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on the beautiful Caribbean Sea
Negril, Westmoreland
Jamaica

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Posted by Lillie Barrows on Feb 25, 2014

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Posted by Lynette Lynch

ImageImageFor the past six months twenty 4th graders & five 5th graders benefitted from the Negril Rotary Literacy Programme.  Students and volunteer tutors concentrated on reading comprehension and critical thinking skills.  Our tutors were both local Negrilites and international visitors.  Along with the focus on literacy, other bonds were built.  Students thrived by not only the intellectual connections but by the compassion of the tutors.  It was evident that the students blossomed with the dedication and commitments from their mentors.  The heart-warming connections were expressed by everyone as they had to say farewell for the year.

Posted by Roberta Raigh Pryor on Sep 29, 2012

Eighteen Negril Rotarians and friends gathered in the hot sun to lend a hand in the Coastal Cleanup.
Posted by Roberta Raigh Pryor

Recipe for success!!   Start with the collaboration of the Rotary Club of Grapevine Texas, the Franciscan Friars and Rotary Club of Negril, mix well and shake.  Add Rotary District involvement and a large helping from International Rotary, and TA DAH!!  A matching grant!!

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Posted by Sabine Bolenius-Brown

Donkey Races 2012!!!
Our biggest fundraising event and a fabulous day!
Lot of work, lot of fun and quite some money for our projects.
More pictures will follow!

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Posted by Roberta Raigh Pryor on Oct 24, 2011

 Rotary Negril held an Indian food pot luck at Wild Parrot on the beach to raise funds for Polio.  Thanks to many donations of delicious food we were able to raise 2/3 of our polio fund goal at this fun event.Image
Posted by Sabine Bolenius-Brown

Rotary Negril teamed with Dream Team Divers to provide pre-training and support for 8 young men who were striving to obtain Certified Lifeguard credentials through the Royal Life Saving Society

The project was an overwhelming success, with 7 of the 8 participants receiving their credentials and becoming immediately employable in the industry.  The pre-training included all aspects of first aid and CPR, as well as swimming and rescue techniques.  Participants were supported with funding from Negril Rotary for pre-training, Royal Life Saving Society training, a tutor for reading skills, as well as travel and lunch funds.

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Posted by Roberta Raigh Pryor

 In  collaboration with St. Anthony’s Soup Kitchen(operated by Mary Gate of Heaven Catholic Church and the Franciscan Friars),the Rotary Club of Negril  has made the community programme “Get Kids ToSchool” one of their priorities for the year. 

 For more information or to donate to this programme, email: getkidstoschool@gmail.com

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Posted by Roberta Raigh Pryor

 The second,and perhaps equally important element of the Programme “Get Kids to School”, iscalled "Get Registered".  Thisaspect is intended to encourage and provide support to parents and children toobtain basic required documentation, such as identity cards and birthcertificates, necessary to function effectively and progress in the course ofeveryday life.  The process of obtainingthese documents is often daunting.Image

Carol and daugher Shavel shown with new documents.

Posted by Roberta Raigh Pryor

 

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Inpartnership with the Rotary Club of St. Andrew Negril Rotary donated anddelivered four wheel chairs to worthy recipients.  

           


Posted by Lynette Lynch

Join us for a social meeting out in our community the last Thursday of each month. Venue for social meetings to be listed under "Events".
Posted by Lynette Lynch

Rotary Negril extends visiting Rotarians a warm welcome. For directions or more information contact Rotarian Roberta at 876-957-0230
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