Posted on Mar 31, 2019

 

 
The University School will soon launch the first EarlyAct™ Club in Trinidad & Tobago, sponsored by the Rotary Club of St. Augustine. EarlyAct™ is a school-wide club for student ages 5 to 13 years old, whose ideals are closely linked to the ideals of Rotary.
     EarlyAct™ engages students in character-building activities and prepares them for leadership roles to identify and carry out projects which benefit their school, local and global communities.  There are many EarlyAct™ Clubs located in the USA, Europe, Australia and in the Caribbean, including St.  Lucia, St Kitts and Nevis, St Maarten and in other islands.
     "The Rotary Club of St Augustine, now in its’ 50th year, looks forward to our partnership with The University School in the development of their EarlyAct™ Club," Maria Mohammed-Maharaj, President of the Rotary Club of St. Augustine. "The school’s willingness to partner with us on the establishment of the Club is a demonstration of their  mission of  being “.. devoted to the development of healthy, enlightened, self-reliant children in an environment of caring…”
     "This will enable a successful and sustainable EarlyAct™ Club that will encourage the spirit of volunteerism from an early age.”
 
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Second from right:  Odessa Vincent Brown, Principal of The University School receives an EarlyAct™ Manual from Maria Mohammed-Maharaj, President of the Rotary Club of St Augustine.  Looking on are Stacy Richards-Kennedy, Chairman of the School Council and Vishnu Balroop, Past President and EarlyAct™ Co-ordinator, Rotary Club of St Augustine
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First EarlyAct™ Club to be launched in Trinidad at The University School  2019-03-31 04:00:00Z 0 EarlyAct,Rotary,Rotaryclubofstaugustine
Posted on Feb 04, 2019
 
 
One of the projects that will benefit from proceeds of our 28th Annual Fete for Life is our 50th Anniversary Eye Project, where we will once again be partnering with Caribbean Eye Institute and Medical Associates Hospital to provide eye surgeries to patients in need.
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Posted on Jan 19, 2019
 
 
The Inner Wheel Club of St Augustine recently celebrated Inner Wheel Day with Feature Speaker, Caroline Alcock, british Deputy High Commission to Trinidad and Tobago on Saturday 19th January.  According to International Inner Wheel: President Helena Foster (1969-1970) came up with the idea for a special day for a special organisation, so she wrote a letter to all clubs worldwide.
 

"I would like to ask all members of clubs throughout the world to link together in ACTION ON JANUARY 10th. I have chosen this special day because it was on January 10th 1924 that the Mother Club, the Manchester Inner Wheel club, England, first adopted the name INNER WHEEL.

 

Read more at:   https://www.internationalinnerwheel.org/about-iiw/inner-wheel-day.html

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The Rotary Club of St Augustine together with The Greater Tunapuna Chamber of Industry & Commerce and partnering with NCB Global Finance presents a Breakfast Meeting entitled:
Overview of Procurement Legislation
Date: Friday 25th January 2019
Time: 7:00 am to 10:00 am
Petrea Hall, Centre of Excellence, Macoya.
Cost: $150.00
Link to register: https://goo.gl/forms/v5lGSqqWcODLcKal1

Feature Speaker:
Monilal Lalchan, Chairman, The Office of Procurement Regulation. Mr Lalchan is the Chairman and Procurement Regulator of the Procurement Board of Trinidad and Tobago. In the past, he has served on the Board of Governors and was also Chairman of the Audit Committee of the National Energy Skills Center (NESC), as well as Chairman of the Board of Directors of InvestTT Limited and of the Education Facilities Company Limited. No stranger to directorship in a number of prestigious firms; Moonilal is a former Director and Vice-President, Finance and Planning at the Atlantic LNG Company of Trinidad and Tobago, a former Director of several RBC financial institutions and the Hotel Facilitation Company Limited. With charitable work always close to his heart, Moonilal was a director of the Heroes Foundation and several other charitable organisations, in addition to being a past President of the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce.
To book call: 645-5639 or 270-6442 or Email:

gtchamberinfo@gmail.com rotaryclubofstaugustinett@gmail.com

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The Rotary Clubs of Chaguanas, Princes Town, San Fernando South and St Augustine will be having a joint meeting next Wednesday 23rd January from 7:00 pm.

