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ROTARY CLUB OF SAN PEDRO SOUTH RI District 3820 Club Number 31517 Chartered April 23, 1996 Regular Meeting every Friday 8:00 PM Barangay e-Library, Pacita Complex - 1 San Pedro, Laguna


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EDITORIAL BOARD

TODAY’S CHAIR

The Rotary Club of San Pedro South Publisher Reynaldo “Rey” F. Bongao Editor-In-Chief Leofelia “Fe” S. Aquinde President Alex “Bebot” Melgar Secretary Prudence Malayas Research/Layout

August 16, 2013

All Active Rotarians Contributors The Golden Key was adapted in honor of St. Peter, the patron saint of San Pedro, who is believed to be holding the key to heaven. It is also in recognition at the club’s pioneering effort as the first club in San Pedro, to open the portals of Rotary International to female members. RCSPS was the “key” for the active partnership of both genders in working for the achievement of all the Rotary Objectives. The Golden Key accepts comments, suggestion and contributions from all active Rotarians.

Emy Bagulbagul

PROGRAMME CALL TO ORDER FC Pres. Fe Aquinde INVOCATION

Rtn. Zeny Vindollo NATIONAL ANTHEM

Treas. Bessie Garcia RECITATION of 4-WAY TEST & OBJECT OF ROTARY

PP Resty Ramos ANYTHING GOES/JOKER’S TIME

Any Rotarian CORRESPONDENCE/ ANNOUNCEMENT

PE/Sec. Bebot Melgar ROTARY INFORMATION/ CLASSIFICATION TALK

COMMITTEE REPORT PRESIDENT’S TIME FC Pres. Fe Aquinde

The Golden Key can also be read online at our Facebook group page: www.facebook.com/groups/rotaryclubof sanpedrosouth and at http://rcsan pedrosouth.blogspot.com.

OTHER MATTERS

Materials for publications should be forwarded to:

FELLOWSHIP

EIC Rey Bongao CP# -09162361201  rfbongao@gmail.com SEC. Bebot Melgar CP# 09165559786 alexmelgar_2957@yahoo.com PRES: Fe S. Aquinde CP# 09279132213  fesaquinde@yahoo.com

CLOSING SONG Rtn. Lourdes Turreda

ADJOURNMENT FC Pres. Fe Aquinde

Club Secretariat at Brgy. San Vicente, Barangay e- Library, Phase 2 Pacita Complex 1


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RI President - RON D. BURTON

August 2013 Dear fellow Rotarians, Our goal in 2013-14 is to Engage Rotary, Change Lives . All of us know that Rotary has incredible potential to do good work. It's time to recognize how much more we could be doing and start working on new ways to turn that potential into reality. We're going to do this by engaging Rotarians – by getting them involved, by getting them inspired, and by making sure that all Rotarians know just what a gift they have in Rotary. We're going to make sure that the work we do in Rotary is solid, effective, and sustainable. And we're going to make sure that Rotary itself will last – by committing to our goal of 1.3 million Rotarians in our clubs by the year 2015. That goal is a little different from membership goals we've had in the past. The goal isn't just bringing in new members. The goal is growing Rotary. The goal is making Rotary bigger, not just with more members, but with more involved, engaged, motivated members who will be the ones to lead us into our future. Each of us has our own reason for joining Rotary – but I believe we all want to make a difference. We all want to be doing something meaningful. That is absolutely essential for us to remember when we talk about membership. We're not asking just anyone to join Rotary. We're looking to attract busy, successful, motivated people who care. We're asking them to take their valuable time and give it to Rotary. So if they say yes, and they come and join our club, then we'd better be showing them that their time in Rotary is well spent. We have to make sure that every Rotarian, in every club, has a meaningful job – one that makes a real difference to the club and the community. Because when you're doing something meaningful in Rotary, Rotary is meaningful to you. In Rotary, we all have something to give. At every stage of our lives and our careers, Rotary has something for all of us – a way to let us do more, be more, and give more. Rotary gives our lives more meaning, more purpose, and greater satisfaction. And the more we give through Rotary, the more Rotary gives back to us in return.

