Dear Friends in Service,

Are you a Rotaractor? If the answer is yes, then you are truly privileged. I have my reasoning to say that, Rotaract is truly a place where you find yourself and discover your true potential. In Rotaract you will gain more than you will give, the wisdom, a big heart, a humble approach and a loving family. Being a Rotaractor gives you an opportunity to serve, it doesn’t require much of your money; it only needs your time, intellect and commitment to sort out ways to solve societal problems.

Fellow Rotaractors,

Our obligation when joining Rotaract begins by attending our club meetings, participating in service projects, and come up with innovative ideas to further strengthen our club and in order to fully address our community issues at large. After joining a Rotaract club our first obligation will be to find our passion and offer our talent to our club. When we are passionate we will be powerful enough to move from hesitation to action.

We as a Rotaractor must learn to share the inspiriting and loving experience of Rotaract / Rotary at any place at any time, when ever we got the opportunity to speak. That’s the only tool to grow our membership and help us expand our family.

You are a Rotarian whether your club is called Interact, Rotaract, or Rotary. To become a true Rotarian and not just a member of your club, you must get involved. When you are engaged and when you find your heart of service, then you will feel connected to your club and to Rotary as an organization. Do not limit your involvement to your club. Get involved with wider venues for learning about Rotary.

Your ideas, insights and support are very much essential toward the success of fulfilling our Rotaract practice “Fellowship Through Service” Let us all unit and chart our way forward for a productive Rotary year. I am confident that if we work together, then we will move this district forward and guarantee many in our community the better lives they deserve.

Yours in Service,

Rahel Getachew
District Rotaract Representative 2014-2015
Ethiopia – Kenya – Eritrea – South Sudan
From the Rotaract Club of Keroggie
Rotary District 9212
Light Up Rotary

Rahel Getachew, Rahel Getachew District Rotaract Representative - 2014-2015 Ethiopia – Kenya – Eritrea – South Sudan - Rotary District 9212

We live in a society that carves positive change, that needs true passion for change and that needs friendships that will last for a life time. As a person of that society that is what Rotaract Club of Lewet gave me. It became the safe heaven for me to grow personally, to find my purpose in the world and to discover my true self. I joined for the purpose of helping others and in the process I made friends of a lifetime who share the same values and passion as me. I saw volunteerism in its truest sense and what someone can do to bring a positive change in the lives of it community. Lewet is a club which strives to include every young person to be able to find what he/she is looking for or even more. For more than 8 years I have been part of the club, I have seen first hand what a group of young people with the passion for service and friendship can accomplish, with many of its projects on education, disease prevention, professional development, water and sanitation upto the environment touching every part of the community for a decade of service in excellence. AS you go through the pages of this website you will witness of what it is all about. Fellowship thorough Service. Happy 10th year Anniversary and may it bring us many more years of service to come.

Mr. Abenezer Feleke, http://rclewet.org