The Rotaract Club of Grenada has unveiled its new club logo, which pays homage to Grenada by adorning the symbolic nutmeg along with the Rotary International logo emblem.
The logo was officially unveiled to the public on the club’s social media pages on February 15th and is a part of a worldwide initiative to revamp all Rotaract logos, in an effort to display greater affiliation with Rotary International – Rotaracts’ parent club.
Globally, each club was given the opportunity to personalise the standard logo to represent characteristics of the host country.
The bright yellow of the nutmeg colorfully decorates the new logo and the red mace beautifully compliments the standard Rotary International Logo.
The club’s president, Diyanna Gulston, says the new logo is merely a symbol of the club’s new long-term focus, which is a fresh approach to its community service projects.
“Now that our club’s logo has a new look, we would also have a new concentration moving forward. As a community service group, it is really important that we give back to various communities in Grenada”, she said.
Gulston noted that, “while we have had many successful community service projects over the last few months, as we move forward from this point, we would be having a greater focus on helping the under privileged and downtrodden across the tri-island state”.
“We want to ensure that we are touching as many lives as possible – no matter how small the gesture. This is the true Rotaract Club mandate”, she added.
Keeping with this new direction, the club is putting all systems in place to organise and execute their annual food drive in March.
The food drive will provide food items, toiletries and other ncessary items to numerous families in the St. George area.
The last food drive held in 2015 provided over eighty (80) families with food items.