Posted by Keith Clifton on Aug 19, 2019
 
 
 
Proceeds will help to Educate, Inform & Screen for risk factors of Non-Communicable Diseases
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Posted by Keith Clifton on Apr 28, 2019
Article by Onuri Smith, Warwick Academy
(Published in Royal Gazette April 26th 2019)
 
Greg Soars (Advisor), Sha-Lae Richardson, Onuri Smith, Cailey Longworth, Aisling Homan, Chance Anthony, Jaden Smith,
Jean Akol (Advisor), Fatima Pervez (Advisor), Morgan Mederios
 
The Rotary Youth Leadership Awards is an intensive experience organised by Rotary Clubs and Districts, where young people can develop leadership skills while having fun and making connections.
Inspiring us to make the world a better place Keith Clifton 2019-04-28 03:00:00Z 0
Posted by PP Jim Brock
 
The Bermuda Rotary Club (now the Hamilton Rotary Club) was sponsored for membership in the Rotary movement by the Rotary Club of New Rochelle in March, 1924.  The Rotary Club of New Rochelle was (and still) is part of District 7230 which includes the counties of the Bronx, Westchester, Staten Island and Manhatten.  It is not surprising, therefore, that the Hamilton Rotary club became and is still a part of District 7230.
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Posted by Keith Clifton on Nov 27, 2018
The Rotary Interact Club of Hamilton has received its Charter from Rotary International, with District Governor Kris Chittur presenting the Charter to Club President Nadhiri Simons.
A spokesperson said, “President Nadhiri Simons, student at BHS, has assisted in enabling her Rotary Interact Club to receive its Charter recently from Rotary International.
(Bernews November 26th 2018)
 
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Hamilton Rotary Club 5K Run Keith Clifton 2018-11-11 04:00:00Z 0
HRC Presents $6000 cheque to Cedarbridge Keith Clifton 2018-10-05 03:00:00Z 0
Posted by Keith Clifton on Jul 14, 2018
President Dr Raphael extends his thanks to all of you who came to the wine tasting hosted by Rotarian Joy Lusher yesterday evening  to raise money to finance the Mitooma Literacy Project  
The event was lovely with excellent French  wines bought from the Gosling Cellar , nice cheese, and also Magret de Canard (speciality of the South of France ) which was enjoyed by everybody .
The crowd  was diverse  in addition of the members of our club we had  a lot of potential Rotarians and Rotarian from other clubs in Bermuda .
Once again thank-you Rotarian Joy Lusher for allowing us to have an excellent evening while helping 182 students from less fortunate shore .
We shall be midway through the goal for this fundraising campaign  and more donors are still undecided .
 
 
Fund Raising for The Mitooma Literacy Project Keith Clifton 2018-07-14 03:00:00Z 0
HRC Dir. Cathy Bassett awarded PHF Keith Clifton 2018-06-01 03:00:00Z 0
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Mrs Emma Outteridge committed to a lifelong partnership with the African school KAASO (Kabira Adult Attention and School for Orphans)  in 2009. With the help of President Greg Soares of Hamilton Rotary Club, Rebecca Roberts  of RenaissanceRe, she raised $17,500 to build a water collection system there last year.
 
 
 
Hamilton Rotary Club assists with Uganda Water Project Keith Clifton 2018-01-10 04:00:00Z 0

Hamilton Rotary Club and Hannover Re Put Project Action Back Behind the Wheel in New Van for Senior-

( Article from BermudaReal ) 

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Posted by Keith Clifton on Aug 25, 2017
 
Rtn Dr Raphael Loutoby visited Uganda and saw first-hand how students were getting the short end of the stick
 
 • For more information, contact: drloutoby@gmail.com or Hamilton Rotary Club, attention Treasurer, PO Box HM 779, Hamilton HMCX
 
 
(From a story by Nadia Hall - Photograph Akil Simmons - The Royal Gazette: Bermuda Life Style - 24th August   )
UGANDA SCHOOL PROJECT Keith Clifton 2017-08-25 03:00:00Z 0
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Over the past 18 months BEN has been laying the groundwork for businesses to make a more meaningful contribution to education. 

Phase 1 is capacity building and networking with parents to create a pool of resources. 

Phase 2 is building relationships with principals at government schools.   BEN does not provide financial donations or scholarships, what BEN can offer is a framework of services around three connected challenges:

        how to help schools connect with a range of high quality experiential learning  activities;

         how to provide better, more tailored Career guidance to enable young people to make better choices about their learning and employment.

         how to help schools create systems for better and earlier intervention for young people;

 

Becky Ausenda - Bermuda Education Network (BEN) Keith Clifton 2011-06-21 00:00:00Z 0
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Business:  Pres. Tee welcomed PP Jeff noting that it was PP Jeff Sousa who had sponsored him to the club. 

