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Club Structure

The Rotary Club of St Kitts is directed and guided by a Board of Directors which is comprised of the president, immediate past president, president-elect, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, sergeant-at-arms, and directors.  In July 2009 the Club adopted the Club Leadership Plan.  The directors are based on the committee structure set up in the plan.

Club Committees

Club committees are charged with carrying out the annual and long-range goals of the club based on the four Avenues of Service. Standing committees should be appointed as follows:

  • Membership - This committee should develop and implement a comprehensive plan for the recruitment and retention of members.

  • Club Public Relations - This committee should develop and implement plans to provide the public with information about Rotary and to promote the club’s service projects and activities.

  • Club Administration - This committee should conduct activities associated with the effective operation of the club.

  • Service Projects - This committee should develop and implement educational, humanitarian, and vocational projects that address the needs of its community and communities in other countries.

  • The Rotary Foundation - This committee should develop and implement plans to support The Rotary Foundation through both financial contributions and program participation.

  • Additional committees may be appointed as needed.
The purpose of the Club Leadership Plan is to strengthen the Rotary club by providing the administrative framework of an effective club.  The elements of an effective club are to:

  • Sustain and/or increase its membership base

  • Implement successful projects that address the needs of its community and communities in other countries

  • Support The Rotary Foundation through both financial contributions and program participation

  • Develop leaders capable of serving in Rotary beyond the club level

On the first Thursday of each month, a business meeting is held (rather than the normal guest speaker) at which each director gives a report to all members of the Club on the activities of their respective committees.

Board of Directors 2014-2015


President - Patricia Mourillon

Vice President  - PP Earl Kelly

Immediate PP- Louisa Lawrence

President Nominee/Director Public Relations – Rt Past Secretary Robert V. Morris

Secretary – Rt Rhon Boddie

Treasurer Rt Sonya Parry

Assistant Treasurer – Rt Roger Best

Director New Generation/youth Services – Gordy Nichols

Director Administration – PP Garry DaSilva

Director Community Services – Rt Ron Carty

Director Membership – PP Stacey Hobson

Director Vocational Services – PP Leah Sahely

Director Disaster Preparedness – PP Doug Gillanders

Sgt of Arms – PP Charles Wilkin

District Representative

Assistant Governor - Trevor Blake

Four Avenues of Service

The term "Four Avenues of Service" is frequently used in Rotary literature and information. The "Avenues" refer to the four elements of the Object of Rotary: Club Service, Vocational Service, Community Service and International Service.
'Club Service' involves all of the activities necessary for Rotarians to perform to make their club function successfully.

'Vocational Service' is a description of the opportunity each Rotarian has to represent the dignity and utility of one's vocation to the other members of the club.
'Community Service' pertains to those activities which Rotarians undertake to improve the quality of life in their community. It frequently involves assistance to youth, the aged, handicapped and others who look to Rotary as a source of hope for a better life.
'International Service' describes the many programs and activities which Rotarians undertake to advance international understanding, goodwill and peace. International Service projects are designed to meet humanitarian needs of people in many lands.
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