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November 15, 2012

 

Rotary Club of Holy Spirit

Club No. 69935

RI District 3780 Philippines

 

Vol. V

No.

13

Officers and Members

RY 2012-13

MARCIA C. SALVADOR

President

EUI BONG JUNG, OMD

Vice President & PE Chair - Health & Wellness

FERNANDO M. DELGRA JR

Secretary & Chair - Youth Development

MA. PERPETUAL S. RIVERA

Treasurer & Chair - Fund Generation

MARITES L. NEPOMUCENO

Auditor

CP LEONIDES S. RESPICIO

Protocol Officer

RICARDO P. SALVADOR

Members Chair - Club Pilot Administration Project & RI Associate

PP EMELINDA C. PALATTAO

Club Trainor & Chair - Membership Dev

MARYLENE MARTINEZ, DDM

Chair - Service Projects

IPP PEDRITO M. CONDENO

Chair ciate Members - The Rotary Pilot Foundation Project & RI Asso-

EMMANUEL P. SOLIDUM

Chair - Public Relations

Medical/dental mission serves 400 patients from poor families residing near garbage dumpsite area in Barangay Payatas

RC Holy Spirit, together with its service partners, the Rotaract and Interact Clubs of Holy Spirit, participated in a medical/dental mission last

Sunday, November 11, 2012 from 8AM to 3PM, at Area B of Barangay Payatas. The mission was

sponsored by the UST High School ‟70 Medical

Mission Society and is the fourth annual partner- ship project between the RCHS and the UST alumni.

To support the mission, Service Projects Chair Dr Marlene Martinez invited seven (7) dentists from the Makati Chapter of the Philippine Dental Asso- ciation. PP Linda Palattao provided the venue for the mission, and served food for the patients. Meanwhile, PN Willy Fabroa helped man the pharmacy section. Rtn Angel Castro helped take

BP measurements of the patients. PE Dr Eui Bong Jung joined after his church commitments to render acupuncture services to tired mission volunteers. He brought along some Korean youths who did face-painting on the children pre- sent. The Rotaractors and Interactors assisted the dentists and the UST alumni in ushering the patients.

The 400 cases served by the mission: Medical, 115 patients; pedia, 177; dental, 98; derma, 5; ENT, 2; and acupuncture, 3. The amount saved by patients for professional fees and free medi- cines could be valued at least P200,000. The longer term contribution of the mission in terms of diseases prevented in the community and indi- vidual wellness will require a follow-up study.

PP DIOGENES S. Osabel Chair - Networking and Community Dev IN IL “David” KIM Chair -
PP DIOGENES S. Osabel
Chair - Networking and Community Dev
IN IL “David” KIM
Chair - Sports
WILLIAM P. FABROA
President-Nominee
PP ROGELIO B. BELLEZA, MD
ANGEL E. CASTRO
JOCELYN M FLORES
PP VIRGINIA ARDEN F. SY
FERDINAND VALBUENA
ANTONIO KENT VALDERRAMA
ESTRELLA C. VALMOCINA
PERCIVAL C. ZABALA
Associate Members (RI Pilot Program)
NENG ATENDIDO
BABES M. BACULA
LIZA FERNANDEZ
NELSON FRANCISCO
MALOU JOSE
TYRON KIM
Holy Spirit team of Rotarians, Rotaractors, Interactors, and Korean youth volunteers.
Honorary Members
PDG DANILO V. FAUSTO
AG EDMUND CHIU
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The Rotary Club of Holy Spirit D3780 is the only club in our District, one of only four in the Philippines, and one of only 200 clubs of the world’s 34,100 Rotary clubs, chosen by Rotary International to participate in the 3-year “associate members” pilot project that ends in RY 2013-14. Holy Spirit is the only club in D3780 authorized by RI to have “associate members” during the 3-year pilot period.

Milk-feeding program is launched in Barangay Holy Spirit
Milk-feeding program is launched in Barangay Holy Spirit

On Friday, November 9, 2012, some 250 children and their parents came for the launching of the 120-day Milk Feeding Pro- gram sponsored by Congressman Winnie Castelo and Councilor Precious Castelo. It was held at the covered court of Barangay Holy Spirit. A Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) was signed between Congressman Castelo, the National Dairy Authority (NDA), and RC Holy Spirit represented by Presi- dent Marcia, and witnessed by Kapitana

Neneng Valmocina and the barangay kaga- wads. The launching featured the actual drinking by the children of the chocolate-

flavored fresh carabao‟s milk.