  He then invited Patrice Horner and Megan Nesbitt along with PP Kirk as “Deputy” Sponsor in lieu of PP Jim. to join him and duly inducted Rtn Patrice and Rtn Megan into the HRC These were followed by Denise James and Terica Esposito who were sponsored by Pres Tee Finally but by no means last Major Shawn Critch who has been a waiting an embarrassingly long time to officially join us, with sponsor AG Keith.

  Each of our new members told us a little of their background and were then officially congratulated by Pres Tee, IPP Barrett and AG Keith.  Rtn Shawn forgoing the kisses from the “dynamic” trio and accepting a congratulatory hug!

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The young people that this Trust will support will be community leaders in their own time. 

They are smart, driven, passionate, and through programs such as  MIRRORs and Raleigh International they will have had the opportunity to see and understand how valuable they are to the community.  The New Beginnings Education Trust was created to provide an opportunity for individuals and organizations to invest in Bermuda’s young people as they pursue education and professional development opportunities
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David Hill CEO of the Bermuda Hospital Board gave us and update on the new hospital facility on the King Edward site.

The delivery model we are using to build this new facility – a public private partnership is a new delivery model for Bermuda, even though it has been proven over many decades in other jurisdictions.  It is, however, different to how any other major capital project has been delivered here in Bermuda.
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Kevin Comeau, a retired lawyer said gangs were recruiting like never before and after six months of research, meeting with  Attorney General Kim Wilson, Police, social workers and teachers to get insight on the issue of gang violence he has learnt that local gangs are actively looking to get more members and even targeting high school students. 

Due to space constarints the following is a summary of Kevin Comeau's speech. To see an entire copy of this  excellent presentation, please visit the 'opinion' page (Wednesday Aug, 11) at www.theroyalgazette.com .

 

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Peter Durhager Co-Chair of BermudaFirst spoke on BermudaFirst and the role we all have in securing Bermuda’s long-term economic success and ultimately the overall health and well-being of our Island community.

BermudaFirst is a collective of business, sector and Government leaders who came together (beginning in 2008), principally as a THINK TANK, to track the landscape of threats and opportunities in order that we might collectively respond, protect and extend Bermuda’s economic miracle.

 

(EDITOR: Due to space constraints I felt this exellent presentation was too important to condense and needed to be read in it's entirity. The presentation raised contentious issues which will generate discussion; which was the Point of Peter's presentation.  I. have therefore provided a link on the left  in the download section where the complete presentation can be viewed.).  

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Peter Durhager Co-Chair of BermudaFirst spoke on BermudaFirst and the role we all have in securing Bermuda’s long-term economic success… and ultimately the overall health and well-being of our Island community.

 

(Due to space constraints the following is a condensed version of this excellent presentation which covered a great deal, raising contentious issues that will generate discussion.  I have therefore provided a link in the download section of our website www.clubrunner.ca/hamilton where the complete presentation can be viewed.).

 

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Dir Greg, Student Exchange co-ordinator for our club told member that our very popular student Thomas Houden was leaving to go back to Denmark this week
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.  Sandys 360 has been operational for just over a year and it is the results of many years of hard work, sleepless hours combined with true grit and determination. Over the years we have worked with the community, government, local and international companies to have the vision realized.  The idea to develop the Sandys 360 facility was based on two feasibility studies conducted by the Sandys Secondary Middle School Board of Trustees, and an examination of the Student Youth Survey 2004 conducted by the National Drug Commission.
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Bermuda 's Ombudsman Arlene Brock gave us a presentation and PowerPoint presentation on the role of the Ombudsman.  Highlighting cases and actions that she and her department have undertaken she also presented some wonderful pictures from the Achieves
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While every day we get bombarded by the negative consequences of the economic downturn, crime and the lack of affordable housing, The Centre on Philanthropy stays focused on the positive ways we as an organisation can create positive change in our community.
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Relationship abuse or domestic abuse is defined as a pattern of unwanted behaviours that are used to maintain power and control over an intimate partner. On the other hand, a disagreement is defined as the difference between conflicting facts or claims or opinions.  disagreements are not used to maintain power or control over another person.
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Our speakers were Graham Maddocks owner of Triangle Diving and Chris Flook head collector of the Bermuda Aquarium.    Their study is the first to measure the severity of the crisis posed by this invasive species, which is native to the tropical Pacific and Indian Ocean and has few natural enemies to help control it in the <st1:place w:st="on">Atlantic Ocean. 