Ron D. Burton President, Rotary International


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Dear Fellow Rotarians, The Rotary International call through District is to increase in Membership. It was one of the seminars I attended as president this Rotary year 2013-2014. Our District Chairperson, Membership Committee, PP Maria Lewina "Lewi" A. Tolentino, emphasized for this Rotary Year, the "District Membership Goals", which are : Regain the no. 1 position in the Ten Districts of the Philippines as the District with the biggest number of Rotarians and to attain the largest number of members : 3,000 Rotarians. Our club's quota to meet our membership goal is 20% increase, our paid members based on our Semi Annual Report as of July 15, 2013 is 25 active Rotarians. We need to invite at least 5 new members to join our club to hit our goal.. While I was cleaning up my old files, I found a copy of Rotary "How to Propose to a New Member", It's as easy as 1 . 2. 3! "In the second page, it say's: DO IT TODAY!, Step 1 Engage with our community. As a Rotarian, one of our primary responsibilities is to help identify and propose new members. Here are some guidelines that will help us for finding new Rotarians: ... Wear our Rotary pin to initiate conversations about our involvement with Rotary. Share stories of exciting club projects with colleagues, friends and acquaintances. Distribute Rotary Basics, This is Rotary and What is Rotary. Invite friends, co-workers and colleagues to join us in our weekly Rotary meeting . Offer an information brochure that outlines the club's history and highlights recent service projects and social events (best is our club's bulletin- The Golden Key) . Ask potential members to become involved with a club activity or service project... Encourage prospective members to tour the RI Web Site, view membership videos and complete a Prospective Member Form (www.rotary.org/ membershipreferral or visit www.rotary.org for the latest news). With this beautiful Rotary friendly ways in inviting new friends , let us start and do it now! In looking quality members, we might bump, smile, and find them right in our own place.

"Pleasant words are like a honeycomb, making people happy and healthy.� Proverbs 16:24

RENEWAL OF OATH OF MEMBERSHIP I, (state your name), do hereby promise, that I will faithfully and conscientiously fulfill, to the best of my ability, the duties and responsibilities of an active member. That I will make no engagement on Friday evenings, for I am a Rotarian, and that time belongs to my Club, the Rotary Club of San Pedro South. So help me God.

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Editor and TRF Chair’s corner August is membership month in Rotary’s calendar. When Rotary International came out with its Strategic Plan last 2010, one of its three major goals is increase in membership with a target of 1.3 million Rotarians by 2015. For the last two decades or so, Club membership world-wide has been stagnant at around 1.2 million. And RI President Ron Burton is towing the line, promoting increase in Club membership. And so is our District which is cascading the challenge down the line to where it matters most, the individual Rotary clubs. While the District aims to regain the title as biggest District in the country with at least 3,000 Rotarians, Clubs are given their own percentage increase as target. In the case of RC San Pedro South (21-30 members), the District assigned goal is 20% or 5 net increase in membership. And these have to be quality members, not members who joined because they cannot turn down the request of say the Club President. Because in that case, once the Club President ends his/her term, that member also goes out of the club. Or members who will later find out that they cannot meet the basic requirements of club membership. Among the qualities we need is that commitment to manage his/her time to set aside and reserve one hour of his/her time weekly, exclusively for the Club’s weekly meeting. He/she must be able anytime to honestly recite and faithfully abide by the Renewal of Oath of Membership in page 5. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Rotary Trivia: If one member opposes the recruitment of a prospective member, will that suffice to turn down the prospective new member? RI South Pacific & Philippines Office answers:

