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Rotary International President – Sakuji Tanaka (Japan) District 7020 Governor – Vance Lewis (British Virgin Islands)

Peace Through Service Newsletter Editor – Kitty Bucsko (RC of Anguilla)

DG Vance

District 7020 Newsletter

May, 2013 TABLE OF CONTENTS

WHAT YOU WILL FIND IN THIS ISSUE… …PDF file is best viewed at 75 %.

News of District interest first… District Theme Club Charter Celebrations Coming Events Club-of-the-Month results RI Convention in Lisbon

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Club News St. Martin Sunrise Liguanea Plains, Jamaica Nassau Sunrise E-Club of the Caribbean, 7020 – Pre-order your Butterfly Storybook All about mangoes Rotary Clubs of the Cayman Islands Haiti – Petion-Ville St. Thomas A Caribbean Partnership Project Sint Maarten Council on Legislation

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The Rotaract Corner District Conference in Tortola The Beginning of Rotary Singing References

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Experience the Passion of Rotary

This early Rotarian was secretary of Rotary International for 32 years. Who was...?

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Paul Harris? Chesley R. Perry? Arch Klumph? Herb Taylor?

$26.50 from Rotary Club of Kansas City in 1917. What started the…?

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World War I relief fund Rotary staff retirement program First District conference budget The Rotary Foundation

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Manufacturer who donated shoes to victims of polio? (the) First District Governor from the original district? (is) a present RI Director? Past RI President from Cleveland, credited with starting the Rotary Foundation

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Arch Klumph. Who was a…?

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Celebration/Activity

Attendance Report Due

Date

3rd of the month

Club Charter Celebrations East Nassau, Bahamas Nassau Sunrise, Bahamas St. Croix Mid-Isle, USVI Providenciales, Turks & Caicos North St. Catherine, Jamaica St. John, USVI

May 6, 1963 May 8, 2001 May 13, 1988 May 17, 1996 May 19, 2008 May 21, 1999

Using Member Access …Lindsey Cancino

Member Access is a secure, accessible location for Rotarians and club and district leaders to conduct Rotary business and access information. Log in to www.rotary.org.

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Other tools may be available to you depending on your Rotary office. For example, club presidents and secretaries can  Search, view, and update club membership and officer data  Pay RI per capita dues  View Foundation and membership reports

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You can also  Donate to The Rotary Foundation  Manage e-mail subscriptions  Manage contact information  Register for convention  Browse the Official Directory  Access training

How do I start using Member Access? To start using Member Access, click create account on the Member Access log in page. Need help creating a Member Access account? See FAQ for details. District 7020 Newsletter – May, 2013

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May REDI Conference 2013

May 3-4, 2013 Cypress Creek, Fort Lauderdale, Florida District 7020 Conference BVI

May 14-18, 2013 Green Wave Day

May 22, 2013 Rotaract District Conference

May 29 – June 2, 2013 Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands RI Convention, 2013

Lisbon, Portugal June 23 – 26, 2013 New DG Jeremy Hurst (2013-14)

July 1, 2013 Cayman Islands New RI President Ron Burton (2013-14)

July 1, 2013 USA International Day of Peace

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September 21, 2013

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CLUB-OF-THE-MONTH WINNERS

AUGUST LARGE CLUB – RC of Grand Cayman Central (Ravi Kapoor) SMALL CLUB – RC of Eleuthera (Jacqueline Gibson) SEPTEMBER LARGE CLUB – RC of Grand Cayman Sunrise (Tony Catalanotto) SMALL CLUB – RC of Lucea (Lennox Anderson-Jackson) OCTOBER LARGE CLUB – RC of Grand Cayman (Sebastien Guilbard) SMALL CLUB – RC of Negril (Ken Cooney) NOVEMBER LARGE CLUB – RC of East Nassau (Geoff Andrews) SMALL CLUB – RC of Mandeville, Jamaica (Basil Cameron) DECEMBER LARGE CLUB – Road Town, BVI (Trefor Grant) SMALL CLUB – Pétion-Ville, Haiti (Marlene Gay) JANUARY LARGE CLUB – Tortola, BVI (Simon Welch) SMALL CLUB – Liguanea Plains, Jamaica (Novlet Green-Deans)

MARCH LARGE CLUB – St. Andrew, Jamaica (Judy Hylton) SMALL CLUB - Les Cayes, Haiti (Rosa Leger)

CONGRATULATIONS TO EVERYONE!

