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Published:Friday | July 17, 2020 | 12:00 AM
Director of public relations Melissa Anderson presents the guest speaker, Minister Edmund Bartlett ,with a gift to show the club's appreciation.
Immediate past president Atasha Bernard (right) passes the gavel over incoming president Carey Crooks.
It's all about the safety shake for president of the Rotary Club of Kingston East and Port Royal, Carey Crooks (left), and Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett.
When the past meets the present, these presidents celebrate. President Carey Crooks and immediate past president Atasha Bernard bask in the happy moment.

The Rotary Club of Kingston East and Port Royal recently installed its new president to physical and virtual members and specially invited guests. Master of ceremonies for the event and a past president of the Rotary Club of Kingston, François St Juste, kept the programme flowing seamlessly as he welcomed the incoming president, Carey Crooks. Here are the social highlights.