 

It is believed that the first lionfish -- a beautiful fish with dramatic coloring and large, spiny fins -- were introduced into marine waters off <st1:place w:st="on"><st1:State w:st="on">Florida in the early 1990s from local aquariums or fish hobbyists. They have since spread across much of the Caribbean Sea and north along the <st1:country-region w:st="on">United States</st1:country-region> coast as far as <st1:place w:st="on"><st1:State w:st="on">Rhode Island. 

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Biodiversity is life. It is the variety of all life on Earth including all species of animals and plants, and the natural systems that support them. Biodiversity matters. It is hugely important, not just for its own sake but also because it underpins the vital benefits we get from the natural environment, because it contributes to our economy, our health and wellbeing, and because it enriches our lives.

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  CADA has been in existence for almost 40 years now. We have gone through many changes and last year we introduced a new brand. A look and feel that, I believe, speaks to who we are becoming. It speaks to where we, as an organization, want to go and the vision we have for Bermuda as it pertains to alcohol.

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There are as yet no plans to call in the Police Reserves despite the escalation in gun violence at the weekend.   Although the Island was facing "desperate times" the Governor had not yet called the 70-strong force to duty.  If such an embodiment were to take place, volunteers would leave their jobs temporarily to work and be paid as full-time Police officers
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The Bermuda Post Office was established in 1812 and continues to be a Government Department and is governed by the Post Office Act 1900 and the Post Office Regulations 1933. The Post Office employs 232 employees (both BIU and BPSU) and provides services from the GPO and the 13 sub post offices located throughout the Island
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Consultants being paid $800,000 to reform the Island's municipalities appear to know little about how they run, according to the Mayor of Hamilton. In a Hamilton Rotary Club meeting on Tuesday, Charles Gosling claimed the consultants, who he characterised as "alien to our laws", were out of touch with what the Corporations of Hamilton and St. George's actually do.
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We have just successfully completed our annual fund raising gala at the Fairmont Southampton Resort last Saturday night, which I must say immodestly is the best social event of the season. In the past we coerced several of Bermuda's leading business and government leaders to compete in Bermuda's version of "Dancing with the Stars"… Last year we honoured legends in tap dancing and this year through our partnership with world renowned American Ballet Theatre we simply wowed the audience with sheer talent and the true beauty of dance. It was a stirring program and our audience loved it.

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We are facing challenging times and the financial effects are being felt in every major economy worldwide. The cost of HealthCare is top of the agenda for many governments, including the USA where 30 Million citizens remain uninsured. All countries are facing major issues as the forces driving up the cost of care are supported by the demand for more care created by an aging population. There are serious implications for future generations.

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Established in 2004, the Sustainable Round Table (SDRT) is a representative body of Bermudians, selected by the Premier, whose role is to advise Government and assist in making recommendations to the Premier and Cabinet on ways to promote sustainable development in Bermuda.

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(Editor: Due to the importance, depth and clarity of the message in this presentation, since which we have received the Budget.  I felt it would be less meaninful if I tried to préce or put it into my own words, so have provided the presentation in its entirety.)

 

Craig Simmons Senior Economics Lecturer The Bermuda College:

 

Budget 2010-2011:  The PLP is in uncharted waters.  Since 1998, the year in which the party was elected to the Government, the economy has boomed.  The global recession has changed all that.  In 2008, growth was an anaemic two-thirds of one percent and 2009 and 2010 are likely to see a shrinking economy.  Government debt is on the rise. 

 

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Dr Edward Cecil Harris, MBE, JP, PHD, FSA Executive Director of the National Museum of Bermuda, incorporating the Bermuda MaritimeMuseum .

Longtails are roosting in the ramparts, and artefacts have been found under its floors, but this is all progress for Dockyard. Dr Harris gave us an update on progress included details on recent archaeological discoveries, progress with the museum's Longtail Residence Club and the creation of a national museum.

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Jeremy Cox, CEO of the Bermuda Monetary Authority speaking about the change in financial regulation and its impact on the Island's markets.  There has never been a more important time for Bermuda to take part in international regulation with greater expectations placed on regulators to keep up with the latest developments in the global marketplace.
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The young people of the Sunshine League are more likely to be displaced as adults, they are more likely to be at risk of being unemployed as adults, they are more likely to become drug users or abusers as adults.  These young people, given their particular set of circumstances are more likely to be in the news 5 years from now for violence or gang related activity. They are more likely to be the faces behind a criminal offence committed against you.
Denise Carey - The Sunshine League Childrens Home Keith Clifton 0
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Rtn Captain Gilbert Hallam, who has also donated many years to the Bermuda Sea Cadet Corp, introduced Dwayne Trott the Commander of The Bermuda Sea Cadet Corp.

