Meeting of March 5th 2019
Many thanks to Rtn Lenny and Windjammer Landing Resort for the very yummy Birthday Cake
President Lenita Cutting the Birthday Cake
PP Gene Recounting his Life as a Rotarian After Joining as a Charter Member in 1993
Visiting Rotarian PP Peter Douch and his Wife Josephine (next to PE Joel)
Rotarian Lenny with PP Dahlia.  Anyone notice that she has purple hair???
PP Maria (Charter Member) in foreground
PP Jonathan Everett was remembered by all as we toasted our Club
We were delighted to welcome Noella Sankar of the Good News Project  to our meeting, along with PP Peter Douch from RC Wimborne, UK and his wife Josephine.
President Lenita asked all those who wished to move a toast to RCGI, to stand and do so in turn.  From new Rotarians to the ...not so new Rotarians, toasted to our small yet highly accomplished club. PP Gene who was the club's 2nd President, spoke for the longest, having been given permission so to do by the President.  He recalled the Bells of Gros Islet which was our very first project.  The Bell tower appears on our trading banner today.  He reminded us that Grow Well started off twenty four years ago as a drop in centre for at risk children, and that the centre had grown from strength to strength in the last twenty four years.  Past President Jonathan was remembered fondly, and we raised a toast in his honour.

We Celebrated ALL Women on March 8th with special  thoughts of those who are Rotarians