Dear Fellow Rotarians, As I step into the role of the President
of the Rotary Club of Mumbai Queen's Necklace (RCMQN), there is
a deep feeling of pride at being a member of such an illustrious
club that has consistently outperformed itself in all avenues of
Rotary life. Over the years the club has added good quality members
to its fold and its current strength stands at 179. The collective
engagement of the club members with service projects has never been
better. The contribution of the club to TRF is at an all-time high.
The spirit of "Proud to be a member of RCMQN " rides high among
The year has already started on a very positive note with a "hatke"
installation, great speaker meetings in July and lots more coming
up. Things will be different for a few months but by no means will
they be any less interesting.
The Miracles team that has consistently been involved in changing
the lives of the less privileged is off to a flying start. Distribution
of meals and food kits kicked off the year. Medical projects are
under way and education continues to remain an area of focus. On
the club front, my aim is to assimilate the old and the new - the
older stalwarts in the club have a lot to teach the newer lot. Similarly,
the new members bring with them their deep desire to give back to
society and get involved with the social initiatives of the club.
The Board of Directors for the year 2020-21 has a very good mix
of highly experienced members as well as a very enthusiastic fresh
crop. Together they strike the right balance in bringing new dynamics
to the club whilst keeping it constantly on the chosen path of its
long term goals.
To take inspiration from what Mother Teresa said- "Be faithful in
small things because it is in them that your strength lies", Team
2020-21 promises that they may or may not do great things but they
will do all the small things with love.
Yours in Service
Rtn. Sneha Pathak