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Welcome, RY 2012-13!


contents No. 1 July/August 2012

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50 LARGEST ROTARY CLUBS WORLDWIDE as of JULY 2011

Zone District Club Name #of Members 25 5030 Seattle 628 30 6860 Birmingham 564 27 5340 Oklahoma 533 26 5340 San Diego 511 21 5840 San Antonio 499 34 6900 Atlanta 495 31 6200 Baton Rouge 494 28 6250 Madison 492 26 5170 San Jose 461 30 6710 Louiseville 457 30 6760 Nashville 449 21 5790 Fort Worth 448 31 6110 Tulsa 441 31 6150 Little Rock 427 29 6600 Toledo 420 30 6560 Indianapolis 404

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03 14 Milwaukee Los Angeles Wichita Tacoma Chattanooga Huntsville Sacramento Rochester Lexington Kota Shreveport Bombay Columbus Cincinnati Yakima Tokyo Columbus Ann Arbor Kansas City Nagpur Cedar Rapids Oakland Sioux Falls Iowa City New York Long Beach Greensboro Denver Charlotte Waco Greenville Dayton Des Moines Jacksonville

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Make A Connection The Governor’s message and call for a serious participation in making membership the outmost goal of every club in the district.

Membership Development Areas 1 & 2, 3 & 4 held their respective seminars for membership development and retention

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Induction and Turnover Ceremonies

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The Rotary Foundation

Some do it with a big BANG

Status of grants in the district; what they say about Future Vision Plan


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Tony C. Bautista District Governor 2012-2013

DG TONY TALKED TO STUDENTS DURING RCSFLU’S DONATION OF SCHOOL CHAIRS

My dear friends and fellow Rotarians, Every year, we are asked to motivate, inspire, and challenge our clubs to do the best they can and achieve as much as they can. This year is no different. We are asked to do better. RI President Sakuji Tanka wants us to focus our club energies on the 3 priorities of RI Strategic Plan: to support and strengthen clubs, to increase humanitarian service, and to enhance Rotary’s public image and awareness. This year, I want you to make a connection! Among your members, clusters, and partners in service. It could be during a meeting, while attending district functions, when doing projects, or when linking through your computer. To connect is to bond, join, unite, link, relate, touch base, tie in, put together two or more pieces/people. To connect is to talk to one another, work with one another, touch each other, and understand each other. Rotarians and clubs connecting with the common goal of helping others are more effective, stronger, happier. If all of us are connecting in mind and in action, then we can work as one, to make our clubs and district bigger and better. May peace be with us through the service that we do to humanity. Yours in Rotary, Tony

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MEMBERSHIP RESOURCES http://www.rotary.org/e n/Members/GeneralInfor

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ROTARIANS ON THE INTERNET BREADBASKET . 1 AUGUST 2012

Take the Rotary Membership Challenge http://www.rotary.org/en/Members/ Events/Announcements/Pages/ 120827_announce_membership.aspx

1 - Take the Rotary Membership Challenge!

RI President Sakuji Tanaka

Peace Through Service

Share your passion for Rotary with your family, friends, and community during Member-ship and Extension Month in August. This year you're invited to take part in two activities designed to help you remember why you joined Rotary, what keeps you coming back, and why others should join.

Not on Twitter? Listen to Rotary's popular webinar Using Social Media to Promote Your Club or District to learn how to create a Twitter account, post your first tweet, use hashtags, and lots more.

2 - New online goal-setting tool for club and district leaders Rotary Club Central, an online tool to help club and district leaders set and track goals, launched last week. It gives Rotary a better way to measure the impact Rotarians are making worldwide. The new tool empowers club and district leaders to monitor club progress and achievements in three key performance areas: membership initiatives, service activities, and Rotary Foundation giving. Rotary Club Central includes charts that track membership retention and Annual Fund giving over the past five years. District leaders can view a summary of club progress.

First, take the Rotary Mem-bership Challenge. Commit to sponsor a new member, tell a friend or colleague about your club's projects, or volunteer as a mentor to prospective or new mem-bers. After you Rotary and social networking complete the form we'll email you Rotarians help provide links to resources to help you meet service through the challenge! fellowship, and social networking is one of the Second, participate in the first-ever many ways Rotarians are Rotary Moment Tweet Day on 14 connecting online. August. Tweet about your favorite Visit Rotary International's Rotary memory or event, talk about official social networking your club's activities, or share your pages and join the community service project. conversation.


PAGES FROM ROTI BREADBASKET AUGUST 2012 CLUB & MEMBER NOS.

Afghanistan Åland Islands Albania Algeria American Samoa Andorra Angola Anguilla Antarctica Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Aruba Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bermuda Bhutan Bolivia Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Brazil British Virgin Islands Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burundi Cambodia Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Cayman Islands Central African Republic Chad Chile China, People's Republic

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Rotary International Club Member Count by Country and Geographic Area 31 May 2012 Colombia Comoros Congo Congo, The Democratic Rep Cook Islands Costa Rica Côte d'Ivoire Croatia Curaçao Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Djibouti Dominica Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt El Salvador England Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Faroe Islands Fiji Finland France French Guiana French Polynesia Gabon Gambia Georgia Germany Ghana Gibraltar Greece Greenland Grenada