Per the MOA, the NDA will supply milk daily for 120 days to 200 children aged 3-6 years of old at the barangay covered court. These children have been identified by community health volunteers. NDA will

also supply milk to 60 Grade I pupils at the Dona Juana Elementary School.

Left photo shows

Cong. Winnie Castelo

delivering his message. Seated in the photo at right (L-R) Sec Jr Delgra, PP Beth Sy, Councilor Precious Castelo, Pres Marcia, Cong. Winnie and a Kagawad of Holy Spirit. Standing are other Kagawads

of the barangay council.

Feeding program at Dona Juana begins while awaiting milk supply from Cong. Castelo

On November 12, 2012, RC Holy Spirit initiated the feeding program at Dona Juana Elementary School with arroz caldo, while waiting for the delivery of the milk by the Na- tional Dairy Authority. Fifty of the 60 identified severely malnourished Grade I pupils ate the arroz caldo prepared by Project In-charge PP Beth Sy. The activity was super- vised by Feeding Teacher Mrs Lorna Corre. President Marcia, SNG Chair

JR Delgra and Associate Member

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The following day, and days after, instant chocolate-flavored milk and bread provided by RC Holy Spirit were served to the children, while still waiting for the delivery of fresh milk from Congressman Winnie Cas- telo ..

Feeding program at Dona Juana begins while awaiting milk supply from Cong. Castelo On November 12,

With support of District Simplified Grant, Holy Spirit completes health-protection project

The rehabilitation and improvement of the heretofore inoperable students‟

wash area at Holy Spirit National High School has been completed. Since Monday, November 12, students have been using the hand-washing facility after activities in the school grounds such as physical education, sports and recess. First suggested by PP Linda Palattao and designed by IPP Ped Condeno, this water & sanitation project will help protect the health of

4,500 students.

The new principal, Dr Anita Bohol, expressed profuse appreciation to RCHS for the much needed project.

Turn-over of this TRF-assisted project to the school is a fitting part of the

club‟s commemoration on November as Rotary Foundation month.

With support of District Simplified Grant, Holy Spirit completes health-protection project The rehabilitation and improvement of

Holy Spirit Rotaractors revel with other clubs during Halloween party

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Halloween Party titled Rotarocking Dead presented by Rotaract Club of San Francisco Del Monte Malaya Achievers, held at Road 2, cor. Road 8, Brgy. Project 6, Quezon City last No- vember 10, 2012. They conducted Cheers for a Cause, where the drinks were purchased. There were also games, where Rotaract Club of Holy Spirit actively joined (e.g Dance that Balloon, Zombie Making contest) and some raffle draws won by Rotaractor Jessa Capinig. by Rtr. Mars Entena

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DGE Francis Rivera and the Presidents-Elect golf tournament on December 4

Francis Rivera & the Presidents-Elect Golf Invitational” will be held on December 4, 2012 at the Philippine Navy Golf Course at Fort Bonifacio in Makati City. This collaborative fund-raising project is led by RC Holy Spirit and RC Timog QC.

Sponsorships to the tournament are as follows: Major Sponsor P20,000; Minor Sponsor P10,000; Hole Sponsor P5,000.

The Golf Invitational is a fund-raising project for the

The golf invitational tournament dubbed as the “DGE

projects, as well as to help defray the training cost of Presidents-elect during their seminar in February

participating clubs‟ community and vocational service

2013 to be held in Cebu.

Francis Rivera & the Presidents- Elect Golf Invitational” will be held on December 4, 2012 at

November 19 is WORLD TOILET DAY

to raise awareness of the struggles faced by 2.5 billion people who don‟t have one.

