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Official News eBulletin of the Rotary Club of Holy Spirit

The Dove
24 March 2015
Officers and Members
RY 2014-15

MARITES L. NEPOMUCENO
President

Rotary Club of Holy Spirit Club No. 69935 RI District 3780 Philippines

Vol. VII No. 31

Holy Spirit restores hand-washing facility to ensure
hygiene and health of 4,000 high school students

ANGELITA E. CASTRO

PE AND Chair, Membership Development
PP MARCIA C. SALVADOR
Secretary & Chair, Youth Service
PERCIVAL C. ZABALA
Treasurer
PP ROCA MARIE JURADO
Auditor
RICARDO P. SALVADOR
Chair, Club Administration & Co-chair of 6-year
Associate Members Pilot Project 2012-2017

PP VIRGINIA ARDEN F. SY
Chair, Service Projects

CP LEONIDES S. RESPICIO

Chair, The Rotary Foundation
PP PEDRITO M. CONDENO
Chair, Public Image & Co-chair of 6-year
RI Associate Members Pilot Project 2012-17
FERNANDO M. DELGRA, JR.
Chair, Fund Generation
PP EMELINDA C. PALATTAO
Club Trainer and Chair, Livelihood
IPP EUI BONG JUNG, OMD
Chair, International Understanding
MARYLENE MARTINEZ, DDM
Chair, Health & Wellness
IN IL “David” KIM
Chair, Sports

On March 17, 2015, RCHS turned over the
repaired hand-washing facility at Holy
Spirit National High School (HSNHS) to its
principal, Mr Maximo Placio. With supervision of PP Ped Condeno, the worn-out faucets and broken tiles were replaced.
The students’ washing area had been rehabilitated and improved by RCHS in November 2012 through a District Simplified
Grant. More than two (2) years of daily
use had, however, rendered the facility
partially inoperable, necessitating replacement of worn-out or missing faucets and
broken tiles.
Present during the turn-over were President Marites Nepomuceno, PP Marcia Salvador, PP Beth Sy and Rtn Jerry Sy, as
well as Interactors led by President Resha
Avelino.

This health-protection project will benefit
4,000 students, teachers, staff and guests
of HSNHS, adopted school of RC Holy
Spirit and home to the Interact Club of Holy
Spirit National High School.

BABES M. BACULA
ARMELIA OXALES BAGAIN
CAROLINE K. BARCINAL
MA. PERPETUAL S. RIVERA
EMMANUEL P. SOLIDUM
JERRY SY
FERDINAND VALBUENA
ANTONIO KENT VALDERRAMA
ESTRELLA C. VALMOCINA
Associate Members (RI Pilot Program)
TYRON KIM
GEORGINA B. UBALDO
Honorary Members
PDG DANILO V. FAUSTO
EDMUND CHIU
SALVADOR VIARI
JOSE B DEL ROSARIO JR
FR STEVE TYNAN, MGL
RAMON V. BUNAG
BENJAMIN BAUTISTA
ROGELIO D. BELLEZA, MD
AG Roland Portes
AGR Demetrio Aquino

MARCH is Literacy Month
in Rotary

The United Nations has designated March 22 each year as WORLD WATER
DAY. RC Holy Spirit celebrated this day with this simple hand-washing facility. Click here to view how Rotary International marked the special day.

Regular Oriental medical mission provides relief to 82 indigent patients in
Payatas dumpsite area last Sunday, 22 March 2015

IPP Dr Eui Bong Jung and Korean youth volunteers of
the Sion Medical Mission Center attended to the needs
of patients needing relief from minor ailments.

members of the Sion Oriental Medical Mission Center
and staff members of the “Beautiful Church” were on
hand to assist Dr Bong.

After the check-up and consultations with IPP Dr Bong,
82 patients who complained of ailments like cough and
colds, were given herbal medicines and vitamins. Youth

Michelle Mae Estenzo, an officer of the Rotaract Club of
Holy Spirit, assisted Dr Bong and the patients

RC Holy Spirit organizes blood-letting activity II with QC Red Cross, 21 March
As sequel to the Dugo Ko, Buhay Mo blood-letting activity last 22
November when 25 volunteer donors participated, RCHS organized
another blood-letting activity at the Quezon City Red Cross building
on 21 March 2015, While 20 donors were expected to come, only
10 made it. A total of 10x450 cc of blood was collected by Red
Cross.
The project was spearheaded by PE Angel Castro and Rtn JR Delgra.

