2020-2021 District Logo and Theme
Hands and Flame
The flame illustrates the burning desire and passion persons possess that drives them to
become better rotaractors to serve their community and by extension the world. The hands
represent the hands belonging to rotaractors and the effort they make to hold the passion or
drive they have or to reach and regain the passion they may have lost along their rotaract
The Hibiscus is a flower that is found in all territories in District 7020. This commonality
translates into the close bond that creates the family-like feeling we experience as rotaractors.
Iguana and Leaves
The iguana represents the rock iguana that is indigenous to one of the British Virgin Islands
main islands, Anegada. The leaves that form the crest signifies the importance of environmental
consciousness and the need for preservation so that species such as the iguana could continue
to have a safe natural niche to thrive.
‘Re-ignite your passion through service’ was developed out of the concern that is often
expressed during discussions and forums surrounding membership retention; the fact that many
rotaractors feel a sense of burnout or for others and the loss of the passion they initially had
when they joined the Rotaract family. It is important to note that reasons for joining the
organization vary from person to person and as such, we must ensure that members’ interests
are catered to as much as possible. As a result, I felt the need to use this year to motivate and
encourage the entire district to adopt and maintain a membership retention and growth
approach and not vice versa, because I firmly believe you have to focus on taking care of your
members first before growing the family. By using this approach it is hoped a climate is created
within respective clubs where members would feel appreciated, encouraged and inspired so
they could gain the motivation to re-ignite the passion they once had.