Brac Rotary Club names youngest president ever

| 03/07/2019 | 1 Comment
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New president Julianne Scott (third from right) and board members (L-R) Troy Grant, Faith Bodden, Michael Bryan, Audley Scott and Annie Rose Scott

(CNS Local Life): The Rotary Club of Cayman Brac made history recently when it installed Julianne Scott as the youngest Rotarian ever to take up the role as president in the Cayman Islands. At the annual changeover ceremony held 25 June, the service organisation also named a new board of directors for the 2019/20 Rotary year.

At the ceremony, Scott (27) told those attending she felt “honoured and blessed” to become president, saying, “I am indeed proud to inherit the legacy of past presidents who have contributed immensely towards the growth and development of our club and our island in general.  

“The priorities for my presidency are to focus on increasing our club’s visibility, enhancement of participant engagement, breathing life back into our club’s signature projects and increasing our impacts locally and globally. I look forward to a wonderful year doing what we Rotarians do best, putting Service Above Self.”

The new board of directors comprise Michael Bryan, vice president; Faith Bodden, secretary; Audley Scott, treasurer; Annie Rose Scott, sargeant-at-arms; and Troy Grant, immediate past president.

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  1. Pat Steward says:

    The Rotary Club of Cayman Brac should be commended for the amount of work they do for the community. Congrats Julie – I know you and your Board will serve your club well!

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