Rotary Club of Demerara celebrates 28 years of service
Staying true to its theme “Serve to Change Lives”, the Rotary Club of Demerara reflected on its countless humanitarian outreaches at a charter dinner recently to celebrate 28 years of service to humanity.
President Carey Griffith, in a feature address at the Georgetown Club, highlighted that 28 years is no small achievement for a respected organisation that has global ties and practices “service above self.”
“As we reflected on the last six months, we are pleased to have completed several projects all within Rotary International areas of focus,” Griffith underscored as he emphasised the need to continue working on impactful projects and having more collaborative efforts with the various Ministries in the future.
At the dinner, the club also welcomed three new members – Dr. Narendra Bahadur, Devon Bremner, and Doranie Camacho. According to the Club, this diverse group of professionals has served in other organisations and wishes to continue to make a difference on a larger scale.
According to Griffith, the Club has no doubt that these new Rotarians will uphold the principles and traditions of Rotary and the Rotary Club of Demerara as they continue to work towards serving the community within their seven areas of focus.