Rotaract extends its family

The Rotaract Club of Grand Cayman
has recently increased its membership by adding three new people. The induction
ceremony took place at 7am last Thursday during the club’s regular meeting time
at Icoa restaurant in Seven Mile Shops.

The three young Caymanians accepted
into the service club were Kerwin Ebanks, Andrea Balderamos and Stephanie
Rattan. To gain membership the trio went through three months of volunteering
for community service events and attended several meetings and fellowship
functions. They also had to give a speech about their roots and their desire to
connect with the Cayman community titled Who Ya Fa at a meeting prior to
induction.

Director of International Service
for the Club Paul Palmer was on hand for the induction, along with member
Michael Rivers. Palmer, who personally sponsored Balderamos and Rattan, said
the inductees represent the aim of Rotaract.

“These three new additions have
shown themselves to be dedicated and committed to the true nature of Rotaract,”
Palmer said. “They did all that was required of them and are all great
additions. We are now proud to call them official members.”

Rotaract is an international
organization that promotes professional development and community service
through fellowship. 

Although it operates independently,
the group looks for advice from its sponsoring Rotary Club, the Rotary Club of
Grand Cayman Sunrise.

The club consists of a group of
young Caymanians whose aim is to come together and better their community. 

The organization meets every
Thursday morning at 7am in Icoa restaurant. For further information e-mail
[email protected]

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