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July2nd Week Newsletter

July2nd Week Newsletter

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 Rotary Club of Camp Aguinaldo Monthly Newsletter Page 1 2nd week of July
he sun shone and traffic wassmooth along Edsa on July 6,2011. A good sign for the RCCAmembers who hoped and prayed for aclear day on their eagerly anticipatedRotary International District 3780Governor's visit.The NCRCOM Reception Hall at theCamp Aguinaldo Headquarters wasbooked for the exclusive use of RCCAthat evening as the venue for theGovernor's Visit. A large streamer welcoming DG Jess Cifra was proudlyaffixed at the NCRCOM gate toannounce this important Rotaryfunction to one and all.Early birds were PP Adel Corpus(AGR) and Pres Bong Jugco whoarrived way before six evening. DGJess Cifra, himself another early bird,arrived shortly thereafter.Promptly at 6 in the evening, DG JessCifra together with his team of districtofficers on hand to assist him, andRCCA Pres Bong Jungco retreated toa private conference room for their one on one meeting, as members andguests began trickling in. Rtn RoyLopez and Raquel Santos wereassigned to welcome guests andmembers as they came in.
2011 Governor’s Visit
Acknowledgment of Guests wasmade by IPP Adel Corpus. RtnConnie Ojeda reported on ClubAdministration; Badet Pineda on ClubMembership, Recruitment/Retention;PP Gerry Zamudio on PublicRelations; and PE Beth DIrecto onClub Service Projects and The RotaryFoundation.DG Cifra gave encouraging remarksand comments in response to thepresentation. He also encouraged theClub members to go for thePresidential Citation with Distinctionand the members thru the initiative of President Bong Jungco respondedpositively with 6 potential Paul HarrisFellows and 3 sustaining members,pledges to the Rotary Foundation thatsurpass EREY.A sumptuous dinner buffet that morethan satisfied everyone's palate wascatered by Rotarian Robert Camba.After dinner, a regular club meetingwas called to order wherein a formalturn over ceremony took place.Before relinquishing the symbols of leadership to his successor, PresidentAdel Corpus gave his valedictoryaddress where he thanked everyonefor their wholehearted support duringhis term. He commended severalmembers who have performedmeritoriously during the Rotary year which, he says, helped make his terma whole lot easier. He gave out glasstrophies to these members.The formalities done, the meetingwas adjourned and In keeping withtradition, a fellowship night of singingand dancing was enjoyed by all.
Club Directors
Bong Jungco
Vice President
Vic Castro
Badet Pineda
Miles Chua
Club Admin.
Connie Ojeda
Sergeant at Arms
Raquel SantosRoy Lopez
Adel Corpus
Beth Directo
ach week, we highlight a piece of Rotary history and share an inspirational quotefrom past Rotary leaders.This week’s quote:“Friendship is a natural and willing servant… There is noreason….why the great  power of friendship should not be harnessed to do its part in the world’s work.” Report of the President,1912 Rotary Convention,Duluth, Minnesota USA
 Rotary Club of Camp Aguinaldo Monthly Newsletter Page 2 2nd week of July
Photo Gallery—Governor’s Visit
 Rotary Club of Camp Aguinaldo Monthly Newsletter Page 3 2nd week of July
The Rotary motto Service Above Self conveys the humanitarian spirit of theorganization’s more than 1.2 millionmembers. Strong fellowship amongRotarians and meaningful community andinternational service projects characterizeRotary worldwide.
The Rotary Club of Camp Aguinaldo is a strong, active andsocial group with a commitment to the principals of Rotary,and a focused dedication to give back to the localcommunity, as well as support Iocal projects. Now withmore than 30 members, the club continues to attract high-energy professionals dedicated to community service.
Weinvite you to visit our club.
We meet on Wednesdayevenings, 6:00 to 7:00pm, at the Camp Aguinaldo J7 MessHall.
 July 2011
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RCCA Rotaractors in Medical Mission
RCCA Rotaractors tirelessly checked blood pressures and administered blood sugar tests tomore than one hundred Batanguenos on June 17th 2011, where the Phlippine Air Force held asuccessful one day medical mission. The group left at four o’clock in the morning and wasgreeted by a crowd of people eagerly awaiting free medical services.The mission was part of pre-anniversary activities of the Air Force, which celebrated its 64thfounding anniversary on July 1st. The project’s theme was “Ang inyong Hukbong HimpapawidKaakibat sa Kaunlaran at Kaisa sa Kapayapaan.The medical mission was co-sponsored in part by the Rotary Club of Camp Aguinaldo andAlliance4Hope Foundation.The people of Batangas expressed gratitude to the PAF and RCCA Rotaractors for making theproject possible.
Rotarian Robert Hall greets children who will be vaccinated againstpolio during a National Immunization Day. Moradabad, India. Photoby Alyce Henson / Rotary Images.
Individuals and nations owe it to themselves and the world to become informed.One's nativity is not of his own choosing, but whatever it may be, it is entitled to respect; and allnations have honorable place in the world's family.Permanent superiority has never been realized by any nation in history. After the rise comes thefall.Rotary has satisfactorily demonstrated the fact that friendship can easily hurdle national andreligious boundary lines.Segregation never brought anyone anything except trouble.

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