Fiona Moseley was installed recently as the new president of Rotary Club of Grand Cayman Central, better known as Rotary Central.
Rotarians, spouses and guests looked on during the event at Luca as Assistant District Governor Rosie Jameson installed the new offices and directors for 2011-2012.
Immediate Past President Wil Pineau highlighted the many achievements of the club for the year, including the bus shelters, the Music Extravaganza, international service and vocational service.
Under Director Larry Tibbett’s leadership, the club received the Rotary Zone Award for the second consecutive year for the work done in literacy.
Ms Moseley presented her plans for the club under the theme Reach Within to Embrace Humanity. She noted that once Rotarians find their inner strength, great things can be achieved. Many of the current programmes will be continued, she said, and new ones added.
Under directives from Rotary International, a new avenue of service is being added starting this year, New Generations, to focus on youth.
Awards were also presented for long service, as well as a number of Paul Harris Fellows recognising those who have contributed to the Rotary Foundation and those whose work in the community.