For the first time in the history of the Rotary Club of Grand Cayman Central, four new members have been inducted.
The installation of the new members – Thomas McAdams III, Brandan Lee, Pamela Freeman and David Freeman – was overseen recently by President Ravi Kapoor.
“We are pleased to have started our year on such a high note with the addition of four excellent individuals who no doubt will strengthen our membership and allow us to do more in the community and internationally,” he said.
The Rotary Club of Grand Cayman Central, formed in 1986, is part of Rotary International, a global association of Rotary clubs. The groups have a common mission to provide service and goodwill to others through its fellowship of business, professional and community leaders. Since 1986, the club in Grand Cayman has established a track record of serving the local community, which has included assistance with housing and the restoration of the Mastic Trail.
“Rotary Central has been known since its formation over 25 years ago as a club that is prepared to get its ‘hands dirty’ in helping the community,” Mr. Kapoor said. “As such the club decided that starting with this year all new members will, along with the information package and badge will get a pair of work gloves. The new members accepted them enthusiastically.”