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Meets every Thursday, 8:00 evening at Boy Ching Woo Restaurant, J. Rodriguez St. Caloocan City Secretariat: 19 P. Burgos Street, Barangay 15, Caloocan City Telephone Number : 285-08-22, 310-29-15 Email :


RY 2017 – 2018

Rex Alvin C. Martinez

Einstein Errol S. Manapat

PP Ruben P. Aniceto

President– Elect / Secretary

Vice President

Mylene F. Salinas

IPP Dale Gonzalo R. Malapitan

President Nominee/Auditor


CP Carlos Cabochan Treasurer

President RY 2017 - 2018

Ronald Malonzo

Donnabel Roque

PP Roberto B. Zamora

PP Enrique G. Santos Jr.

Membership Directors

Service Project

The Rotary Foundation

Public Image


Richard C. Vargas Youth

Ramel Motita Sergeant - at Arms

Roy Navarro Club Administration

Makikilala ang Aguila sa taas ng paglipad at sa lawak ng pananaw - makisig at malakas - mabilis na dinaragit ang mga pagkakataong bumubukal mula sa lupang pinagmulan. Iyan ang Rotaryo ng Kalookan North isang Aguila na nagmamasid at nag-aalay ng sarili sa bawat pagkakataong makapaglingkod at nakikibahagi sa kapwa sa paglalakbay sa mundong pinagmulan.

30th Regular Meeting Rotary Year 2017 - 2018

March 08, 2018 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

7:00 - 8:00 pm

Dinner Fellowship

8:00 pm

Meeting Proper

Call to Order

Pres. Errol Manapat


Dir. Ronald Malonzo

National Anthem, 4 Way Test and Rotary Pledge

PP Odie Decena

Introduction of Guests and Secretary’s Corner

Sec./PE Alvin Martinez

Treasurer’s Report

Treas. CP Carling Cabochan

Community Singing Classification Talk Joke Time President’s Time

Pres. Errol Manapat

Other Matters... Adjournment

Pres. Errol Manapat

FELLOWSHIP . . . . . FELLOWSHIP . . . . . FELLOWSHIP PP Domeng Manahan Night Chairman

Lord of the Universe, you have given most of mankind a strong desire to do good, to be honest, to serve others, and to faithfully fulfill their obligations to their neighbors. Help us, as Rotarians and humans, to do good. Help us, as Rotarians and humans, to be honest and ethical in all our dealings. Help us, as Rotarians and humans, to serve others. And help us, as Rotarians and humans, to faithfully fulfill our obligations as neighbors to our community, our nation, and the world. Amen ROTARY PLEDGE I do solemnly promise to help advance the object of Rotary, comply with the Constitution and By-laws of Rotary International and the Rotary Club of Kalookan North ever putting into practice Rotary’s Motto: Service

Above Self


PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE RY 2017 – 2018 To my fellow Rotarians; In celebration of Women’s Month this March and Women’s Day this March 8, 2018, we would like to extend our support to all the woman member and spouses of Rotary International. Let us support the Rotary Foundation to reach the needs of mothers and children by giving communities the help and training they need to take control of their own maternal and infant health care. “On International Women’s Day, 8 March, it is important to

reflect on the milestones women have achieved in economic opportunity, and the role Rotary clubs can play… By Annemarie Mostert, a member of the E-club of Southern Africa “ Again thank you and best of luck to Rotary Club of Kalookan North and family… Yours truly, EINSTEIN ERROL S. MANAPAT President RY 2017 - 2018


Presidential Message Ian H.S. Riseley President 2017-18

March 2018 This month marks 50 years since the first Rotaract club was chartered, in 1968. In this special Rotaract issue, you'll meet some impressive Rotaractors from around the world and see some of the incredible ways they are Making a Difference. In the half-century since Rotaract began, the world has seen profound changes, and young people have felt the greatest impact of those changes: the rise of technology and the information economy, the spread of education, and the tremendous influence of the internet. When Rotaract was founded, it would have been almost unthinkable for a teen or 20something to have been an entrepreneur or a CEO. Today, young people have an unprecedented capacity to achieve – and Rotary needs their ideas and enthusiasm as never before. For many years, Rotary has done Rotaract a disservice by looking at our youth and young adult programs as mere precursors to Rotary membership, and not as valuable and productive programs in their own right. But Rotaractors are truly partners in Rotary service. Today, an estimated quarter of a million Rotaractors serve in over 10,000 clubs, in nearly every country where Rotary clubs exist. The impact of their service is particularly impressive when contrasted with their resources. Rotaractors achieve an amazing amount with far less money at their disposal than the average Rotary club. Their energy and vision bring something wonderful to our Rotary family and to our communities, and we value it very much. Yet only 27 percent of Rotary clubs sponsor a Rotaract club, a figure that has remained fairly stable over time. And far too few Rotaractors ultimately do move on to Rotary membership. As we celebrate this anniversary with Rotaract, I encourage all Rotary clubs to consider sponsoring a Rotaract club or to strengthen their ties with the clubs they already sponsor. Schedule regular joint meetings, run joint service projects, and reach out to Rotaractors – not only to ask if you can help, but to find out how you can work together. Know your Rotaract clubs and their members – and make sure that every Rotaractor knows that a Rotary club is waiting to welcome them. For half a century, Rotaract has given young people a way to find the same connections with their communities, and the same value in service, that Rotarians find in Rotary. Rotaractors are connecting us to the Rotary of our future, while helping us build the Rotary of today.


