41 years – a landmark for Rotaract Club

After forty-one years, the Rotaract Club of Grenada remains committed to serving the Grenadian community.

On January 21st 1978, under the vision and support of Sir John Watts, the Club was formed.

The Rotaract Club of Grenada comprises young leaders, who plan and execute projects to assist with the most pressing challenges of the wider community.

Under the five (5) arms of service, the Club is able to serve the community and also develop its members to become well rounded professional citizens.

Under the guidance of Rotary International, the Club is able to impact lives through various projects including:

– 500 Cheers for Christmas

– A Pillow of Love

– The Adopt A School Programme

-The Rotaract Spelling Bee Competition




– The Rotaract Food Drive

– The Rotaract God Parent Project

Rotaract clubs bring together people ages 18-30 to exchange ideas and also have fellowship through service.

To commence the celebrations, the Club worshipped at the Lady of Mt. Carmel Calliste RC Church, on January 20 followed by its “Dine with the elderly project” at the Grand Anse Home for the Aged.

The morning was spent with the elderly, playing games, interacting, serving meals and offering general assistance with routine tasks.

These were complemented with a donation of two small appliances, adult diapers and the completion of the painting of the ramp at the entrance of the home.

The workers expressed their gratitude for the very timely donation, which they said, will go a very long way.

The Rotaract Club of Grenada continues to fulfill its community service mandate, by completing projects that impact lives throughout the island.

Rotaractors also continue to lead the charge of “Service Above Self” by being the inspiration of change in their communities.

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