The meaning behind the RCCSE Club Banner

By Thursday, June 17, 2021
The meaning behind the RCCSE Club Banner:

The Rotary Club of Chicago Southeast proudly serves under this banner.

Founded in 1997, next year the club celebrates 25 years of service!
The meaning behind the RCCSE Club Banner:

Kente Cloth Border - Represents our African heritage and connection to the continent.

Clock - This clock was built on ‘Rotary Island’ located at 87th and Stony Island in Chicago in 2007. It was donated by RCCSE and is the 1st permanent edifice erected by a Rotary club in the Chicago area.

Rotary Wheel - The international Rotary symbol recognized around the world.

Jean Baptiste Point du Sable - Homage to the founder of Chicago. DuSable, of Haitian decent, was the first permanent non-indigenous settler in Chicago. He became a powerful trader and pioneer of the Midwest.

The Rotary Club of Chicago Southeast proudly serves under this banner.

Founded in 1997, next year the club celebrates 25 years of service!

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