This page of The Dove serves as home page of the “virtual website” of ROTARY CLUBInteract clubs celebrate the program’s golden anniversary By Daniela Garcia Rotary News -- 5 November 2012 The very first Interact club, formed at Melbourne High School in Melbourne, Florida, USA is joining Interact clubs and their sponsors around the globe in celebrating the program‟s 50th anniversary during World Interact Week , 5-11 November. The Melbourne club received its charter in November 1962, under the guidance and sponsorship of the Rotary Club of Mel- bourne, Florida, USA. In celebration of the golden anniversary, charter members of the club joined current Interactors and Rotarians from District 6930 for a night of reflection and fel- lowship. “What makes Rotary great is what makes Interact great,” says Michael Welch, president of the Rotary Club of Melbourne, who helped plan the anniversary event. “For a person -- especially a young person, an Interactor -- to appreciate the concept of Ser- vice Above Self, and then put it to work on their own time, it’s a special experience that can change a lot of lives.” Where are the Interact and Rotaract Clubs in D3780? (based on Rotary International Online Directory October 19, 2012) Eastwood R Pag-asa R Greenmeadows R Paraiso I R HOLY SPIRIT I R QC Circle I Kagitingang Cubao R QC Southwest R Kamuning I R Quirino I R Kamuning East I SFDM I R Kamuning West R Sto. Domingo I Loyola Heights I R South Triangle I R Mega Edsa I R Timog R Metro Diliman I R University District I Metro SFDM R Uptown Cubao R Murphy R Uptown Novaliches I R Neo Fairview I R VisMin R New Manila East I R RCs with Interact 30 New Manila Heights I R RCs with Rotaract 39 New Manila R RCs with both North Balintawak I Interact & Rotaract North Edsa R Clubs 19 Bagong Silangan Camp Aguinaldo Commonwealth Diliman Central Cubao Bus. Ctr Cubao Kamias Cubao Central Cosmo Cubao Diliman North Ayala Heights Batasan Hills Cubao South Cubao West Cubao Edsa Capitol Hills Balintawak Diliman Agham Cubao R R R R R R R R R R R R R I I I I I I I I I I I I Rotary International www.rotary.org District 3780 Website www.rotaryd3780.org RC Holy Spirit on www.facebook/RCHS3780 Rotary Club of Holy Spirit 3 Don Senen St., Don Antonio Heights, Quezon City President RY 2012-13: Marcia C. Salvador Mobile: 0919-665-3430 Email: mdcsalvador@yahoo.com Club meets every Thursday, 7 PM at the Don Antonio Heights Clubhouse November is ROTARY FOUNDATION MONTH Nov 19 JR Nov 21 Beth Dec 17 Dodgie 4 " id="pdf-obj-3-2" src="pdf-obj-3-2.jpg">

This page of The Dove serves as home page of the “virtual website” of

ROTARY CLUB OF HOLY SPIRIT

Rotary International District 3780

This page of The Dove serves as home page of the “virtual website” of ROTARY CLUBInteract clubs celebrate the program’s golden anniversary By Daniela Garcia Rotary News -- 5 November 2012 The very first Interact club, formed at Melbourne High School in Melbourne, Florida, USA is joining Interact clubs and their sponsors around the globe in celebrating the program‟s 50th anniversary during World Interact Week , 5-11 November. The Melbourne club received its charter in November 1962, under the guidance and sponsorship of the Rotary Club of Mel- bourne, Florida, USA. In celebration of the golden anniversary, charter members of the club joined current Interactors and Rotarians from District 6930 for a night of reflection and fel- lowship. “What makes Rotary great is what makes Interact great,” says Michael Welch, president of the Rotary Club of Melbourne, who helped plan the anniversary event. “For a person -- especially a young person, an Interactor -- to appreciate the concept of Ser- vice Above Self, and then put it to work on their own time, it’s a special experience that can change a lot of lives.” Where are the Interact and Rotaract Clubs in D3780? (based on Rotary International Online Directory October 19, 2012) Eastwood R Pag-asa R Greenmeadows R Paraiso I R HOLY SPIRIT I R QC Circle I Kagitingang Cubao R QC Southwest R Kamuning I R Quirino I R Kamuning East I SFDM I R Kamuning West R Sto. Domingo I Loyola Heights I R South Triangle I R Mega Edsa I R Timog R Metro Diliman I R University District I Metro SFDM R Uptown Cubao R Murphy R Uptown Novaliches I R Neo Fairview I R VisMin R New Manila East I R RCs with Interact 30 New Manila Heights I R RCs with Rotaract 39 New Manila R RCs with both North Balintawak I Interact & Rotaract North Edsa R Clubs 19 Bagong Silangan Camp Aguinaldo Commonwealth Diliman Central Cubao Bus. Ctr Cubao Kamias Cubao Central Cosmo Cubao Diliman North Ayala Heights Batasan Hills Cubao South Cubao West Cubao Edsa Capitol Hills Balintawak Diliman Agham Cubao R R R R R R R R R R R R R I I I I I I I I I I I I Rotary International www.rotary.org District 3780 Website www.rotaryd3780.org RC Holy Spirit on www.facebook/RCHS3780 Rotary Club of Holy Spirit 3 Don Senen St., Don Antonio Heights, Quezon City President RY 2012-13: Marcia C. Salvador Mobile: 0919-665-3430 Email: mdcsalvador@yahoo.com Club meets every Thursday, 7 PM at the Don Antonio Heights Clubhouse November is ROTARY FOUNDATION MONTH Nov 19 JR Nov 21 Beth Dec 17 Dodgie 4 " id="pdf-obj-3-12" src="pdf-obj-3-12.jpg">
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Interactors of Holy Spirit commemorate World Interact Week by rendering selfless service during medical-dental mission that served 400 poor patients last Sunday, November 11, in the