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Rotary Club of Holy Spirit is given recognition during SPED Center’s Araw
ng Parangal Celebration, 17 March 2015
Ninety-five (95) students with special needs at the SPED Center in
Dona Juana Elementary School were feted during Recognition Day
last March 17, 2015. In this Araw ng Parangal, the students were each
recognized for special talents and achievements. BCP Marites Nepomuceno and PP Marcia Salvador assisted the school principal and
teachers in the program
RCHS was also recognized for its support and contribution to the Center’s activities and programs for School Year 2014-2015. Receiving
the Certificate of Recognition was President Marites Nepomuceno who
was accompanied by PP Marcia Salvador. Also given recognition
were the teachers and parents who gave their wholehearted support in
the attainment of the Center’s objectives.
Following the ceremonies, Pres Marites and PP Marcia had a short
meeting with newly-designated principal of Dona Juana Elementary
School, Dr Alarico Ramos, together with the DepEd QC District Supervisor for SPED Mrs Serafia C. Vargas, and SPED Master Teacher Ms
Gloria Tatad.

Milk-feeding beneficiaries get special snacks during President Marites’ birthday, 17 March 2015
During the milk feeding schedule of 50 wasted Grade I
pupils of Dona Juana Elementary School on March 17,
2015, President Marites shared special snacks with the
children as part of her birthday celebration. She was
joined by PP Marcia Salvador, PP Beth Sy and Rtn
Jerry Sy.
Thereafter, discussions were had with Feeding Teacher
Ms Marilou Omaguing regarding the progress of the
feeding program which was ending the following day,
March 18. A nutritional status report was submitted by
Ms Omaguing showing the remarkable progress in the
heights and weights of the children during the 100-day
feeding program.

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Interact Club of Holy Spirit National High School elects officers for 2015-16
The Interact Club of Holy Spirit National High School has elected the set of officers that would serve during Rotary
Year 2015-2016. These are:
President
President-elect
Vice President
Secretary
Treasurer
Auditor
Peace Officer
Public Information Officers
Business Manager

Jannelle Larbio
Richee Rein Fernandez
Monique Palmiano
Nicole Zabala
Rainer James Palmiano
John Vincent Carpio
James Lanquino
Daniel Ortega
Christian Samson
Jenine Fantilagan

Committee Chairs:
Finance
Club Administration
Membership
Service Projects
International Understanding

Rozenne Bonayon
Ivy Hernandez
Jaemina Parallag
Arleth Villocero
Rose Marie Canonaso

Last 19 March 2015, the incoming officers met with Youth Service Chair PP Marcia Salvador to introduce themselves
and present their main thrust for the RY 2015-2016, foremost of which is to work together on programs and projects
with the school’s SSG (Supreme Student Government) since most of the Interact officers are also SSG officers.
The group also discussed the potential effects of the K-to-12 school system on Interact club membership starting next
year when there would be no class graduation and when the 4-track academic specialization system will be rolled out.

Interactors distribute fresh milk packs for indigent children living around their school, 18 March 2015
Report by President Resha Avelino. Last
March 18, 2015 Interactors of the Interact Club
of Holy Spirit National High School went around
the community to distribute the 50 packs of
fresh Carabao milk provided by RC Holy Spirit.
It turned out very well. We fed 50 children from
different streets surrounding our school.

One of the recipients was a 10-year old boy
peddling donuts in the streets. When we offered
him milk he smiled and said, "Pampalaks po ba
ito? Hindi po ako tumatanggi sa biyaya lalo na
malayo pa po ang lalakarin ko." The Interactors
were touched by the response of the kid.

YOUTH LEADERS DEVELOPMENT
At the Rotary Club of Holy Spirit D3780 INTERACT IS
THE BEGINNING.
Soon after the Interact Club of Holy Spirit National
High School was formed in 2009, its officers and members immediately underwent training and immersion in
providing hands-on service through school projects and
those initiated by RC Holy Spirit. After graduating from
high school in 2010, the former Interactors organized the
Rotaract Club of Holy Spirit so that they could continue
providing service above self, a mind-set and passion they
had developed during Interact days.
Since then, the development chain for youth service partners of Holy Spirit has been defined, from Interact to Rotaract and hopefully soon, to “Associate Member” and
eventually active memberD3780
of Rotary.
Website

Even as they participate in youth trainings, fellowship
events and talent contests organized by the district and
by the club, the Interactors and Rotaractors of Holy Spirit
consistently demonstrate in the many community service
projects completed jointly with the Rotary club, what they
always do best: RENDER SERVICE ABOVE SELF FOR
THE COMMUNITY.
The Rotaractors and Interactors have participated in this
year’s major, high-visibility community service projects of
RC Holy Spirit including anti-dengue awareness & spraying campaigns, drug-abuse/HIV-AIDS prevention forum,
anti-rabies dog vaccinations, blood-letting, regular Oriental medical missions, large-scale annual medical-dentaldiagnostic missions with SM Foundation, local dental mission, gift-giving & feeding programs, disaster relief distribution, and national chess tournamentWatch
to develop
sportsTHE HISTORY
manship & enhance Rotary image.

