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August 2019: Members in Action
OUR MEMBERS' VISITS AROUND THE GLOBE
24 August — Board Meeting
24 August — Haiti Connection & The International Scene
31 August — Live and Learn: Action Updates
 
September 2019: Basic Education and Literacy & New Generations Month
5 September — Deadline for Club of the Month Submission 
7 September — Butterfly Launch: Speakers LitRAG Chair, John Thorne and Vice Chair,Carolyn Johnson
8 September —  International Literacy Day – Butterflies Take Flight!
14 September — ROAR Launch with Rotaractors: Speaker DRR Clayton Bromley
15 September — Rotary Alumni Global Service Award nominations are due
15 September — Rotary Alumni Association of the Year Award nominations are due
21 September — Board Meeting
21 September —  International Day of Peace   
21 September — Live and Learn: Club Forum
28 September — Speaker: Caribbean Author Rick SS Grant
 
     
 
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THE ROTARY
FOUR-WAY TEST

of the things we think, say or do...
 
                                                                                                                                                                
 
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Every new year brings new dreams and new aspirations and the opportunity for new achievements " the idea is also true for rotary, and, at the beginning of this new year, I wish to present my compliments to our iprip Barry Rassin and his wife Esther for their leadership of inspiration. They have been brilliant examples for us in the world of rotary. We thank them for everything they have accomplished and everything they will continue to do. I also want to thank our ipdg Patrick Adizua and his wife lesline for driving our district, and for all the successes we could have reached this year.
I believe that this new year rotary will be a special year under the leadership of the president of Rotary International Mark Maloney and much more in our super district 7020. We are going to work together to build on the success of the past and especially those of the year 2018-2019 to reach higher heights.
Under the theme "Rotary connects the world". President of Rotary International encourages us to accentuate our connections. He begs us to connect to strengthen our clubs and to grow rotary, to, not compete with the family; to connect with the community of young professional thinkers in order to guarantee a new generation of rotarians leaders; to connect with partners From all over the world for a better and peaceful world.


In order to strengthen our clubs and grow rotary, I want to highlight the recent elevation of rotaraciens at the level of partners in the rotary service as well as more than 1000 Rotaract clubs that have received their charters this year. We really need to welcome our future leaders by working together with our rotaraciens and interaciens in serious projects by supporting them by helping them with Rotaract's Rotaract to rotary and interact to Rotaract. So, let's help them achieve their goals to accomplish more good things in our world.
Under the theme of the RI President 2019-2020 and reflecting on the motto of rotary " serve first " I want to remind you of the theme of our district " Serve Humanity guarantee our future ". so I encourage our clubs to adopt our Two district projects: presentation and control of diabetes "my health, my life, stop diabetes now" as well as hanwash.


However, the majority of the work of any district is made at the club level. So I want to present my compliments to the presidents of club who have taken the heavy responsibility to lead our clubs. I would like to present my compliments to the whole team of the district that will be the tool that will help to lead and, guide our clubs to this period of excitement, this impeccable service period, and this period of growth. Despite the responsibility of the presidents, each rotarian, rotaracien and interacien is encouraged to give its full participation so that all the community and international projects of each clubs are real success.
While our reason to do good in the world is not to be recognized, please be satisfied with the honor that comes from the presidential quote, DG award club of the month and the other international recce and district quotes in Submitting in time the different forms.
Finally, I want to thank you for the opportunity to serve you as a district governor. Your success is that of the district and Rotary International. Let's embrace the new year with enthusiasm, energy, commitment. Let's go beyond our clubs, borders of our countries, and our district for partnerships in order to deliver great impact projects. Let's embrace youth services projects. Let's use the motto of the Rotaract District Representative, Clayton Bromley " impact by unity " Serve Humanity and guarantee our future " Let's be connected to accomplish good things, and by reaching all these goals let's enjoy our fraternal Communion, let's meet together for To have an excellent year Rotary 2019-2020 In District 7020.

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Taking heed from RI President Barry’s call to bring Rotaractors into Rotary clubs, on March 16th the EClub of the Caribbean, 7020 held a new member induction headlined by special guests. Rotaractors Jevaughn Rhymer and Akilah N. Corbin were welcomed into the club by RI President Barry Rassin, DG Patrick Adizua, and PDG David Edwards (7030) and DGE Delma Maduro (who did the actual pinning in Barbados and Tortola).  Notable is that attendees were in the BVI, Barbados, USVI, Spain, Bahamas, Guadeloupe, Virginia, Florida, Puerto Rico, Dutch West Indies, Anguilla and maybe somewhere else – the beauty of an EClub format.
The Rotary eClub of the Caribbean, 7020 weekly meeting today was joined by a member of the Rotary Club of St John whilst sailing. Other members shown were located in Spain and the USVI, just to prove that Rotarians can meet from wherever. We meet every Saturday at 9:00AM AST (which is equal to Eastern Daylight Time).
 
The Rotary eClub of the Caribbean, 7020 is pleased to have assisted young people to participate in RYLA 2019.
 
It is time to pre-order your copies of the new Butterfly StoryBook.  Encourage young authors by sharing this book, include them in your Back-to-School packs this next August, get them into your schools and libraries. Click HERE to preview the book.
Rotarian Wein Dimetros (center) visited The Rotary Club Fort Lauderdale Cypress Creek to share our Butterfly Story Book,  
 and presented the President and the youth projects member with ten copies of Butterfly Story Book (2018).  
The books will be given to the ten elementary school students that they sponsor through their lunch program.
 
The regular Saturday morning meeting of the eClub of the Caribbean, 7020 provided an opportunity to learn about the Foundation Cadre with a presentation by Cadre Supervisor Christian Pepera.  Members of the district were invited to attend, and the response was overwhelming. Attendance was limited.  For those who could not attend, we present the recorded meeting.
 
 
The countries represented in the video were countries represented by our members in the early days!
 
A diverse group!
 
And the music is the Rotary Anthem, so listen carefully!
 
 
 
 
Make Public Image a Priority if we want to grow, if we want to attract new members and new partners, if we aspire to make sure that everyone recognizes Rotary and knows us as People of Action.
 
 
 
At its recent meeting in Atlanta, the RI Board of Directors adopted a new vision statement:

"Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change — across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves."
 
 
 
Join us in the Rotary Four-Way Test of the things we think, say or do - 
 
Barry Rassin - Rotary International President 2018-19
 
 
 
Club Information

Welcome to Rotary E-Club of the Caribbean, 7020!

We meet Saturdays at 9:00 AM
Online, Atlantic Standard Time
https://zoom.us/j/758192742
St. Thomas, USVI  00802
Virgin Islands (U.S.)
 
Our E-Club Charter, August 12, 2013
Our Club Charter, 2013
 
 
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Homeopaths in Haiti
Haitian Homeopaths
 
Goodbye Polio.
Thanks, Rotary!