Club Executives & Directors
Immediate Past President & Foundation Chair
President Elect: Director of Service & Emphasis
2nd Vice President: Director of Fundraising
3rd Vice President: Director of Club Administration
Assistant Secretary
Disaster Relief Chair
Rotary Advisor
Director Public Image & Award Tracker
Director Membership
Director International Service
Director Partners in Service
Director Vocational Service
Director Environment
Fellowship Chair
Community Service Chair
60th Anniversary Chair
Corporate Partnerships Chair
Upcoming Events
Page Stories
Call to Order:
President Taran took to the podium at 1pm. 
Stephanie blessed the food that was about to be served.
Kenrad led the club in toasts to the King and the Commonwealth of the Bahamas
Visiting Rotarians:
The Yacht Clubs mic was muted meaning that those in the Zoom room had to rely on our lip reading skills to learn that Claudio Roth was joining us again.  Or we could have looked at the list of attendees on our screens.
Member Guests:
The mic was unmuted just in time for Valentino introduced his guests
Honorary Members:
Club Business
3rd VP Kenrad read the proposed slate of RCEN directors for 2023/24.  Elections will take place in due course and in line with the clubs bylaws. Etc.
Sergeant at Arms:
Diane took great delight in her role today as chief fine issuer, she went bold early and started with PRIP Barry.  Tiffany got fined for being Taran’s left hand woman.  Jokes ensued.
Member Birthdays (Birthday money/fines/donations should be paid to FCIB Harbour Bay account 53603415 in the name of East Nassau Rotary)
Eronjha Adderley-McIntosh – Oct 21
PP Corine Laville – Oct 22
Zu Lins – Oct 22
Desiray Ingraham – Oct 24
Royann Dean – Oct 26
Spouses Birthdays
Zu Lins, spouse of Claudio – Oct 21 (spot the difference contest anyone?)
Wedding Anniversary’s
PP Ralph & Margaret Carey – 50 years on Oct 28
Club Anniversary’s
Josh Major – 19 years on Oct 24
Shervonne Johnson – 3 years on Oct 25
Sydney Symonette – 4 years on Oct 26
Adrian Forsyth – 4 years on Oct 26
A World Polio Day video was shown before IPP Mauyri reminded all that the worlds greatest meal is upon us.  Emails wills be sent but the restaurants and dates are Meze and Kyma on Monday 24th, then on Wednesday 26th at Spritz.
Ros is co-ordinating poppy sales again for Remembrance Day.  Please see her if you want to buy poppy’s or if you want to sell them in your place of business.
PP Joanne – white ribbon day ribbons and t-shirts are on sale from her or Mike.  A webinar is being hosted next Wednesday at 6pm.
Mike – donations were made to Sister Sister and Eva Hilton Primary school in the past week.
Valentino – reminder that the next Fox Hill Run will take place on October 29th.
Guest Speakers:
Davinia Grant introduced todays speaker, Noelle Nichols, co-founder & Director of Wellness at Four Walls Squash & Social Club.
Noelle was with us today to share the story so far and vision for the future of she and her co-investors efforts to revitalise the building and business that was formerly The Squash Club on Village Road.
It was always going to be a challenge, but covid arriving three weeks after closing on the sale of the building and more recently having been “locked down” by road works on Village Road have certainly added to it.
The new group would not be deterred though and what started off as 15 die hard squash members, which has been increased to 50 members and there is now a  squash community to around 140 people.  A coaching program has been introduced to attract more people to the sport.
Participation and support of the community is a vital part of their philosophy, and the club supports the businesses of many of its members, and a pop up market in their back yard promotes local small businesses once a month.
Squash is easy to pick up but very difficult to master so Noelle encouraged all those not familiar with it to come and give it a go.  Corporate wellness days are offered as are group bookings.
Ten (10) squash lessons are being offered free to RCEN members on a first come first served (pun intended) basis, and on top of that free squash for all RCEN members for a limited time only!
A lively Q&A session followed.
Vote of Thanks
Shervonne gave the vote of thanks for coming and sharing their story today.
Final Toast
To RATW by our President, Taran 
Scribbled by:
Philip Cumming
Club Information
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PO Box SS-6320
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