Details are as follows:

Topic: The Role of the Entrepreneur as related to the Transport System in Trinidad & Tobago

Feature Speaker:
Mr Wayne Richards, Former Transport Commissioner (Retired September 2018)

Venue: Passage to Asia Restaurant, Chaguanas.

Contribution: $150.00

Online Registration Form:
https://goo.gl/forms/ifolPK5tES02IyTG3

Bio:
Mr Wayne Richards retired at the prestigious position of Transport Commissioner where he has made an indelible mark in transport and transport related activities in Trinidad and Tobago. He possesses a Masters Degree in Business Management and a Bachelor in International Transport Management, Motor Vehicle Technology and also studied in Singapore at the Land Transport Academy with certification in Intelligent Transport Systems and Transport Innovation Mr. Richards has served on numerous Transportation committees as far back as the 1990s.

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28th Annual Fete for Life 2019-01-15 04:00:00Z 0
 
Members of the Rotary Club of St Augustine journeyed to sister isle to celebrate the Rotary Club of Tobago's 50th Anniversary.  In January 1969, members of the Rotary Club of St Augustine also attended the Charter Ceremony of the Club.    According to John Brodbeck, Charter Member of the Rotary Club of St Augustine"The event was held at the newly opened Mt Irvine's Resort.  Frank Misir, QC from the Rotary Club of San Fernando who was the Rotary Administrative Advisor for the Group of Rotary Clubs presented the Charter to the Rotary Club of Tobago.  If I can recall the Charter President of the Club was the head of Customs in Tobago."   Past District Governor John sent a video message to the Rotary Club of Tobago on the occasion of their 50th Anniversary.  This video can be viewed at this link:  https://youtu.be/vUWATPwemT4.
 
Past District Governor John migrated back to the US in the 1970s and has been a Rotarian for over 50 years, starting with the Rotary Club of St Augustine and currently a member of the Rotary Club of Springvale.  He keeps in constant contact with some members in our Club.  For details on his 50+ years in Rotary, you can view this article from the Arizona Democrat Gazette at this link:  John Brodbeck
 
There are currently three (3) members of the Rotary Club of St Augustine who started their Rotary career at the Tobago Club.  One of those members Dietrich Schoeller, Past President also sent video greetings to the Club, which can be viewed at this link:  https://youtu.be/EWnkf1ewnWc.
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Posted by Maria Mohammed-Maharaj on Nov 11, 2018
 
 
The Rotary Clubs of Central, East and North Clusters of Trinidad & Tobago hosted an EndPolioNow Awareness Walk on 11/11/2018. Prior to the Walk, various Clubs provided public awareness on Polio Eradication with appearances on various Television Programmes.
See links below to Videos Interviews and Coverage:
 
Link to Photos from EndPolio Now Walk:
End Polio Now Awareness Walk Maria Mohammed-Maharaj 2018-11-11 04:00:00Z 0
Posted on Oct 24, 2018
 
 
On Friday 19th October 2018, there was major flooding throughout Trinidad.  One of the hardest hit area was in the Tunapuna/Piarco Region and the Rotary Club of St Augustine mobilised Rotarians, Rotaractors, Interactors, members of the business community and friends of Rotary working with the Tunapuna Piarco Regional Corporation to provide thousands of meals hours after the flooding and also food, cleaning and medical hampers.  We also provided mattresses, clothes, stoves and refrigerators to affected families and assisted other Rotary Clubs by donating supplies for their affected areas.
 
The Club plans to continue to work with the Tunapuna/Piarco Regional Corporation, other Rotary Clubs and the business community to assist with disaster response for the region.
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Posted by Maria Mohammed-Maharaj on Sep 05, 2018
 
The Greater Tunapuna Chamber of Industry & Commerce in collaboration with partner Business Chambers and Rotary Clubs of the East Cluster present 'Understanding where we are today - Trinidad and Tobago' on Monday 17th September from 7:00 to 11:00 am at Petrea Hall, Centre of Excellence, Macoya.
 
