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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Antigua

Antigua

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 12:30 PM
Rotary House
Corner Factory Road and Nugent Avenue
St. John's, Antigua & Barbuda  WI
Antigua and Barbuda
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Home Page Stories
Mr. Daryl Jackson was guest speaker at the Club's meeting on Wednesday, August 2, 2017.  He basically updated members on the status of the Telecommunications Regulatory Reform that is before the parliament.  Full details follow.
President Eric Joseph in his Acceptance Speech thanked the Club for selecting him to serve as President and explained his journey into becoming a Rotarian to present. 
He also expounded on RI Six Are of Focus and the RI Theme this Year....'Rotary Serving Humanity'.  President Eric also listed the various projects to be executed this year and the re-introduction of the Wheelchair Project and a Renewable Energy Power Project.
Mr. Athlee Rodney, Deputy Commissioner of Police(Ag.) address at the Handover Ceremony, on July 1, 2017, La Bussola Restaurant on the topic Aspire to Serve.
ALVIN APPARICIO (CHARTER PRESIDENT)    1972
NORMAN ATHILL                                                 1973/74/75
STEVEN SHOUL                                                   1975/76
JAMES THOMAS                                                  1976/77
GERRY THOMAS                                                  1977/78
LOUIS LOCKHART                                               1978/79
ERNIE LETBY                                                       1979/80
ANTHONY MICHAEL                                            1980/81
PATRICK BENJAMIN                                           1981/82
KENNETH GOMEZ                                               1982/83
KEVIN BELIZAIRE                                                                1983/84
MALCOLM EDWARDS                                         1984/85
WILBUR HARRIGAN                                            1985/86
HAMISH WATSON                                                1986/87
ROLSTON BARTHLEY                                         1987/88
KEN KENTISH                                                       1988/89
FRANKIE DEABREAU                                         1989/90
EVERETT CHRISTIAN                                          1990/91
CLAUDE BARRIERE                                            1991/92
ESAU MANSOOR                                                  1992/93
WALTON THEODORE                                          1993/94
HARTLEY WILLIAMS                                           1994/95
 KENNETH BENJAMIN                                         1995/96
CARLE WALTER                                                  1996/97
ANTHONY PESTAINA                                          1997/98
SAMUEL BENJAMIN                                            1998/99
GERALD A WATT                                                                1990/00
HERBERT JOHN MAGINLEY JR.                        2000/01
DANIELCADET                                                     2001/02
BENGT BERNTSSON                                           2002/03
GRACE CEPHAS-LEWIS                                     2003/04
ANDY MCDONALD                                              2004/05
WILBUR HARRIGAN                                            2005/06
SALEM KHOULY                                                  2006/07
PAUL RYAN                                                          2007/08
ARTHUR THOMAS                                               2008/09
CORDELL JOSIAH                                               2009/10
ERROL SAMUEL                                                  2010/11
DENISE ARMSTRONG                                         2011/12
PHILLIP HARRIS                                                  2012/13
ATO KENTISH                                                       2013/14
LORRAINE JOSIAH                                              2014/15
SHARON CORDNER                                            2015/16
EVANGELINE ALLEN                                           2016/17
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
Speakers
Past Speakers
Mr. Daryl Jackson
Aug 02, 2017
Current state of Telecommunication Regulatory Reform
Senator Michael Freeland
May 17, 2017
Rotary Serving Humanity-Youth Perspective
Past President Gerry Watts
May 03, 2017
The Rights of the Governor General, under the Law to call a Commission of Inquiry.
Mr. Lionel Michael
Mar 15, 2017
Water and Sanitation
Rotaract President, Jessica Challenger
Jan 25, 2017
Mid Year Report
Mrs. DIanne Lala-Rodrigues
Aug 17, 2016
Antigua and Barbuda Bureau of Standards
Rotaract President Jessica Challenger
Jul 27, 2016
Rotaract President’s Plan of Action 2016-17
Rotaract President Jessica Challenger
Jul 27, 2016
Rotaract President’s Plan of Action 2016-17 cont'd
President Evangeline Allen
Jul 20, 2016
President’s Plan of Action 2016-17
President Evangeline Allen
Jul 20, 2016
Plan of Acction 2016-2017 cont'd
President Evangeline Allen
Jul 20, 2016
President’s Plan of Action 2016-17 cont'd
Honourable Samantha Marshall
Jul 06, 2016
Rotary Serving Humanity
Mr. Darwin Telemaque
Sep 23, 2015
Port Manager's Overview of the Economic & Social Transformation Impact on Ports
 
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