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FEBRUARY LARGE CLUB – Kingston, Jamaica (Manley Nicholson)J SMALL CLUB – Montego Bay, Jamaica (Roxanne Smith)

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LISBON RI CONVENTION June 23-36, 2013. – Details can be found at - http://lisboa2013.org/ Registration & Hotel booking can be done via the above link. District 7020 will have our traditional events to look forward to, including the District Social & the Southland Breakfast.

PAG Haresh Ramchandani , District Convention Chair

We will be starting a database of attendees, so if you are going or are thinking about going please respond to this email that we can have you on communications henceforth.

View a video of the convention here – http://vimeo.com/37825756

Public Image Citation Is your club on the list of clubs receiving a Public Image Citation this year? If not, encourage your club's leadership to use public relations to plan a public image building campaign and earn next year's Public Image Citation.

Yours in Rotary,

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Carlos H Giraldo, PDG Rotary Public Image Coordinator - Zone 34

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ROTARY CLUB OF ST. MARTIN SUNRISE ‌submitted by Angela Gordon

Rotary Club of St. Martin Sunrise participated in the Readers are Leaders Poetry Evening recently. Students from all high schools took part in the Poetry Evening, where poems, dances, songs, and other cultural acts were performed. Poetry writing and reading is also a powerful medium for enhancing literacy development in children.

At left - Students at the Readers are Leaders poetry evening.

Photo above right - Honorary members Kay& Stephen Shepherd, President of DMLK P.T.A: Ms. Dublin, Member Joseanne Peterson, and President: Marcellia Henry The club also collaborated with the P.T.A. of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. school in a fundraising walk-a-thon on March 16, 2013. The proceeds from this event went to assist the school with purchasing of 16 ceiling fans and repairs for light fixtures. With the installation of the needed ceiling fans, the students of the school will be more comfortable in their classrooms.

RC ST. MARTIN SUNRISE AND COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS Painted the Martin Luther King Jr. School.

The volunteers who assisted the members of the Rotary Club of St. Martin Sunrise with the execution of the painting of the entire school included the Rotary Club of Anguilla, (UTS) United Telephone Service, AUC School of Medicine, the Youth Parliamentarians, the Interactors from St. Dominic High, Learning Unlimited, and St. Maarten Academy Academic schools, the members and parents of the P.T.A of the school, and some teachers of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Primary School. The painting which started at 7:30 a.m. on Saturday ended approximately 3:00 p.m. in the afternoon.

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On Saturday April 20, 2013, The Rotary club of St. Martin Sunrise with a team of over 115 volunteers from different groups from St. Maarten and Anguilla came together in Dutch Quarter to give the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. School a much needed facelift. The facelift which consisted of the painting of all buildings located on the premises.

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Pictures of the newly painted Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. School. Below left - Interactors after a hard day’s painting.

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Below- Past President Irma Gumbs and AUC School of Medicine Volunteers. Interactors of Anguilla & St. Maarten.

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Above - AUC School of Medicine Volunteers. Members from Anguilla with Team St. Martin Sunrise

Hon. Minister of Education Silveria Jacobs with Team Rotary Club of St. Martin Sunrise. Team United Telephone Service (UTS), President Marcellia, Secretary Angela, Principal Stuart Johnson and teacher Ms. Maccow.

ROTARY CLUB OF LIGUANEA PLAINS, JAMAICA

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On Saturday March 9, 2013, selected children of RCLP's adopted school, New Providence Primary, who are also a part of RCLP's

Saturday classes, were taken on a Literary picnic to the zoo at Hope Botanical Gardens. The children were accompanied by IPP Nadia, Rotarians Vivianne and Natalie and Director Carolyn. District 7020 Newsletter – May, 2013

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The day was spent reading to the children, spelling words, visiting the animals and having fun. The children were treated to lunch and a variety of snacks. At the end of the day, they each were presented with a book. It was a day well spent!