There are rules relating to the election of members that are set out in the Recommended Rotary Club Bylaws. Article 13 Method of Electing Members Section 1 – The name of a prospective member, proposed by an active member of the club shall be submitted to the board in writing, through the club secretary.…… Section 3 – The board shall approve or disapprove the proposal within 30 days of its submission …. Section 4 – If the decision of the board is favorable, the prospective member shall be informed of the purposes of Rotary and of the privileges and responsibilities of membership…. Section 5 – If no written objection to the proposal, stating reasons, is received by the board from any member of the club within seven (7) days ……….. that person, upon payment of the admission fee shall be considered to be elected to membership. If any such objection has been filed with the board, it shall vote on this matter at its next meeting. If approved despite the objection, the proposed member shall be considered to be elected to membership.

It would appear from this extract that: a) Any objection should be made in writing, stating the reasons. b) One objection on its own is not sufficient to block the prospective Rotarian from being offered membership, unless the board agrees with the objection.


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DISTRICT INFO

 Aug. 25, 4pm Sun, Rotaract Club San Pedro South, Induction/10th anniversary  August 31, 2013 - Governor’s Visit, 10:00 am, Max Restaurant Pacita, P800 per capita  Oct.5, YEP Interview/selection  Oct. 12, VTT Selection  Oct., 19, District Vocational  Oct 26-27, District Ryla  Nov. 21, TRF Recognition night  Dec 4-8, 2013, Zone Institute, Taipeh, Taiwan  June 1-4, 2014, RI Convention, Sydney, Australia DISTRICT 3820 EVENT SCHEDULE AUGUST 17 - 25, 2013 August 17