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Guadeloupe 8 Guam 4 Guatemala 27 Guernsey-Channel Islands 3 Guinea 3 Guinea-Bissau 1 Guyana 6 6 Haiti 19 Honduras 29 Hong Kong 52 Hungary 47 Iceland 30 India 3148 Indonesia 9 91 Ireland 44 Isle of Man 5 Israel 59 Italy 802 Jamaica 29 Japan 2292 Jersey-Channel Islands 2 Jordan 9 Kazakhstan 1 Kenya 41 Kiribati 1 Korea, Republic of 1588 Kosovo 11 Kyrgyzstan 1 Lao People's Democratic Republic 1 1 Latvia 20 Lebanon 24 Lesotho 2 Liberia 3 Liechtenstein 2 Lithuania 45 Luxembourg 23 Macao 6 Macedonia, former Yugoslav 13 Madagascar 18 Malawi 5 5 Malaysia 113 Mali 15 Malta 3 Martinique 7

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Mauritania Mauritius Mayotte Mexico Micronesia, Federated States Moldova Monaco Mongolia Montenegro Montserrat Morocco Mozambique Namibia Nauru Nepal Netherlands New Caledonia New Zealand Nicaragua Niger Nigeria Norfolk Island 1 Northern Ireland Northern Mariana Islands Norway Pakistan Palau Palestine Panama Papua New Guinea Paraguay Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Puerto Rico Réunion Romania Russian Federation Rwanda Saint Barthélemy Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Lucia Saint Martin

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Saint Pierre and Miquelon Saint Vincent & d'Grenadines Samoa San Marino Sao Tome and Principe Scotland Senegal Serbia Seychelles Sierra Leone Singapore Sint Maarten Slovakia Slovenia Solomon Islands South Africa South Sudan Spain Sri Lanka Sudan Suriname Swaziland Sweden Switzerland Taiwan Tajikistan Tanzania, United Republic of Thailand 2 Timor-Leste Togo Tonga Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turks and Caicos Islands 2 Uganda Ukraine United Arab Emirates United States United States Virgin Islands Uruguay Vanuatu Venezuela Wales Zambia Zimbabwe

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New country added to Rotary map

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embers of the first Rotary club in the island nation of Kiribati spent a week in August celebrating its charter.

On 11 August, RI General Secretary Ed Futa, on behalf of the RI Board, approved a charter for the Rotary Club of Kiritimati, Line Islands, Republic of Kiribati, adding another nation to the more than 200 countries and geographical areas on the Rotary map.

Governor Jack Davies of District 9220 presents the Rotary Club of Kiritimati charter certificate to club president Ruta Uatioa.

http://www.rotary.org/en/MediaAndNews/News/Pa ges/080911_news_kiribati.aspx


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50 LARGEST ROTARY CLUBS WORLDWIDE as of JULY 2011

Zone District Club Name #of Members 25 5030 Seattle 628 30 6860 Birmingham 564 27 5340 Oklahoma 533 26 5340 San Diego 511 21 5840 San Antonio 499 34 6900 Atlanta 495 31 6200 Baton Rouge 494 28 6250 Madison 492 26 5170 San Jose 461 30 6710 Louiseville 457 30 6760 Nashville 449 21 5790 Fort Worth 448 31 6110 Tulsa 441 31 6150 Little Rock 427 29 6600 Toledo 420 30 6560 Indianapolis 404

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Milwaukee Los Angeles Wichita Tacoma Chattanooga Huntsville Sacramento Rochester Lexington Kota Shreveport Bombay Columbus Cincinnati Yakima Tokyo Columbus Ann Arbor Kansas City Nagpur Cedar Rapids Oakland Sioux Falls Iowa City New York Long Beach Greensboro Denver Charlotte Waco Greenville Dayton Des Moines Jacksonville

ROTARY CLUB LOCATOR APP Find a club meeting wherever you are with the Rotary Club Locator app. Search by city, state, and country or by distance from your location. The Rotary Club Locator app gives you: Ÿ A list of clubs in the area; Save your favorite clubs; Club meeting location, day, and time; Map of the selected Club

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GET ROTARY’S FREE CLUB LOCATOR APP

by Lawrence Tristram Assistant Editor Breadbasket

www.rotary.org

http://www.rotary .org/en/aboutus/ sitetools/Pages/ ridefault.aspx


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ROTARY CLUB MEMBERSHIP BY ZONE/REGION GREAT BRITAIN & IRELAND 5% AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND & PACIFIC ISLANDS 4%

USA, CANADA & CARIBBEAN 36%

ASIA, 25%

LATIN AMERICA 8% EUROPE, AFRICA & MIDDLE EAST 22%

Join the no.1 global fellowship of Rotary!

ROTARIANS ON THE INTERNET

www.roti.org

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OTI is a global fellowship of about 2000 Rotarians in 109 countries who communicate to each other through the internet.

Two ROTI chairs came from the Philippines: Philip Merritt, 2000-2003; Ron Nethercutt, 2007-2009. The current chair is Steve Sokol from USA. PP Glo Nethercutt is the current editor of the ROTI monthly newsletter called the breadbasket. To read the 1August breadbasket, go to ROTI site and click http://roti.org/Newsletter/newshome.asp


FINDING AND KEEPING MEMBERS

Each Rotarian

REACH ONE, KEEP ONE

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"Each Rotarian: Reach One, Keep One”

T o be an effective, relevant, and vibrant group within a community, a Rotary club needs to continually admit new members and retain current ones. A club's ability to serve the community is directly related to the strength and size of its membership base. A club that

"Each Rotarian: Reach One, Keep One," the membership slogan approved by the RI Board of Directors, is a reminder that every Rotarian is responsible for inviting new members and keeping clubs active and vibrant. It also stresses that retention is an essential component of a strong club and membership base.

se the club brochure templates to tell prospective members about your club and its activities. Combine it with the Club Membership Inquiry Form for an even more effective approach.

stays active encourages Rotarians to remain connected to the organization.