The Bermuda Sea Cadet Corps was founded in 1966 and has three units around the Island. In Pembroke there is the T.S. Bermuda, in St. George's it is T.S. Admiral Somers and in Sandys the T.S. Venture which was founded in 1969

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Lovette Lovell R.N., M.E.D. Human Development Family Coordinator, Supervisor Of The Verbal Interaction Programme, Child Development Programme (CDP) shared with us information about the importance of early intervention, the history of the CDP organization, its mission, approach to practice and types of intervention services.

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Thanks to Rtn Greg, General Manager of The Bermuda School of Music, who brought along  some delightful entertainment from a very talented group of young musicians, Shamar Morris, Meinhardt Rentrup, Shanyce Morris, and Killian Rentrup, led by their teacher Jennifer Sheridan
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Lisa Howie, Director, Bermuda National Gallery who told us the purpose of her delivery was to distinguish myth from reality. By 'myth' I mean urban legend, local lore, rumour/ gossip; by reality I mean fact. Who would have thought that one's national gallery might need such distinguishing?  However, this is indeed the case. 
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Carole Excell is visiting Bermuda at the invitation of the Bermuda Government to take part in the public consultation process on the new PATI Bill.

This law can assist in promoting democratic governance by giving the public a right to understand how government makes decisions and ensure greater transparency and accountability in government practices and processes. Access to information is a fundamental human right which is recognized in international human right laws and then implemented through legislation like our PATI Law.  

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The Commonwealth War Graves Commission was suggested in 1917 to honour those lost in War.  There are one million six hundred and fifty thousand graves or memorials around the world issued by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission
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David Ezekiel, chairman of the Association of Bermuda International Companies (ABIC) and president and managing director of International Advisory Services Ltd .  first gave an overview of Bermuda's international business sector and its importance to the country's economy,
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The Trust was established in 1970 to promote the preservation of the islands architectural, historic and environmental treasures, and to encourage public access to and enjoyment of them.  Its forerunner was the Bermuda Historical Monuments Trust, working in conservation since 1937.
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The Family Centre, a Bermuda-based registered charity, dedicated to working with the most vulnerable families on the island. Martha founded "The Learning Centre" in 1990 as a tutorial organization. In 1995, the organization shifted its focus from tutoring to a more clinical service, to respond to the needs of the families and subsequently changed its name twice, to The Family Learning Centre, and then eventually to The Family Centre—with a clear focus on family.  The Family Centre's aim is to provide therapeutic, clinical, wrap-around services to children and families in crisis.  Its secondary goal is to work with government and Bermuda's mental health service providers to develop more healthy systems in order to achieve overall community health.

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Consulate General Gregory Slayton joined us for what may be his last speech before he and his family leave Bermuda.  He felt a great bond with Rotarians as his father was a long standing Rotarian and so Service above Self was something he had been bought up with.  On August 15th 2005 Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice swore him into office and he felt very strongly that the Bermuda US relationship are vital links to each other and must continue.

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Change of Guard:  President Neville thanked members for their support during his year as President and offered his support to new President Major St Vincent Barrett Dill as he duly handed over the chain of office. PP Neville, now joining the ranks of the illustrious Past Presidents, PP Danny extended to him the thanks of the club. .

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Beginning with some sobering statistics Rhonda told us: 1 in 6 men in the U.S will develop prostate cancer in their lifetime.  Age of course is another significant factor, the older a man is, the greater his risk for getting prostate cancer
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Our Chamber, represents over 700 members from all industry sectors such as Retail, Utilities, Construction, Financial Services, Technology, Insurance & Reinsurance, Hotels, Restaurants, Real Estate and Automotive to name a few.  It is 102 years old, and this milestone is a testament to the important role that it has played and continues to in ensuring that the needs and expectations of our members are provided for
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Up-with-People. (UWP) was founded in 1965 for young adults 18 - 29 on the principle of using music as a means to communicate with and inspire people.  In each city the cast visits, participants perform in a vibrant and moving musical stage show that brings the community together, highlighting local partnering organizations and sparking people to action in meeting the needs of their communities, countries and the world
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Dr Guishard explained in great detail exactly how the last Hurricane to hit Bermuda, Bertha, formed and behaved.  He also explained about the  levels of warning and what we should do as each level is enacted.   
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Exchange Student:   Rocio Urunaga one of our exchange students leaving for home on 13th May thanked her host family for looking after her during her stay and thanked the club for their support.  Rocio has really enjoyed her experience in Bermuda and the confidence it has given her, particularly in standing before a group of people and speaking. 