ROTARY CLUB OF NASSAU SUNRISE The Rotary Club of Nassau Sunrise does it again!! On Saturday April 6, we presented Jazz at the Gallery - Evolved. We started with Jazz on the Streets, then went to Jazz on the Water, now we have descended on the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas and we have evolved!! Music was provided by a local Jazz band called Ambasah, featuring Nathan Stone - Rotarian of East Nassau - Ebony J. and Dash, with a special performance by Sean Assee. This event was somewhat different from all others presented previously as we wanted to embrace various forms of art. Guests feasted their eyes on Models showcasing Body Art by Selina and the all-Bahamian cast of Emanji Circus performed human balancing and fire acts . Guests wandered through the gallery taking in sights and sounds of Bahamian artists, delighting their palates with treats and morsels prepared by upcoming chefs from our local culinary art school. All donations are in aid of our club projects: Autism Classroom and Vegetable garden at Willard Patton Preschool and Ican - a child empowerment and development initiative. Stay tuned for more events: www.sunriserotaryevents.com

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Above left - ADG Stan Charlton and Wife Nadene. Right - Treasurer Pretino Albury, Dir. of Fundraising Emerika Robinson, member Terez Simmons

Above left - Guests enjoying the show. Right - Past President. Karen Pinder and Current President Mario Smith District 7020 Newsletter – May, 2013

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Above left - - Emanji Circus - Balancing act.

Right - Guests with body art models

READING FAIR On Sunday, April 21, the Rotary Club of Nassau Sunrise hosted a Reading Fair for the children of the Ranfurly Home. The event began with opening remarks by the Administrator and President Mario who both spoke to the importance of Reading. The event also featured an interactive session moderated by Dr. Sophia Rolle, where the students were asked to fill in the blanks for various phrases. Following this session, the children were read to by Rotarians, including incoming President Tanya Woodside, and were asked to give brief presentations of various topics. The next session featured arts and crafts and included classes on Junkanoo and Tye Dying. All of the sessions captured the attention of the students and volunteers alike.

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The event ended with a pizza party and issuing of books to the students. President Mario thanked the Literacy Chair Lynette Taylor and her Committee for organizing such a great and diverse event and congratulated them on a job well done!

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ROTARY E-CLUB OF THE CARIBBEAN, 7020 The Butterfly Storybook has been published and is available as an E-book online at the following URL. Please have a look! http://issuu.com/rotary7020/docs/butterfly_e-storybook_2013 Congratulations to all the participants and to those 10 of our young emerging writers (ages 7 to 11) who have been published. PRE-ORDER YOUR OWN LIMITED EDITION A limited number of books are being printed in hard copy and will be available for sale at the District Conference. Pre-order your copies for the low price of $10 US each. Rotary Clubs should consider purchasing a few copies for the young readers in your local communities – especially if you read to the children in your local schools. The stories are written about the Caribbean by young children living in the Caribbean. The books will make an excellent resource for all our Literacy Projects in the Caribbean. Please take the time now to pre-order your copies so that you won’t be disappointed!

PRE-ORDER YOUR COPIES – and submit payment – 2 steps Step 1 - Click this link to complete the pre-order form in its entirety. We need to know your details. Step 2 – Send us your payment as follows:   

Click our meeting website, www.rotaryeclub7020.blogspot.com. Click the PAYPAL link along the right-side menu. (Look for the “Buy Now” button.) Complete the form to send us your payment.

You don’t need a PayPal account. You can pay with Visa or MasterCard online.

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The Butterfly Storybook Contents (published authors and stories) are as follows:

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WHAT YOU MAY NOT KNOW ABOUT MANGOES! …submitted by Paul Amoury Rotary E-Club of the Caribbean, 7020 The Mango originates in Southeast Asia, with over 1000 varieties throughout the world. In my home in the Bahamas, we had three varieties, and I know of at least 20 varieties in the Bahamas, although Bahamians just call them “mango.” Mangoes have been cultivated in South Asia for thousands of years, and reached East Asia between the fourth and fifth centuries AD. By the 10th century AD, cultivation had begun in East Africa. The 14th century Moroccan traveler, Ibn Battuta, reported it at Mogadishu. Cultivation came later to Brazil, the West Indies and Mexico, where an appropriate climate allows its growth. Other locations where you can find manoes include North America (in South Florida and California's Central Valley), South and Central America, the Caribbean, Hawaii, south, west and central Africa, Australia, China, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Southeast Asia.