To encourage the sponsorship and retention of new members, certificates that can be administered at the club level are available. Finding members PDG Oyan Villanueva Zone 7 Membership MDS Speaker

New members bring important benefits to the club, including an increased capacity to serve the community, future leadership, diversity, and fresh ideas, interests, and energy. The club brochure templates are one way to advertise your club to prospective members. These files can be edited to suit different needs and geographic locations. Once you create your own brochure, you can print it out and keep copies to distribute to prospective members or the general public at club events. Prospective members can fill out and submit the accompanying Club Membership Inquiry Form if the’re interested in learning more about your club, including its community service activities. Clubs can use the form to learn more about prospective members and invite them to their weekly meetings, projects, or events.

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FINDING AND KEEPING MEMBERS

When you’re approached by a prospective member, it is helpful to have a concise speech ready about Rotary and your club’s accomplishments. Read how other Rotarians describe Rotary. To learn more about proposing an individual for membership in your Rotary club or a Rotary club in your area, visit the Proposing a New Member page or consult How to Propose a New Member. Keeping members Retaining qualified members is as critical to Rotary’s long-term health and success as inducting new ones. Current members who are dedicated, active, and motivated support the effective functioning of the club and are likely to attract new Rotarians.

CLUB BROCHURE

New member videos Use this new member video to help acquaint new members with Rotary and show them how they can make the most of their membership. Ÿ Rotary Minute, a collection of testimonials from Rotarians, is also a good resource for introducing new members to the organization. Related resources (PDF) Membership Development Resource Guide Membership Minute e-newsletter New Member Orientation: A How-to Guide for Clubs Rotary Basics (PDF or online) Partners in Membership Development Membership forms Membership Proposal Form Membership Data Form Club Membership Inquiry Form (included in the club brochure kit) Prospective Member Form Membership Referral Form (PDF or online) Membership Relocation Form (PDF or online) For more ideas, consult the New Member Orientation: A How-to Guide for Clubs.

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Successful retention strategies include educating members and keeping them involved and informed. When a new member becomes active and connected, both the club and the member become stronger. Learn more. If your club is aware of a member who is changing locations but still wishes to be part of a local Rotary club, encourage that person to complete the relocation form online or submit the PDF version. Ideas for integrating a new member into your Rotary club include: Ÿ Introducing them to other club members each week for the first month Ÿ Encouraging them to become involved in club service projects Ÿ Inviting them to attend meetings of sponsored Interact or Rotaract clubs Ÿ Encouraging them to get involved in international programs such as Group Study Exchange or Rotary Youth Exchange Ÿ Inviting them to neighboring clubs for a make-up meeting so they can learn about attendance requirements and observe the spirit of fellowship Ÿ Asking them and their spouses to social activities, dinners, or other special events Ÿ Encouraging them and their spouses to attend the district conference or RI Convention Ÿ Appointing a mentor to help them become active Rotarians


MEMBERSHIP DEVELOPMENT SEMINARS

It is all about FINDING AND KEEPING MEMBERS!

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May Shilton of RC Mabalacat wrote:

ach host for the membership seminar put forth a line of powerful speakers, who drew attention to the goal of improving recruitment and retention of qualified, enthusiastic members, and to help clubs with membership growth and retention.

The seminar should have been attended by new members, since there were lots of things to learn. Speaker PDG Tato of D3820 pointed out that “clubs should make their meetings lively and interesting. The secret, he said, is to put more emphasis on fellowship. When members are happy with their weekly club meeting, they will always look forward to the next meeting with more enthusiasm.”

AREA 1 & 2, 30 June 2012 Hotel Ariana, Bauang, La Union Hosted by RC San Fdo LU, Inc. DISTRICT PARLIAMIENTARIAN PDG ALVIN GONZALES

ZONE 7 MEMBERSHIP CHAIR PDG OYAN VILLANUEVA DISTRICT TRAINER PDG JESS NICDAO

PDG MARK GO

PDG CHIT LICHAUCO D3820

AREA 3 & 4, 28 July 2012, Lou-is Resort Balanga City. Bataan Hosted by Bataan Association of Rotary Clubs

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PDG TATO DIMAYUGA, D3820


DISTRICT ANNOUNCEMENTS

PP Rommel Jose Suarez DGR-PRM To : ALL CLUB PRESIDENTS. Please pay your Philippine Rotary Magazine (PRM) club dues (PhP 270.00 per member/semester or PhP 540.00p member/year). Deposit to any BPI branch nearest you.

Host clubs: RC Central Tarlac, Rotaract & Interact Clubs of Tarlac State University, and STI College Tarlac

Account name: Philippine Rotary Magazine Foundation, Inc. Account no.: 3371-0064-93 Bank: BPI, Congressional-Visayas Ave., Quezon City Branch.