Feature Speakers include: Gary Griffith, Commissioner of Police; Dr Marlene Attzs, Economist; Conrad Enil, Group Chief Executive Officer, Eastern Credit Union; WIlfred Espinet, Chairman, Petrotrin and Afra Raymond, Chartered Surveyor and Managing Director of Raymond and Pierre. Price: $150.00 (Members of Business Chambers and Rotarians); $200.00 (Non-Members).
 
To register go to this link:  https://goo.gl/forms/f0jITs3g3qpEB1682
Understanding Where We Are Today - Trinidad and Tobago Maria Mohammed-Maharaj 2018-09-05 04:00:00Z 0
 
In 2008, RDC was established in Trinidad & Tobago and the main purpose is to:
(1) receive and stock in TT, cardiac pace-making devices (Pacemakers Defibrillators, and related accessories) from Manufacturers worldwide;
(2) To transship the devices to HBI Heart Centres in several parts of the world.
 
To date the RDC has distributed some 3,000 devices at an estimated all-in cost of $270 million, but what is most important is that our Club in Trinidad and Tobago has contributed in the saving of these 3,000 lives in just nine years, an average of 333 poor people lives saved annually.
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Posted on Aug 18, 2018
 
 
 
Rotarians and Rotaractors at St Joseph Girls' RC School assist with painting the premises.
 
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The Rotary Club of St Augustine recently celebrated its’ 50th Anniversary as a Chartered Rotary Club.  At the 50th Annual Handing Over Ceremony, held at The UWI Inn and Conference Centre, newly installed President, Maria Mohammed-Maharaj - the second female in the Club’s history to hold this position - noted that this significant milestone will be highlighted during the new Rotary year, with the continuation of the 50th Anniversary Eye Project, that started under Immediate Past President, Balraj Kelly. 
     This project, a partnership between the Rotary Club of St Augustine, Caribbean Eye Institute and Medical Associates Hospital, provides much needed eye surgeries to patients who could not afford these procedures. The Club will also execute projects during the year, under Rotary International’s Areas of Focus for Literacy as well Economic and Community Development.
 
  The annual Fundraising activities for the year will be:
  1. The 8th Annual Golf for Life that takes place on Saturday 29th September, 2018 in aid of Heartbeat International Trinidad & Tobago and other charities;
  2. The 28th Annual Carnival Fete for Life – Saturday 23rd February, 2019 in aid of charitable projects;
  3. 50th Anniversary Gala Fundraiser in aid of charitable projects (2019).
The 2018 to 2019 Board of Directors are as follows:
  • President – Maria Mohammed-Maharaj
  • Immediate Past President – Balraj Kelly
  • Vice President – Krishna Boodhai
  • President Nominee Elect – Indar Ramnath
  • Secretary – Keshma Maharaj
  • Treasurer – Dietrich Schoeller
  • Foundation Chair – Gary Williams
  • Service Projects – Jewan Sirjoosingh
  • Public Relations – Dr Deo Singh
  • Director – Dr John Bharath (Charter Member)
  • Sargeant-at-Arms – Rajin Sookhai
Photo Caption:  Rotary Club of St Augustine’s 2018 to 2019 Board 
Seated left to right:  Keshma Maharaj, Secretary; Maria Mohammed-Maharaj, President; Dietrich Schoeller, Treasurer. 
Standing left to right:  Jewan Sirjoosingh, Service Projects; Krishna Boodhai, Vice President; Balraj Kelly, Immediate Past President; Gary Williams, Foundation Chair and Rajin Sookhai, Sargeant-at-Arms. 
Missing:  Dr Deo Singh, Dr John Bharath and Indar Ramnath.
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Posted by Maria Mohammed-Maharaj
Rotary Club of St Augustine's 8th Annual Golf for Life in aid of Heartbeat International and other charities takes place on Saturday 29th September 2018 at Millennium Lakes Golf & Country Club. For further information, contact Richard Lara: 681-9684 or Lauren Lara: 640-8337.
8th Annual Golf for Life Maria Mohammed-Maharaj 2018-06-11 04:00:00Z 0
Posted by Maria Mohammed-Maharaj on Jun 05, 2018
It is with great sadness that our Club announces the passing of Harry Charran, Past President (1998 to 1999). Past President (PP) Harry has been a Rotarian for the past 25 years and was also the former Chairman of the Pacemaker Bank of Heart Beat International. PP Harry was one of the ‘Founding Fathers’ of The Greater Tunapuna Chamber of Industry and Commerce, serving as President during 1997 – 1998. We would like to extend our deepest condolences to his wife Henny, sons (Vivek and Vinai), family, friends and fellow Rotarians. May he rest in peace.
 
