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Rotary’s first-ever virtual convention attracted more than 60,000 registrants and 175,000 viewers during its weeklong program.

3D printers to the rescue

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Congratulations to our E-Quiz Winners

At our recent Premiere E-Quiz, everyone was a winner! 

The contestants agreed it was a fun filled event with some real brain-teasers! All agreed the questions were not easy!  

Overall Winner was Karl Isaac from Providenciales

“I learned a lot!” – First Prize Winner Karl

Individual Round winners were Tahima Barzey of Tortola, Liz Goggins from St. Croix Mid-Isle, Mary Gleason and Marston WInkles both from St. Thomas.

We look forward to seeing them all back for our

INTER-CLUB QUIZ on August 3rd, 2020.

District 7020 Interactors submitted photographs depicting Kindness in the First Annual EClub of the Caribbean, 7020 Promoting Interact Creative Skills competition. Their interpretations are shown below:
These are the three winners
 
 
Rashante Skylar Garland, RC Providenciales
 
 
Alexander Pécard-Leese,  RC Saint Barthélemy
 
 
Brianna Ricketts, RC Manor Park, Jamaica
 

There were two additional entries:

Lapshina Ivanka, RC Saint Barthélemy
 
 
Ksenia Pignet, RC Saint Barthélemy
 

Our sincerest thanks to the Rotary Clubs, sponsoring Interact Clubs who partnered with us on this project.

Rotary International is monitoring the global affects of the Coronavirus and is encouraging Rotarians to consider how they can help and support their communities.
As an online club, we recognize the advantage that meeting on line provides in terms of avoiding the spread of viruses among our members. If your club would like to meet on line until the C-19 crisis is over, we would be happy to help you get started with Zoom. You can get your club Zoom Pro account with a good discount for Rotary Clubs, go to https://my.rotary.org/en/member-center/rotary-global-rewards/offers#/offers/featured
 
Alternatively, if you would like to join us on Saturday mornings at 9AM AST or hold a joint meeting with us, we would welcome your fellowship. We can be reached at rotarye7020@gmail.com .
 
The following 6 minute video covers some good tips for your club meetings on Zoom.
 
 
And we offered a District-wide Q&A session on Zoom. The video recording of that session is at https://youtu.be/8ijq6GEWiYQ
 
 

New Providence Primary student becomes published author

[L-r] Sydney Lowrie, President of the Rotary Club of Liguanea Plains presents 10 year old Shannequa Jackson of New Providence Primary School with her certificate and cheque for winning the Caribbean-wide ‘Butterfly Storybook Project’. By her side is the school’s Principal, Olga Clarke.

[L-r] Sydney Lowrie, President of the Rotary Club of Liguanea Plains presents 10 year old Shannequa Jackson of New Providence Primary School with her certificate and cheque for winning the Caribbean-wide ‘Butterfly Storybook Project’. By her side is the school’s Principal, Olga Clarke.

Please join us in congratulating the Rotaract Club of Port-au-Prince Champ de Mars for their winning entry to the R.O.A.R Competition! 

If you missed what R.O.A.R. is about, it means Rotaract Orators Addressing Rotary. It is an oratory competition designed to support and encourage Rotaractors in public speaking. This year's competition asked Rotaractors to discuss how they would approach a critical issue that affects one of the target groups from the Rotaract District Project - T.E.A.M. (teens, elderly, adults (young) and mothers).

Congratulations to Port-au-Prince Champ de Mars!

 
 
 

Happy New “Butterfly” Year!

The Rotary E-Club of the Caribbean, 7020 is proud to announce
the results of the Butterfly Storybook Contest for 2020

OUR WINNERS!

 Kadreanna Campbell - The Greatest Award is Kindness

Amoya Grant - Looking Back at Hurricane Irma

Brandaen Illis - Kindness Matters

Shannequa Jackson - Lost and Found

Trinity Lettsome - Small Actions Can Have a Huge Impact

 Srinivas Nidval - Jacob and Jamie to the Rescue!

Xhian Venz D. Refil - Khalid and the Street Chickens

Stephanie Richards - Trouble in Paradise

Jeremy Richolle - Homelessness Creates a Positive Impact

Adam White - Rover's Gift of Kindness

CONGRATULATIONS!

 
The Rotary E-Club of the Caribbean, 7020
wishes to thank the following clubs for partnering in the 2019-2020 Butterfly StoryBook Project
and for submitting their winning stores. Merci, merci, merci!
 
The Rotary Club of  Anguilla
The Rotary Club of Delmas Centre
The Rotary Club of Grand Cayman Sunrise
The Rotary Club of Liguanea Plains
The Rotary Club of Manor Park
The Rotary Club of New Kingston
The Rotary Club of Road Town
The Rotary Club of St. John
The Rotary Club of St. Martin Sunrise
The Rotary Club of St. Martin Sunset
The Rotary Club of St. Thomas II
The Rotary Club of Tortola
 
To celebrate Membership month members of the eClub were encouraged to visit with local clubs in their areas and report on the visits. Each week we featured a different region of our membership and clubs in their area. This video summarizes those visits. We learned a lot about ourselves and other clubs, connecting the world through Rotary.
 
 
 
Roger & Diana with Rotary Club of North Cotswolds, Saturday September 7 at the Cooperative Supermarket in Bourton on the Water. Raised almost £400 and the club voted to make a total donation of £1,000.00!
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.
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!
 
 
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
 
 
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