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Marie Powell (left), assistant governor for Rotary clubs, Jamaica South-West, shares the moment with the newly installed board of young professionals of the Rotary Club of Trafalgar New Heights in St Andrew, led by Dr Suzanne McDonald Fowles (third left).
Marie Powell (left), assistant governor for Rotary clubs, Jamaica South-West, shares the moment with the newly installed board of young professionals of the Rotary Club of Trafalgar New Heights in St Andrew, led by Dr Suzanne McDonald Fowles (third left). The board was installed during a ceremony in St Andrew on Sunday.
Ringing in the new Rotary year! Anaesthesiologist Dr Suzanne McDonald Fowles rings the Rotary bell after being installed as president of the Rotary Club of Trafalgar New Heights on Sunday. Sharing in the moment is assistant governor for Rotary clubs, Jamai
Ringing in the new Rotary year! Anaesthesiologist Dr Suzanne McDonald Fowles rings the Rotary bell after being installed as president of the Rotary Club of Trafalgar New Heights on Sunday. Sharing in the moment is assistant governor for Rotary clubs, Jamaica South-West, Marie Powell.
Guest speaker Dr Alfred Dawes challenged young Rotarians to seek the opportunities presented by the COVID-19 pandemic so as to benefit current and future generations.
Guest speaker Dr Alfred Dawes challenged young Rotarians to seek the opportunities presented by the COVID-19 pandemic so as to benefit current and future generations.
Janelle Pantry Coke (left), founder and creative director of Spaces, is pinned by president of the Rotary Club of Trafalgar New Heights 2021-2022, Dr Suzanne McDonald Fowles, as she is installed as the club’s new director of administration. Pantry Coke s
Janelle Pantry Coke (left), founder and creative director of Spaces, is pinned by president of the Rotary Club of Trafalgar New Heights 2021-2022, Dr Suzanne McDonald Fowles, as she is installed as the club’s new director of administration. Pantry Coke served as president of the club during the 2018-2019 Rotary year.
Attorney-at-law Franchesca Francis, past secretary, Rotary Club of Trafalgar New Heights, was named Rotarian of the Year for 2020-2021 for her commitment and perseverance during the pandemic year. Presenting her certificate is president for the 2020-2021 R
Attorney-at-law Franchesca Francis, past secretary, Rotary Club of Trafalgar New Heights, was named Rotarian of the Year for 2020-2021 for her commitment and perseverance during the pandemic year. Presenting her certificate is president for the 2020-2021 Rotary Year, Everold Simms. Simms earlier received an award for 100 per cent membership retention from Rotary District 7020.
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With the Rotary new year getting its start on July 1, it’s now appointment season. With much ceremony, the Rotary Club of Trafalgar New Heights installed its 13th president, anaesthesiologist Dr Suzanne McDonald Fowles, on Sunday. The quaint ceremony took place in the St Andrew hills and saw the club of young professionals between the ages of 30 and 45 renew their commitment to maintaining service to communities such as Maverley and Seaview Gardens this year, and to supporting the National Vaccination Programme. Here are the highlights.