By: Ashley Penn, Freeport News Reporter

The various Rotary clubs on the island inclusive of the Rotary Club Sunset, Rotary Club Lucaya, Rotary Club Freeport and Rotary Club Sunrise held a collective meeting recently to welcome the newly named Rotary International Presidential aid for 2015/2016, Dr. Barry Rassin.  Rassin was able to tour the island and the various projects that the respective clubs have embarked on in an effort to make a meaningful contribution to society.

President of the Rotary Club Freeport, Queen Stubbs said this visit provided the opportunity for the newly named Rotary International Presidential aid to see what she and her team have done.  “We thought that since he was in town, why not introduce him to some of the projects that the Rotary clubs have done on the island,” she said.

“We saw there was a need so today we’re having a joint meeting with all of the Rotary Clubs on Grand Bahama.  We have Dr. Barry Rassin out of Nassau who has been named the Rotary International Presidential aid for 2015/2016,” Rolle continued,” Rolle added.

Photo:  'Doctor of Rotary' - Barry Rassin (third from left) with (from left) RCF President Queen Stubbs, Sunrise Club Deputy Membership Billie Bowe and James Sarles, President of Rotary Club of GB Sunrise.

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