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Enjoy Miss May’s Fish Fry for Charity this Friday!

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Non-Profit Organization, Rotary Club of St. Andrew North will be hosting a Fish Fry Fundraiser this Friday, where you can support their future Community projects with your support.

Tickets cost $1700JMD per person for lunch cooked by the popular Miss May and her staff.

Please support the Rotary Club of St. Andrew North’s initiative.

#BetheInspiration

For tickets:

Call Nakia Rowe: 876.317.7337

For Pick Up:

12-2pm at 17 Retirement Road, Kingston.

For Delivery:

***Must be 5 or more orders to same location***

By: Gabrielle Burgess

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Show Love and Give Blood, the Gift of Life Tomorrow at National Chest Hospital

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The Rotary Club of Trafalgar New Heights and the Rotaract Club of UTECH will be hosting a Blood Drive tomorrow at the National Chest Hospital.

Give the Gift of Life and Show Love tomorrow by supporting their initiative to save lives.

By: Gabrielle Burgess

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Suga Lifestyle Cosponsors Rotaract Club of New Kingston’s Treat for the Homeless

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President Vanessa Williams of the Rotaract Club of New Kingston assists with the distribution of lunches at the Marie Atkins Night Shelter on January 12, 2019.

On January 12, 2019, the Rotaract Club of New Kingston started the new year the right way. They coordinated a Treat for the Homeless at the Marie Atkins Night Shelter on Hanover Street, Downtown, Kingston.

Suga Lifestyle was more than happy to be a sponsor for the event, along with Jamaica Producers, Kirk Distributors Ltd., Cari-Med Ltd., Best Dressed Jamaica Ltd. and Refresh Beauty Soap.

I saw the event through and it was a success once again this year. Persons that lived at the home along with other members of the surrounding community, came out in their numbers to receive various services and items offered such as Medical checks, Dental and Cleaning checks, HIV Screening, Personal Grooming, Eye screening by the Lions Club, Canned Food and Clothing Donations.

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Suga was delegated the task of adding a personal touch to speak to attendees about proper Nutrition. Their options may have been limited, but points made by conversations with several of them were of great help. For instance, to choose boiled ground provisions instead of rice and peas or plain rice and to drink water instead of sugary, fruit punch or fruit juices.

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Gabrielle Burgess a.k.a Suga from Suga Lifestyle receiving a token of appreciation for donating to Rotaract Club of New Kingston’s Treat for the Homeless Project.

Kudos to the Rotaract Club of New Kingston, Sponsors, the Lions Club of Mona, Doctors, Physiotherapists, Dentists, Nurses, Barbers, Jamaica Producers and everyone who assisted to make the Treat for the Homeless a great benefit to our people.

Rotaract Club of New Kingston

Website: http://www.nkrcja.com

Instagram: @nkrcjamaica

By: Gabrielle Burgess

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Join Rotaract in Giving Blood to Save Lives Tomorrow!

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The Rotaract Club of Kingston with the assistance of the Rotaract Clubs of East Nassau and Grand Cayman, is hosting its annual Blood Drive tomorrow morning at 9am at the National Chest Hospital.

A single pint of blood can save 3 lives. Join Rotaract and save lives tomorrow!

By: Gabrielle Burgess

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Rotary District 7020 sends 100,000 meals across the globe!

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Two weekends ago, the non-profit organization, Rotary District 7020 hosted its Rotary Leadership Summit in Norfolk, Virginia.

During the Summit, 500 Rotarians and Rotaractors (members of the youth arm, Rotaract) were put to work. They packaged 100,000 meals to send across the globe to combat world hunger. Kudos to Rotary District 7020 for executing this initiative.

By: Gabrielle Burgess

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St. Andrew Rotary makes new addition to Curlin Johnson Basic School

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The St. Andrew Rotary Club donated two white boards to a classroom at Curlin Johnson Basic School at 1 Saunders Avenue, Kingston about two weeks ago. They were well received.

However small, projects like these have a huge impact on the recipients and these projects inspire others to make an impact and change as well.

Kudos to the St. Andrew Rotary Club for their charitable services. Our Children are our Future.

By: Gabrielle Burgess

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It’s World Polio Day! Help Eradicate Polio from the 3 Countries left with it in the World

It’s World Polio Day. In 1988, the Polio virus was endemic to 125 countries.
Today, only 3 countries in the world have never stopped the transmission of Polio- PakistanAfghanistan and    Nigeria. Despite the progress achieved since 1988, as long as a single child remains infected with Poliovirus, children in all countries are at risk of contracting the disease.

According to CDC Global Health, Polio, or poliomyelitis, is a crippling and potentially deadly infectious disease. It is caused by the poliovirus. The virus spreads from person to person and can invade an infected person’s brain and spinal cord, causing paralysis, where persons cannot move parts of the body.

There is NO cure for Polio, but vaccines can protect a child for life.

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How can you help to eradicate Polio?

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Rotary International has a goal to reach every child with the Polio vaccine and are using innovative strategies to reach their goal. Find out more during their #WorldPolioDay global update at 6:30 p.m. EDT at http://www.endpolio.org.

Also, the Rotary Club of New Kingston and the New Kingston Rotaract Club from Jamaica will be hosting a luncheon during the World Polio Livestream. See information below:

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Support #WorldPolioDay and Purchase lunch (for delivery) by attending their online meeting at 1pm today using the link below:

https://zoom.us/j/771707407

Menu:
Herbed Roasted Chicken
Garlic Butter Fish Fillet
Curried Mutton
Rice and Peas
Pasta Salad
Vegetable salad
Choice of 2 meats.

World Polio Day is being observed today to generate awareness towards eradication of the terrible disease, Polio and to commemorate the efforts of volunteers committed to the eradication of polio.

Help to #EndPolio now!

By: Gabrielle Burgess

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