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New Kingston

Service Above Self

We meet Fridays at 7:45 AM
Altamont Court Hotel
Altamont Crescent
Kingston 5, St. Andrew  00000
Jamaica

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(876) 977-7869
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President of the Rotary Club of New Kingston Dr William “Bill” Aiken (left), stands with the General Manager of the Urban Development Corporation (UDC) Dr Damian Graham (center) as he receives a certificate from Assistant Govenor Novlet Green-Deans for Rotary District 7020 following his presentation to the club's breakfast meeting last Friday . 
 
 
Conflict and violence displace millions of people each year. Half of those killed in conflict are children, and 90 percent are civilians. 
 
We refuse to accept conflict as a way of life. Rotary projects provide training that fosters understanding and provides communities with the skills to resolve conflicts.
 
 
President of the Rotary Club of New Kingston Dr William “Bill” Aiken, presents Aditi Dhiman, executive, JN Group with a certificate following her presentation to the club's breakfast meeting last Friday. 
 
 
This is the month when we “recognize all useful occupations as worthy of respect” and when we can use our “work as an opportunity to serve society”, remembering the Second Object of Rotary: “High ethical standards in business and professions; the recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations, and the dignifying of each Rotarian's occupation as an opportunity to serve society”.
 

Our health is everything. Yet 400 million people in the world can’t afford or don’t have access to basic health care. We believe good health care is everyone’s right.

The Rotary Foundation is changing the world by providing grants for projects and activities around the globe and in your own backyard.

The Rotary Foundation transforms your gifts into service projects that change lives both close to home and around the world.
During the past 100 years, the Foundation has spent $3 billion on life-changing, sustainable projects.

With your help, we can make lives better in your community and around the world.

In the month of October, Rotary will celebrate the Area of Focus "Economic and Community Development". Rotary members train people to become resources for their community, offering networking activities, advice on new business development, and mathematics and financial management training.

Rotary members make amazing things happen, like:

 
The Rotary Club of New Kingston partnered with the Rotaract Club of New Kingston and the Interact Club of St. Georges College in making it a true Rotary family affair as they embarked in planting thirteen trees in accordance with the Rotary International President's mandate of planting 1.2 million trees.
 
This hands on project afforded the family the opportunity to bond and fellowship as they executed the project. The Principal of St. Georges College was elated to host the Rotary Club and looks forward to more joint ventures in the future.
 
Special thanks to the Rotaractors and Interactors who participated and make the project a success. The club also donated white boards to the school.
 
From left: Maxine Allen, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Victoria Jubilee Hospital; Dr Orville Morgan, Senior Medical Officer; and Sister Lillian McDonald along with Rotary Club of New Kingston's President Elect Peta-Gay Pryce (third right); Director Troy Bygrave and Dr William Aiken, the club's president look at the water cooler donated by the club to assist nursing mothers of the breastfeeding unit at the Victoria Jubilee Hospital.
(from left to right displaying certificate of membership): Trisann Robinson, Candice Petgrave, Shantel Baker and Devanne Smith. Other members in the photo are President Diego Thomas, Rtr. Anique Senior, Rtr. Sean Nelson, Rtr. Nathaylia Wilberforce, Rtr. Shawna Brown and President Bill Aiken.
 
The Rotaract Club of New Kingston was chartered in 2004 and sponsored by the Rotary Club of New Kingston. They meet 1st and 3rd Thursdays of every month at the Liguanea Club at 7pm.
 
On September 7, 2017 President Bill Aiken was in attendance to inducted 4 new Rotaractors.
 
Join us in welcoming the world's newest Rotaractors!!!
 
 
Members of the Rotary Club of New Kingston making a donation to the New Kingston Police Post
 
During the last Rotary year, the Rotary Club of New Kingston started a project with the New Kingston Police post where an assessment was done on the needs of the unit.
 
On September 1, 2017, the club donated two refurbished computers which were acquired from Guardian Life Jamaica Limited. A much needed water dispenser was also donated to the post, as the high volume of traffic handled each day ranks them as one of the busiest on the island.
 
The scores of civilians who visit the post each week and the officers who service them can be kept hydrated as reports are received and processed.
 

In our Rotary calendar the month of September is Basic Education and Literacy. The Rotary Foundation supports education through scholarships, donations, and service projects around the world. 

Rotary members make amazing things happen, like:

August is Membership Month, which means it’s time to celebrate your Rotary club, your members, and the good you do in your community and around the world.
 
There are many ways to join in the celebration, but here are a few activities to get you started:
 
The staff of the Harrison Home for The Aged in Kingston were all smiles as Manager Blondell Caines (third left) accepted a sphygmomanometer from Dr William Aiken (third right), president of the Rotary Club Of New Kingston. The club also donated several batches of disposable supplies to assist with the day-to-day care of the elderly residents of the home.
 
The Rotary Club of New Kingston welcomes President William Aiken who will lead the club during 2017/18.  He reminds us that RI's strategic priorities and the club's are closely interwoven. The overriding strategic priorities of the incoming RCNK 2017-2018 administration are 1) To increase the visibility of the RCNK in the New Kingston area and beyond 2) To improve the level of fun, fellowship and friendship among members 3) To target all 6 areas of focus in our projects.
 