The mango is generally sweet, although the taste and texture of the flesh varies across cultivars, some having a soft, pulpy texture similar to an overripe plum, while the flesh of others is firmer, like a cantaloupe or avocado, or may have a fibrous texture. The energy value per 100 g (3.5 oz) is 250 kJ (60 kcal), and that of the apple mango is slightly higher (79 kcal per 100g). Mango contains a variety of phytochemicals and nutrients. The fruit pulp is high in prebiotic dietary fiber, vitamin C, diverse polyphenols and provitamin A carotenoids. In mango fruit pulp, the antioxidant vitamins A and C, vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), foliate, other B vitamins and essential nutrients, such as potassium, copper and amino acids, are present. Mango peel and pulp contain other compounds, such as pigment carotenoids and polyphenols, and omega-3 and -6 polyunsaturated fatty acids. Most Common varieties in the Southern USA and Caribbean In The Caribbean, several varieties offshoot from cross pollination. One particular invention by a grower in the Bahamas, called the Mangalo. Similar to the peach in meat texture with a very thin skin. Recipes range from Curry to Fruit salad, to Smoothies, to Salsa, and even making paste out of it to mix in a peppery dip with cream cheese. You can cut them, chop them, blend them (once the meat has been removed from the seed). However, I just like eating them, by tearing the skin off and eating the meat right off the seed. But wear a bib or eat it while sitting in the ocean, because this juicy fruit stains.

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Sources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mango http://freshmangos.com/aboutmangos/index.html http://whatscookingamerica.net/Fruit/MangoRecipes.htm

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ROTARY CLUBS OF THE CAYMAN ISLANDS

ROTARY CLUB OF PETION-VILLE, HAITI ANNUAL HEALTH FAIR On April 7, World Health Day, the Rotary Club of Pétion-Ville held its Annual Health Fair. Collaborating were about 60 doctors plus labs, pharmaceutical companies, Red Cross, and universities.

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Patients received free access to examinations (pediatric and adult), tests (Pap smear, colonoscopy, endoscopy) lab works (CBC, HIV, sickle cell), ophthalmology, etc.

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We expected 500 patients; 690 were actually received during the day.

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23 February 1905. What was....?

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The Charter Night Dinner for Rotary Club of Chicago? Paul Harris' Birthday? The night four men decided to start an organization in Chicago? The First Regular meeting of Rotary Club of Chicago?

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ROTARY CLUB OF ST. THOMAS The Rotary Club of St. Thomas held its annual Paul Harris Awards Dinner on March 30, 2013, at the St. Peter’s Greathouse. The Honorable Governor John DeJongh was the guest speaker, along with special guest speaker, Career Ambassador Terrence A. Todman. Ambassador Todman, a native of St. Thomas, is an American diplomat who served as the United States Ambassador to Chad, Guinea, Costa Rica, Spain, Denmark and Argentina. In 1990, he was awarded the rank of Career Ambassador. Ambassador Todman was awarded an “Honorary Paul Harris Fellow Award” in recognition of his 41 years of “Service above self” to his country. Service above self is the true meaning of Rotary. Also being honored was Jason Charles, for his service in raising thousands of dollars for the Nana Baby Home, one of the club’s special projects. Attending this very special awards dinner were Congresswoman Donna M. Christensen, Chief Justice Rhys S. Hodge, the Honorable Orlando Smith, Premier of the British Virgin Islands and Rotary District 7020 Governor, Vance M. Lewis. Several Senators also attended the dinner - Senator Janette Millin Young, Senator Myron Jackson, Senator Shawn Malone along with many other Rotarians and notable guests. In 1917, Rotary International President Arch C. Klumph proposed that an endowment be set up “for the purpose of doing good in the world.” In 1928, when the endowment fund had grown to more than 5,000, it was renamed The Rotary Foundation, and it became a distinct entity within Rotary International. One of the Rotary Foundation’s programs is the Paul Harris Awards. The Paul Harris Award, named after Rotary’s founder, honors individuals who have donated $1,000 or more to Rotary’s Annual Programs Fund, Polio Plus, or the Humanitarian Grants Program or people who have that amount contributed in their name, can be recognized as Paul Harris Fellows. Each new Paul Harris Fellow receives a commemorative certificate and a pin. In addition to Ambassador Todman and Jason Charles, eleven individuals were honored as Paul Harris Fellows for their service above self and their generous donations.” Above - Ambassador Todman being pinned.