Passing of Harry Charran, Past President (1998 to 1999) Maria Mohammed-Maharaj 2018-06-05 04:00:00Z 0
Posted on Apr 16, 2018
It is with great sadness that our Club announces the passing of Basha Mohammed, Past President (1985 to 1986). Past President Basha has been a Rotarian for over 35 years and instrumental in some of the Club's major projects. Funeral details will be forthcoming. We would like to extend our deepest condolences to his wife Sharida, family and friends. May he rest in peace.
 
 
Passing of Club Member Basha Mohammed Maria Mohammed-Maharaj 2018-04-16 04:00:00Z 0
Posted by Maria Mohammed-Maharaj on Feb 26, 2018

On 27th February 2018, the Trinidad East Cluster Clubs held a joint meeting to mark the 113th Anniversary of the founding of Rotary which is observed annually on 23rd February.
 

 
113th Anniversary of Rotary International Maria Mohammed-Maharaj 2018-02-26 04:00:00Z 0
Posted by Maria Mohammed-Maharaj on Feb 03, 2018
 
Rotary Club of St Augustine's 27th Annual All Inclusive 'Fete for Life' will take place on Saturday 3rd February 2018 at Cattleya Retreat, Centre of Excellence, Macoya 8:00 pm to 2:00 am.

Featuring:
  • KI & The Band with Neval
  • Blaxx
  • Guest Artistes
  • DJ. Marcus Williams
  • Alicia D Duchess

Contribution:  TT$600.00

All proceeds to Charity
For tickets, please contact Maria at 678-4447 or Gary at 363-7490.
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27th Annual All Inclusive Carnival Fete - Fete for Life Maria Mohammed-Maharaj 2018-02-03 04:00:00Z 0 Carnival,Rotary Club of St Augustine,,Trinidad Carnival
Wishing you all the best on behalf of the Rotary Club of St Augustine Maria Mohammed-Maharaj 2017-12-21 04:00:00Z 0
27th Annual All Inclusive Carnival Fete - Fete for Life Maria Mohammed-Maharaj 2017-12-02 04:00:00Z 0
Posted by Maria Mohammed-Maharaj on Nov 12, 2017
The Rotary Club of St Augustine hosted a Tai Chi Fellowship Morning with members, Partners-in-Service and friends on Sunday 12th November
Tai Chi Fellowship Maria Mohammed-Maharaj 2017-11-12 04:00:00Z 0
Posted by Maria Mohammed-Maharaj on Oct 16, 2017
The Rotary Club of St Augustine held its' Annual Divali Celebrations on Wednesday 11th October at Phillip's Gourmet Restaurant.
 
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2017 Divali Celebrations Maria Mohammed-Maharaj 2017-10-16 04:00:00Z 0 Divali,Divali Celebrations,Rotary Club of St Augustine
Thank You to our Sponsors for supporting the 7th Annual Golf for Life in aid of Heartbeat International Trinidad & Tobago and other charities Maria Mohammed-Maharaj 2017-10-07 04:00:00Z 0
7th Annual Golf for Life Maria Mohammed-Maharaj 2017-10-07 04:00:00Z 0
Packing Items for Hurricane Affected Islands Maria Mohammed-Maharaj 2017-10-01 04:00:00Z 0
Members of the Rotary Club of St Augustine (District 7030) would like to extend our deepest condolences to the family, members of Heartbeat International of Trinidad and Tobago and RDC, on the recent passing of Farouk Khan Hosein, Program Coordinator of Heartbeat International of Trinidad & Tobago (HBITT). May he rest in peace. Photo from right to left: Farouk Hosein at the HBITT Display with members of the Rotary Club of St Augustine - Krishna Boodhai and Dr. Deo Singh - at the 1st Annual Golf for Life held in November 2011.
 