25-28 October 2012

1st METRO SPORTS Host: Rotary Club of Metro San Fernando Pampanga Chair: PP Simon Manquio

TRF

SEMINAR

Host: Rotary Club of Mabalacat

&TEAM 3B

24 November 2012 starts 2pm Oxford Hotel, Clark

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ROTARY COMMUNITY CORP Seminar 1 & 2 Host: Rotary Club of Baguio September 22, 2012Benguet State University

Seminar 3 & 4 Host: Rotary Club of Central Tarlac September 29, 2012 Bulwagan ng Kapitolyo

GOVERNOR’S MONTHLY NEWSLETTER JULY/AUGUST 2012

Inter Cluster Bowling Fellowship, Duckpin & 10pin, 11 January 2013, Baguio Each cluster to form team of 5 for both duckpin & 10pin. Team 3B has ongoing Bowling Tournament in Pampanga to end on 8 Aug. to represent the district’s PEACECEMAKERS" Team. Tournament format and mechanics will be sent through your emails. - PP Sonny Estavilllo District Sports [Bowling]


The ROTARY FOUNDATION July 2012 World Reporting Analysis for District 3790

District 3790, RI Dear Governor Bautista, On behalf of the Trustees, thank you for participating in The Rotary Foundation (TRF) grants programs to serve communities in need. I am writing to update you on the world reporting analysis conducted in July 2012. The analysis is performed on a quarterly basis to track each district’s compliance with reporting requirements for Rotary Foundation grant projects. I am happy to inform you that District 3790 was 76% up-to-date with reporting requirements for grants sponsored by the district and its clubs as of the July 2012 analysis. The Trustees rely on district leaders to ensure that stewardship guidelines are being upheld worldwide and they thank you for your efforts. We recognize the hard work involved to maintain this level of compliance and encourage your district and its clubs to continue your good work. At the time the analysis was conducted, District 3790 had 17 grants in paid, funded, and reported status. Please see the table at the end of the letter for the list of grants (information included in the table is up-to-date as of the date of analysis). We encourage you to work with the clubs in your district to ensure that reports are submitted for any overdue grants. Over the next few days, TRF will be sending report reminder letters for any grants for which it has been 18 months or more since the last payment or report date. You will be copied on these letters for any grants in your district. For updated grant statuses or more detailed information, please contact the TRF grant coordinator listed below for each grant number. You can also request a copy of your district’s file activity report from the TRF Contact Center at contact.center@rotary.org or the Stewardship Department at StewardshipDepartment@Rotary.org and find a list of Frequently Asked Questions about world reporting on the Rotary International website. The Rotary Foundation appreciates the good work that you do and we thank you for your efforts to comply with the Foundation’s reporting requirements.

District Rotary Foundation Chair PDG Vitt Gutierrez Metro Olongapo

SUB COMIITEE CHAIRS Grant PP Gerard Adineau Baguio Annual Giving PP Alice De Vera Tarlac Permanent Fund PDG Ben Henson Clarkfield

THE ROTARY FOUNDATION of Rotary International 1560 Sherman Avenue Evanston, IL 60201-3698 USA

Sincerely, Sarah Christensen District Support Specialist Stewardship Department Rotary International and The Rotary Foundation Phone: 001.847.424.5267

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PolioPlus PP Sean Vera Cruz Vigan GSE PP Liza Melendez Calasiao


The ROTARY FOUNDATION SUB COMIITEE CHAIRS

July 2012 World Reporting Analysis for District 3790 Scholarship /PHF Society PP May Shilton Mabalacat Rotary World Peace Fellowship Peace and Conflict Resolution DGN Linda Winter Baguio Rotary Friendship Exchange PP Tony Shilton Mabalacat Hunger PP William "Iam" Chan Hundred Islands Health PP SJ San Jose Baguio South Water and Sanitation PP Alex Laguisma Clarkfield

NEW GRANTS District Simplified Grants/District MG Ÿ DS1275914, to support the service projects of RI District 3790, $20,218.00, paid 30 April 2012 Ÿ DS1377387 to support the service projects of RI District 3790, approved 27 April 2012,

Maternal and Child Health PP Bien Espinosa Subic Bay Sunrise Literacy PP Dan Galura Balanga

$18,383.00 Ÿ MG1276032 to help provide 860 water filtration systems for communities living in areas where

potable water supply is not available in Central and Northern Luzon Area, Philippines, approved 30 May 2012, $50,000 Rotary Club of Baguio Sunrise/Geumsan D-3680 MG1276831 to help provide safe drinking water, computer equipment, library books with shelving, and a basic science laboratory facility at 4 elementary schools located throughout Benguet, Philippines, $42,250.00 approved Apr 2012 Rotary Club of Clark Centennial/RC Sanford D6980 MG1277161 to help provide nutritious meals to 45 students for one school year at Angeles Bahay Bata Street Children Center in Angeles City, Pampanga, Philippines, approved June 2012, $33,018.00, for payment Rotary Club of Mabalacat/Cortlandt Manor D-7230 Mg1277359 to help provide equipment and technical instructors for vocational training for 990 out of school youth at the Mabalacat Skill Training Center, Camachiles Resettlement Area, Mabalacat, Pampanga, Philippines, $16,000.00 paid 31 July 2012

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Economic and Community Development PP Jun Roxas Baguio Sunrise Rotary Fellowship IPP Chuck Gueco Angeles Kuliat Rotary Volunteers PP Ric David Magalang


The ROTARY FOUNDATION

ZONE/ CLUB

DISTRICT/COUNTRY

1 Yashio 2 Yokosuka 3 Fukuyama 4 Bombay North 5 Alleppey 6 Calcutta 7 Pasig 8 Cleveland 9 Seoul Namsan 10 Taipei Castle 11 Colombes 12 Seregno-Desio -Carate Brianza 13 Elst Over-Betuwe 14 Neunkirchen/Saar 15 Mariehamn Islands 16 København 17 Ayr 18 Renaix 19 Carmel (Haifa) 20 Osubi 21 San Nicolás de los Garza 22 São Paulo -Aeroporto 23 Chillán-El Libertador 24 Calgary 25 Foster City 26 Long Beach 27 Grand Junction 28 Wilmette Harbor 29 Ithaca 30 Birmingham 31 Springfield Southeast 32 Roseland 33 Pinehurst 34 Fort Lauderdale South