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RC Holy Spirit joins District-wide anti-rabies dog-vaccination campaign in Barangay UP Quezon City, 14 March 2015

Pictures are from Facebook post by RC New Manila QC. Thanks, BCP Cynthia.

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This page of The Dove e-bulletin serves as home page
of the “virtual website” of
ROTARY CLUB OF HOLY SPIRIT
Rotary International District 3780
Officers &
Chairmen

Members

About the
Club

Service
Projects

Gallery

What is
Rotary?

Club
Bulletin

Noted human resource management & organization development expert Prof. Bobbie Laguitao
lauds Rotaractors of Holy Spirit for the way they commemorated World Rotaract Week
Dear RCHS President Marites L. Nepomuceno:

Congratulations to the Rotary Club of Holy Spirit for having such an active
Rotaract Program!
As I read your March 2015 issue of The Dove Newsletter this morning, I cannot help
but write you this short note, in a rather unconventional way.
“My praises to your Rotaractors for having participated in a round of worthy
services: Milk Feeding, Clean Up Drive, Career Coaching, and Palarong Pinoy.
I commend your hardworking Youth Service Chair, PP Marcia C. Salvador for
her dedication. True leaders grow leaders! My „hats-off‟ to editor Ric Salvador,
whose job is not easy...weekly edition of The Dove! He is a rare Gem! “Been there,
done that,” like Ric, I was Editor (for GML and our PMAP Magazine) for some years.”
Keep the “Fire in the Belly” burning! More power to the Officers and Members of the
RC of Holy Spirit!
Yours truly,
PP Bobbie Co-Laguitao
Loving President, RC Cubao-Kamias D3780
Ms Bobbie Co-Laguitao heads a management consulting firm specializing in Human Resources Management and Organization Development. Prof. Bobbie is an active member and has served as Vice
President of the People Management Association of the Philippines (PMAP), a nationwide professional organization of over 1,800 corporations and individual executives founded 50 years ago.
In Rotary, Prof. Bobbie served as President of the Rotary Club of Cubao-Kamias in RY 2002-03.
Bobbie, RC Holy Spirit thanks you sincerely for the inspiring message.
RC Holy Spirit is on . .

D3780
Website

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District Information: Follow-on reminder to Best Class Presidents
about status of mandated Rotary magazine subscriptions & payments
This is a reminder to all Best Class Presidents to review the status of the Rotary magazine subscriptions of their respective clubs.
As you know, subscription by members to The Rotarian (TR) or the Philippine Rotary Magazine (PRM) is one of the requirements
before a club may be considered “functioning” under the May 2015 Rotary Code of Policies and 2013 Manual of Procedure.
Kindly open the file, D3780 Status of Magazine Subscriptions & Payments as of March 20, 2015, by clicking this link. Please contact Mr Nelson Lluz, Office Manager of PRM, Tel nos.: (632) 416-3800 / 332-5729 or Mobile no.: 0916-478-6570, if you have
questions or find any discrepancy.
The status report of the PRM office raises “red flags”: According to PRM, of the 100 clubs in D3780, there are 24 clubs with no
subscriptions to Philippine Rotary Magazine or The Rotarian, and 23 other clubs that are grossly under-subscribed, as follows:

Clubs with no subscription to either Philippine Rotary or The Rotarian
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

Araneta
Broadway
Camp Crame
Camp Karingal
Congressional
Cosmopolitan Timog
Greater Midtown Cubao
Kamuning Central
Kamuning West
Katipunan
Masambong
New Payatas

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14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24

North Triangle
Novaliches
Novaliches East
Pag-asa
Philam
Quezon City Circle
Quezon City Royale
South Triangle
St. Ignatius
Sta. Mesa
Talipapa
Uptown Novaliches

Note: RCs Novaliches East and Philam have already been terminated by RI

Clubs with 50% or more under-subscription to Philippine Rotary or
The Rotarian
1. Balintawak
2. Camp Panopio
3. Cubao Business Center
4. Cubao East
5. Cubao South
6. Diliman
7. Diliman Silangan
8. Kamuning
9. Kamuning East
10. Metro Eastwood
11. New Manila East
12. North Edsa

13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.