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At left - Aimery Caron, George Blackhall, Dante DeCastro, Jan French, Sandra Castorena, Don Robinson, Nicole Emerich, Bettina Miller, Donna Liska, Heflyn Royer and Paul Doumeng.

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CARIBBEAN PARTNERSHIP Building a better future for our CAHS Students On 4/13/13, The Rotary Club of St. Thomas, in partnership with The Rotary Club of Union County, Georgia, and the Rotary Foundation donated to the Charlotte Amalie High School over $30,300 in supplies for their 180 Reading Program. Read 180 is a computer based intervention program that offers student supplemental reading help. The program was introduced about 8 years ago to help students struggling with reading. The Rotary Club of St. Thomas officially adopted the High School in 1994, and over the years has donated money and supplies to their Reading Program and Auto Repair shop. The Rotary Club of St. Thomas has also presented prior donations of $30,000 worth of automotive tools and equipment to the Charlotte Amalie High School Vocational Education program. At left – students and staff present a certificate of merit to the Rotary Club of St. Thomas. The Club is known for its commitment to serving the Virgin Islands Community. The Rotarians volunteer their time, efforts and money to assist with special service projects that make being a Rotarian so worthwhile. The school does not have the funds for this project, and to the Rotarians, this is so important for the young students of this community. In 1995, The Rotary Club of St. Thomas established a Career Center at CAHS and provided computers, printers, and an electronic Whiteboard. The Career center gives the students a place to search for information on colleges, careers and the military. The Rotary Club of St. Thomas is particularly grateful to our partnering clubs and the Rotary Foundation for their continued and generous support of the Charlotte Amalie High School.

ST. JOHN-A-THON The Rotary Club of St Thomas raises funds for local and international projects with its annual St John-a-thon. The St John-a-thon is a 13-mile sponsored run/walk across St John from East to West starting in Hanson Bay and finishing in Cruz Bay. The participants are usually members of the Rotary Club of St. Thomas although from time to time, there have been "Guest Runners". This year’s event took place on Sunday, March 17, 2013. The Rotarians running were Jan Robinson, Lawrence Aqui, Roger White and Marston Winkles. This year, the club raised $13,000, which is $1,000 per mile.

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The first St John-a-thon was held in March 2004. This year, the club is celebrating its 10th anniversary for this fundraiser. Three Rotarians from the Rotary Club of St Thomas participated back in 2004: Marshall Bell, Kent Hardenbrook and Marston Winkles. That first year was to raise funds towards the club's Rotary Centennial Project which was the Healing Garden at the Kimmelman Cancer center. The Rotary Club of St. Thomas donated $100,000 to create the Healing Garden at the Kimmelman Cancer Center in 2004. At left - Gaylin Vogel and Rotarians Marston Winkles, Lawrence Aqui, Jan Robinson and Roger White. Each year since then, the club has raised anywhere between $9,500 and $15,000. This year, $13,000 was raised to be contributed three ways: Two local projects (Charlotte Amaile High School and Polio Plus) and our ongoing commitment with the Rotary Club of Lira in Northern Uganda. In Uganda, the club has facilitated relocation and provided prosthetics for mine victims, purchased farming tools, beehives and sewing machines and provided relocation and education for child soldiers. In St. Thomas, for CAHS, the club provided Automotive diagnostic equipment and tools and equipment for the automotive body/paint shop and District 7020 Newsletter – May, 2013

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computers for the Reading 180 program and computers for the career center. Locally, the fundraiser has also funded projects with My Brother’s Work Shop and the Savan Boys Club.

