Meeting Info.

We meet Thursdays at 7:00 AM
Champion House
Eastern Ave, George Town
Grand Cayman,  KY1
Cayman Islands
Club Executives & Directors
Vice President
Immediate Past President
Director of Professional Development
Director of Club Service
Director of International Service
Sergeant at Arms
Director of Community Service
Public Relations Officer
Birthdays & Anniversaries
Spouse Birthdays:
  • Ari Seales
    December 31
Join Date:
  • Janelle Langlois
    December 8, 2011
    5 years
#TeamRCGC In Action
SILENT NIGHT! Join us, Rotaract Blue and Rotaract Club of Grand Cayman (RCGC), on December 3rd at Whiskey Mist for our Exclusive Silent Party and Toy Drive. 

Admission is $15, proceeds will go towards club activities.

♪ Donate a toy at the door and help us spread the season's cheer with The Department of Children and Family Services and The N.C.V.O. ♪ 

Tickets Outlets:

Enjoy 2 for 1 Circo Vodka until 10PM 

♪ Music By: 

TeamRCGC went bowling!laugh Fun night, great fellowship, about 25 Rotaractors and Prospectives came out to enjoy the fun yes


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In August 2007, Immediate Past President Dorothy Scott and Rotaractor Cathrine Welds of the Rotaract Club of Grand Cayman recently travelled to Guyana to investigate a proposal to build a library in the impoverished Sophia squatter settlement in Georgetown, and returned passionate about promoting literacy in the Caribbean.

Armed with books and school supplies donated by their club, the Rotaractors made donations of supplies in Rockstone, a rural Amerindian community and in the Sophia squatter settlement.

Amazing Support! thank you all for making this event such a great sucess!
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Meet the newest member to TeamRCGC and District7020 Daniel Powery 🙌

Brown Paper Bag packing party (Sponsored by Walkers Charity)


Rotary Mentorship series with Rotary Sunrise.

Guest speaker Ingrid Powell of Toastmasters Cayman, Ingrid gave us a small coaching session about public speaking.


Daniels "Who u Fa?"  

Who u fa, is a term we use for the last step of the Rotaract Induction Process. "Tell us about you"

#TeamRCGC stood up, did you? 
In support of the Family Resource Center "Stand up to Bullying" campaign.

Guess what? #TeamRCGC got bigger! Welcome our newest member to the club, Rotaractor Addie! Also in the picture is her sponsor Club Service Director Ileana and VP/Membership chair Patriann

Nigeria reported three cases of wild poliovirus in the northeastern state of Borno in August of this year. Following the World Health Organization’s confirmation of these cases, the country returned to the list of polio endemic countries. The other polio endemic countries are Afghanistan and Pakistan.
These are the first cases detected in the country since July 2014, and while this news is disappointing for all Rotary members, we are confident that Nigeria can defeat polio. Rotary provided $500,000 to assist immediately with the outbreak response, and an emergency response plan has already been put into action in coordination with our partners. Large-scale vaccination campaigns are ongoing across five countries in the Lake Chad basin to counter the outbreak.
Despite these new cases, there has been significant progress toward ending polio in Nigeria, the rest of the African continent and globally in recent years.
As recently as 2012, Nigeria accounted for more than half of all polio cases in the world; however, thanks to quality vaccination campaigns and surveillance, as well as political commitment, the country has made significant progress. Furthermore, the new cases were detected due to ongoing efforts to strengthen surveillance, especially in insecure areas.
We have proven strategies to stop new outbreaks quickly, even in insecure regions or areas made vulnerable by conflict, such as South Sudan and Syria. These strategies will also overcome the outbreak in Nigeria.
Rotary is committed to the eradication of polio, and we will continue to support our members, particularly those in Nigeria-who have worked so hard to help the country end polio. With your help, we can ensure that there is no remaining home for the virus.
Michael K. McGovern
Chair, International PolioPlus Committee