Rotary Club Malta 
Chartered 1967 District 2110
"Service above Self"
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Nunzio Scibilia District Governor 2016-2017
Dear friends in Rotary,
Palermo, 1st June 2017
A year has flown by and I am about to write my last letter as Governor for District 2110. I sincerely hope that I have not been too tedious with my reflections and suggestions, but as you all know, entertaining you with the monthly Rotarian theme is one of my duties. This month we shall look at Rotary Foundation and Rotarian Circles.
In 1917, at the International Congress of Atlanta, with his idea of setting up a fund ‘to do good to the world’, Arch Klumph planted the seed that grew into the Rotary Foundation. Thanks to his vision and to the untiring efforts and the extraordinary generosity of Rotarians in the World, that fund has developed into one of the most important humanitarian foundations of the planet.
That idea and the initial contribution of $26.50 sparked off a power that has seen works of solidarity modifying the life of millions by improving the living conditions of various communities.
As this Rotarian Year comes to an end, RF celebrates its 100th birthday. It has been a century in which Rotarians have been involved in extraordinary activities, placing themselves voluntarily at the service of humanity each contributing with their own professional abilities and using their personal contacts. Since its foundation, Rotary Foundation has invested 3 Billion dollars in sustainable projects with the aim of providing clean water, fighting disease, promoting peace, providing basic instruction and making an effort in developing local economies.
Furthermore, in the last thirty years, we are in the forefront in the effort to eradicate Polio from the World.
Rotarians return to Atlanta from all over the World to celebrate this prestigious anniversary, the Centenary of the Rotary Foundation. It is the perfect occasion to globally share the worthy results and to make sure that all Rotarians and every member of the world communities be aware of the actions accomplished by Rotary and its Foundation. This achievement deserves to be celebrated. Rotarians have set themselves a precise objective, the collection of 300 million dollars during the centenary year. Our donations will allow the Foundation to have a stronger impact during the second centenary of its activities.
Rotarian Circles, known as Rotary Fellowship, are autonomous social groups made up of people who share common passions. Partaking in these fellowships is an enjoyable way of making friends with people from all over the world as well as discovering different ways of “being Rotarians”.
Fellowships are, therefore, groups of Rotarians, of their family members, of alumni and participants to Rotarian programmes who wish to:
 Share common interests, passions, sport, hobbies or professions
 Improve their professional abilities by comparing themselves with people employed in matching activities
 Widen one’s own Rotarian experience by engaging in new opportunities and new acquaintances
 Discover new occasions to work in favour of Rotary and Rotary Foundation
 Discover healthy moments of enjoyment
Several Fellowships were created and they have grown in number in recent years, creating wide programmes based on two fundamental factors: Organising events for members such as bicycle or skiing races, motorcycle excursions, sailing regattas, etc.; creating events to support organizations in aid of the less fortunate groups of people.


Friday May 12th 2017
The President of Rotary Club Malta Carmel Lino Cutajar presided over this annual event held at the InterContinental Arena Conference Centre, St Julian's. A presentation was made to the Malta Red Cross of a children's ambulance made possible from funds and contributions from the evening.
The pictures of the evening can be found in the Rotary Photo Album
We wish to thank our main sponsors of the evening:
Eden Leisure Group Ltd, InterContinental Hotel, Mediterranean Academy of Culture, Tourism and Trade, 
The General Soft Drinks Co. Ltd, Edwards Lowell, Sicilia Outlet Village, HSBC, GO, WH.Partners, Deloitte,
Frank Salt Real Estate, Mediterranean Bank, Quick Lets.


Malta area has been awarded the Global Grant Scholarship in the name of our preferred applicant Dr. Andrea Debono Sant Cassia.

Andrea will read an LLM ( Masters of Law) in Human Rights and Humanitarian Law at the University of Essex.

President's Welcome
Prof. Carmel Lino Cutajar  
President 2016-2017 
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Through our web site we aim to reach out to the community which we serve, both in Malta and beyond, to communicate with our members, our colleagues in Sicily with whom we share a District and all Rotarians interested to know more about the activities of our club and perhaps also pay us a visit.Visitors are sure to receive a warm welcome.
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