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2020-2021 District 7030 Governor:
D. Lisle Chase (R)
AND PARTNER-IN-SERVICE MAGGIE (L)
 
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WELCOME TO ROTARY DISTRICT 7030

 
 

The Southern Caribbean

From St. Kitts to Guyana & Aruba

Caribbean Fellowship…Global Service

 
District 7030 Special Events

Monthly Special Speaker

             
Continuing it's monthly special event series,
 
Rotary District 7030 is proud and honored to host
 
Rotary International Membership Development Director
Brian King
 
06:30 p.m. (GMT-4) | Wednesday 12th August 
 
In recognition of August as Membership Month in Rotary,
RI Membership Development Director Brian King,
along with District 7030's very own PDG David Edwards
- Chair of the RI Membership Committee for 2020-2021 -
will address District 7030 on membership status, strategies and initiatives.
 
All Rotarians & Rotaractors are invited to join this online event as
District 7030 continues its 2020-2021 plans for
strengthening membership and clubs.
 
Let's all come together and embody the power of Rotary connections,
discover inventive ways to engage and adapt
and become better people of action.
 
 
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District 7030 News & Stories
 
Jennifer E. Jones, a member of the Rotary Club of Windsor-Roseland, Ontario, Canada, has been nominated to become Rotary International’s president for 2022-23, a groundbreaking selection that will make her the first woman to hold that office in the organization’s 115-year history. Jones will officially become president-nominee on 1 October if no other candidates challenge her.
 
On July 31st 2020 at Rotary House, Antigua, Rotarians, the Cuban Ambassador to Antigua and Barbuda, Maria Esther Fiffe, and representatives from the Leonard “Tim” Hector Memorial Committee, participated in the presentation of dry foods and toiletries to representatives of the “Henry Reeve” Contingent of the Cuban Medical Brigade who in turn expressed their profound gratitude.
 
 
The Zone 34 Public Image Citation is going to be a little different this year for clubs. It isn’t going to be a flurry of activity at the beginning of the year and a mad dash to the finish line. Instead, it is going to be a steady report of your club’s progress and both District 7030 and Zone 34 Public Image Teams look forward to guiding and accompanying you on this journey. Register now for the citation to start receiving information and next steps for your club to qualify. While a club's Public Image Chair should definitely register, any and all other members from Rotary and Rotaract can also register as every member is in some way responsible for a club's public image. La Citation de l'image publique de la zone 34 sera un peu différente cette année pour les clubs. Ce ne sera pas une vague d’activités en début d’année et une course folle vers la ligne d’arrivée. Au lieu de cela, ce sera un rapport régulier sur les progrès de votre club et les équipes Image publique du District 7030 et de la Zone 34 se réjouissent de vous guider et de vous accompagner dans ce voyage. Inscrivez-vous maintenant à la citation pour commencer à recevoir des informations et les prochaines étapes pour que votre club se qualifie. Si le responsable de l'image publique d'un club doit absolument s'inscrire, tous les autres membres du Rotary et du Rotaract peuvent également s'inscrire, car chaque membre est d'une manière ou d'une autre responsable de l'image publique d'un club.
 
As people of action, Rotarians have been shaping the conversation on the environment for years, from addressing climate change that threatens entire food systems to fighting pollution that clogs our air and water. Rotarians are well-suited for the challenge. They use their connections to find creative solutions and take action to safeguard our vital resources. The Environmental Sustainability Rotary Action Group (ESRAG) assists Rotary clubs, districts and multi-districts in building awareness, inspiring action, and planning service projects that focus on environmental sustainability, awareness of climate change, and actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Karen Kendrick-Hands - Communications Director for ESRAG - answers five major questions about Rotary new area of focus and provides some interesting information to all clubs.
 
The Rotaract World Peace Conference - Rotaract for Peace seeks to become a movement of Rotaractors to promote actions for peace around the world. This is the origin of the Rotaract World Peace Conference, which is an event to learn about various projects focused on peace, led by young leaders in Rotary International, we provide various tools for creating projects with peace topics in Rotaract clubs around the world. The conference is led, formulated and conducted by Rotaractors from various districts. We aim to encourage young professionals in Rotary to take action and join forces in order to develop the area of Peace, Conflict Resolution and Prevention. Register here to view the conference live streams.
Kriddles Roberts is the youngest president of Waitakere Rotary.
Kriddles Roberts is the youngest president of Waitakere Rotary
 
Kriddles Roberts has an extraordinary story - born into the gang life, experiencing homelessness, starting a charity and now joining a "bigger machine" - she's the surprising new president of Waitakere Rotary, New Zealand. Roberts, young, Māori, tattooed down to her gold-ringed fingers and born into the gang life, is the youngest president of Waitakere Rotary and only the fourth woman to lead the West Auckland club. Click here to listen to her story and continuing reading about her inspiring journey.
 
