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Published by rotaract.nassau.sunset, 2019-11-30 16:06:46

RCNS Newsletter_V1I4

RCNS Newsletter_V1I4



November 30th, 2019


PG. 2 – A Weekend of Fellowship Through Service
PG. 3 – RCNS Visits Healing Communicators
PG. 4 – Interactors Take Over!
PG. 5 – Rotaractors Meet DG Delma
PG. 6 – Clothing to Show We Care
PG. 7- Jolly Sunsetters
PG. 8 – Sunsetters Give Thanks at Sunrise
PG. 9 – RCNS Against Violence


A Weekend of Fellowship Through

The first weekend of November proved to
be a very busy one for Sunsetters as they
took part in three different service events!
First up, members headed to Government
High School, alongside Interactors, to
beautify the reading garden there. Later
on, Sunsetters held a fantastic bake sale in
the Harbour Bay Shopping Plaza. All the
while, a group of Sunsetters who had
travelled to Freeport partook in cleanup
efforts alongside members of The Rotaract
Club of Freeport.

RCNS Visits Healing Communicators

Members of The Rotaract Club of
Nassau Sunset were very pleased to
be invited to attend a Toastmasters
meeting with Club 7178 during the
month of November. It is always a
pleasure to broaden our horizons

and try new things as we grow as
leaders. RCNS thanks President Kyle
of Club 7178 for the invitation and


Interactors Take Over!

As the very first meeting of the month of
November took place during World
Interact Week, it was only fitting that
Interactors from The Government High
School would lead out in an RCNS meeting.
Rotaractors, Interactors, and visiting
Rotarians alike had a wonderful time
during this meeting and look forward to
working together to fulfill the vision and
mission of Rotary International.

Rotaractors Meet DG Delma

November is a month to remember
as none other than District Governor

Delma made a stop to visit
Rotaractors and Rotarians here in

The Bahamas. Sunsetters were
pleased to meet the DG along with

other Rotaractors from various
clubs across The Bahamas.

Clothing to Show We Care

As the weather begins to change, and
there is more of a chill in the air,
Sunsetters took to the streets to

provide clothing for those in need. In
addition to this, RCNS made a donation
of female clothing to the Breast Cancer

Society of The Bahamas’ Thrift Shop.
We know that many have benefited and
will benefit from these acts of service.

Jolly Sunsetters

Jollification 2019!!

Members of the Rotaract Club of
Nassau Sunset made it their

business to lend a hand to The
Bahamas National Trust at the
annual Jollification. Nothing like a
jolly bit of service to bring in the

holiday season!

Sunsetters Give Thanks at Sunrise

On Thanksgiving morning, Sunsetters visited
with their sponsor club – The Rotary Club of

Nassau Sunrise where they assisted in
assembling care packages for Sunrise’s
Thanksgiving Day Distribution at the
Demetrius Old Folks Home. During this great
morning of fellowship, members of both
clubs also wrote letters expressing what they
are most thankful for. Sunsetters, ofcourse,
are ever-thankful for their beloved sponsor
club – The Rotary Club of Nassau Sunrise!

RCNS Against Violence

During the month of November,
Rotaractors across The Bahamas united

in the fight to end violence against
women. To this end, members wore
orange and/or black to show their
support for this cause every Thursday

during the month of November.
Moreover, on November 30th, 2019,

members of Sunset along with
Rotaractors from clubs throughout The

Bahamas will come together on
Goodmans Bay to raise public

Awareness of this cause.

Nassau Sunset partnered with the Kiwanis

Club of Fort Montagu, Kiwanis Club of Cable

MEMBERSHIPBeach, BreAnn’s Care Closet, Carey’s Uniform

Center, and Collie Sounds and Lighting to

SPOTLIGHThost the ultimate back to school jamboree for

31 children of the Southern Community
Tennis Camp.

The children were provided with school

uniform vouchers, backpacks filled with

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❖ Felicia Beneby ❖Georgette Taylor
Congratulations to Rtr. Felicia who
recently graduated with her

master’s degree from Queen’s

❖ K’Ron Lightbourn ❖Dir. Ebony Thompson
This month, former Rtr. K’Ron was ❖Dir. Otisca Tarpley
pinned as an official member of The
Rotary Club of Old Fort Bay. RCNS

congratulates K’Ron his successful
transition to from Rotaractor to

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Rotaract Club of Nassau Sunset
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