RC Calamba

RI Strategic Plan & TRF Seminar Workshop

Lima Park Hotel, Malvar, Batangas

August 18

RC Calamba

RI Strategic Plan & TRF Seminar Workshop

Lima Park Hotel, Malvar, Batangas

August 19

RC Lucena North

DG Danny Ona 2nd Leg Golf Tournament

August 20 RC Lucena Central

GV 8:30 am/ FORMAL IND 6:00 pm

Queen Margarette Hotel, Lucena City

Coat Tie & Evening Dress

Barong Tagalog & Cocktail

August 21

RC Calauag

GV 1:00 pm/ IND 6:00 pm

Calauag Municipal Plaza, Calauag, Quezon

Filipiana & Barong Tagalog

August 22

RC Calamba City

GV 3:00 pm/ FORMAIL IND 6:00 pm

Davids Tea House Brgy Halang Calamba City

Coat Tie & Evening Dress

August 23

RC Lucena South

GV 10:00 am/ FORMAL IND 6:00 pm

Queen Margarette Hotel, Lucena City

Filipiana & Barong Tagalog

August 24

RC Sta. Rosa

GV & SIMPLE IND 10:00 am

El Cielito, Sta. Rosa, Laguna

Rotary T Shirt

August 25

RC Candelaria Circle

GV 10:00 am/ JOINT IND 6:00 pm

Casa Patricia Resort, Candelaria, Quezon

Long Gown & Barong Tagalog

RC Candelaria

GV 2:00 pm/ JOINT IND 6:00 pm

Casa Patricia Resort, Candelaria, Quezon

Long Gown & Barong Tagalog


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CLUB INFO

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Secretary’s Corner

PE / Sec. Alex “Bebot” Melgar

Healthy Discussions with Positive Results The meeting last August 9, has so many issues that been taken up. First, before the meeting started picture taking of the members individual and group for publication for RCSPS Souvenir Program to be published supposedly on the Governor’s visit on the 31st of this month. The ladies were requested to wear white inner blouse while the men black jacket or overcoat. Pres. Fe presided the meeting. We extend our condolence to the family of PP Virgie Chua with one minute silent prayer for her untimely demise and the members decided to visit her wake at Lucena City the following day, Saturday. The club members were reminded of the forthcoming Membership Seminar on the 17-18, Aug. at Lema Park Hotel, Lipa City. Chairman of the community service, Shirley, reported on her upcoming projects, the de-worming of the school children where the de-worming tablets were turned-over to her. Distributions of manicure sets to livelihood students were set this October as planned. Another lengthy discussion was the case of PO Johnny Sabaldan, where he wanted to take a leave of absence due to family matters and that he only proposes to pay his monthly dues of P100.00, whenever he is present. At this juncture, this representation reminded the body that the life and soul of the club derived from the monthly contributions of the members and that cases as this will be detrimental to the existence of the club. PP Ver also gave his opinion on the matter that as a Rotarian you are obliges to pay your monthly dues and other dues mandated by R.I. With this light argumentation, Pres. Fe decided to call a Board Meeting on Aug. 14, 7P.M. with invitation to all members of the Advisory Council. Thanks to everybody specially those in attendance. The Board Meeting last Wednesday bears fruitful results. Pres. Fe opened the meeting with the agendas to be discussed and resolved. The following were the things that had been tackled, the Water for Life joint project with Barangay San Vicente, the Induction of Rotaract Club on Aug. 25, members of the club’s problems, souvenir program and many others. With the attendance of the Advisory Council, many issues have been taken up. The expertise of PDG Rose Celis in rotary rules count a lot in decision making, PP Cely brief treasurer Bessie on the presentation of accounting procedures, PP Yolly gave some pointers on the preparations of the souvenir program. IPP Rey present his financial report and clear some matters for the enlightenment of the board and turned it over to Pres. Fe. This humble representation expresses his much appreciation to PP Resty for his valuable time and efforts to prepare the Plans and Programs where I am the supposed committee chairman. Everybody gave their share of ideas. This club will be ever great and strong. Thanks

Where to make up for attendance credit in Area 1 Group 1 RC SAN PEDRO SOUTH - Friday, 8 PM / Barangay E-Lib, Pacita Complex 1, San Pedro, Laguna / President: Fe S. Aquinde RC SAN PEDRO - Tuesday, 8 PM / RCSP Library, Pacita Complex 1, San Pedro, Laguna/ President: Jun Alvarez - (0923) 5700538 RC METRO SAN PEDRO - Thursday, 7:30 PM San Lorenzo School, United San Pedro, San Pedro, Laguna / President: Mhon Solis - (0927) 478-2887 RC SAN PEDRO EAST - Friday, 7:30 PM / RCSP Library, Pacita Complex 1, San Pedro, Laguna/ President: Ger Banzuela - (0922) 858-6946 RC SAN PEDRO SOUTH - NEW GEN - Saturday, 5:00 PM Brgy E-Lib, Pacita Complex 1, San Pedro, Laguna / President: Mhel Encinas - (0932) 850-5616


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Rotary Club of San Pedro South GOVERNOR’S VISIT Max’s Restaurant Aug. 31, 2013

Part 1 - Pre Governor's Visit 6:30 AM - Mass at Sto Rosario Parish 7:30 AM 9: 00 AM - Meet DG Danny Ona Part II Governor's Visit (9:30 AM - 12:00 Noon) - Max Restaurant Pacita Complex 1, San Pedro, Laguna 1. 2. 3. 4.

Call to Order Pres Fe Aquinde Invocation Dir Shirley Tejero Philippine National Anthem Rtn Gigi Datoc Recognition of Guests. Visiting Rotarians and Club Members PP Danny Berciles 5. Opening Remarks Pres. Fe Aquinde 6. Hand-over of Club Plans, Calendar of Activities, Club Profile and Membership Profile to the DG Pres Fe Aquinde/PE/Sec Alex Melgar 7. Review and Discussion of the Planning Guide for Effective Rotary Year Pres Fe Aquinde 8. Strategic Planning Worsheet and Club President Monthly Checklist PE/Sec Alex Melgar 9. Introduction of Club Officers and Committee Chairperson IPP Rey Bongao 10. Review of Club Organizational Structure PE/Sec Alex Melgar 11. Reporting of Projects per Service Committee Committe Chairperson 12. Review of Club Involvement to the District Yahoo Groups IPP Rey Bongao 13. Discussion of all completed projects (since June 2013) Pres Fe Aquinde 14. Other matters and concerns SAR, RI Dues, Magazine, PRM Subscription Pres Fe Aquinde 15. DG Fund, Calamity Fund, etc. Pres Fe Aquinde 16. Response from the District Governor - DG Danny Ona 17. Closing Remarks PN Lita Grey 18. Adjournment Pres Fe Aquinde Master of Ceremony : PP Norvic Solidum

