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october is vocational

service month


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D3790 Governor’s Message October

Whats in this Issue? Upcoming District Events on 54

RI President October Message on 03

RYLA 2013: The ‘MC’ Exp on 04

Club’s Family Day & Celebs on 18

LINDA A. Winter

1 As a Rotarian, how can you put these ideals into action? Consider these suggestions: •

Talk about your vocation in

ate during my Official Club visits view vocational service as a way of your club, and take time to learn is to discover that many Rotarians life, even if you find it difficult to ar- about fellow members’ vocations. are gifted with talents/skills in one ticulate a clear definition. way or another. Some Rotarians are

Use your professional skills to

serve a community.

Practice your profession with good speakers, good in sports, sing- From Rotary International’s Voca- • integrity, and inspire others to beers, dancers and so much more. I tional Service Handbook

have ethically through your own Most clubs in D3790 recog- guess most are gifted, but some do words and actions. nize government and private em- not know what their gifts are. A gift The Concept of Vocational Service • Help a young person achieve ployees in the month of October or talent is worthless if it does not The Object of Rotary is a philosophihis or her career aspirations. for their outstanding performance, benefit someone. But it can be an cal statement of Rotary’s purpose • Guide and encourage others dedication & honesty to their works unimaginable value, if properly uti- and the responsibilities of Rotarians. in their professional development. and involvement to the community lized and shared to improve lives in The concept of vocational service is development. Some celebrate the the community. “It is our duty to rooted in the Second Object, which If you do any of these things, you month with activities raising Aware- sow seeds of respect for one another calls on Rotarians to “encourage and are performing vocational service. ness ; DENGUE Prevention, Career in our vocations as we build worthy foster”: High ethical standards in And if vocational service motivates Guidance and Information to High networks through which we shall ad- • and energizes you, then you’re in the business and professions School students, Skills Training, vance the Object of Rotary.” • The recognition of the wor- right place, because vocational serClassification Talks from Rotarians, vice is the very essence of Rotary. It Disease prevention and Peace and October is Vocational Service Month thiness of all useful occupations The dignifying of each Rotar- is what sets Rotary apart from other in the world of Rotary. What is voca- • Conflict Resolution. tional service? If you are an active, ian’s occupation as an opportunity service organizations.

One thing I have come to appreci- engaged Rotarian, you probably to serve society


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editor’s

note

rtn. lani fabi RC baguio editor in chief, GML

Great things happened in October and these are evident in our October Issue primarily because of RYLA 2013. The Rotary Club of Baguio took the challenge to host this event and did wonders for the successful holding of RYLA 2013. Various Rotary Clubs of District 3790 gave their full support by sending big number of delegates. It was three days of fun, learnings on leadership and youth empowerment, getting to know Baguio, discovery of amazing talents, newfound friendships and display of resourcefulness and creativity during the Spook-takular Halloween Night ! This issue showcase all the enjoyable and essential activities from October 25 – 27, 2013. Positive feedback were obtained from the delegates with the most interesting remark heard that of a collective clamor to extend RYLA. This just goes to show how much our youth delegates had an awesome time during RYLA. Monthly club reports for October were my main source of articles for this issue. I cannot contain my happiness as I go through each and

every report posted online and be amazed at various projects which epitomize the true essence of Service Above Self The involvement of the Youth in Rotary work made it more special. The guidance of Rotarians in exposing the youth to assist in worthwhile projects is very noteworthy to inculcate in them the mind set for service and the opportunity to become future Rotarians. The typhoons brought together the spirit of love, care and cooperation amongst Rotarians as they gather relief goods and conduct relief operations to assuage the plight of our affected brothers and sisters in the affected areas. Governor Linda made it a point to give assistance to the relief operations and show her appreciation to all Rotarians who went beyond their comfort zone to allevi-

ate the situation. The show of support and continuing efforts of each club to accomplish more and actively implement life changing community service projects heightens Governor Linda’s desire to do more herself for the clubs and the district. Let us continue to engage the Youth in Rotary life. Let us continue to provide comfort to people in need. Let us actively participate in Rotary work and let us never get tired of doing good even in challenging times. Two more months and we are half way to our Rotary Year. Let GML showcase all the great things you have done for Rotary. Be continually inspired and be an inspiration to others. Keep us posted with what your Club is doing. GML awaits your stories to be featured.

