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2019-2020 District 7030 Governor: Trevor Blake
 
 
 
 
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Caribbean Fellowship…Global Service

 
ZONES 33/34 BI-WEEKLY MEETING ON ZOOM
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Over the month of April 2020, the 2019--2020 District 7030 Training Team is pleased to offer all members of the district the opportunity to learn more about some priority topics relevant to the success of your Rotary year. Topics were identified by clubs and members, where each week, an experienced and informed facilitator will present valuable information and effective ideas and strategies towards achieving club goals and objectives. The list of topics, facilitators, dates, links to presentation materials and more can be found here. All members of District 7030 are encouraged to join and participate.
 
One of the two special projects that DG Trevor is focusing on in this Rotary year is the Prevention and Management of Diabetes. It is our hope that your club will see it possible to adopt this project. In the 2010-2011 Rotary year, our District was involved in such a project and more than 40 clubs participated. Since the late 1960's we have witnessed a transition from a disease pattern dominated by infectious diseases to one in which chronic non-communicable diseases (NCDs) is out front. Diabetes is one of the leading NCDs. Diabetes is best defined as a group of disorders characterized by reduced secretion of or altered sensitivity to insulin with sustained elevation of blood glucose levels. Diabetes is associated with long term damage, dysfunction and failure of organs, especially eyes, kidneys, blood vessels of the heart, brain and limbs. The primary causes are dietary change and reduced activity.
 
On 24th March 2020, the Executive Committee of TRF, acting on behalf of the Trustees, took the decision shown below to increase options for Rotarians to utilize Rotary Foundations grants – including district, global, and disaster response – to support Rotary's response to COVID-19. With this decision, background information considered by the Executive Committee before taking its decision is also included.
 
For many of us, our Rotary family is an important part of our lives. These friendships connect us to our communities and the world and provide avenues of soul-enriching service. All over the Caribbean...all over the world, we currently find ourselves in unprecedented times that test our ability to stay connected. None of us could have foreseen these extraordinary circumstances brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, caused by the novel coronavirus. Rotary clubs everywhere are wrestling with the question, How do we maintain membership engagement during the pandemic? This unique situation requires an unusual amount of adaptability, creativity and innovation from both clubs and Rotarians. Most, if not all, clubs in District 7030 (and around the world) have canceled in-person meetings, following the advice of the World Health Organization (WHO), as well as, local and regional heath authorities, to maintain and emphasize the need for social distancing. But that does not mean we have to give up on regular fellowship opportunities. Several of our clubs have already met this week virtually. Read more to find out some ways to engage members during these extraordinary times. Remember: Nothing beats the personal touch!
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