Payatas garbage dumpsite area. Rotaractors and Rotarians of Holy Spirit were there too, to support the doc- tors, dentists, nurses and other volunteers. The Interact Club of Holy Spirit National High School has 100 members.

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By Daniela Garcia Rotary News -- 5 November 2012

The very first Interact club, formed at Melbourne High School in Melbourne, Florida, USA is joining Interact clubs and their

sponsors around the globe in celebrating the program‟s 50th

anniversary during World Interact Week, 5-11 November.

The Melbourne club received its charter in November 1962, under the guidance and sponsorship of the Rotary Club of Mel- bourne, Florida, USA. In celebration of the golden anniversary, charter members of the club joined current Interactors and Rotarians from District 6930 for a night of reflection and fel- lowship.

“What makes Rotary great is what makes Interact great,” says Michael Welch, president of the Rotary Club of Melbourne, who

helped plan the anniversary event. “For a person -- especially a young person, an Interactor -- to appreciate the concept of Ser-

vice Above Self, and then put it to work on their own time, it’s a special experience that can change a lot of lives.”

Where are the Interact and Rotaract Clubs in D3780? (based on Rotary International Online Directory October
Where are the Interact and Rotaract Clubs in D3780?
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Rotary International www.rotary.org District 3780 Website www.rotaryd3780.org

RC Holy Spirit on

  • www.facebook/RCHS3780

Rotary Club of Holy Spirit

3 Don Senen St., Don Antonio Heights, Quezon City President RY 2012-13: Marcia C. Salvador

Mobile: 0919-665-3430

Email: mdcsalvador@yahoo.com

Club meets every Thursday, 7 PM at the Don Antonio Heights Clubhouse

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Venue: Farmer‟s St., Area B. Barangay Payatas, QC Date: Nov 11, 2012 Sunday Time: 8AM to

Venue: Farmer‟s St., Area B.

Barangay Payatas, QC Date: Nov 11, 2012 Sunday Time: 8AM to 3 PM Beneficiaries: 400 patients from poor families

AG/PP Linda Palattao pose with derma- tologist-friend near feeding area

Venue: Farmer‟s St., Area B. Barangay Payatas, QC Date: Nov 11, 2012 Sunday Time: 8AM to
Venue: Farmer‟s St., Area B. Barangay Payatas, QC Date: Nov 11, 2012 Sunday Time: 8AM to

Rtn Angel Castro, CE, measures BP

Venue: Farmer‟s St., Area B. Barangay Payatas, QC Date: Nov 11, 2012 Sunday Time: 8AM to

Volunteer doctors

Rtn Marlene Martinez, DDM

Venue: Farmer‟s St., Area B. Barangay Payatas, QC Date: Nov 11, 2012 Sunday Time: 8AM to
Venue: Farmer‟s St., Area B. Barangay Payatas, QC Date: Nov 11, 2012 Sunday Time: 8AM to

PN Willy Fabroa assists in the pharmacy

Venue: Farmer‟s St., Area B. Barangay Payatas, QC Date: Nov 11, 2012 Sunday Time: 8AM to