Share Your Rotary Moments!

In Rotary, October is the month we set aside to remind ourselves of our second Avenue of Service: vocational service. While some Rotarians call this the “forgotten” area of service, I would disagree: In fact, vocational service is the avenue through which we serve so often, we don’t always recognize it as service.

al service is that our jobs, in themselves, are a way of serving society. Whether we are serving customers, teaching students, or treating patients, whether we’re involved in commerce, research, the media, or any one of countless other fields – we take pride in doing our work with competence and integrity. Every occupation fills a need, and by doing our work Vocational service has its roots well, we are contributing to our in the second object of Rotary, communities and our society. which encourages all Rotarians

R.I. President’s Message - October

ROn D. Burton to hold high ethical standards in our business affairs and our professions, to recognize all useful occupations as worthy of respect, and to dignify work as an opportunity to serve society.

The role of vocational service in the club is important, even if it isn’t always prominent. By maintaining high standards individually, we earn a reputation that we share collectively. By valuing all occupations equally In short, the idea of vocation- and by maintaining a classifica-

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“...the idea of vocational service is that our jobs, in themselves, are a way of serving society!”

tion system in our clubs, we ensure that our clubs reflect our communities – and can serve them well. A Rotary club of all lawyers wouldn’t be capable of nearly as much as one that also had teachers, engineers, business owners, and dentists; in Rotary, our diversity is our strength. That diversity is an advantage not only to our service but to our members: It gives us all a valuable way to find the connections and opportunities that help us in our

own careers. That aspect of membership is as old as Rotary. Paul Harris himself wrote often of the business advantages of Rotary membership, believing, as I do, that being a Rotarian means a person holds a certain set of values that will make him or her a good person to do business with. Today, with the world more connected than ever, Rotary membership is an honor that we should be proud to share.


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Together with the cold weather and cold feet, I felt really nervous on my first ever climb on the stage. Not only that I feel at once the pressure because many people believed in me that I will really make it good. But the pressure was instantly conquered due to the fact that I just enveloped my-

Ryla 2014 “The Emcee Experience� By: Maria Monine Manalo The recently concluded Rotary Youth Leadership Awards held last October 25-27, 2013 at Crown Legacy Hotel, Kisad Road, Baguio City was attended by 570 delegates all over Luzon. With this jam-packed event, I am very much privileged to be given the opportunity to speak and share my hosting skills as I was tasked to be one of the main hosts of the conference. Let me give you my insights on the hosting stint that I have done from Day 1- Day 3.

self with positive energy and focused myself in achieving a good performance making sure all of us including my co-host Jayson Mallare to have fun. For me, for the many hosting stints I have experienced, the first performance is really important for it will really leave the impression. It was also a chance for me to observe and assess my audience if they will find you interesting to listen to

or if they will engage in the social talk. Honestly, it was difficult to interact with the bunch of delegates because they are very young teenagers who may not even think that what we are saying are really significant. Unlike older audience who knows how to appreciate every word you utter, these group of people must be literally nurtured and given a good kind of entertainment for them to be

enticed to lend their ears for comprehension and hands for an applause. The first night was highlighted by the Talent Night where 23 entries presented, the hard part was trying to organize these entries because we were given late notice and everything was on the spot. Good thing, our co-facilitators from SLU School of Medicine, Gail Toledo, Kimberly Mendoza and Kristopher Quitiquit assisted us. Fortunately we were able to end the night smoothly and spontaneously.

