On June 25, 2015 the Rotary Club of Freeport held its annual installation of new officers, where outgoing President Queen Rolle handed the gavel over to incoming President Othyneil Pinder. During his speech President Othyneil outlined the following projects for his rotary year: through a District Grant, provide computers to the Eight Mile Rock High School, through private donations provide computers to other schools/institutions in need, through private donation provide health care equipment to the Hospital Authority, continue our commitment to the Grand Bahama Youth Choir, Falcon Boys Club, Reach Out Ministries, Santa Helper , the Children’s Home and the scholarship program. The newly installed officers included Venus Miller (Secretary), Louie Allyne (Treasurer), Queen Rolle (Membership Chair), Betty Van Lew (Vocation Chair), Constance McDonald (Foundation Chair), Gina English (Fellowship Chair), Elsie Knowles (Community Service Chair), Darren Cooper (President Elect & Club Services Chair) and Len Hindley (Sargent at Arms). President Othyneil also challenge each Rotarian to "Be a gift to the world" this Rotary year through one of the avenues of service which includes promoting peace, fighting disease, providing clean water, saving mothers and children, supporting education and protecting children from the sex trade industry.