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DISTRICT INFO

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RI Strategic Plan & TRF Seminar Workshop Host Club: RC Calamba LIMA Park Hotel, Malvar Batangas 17-Aug 9:00 AM

9:01 AM

Call to Order

DG Danny Ona

9:01 AM

9:10 AM

Invocation, National Anthem,Welcome Remarks

RC Calamba

9:10 AM

9:20 AM

Roll Call

RC Calamba

9:20 AM

9:40 AM

Overwiew of the Training Seminar

PDG Tato Dimayuga

9:40 AM

10:00 AM

District Governor's Message

DG Danny Ona

10:00 AM

11:00 AM

11:00 AM

12:00NN

Be Vibrant

12:00 NN

1:00 PM

LUNCH

1:00 PM

1:50 PM

How to Attract Young Members

PDG Jun Farcon - Zone 7A New Generations Committee Chairman

1:50 PM

3:00 PM

Retain to Gain Workshop / New Members Orientation

Zone 7A Rotary Coordinator Committee / PP Lewi mTolentino

3:00 PM

3:30 PM

Service Projects / ADOPT

PDG Tato Dimayuga

3:30 PM

4:15 PM

RCC

PDG Jess Cifra - D3780

4:15 PM

4:45 PM

Welcome - The FUTURE VISION PLAN

PDG Onye Reyes - DRFC

4:45 PM

5:00 PM

Annual Giving

PDG Paeng Tantuco

5:00 PM

5:40 PM

Global Grants,District Grants

PPs Edwin Gonzaga,Noel Alidio

5:40 PM

5:55 PM

Vocational Training Team (VTT)

PP Jenny Salud

5:55 PM

6:00 PM

Transit to Breakout Rooms

RC Calamba

6:00 PM

7:00 PM

RCC/ADOPT/TRF Workshop

PDG Jess Cifra / TRF Committee

7:00 PM

8:05 PM

DINNER, Welcome Remarks

RC Calamba

8:05 PM

8:33 PM

Intro/Induction of New Rotarians

PP Lewi Tolentino, DG Danny Ona

8:33 PM

8:35 PM

Response from New Members

8:35 PM

9:00 PM

District Governor's Message

9:00 PM

11:00 PM

Fellowship

PDG Oyan Villanueva - Zone 7A Rotary Coordinator - D3790 PDG Tato Dimayuga - Zone 7A Vibrant Club Committee Chairman

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DISTRICT INFO 18-Aug 7:00 AM

