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John Fuller
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Welcome to Rotary E-Club of the Caribbean, 7020!
E-Club of the Caribbean
Service Above Self
We meet Saturdays at 9:00 AM
Online, Atlantic Standard Time
St. Thomas, USVI  00802
US Virgin Islands
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Upcoming Events
Butterfly Storybook Launch and Promotion
Sep 02, 2015
7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Introduction to Basic Education and Literacy
Sep 05, 2015
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Board Meeting
Sep 12, 2015
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Club Training by Club Trainers
Sep 23, 2015
7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Guest Speaker - provided by Rtn. Keturah
Sep 26, 2015
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Board Meeting
Oct 10, 2015
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Visit by DG Felix
Oct 17, 2015
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Camille Seaton
August 4
H. Wein Dimetros
September 15
Pabs Amoury
September 22
Howard Brown
September 26
Spouse Birthdays
Ralph Smith
August 19
August 29
Peter Prendergast
September 23
Join Date
Anita Jourden
August 1, 2013
2 years
Denis Stockman
August 1, 1994
21 years
Henriette Raccah
August 1, 2013
2 years
Lesli Prendergast
August 12, 2012
3 years
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President's Message
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Dear Rotarians and Guests,
Let me express my sincere appreciation to the Rotarians who continue to join us week after week at our meetings and HHH; it is greatly appreciated.  Our club could not have done this without each of you.   For those visiting Rotarians, potential Rotarians and just visitors we encourage you to continue to use our HOME for your make-ups and reading materials and remind you to share it with your fellow club members and others.  We welcome your feedback which is important to us, please share your comments with us or with our club members.
Please join us tomorrow for our last Saturday meeting in the month of August – Membership Month.   Tomorrow we dedicate the time to discuss our Signature Project – the Butterfly Storybook and look forward to your participation and continued support in the decision-making process as we prepare to launch in September – Basic Education and Literacy Month. 
We look forward to a September’s month of activities coordinated by Rtn. Keturah and ask that you all continue to make an effort to support and participate throughout the month.
Hope to see you all there.
A special thanks to IPP Amarylis, who continues to be a true ambassador to the club and the district.  Please see a copy of an email received from DGE Sylvia Maisonet-Diaz; DGE 2016/17
Dear Amarylis,

We want to thank you for taking your time to visit us and present the Water -project for the families of Boulmier.

You were so passionate, explaining  this project, that tears came to my eyes.  I can't even imagine those girls that don't have the opportunity to study because ,they have to pick up water, so far away, to bring it to their community.

As I told you, I am also committed to this project and you will have our support in my year as District Governor 2016-2017. I am copying PDG- Paul Roman, who is my Chair for TRF in my year.

Have a great weekend and a productive week.
My dear friends,
We often talk a great deal about membership. Quite naturally, the focus is on recruiting new members, but in the process, we lose sight of an equally important task — that of retaining existing members.
As Rotary celebrates Membership Month, I want to ask what Rotary means to you. I invite you to share your story not only with Rotary but with your personal and professional networks — not only why you joined, but why you are still a member of Rotary today. Is it because of the difference you’ve made in your community or because of the lifelong friendships you’ve made? Speak of the personal benefits that you have derived from your membership in Rotary, whether it’s the satisfaction from reaching out to someone who desperately needed help or the gains in your own life that came from the opportunities and connections available to you through Rotary. Sharing your Rotary story could help inspire someone to join.
Promoting our exciting member benefits program, Rotary Global Rewards, will not only help you get more transformative work done but will also show new and potential members the added value of being a part of the Rotary network. Find out more yourself about this new program and how it can be used to enhance the Rotary member experience. Encourage others to do the same.
The Member Center is now home to a number of resources to help you better serve your clubs and districts, including brochures like Be a Vibrant Club and Strengthening Your Membership: Creating Your Membership Development Plan. Exploring, understanding, and using these tools can help you engage and retain your members.
Every year, the Rotary International Convention serves as a great way to experience what it truly means to be a part of Rotary. A promotion kit for the 2016 convention in Seoul is now available. The kit provides digital and print resources to promote the convention to your club or district. Go to the Seoul convention site, find the kit in the Resources section, and use it to encourage your fellow Rotarians to attend. With your help, the 2016 Rotary Convention could be the biggest yet! By encouraging a new member to attend the convention, you will have given him or her the opportunity to be well and truly convinced of the reach and breadth of Rotary.
Membership is important year-round. We must continue to give potential members more reasons to join, and current members more reasons to stay. Let us work together to strengthen our membership base and to encourage others to join us as we work to improve our communities and to Be A Gift to the World.
In this video message, I share my additional thoughts on membership:
K.R. Ravindran
Rotary International President
Tricky Questions

1. Johnny’s mother had three children. The first child was named April. The second child was named May. What was the third child’s name?

2. A clerk at a butcher shop stands 5 feet 10 inches tall and wears size 13 sneakers. What does he weigh?

3. Before Mt. Everest was discovered, what was the highest mountain in the world?

4. How much dirt is there in a hole that measures two feet by three feet by four feet?

5. What word in the English language is always spelled incorrectly?

6. Billie was born on December 28th, yet her birthday always falls in the summer. How is this possible?

7. In British Columbia you cannot take a picture of a man with a wooden leg. Why not?

8. If you were running a race and you passed the person in 2nd place, what place would you be in now?

9. Which is correct to say, “The yolk of the egg is white” or “The yolk of the egg are white?”

10. A farmer has five haystacks in one field and four haystacks in another. How many haystacks would he have if he combined them all in one field?



  ANNUAL FUND is the primary source of funding for all Foundation activities. Our annual contributions help Rotary Clubs take action to create positive change in communities at home and around the world.  Our gift helps strengthen peace efforts, provide clean water and sanitation, support education, grow local economies, save mothers and children and fight disease.
Through our annual Sustaining Member contributions of $100 or more, the Rotary E-Club of the Caribbean, 7020 has been a 100% EREY contributor since we were chartered in 2013.  Let us continue to support The Rotary Foundation (TRF) through our annual donations.
We have been and continue to “Be a gift to the World”.
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