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CONTRIBUTION

2770 Japan 2780 Japan 2710 Japan 3140 India 3211 India 3291 India 3800 Philippines 9630 Australia 3650 Korea 3480 Taiwan 1660 France

$161,558.56 $ 97,676.91 $242,770.02 $679,855.18 107,054.56 $112,744.52 $197,560.00 $317,598.41 $238,500.03 $232,100.00 $ 40,389.64

2040 Italy 1550 Netherlands 1860 Germany 1410 Åland

$ 35,102.92 $ 86,950.34 $126,621.43 $ 45,495.09

1470 Denmark 1230 Scotland 1620 Belgium 2490 Israel 9140 Nigeria 4130 Mexico

$110,963.05 $ 40,893.44 $ 62,721.24 $ 56,485.00 $259,647.86 $158,194.49

4420 Brazil

$189,407.86

4360 Chile

$ 71,033.03

5360 Canada 5150 US 5320 US 5470 US 6440 US 7170 US 6860 US 6080 US

$677,190.49 $221,491.00 $345,605.70 $ 81,636.15 $288,264.05 $117,567.68 $150,146.30 $ 49,080.59

7470 US 7690 US 6990 US

$700,200.00 $466,551.32 $584,750.80

GOVERNOR’S MONTHLY NEWSLETTER JULY/AUGUST 2012

2011-12 Top Contributing Clubs & Districts The Rotary Foundation recognizes the following clubs and districts for their extraordinary financial support in 2011-12:


The ROTARY FOUNDATION

Zone/Club

District/Country

4 Noida 3010 India 22 São Paulo Aero 4420 Brazil 10 Kowloon 3450 HK 21 San Nicolás 4130 Mexico 7 Pasig 3800 Philippines 24 Calgary 5360 Canada 10 Hsinchu NW 3500 Taiwan 3 Rotary E-Club 2640 Japan Sunrise of Japan 34 The Villages-N 6980 US 10 Busan-Dongrae 3660 Korea 22 São Paulo -Vila Alpina 4430 Brazil 20 Wuse Central 9125 Nigeria 22 São Paulo-B 4610 Brazil 8 Thuringowa Ctrl 9550 Australia 9 New Seoul 3650 Korea 28 Antigo 6220 US 10 Taoyuan NE 3500 Taiwan 31 Metairie (Sunrise) 6840 US 7 Surabaya 3400 Indonesia Jembatan Merah 23 Quito Sur 4400 Ecuador 7 Jakarta Cinere 3400 Indonesia 7 Surabaja Selatan 3400 Indonesia 7 Bali Taman 3400 Indonesia 7 Jakarta Sunter 3400 Indonesia Centennial 10 Taoyuan East 3500 Taiwan 10 Taipei Hwa Yueh 3520 Taiwan 4 Bhopal Hills 3040 India 34 St. Petersburg 6950 US 20 Abakaliki-South 9140 Nigeria 22 São Paulo-Sudeste 4420 Brazil 4 Bombay Bay View 3140 India 4 Ludhiana Central 3070 India 9 Namyangju-Jingeon 3600 Korea 20 Ikoyi Metro A.M. 9110 Nigeria 10 Tsuen Wan 3450 HK 10 Geoje-Chilbaekri 3590 Korea 5 Belgaum South 3170 India 3 Hirakata 2660 Japan 8 Caringbah 9750 Australia

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Per Capita $8,234.67 $3,318.86 $2,980.39 $2,824.09 $2,800.86 $2,516.28 $2,183.90 $2,031.41 $1,990.26 $1,968.26 $1,922.88 $1,900.11 $1,899.96 $1,899.75 $1,866.68 $1,681.25 $1,618.18 $1,553.61 $1,485.00 $1,437.50 $1,372.50 $1,318.33 $1,317.76 $1,316.92 $1,288.89 $1,283.33 $1,281.07 $1,265.07 $1,250.17 $1,239.08 $1,235.11 $1,218.12 $1,165.63 $1,158.31 $1,142.62 $1,091.49 $1,082.91 $1,080.49 $1,079.46

TOP per capita ROTARY CLUBS Worldwide in Annual Fund


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COUNTRY France Italy Japan, Akita Japan, Kanagawa Japan, Nagano Japan, Osaka Japan, Shimane Japan Japan, Aichi Japan, Kanagawa Japan, Aomori India India Philippines Brazil, Sao Paulo Brazil, Sao Paulo USA, HI Canada, BC USA, WA Canada, BC USA, CA, OR USA, CA USA, CA USA, CA USA, CA USA, CA USA, CA USA, CA USA, TX USA, TX USA, TX USA, MN USA, IA USA, IN USA, GA USA, FL USA, FL USA, FL Canada, USA, PA USA, PA USA, TN USA, VA USA, VA USA, DC, USA, DE, USA, NC

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ANNUAL CAPITA $102.16 $116.35 $103.06 $171.43 $117.26 $175.41 $168.68 $125.00 $138.41 $185.81 $125.89 $125.56 $177.14 $220.74 $349.56 $122.83 $179.24 $120.88 $154.39 $171.17 $125.82 $138.17 $189.16 $172.15 $155.68 $151.75 $160.79 $225.83 $103.03 $149.60 $186.15 $204.78 $110.60 $114.11 $117.12 $219.21 $203.83 $143.46 $143.47 $109.07 $114.31 $123.29 $173.31 $216.51 $117.61 $133.28 $131.11