9:00 AM

Breakfast

9:00 AM

9:01 AM

Call to Order

DG Danny Ona

9:01 AM

9:45 AM

How to Enhance Rotary's Public Image

PDG Chit Lijuaco - Zone 7A public Image Coordinator

9:45 AM

10:30 AM

Youth Service Avenue

PP Jun Manalo

10:30 AM

10:35 AM

Transit to breakout Rooms

RC Calamba

10:35 AM

12:00 NN

Public Image Workshop / Local RYLA Workshop

PP Volt Uychutin / PP Jun Manalo

12:00 NN

1:15 PM

LUNCH, District Announcement

DS Eric Nario

1:15 PM

1:45 PM

Distrist Governor's Message

DG Danny Ona

1:45 PM

1:50 PM

Graduation / Handing out of Certificates

1:50 PM

2:00 PM

Closing Remarks/Adjournment

RC Calamba, DG Danny Ona

National Awards for Community Service Enclosed is the letter of PRID Rafael "Paing" Hechanova, re: National Awards for Community Service. I hope we can participate on this. Please send your inquiries to rgh@cii.com.ph. Regards, IPDG Dennis Sunio ----- Forwarded Message ----Subject: National Awards for Community Service (NACS) Past District Governors D-3820 August 1, 2013 Dear Fellow PDG’s, The Rotary Club of Makati has revived for the Rotary Year 2013-14, the “National Awards for Community Service” which it started in 1971 and has from time to time over the years recognize these persons, group of persons or institution that help our community in the Ideal of Service of Rotary. This years’ Awards are 4- with 1 each from the Visayas and Mindanao and 2 from Luzon with prizes amounting to P80,000 for the winner, P10,000 for the Rotary Club Nominator and P10,000 for expenses for bringing the winners to Makati. In this connection, we solicit your help in motivating the Clubs to participate. The deadline for submission of entries is December 31, 2013, and the Awarding will be on Tuesday, March 11, 2014, the 48th Anniversary of the RC of Makati. My warmest regards and best wishes. Rafael “Paing” G. Hechanova RI Director 1996-98 Member, RC of Makati


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RI INFO

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Dr. Bob Scott’s birthday bash By Dave Andrews, public relations chair for District 7070 (Ontario, Canada) More than 200 Rotarians and guests from around the world attended a black tie dinner 31 May in Cobourg, Ontario, Canada, to wish Dr. Bob Scott a happy birthday and honor him for a “Life of Greatness” in his never-ending commitment to the children of the world to eradicate polio, forever. The event, organized and chaired by our past district governor and current Foundation committee chair, was a major highlight for District 7070 (southern Ontario), and a tremendous success. Over US$200,000 was raised for The Rotary Foundation’s PolioPlus campaign. In true Scottish fashion, Piper Mark Gordon piped in Dr. Scott, who wore his traditional Scottish kilt. Rotarians and guests met Dr. Robert Scott (in traditional kilt) with old friends and made new ones during the cocktail hour, which Al Brisco, a member of the Rotary Club of Colborne, Ontario, Canada, during the was followed by a magnificent dinner. celebration. Throughout the evening, Cobourg Rotarian Shirley Johnson read congratulatory messages including letters from Bill and Melinda Gates, UNICEF, The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the premier of the Province of Ontario, members of federal and provincial parliament, and the city of Cobourg. A message from Rotary International staff in Evanston, Illin ois, announced they had made a donation to PolioPlus in Bob’s name as a tribute to his work to end polio and in honor of his 80th birthday. Dr. Scott, chair of the International PolioPlus Committee and a former Rotary Foundation Trustee Chair, received many awards during the evening. He was presented the Caring Canadian Award from Canadian Governor General David Johnston. The award was created in 1995 by then governor general Romeo Leblanc, who was determined to thank the thousands of caring people who give so much to their fellow citizens asking nothing in return. The award recognizes individuals who volunteer their time to help others and to build a smarter and more caring nation. The award also highlights the fine example set by these volunteers, whose compassion and engagement are so much a part of our Canadian character. And that truly is Dr. Robert Stewart Scott. Dr. Scott was accompanied by his wife Ann, children, and eight grandchildren. They received warm wishes and congratulations from many dignitaries including: then RI President Sakuji Tanaka; then RI President-elect Ron Burton, who was a district governor the same year as Scott in 1988; then Trustee Chair and past RI President Wilfrid Wilkinson; RI Director Bryn Styles; Ted Koziel, then governor of District 7070; and Morgan Hubbel, past president of the Rotary Club of Cobourg. Bob Wallace, past governor of District 7070, introduced Dr. Scott who then thanked his many friends and fellow Rotarians, and in particular, his wife Ann for her love, support and leadership for so many years. Dr. Scott then presented Bill Patchett with the International “Service Award For a Polio Free World,” an award established by The Rotary Foundation Trustees to recognize outstanding contributions to polio eradication by Rotarians. Only ten such awards were given out this year. Patchett is most deserving for his many years of service to The Rotary Foundation and its goals.


