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Jul 27, 2021
Plastic Pollution in the Cayman Islands
Aug 03, 2021 7:55 PM
Directors Presenting their Plans for 2021 - 2022 Rotary Year
Aug 10, 2021 7:55 PM
Rotary Employment Partnership
Aug 17, 2021 7:55 PM
Directors Presenting their Plans for 2021 - 2022 Rotary Year
Aug 24, 2021 7:55 PM
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Sep 07, 2021
Sep 21, 2021
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Aug 11, 2021
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Aug 17, 2021
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2021-2022 ROTARY YEAR
July 27, 2021 
5 Minute Bell
Call to Order Bell - Welcome, Hospitality Report, etc.
Loyal Toast  - President 
The Four-Way Test - Rtn. Jammellia Buddoo 
The Four-Way Test
Of the things we think, say or do
1. Is it the TRUTH?
2. Is it FAIR to all concerned?
4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
Rotary Grace - PP Lyndhurst Bodden
Rotary Grace
O God and Giver of all good, We thank Thee for our daily food.  May Rotary friends and Rotary ways, Help us to serve Thee all our days. Amen
Introduction of Visiting Rotarians - Rtn. Howard Richards
Introduction of Guests of Rotarians 
Fellowship - 5 mins
Introduction of Guest Speaker  - Rtn. Marzeta Bodden 
Guest Speaker – Ms. Claire Hughes - Plastic Pollution in the
Cayman Islands
Thank You to Guest Speaker & Presentation
Sergeant At Arms—Raffle, Fines & Happy Dollars
Toast to Rotary & National Song Chorus
Adjournment Bell
Please remember to Donate your loose change to help eradicate polio!!!
President's Message
Corleen Goodman
member photo
Fellow Rotarians and Friends,
I would like to congratulate immediate past president Johnae and her board for having the Best Rotary year ever. We as a club have all worked hard under her leadership and have overcome some really challenging circumstances. 
I am truly humbled that the members of this amazing vibrant club have placed their confidence in me to carry on the legacy of all the great past presidents. My board and I will do our best not to disappoint. 
My rotary experience has brought me friends and family where there was none and a reason to be on this earth. To quote Ghandi, “the best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” Those words ring true for me and that is the Rotary experience I want to share. This also ties in perfectly with this year’s theme from Rotary International (RI) President Shekar Meta – Serve to Change Lives. One of the lives you change just might be your own. 
For the next Rotary year, the board have planned projects and events designed to be engaging, diverse, inclusive and fun. As well as our club signature fund raisers and projects we have a few new things in the works. A few examples – 
  1.  The Director for Community Service is enthusiastically working on receiving a grant to assist with the rehabilitation of inmates at Northward and Fairbanks,  
  2. We will work with other service clubs and NGOs in Cayman for more collaboration between ourselves  
  3. We are working on a Gumball Rally to be held on August 21, 2021 which promises to be a fun and exciting fund raiser.  
The hope is that the membership experience will be enhanced and members will be encouraged to share the Rotary experience by bringing new members. This is the call from the RI president – Each One Bring One – in an attempt to increase Rotary worldwide membership to 1.3 million after wavering at the 1.2 million mark for a number of years. 
Could you image a world where everyone was a Rotarian or member of another like-minded organization? The words of the 4-way test at the forefront of everyone’s mind? Truth, fairness, friendship and thinking of and serving others often before ourselves. I would love to live in that world. 
Let’s go out and Share the Experience of Rotary. 
Corleen Goodman-Hoptroff
President 2021-2022
Rotary Central, Cayman Islands
VP1 Steve trying to borrow some hair from IPP Johnae.. 
Members paying attention to the reports! 
Dir. Nigel updating the members on his report
VP2 Brendan was the "guest of honor" at the head table! 
Pres. doing her thing! 
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Raglan Roper
July 1
Carl Brown
July 14
Neville Smith
July 26
Ally Speirs
July 30
Spouse Birthdays
Lloyd (Dec.) Christie
July 12
Sally Twyman-Morris
July 29
Colin Fawkes
Angela Fawkes
July 4
George Meggs
Angella Meggs
July 6
Gilles Langlois
Sandy Cram
July 6
Sandy Cram
Gilles Langlois
July 6
Joey Kozaily
Jessica Kozaily
July 14
Corleen Goodman
Dave Hoptroff
July 21
Lyndhurst Bodden
Darbie Bodden
July 25
Steve Morris
Sally Twyman-Morris
July 28
Join Date
Carl Brown
July 1, 1993
28 years
Michael Pratt
July 1, 2008
13 years
Susie Bodden
July 1, 2007
14 years
John Elliott
July 18, 1987
34 years
Attendance Make-up Opportunities:
Rotary Sunrise - meets Wednesday mornings - new meeting format for 2021-2022 year:  
Week 1-3:   Regular Meetings 7:00am at The Georgetown Yacht Club.
Week 4:      Fellowship Meeting  (Time, date & venue TBA  - not necessarily at GTYC)
Week 5:       No meeting
Rotaract Blue meets at 6:00pm at Guy Harvey’s Bar & Grill (1st & 3rd Wednesdays of the month)  
Rotaract Club of Grand Cayman meets Thursday mornings at 7:00am at Cayman Creperie  
Mother Club (Rotary Club of Grand Cayman) meets Thursdays at 12:30 at Grand Old House
Rotary E-Club of the Caribbean Online at[] 
Any Rotary Central Project or Committee Meetings you attend are counted as a Makeup! 
Please be sure to advise the Membership Director or the Club's Secretary.