District 7020

 
 
 
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Anguilla   British Virgin Islands   Cayman Islands   Haiti    Jamaica   St. Barth   St Maarten   St Martin   The Bahamas   Turks & Caicos   US Virgin Islands
 
District Governor Patrick Adizua and
Rotary International President Barry Rassin
2018 - 2019

 

 

 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

Dear Fellow Rotarians,

The month of March is significant because we celebrate two important milestones of our Rotary service.
In 1968, the Charlotte North Carolina Rotary club started a youth program that has now become a worldwide Rotary program in support of youth. Engaging these energetic, innovative and vibrant young future leaders is like getting tangled in a firework. 
 
As we celebrate with them in the week leading to the 13thof March, let us embrace them as partners, with a strong focus on their development as young adults and future leaders. 
 
-1949 Rotary International Convention, New York, New York, USA
 
      “If we train our youth properly, we need not have any fear as to the future of the   
         world.” 
 
The inspiration will be palpable when we are able to bridge that gap between us and empower them for the future. They are our future community leaders, and that is where our Rotary service begins.
 
While we serve in countless ways, we have focused our efforts in selected areas so we can maximize our impact. This month we are emphasizing that water is critical for sustainable development and the eradication of poverty and hunger.
Water and sanitation are preconditions to life and we must put a greater focus on these human rights. 
We need to remember the importance of sanitation and hygiene, as we engage in projects that will impact our communities.
 
YIRS,

DG Patrick

 
 
HURRICANE RECOVERY FUND

In response to the devastation caused by Category 5 Hurricane Irma throughout District 7020’s many islands, the District has set up a Disaster Recover Fund.
 
The fund will be managed by Rotary’s DNA-RAG Rotarian Action Group, a 501(c)3, in cooperation with District 7020’s Disaster Relief Committee.
 
 
For Online Donations
 
 
 
To contribute please wire funds to:
 
Name of Account:  Disaster Network of Assistance - Rotarian Action Group, Inc. dba “DNA-RAG”
 
Account #: 12 1682 8928
 
Swift Code: PNCCUS33
 
Physical address of Bank:  PNC Bank, 9033 Glades Rd, Boca Raton, FL  33433
 
Contact: PDG Phil Lustig, Vice Chair, Tel: 1 561 212 6554   Email: phil.lustig3@gmail.com
 
Ensure payee instructions entered for: “District 7020 Hurricane Irma Fund”
 
 
 
For further information on District 7020 contact:
 
District 7020 Disaster Chair: Jacqueline Heyliger
Email: jjheyliger7020@hotmail.com  Tel: +1 340 277 3201
 
Past District Governor Jeremy Hurst
Email: jeremyhurst7020@gmail.com  Tel: +1 345 525 9900