Districts with 100% Club Participation and at least US$100 Per Capita in Annual Giving

Source : Rotary International Courtesy : www.eflashonline.org


The ROTARY FOUNDTION

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The ROTARY FOUNDTION

From the EDITOR: We invite Rotarians of D3790 to give their views and comments on FVP.

what they say ABOUT FUTURE VISION PLAN Murugesan wrote: I am a GSE alumini. Now a Rotarian of Rotary Club of Tiruchirappalli (15949) RI Dist 3000. After my GSE programme to RI Dist 4670, I feel my self as a citizen of the world. Now I am having relatives in another country (Brazil). The GSE is promoting better understanding of different culture of people and through it we are greatly promoting world peace. My most humble request is the Trustees will seriously reconsider the GSE programme. Fred Hahn wrote: First, I feel we are going from "Big Government" to "Big International Government" control over what was once ROTARY controlled projects. My suspicion that the CREDIT will go to those major organizations, NOT Rotary when the dust clears. Second, the projects are to become self sustaining. I spoke with a FVP coordinator of over a $million Global Grant two years in succession and confidentially, that Rotary indicated, "I don't think so.� Godfrey Bwandinga wrote: I think time is ripe to energize Rotary and make it more effective in service delivery. Focusing on Big sustainable Projects will not only improve Rotary image world over ,but will also make Rotary reach out to more communities, which is indeed our dream. Trevor Taylor wrote: I think the Foundation is on the right track, giving more decision making to the Districts, but may be going overboard with trying to prove the sustainability, and hygene training for the children, to the detriment of the actual Project itself. Sometimes we go around in circles trying to explain how a project will work making it too hard and discouraging applications. Hari Om Shrestha, RC Patan West, D-3292 Nepal wrote: I also agree with Scott Mills. In particular, the Group Study Exchange program was extensively discussed among the members of ROTI fellowship. This flagship program of ours is most cherished and is an example of translating our Fourth Object and Internaltionality, and a conveyance for undertaking international service schemes involving two and more clubs within and necessarily beyond our frontiers. One thing we must also agree that the young members, who are also young professionals, also assist in promoting among their colleagues and friends in the community. These members, of course, also need to be trained in PR aspects. Trustees, hence, seriously consider for its continuity. Dave Johnson wrote: I completely agree with Scott Mills. GSE and Ambassadorial Scholarships are integral to the Rotary brand. VTT is not the same! Restrictiing Global Scholars to graduate students deprives many outstanding students of the opportunity to learn. John Bruning wrote: The Foundation needs to address some basic functions before making larger changes. That issue is administration of member contributions at the Foundation. The Call Center and Foundation web-site do not allow the verification of contributions nor the program to which they are assigned. My Club at this moment has no access to TRF web-site to view member contributions. Why is this SO difficult to correct?? Pdg Reynaldo I Reyes 3860 wrote: what a very timely and relevant theme my congrats to ripe tanaka we wish you success in ry 2012-2013

http://www.rotary.org/en/MediaAndNews/News/Pages/120118_IA12_foundation.aspx

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o date, a total of 100 ShelterBoxes have been distributed and disaster relief tents set up on or near the survivors' land to enable them to continue to cultivate it and earn a living as well as begin to rebuild their lives whilst living in dignity. With the SRT now home, the remaining ShelterBoxes are in storage at the URCS depot in Mbale. The Office of the Prime Minister of the Republic of Uganda (OPM) and URCS will distribute them as they continue assessments of families who need to be moved from areas where cracks are appearing in the land. Thank you for your support. Without it, ShelterBox would not have been able to help these families.

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Shelterbox started as a small project by the Rotary Club of Helston-Lizard, England, in 2001, but it took off quickly. To date, it has raised ₤15 million and delivered aid in 33 countries. Recently, the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Charles’s wife, Camilla, agreed to serve as president of ShelterBox. She is believed to be the first Royal Patron of a Rotary club project in the United Kingdom. Each ShelterBox costs about US$1,000 and is intended to help a family of 10 survive for six months. It contains custom supplies that typically include a large tent, blankets, water purification and cooking equipment, basic tools, and a multi-fuel stove. Rotary clubs provide more than half the funding, and private donors contribute the rest. PDG Jess S. Nicdao Founder-CEO, ShelterBox Philippines Foundation, Inc.


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Emily Maguire

What an incredible honor for Dr Bayani Tecson (Governor, Philippine Medical Association) and RC of Baguio Sunrise. We are all so proud of you. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fb id=3899690244466&set=a.389969304453 6.154677.1045448942&type=1&theater

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WHAT MAKES GOOD NEWS OMAR NAVARRO DIMARUCOT

BACK TO SCHOOL, BRIGHT FUTURE PROJECT

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t's a Community Service Project, Public Relations Project, and International Service Project in one activity… The Rotary Club of Central Tarlac headed by their President Marveluz “Marvie” M. Baluyot together with its premiere “Partner in Service”, the Rotaract Club of Tarlac State University led by their President Alexis Khyle L. Pangilinan, a 2nd Generation Rotaractor, and in cooperation with the Rotaract Club of Sagamihara, RI D2780 (Japan) spearheaded the donation of school supplies (notebooks, pad paper, crayola, pencils, erasers and a customized school bag with Rotary logo) to 50 Grade 1 students of Brgy. Sto. Cristo Elementary School, Tarlac City, on July 17, 2012.