 
The Rotary of New Kingston donated chairs to the New Kingston Police Post on June 2, 2017.
President Rose-Marie Gibbs has challenged the club to be more visible in the New Kingston Area and this project is the beginning of a series of visits to the New Kingston Police Post. President Elect William Aiken has also pledged that the relationship will continue throughout his presidential year. A needs assessment will be done and the club will see how best it can engage it's members as well as Corporate New Kingston to join forces in assisting the Post.
 
Rotary Fellowships are independent, social groups that share a common passion. Being part of a fellowship is a fun way to make friends around the world.
 
How do I join a fellowship?
Fellowships are open to Rotarians, family members, and program participants and alumni. You can contact a fellowship directly by using the information listed in the Rotary Fellowships directory. Or search our discussion groups to find Rotary and Rotaract members with similar interests.
 
How do I form a fellowship?
Start by finding others who share you interest.
 
Join a discussion group or start a new one. It's a great way to share your interest with other members.
Use Rotary’s presence on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn to promote your idea.
Ask your district Rotary Fellowships chair for assistance. Reach out to district Rotary Fellowships chairs in other countries to build membership by emailing us.
Be sure you meet the criteria for a fellowship and apply for official recognition.
 

Join the global movement of young leaders who are developing innovative solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges.

  • Rotaract clubs bring together people ages 18-30 to exchange ideas with leaders in the community, develop leadership and professional skills, and have fun through service.
  • Interact clubs bring together young people ages 12-18 to develop leadership skills while discovering the power of Service Above Self. 
  • EarlyAct is a school-wide service club for elementary students from ages 5 to 13. It is sponsored by one of the local Rotary clubs in the township in which the school is located. 
  • Youth Exchange is a study-abroad opportunity for young people who spend anywhere from a few weeks to a full year as an international student hosted by local Rotary clubs.
 
 
On Sunday April, 30, 2017, the annual Church Service to mark the chartering of the Rotary Club of New Kingston (RCNK) was held at the Bethel Baptist Church, Hope Road.
 
This year the club celebrated its 27th anniversary. The Church Service was followed by a Brunch at the home of Past President Wayne Powell and his wife, Jennifer.  
 
 
 
 
L-R Rotarian Carl Chantrielle (Charter Member) and President Rosemarie Gibbs
 
The Rotary Club of New Kingston Inducted Rotarian Carl Chantrielle as a Paul Harris Fellow on April 28, 2017.

Rotarian Carl has been a sterling Rotarian since the chartering of RCNK back in April 1990. The club wishes to recognize Rtn Carl for his contribution to the club, his community, his country and the Rotary movement.
 
 
 
L-R Past President Delano Hayre (sponsor), Mr. Oral Ashley (Inductee) and President Rosemarie Gibbs
 
The Rotary Club of New Kingston Inducted a new member on April 7, 2017.
Mr Oral Ashley (Project Manager) was was sponsored by Past President Delano Hayre.
 
This is the third Rotarian being added to the club under President Rosemarie Gibbs' administration. Rotarian Oral was ecstatic about being a member and looks forward to making an impact to the lives of those in need through his vocation.
 
 
 
 

Rotary makes high-quality health care available to vulnerable mothers and children so they can live longer and grow stronger.

We expand access to quality care, so mothers and children everywhere can have the same opportunities for a healthy future. An estimated 5.9 million children under the age of five die each year because of malnutrition, inadequate health care, and poor sanitation — all of which can be prevented. Rotary provides education, immunizations, birth kits, and mobile health clinics.

Women are taught how to prevent mother-to-infant HIV transmission, how to breast-feed, and how to protect themselves and their children from disease. The Rotary Foundation reaches mothers and children in need by giving communities the help and training they need to take control of their own maternal and infant health care.

 
 

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President Lloyd Butler was involved in discussions with young men of The Possibility Programme hosted by the National Youth Service on International Literacy Day, September 8, at the unveiling of a reading space at the Goodwin Park Hostel. The discussion was around the theme, Literacy and Sustainable Development.
 
 
 
 

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In keeping with the RI theme “Reach within to embrace humanity,” the Rotary Club of New Kingston invites nomination for its annual Gary Grant Vocational Service Awards. The award is presented in 2 categories, namely;

1.    One award to a Rotarian who has excelled in his/her chosen vocation in the service of humanity; and

2.    One award to a non-Rotarian (individual or organization) whose contribution to the vocation to which he/she/it is attached has been exemplary.  

 
 

District Governor Guy Theodore visited the Rotary Club of New Kingston at our Breakfast Meeting on October 7, 2011. 

  

 
 

The Rotary Club of New Kingston welcomed its newest member when Rtn Joelle Smith was inducted by District Governor Guy Theodore on Friday October 7th, 2011, at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel.

 

 
 

Christmas Breakfast: December 16, 2011


 

 
 
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.