For those of you who did not attend the RCC meeting last night, you are going to wish that you had. The evening started with a visit from District 6990 Governor Larry Herman and Assistant Governor John Deihl. Larry spoke about the Rotarians for Hope initiative and the importance of Club activity.
The Interact Club from North Broward Prep was given a Certificate recognizing the Interact Club. Both Interact President Yash Moondhra, and Vice President Jake Renko were on hand to receive this from the Club.
Making her first for many appearances was Aya, our Youth Exchange Student from Brazil. She introduced herself to the Club and expressed how happy she was to be here and looks forward to sharing time with each of us.
We also had in attendance some good friends from other Rotary clubs in the district and a possible new member. The evening ended with Fellowship with Wings and Beer where everyone just relaxed and enjoyed each others company.
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What do you do when a great holiday falls on our meeting day??? We have a party of course!! RCCC got all the members, families and even a couple visitors together for a St. Patrick’s Day social filled with green beads, flashing lights, great food and a couple cold Irish adult beverages!! Fellowship is part of everything we do and involving our Rotary families is critical to this part of our club!! We want to involve our spouses, children and friends in what we do not have them see us go out the door to “Rotary” every week!! We want everyone to know each other and celebrate the “ Family of Rotary”. Have you been looking for a a service opportunity that can involve your family and be more of an extension rather than something that takes you away? Looking for a way to get your children involved in the world of service to the community no matter the age? You found it…..“The Creek” on the move!!!!
We knew that things would take off for our little club when our model was in full swing!! We have had so many service projects, new members and this all on top of our official banner ceremony it is a challenge to keep up!! We have had service projects at the Blood Center, one at a farm for recovering children and siblings with cancer. We have inducted some awesome members with many more in the process!! There comes a time as a club establishes its own culture that you are evaluating what is important and what we hold precious to our future. Our founding principles of fellowship and service have continue to expand and attracting a great deal of attention both
in the district and around the world. Come see the new model of a Rotary club and why this is NOT what you expected!
The first year of a provisional club on its way to charter is so exciting! Everything is brand new and everyone is getting to know each other! We have set up our club to have a social every month along with a service project! Our first official club social was bowling night at Sparez in Davie, FL! We we sad to hear our scores were some how deleted but believe us we were awesome!!! For four hours we had a great time with great food and great fellowship! So many service project ideas and plans for the future are already taking shape! Join us and be part of something very special, the new Rotary and the feeling of a New Generation club!! See our club calendar and events!! Follow us on Facebook!