 
The world is facing a global crisis and in these difficult circumstances, The Rotary Foundation Board of Trustees is making tough decisions to enable our organization thrive. They reported that in 2013-14, when global grants were introduced, the Foundation awarded 868 global grants worth US$47.3 million. By 2018-19, the number of global grants awarded had risen to 1,403 - worth US$86.6 million. However, while the demand for grants rose by 80%, corresponding Annual Fund contributions did not keep pace, showing only a 7% increase during the same time period. And therein lies the problem.
  
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On 20th July 2020, the District Peace-Building Committee hosted Summer Lewis - Partnership Coordinator between Rotary International and the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP) - who presented on ways to build positive peace to Rotarians and Rotaractors in District 7030. Several means by which clubs and members can explore and activate peace-building initiatives were discussed, as well as, opportunities and resources offered by IEP. For those who missed it or for those who want to see it again, recordings of the session are now available. Click here to view the session in English. Le 20 juillet 2020, le Comité de consolidation de la paix du district a accueilli Summer Lewis - Coordinateur de partenariat entre le Rotary International et l'Institut pour l'économie et la paix (IEP) - qui a présenté les moyens de construire une paix positive pour les Rotariens et les Rotaractiens du District 7030. Plusieurs moyens par Les clubs et membres qui peuvent explorer et activer les initiatives de consolidation de la paix ont été discutés, ainsi que les opportunités et les ressources offertes par l'IEP. Pour ceux qui l'ont raté ou pour ceux qui veulent le revoir, des enregistrements de la session sont maintenant disponibles. Cliquez ici pour voir la session en français.
  
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On 18th July 2020, the District Special Project Committee on Childhood Obesity Prevention presented project plans to Rotary and Rotaract club leaders. These plans included overall goals and objectives of the committee, as well as, tools and resources to be made available to clubs in order for them to adopt and execute successful childhood obesity prevention projects during the 2020-2021 Rotary year. For those who missed it or for those who want to see it again, recordings of the session are now available. Click here to view the session in English. Le 18 juillet 2020, le comité de projet spécial de district sur la prévention de l'obésité infantile a présenté des plans de projet aux dirigeants des clubs Rotary et Rotaract. Ces plans comprenaient les buts et objectifs généraux du comité, ainsi que des outils et des ressources à mettre à la disposition des clubs afin qu'ils adoptent et exécutent avec succès des projets de prévention de l'obésité infantile au cours de l'année rotarienne 2020-2021. Pour ceux qui l'ont raté ou pour ceux qui veulent le revoir, des enregistrements de la session sont maintenant disponibles. Cliquez ici pour voir la session en français.
 
Now More Than Ever, Rotary Connects the World! Continue to connect with the family of Rotary by visiting the virtual House of Friendship through 31 July. Explore, ask questions, and interact with other members at this exhibit, open 24 hours a day, that features Rotary Action Groups, Rotary Fellowships, projects, and partners. Share the experience with your club, family, and friends by encouraging them to visit, too.
 
INFINITE POSSIBILITIES: Women In Rotary! is a Four-Part Membership Series offering Rotarians the unique opportunity to hear from some of the most dynamic speakers in Rotary, and get a front row seat to learn from major Rotary International speakers. The topics focus on Rotary history, celebrations, challenges, vision, encouragement, enthusiasm and motivation to grow your membership!  You will find each one-hour webinar well worth your time and attention. The first webinar features Sylvia Whitlock, the first Female Rotary Club President, and is hosted by RI Vice President Johrita Solari and RI Director Valarie Wafer.
 
Congratulations to the following clubs on receiving the Rotary Zone 34 Public Image Citation for 2019-2020: RC Antigua, RC Central Port of Spain, RC Paramaribo, RC St. Augustine. Particular mention and applause to RC Penal and RC Port of Spain West for receiving platinum recognition.
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