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Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:30 PM
Hilton Barbados
Needham's Point
St. Michael,  BB11000
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As an award winning author, global investor, and adventurer, Neal Petersen delivers a powerful message incorporating the difficult challenges facing us all globally today.  It’s a captivating and interactive journey through his "No Barriers - Only Solutions" keynote - his life story.  Neal empowers his audience by using examples of how he overcame barriers by always turning them into opportunities, of knowing how to innovate and how it relates to success and the need to adapt to constant wind shifts and change.   He challenges his audience to think outside the box, to use this economic challenge to their advantage - it's an opportunity to excel by choosing a winning course, using the ever changing winds, fierce storms and unsettled seas to your advantage.  Most importantly, the need to clearly communicate the vision and the direction, then followed by the planning and the preparation, followed by determination and perseverance to achieve extraordinary results.

That is how Neal achieved his dream of racing solo around the world in the AroundAlone yacht race, 27,000 miles, 9 months, at sea ~ alone and in a boat he designed and built himself!


The conference was held at the Barbados Museum from May 21 - 24, 2015. A Number of regional Rotary dignitaries were in attendance including: DG Elwin Atmodimedjo, DG-Elect Milton Inniss, PDG David Edwards and AG Sonya Alleyne. 
See Photo Album for pictures of the opening ceremony at the Barbados Museum. Additional photos can be found on the Rotary District 7030 Facebook page. Just go to Facebook and search for Rotary District 7030.
The recently concluded Autism seminar was a huge success. Organized and executed by Tracey Knight-Lloyd the seminar focused on highlighting the vast complexities of understanding, treating with, and managing individuals with the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). It was held at the Cave Hill School of Business on May 18, 2015 and opening remarks were delivered by Senator Kerry-Ann Ifill who is the President of the Barbados Council of the Disabled. "Read More..." for presenters' handouts.
See the Photo Album for some pictures from the event.
The following is the link to a brief video presentation of the 2015 Model United Nations (MUN) Assembly held at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre on March 7, 2015.
For more photographs of this assembly please visit the Photo Album entitled "2015 Model United Nations Assembly (MUN)".
The RCOB Senior Citizens Sunset Concert was held at the Main Guard Garrison on 26 April 2015. A pictorial summary is presented in the Photo Albums section. 
Operation Triple Threat: Sing. Dance. Act. (O.T.T) is a developmental performing arts programme for students between the ages of 7 and 21. The idea for the programme was inspired by the noticeable need for training for the youth to become what the entertainment industry calls a ‘triple threat’- someone who is skilled in each of the three disciplines of singing, dancing and acting.
For more information on this great program please visit their website at
In celebration of Rotaract Week (Mar 8 - 14) the three Rotaract clubs of Barbados joined together in a community service project in the form of a mural. They painted this on a wall on the Fairchild Street bus terminal over the weekend of Mar 14. 
(See Photo Album for photos of the mural)
Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
Vice President
Director - Club Service
Director - Community Service
Director - International Service
Director - Youth Service
Director - Vocational Service
Immediate Past President
Public Relations Chair