Rotaract Sunrise Receives International Award

Philipsburg, Sint Maarten- May 24th, 2016 The Rotaract Club of St. Maarten Sunrise received an award and a certificate for the Basic Education & Literacy: Four Way Test Song Competition which they took part in through a video to promote the four way test recited by the Rotary family all around the world.

Rotaractors Anandah Brandy and Jamanties Gumbs recorded a song to delineate the meaning and origin of the four way test and Rotary on a whole. This video received the most likes and received first prize throughout District 7020. As part of the prize, the club received US five hundred dollars to put towards any upcoming community project.(The video can be found on our facebook page.)
Rotaract club, a Rotary club partner, is a non-profit organization and community service club, for individuals between 18 and 30 years old. The Rotaract Club also provides unique opportunities for individuals to develop themselves professionally and network with different people around the world, through workshops, guest speakers and international service projects. Our motto is “Fellowship through Service”, meaning we also take time out to get to know each other better and reflect on all we did, what we are doing and what we are about to do for our community. For more information about the Rotaract Club of St. Maarten Sunrise, you can email us at [email protected]/* */ or visit and like our Facebook: Rotaract Sunrise St. Maarten for pictures and more updates.

Source: Daily Herald
Rotaract Sunrise Receives International Award


  1. Congratulations on a well deserved honor. As a Rotary Assistant Governor in the USA, I understand full well the many ways Rotary impacts lives through service projects undertaken around that world. From eradicating polio from the face of the earth to providing clean drinking water where it otherwise would not be available, Rotary truly makes a positive difference. Thank you for all you do for your local Rotaract Club and keep up the good work!