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Striving toward a Quality Public Service; At Your Service Bermuda.  "To be sustainable, the Government and the Civil Service must strive to improve the quality of service, focusing on the results expected by the public"

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The Sour Truth about the Oceans in a High CO2 World

            Since the onset of the industrial revolution in the 18th century the atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide has significantly increased owing to human activities including burning of fossil fuels, cement production, deforestation and land use changes. The current concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is close to 390 ppm and approximately 40% higher than the concentration observed at the onset of the industrial revolution.
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The Rotary Foundation:  PP Keith has been asking members all year to support the $100 EREY for the Foundation but where does it go and what does your contribution do?

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Tom Butterfield from the Masterworks Foundation spoke to us on the Importance of Bermudiana Art. 

            Bermuda is, by and large, a sporting culture; understandably, climate, environment, and traditional emphasis have placed sport in an echelon that it richly deserves, however, although it may surprise many, we are not ENTIRELY a nation of jocks! In fact, Bermuda has produced world-class writers, filmmakers, photographers, fashion designers and recording artists. In many cases, our local artists are appreciated abroad more than they are at home.

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Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol and Drugs Educational program (DUI).  The program was established in 2001, to educate people convicted of driving under the influence in Bermuda. Almost each day the Royal Gazette reports incidences of convictions of drivers driving "Under the Influence" of alcohol and drugs.  The number of convictions has been steadily increasing as has the number of personal injuries, property damage and deaths resulting from such conduct.  There is a need to ratify this situation

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 Anthony Santucci Chairman of CADA noted that s tatistics show that in 70% of all road fatalities alcohol and or drugs were involved.  Between 2006 and 2008, 42 people died on our roads in Bermuda. So far this year, we have recorded five fatalities.

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The GSE team from District 4410 Espirito Santo Brazil were our visirors today.  Formed in 1992, District 4410 has 40 Rotary Clubs and 1010 members today.

 

The GSE Team consists of Leader, Marcos Neis a Business Manager, Denis Zanivan an Orthodontist, Irineu Degasperi an Embryologist, Leonardo Reis a Mining Engineer and David Perovano a College Professor and Business Manager.

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John Kephart President & CEO of Capital-G Bank who spoke to us on the impact of the financial turmoil on the Island's economy, the causes and solutions to the world economy collapse and the result of the change
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 Atlantica will present a conference on the current financial crisis, and the economic outlook for 2009-2010. The event takes place on March 23, 2009 at the Fairmont Hamilton Princess Hotel featuring seven presentations on the global economy and current financial conditions by independent, and notable, economists and financial analysts who have worked in the global capital markets, government, and academia. The Platinum sponsor of the event is the Ministry of Finance of the Government of Bermuda.

 

            What are the root causes of this financial and economic catastrophe?

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Sixty-six percent of Bermuda's adult population is overweight, and 47 percent classified as obese. And according to Terry Faulkenberry of Live Healthy Bermuda, the Island's younger residents aren't far behind one out of every three children between the ages of five and 10 is also overweight.

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The Power of One - "I am only one, but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something; and because I cannot do everything, I will not refuse to do something that I can do."  This quote from Helen Keller embraces The Centre on Philanthropy's belief in the Power of One - one volunteer, one charity, one donor, one advocate; one Rotary Group can affect progress on a monumental scale
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With the financial world in distress and the fallout for Bermuda unpredictable, people are naturally cautious about the future of commercial real estate.  Currently general demand is steady but not over whelming.  While there continues to be some inquiries from overseas companies, local international service companies are also a demand factor at this time. 
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Paraguay, one of the smallest countries of South America, with a population of about 6.000.000 it is called "America's Heart" because is situated right in the middle of South America having along the north borders Bolivia and Brazil, Argentina to the south. Brazil to the east and Bolivia and Argentina to the west. 
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15 year old Miss Teen Bermuda , Alyssa Rose, focused her presentation on two areas that she is passionate about, road fatalities and litter.  Alyssa offered suggestions to address the alarming increase in road fatalities and litter build-up.

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Alan Thompson President and CEO of the Bank of Butterfield speaking about the current financial situation. How this happened and the impact on BermudaIn 40 years of Banking I have never seen anything like this kind of situation, with the financial and banking industry so impacted by a crisis,

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2009 RI Convention in Birmingham, England, 21-24 June

Be a part of history and celebrate the 100th Rotary convention, which will take place in Birmingham, the heart of England!
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In continuing with the trend of record-breaking voter turnouts in the US Election, Americans in Bermuda have cast the largest number of absentee ballots ever
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DG Eric's gave his inspirational message to the Bermuda clubs during his visit to Bermuda with  District 7230 Rotarians.  DG Eric reiterated the dream and theme of our RI President Dong Kurn Lee  "Make Dreams Real".

