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Meeting time
Tuesdays at Noon
in Belmopan
Leon Castillo

What is Rotary?
Rotary International is a service-based organization of business and professional men and women.  There are currently 33,000 clubs in 200 countries worldwide with almost Mankind is our business1,300,000 members.
Rotarians are encouraged to foster the ideals of high ethical standards in their business and private lives and also the advancement of international understanding, goodwill and peace. Rotarians are dedicated to helping their immediate community and also, as a large organization, to tackle some projects on a far grander scale.
Rotarians strive to live up to the standards of the 4-Way Test - read about it here...
Our Club
The Belmopan Rotary Club has existed since 2004 and in that short period of time the club has been involved in many projects to serve the community.  If you would like to join us in community service as a member or as a partner please contact us.
President with Mayor LopezThe Club has an elected president who serves for one year. The other members are divided into five avenues of service: Membership, Service Projects, The Rotary Foundation, Public Relations, and Club Administration, each directed by an elected member.  The Club members meet for lunch once a week at the George Price Centre, but there are also regular committee meetings and, of course, social events. Meet the Belmopan Members...

Many Rotarians are also involved in The Marla Holder House of Hope, as well as other community projects outside of the Rotary umbrella.

Donating Chairs to the Pre-schoolFund Raising is an important part of the Rotary service because it is the money raised within the community that will be used to complete the many projects that the Club has planned.  The Club as a group is in charge of this task and although it is not easy to raise money in a community with so few ‘big businesses’, we are doing an excellent job, and much of the Club’s future accomplishments will be dependent on the our combined efforts to raise the necessary funds for each project.
The blue shirts with the Rotary logo are a familiar sight around Belmopan City whether it is Belmopan Day, a jumble sales, the Agriculture Show, or just cleaning up the children’s parks.  The Club is currently looking at other ways to raise money that will allow even more ambitious projects to be ventured for the benefit of our community. 
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