PE Dr Bong performs acupuncture

Venue: Farmer‟s St., Area B. Barangay Payatas, QC Date: Nov 11, 2012 Sunday Time: 8AM to

Rotarians pose with volunteer dentists from Makati Chapter of PDA

Venue: Farmer‟s St., Area B. Barangay Payatas, QC Date: Nov 11, 2012 Sunday Time: 8AM to
Holy Spirit Rotarians pose with UST High School „70 Medical Alumni Society
Holy Spirit Rotarians pose with UST High School „70 Medical Alumni Society

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Rotary news in brief from around the globe

The Rotarian -- November 2012

Rotary clubs around the globe have many things in common, including a commitment to service. All year long, clubs are taking ac- tion to make a difference in their communi-

ties. Here’s a roundup of recent club activi-

ties.

Australia The Rotary Club of Hobart organized a 10-day voyage in April on the brigantine Windeward Bound for teenagers who had experi- enced war in their home countries. The eight students one from Sudan and seven from Nepal were paired with mentors their own age. The trip aimed to bring together teens from different backgrounds to promote tolerance and cultural understanding and to teach ways to build peace in their communities. The Ro- tary clubs of Huon Valley, Queenstown, Smithton, and Ulverstone West and the Rotaract Club of Central Coast provided funds.

Egypt

Rotarians in Egypt and the United States are helping doctors at a

pediatric hospital in Cairo to save hundreds of premature babies each year. Through the $23,000 project, which received support from a Rotary Foundation Matching Grant, the Rotary clubs of Heliopolis and Minneapolis purchased equipment for the inten-

sive care unit of the Abou El Reesh Children‟s Hospital. The hospi-

tal treats one million patients annually, most of whom are from poor families. The Rotarians also advised hospital staff on using and maintaining the equipment, and plan to conduct monthly sessions on sanitation and nutrition.

Guatemala

The Rotary clubs of Calgary Heritage Park and Calgary Olympic, Alta., Canada, raised about US$18,000 for a project that in- cluded installing 50 bio-sand water filters and 50 fuel-efficient stoves in the community of Quiacquix. The Rotarians worked with Asociación Ajpu, a local nonprofit, and Help for the Highlands of Guatemala, a project launched in 2010 by Calgary Heritage Park club member Bill Skinner and fellow Calgary native Alan Sitter to bring clean-water technology to the country.

Rotary news in brief from around the globe The Rotarian -- November 2012 Rotary clubs around

Sierra Leone

Members of the Rotary clubs of Edinburgh, Scotland, and Peter- borough, England, recently returned from Sierra Leone, where they provided support for the David School. Founded by David Wallwork, a member of the Rotary Club of Ramsey, England, in 2005, the school is located in a rural area near Freetown that was devastated by country‟s 11-year civil war. The Edinburgh and Peterborough club members helped build an additional class- room, and the Edinburgh Rotarians also assisted with medical checkups, planting crops, and teaching sewing and basket- weaving.

USA

India

The literacy rate in India is 61 percent. The Rotary clubs of Pune

Parvati and Culver City, Calif., USA, are working together to im- prove education in rural parts of the country by providing potable water, sanitation facilities, furniture and other materials, and teacher training to 18 schools around Pune. The Health, Hunger and Humanity Grant project, which launched in 2008, is expected to help 8,000 students every year.

Kenya

Every year, Rotary clubs in Nairobi and the nearby towns of Machakos and Thika organize a rally for children with physical and mental disabilities. In February, a record 3,500 kids partici- pated in the event, which was hosted by the Rotary clubs of Nai- robi-East and Nairobi Parklands and featured music, entertainers, and rally cars and dirt bikes. The children also performed songs. Local Rotaractors helped out, and Henry Wanyoike, a visually im- paired runner and three-time Paralympic gold medalist, spoke

about overcoming life‟s challenges.

At the Lemon Creek Correctional Center, the Rotary Club of Jun- eau, Alaska, has built a greenhouse within the prison yard. In- mates will be able to learn gardening skills as they grow toma- toes, cucumbers, peppers, herbs, and other plants in the 40-by- 15-foot greenhouse a necessity in a climate too cool and rainy for many varieties. The Juneau club funded the $13,000 struc-

ture.