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Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing Lt. Col. David Burch addressed the discussions there have been  recently regarding the implementation of Work Permit Term Limits and Governments position on the same
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As the Commodore of the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club Ralph was with  us today to tell us about the first ever Festival of Sail at Barr's Bay Park hosted by The Royal Bermuda Yacht Club.   

            The festival has been designed with families in mind and will be two days of fun activities designed for people of all ages.  The Festival of Sail, which we hope will become an annual event, has been designed to be a fun event with two days of activities and will take place during the final two days of the Gold Cup event.
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It has come to the Editors attention that our "inestimable" PP Owen and of course his good lady wife Pamela, have been acknowledged in the Christ Church Newsletter recognizing the celebration of their 60th Wedding Anniversary.   I felt obliged to reproduce some of the highlights from the articles
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The Hustle Truck initiative was the brain child of then junior Minister the Hon. Michael Scott and the West End Community.   The Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, Senator The Hon. Lt. Col. David A Burch Volunteered to engineer the innovative Program under the Bermuda Housing Corporation (BHC).  BHC brought the program to birth April 5, 2007 by contracting 8 young men and women of MiddleTown to paint over graffiti on the walls of the BHC's Property in Middletown.   The program expanded to three teams supported by three trucks supplied by the W&E department to move workers and complete jobs.  Thus the HUSTLE TRUCK PROGRAM was formed.

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John Wadson Chairman of Tall Ships Bermuda outlined a very exciting initiative, the Tall Ships Atlantic Challenge 2009 which includes the Bermuda Tall Ships Festival.  This race has been designed around Bermuda and our 400th Anniversary of Permanent Settlement. 

            THE TALL SHIPS ARE COMING!  And they're coming, next year to help us, Bermuda and her people, celebrate 400 years of continuous settlement of these beautiful islands.
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Andrew Vaucrosson the President of Greenrock spoke to us about how we can all make meaningful change in Bermuda through adopting sustainable lifestyle choices. What is sustainable development from a theoretical perspective? Quite simply, it's the art of developing solutions for challenges using a triple bottom-line perspective. Where your solution takes into perspective of how it will benefit society, the environment and the economy. By doing this, in theory, you will create a just, efficient, and healthy community.
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The Centre for Leadership is a Bermuda-based organisation focused on fostering better opportunities for women in business. We work with local and international organizations to promote on-going research to advance the development of women and to provide women with opportunities for networking and fostering professional relationships. 
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Major Campbell believes it is important for the community at large to look at the future relevance of the Bermuda Cadet Corps and how this programme can effectively enhance the lives of our youth; especially considering the present social, economic and spiritual state of our country.  The tragedy of this last weekend is a clear indication that we need to recover our youth from the negative violent and destructive influences that some of them have succumbed to.
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Dr Joseph Francioni the founder of BermudaSMARTRISK a registered charity founded in 2001 in order to address Bermuda's growing road injury problem presented the findings of their study titled Road Traffic Crashes in Bermuda 2003 - 2004.  

           
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Because we are living in a service-oriented world, it is necessary that our children understand the workings of our economy.  Perhaps we should not wait until they reach College or High School before we expose them to the subject of Economics.  I would encourage anyone to start teaching and training our children about the science of dealing with the production, distribution and consumption of wealth, goods and services as soon as First Grade.

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The Bermuda Feline Assistance Bureau (BFAB) a Registered Charity established in 1992.  Its original Mission was to humanely control and manage Bermuda's feral cat population through education and a trap - spay-neuter return programme with the aim of reducing the overall number of feral cats on the Island

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Tory Darrell Assistant Co-ordinator for The Mirrors Programme. 

 

" Mirrors is transforming lives and has the opportunity to change the community one youth at a time".

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The highlight of my reign as Miss Teen was The Miss Talented Teen Caribbean Pageant in St. Kitt's when I placed Third Runner Up. In this pageant I made history for Bermuda and for the pageant as a first time Bermudian who entered the pageant and placed as a finalist
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Conchita Ming outlined the Anniversary celebrations being planned for 2009 which will be Bermuda's 400th anniversary of human habitation.  We will be celebrating this momentous occasion with a host of year-long events "Celebrating Bermuda and Her People". 