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day 2

Amazing race / team building

games & series of talks

The hosting stint during the morning was light, we just had to open the program and set everyone out to participate in the Amazing Race and Games. We had the chance to go back at our hotel room for 2 hours

and rest. We resumed in the afternoon, introduced the different guest speakers until 7 PM, the good part was engaging everyone to be participative on the different workshops, seeing everyone enjoy their towerbuilding activity and formulate their leadership speeches. The hard part came when there was extension of the schedule. There were lengthy talks which drain the audience as manifested by some who went missing. At the

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end of the day, only few out of 570 delegates remained. It was difficult to encourage the audience to stay because the program set for Day 2 was indeed very busy. The delegates were so tired from the morning activity and there was no enough time for them to rest. With this scenario, it was hard for me to contain the group but we tried our best to entertain them by giving jokes, ice breakers and advertisement. After dinner, we had “Spook-Tacular Halloween

Night,� in which everyone gave their effort to dress up and be in their respective Halloween Characters. It was fun hosting because we had a simple party, choosing the Best Dressed, introducing them one by one and giving comments about their chosen persona. The party was just short-lived because right after the 1st part of the program and the awarding of major raffle prizes and awards, the audience drifted back to their hotel rooms to rest.


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leadership workshop & spooktacular halloween


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day 3 Closing program

with the Rotarians headed by our District Governor Linda Winter.

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Overall, I really enjoyed the hosting experience and I am

and to the young brood of au- them to believe in this year’s dience but also to the fact that RYLA theme, “ Responsible it carries a big responsibility of Youth, Lead and Achieve.” influencing the youth, engaging

The day started with a mass followed by the Awarding of certificates of each delegation. It was a very short program with many pictorials in between. Indeed, almost everybody was there and the program ended with a grand pictorial of all the delegates together

very much thankful for another opportunity to speak in front of a lot of people and be able to share my communication skills. Compared to my other hosting endeavors, this particular experience was challenging not only because of the large crowd


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15 October 05, 2013 - Bataan Associa-

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tion of Rotary Clubs (BARC) meeting at Solina’s Cuisine in Orani hosted by RC Orani (Pres Floro Sotto).

Cluster Meetings

The 4- Way Test

Cluster 4D Meeting

Building of RC Sta Cruz, Sta Cruz. The meeting was presided by AG

October 04, 2013 - Pres Bert Misa and discussed the upcom-

Offie Huang and Sec/PP Vangie ing events for October and the plan Ecalnir and Rtn Dudes Subtiniente to have a Global Grant Workshop to of RC IBA attended the CLUSTER be discussed by PP Glo Nethercutt. 4D MEETING held at the ROTARY

bataan association of rotary clubs (Barc) Meeting

1. Is it the TRUTH? 2. Is it FAIR to all concerned? 3. Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS? 4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?


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October 09, 2013 - Cluster 3A Monthly Meeting at La Majarica Hotel, Tarlac City with guest speaker Mr. Luciano Paras, Jr., Phil. Red Cross Administrator-Tarlac Chapter.

October 10, 2013 - Cluster 1-C Joint Meeting with Hon. Nicasio Alipimg as Guest of Honor and Speaker. DG Linda Winter, AG Lyman Salvador with the different Club Presidents at the Training Center, Baguio Country Club.


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ROTARY CLUBS

FAMILY DAY FELLOWSHIP

AND CELEBRATIONS

A family get together of the Rotarians with their families where they had dinner together and joined in by Municipal Mayor of Bauang, Hon. Martin de Guzman III at Villa Marand Resort and Spa, Baccuit Sur, Bauang, La

Rotary Club Of orion

club picnic October 26, 2013

Union

Rotary Club Of Central San Fernando

2nd Family Day Activity October 25, 2013

October 26, 2013 - RC Orion club picnic at Pres Ernie Tumalad’s family farm in Liyang, Pilar and a surprise cake for PP Mer Evangelista’s birthday. There was also Club karaoke singing by the Ladies and also the Rotarians until late evening.


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Rotary Club Of limay Family Halloween and birthday celebrations October 29, 2013

Rotary Club Of mabalacat

halloween fellowship October 25, 2013

 

Club members, their spuses and kids came in Halloween costumes, Kids got their Trick and Treat goodies from Pres John Chua. When the lights were turned off and Pres. Jon opened the meeting with a dracula laugh --- the kids shrieked and some cried... Contest for best costumes were done, and kids paraded their costumes to the delight of parents.