Touching Lives, One Bag at a Time… 50 Grade 1 students of Brgy. Laoang Elementary School, Tarlac City, received their school supplies last July 24. Recipients were overwhelmed by the gifts that they received from RCCT and RAC TSU. Some of them made drawings and gave to Rotaractors as token of appreciation. This project was made possible thru the donation of 50,000 Yen from the Rotaract Club of Sagamihara, RI District 2780 (Japan) to the Rotaract Club of Tarlac State University, coordinated by DS/ADRR Omar Navarro Dimarucot during his recent attendance to the 9th Asia Pacific Regional Rotaract Conference at Bangkok, Thailand prior to the RI Convention.

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WHAT MAKES GOOD NEWS

MOBILE CLINIC Through the use of a mobile clinic and with participation of local government unit, the Rotary Club of Western Pampanga, D3790, is able to reach remote and depressed areas and conduct medical mission.

MEDICAL MISSIONS

A beautiful baby, Eisha Eucie Manansala, one month old, is afflicted with hydrocephalus, sometimes referred to as "water on the brain." Eisha is finding treatment, a shunt operation, under the Medical Surgical Program of the Rotary Club of Mabalacat, MG 75605, a joint project with RC Galesburg, D6460 and RC Noosa, D9600.

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Medical-Dental Mission at St. Jude barangay, by the Rotary Club of San Fernando La Union


WHAT MAKES GOOD NEWS BE YOUNG!

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etting old is a common worry among us. We get wrinkles, become forgetful, our knees become weak, lose appetite and most of all our youthfulness slowly fades away. We cannot do much to retain our physical handsomeness and loveliness though we can still be young at heart and spirit. How? Mingle with the young ones, the youth! That's exactly what the Rotary Club of Sta. Barbara (RCSB) did last July 17, 2012. The RCSB held the formation and election of officers of the Interact Club of DMNHS (Daniel Maramba National High School) at the Alumni Center under the initiative of our Director for Membership, Dir. Jasfer Juaiting. They were 3rd and 4th year students who ranked in the top 10 of their respective sections. Upon arriving, we were welcomed by their warm smiles and greetings. They appeared so young, innocentlooking and had that playfulness in their faces that made us Rotarians feel young too. When the students were asked to introduce themselves, to our surprise, they were very articulate. They gave an impression of good leadership and confidence within them. They

Formation and Election of Officers of the Interact Club of Daniel Maramba National High School were able to catch our attention and got our admiration. They have that quality and potential of being a future Rotarian. Pres. TJ gave an overview of what Rotary International and Interact Club is all about. He also discussed plans and activities for the Interact Club such as an educational tour, career orientation and possibly a youth camp. The students were very delighted and interested in the lecture. An election was held, and this year’s president is Richard F. Capua, a gentle-looking boy but very much a leader among his peers. The officers were sworn into office with PP Alex Beguas as the inducting officer. Congratulations to all the new set of officers of the Interact Club. RCSB wishes you all well and is proud to be one with you. Let the youth do the make-over in our hearts and see how they transform us to become young again. By TJ Melendez President, Rotary Club of Sta. Barbara

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Beefing up for the 1st district bowling tournament in Jan 2012, Edgardo David, Jearhenz Torres Amanta, Willy Miclat, Rebb Cordero Caligagan, Joel Dungca and Zaldy Alegre at Family Super Lanes Angeles City.

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Wash Tubes Project - RC Northern Tarlac This is a preliminary project of RC Northern Tarlac & RC Paniqui installing wash tubes to two public schools namely: Del Valle Elem. School in Canan, PT and Cariño Elem. School in Cariño, PT.,initiated thru the effort of outgoing AG Alice De Vera of Cluster 3A on July 5, 2012. - By PP Danny Rojo


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C Dowtown Dagupan’s feeding beneficiaries: 179 pre-selected pupils of Del Pilar Elementary School, prep to grade6. It's a 4-fridays Feeding Program covering July 13, 20, 27 & Aug. 03, 2012. The launching were actively participated by Pres. Tony, IPP Nestor, PE Raul, AG Fred, PP Jermy, PP George, PP Rogel, CS Benjie, Rtn Leonard, Rtn Alen, Rtn Conrad, Rtn Joel, Rtn Joey, Rtn Din, Rtn Rene & with Rtn Jaemy Po.

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INDUCTIONS AND TURNOVER CEREMONIES

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nductions and turnover events in D3790 are of various moods - lively, flashy, funny, serious, stylish, casual, loud, whatever, and the common good is free food and flowing drinks for every one who attended!

Central Tarlac gyrated to the stage

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Metro San Fernando LU in mardi gras

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President Elmer’s sons Mark and Elmer Gabriel shared the closing remarks, below, prayer song and national anthem group

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efinitely, all clubs always look forward to the attendance and participation of their favorite DGs....

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he FACEBOOK has become the favorite social cyber site of clubs to post their activity photos and club bulletins. RI encourages clubs to use the social networking media to promote Rotary and to connect to each other.

