-in Rotarians spreading joy and love during the Holiday Season.
 
 
The Government of the Virgin Islands locked down the BVI for 14 days to avoid the spread of COVID-19.  Due to the lockdown, persons were unable to access food and other needed supplies.  The Rotary Club of Tortola stepped in and assisted with the distribution of food and water to our elderlies and vulnerable persons within the BVI.
The Club presented the first batch of IT Equipment to the Ivan Dawson Primary School Principal.  In response to the Global COVID-19 pandemic, laptops were presented to assist staff and pupils in the Online Learning Program introduced by the Government's Department of Education for students while the Territory's schools remain closed.
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Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands.
Practice good respiratory etiquette, including covering coughs and sneezes
Practice social distancing
 
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Members of the Rotary Club of Tortola, Rotaractors and Friends continue the refurbishment of the Queen Elizabeth II Park.  The attendees enjoyed Saturday afternoons fun entitled "Paint and Sip".
 
 
Nurse Iris O'Neal Medical Centre opening and dedication took place on Thursday, 20th February, 2020.  Rotary Club of Tortola is a Sapphire Sponsor.  
 

ROTARY CLUB OF TORTOLA DONATES 50K TO IRIS O’NEAL MEDICAL CENTRE 

Wednesday February 12 – The BVI Health Services are the recipients of a cheque for $50,000 dollars from the Rotary Club of Tortola to assist with the purchase of laboratory equipment to outfit the New Nurse Iris O’Neal Medical Centre.

 

The Commissioner of Police, Michael Matthews provided Rotarians, Rotaractors and Guests with an overview of the police achievements during the Year 2019 and a look ahead to the potential challenges of 2020.
 
His address during Vocational Service Month was very interesting.
 
The Club continues with the annual decorating and lighting of the Port Purcell Roundabout.  The Sixth District Representative Hon. Alvera Maduro Caines was present to celebrate lighting of this center piece.
 
 
Rotary Club of Tortola Fun Car Rally is an annual social event.
 
Come out and learn more about Diabetes - Get tested!
 
The BVI Diabetes Association will be present to conduct the testings and to provide information on Diabetes.
 
 
 
Service learning and leadership training helps youth develop deep understanding of the service combination with leadership skill building.  The Rotary Club of Tortola participated in the Rotaract Youth Training Seminar because we strongly believe that through training, young people learn what it means to plan and execute projects that are impactful for the community and their development.  
 
 
 
 
Run to End Polio attracted Rotarian and Rotaractors.  Once again, the Rotary Club of Tortola partnered with the H Lavity Stoutt Community College to raise awareness and funds in the fight to end polio.  Runners, walkers and onlookers donated to the cause by painting their pinkies purple.
 
 
 
 
The Executive Board of the St George's Interact Club was installed on Thursday, 17th October 2019 at the St. George's Secondary School Campus.
 
 
 
 
Mr. Lionel Michael, Chief Environmental Health Officer in the Ministry of Health and Social Development, Environmental Health Division, addressed the members of Rotary and Guests at today, 17 October 2019, Rotary Meeting.  Mr. Michael is responsible for the Administration and Management of the Environmental Health Services and Programs.
 
 
 
The Rotary Family of the BVI led by the Rotary Club of Tortola connects with the people of the British Virgin Islands and all persons visiting for the Annual Emancipation Celebrations.
 
The Club continues to give back to the community and this year, the club distributed drinks, towels and candies to persons along the parade route.
 
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Club members voted on changes to the Club's by-laws on Thursday, Sept. 28. Nominations for the 2007-8 Rotary Year were put off until October 5.

Photo: Rotary International President Barry Rassin and RCOT President Lynette Harrigan

Fellow Rotarians

As we embrace the new Rotary year, I want us to face forward and realize the talents in each of us.  I ask that you try something new, take on a new responsibility, and get to know your fellow Rotarians just a little bit better.  Rotary takes ordinary men and women like us and gives us extraordinary opportunities.”  We all know this to be true.
Rotary International Receives Outstanding Achievement Award as an Organization That Promotes and Supports Voluntary Blood Donations
Dong Kurn Lee of Seoul, South Korea, is the selection of the Nominating Committee for President of Rotary International from 2008-9.
 
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