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Rotary Club Of metro san fernando

family fellowship October 29, 2013

A family get together of the Rotarians with their families where they had dinner together and joined in by Municipal Mayor of Bauang, Hon. Martin de Guzman III at Villa Marand Resort and Spa, Baccuit Sur, Bauang, La Union

Rotary Club Of vigan

fellowship meeting & halloween party October 29, 2013

The night was stormy and there was even no electricity, but it didn’t stopped the Skeletons, ghouls and demons in attending the fellowship night of the Rotary Club of Vigan as Rotarians arrived with their best Halloween attire. Rotakids had fun with the trick or treat after the meeting.


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ROTARY CLUB OF

AGOO

Director Jun delivering his opening remarks speech during the launching of the Free Training Program on High Speed Sewing/Dressmaking, Novelty Craft Making and Soap Making. A joint project of The Rotary Club of Agoo and La Union Ladies Association Multi Purpose Cooperative. PP

Inspection of ongoing construction of

Jaime, Auditor Savvy, Rotarian Manny and Rotarian Carlos

RC Agoo’s toilet project in Ambitacay

were also present during the launching.

Elementary School.

RC Agoo funded the insects and mosquito fogging operaAn open well is no longer a dangerous threat to students because of the installation of a new hand pump in San Nicolas West Elementary School implemented by RC Agoo headed by Pres. Art Fangon

tion for Barangay San Nicolas Central, Agoo, La Union.


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27 October 02 – 24, 2013 – Adopt a School order were just some of the needed as-

ROTARY CLUB OF

Project, Feeding Program, Health and pects in putting things in order to have

ANGELES KULIAT

Sanitation “Vaccination” and Anti Bul- made these projects of RC Angeles Kulilying Literacy Project were conducted at at effective and meaningful. Rafael Lazatin Memorial High School. Activities comprised marketing, preparations, cooking, delivery, setting, distribution, attendance, presence, care and attention and putting things in

October 01 – 23, 2013 - Pulungbulu Ele- were also taught to pray and after the mentary School in Angeles City was the activity, practise health and hygiene in recipient of RC Angeles Kuliat’s Feeding their physical appearance and.leave the Program, Adopt a School Project and room clean and orderly after the activRotary Club of Agoo joins the fight to end polio now. Members of RC Agoo walk

Deworming Projects. RC Angeles Kuli- ity.The teachers were always at hand to

around DMMMSU sports center in observance of World Polio Day October 24,

at also made it a point to instil proper help out and assist.

2013. They also launched A Million Signatures to end polio now campaign. RC

values to the children. Food for their

Agoo support Rotary’s legacy to eradicate polio from the face of the earth as it is

health and food for their soul. Children

this close now.

 

 


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ROTARY CLUB OF

BAGUIO October 19, 2013- RC Baguio recognized and awarded 15 Baguio Health Workers in celebration of Vocational Month.

This Vocational Project of Awarding only club in the city who had the initiathe Outstanding Educators of Ange- tive to make this project a reality and les City is to be one of the most shin- meaningful for the whole city of Ange-

 

is so proud and thankful to God for giv- on and be more effective in their profesing them the rare opportunity to spear- sion to benefit thousands of children. head this annual search and being the

Chairman Gerard Audineau and DG Linda Winter in one of their meetings prior tance to augment thebarangay’s water

ing programs and undertaking of the les believes that this project creates that Rotary Club of Angeles City. The Club solemn vow amongst the teachers to go

October 04, 2013 – RCB hosts RYLA 2013 with RYLA Committee members,

source which is not enough. This project Water and Sanitation Project in Cayapa could not have been completed without II, Cayapa, Angeles City. Provision of the club’s generous members. Pump Well is of great use and impor-

the event.


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ROTARY CLUB OF central san fernando

la union

October 14, 2013 – “Global Handwashing Day” sponsored by IWC and RC Dagupan East at Otilia Balingit Constantino Lasip Elementary School, Barangay Lasip, Calasiao, Pangasinan.

ROTARY CLUB OF

dolores

October 27, 2013 – MG 78937 - Joint project with RCB’s sister club RC Mugueug from South Korea represented by Pres. Kim, Jeong-Sik, IPP Park Hong-Seon Chairman of Service Project Kim, Teon-Jae with RCB Pres. Uwe Koeller and PP Gerard Audineau turnover the van to Itogon School.