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INDUCTIONS AND TURNOVER CEREMONIES RC OLONGAPO CENTENNIAL

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THE PASSING OF JANE HENDERSON

From: Jess Nicdao <jess.nicdao@yahoo.com> Dear ShelterBox friends, it is my sad duty upon Tom Hendersons's request to inform you that little more than one hour ago today, between 17.00-18.00 local time in Helston, Cornwall on August 3rd 2012, Jane Henderson has died of shock. Of course Tom is overtaken with grief that this has happened. So far I do not know anything more. We all send our thoughts of support to Tom and his family. PDG Jess S. Nicdao District Trainer, RY 2012-13 Founder-CEO ShelterBox Philippines Foundation, Inc. T +63 45 961 6626 M +63 917 328 1903 +63 918 900 2287 E jess.nicdao@yahoo.com

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istrict 3790 extends its most heartfelt condolences to friend and partner in service Tom Henderson for the untimely passing of his beloved and equally hardworking spouse, Jane. Remembrance of Jane, from friends

Our deepest condolences to the family of Tom Henderson, CEO and Founder of ShelterBox....Good Bye Jane Henderson

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DISTRICT PERFORMANCE CHART As of 30 July 2012

Total TRF Contributions from July 2012

ID No.

16937 16892 79360 31673 16856 70938 30955 26069 16920 16918 58725 16863 16864 16865 51996 57485 50230 27872 24043 84273 16935 57304 24184 16876 16879 22395 23231 63496 53312 57924 55849 29949 81738 57292 71376 82411

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Area 1A Vigan Laoag Magsingal North Narvacan Agoo Area 1B Central SFLU Metro SFLU San Juan SF City North SFLU, Inc Southern LU Area 1C Baguio Baguio North Baguio South Baguio Summer Capital Baguio Sunrise Downtown Session La Trinidad Metro Baguio Sagada Area 2A Urdaneta Urdaneta East Urdaneta North Area 2B Central Pangasinan Dagupan Dagupan East Downtown Dagupan Metro Dagupan Uptown Dagupan Area 2C Bayambang Calasiao Mangaldan Metro Malasiqui San Fabian Sta Barbara Metro San Carlos

No. of Members as of July 2012 SAR

48 23 19 26 22 15 31 28 30 71 22 59 35 34 40 33 23 18 26 20 21 28 13 32 48 38 25 12 29 17 29 14 20 22 33 12

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DISTRICT PERFORMANCE CHART

Total TRF Contributions from July 2012

ID No.

16877 24118 83678 16904 16910 25314 24343 16933 27158 16939 30320 57293 83157 30778 26058 16893 83693 53570 63497 27157 16857 21777 82881 16858 16859 51878 29501 50899 52307 16882 82410 66255 27257 16919 84221 16861 78832 16887 16867 31439 16900 52316 26903 30484

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Area 3A Central Tarlac Downtown Tarlac Melting Pot Midtown Tarlac Northern Tarlac Paniqui Poblacion Tarlac Tarlac Tarlac Metro Western Tarlac Area 3B Angeles Kuliat Angeles Midtown Balibago Clarkfield Dau Mabalacat Mabalacat Clark Magalang Metro Clark Pampanga North Area 3C Angeles Angeles Centro Angeles Friendship Angeles North Angeles West Clark Centennial Metro Angeles Metro Angeles Cent'l Area 4A Central Pampanga Dolores Eastern Pampanga Floridablanca Metro San Fernando P San Fernando Pampanga San Fernando Cabalen Southern Pampanga Villa De Bacolor Western Pampanga Area 4B Balanga Limay Mariveles Mariveles Ecozone Orani Orion

No. of Members as of July 2012 SAR

28 16 20 26 47 40 19 43 28 22 69 14 18 27 26 30 25 16 16 19 36 18 25 34 13 18 28 23 16 45 21 25 50 45 25 27 32 41 27 25 27 24 18 19

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Total TRF Contributions from July 2012

ID No.

21477 74063 16889 31158 53313 16912 65917 21552 16931 50512 82624 84090

Area 4C Dowtown Olongapo Freeport Zone Iba Masinloc Metro Olongapo Olongapo Olongapo Centennial Sta Cruz Subic Subic Bay Subic Bay Pearl Subic Bay Sunrise TOTAL

No. of Members as of July 2012 SAR

As of 30 July 2012

No. of Members as of this month

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C H A L L E N G E: glo nethercutt

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his is your editor and webmaster speaking. I sincerely hope that you enjoy our 1st issue of GML and the 3790 website. An editor can only publish stories about which they have information. A newspaper editor depends on their reporters to find stories of interest, and largely depends on photographers to take photos to enhance the value of the story. May I challenge you then to Ÿ provide me and/or the GML associate editors with

information about your projects so that the other clubs that might be valuable to others Ÿ don’t just say RCXXX dug 2 water wells. Tell how, where, who will benefit, who are attending, who are the workers, partners, etc, etc. Include photos, not of people in line, but of people working, appreciating. Ÿ give information about upcoming events; when and where. Include not only the venue, but directions on how to reach it, what other places of interest are near, etc. Ÿ tell and give ideas that you would like to see in the GML and district website. Let us know.

GSE TEAM to FLORIDA, USA, PRESENTED DURING RC CENTRAL TARLAC’S INDUCTION AT AQUINO CENTER, 3 AUG 2012

Take photo, less on posing, more on ACTION!

like this...

You can also tell your stories on your club facebook. You can do your own page, and we will just take from there. RCFZ INDUCTION AFTERMATH

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Ÿ Associate editors for

Ÿ Must supply themselves with good

areas 1, 2, 3 and 4 Ÿ Who will infiltrate :-) clubs and write their juicy stories.

camera and knowledge of practical photography, and not just take photos of people on “firing line” Ÿ Must have degree on BSPatience.

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Post your “application” and response to glo_an@yahoo.com or ganethercutt @yahoo.com. Salaries guaranteed at PhP 000,000 :-) with lots of benefits. Benefits include the joyful gratitude of clubs who are featured in GML or district website, a pat from the governor, and a beer from the editor.


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