by Sec./ PE Rex Alvin Martinez Agenda of the Regular Meeting: March 08, 2018  Club Dues  2nd Sem Mandatory Payables  Club Anniversary  Other matters Highlight of the last Meeting: March 01, 2018  The meeting was called to order at 9:40 pm by Pres Errol Manapat with invocation and national anthem, 4 way test and rotary pledge headed by PP Ruben Aniceto and PD Mylene Salinas, respectively;  As per PE Alvin, Distas 2018 will be on April 21 to 22, 2018 at Taal Vista, Tagaytay and requested PP Martin Martinez that the accommodation for the members who will attend with him will be at Divine Mercy Retreat House which was agreed by the later;  Also, he narrated the ideas shared to them by the upcoming District Administration last PETS;  Pres Errol reported that PP Ricky already submitted the District Grant Fund Project Report and it was already acknowledge by PP Bobby Campos, District Chair for the DDF;  As narrated, supposedly, there has to be 10 school that were given a Drinking Fountain by the club but only 8 were rehabilitated because the other two drinking fountain were already demolished by the school for other purposes;  For the Talents Night, as confirmed, Pres Errol, PE Alvin, PN Mylene, PP Ruben and Rtn Francis will participate;  PP Martin suggested to also put a fund for the Distas so other member will be involved in attending District events;  The meeting was adjourn at 10:51pm


March 2018 WATER AND SANITATION MONTH • Fire Prevention Month • Anti-Rabies Month


District Convention (DISCON) 2018 Venue: Solaire Ballroom, Solaire Resort and Casino Club Listing : Php 3,500.00 Assessment: Rotarians - Php 4,800 Spouse - Php 4,500

April 21 - 22

Distas 2018 Venue: Taal Vista Club Assessment: Php 3,500.00

April 28 - 29

Club Charter Anniversary Venue:Berna Beach, Nasugbu, Batangas Member Share: Php 1,500.00/ coming or not

BIRTHDAY Sps Aubrey Malapitan PE Alvin Martinez Rtn Roy Navarro

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ANNIVESARY IPP Dale & Aubrey Malapitan PP Ricky & Melanie Santos


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March 01

29th Regular Meeting Venue: Boy Ching Woo Restaurant



By Treas. CP Carlos Cabochan



31st Regular Meeting Rotary Year 2017 - 2018

March 15, 2018 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

7:00 - 8:00 pm

Dinner Fellowship

8:00 pm

Meeting Proper

Call to Order

Pres. Errol Manapat


Rtn. Roy Navarro

National Anthem, 4 Way Test and Rotary Pledge

PP Martin Martinez

Introduction of Guests and Secretary’s Corner

Sec./PE Alvin Martinez

Treasurer’s Report

Treas. CP Carling Cabochan

Community Singing Classification Talk Joke Time President’s Time

Pres. Errol Manapat

Other Matters... Adjournment

Pres. Errol Manapat

FELLOWSHIP . . . . . FELLOWSHIP . . . . . FELLOWSHIP PP Odie Decena Night Chairman

Rotary Club of Kalookan North

VISITING ROTARIAN Name : __________________________________ Rotary Club : ______________________________ attended our club meeting today to make up for an absence to his/her own club.

RI District 3800

Rex Alvin C. Martinez Secretary, RY 2017 - 2018

THE OBJECT OF ROTARY The object of Rotary is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprises and, in particular, to encourage and foster: FIRST The development of acquaintance as an opportunity of service; SECOND The ethical standards in business and professions; the recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations, and the dignifying of each Rotarian’s occupation as an opportunity to serve society; THIRD The application of the ideal of service in each Rotarian’s persona, business, and community life; FOURTH The advancement of international understanding, goodwill, and peace through a world fellowship of business and professional persons united in the ideal of service.





Ang Apat na Pamantayan ng Pagsusuri ng Rotaryo

Of the things we think, say or do: sa ating Isip, Salita at Gawa

1. Is it the TRUTH? Iyon ba ang katotohann? 2. Is it FAIR to all concerned? Iyon ba’y makatarungan sa lahat ng kinauukulan? 3. Will it BUILD GOODWILL AND BETTER FRIENDSHIP? Iyon ba’y makakagawa ng kabutihang–loob at ng lalong mabuting pakikipagkaibigan? 4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned? Iyon ba’y makakabuti sa lahat ng kinauukulan?

Declaration of Rotarians in Businesses and Professions The Declaration of Rotarians in Businesses and Professions was adopted by the Rotary International Council on Legislation in 1989 to provide more specific guidelines for the high ethical standards called for in the Object of Rotary: As a Rotarian engaged in a business or profession, I am expected to:  Consider my vocation to be another opportunity to serve

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Be faithful to the letter and to the spirit of the ethical codes of my vocation, to the laws of my country, and to the moral standards of my community Do all in my power to dignify my vocation and to promote the highest ethical standards in my chosen vocation Be fair to my employer, employees, associates, competitors,” customers, the public, and all those with whom I have a business or professional relationship Recognize the honor and respect due to all occupations which are useful to society

Offer my vocational talents: to provide opportunities for young people, to work for the relief of the special needs of others, and to improve the quality of life in my community  Adhere to honesty in my advertising and in all representations to the public concerning my business or profession Neither seek from nor grant to a fellow Rotarian a privilege or advantage not normally accorded others in a business or professional relationship

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