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Portsmouth-DM

Service Above Self

We Meet Thursdays @ 5:30pm
Rejens Hotel
Tel +1 767 616 3001
RotaryPortsmouthDM@gmail.com
Picard, Portsmouth,  -
Dominica
 
Directors
President
Treasurer
Secretary
Foundation chair
Sargent at Arms
Membership chair
PR Chair
Admin Chair
 

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DECEMBER 10th Charter Night and Fundraising Dinner for HAITI

New Board for 2016-2017 Installed

Starting a new Rotary year, the new board for the Rotary Club of Portsmouth was formally installed on Thursday July 7th at Restaurant The Champs.
 
 

Several members of  the crew from the R/V Chapman a 137 foot research vessel out of Curacao visited the March 3rd meeting of the Rotary Club of  Portsmouth.

 

I am a Rotarian because...
 
Kenneth is proud to be a Rotarian because it gives him to opportunity to be part of collective humanitarian project and to collectively experience and share joy when a need is fulfilled. 
Would you like to become a Portsmouth Rotarian? Leave a comment, a message or visit https://www.facebook.com/rotaryportsmouthdm/ 
 

I am a Rotarian because...

Because Rotary is Family,
Wherever you go in the world, you are most welcomed !
Because Rotary is Fulfilling it's goals.
No Fear, it makes things Happen . Why? Because We are Family! 
So I am Happy to serve Rotary, because It makes people Happy
Annick Giraud
Rotary Club of Portsmouth  Dominica
 
Come and join us!
 

I am a Rotarian because...

 
Hello, my name is Sari Prosper, teacher at the Dominica Seventh Day Adventist Secondary School in Glanvillia.
I am a Rotarian because I  want to make a difference in my community and I want to see positive changes in my community that I made a contribution towards. I love what Rotary stands for  "service above self".,  reminds me and encourages me to serve my community more than I serve myself. 
 
  
 
 

I am a Rotarian because...

Hi, my name is Shirley St. Jean and I'm born and raised in Portsmouth. From my 16 till 2 years ago I lived in Europe and the US.
I'm happy to be back in Dominica and i'm proud to be a Rotarian because I want tot give back to my community.
 
Here’s Your Chance to
Win Big Two Ways.
 
Buy a $10 raffle ticket from the Rotary Club of Portsmouth and you’ll have a chance to win one of many valuable prizes and at the same time help support the ongoing community improvement projects that the club sponsors.
 
The Grand Prize is a 3-night stay for 2 at the 5-Star Sonesta Maho Beach Resort & Casino in Sint Maarten, plus FREE Round-Trip tickets for 2, on Winair*.
 
Or win other very valuable prizes like:
Emergency Room Renovation Progress
 
On Thursday June 18th, members of the Rotary Club of Portsmouth met at the Reginald Armour Hospital in Portsmouth to inspect progress on their project to renovate and modernize the hospital’s Emergency Room facility.
 
The contractor Mr. Charlesbert John showed the officers and members the new tiled floor and wall partitions separating the new entrance, doctors office, four new treatment rooms and bathroom facilities and he also answered questions from club members.
 
Dr. Candia Jacob, representing the Ministry of Health was also present to answer members questions and discuss the work being done on the emergency room and reception area of the hospital.
 
The contractor estimates completion of the Emergency Room project by the end of July. The members were all excited to see the work in progress and anticipate a modernized emergency room for the Portsmouth hospital in a matter of weeks.
 

Rotary Club of Portsmouth Family Open House

Last Sunday, 22nd of February, the Rotary Club of Portsmouth held their first Family Open House at P.A.Y.S., Purple Turtle. The Open House was to enable people of the community to learn what projects our club has done and working on and what our Rotary club stands for.

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BBQ chicken and a large variety of side dishes and juices were offered to all attending.

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ImageA raffle was held with a prize of $100.00 EC which was won by a Cuban nurse working at the Portsmouth Hospital.

 

 

 

 

Music was provided by the Portsmouth band, “Heart Beat”, who donated their time for our event and provided a great show which was enjoyed by everyone. The band also provided a limbo stick that was well tested by many Rotary members and guests, creating a very fun environment.

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Rotarian Zoe and Arjun showed and helped the children to make very colorful and interesting face masks, materials provided by Rotarian Gregor.

 

ImageImageWe also had face painting done by our Rotary Friend Grethel Tavernier-Casrle, who also donated her wonderful talent.
Not only did the children enjoy this event but the adults did too.

 

 

ImageThe club also had a bouncy castle for the children to enjoy which was a great attraction.

 

 

ImageThroughout the area of the event, posters signs were placed showing the projects the club has accomplished and ones still being worked on. The poster signs were done by Signs Plus of Portsmouth.

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The event was such a great success we believe this will become an annual event, thanks to all.

 

 

Home Page News

Following the visit of our District Governor Lara Quentall-Thomas on Nov 1, 2011 we now have a confirmed agenda for the set-up of the new Rotary Club in the North of Dominica, the Rotary Club of Portsmouth.


 

 

 

 

 

 
 
An optimist is the human personification of spring.
 
 
We could never learn to be brave and patient, if there were only joy in the world.
 
 
 
 
 

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