Paraiso
Prima Vida Cubao
Quezon City Southwest
Quezon City Pearl of the Orient
Roosevelt
Roxas
San Francisco del Monte
Timog QC
University District
Valencia
West Fairview

Kindly update your subscriptions with PRM or TR before March 31, 2015 as stipulated by my co-DGR to PRM DCOS Jesse
Tanchanco in an earlier email reminder.

Non-subscribing Rotarians and clubs adversely affect D3780 performance and our image as a district in
Philippine Rotary. The level of compliance by districts to required Rotary magazine subscriptions is always
discussed during regular meetings of DGRs and PRM directors from all 10 districts.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Ric Salvador
D3780 Co-DGR to PRM with DCOS Jesse Tanchanco
Ry 2014-15

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Rotary Information - MARCH MESSAGES FROM ROTARY LEADERS

RI President’s March 2015 Message

Foundation Chairman’s March 2015 Message
Now that the first year of the new grant
model has been completed, it's time to see
how it's working. One of the most positive
outcomes is that more clubs and districts
have banded together to implement larger,
more sustainable projects. Our Rotary
Foundation funded 488 district grants worth
a total of $23.5 million and 868 global
grants worth $47.3 million.

In Rotary, we have the opportunity to build
bonds of friendship with fellow Rotarians
around the world. And once a year, at our
international convention, we have the chance
to get together with all of our Rotary friends,
to share new ideas, plan new service, and
just have fun.
What better way to celebrate the end of the
2014-15 Rotary year, and Light Up Rotary
with your friends, than to travel together to
the 106th annual Rotary International Convention in São Paulo,
Brazil? Whether you have never been to a convention before or
are an experienced convention goer, this will be one you won't
want to miss. Preregistration pricing ends on 31 March, so plan
now for the biggest Rotary party of the year.
The convention will begin on Saturday, 6 June, and after the
opening ceremony there will be a traditional Brazilian Carnival
party and a Samba School Parade at the Anhembi Sambadrome. Even if you think you have no rhythm or can't carry a
tune, you will find yourself dancing, singing, and laughing all
night long. The party and parade will feature the bright colors,
feathers, and sequins of Carnival costumes as well as the sights
and sounds of samba, the Afro-Brazilian music and dance, and
the delicious food and drinks of São Paulo.
On Monday night, Ivete Sangalo, winner of two Latin Grammy
Awards, will entertain Rotarians. And every evening of the convention, Rotary Restaurant Nights will let you enjoy discounts in
the culinary capital of Latin America. Savor fish from the Amazon, sushi with a Latin flair, Brazilian beef, and other offerings
from some of São Paulo's 30,000 restaurants and bars. Admission to several museums in São Paulo, including the excellent
soccer museum, will also be free with your convention badge.
Brazil reflects a diversity almost as great as Rotary's Paulistanos, as the people of São Paulo are known, have
created a lively culture with influences from all over the world.
One of the highlights of any Rotary convention is always hospitality night, where you can get to know local Rotarians. Monday
night is your chance to experience the paulistano lifestyle with
the Rotarians of Brazil – but be sure to book early, as numbers
are limited.
In Rotary, service and friendship go hand in hand. As you focus
on the work of this Rotary year, I ask you not to lose sight of the
importance of international friendship, and to register for the São
Paulo convention now, at www.riconvention.org.

Gary C. K.

Huang

President 2014-15
Rotary International

The Trustees are mindful of their fiduciary
duty to ensure that Foundation funds are spent wisely. To help
achieve this, clubs and districts have the support of The Rotary
Foundation Cadre of Technical Advisers. These are Rotarian
volunteers who have been vetted as specialists in one or more
areas of focus, or in financial audits. Last year, on behalf of the
Trustees, these volunteers carried out more than 153 assignments. Forty-four were technical (desk) reviews prior to funding
approval, and 68 were mandatory on-site screenings for larger
projects, either before approval or during the projects' implementation. The cadre also conducted 41 audits of projects and
districts.
We have learned that some sponsors of global grants have
struggled with needs assessments, sustainability, and monitoring and evaluation. This is where the cadre can be of practical
assistance, so its members have been asked to increase their
availability to grant sponsors from the start of the application
process. Clubs and districts that sponsor grants can access this
assistance by contacting their regional grants officer.
We are looking to add volunteers to our cadre in all areas of
focus and in auditing. If you are interested in joining,
email cadre@rotary.org for more information.
The aim of the Trustees is to make the new grant model as
user-friendly as possible to clubs and districts.

John Kenny
Foundation Trustee Chair
ROTARY GRANTS

The Rotary Foundation
offers grants that support a wide variety of
projects, scholarships,
and training that Rotarians are doing
around the world. Explore the grant types
and find one that’s
right for your project.