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The Bermuda Sea Cadet Corps was founded in 1966 and has three units around the Island. In Pembroke there is the T.S. Bermuda, in St. George's it is T.S. Admiral Somers and in Sandys the T.S. Venture which was founded in 1969 with Mr. Lightbourne as one of the founding cadets.
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Karl is an accomplished Youth Leader with The Woodcraft Folk in the UK.  Karl is in Bermuda briefly to learn about the history of the education system here, as part of his studies at LondonUniversity where he hopes it will be part of his thesis.

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Due to my absence the following account of our speaker's presentation was taken from the Royal Gazette article by Jennifer Phillips.

Bermuda can expect a slightly above average hurricane season this year, according to Bermuda's top meteorologist

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Heather Whalen Senior Community and Cultural Affairs Officer brought along two "significant seniors" in our community, Joy Wilson-Tucker Co-Founder of Bermuda Heritage Museum and a former employee for Public Works, which is now referred to, as Works and Engineering George Leon Burt.  Heather held a trip down memory lane conversation with them recounting life growing up in old Bermuda.

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Shaun Morris from Appleby addressed the club on the topic of "Participation by Corporate Bermuda in Mentoring Programmes". He was joined by Janita Burke a committed and passionate YouthNet mentor. She is a member of the Board of Directors of YouthNet and a former Chairman of the Board of Directors of YouthNet

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 Annual Programs Fund (Every Rotarian, Every Year)

The mission of the Annual Programs Fund mirrors that of The Rotary Foundation: to enable Rotarians to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education, and the alleviation of poverty.
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The 53rd annual On-to-Bermuda will be held from October 19th to the 26th 2008 at the Fairmont Southampton.  Schedule of events

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Roxanne Christopher from the Road Safety Council told the club,  Alcohol, Speed, Inattention are major contributors to fatal accidents.    A challenge we face as we try to decrease the senseless death on our roads is sensitivity.  Which means our community is desensitized to the loss of life on our roads, We are accustomed to the loss and to a large extent we expect it to occur. Why don't we care anymore?  When is it going to stop? Do we only think of road safety when it is our son or daughter or loved one?

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Raleigh are in the fourth year of their effort in trying to inspire young Bermudians from all backgrounds, but particularly provide guidance to youngsters at risk of not reaching their full potential, to challenge themselves physically and mentally, in unfamiliar environments to aid in their development of life skills.
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Alcohol abuse and misuse kills .  Amongst people who abuse alcohol there is a higher rate of unemployment, domestic violence and alcohol and or drug use are factors in more than half of Bermuda's road fatalities each year
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Bill Zuill, Editor of the Royal Gazette spoke to the club on Freedom of Information.  We live in challenging times. Around the world, terrorists think nothing of commandeering airplanes and using them as weapons, or detonating bombs in subways.
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Gregory Slayton, US Consul General spoke to us on strengthening Bermuda's public and private education; Upgrading Bermuda's anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist funding laws and infrastructure; and Unity
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Make your reservations now for a trip to Saratoga Springs in May for our District Conference. Running from Thursday May 1 for the early birds, May 2 at noon for the conference, to Sunday May 4, this will be a family-friendly weekend at a beautiful, historic vacation setting, with lots of activities for children and interesting programs and classes for adults, as well as special recreational opportunities. for one and all. You won't want to miss this opportunity to get useful information about current Rotary programs to bring back to your clubs. And you and your families can go hiking,shopping, spend time at the spa andattend one of the famous harness races duringthe weekend, as well as share good food and fellowship with other Rotarians and their families from the District. Details and applications are available through the District 7230 website.

Click on this link to see a Video about The District Conference

http://www.ridistrict7230.org/video/conf/index1.htm

or click on the District Conference 7230 link under "Club Links " on the web site Home Page

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BBB is a partnership consisting of the Bermuda National trust and the Bermuda Audubon Society, two synergistic entities which have goals and mandates which are similar and which have combined their energies into a single force to buy back Bermuda's priceless open space.  The ultimate objective is to pass on this legacy to your and my grandchildren, forever and ever, as a gift in perpetuity
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Wishing you and your families a wonderful and happy Christmas and a healthy and prosperous New Year.

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Col Edward Lamb Commissioner of Corrections spoke to us about the state of our Village and Making a Difference.  The "big picture" of what is going on in this Country, covering People in Corrections;   My Vision and Aims; how we all can make a difference

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The Centres work continues to focus on the four pillars of our mission statement:  Advancing knowledge, skills and performance; fostering effective partnerships; creating a unifying voice for the Third Sector; and supporting and increasing volunteerism.

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Tim's work against apartheid has received international attention and thanks from Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu.  This is his second visit to Bermuda and in conjunction with Citizens Uprooting Racism in Bermuda (CURB), is holding public discussions with community leaders and the public to help dismantle racism.