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October 12, 2013 – “Para sa Dulao” Project. PP Jun and Rtn Ador with the students, faculty and staff of STI College handing over relief goods and clothing to people of Brgy. Basca, Dulao, Aringay, La Union.

dagupan east

October 10, 2013 - Rotary Club of Dolores Medical / Dental / Ophthalmic Mission Project at Barangay Sto. Cristo, Guagua, Pampanga. 320 were benefitted in this project.


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33 October 24, 2013 - Rotary Club of Dolores Water Project at Sapang Kawayan, Masantol, Pampanga. (Coastal Barangay) 1,000 families were benefitted in this project.

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iba

ject. Members of RC Iba led by PP Jun Farin together with PP Joel Bondoc of RC Pampanga assisted by People With

Rotary Community Corps Livelihood Project.

Project at Barangay Sapang Kawayan, Masantol, Pampanga. (Coastal Barangay) 350 were benefitted in this project.

Huang, PE Ralph Villanueva and Service Chair PP Rolly Huang, visited World Trade Center and engaged themselves what AGRILINK, FOODLINK, and AQUAL-

tunity for new technology on agriculture.

ficiaries for wheelchair and walker pro-

October 24, 2013 - Rotary Club of Dolores Medical / Dental / Ophthalmic Mission

In observance of the Vocational Month, members of RC Iba led by Pres. Offie

INK resources to offer. The members were able to acquire knowledge and oppor-

October 05, 2013 - Assessment of bene-

October 14, 2013 - Rotary Club of Dolores hand over the Financial Support for

October 11, 2013 – AgriLink, FoodLink, AquaLink Benchmarking

Disability (PWD) Chair Jonathan Siglos, Iba Chapter visited the homes of the 22 beneficiaries and assess and evaluate their condition for wheelchairs and/or walkers.


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35 October 19, 2013-Public Image initiative of RC Limay by conducting a talk and orientation on Emergency and Disaster Preparedness. Rotary Club of Limay family joins the Parade for Limay Fiesta Celebration last October 3, 2013

RC Limay joins Rotarians and anti polio advocates around the world in celebrating World Polio Day on October 24, 2013 by posing “WE ARE THIS CLOSE” of October 30, 2013 – Induction and

which picture was posted in facebook.

Turnover Ceremonies of Rotaract Club of Iba. Members of RC IBA witnessed the Induction and Turnover of the new officers for RY 2013-2014. Jan Nicholas Roman was inducted as President. They were sworn into office by Pres Offie Huang. Three (3) new members namely Cheryl Lynn Ecalnir, Eva Marie Nicole Ecalnir and Alexandra Dulay were charged by AG Bert Misa and inducted by Pres.

Offie Huang. Gracing the event were RC Olongapo Pres. Neric Bada and members of RC Subic Bay Freeport Zone. Guest Speaker was Charter President Jun Edano of RC Iba.

ROTARY CLUB OF

limay

October 15, 2013 - Vocational Talk from October 22, 2013 – Vocational Talk from Guests from SOS Childrens Village at

DOJ Parolee and Probation Officer Rich-

ard Mt. View Cabcaben, Mariveles, Bataan Salaya

 


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October 24-26, 2013 - RCMA got the Overall 2nd Runner Up at the 23rd Metro

metro angeles

Sportsfest held in Iloilo.

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metro baguio

October 02, 2013 – Medical Mission/Feeding Program - Metrotarians @ work with Philippine National Police of Angeles City Station III

October 21, 2013 - Seminar on the Rights of the Child in coordination with October 06, 2013 – Rotarians join Tagal

the CHR-CAR.AG Lyman Salvador is

Pulayan keng Dalan 2013, a Fund Rais-

shown lecturing on the Anti-Dengue

ing Fun Run project of Angeles City Po-

Awareness Topic among the Grade

lice Office headed by PSSUPT Eden T.

VI students of Gibraltar Elementary

Ugale

School, included also in the items discussed was the anti-Bullying Act.


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October 01, 2013 – RC Metro San Fer-

October 10, 2013 Inducted the new set

nando LU sponsored the Career and

of officers of the Bannuar Ti Abagatan.