U.S. Virgin Islands

In December 2010, the Rotary Club of St. Thomas gave 49 virtual babies to four schools as part of Baby Think It Over, a program that aims to demonstrate the pressures and responsibilities of parenthood. The club raised more than $28,000 to provide the babies, which come equipped with computer chips that record

how the students care for them over several days. The effort, which the St. Thomas club has sponsored since 1996, has re- ceived credit for helping to reduce the teen pregnancy rate in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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Rotary Club of Holy Spirit RI District 3780 AGENDA for November 15, 2012 19th Meeting 7:00

Rotary Club of Holy Spirit

RI District 3780

AGENDA for November 15, 2012

19th Meeting

7:00 PM Assembly-Dinner-Fellowship

Call to Order

Opening Rites

Invocation National Anthem

Rotarians’ Pledge

Pres Marcia Salvador

Introduction of Guests

Highlights of last week’s meeting

Club business:

Debrief on recently completed service projects

Rotary Club of Holy Spirit RI District 3780 AGENDA for November 15, 2012 19th Meeting 7:00

Medical/dental mission in Barangay Payatas sponsored by UST alumni (Nov 11)

TRF-supported Water & Sanitation project at HS National High

Service projects in progress

120-day Milk-feeding program

Barangay Holy Spirit (200 3-6 years old children)

Dona Juana Elementary School (60 Grade I pupils)

Cooperation project with other Rotary clubs

DGE and PEs Golf tournament Dec 4, hosts are RC Timog and RCHS

Other matters

President’s Time

Pres Marcia

Adjournment

Pres Marcia

Percy Zabala

Night Chair

Principles that Guide Rotary

The Object of Rotary

First formulated in 1910, the Object of Rotary is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise and, in par-

ticular, to encourage and foster:

FIRST. The development of acquaintance as an opportunity for ser- vice;

SECOND. High ethical standards in business and professions, the recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations, and the digni-

fying of each Rotarian's occupation as an opportunity to serve society;

THIRD. The application of the ideal of service in each Rotarian's per- sonal, 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.

Community Service covers the projects and activities the club under- takes to improve life in its community.

based:

standing & peace.

Based on the Object of Rotary, the Five Avenues of Service are Rotary’s

philosophical cornerstone and the foundation on which club activity is

5 Avenues of Service

New Generations Service recognizes the positive change imple- mented by youth and young adults through leadership development activities, service projects, and exchange programs.

Vocational Service encourages Rotarians to serve others through their vocations and to practice high ethical standards.

Club Service focuses on strengthening fellowship and ensuring the effective functioning of the club.

International Service encompasses actions taken to expand Rotary‟s humanitarian reach around the globe and to promote world under-

Of the things we think, say or do

The Four-Way Test

Is it the TRUTH? Is it FAIR to all concerned?

Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?

Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?

ROTARIAN‟S PLEDGE

  • I am a Rotarian

  • I will always uphold the TRUTH.

  • I am a Rotarian

  • I will always strive to be FAIR

in all of my dealings with my fellowmen.

  • I am a Rotarian

  • I will always endeavor to build

GOODWILL and UNDERSTANDING in my community, among my countrymen and people of all nations.

  • I am a Rotarian

  • I will always seek to promote

the greatest good for the greatest number of people in the spirit of ROTARY SERVICE.

  • I am a Rotarian

  • I will always uphold

the Rotary International Motto,

SERVICE ABOVE SELF.

Rotary Code of Conduct

(Formerly Declaration of Rotarians in Business and Professions)

As a Rotarian, I will

  • 1. Exemplify the core value of integrity in all behaviors and activities

  • 2. Use my vocational experience and talents to serve in Rotary

  • 3. Conduct all of my personal, business, and professional affairs ethically, encouraging and fostering high ethical standards as an example to others

  • 4. Be fair in all dealings with others and treat them with the respect due to them as fellow human beings

  • 5. Promote recognition and respect for all occupations which are useful to society

  • 6. 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 qual-

ity of life in my community

  • 7. Honor the trust that Rotary and fellow Rotarians provide and not do anything that will bring disfavor or reflect adversely on Rotary or fellow Rotari-

ans

  • 8. Not seek from a fellow Rotarian a privilege or advantage not normally accorded others in a business or professional relationship

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