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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
Jamaica

Phone:
(876) 977-7869
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While Rotary International (RI) admitted women to membership in 1987, the Rotary Club of New Kingston only admitted women to our club 10 years ago on April 30, 2010.

Today we celebrate 10 years of ‘Women in RCNK’ on our 30th Anniversary.
 
Featured are our current female members who continue to elevate the Rotary flag.

We tip our hat to each of you and thank you for being a part of us. We love and appreciate you!

#RCNK30
July 1st marks the start of the new Rotary year. With this new chapter comes the changing of the guard. Here’s your chance to know a bit more about our new President Dr. Lowell Dilworth. We know him as the ‘stylish doctor’ but did you know Lowell is also an avid sportsman and once owned a sound system? Read on …
President Lowell Dilworth
President Elect Donair Wilmouth
President Nominee Travis Graham
Vice President Neville Graham
Immediate Past President Peta-Gay Pryce
Treasurer Neville Graham
Sergeant-at-Arms Danny Hayre
Membership & Vocational Services Director Travis Graham
Rotary Foundation & International Service Director William Aiken
Public Image Director Wayne Thorpe
Club Administration Director Peta-Gay Pryce
Community Service Director Marvin Reid
Fundraising Director Ryan McKenzie
Youth Service Director Tamara Maxwell-Green
Disaster Management Chair Garth Alexander
Club Trainer Troy Bygrave
Family of Rotary Clive McLean
 
 
 
Rotaractor Wayne Thorpe from the New Kingston Rotaract Club transitions to the Rotary Club of New Kingston under the classification Insurance-Life.
 
 
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:

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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.
 
 
 
Club Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
President Nominee
Vice President
Immediate Past President
Treasurer
Sergeant-at-Arms
Membership Chair
Rotary Foundation Chair
Public Image Chair
Club Administration Chair
Service Projects Chair
Fundraising Chair
Disaster Relief Chair
Director Youth Service
Club Trainer
Leadership Development Chair
Family of Rotary
 
 

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