Employment Coaching for 1500 gradu-

Coffee Seeds were likewise turned over

ating students of Don Mariano Memo-

to the members for them to plant.

rial State University – Mid La Union Campus.

October 15, 2013 – RC Metro San Fernando LU joined the Officers and members

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of their sponsored RCC Kired ti Daya at Barangay Pus Pus together with the

metro san fernando

Rotakids of Director for club services, Dir. Heide Dacanay for the painting of the

metro

October 24-26, 2013 - 23rd National Rotary Metro Sports Fest 2013 - RCMB ranked 2nd runner up in Badminton, Dance Sport, Darts, and Tennis; 1st runner up in Golf and Champion in Bowling. 5th in overall standing…

la union

study shed at Pus Pus Elementry school. After the construction, the club had the study shed blessed and turned over to the school. This is a joint project of RC Inducted the new set officers of sponsored RCC, Kired Ti Daya at Barangay Pus Pus, San Fernando, La Union.

Metro San Fernando LU and its sponsored RCC club.


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northern metro

tarlac

Zumba Fitness Health and Wellness last October 26, 2013 with the candidates of Miss Paniqui 2014.

October 31, 2013 - Medical Mission conducted by Subic-Olongapo Cancer Foundation in cooperation with Rotary Club of Midwestern at Uyong, Labrador, Pangasinan. October 04, 2013 - Mock Session and Re-turnover Ceremony of the New Gen 2013

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midwestern metro

October 20, 2013 - Conducted joint community service optical mission project with Sister Club, RC Vigan at Kapaya Bakun Benguet. Dispersed were 50 reading glasses.

pangasinan

and SB Officials held at SB Hall, Paniqui, Tarlac. October 24, 2013 - End Polio Now Ad Campaign of the RCNT as part of the celebration of WORLD POLIO DAY launched in our website and facebook page helping to eradicate polio.


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san fernando (LU), inc. October 03, 2013 - Club members of who will each take with them a tarpauRCSFLU Inc. visited the Bangar Dis- lin and brochures to be displayed at trict Office to talk about its Dear Santa their areas. The Dear Santa Project is an Project, which aims to help out those in initiative both under Basic Education our communities who need it the most. and Literacy, and Economic and ComThose who attended the brief seminar munity Development. were representatives of various schools

October 25, 2013 - As part of the Vocational Service Month, RCNT partner with the LGU Paniqui in organizing the Jobs Fair. It was held at the Paniqui Municipal

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Gym. More than 500 registered applicants applied in the said event with 21 locators from the local jobs and 5 from the international. Several applicants were hired on the spot.

metro

orion

October 03, 2013 - RCSFLU Inc. re- ion. The donation was warmly received cently made a generous donation of an by Supply Officer Imelda Canumay on astronomy telescope and a set of labora- behalf of the science high school. Aftertory equipment to the Regional Science wards, club members talked about the High School located at Bangar, La Un- Dear Santa Project with school heads.


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45 October 03, 2013 - San Francisco National High School, located at Sudipen, La Union, was visited by RCSFLU Inc. with a donation of 10 computer units which was made possible by P / Sec. Victor F. Ortega.

October 16, 2013 - A project headed by Dir. Mark Singh, a school supplies donation was made to the Langcuas Day Care Center, which consisted of crayons, pencils, and other school supplies.

October 03, 2013 - RCSFLU Inc. paid a visit to the Vocational National High School at Sudipen, La Union to deliver a donation of 10 computer units and accessories which was made possible by P / Sec. Victor F. Ortega.

October 16, 2013 - Club members of RCSFLU Inc. made a donation to the Philippine National Police, Region 1 of 36 first aid kits for use by the police officers here in La Union. The donation was presented to Police Superintendent Ramon L. Rafael who accepted it gladly on behalf of his staff and the PNP.


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October 15, 2013 – RCSP donated 20

southern la union

stand fans at San Nicolas Integrated School, San Nicolas, Pampanga.

metro

October 30, 2013 - Medical Mission at Brgy. Central West, Bauang, La Union

October 04, 2013 - Feeding Program at San Vicente Elementary School, Apalit Pampanga. 300 students from grade 1 to 6 were benefitted in this project.