ROTARY CLUB OF SINT MAARTEN Rotary Club of St. Maarten recognizes and supports the efforts made to increase awareness about autism in St. Maarten. President of Love of Kids Foundation Mrs. Heather Mercuur made a presentation during the club's meeting at Divi Littlebay on Wednesday April 10. The subject of Autism has received more attention this month considering that April 2 was World Autism Day. World Autism Day was agreed by the United Nations in 2007. It is intended to bring the world's attention to autism, a pervasive disorder that affects tens of millions, by encouraging member states to take measures to raise awareness about autism throughout society and to encourage early diagnosis and early intervention. According to president of the Love of Kids Foundation, there are a growing number of children who may be autistic or have another form of learning challenges, but whose condition is not properly diagnosed by a professional and therefore adequate steps are often not taken. There is still a lot unknown about autism, but research continues to take place. President Robert Judd of the Rotary Club of St. Maarten presented a donation on behalf the members in order to assist the Love of Kids Foundation with two of several information events that the foundation will be hosting throughout the year. The community is encouraged to attend these information sessions and to visit www.loveofkids.net; "the child you may be helping may be your own". In the Photo: Maria Buncamper Secr./Pres./ Elect, James Ferris Assistant District Governor 7020, Heather Mercuur Pres. Love of Kids Fnd, Robert Judd Pres. Rotary Club of St. Maarten

The Council on Legislation, Rotary's "parliament," meets every three years to deliberate and act upon all proposed enactments and resolutions submitted by clubs, district conferences, the General Council and Conference of Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland, and the RI Board. The Council itself also makes proposals.

The Council comprises more than 500 representatives from every part of the Rotary world. Voting members include one elected representative of the clubs of each Rotary district. Some nonvoting members include the chair and vice chair of the Council, the RI president, members of the RI Board, and past RI presidents. (source Rotary International)

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The Council on Legislation is an important part of Rotary’s governance process. While the Board of Directors sets policies for Rotary International, the Council is where Rotary clubs have their say in the governance of the association. Every three years, each district sends a representative to the Council, which reviews proposed legislation. Every club and district is entitled to submit legislation to the Council, and some of Rotary’s most important work has resulted from Council action. Women were admitted into Rotary because of the action of the 1989 Council on Legislation, and PolioPlus was born as the result of the 1986 Council.

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THE ROTARACT CORNER Rotary Club of St. Martin Sunrise and Rotaract Sunrise collaborated recently in hosting a 4way speech competition for high school students, The purpose is to help students and the community understand, encourage, and foster the principles of Rotary and the objects of “Service Above Self.” Students were required to deliver a speech on an original topic incorporating the principles of Rotary's Four-Way Test. They had to use facts, statistics, stories, examples, quotations and could have added humour and personal touches to their speeches. At right – winners of the 4-way Test Speech competition. The judges were Judy Fitzpatrick, Former Min. Education Dr. Rhoda Arrindell, and St. Martin Nord Josianne Fleming.

Above left – President Marcellia Henry of St. Martin Rotary Sunrise awarded Rotaract President Alicia Lake during Rotaract week. Above right – Rotaractors at the 4-way Test Speech Competition.

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MAKE YOUR PLANS NOW

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********* REFERENCES

Adams, Randal. Speaking of Rotary. E.J. Press, U.S.A. 2007. Chapman, Mary. Growing Rotary. A Personal Collection of Ideas That Worked. Dochterman, Cliff. The ABCs of Rotary. Evanston, Illinois: Rotary International. (363-EN) Forward, David C. A Century of Service. The Story of Rotary International. (912-EN) Rotary History Fellowship - http://www.rotaryhistoryfellowship.org Rotary International. Honoring Our Past: The Words and Wisdom of Paul Harris. Evanston, Illinois: 1996. (925-EN)

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Rotary International. Rotary Basics. Evanston, Illinois. (595-EN) Rotary International News. Online.

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Submissions from District 7020 Clubs Please send Club News and photos (with appropriate IDs) to Kitty at ladykitt@gmail.com For inclusion in the District Newsletter District 7020 Newsletter – May, 2013

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