Club Executives & Directors
President Elect
2nd Vice President - Fundraising
3rd Vice President - Club Administration
Immediate Past President
Membership Director
Assistant Membership Director
Attendance Director
Fellowship Director
Assistant Fellowship Director
Public Relations Director
Vocational Service Director
International Service Director
Rotary Foundation Director
Community Development Director
Partners in Service Co-Director
Club Training Chair
Literacy Chair
Disaster Relief Chair
"Home Club" 2018 - 2019  Rotary International President Barry Rassin and Esther Rassin
Rotary Club of East Nassau, Home Club of Rotary International President, Barry Rassin 2018 - 2019 and his Partner, Esther Rassin.
What Month is it?
MAY is Youth Service Month 

The month of May is very important and special because RI dedicates it to the Youth. In District 7020 we know the important part these young people play in our communities and their important Role in Rotary. 

District 7020 has a total of 58 Rotaract, 110 Interact and 27 EarlyAct Clubs.

Rotarians help them Grow Stronger to be able to Serve Better by guiding them and offering training seminars through their sponsor clubs. In some cases not only do Rotaractors attend RYLA but also participate in RLI (Rotary Leadership Institute)

This Rotary year, knowing that many do not have the chance to attend a RYLA, I have included among the different ways to gain points for my DG Award, the possibility for Rotary Clubs to offer a local Mini RYLA where more young community leaders can gain leadership skills and Rotary knowledge to become stronger individually or as a group by promoting leadership skills and community involvement.  My objective is to encourage young people who are interested in personal growth and who have a desire to make a difference in their community to participate in RYLA and learn more about our organisation. The more young people grow stronger with leadership skills and gain a better understanding of Rotary, the more they may be interested in joining Rotaract, Interact or EarlyAct or just become better prepared leaders to serve and make a difference in people’s lives.

They are our future professional and community leaders who will help shape the way the world works.Teenagers seeking opportunities for service or ways to make a difference in their communities can participate in any of Rotary’s several youth programs. These programs allow young people a chance to develop character, high ethical standards, and an understanding of the importance of peace in the world.

It has been a wonderful experience to induct new Youth Clubs, new members and visit the projects they are doing throughout the District.

Rotarians do not forget, these different Youth Clubs are your projects. So please continue to help the Rotaractors, Interactors and EarlyActors to Grow Stronger to Serve Better and also to be part of Making A Difference.

Club Information

Welcome to East Nassau!

East Nassau

Service Above Self

We meet Fridays at 12:30 PM
Nassau Yacht Club
East Bay Street
PO Box SS-6320
Nassau, N.P.  TIN 100326576
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President Hope Sealey shares testimonials on how the Greatest Club in the World, Rotary Club of East Nassau, has contributed to making a difference in the Bahamas during the 2017 - 2018 Rotary Year.
nitial targets for Registrations have already been reached! With less than 4 months to go, and demand and prices from the Cruise Line expected to go up soon, just sending out a note to see if you have Registered yet for the "Cruise You'll Never Forget"...
If you have not yet booked, take a minute to look over previous emails I have sent covering a lot of the initial information. Alternatively, you can visit the District Conference Website  for ALL the Cruise information you will need for now, including details on how to get registered immediately and contact information for our designated travel agent - Steve. Booking the Cruise with Steve includes your Automatic Conference Registration.
On Monday, January 9, 2017, available members of the Vocational Service Committee ("VSC"), lead by Vocational Service Director, Adrian R. White, met with representatives of The Department of Labour. 
Pictured from left to right are Patrenda Russell-Brice, The Department of Labour and Adrian R. White, Vocational Service Director, RCEN.

With introductions made, goals and ideas were shared.  RCEN's Vocational Service community impact goal for this year, is to create a program for Employment Placement of Civic Participants ("EPCP").  
This EPCP goal was discussed and enthusiastically received by The Department of Labour.

As it happens, our EPCP community impact goal compliments an intitative, undertaken by The Department of Labour and The Ministry of National Security, funded by a grant from the International Development Bank and expected to run over a five year period.
Under the EPCP, qualifed persons must be participants in one or more of the numerous civic organizations in The Bahamas.  
The expected success of the RCEN's Vocation Service EPCP program initiative, will benefit from an allied and cooperative effort of all civic organizations in The Bahamas and The Department of Labour.

January is Vocational Service month in Rotary District 7020 and as we continue to serve the community, your VSC thanks you for your support. 
The VSC welcomes new members and asks all to stay tuned for more updates and action this month.

"You're great at your vocation, share it with us."
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