 
Passing of Farouk Khan Hosein, Program Coordinator of Heartbeat International of Trinidad & Tobago (HBITT) 2017-09-17 04:00:00Z 0
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Posted by Maria Mohammed-Maharaj on Sep 16, 2017
The Rotary and Rotaract Clubs Of St Augustine has partnered with Caribbean Bottlers Limited for International Coastal Cleanup Day.  Manzanilla Beach is the area that will be targeted.
 
International Coastal Cleanup Trinidad & Tobago Maria Mohammed-Maharaj 2017-09-16 04:00:00Z 0
Rotary Foundation Global Grant #GG1752667 2017-09-06 04:00:00Z 0
Best wishes from the Rotary Club of St Augustine Maria Mohammed-Maharaj 2017-08-31 04:00:00Z 0
Handing Over Ceremony - New Board for 2017 to 2018 Maria Mohammed-Maharaj 2017-07-08 04:00:00Z 0
Gary Williams, President meets Chartered Member John Brokbeck at 2017 RI Convention in Atlanta Maria Mohammed-Maharaj 2017-06-15 04:00:00Z 0
Regional Distribution Centre Booth at 2017 District 7030 Conference - Hyatt Regency Trinidad Maria Mohammed-Maharaj 2017-04-29 04:00:00Z 0
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We had our Christmas Function 2016 on 17th December. Los Voces Jovenes parang band entertained the members, partners in service, Rotaractors, and friends of Rotary. 
 
A sumptuous dinner followed.
 
 
Rotarians Balmatee Sukha, Ramesh Ramlogan and Partner in Service Sita Khandelwal
President Gary preparing "Alaska Oil Slick" shots
 
 
 
 
 
Los Voces Jóvenes in action
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One of our members Rtn Kristal kindly donated twenty food hampers for distribution to the needy in our community. In one weekend we had Rotarians, Rotaractors and Interactors all delivering  hampers.
Hamper Distribution Gary Williams 2016-12-21 00:00:00Z 0
Our Christmas function will be held on Saturday 17th December at President Gary's home starting from 4.30pm. Dinner will be served from 6.30 with Entertainment by a live Parang Band, Los Hombres starting at 5.30pm.
 
Contribution is $150 per person. Guests and Partners in Service are welcome.
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Mr Hamid Khan started to build a concrete house for himself and his wife at Bamboo Village Valsayn. He had some medical complications  which quickly consumed his savings and prevented him from completing the structure. 
 
The Rotary Club of St Augustine was called in to assist.
 
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Posted on Oct 24, 2016
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The Rotary Club of St Augustine is a major sponsor of the work of the Diabetes Education Research and Prevention Institute (DERPI). DERPI launched their DO campaign today which encourages pregnant women to get tested for diabetes. Diabetes can cause severe complications during pregnancy and most times can only be detected by medical testing.
Diabetes Education Research Prevention Institute (DERPI) Gary Williams 2016-10-25 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Gary Williams on Sep 06, 2016
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District Governor Roger Bose visits with board of Rotary and Rotaract Clubs of St Augustine
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Posted by Gary Williams on Mar 22, 2016
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The Rotaract Club of St Augustine celebrated their 13th Anniversary on 23rd March 2016. Members of the Rotary Club of St Augustine joined with them for the Anniversary dinner.
 
President Gary also used the opportunity to launch the mentorship programme where Rotarian mentors would be paired with Rotaractors. The mentors will be "a brain to pick, an ear to listen and somebody to push in the right direction".
 
Rotary Club St Augustine mentors Rotaract Club St Augustine members Gary Williams 2016-03-23 00:00:00Z 0
Global Entrepreneurship Week in Trinidad and Tobago Gary Williams 2015-12-01 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Maria Mohammed-Maharaj on Oct 12, 2015
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Anthony Young Sing and Curtis Lee Poy emerged winners of the 5th Annual Rotary Club of St Augustine Golf for Life Tournament held on Saturday 10th October at Millennium Lakes Golf & Country Club in Trincity.

Young Sing and Lee Poy, representing Massy Technologies, won with a tally of 46 Stableford points followed by the team of Rabindra Narine and Ahamad Ali (Second Crossing Hardware) two points back on 44. 

