My promise to you
I have been elected president of the Rotary Club Beirut Cedars for the year of 2013-2014, therefore I hereby inform you of the goal I want to achieve during this year.
Our club has participated in the first three years of its foundation financing several projects scattered around Lebanon: Despite the great success of these projects, the dispersion all over the country has resulted in a lack of visibility to the general public and a dispersion of the energy of all the club members who often have not perceived the actual results of their effort.
Today my wish is to concentrate our efforts in one place: A Lebanese village located an hour’s drive from Beirut and would have needs as: renovation and equipment for its school, installation of a filtering system for drinking water, installation of a medical center that could also be equipped with a dental chair, installation of a solar water heater for each house that we improve system of irrigation of their agricultural fields etc… And anything that may ameliorate the daily life conditions of the inhabitants of this village.
The success of this project will make our club the undisputed leader among all clubs in the district and will motivate its members to always work harder to be at the service of others. Isn’t this our motto?
In each one of us there is a Rotarian. Who didn’t wish at a certain time too help a person in need! Bring relief to a patient, offer a book or a school bag to a student, fight in an anti-drug organization or work for peace.
Unfortunately, every time you end up feeling alone and weak facing the magnitude of the tragedy. By becoming a Rotarian, you work with a united group that increases its action with others: Rotary Clubs throughout Lebanon, the district and the world. So, you find yourself surrounded by one million two hundred thousand Rotarians supporting your cause, and your action will immediately take other dimensions.
Rotary Club Beirut Cedars