The Rotary Club of Accra- Airport (RCAA) has inducted new members with a call on Rotarians to view their membership as an opportunity to serve society.
The President of RCAA, Nana Gyamfi Acheampong, who made the call said it was not for nothing that the object of Rotary was to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise.
The inductees were a media practitioner, Ms. Harriet Nartey; an Information Technology Consultant/Oil & Gas expert, Mr Bismark Djahene; a Human Resource Consultant/Entrepreneur, Ms. Esmeralda Thompson, and a Lawyer, Ms Regina Martin-Peprah.
Nana Acheampong also presented inductees with a packet of Rotary literature at the ceremony which took place last Wednesday.
He said leadership was a very important part of Rotarian activities.
In that regard, he urged the new members to let their leadership skills lead them in all that they did.
"You have been chosen to membership in the Rotary Club of Accra-Airport because your fellow members believe you to be leaders in your vocation and because you manifest those qualities of head and of heart which fit you to interpret and impart the message of Rotary to those with whom you come in contact with," Nana Acheampong told them.
He said as representatives of their vocation in the club, any contribution of an educational value pertaining to that vocation must naturally come to the club through them.
“On the other hand, you become the ambassador from us to your classification, and it becomes your duty to carry the ideals and principles of service to your work,” he said.