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Hurricane Irma has caused a serious situation for many residents in the British Virgin Islands.  Significant damages to properties making no special selection! Unfortunately, among those suffered from the devastation are the elderly, disabled persons, low income homeowners, single mother and children who are in need of assistance.
The Rotary Clubs in the British Virgin Islands are serving more people than ever before who seek the basic necessities of life in its communities - food, shelter, warmth after the catastrophic Hurricane Irma. 
With a small delegation from the Rotary Club of Tortola in tow Youth Services Director Aisha Liburd delivered these wonderful from our dear President to the Interact Club of (Bregado Flax Educational Center). Director Kishma was on head as the official photographer and ever ready and always supporting SAA Edson Boyea was also present. As we are co-sponsor of this club and they call PP. Monica Ramjeet of Rotary Club Sunrise their mother that makes our club their father. Like father like son, taking cue from us their installation though not as large in numbers was just as grand. With their red, black, white and gold theme felt like we were at any grand banquet. Well Done! President Reshawn and all the best for this coming rotary year. 
 
 
 
The Rotary Club of Tortola is the proud recipient of Ten (10) Awards and Certificates at the the Rotary Cruise Conference.  The recipient of the Winner of the Youth Leader Award is shown receiving his Award.
Rotarians Jeff Morgan and Michael Kilhourhy had the job of judging the Joyce Samuel Primary School's first ever Science Fair on 17th March 2017.  The Rotary Club of Tortola has been supporting the School in conjunction with the law firm Ogier since "adopting" it in 2010 under the BVI adopted schools program.  Joyce Samuel Primary School is the current BVI Primary School of the Year and its Principal, Orlandette Crabbe, was named Primary Principal of the Year in the BVI's Stars in Education Awards.
Rotarians, Rotaractors and Interactors worked on the playground and exterior of the Alexandrina Maduro Primary School.  The Team painted the wall and benches and cleaned the entire surrounding of the School.
 
Rotary Club of Tortola recognizes that the load of responsibilities  placed on the shoulders of women in our society is heavy.  Women are every day heroes to their children, families and the society as a whole.  Rotary women are indeed the backbone to our society and deserve our respect today and every day.
 
Today we recognize the social, political, economic, and cultural contributions that women have made to their countries and communities around the world.
 
HAPPY INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY TO THE WOMEN IN ROTARY!!!
 
The Peace & Arts Competition was launched on World Day of Peace to raise awareness and emphasize the importance of multicultural understanding, world peace and conflict resolution.  The Competition was opened to students of Primary Schools and High Schools throughout the British Virgin Islands.   Primary School entries were in the form of a poster board that depicts "What World Peace means to you."  High School Students entries Grades 7 -9 was a written essay with 450 - 600 words on "Why conflict resolution is important" and Grades 10 -12 was a filmed video, 5 - 7 minutes long on "Multi-cultural awareness in the B.V.I.".
 
 
Members of the Rotary Club of Tortola began work on the Safe Haven. Additional work will be done to improve the physical structure of the home and the Rotary Club will also provide some much needed fixtures and fittings.  The changes will help to improve on the living conditions at the Home.
 
Lead by PP Lorna Smith of the Rotary Club of Tortola, the Rotary Family donated a vehicle to the BVI Autism Center.  Members of the Rotary Club of Tortola, Rotary Club of Road Town, Rotary Club Sunrise of Road Town and the Rotaract Club of Tortola, joined together and raised funds to purchase the vehicle.
 
 
 
Nadine Joseph is the newest member of the Rotary Club of Tortola.  Nadine is pictured here with her Sponsor, PAG Audley Maduro.  She was pinned by President ingrid Moses-Scatliffe and welcomed to the Club by all Rotarians in attendance.
 
Rotarians, Rotaractors and Friends joined together to spread Joy, Peace and Love for the Holiday Season!  It all started at the Adina Donovan Home for the Elderly and continued to the Peebles Hospital and Homes of Fellow Rotarians, their Family and Friends.
 
The Rotary Club of Tortola decorated the Round About at Purcell Estate, Tortola.  The Club is responsible for the up keep of the Round About and takes pride in completing the Christmas Decoration annually.
Rotarian Thor Downing, son of Mr. Roger Downing, accompanied DG Haresh and First Lady as they toured the Roger Downing Boardwalk at the Hamilton Lavity Stoutt Community College.  President of the Rotary Club of Tortola, Mrs. Ingrid Moses-Scatliffe has vowed that the organization, under her leadership, will complete the Roger Downing Boardwalk at the H. Lavity Stoutt Community College.

The President noted that the project is a significant project which, although no completed in its entirety, it is utilized by both locals and visitors alike.  The completion of the Boardwalk is one of the goals for this year as mentioned by President Ingrid at her Installation Dinner.
 

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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.
 
 
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.
 
 
In a first for our district, PDG Barry Rassin has been appointed to the Board of Directors for Rotary International representing Zones 33 & 34.
 
 
 
 
Mulambuzi Joshuah is not likely to forget his fifth birthday
 
 
 
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