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August 5, 2014
Rotaract Club of Kingstown elects new executive

The Newly elected President of the Rotaract Club of Kingstown says that her organization is looking forward to continue serving St Vincent and the Grenadines as it has done over the past 28 years.{{more}}

Angele Clarke pointed out that the group is fired up to execute its first project of the club year: the provision of back to school assistance for persons affected by the December 2013 floods.

Clarke said that this is just one of the activities that the club would be undertaking, as it continues to provide service to the communities in which it operates.

Other endeavours include the Annual Primary Schools’ Spelling Bee Competition, which celebrates its 16th year this October, the One Wish Project, which is held in December, and is geared towards donating items to the less fortunate at Christmas time, as well as a number of other outreach programs, including service and time given to the Bread of Life Orphanage at Georgetown.

Clarke said that the group works closely with their sponsor club, The Rotary Club of St Vincent, as well as the Interact Clubs of Bishop’s College Kingstown and JP Eustace Memorial Secondary School.

Clarke’s executive is made up of vice-president Adrian Da Silva, secretary Kande Francis, International Service director Philon Hackshaw, Community Service directors Ainka Ollivierre and Felicia Waldron, Professional Service directors Jenice Culzac and Kenyatta Daniel, Immediate Past president Lucine Edwards, Finance director Kristidis Wyllie and Club Service director Natonya Richardson.