 In 3rd position was the team of 10-year-old Chris Richards Jr. and Wayne Baptiste (Royal Castle) who also had 44 points but lost out on a count back. 

Rounding out the top five were Subash Ragbir and George Bleasdell (JS Steel Construction) with 43 points and Richard Lara and Randy Dhalloo (Jadoo’s Trading) with 42. 

There were 10 pairs of prizes given out with the champions receiving attractive trophies, TT$5,000.00 in units from Unit Trust Corporation as well as hampers from Angostura.

No one was able to win the hole in one prize of a BMW 1 Series sponsored by 21st Century Insurance and Reinsurance Brokers Ltd or the US$250,000.00 prize for a hole in one from 180 yards on the 9th hole but Mohammed Haniff won bragging rights and a hamper for being the closest to the pin in the shootout.

The tournament was held to raise funds to support the work of Heartbeat International of Trinidad & Tobago in their efforts to supply pacemakers and defibrillators to needy patients throughout Trinidad and Tobago and a total of 42 teams participated this year.

At the prize-giving ceremony, Past President of the Rotary Club of St Augustine, Krishna Boodhai, chairman of the organizing committee, thanked the committee for their efforts in making the event another huge success.

He also indicated that some of the proceeds of the event would go toward developing the game of golf in the country through the continued sponsorship of two young promising golfers in the persons of Sarah Ramphal and Dinesh Jackree who received assistance last year and will continue to receive professional training for another year.

 

Gary Williams, President of the Rotary Club of St Augustine, presented the challenge trophy to the champions and congratulated all the other winners. 

He also expressed his gratitude to all the sponsors, participants and guests who were also asked to reserve October 1st for next year’s event.

 
Photo Caption:  L- R Gary Williams - President of Rotary Club of St Augustine, Krishna Boodhai Past President and Chairman of the Organizing Committee, Anthony Young Sing, Amoy Van Lowe - UTC, Curtis Lee Poy, Dr Deo Singh - Rotarian and member of the Organizing Committee.
 
Written by Richard Lara
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YOUNG SING, LEE POY WIN ROTARY CLUB GOLF FOR LIFE TOURNAMENT Maria Mohammed-Maharaj 2015-10-13 00:00:00Z 0
Posted by Gary Williams on Oct 06, 2015
We are still collecting items to assist the Pasea Fire victims

 
Pasea Fire Victims Gary Williams 2015-10-07 00:00:00Z 0
Posted on Sep 15, 2015
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The Rotary Club of St Augustine recently held the official launch for the 5th Annual Golf for Life Tournament  at the Caribbean Eye Institute in Valsayn.
   The event also included presentations by the main beneficiary for the event, Heartbeat International of Trinidad & Tobago (HBITT) and two (2) recipients of pacemakers, Christine Bocus and  Mei-Gui Cen.
     Mei-Gui Cen had open-heart surgery at Stony Brook Hospital in the US when she was only 4 years old and received her 1st pacemaker in 1994.  She is currently 24 years old and lives in Tunapuna.  Since then, she is now on her third pacemaker, which was implanted by HBITT on 18th October  2010 by Dr Sateesh Ramphall. Mei-Gui received her undergraduate degree in Physics from The University of the West Indies (The UWI) and has recently started her Masters in Project Management at The UWI.  In her spare time Mei-Gui is an avid hiker, trekking across numerous nature trails in Trinidad and Tobago.
      Christine Bocus was diagnosed with a third heart blockage at the age of 14 and she received her first pacemaker in 2006. After five (5) years the battery life came to an end and she received her second pacemaker in 2011.  Christine is also 24 years old and lives in Waterloo. She recently completed her undergraduate degree in Accounting and is currently working at RBC Royal Bank.
      Since its inception in 2011, the Rotary Club of St Augustine’s Golf for Life has raised over $450,000.00 for HBITT.  The 5th Annual Tournament takes place on 10th October at Millennium Golf and Country Club.
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The Rotary Club of St Augustine is currently preparing for it's 4th Annual Golf for Life tournament; once again featuring our Million Dollar Shootout!!! 
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