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ROTARIANS IN ACTION

RC Cabuyao Circle Induction Aug 13, 2013, Kingsbee Restaurant, Tagaytay City FC Pres. Fe Aquinde with the First Class President of District 3820

RACSPS / RCSPS Aral at Saya sa Eskwela (School Kit Distribution) July 27, 2013 Brgy. Estrella, San Pedro, Laguna

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ID No

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Last Name

First Name 02-Aug-13 09-Aug-13 16-Aug-13 23-Aug-13 30-Aug-13

1

6204262

Alviar

Daniel

a

a

2

6722774

Aquinde (PHF)

Leofelia

3

6835522

Bagulbagul

Emilie

4

6167381

Berciles (PHF)

Danilo

m

a

5

8231444

Blanco

Ting

L

L

6

6021169

Bongao (PHF+1)

Reynaldo

7

2527348

Celis (PHF+3)

Rosita

m

m

8

6934980

Datoc (PHF)

Regina

m

9

6069826

Garcia (PHF)

Bersabe

10

6750258

Grey (PHF+1) (RFSM)

Angelita

11

8585079

Lagrimas

Joy

12

7022257

Melgar (RFSM)

Alex

m

13

5716404

Montifar (PHF)

Yolanda

m

m

14

5716407

Moreno (PHF)

Cely

m

m

15

6167250

Navarro (PHF)

Virgilio

a

16

6578089

Ramos (PHF+1)

Restituto

m

17

2527400

Reyes

Adela

m

m

18

3417886

Sabaldan (PHF)

Juan

a

19

5716423

Solidum (PHF+2)

Norvic

m

a

20

6750200

Tejero (PHF)

Shirley

21

8508534

Turreda (PHF)

Lourdes

a

22

8231464

Valerio

Dan

L

L

23

8432254

Valignota

Rose

24

8267987

Vindollo (RFSM)

Zeny

25

6441055

Young

Nona

L

L

(RFSM)

PHF- Paul Harris Fellow, RFSM - sustaining member, RY 2013-2014

- present,

m-make-up,

L - leave,

a - absent

NOTE: Please contact Club Secretary for any attendance correction before it is submitted to the district.


OUR PRAYER O ever loving and eternal God We thank you for this opportunity you have given us to serve the least of our brethren Let your spirit be in our minds to guide our thoughts towards the truth Upon our lips to preserve us from Speaking ill of others In our hearts to foster love and serve our fellowmen above ourselves, as we Engage Rotary, Change Lives.

AMEN‌

Rtn Joy Lagrimas - August 7 PP Ver Navarro - August 25 PP Danny Berciles- August 31


The Object of Rotary is to encourage and foster the ideals of service as a basis of a worthy enterprise and, in particular to encourage and foster: FIRST

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SECOND

:

THIRD

:

FOURTH

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The development of acquaintance as an opportunity for service. High ethical standards in business and professions; the recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations, and the dignifying by each Rotarian of his occupation as an opportunity to serve society. The application of the ideals of service by every Rotarian to his personal, business and community life. The advancement of international understanding, goodwill, and peace through a world fellowship of business and professional men united in the ideals of service.

[ of the things we think, say or do ]

1. Is it the TRUTH? 2. Is it FAIR to all concerned?

3. Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIP? 4.

Will it be BENEFICIAL to ALL concerned?

ROTARY CLUB of SAN PEdRO SOUTH - District 3820

MAKE UP CARD We had the pleasure of having you as our

VISITING ROTARIAN _______________ _________________ _________________ Date Home Club Club Secretary

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