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October 05, 2013 - Distribution of Relief Goods for Typhoon Victims in Bauang, La Union

southern pampanga metro

October 08, 2013 - Tree Planting Project at Basa Air Base, Floridablanca, Pampanga.


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metro

subic pearl

October 26, 2013 – Dental Mission at Barangay Santa Rita Olongapo City

October 15, 2013 – Cupcake feeding at James L. Gordon Hospital, Olongapo City

October 20, 2013 - Ongoing CR Construction Project at San Nicolas, Integrated School, Apalit, Pampanga.

October 19, 2013 – Alay Lakad at Marikit Park, Olongapo City


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School, San Vicente Integrated School, Capangdanan Elementary School, Ora Taguipuro Elementary School West Elementary School, Ora East Elementary

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School, Lingsat Elementary School, Ma-

vigan

lingeb Elementary School.

metro

October 01-25, 2013 - Nutrition and Feeding Programs at Ayusan-Paoa Elementary School, Bayubay Elementary School, Busiing Elementary School, Ilocos Sur National High School.

School, San Vicente Integrated School, Capangdanan Elementary School, Ora Taguipuro Elementary School West ElOctober 16 – 23, 2-013 - Vitamin A School, Pudoc Elementary School, NagAwareness and Supplementation Pro- tupacan, Elementary School, Silang Elegram at San Sebastian Elementary mentary School, San Julian Elementary

ementary School, Ora East Elementary School, Lingsat Elementary School, Malingeb Elementary School.

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villa de bacolor metro

October 19, 2013 - Cervical Cancer Awareness and Screening

October 12, 2013 - Ongoing CR Con-

October 20, 2013 - Medical, Dental, Optometric, and Minor Surgical Mission at Kayapa, Bakun, Benguet

October 20, 2013 - Medical, Dental, Optometric, and Minor Surgical Mission at Kayapa, Bakun, Benguet

struction Project at San Vicente, Bacolor, Pampanga. 35 families to be benefited in this project.

October 23, 2013 - Ongoing CR Construction Project at Tinajero, Bacolor, Pampanga. 30 families to be benefited in this project.


2013

Angeles Kuliat PP Chuck Gueco

October 12 PR & Train the Trainors Seminar RC Western Pampanga Widuz Hotel Pres Choy Gutierrez

December 14 AG Evaluation Meeting Poracay Resort AG Rouel Reyes

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October 25 -27 RYLA 2013 RC Baguio Crown Legacy Hotel PP Gererd Audineau November 9 TRF Banquet Cluster 3C AG Rouel Reyes November 23 PR & Train the Trainers Seminar RC Western Pampanga Widuz Hotel Pres Choy / DS Ed Panlaqui December 4 - 6 Zone Institute 2013, Taipei Taiwan Taipei Grand Hotel PDG Jess Nicdao December 11 Charter Presentation RC Floridablanca December 13 3rd Leg Gov. Golf RC Subic Sunrise, Subic Bay Sunrise PP Bert Castillo December 14 District Family Day Cluster 3B

December 29 Rotary Night Dagupan Plaza RC dagupan

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western pampanga metro

2014 January 11 - Morning Candidates Forum Sision Audiorium RC Lingayen PP Ike Puzon January 11 - Afternoon Mid-Year Review Sison Auditorium RC Lingayen PP raymond Casipit April 5 - 6 DISCON DISCON Committee Baguio Country Club PDG Mark Go

Rotary Club Inductions

June 1 - 4 RI Convention Sydney, Australia PP Ron Nethercutt / PP Ric David June 21 Year End Review Oxford Hotel Cluster 3B AG Rey Mallari

Ongoing Water Pump Well Project at Pabanlag Elementary School, Floridablanca, Pampanga. Joint project of RCWP Members in cooperation with RC Strongsville, Ohio, USA. Approximately 300 Student of said school will benefit from this project.

RC La Trinidad


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Zone 6B, 7A and 10B. December 6-8, 2013 at Taipei Grand Hotel.


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