Published on February 8th, 2023 | by admin0
District 9220 Governor Yves Grondin visits Seychelles
The Rotary Club of Victoria Coco de Mer was honored to welcome the governor of district 9220, Governor Yves Grondin, during his visit to Seychelles from February 5th to 8th, 2023. The governor had the opportunity to spend time with President Wellington Manjengwa, President Elect Harish Dabasiya together with members and colleagues, visiting various projects that are being carried out by the club to make a positive impact in the community.
The visit from Governor Yves Grondin was an excellent opportunity for us to showcase the work we are doing and to receive feedback and guidance to continue our efforts. He took the time to visit two of the clubs important community projects:
- St Raphael Youth Development Center in Anse Aux pins and
- Autism Center in North East Point
which was an opportunity for the Governor to see first-hand the work that the Rotary Club of Victoria Coco De Mer is doing to support the communities of Seychelles.
The visit to the St Raphael Youth Development Center and the Autism Center demonstrate the important role that Rotary plays in addressing the world’s most persistent issues such as providing support for education and promoting peace. The Rotary Club of Victoria Coco de Mer is committed to making a positive impact in the local community and continues to work tirelessly to support these organizations.
Governor Grondin’s visit to Seychelles was made even more special by his courtesy visit to the State House to meet with the Vice President of Seychelles. This meeting was an important opportunity for the Rotary Club of Victoria Coco de Mer to showcase its work and impact on the local community. It marked a significant moment for the Rotary Club of Victoria Coco de Mer, as it underlines the important relationship that Rotary has with government and other key stakeholders in the community.
President Wellington Manjengwa and President-Elect Harish accompanied Governor Grondin on his visit, showcasing the leadership and commitment of the club to serving the local community. The Rotary Club of Victoria Coco de Mer is proud to be a part of the 35,000+ clubs worldwide that work together to promote peace, fight diseases, provide clean water and sanitation, aid mothers and children, support education, and grow local economies.
The visit by Governor Grondin was a successful and productive trip for the Rotary Club of Victoria Coco De Mer. The club’s dedication to service is evident in its commitment to serving the people of Seychelles, and the visit by Governor Grondin was a testament to this commitment.
We are grateful for the visit from Governor Yves Grondin and look forward to continuing our efforts to make a difference in our community.