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Our aims at Butterfield Bank are to provide parents and/or students with information on how to go about getting an educational loan, and being able to prepare them financially, so that when the time comes for them to apply for a loan from us, it may only be for a small amount of money.
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Electric power is now a basic necessity for all modern and developed societies but what is amazing is that so few people actually take an interest in the subject. We assume that electricity will always be there, almost like the air we breathe - until we have an event like a hurricane or an island wide blackout
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Bermuda Small Business Development Corporation was established in 1980 as a joint venture or Quango between the Government and three banks, Butterfield Bank, Bank of Bermuda and Bermuda Commercial Bank. The key objective and function is to assist the development of a strong, well managed and prosperous small business sector in Bermuda by providing existing and potential small business owners with a broad range of business advice and financial assistance

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I wanted to share my platform speech that I presented at the Miss Teen Bermuda Islands Pageant.  Although my platform was addressed to the youth of Bermuda, I believe that it is a message for our entire community.

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Lt. Col William White Commanding Officer of The Bermuda Regiment presented us with his opinions thoughts and reflections spanning 22 years of service in the Regiment
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Judith Burgess Executive Director of PRIDE spoke to us on the absolute importance of drug prevention and the role that PRIDE plays in empowering youth and adults in support of healthy lifestyles in our community
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The mission of the Aerie Foundation is to initiate and support opportunities for creative and community-driven projects that address social needs, especially those of the youth and elderly.  Its ultimate goal is to facilitate and be a catalyst for change that is sustainable.
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Permanent Secretary Ministry of Social Rehabilitation Wayne Carey spoke to us on behalf of the Department for National Drug Control on treatment and prevention of substance abuse in Bermuda
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Michelle Wade from Teen Services  gave us an overview of the background of Teen Services and an explanation of the programmes it is offering including the Continuation School, Teen Haven and Counselling
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Chief Operating Officer of The Mid-Atlantic Wellness Institute spoke to us on mental illness in Bermuda and her vision for Bermuda's only hospital for the mentally ill.

 

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Judy Ming - NJI Limited Keith Clifton 0
Vincent Hollinsid 14th August 2007 Keith Clifton 0
Jennife Attride-Stirling 7th August 2007 Keith Clifton 0
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Erin Moran founder of Greenrock which she established in 2003 with the goal of raising the awareness about our environment through education and entertainment.

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Marc Bean Recruitment Manager for the Mirrors programme explained how the programme aimed at the 15 to 18 year old youths  worked. .

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Keetha Lowe President International Global Management.

 

Our youth learn what they live. The are born with the tools of life - talents, esteem, interests, curiosity, dreams, goals, however it is up to our entrusted leaders, you and I to assist in sharpening those tools - to help our youth  discover and develop themselves to full skill
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David Hill CEO of the Bermuda Hospitals Board  has only been in Bermuda for six months, however, he is already impressed with the dedicated and passionate staff, both frontline healthcare workers and support staff at our two hospitals. 

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Did you know that in 2004 and 2005 at least half of the drivers that died on Bermuda's roads were found to be driving over the legal limit of alcohol or under the influence of drugs?  Did you know that in 2006, 76 percent of those tested for drunk driving after being involved in an accident failed the test?  Did you know that it is illegal to sell or serve alcohol to someone who is already drunk?

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The Bermuda Hospitals Board service does the preparation between merging the university and student's objectives with the BHB's expectations
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  Dir George Cook introduced Dr Duranda Greene President of The Bermuda College. Dr Greene presented her vision for the BermudaCollege which over the past six years has promoted its mission as a Community College. The thanks of the club were given by Dir Jim Brock. 
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Imagine Bermuda 2009 is a diverse group of local residents who are using the opportunity of the approach of the Year 2009 - the 400th anniversary of the settlement of our island and the 50th of the Theatre Boycott - to promote a national conversation, seeking a shared vision for a better Bermuda.
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Dr. Baskerville is President of the American Coalition for Fathers and Children.  He was brought to Bermuda by Childwatch to take part in "International Parental Alienation Awareness Day"

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Effective disaster recovery can be a vital lifeline for Bermuda's e-commerce, so, it's important for all companies to have one
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Visiting Rtn Stuart Hindle from Australia took the opportunity to tell us a little about his club and Australia
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Rebecca Zuill Managing Editor Crown Communications - Magazines are even more different from newspapers than you might think. Editorially,
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Rotator for the week of 26th September with speaker Pastor Gary Simons. "Chain Reaction Bermuda"  Rachels Challenge
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