Grant application tool
District grants
Global grants
Qualification
Grant process
Grant activities
Grants travel request
Original Foundation
grants
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ROTARY'S WHEEL EMBLEM
Historic Wheels
Other Wheels
Fun
Trademarks
Violations
Why so many cogs?
Rotary Membership Pin History

ROTARY'S WHEEL EMBLEM
A wheel has been the symbol of Rotary since our earliest days. The first design
was made by Chicago Rotarian Montague Bear, an engraver who drew a simple wagon wheel, with a few lines to show dust and motion. The wheel was
said to illustrate "Civilization and Movement." Most of the early clubs had some
form of wagon wheel on their publications and letterheads. Finally, in 1922, it
was decided that all Rotary clubs should adopt a single design as the exclusive
emblem of Rotarians. Thus, in 1923, the present gear wheel, with 24 cogs and
six spokes was adopted by the "Rotary International Association." A group of
engineers advised that the geared wheel was mechanically unsound and
would not work without a "keyway" in the center of the gear to attach it to a
power shaft. So, in 1923 the keyway was added and the design which we now
know was formally adopted as the official Rotary International emblem. http://www.icufr.org/abc/abc01.htm

This page of this eBulletin is best viewed online.

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Principles that Guide Rotary
The Object of Rotary

The Four-Way Test

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 particular, to encourage and foster:

Of the things we think, say or do

FIRST. The development of acquaintance as an opportunity for service;
SECOND. High 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 personal, 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.

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.

5 Avenues of Service
Based on Object of Rotary, the Five Avenues of Service are Rotary’s philosophical cornerstone and the foundation on which club activity is based:

Club Service focuses on strengthening fellowship and ensuring the
effective functioning of the club.
Vocational Service encourages Rotarians to serve others through their
vocations and to practice high ethical standards.

I am a Rotarian
I will always endeavor to build
GOODWILL and UNDERSTANDING
in my community,
among my countrymen
and people of all nations.

International Service encompasses actions taken to expand Rotary’s
humanitarian reach around the globe and to promote world understanding & peace.

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.

Youth Service recognizes the positive change implemented by youth
and young adults through leadership development activities, service
projects, and exchange programs.

I am a Rotarian
I will always uphold
the Rotary International Motto,

Community Service covers the projects and activities the club undertakes to improve life in its community.

SERVICE ABOVE SELF.

Rotary Code of Conduct
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 quality 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 Rotarians
8. Not seek from a fellow Rotarian a privilege or advantage not normally accorded others in a business or professional relationship

Watch songwriter Jerry Mills sing Come Join Us online by clicking on this link.

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ROTARY CLUB OF HOLY SPIRIT
Rotary International District 3780

Club Profile
Chartered on June 29, 2005

One of few truly community-based clubs in District 3780: almost all members reside or
work in and around Barangay Holy Spirit that serves both as a host community and venue
& beneficiary of most of the club’s service projects.
Vision

Become the club most admired by the communities it serves, by partners in service,
by hosts, sponsors & donors, by its members, and by others in Rotary.
Membership (January 1, 2015):

23 Active members
2 “Associate Members” under the associate member pilot program of Rotary International from RY 2011-12 through RY 2016-17. RC Holy Spirit is one of 200 clubs (out
of 34,000 Rotary clubs) selected by RI to participate in this research project.
8 Honorary members
Partners in service:

Interact Club of Holy Spirit National High School (est. 2009-10)
Rotaract Club of Holy Spirit (est. 2010-11)
Rotaract Club of Central Institute of Technology (est. 2014-15)
Rotary Community Corps of Kaligtasan (est. 2012-13)
Sister clubs:

RC Marikina North D3800 (from 2010-11)
Rotary Club of Sae Gwangju D3710 Korea (from 2013-14)
The club publishes The Dove, web-linked e-bulletin that provides ready online access to
hundreds of pages of Rotary information, news and entertainment and that now serves as
portal to the virtual website of the Rotary Club of Holy Spirit.
THE DOVE is distributed by email to over 1,000 addresses, including some officers and staff of
Rotary International. It is also posted on social media channels like Facebook and Scribd.com.
The publication is edited by IPP Marcia Salvador and Ric Salvador.

Registered as a non-stock, non-profit corporation with the Securities & Exchange Commission – ROTARY CLUB OF HOLY SPIRIT, INC. with a corporate life of 50 years.
RC Holy Spirit meets every Tuesday, 7-9 PM at the clubhouse of Don Antonio Heights Homeowners Association in Don Antonio Heights, Holy Spirit, QC.
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Reminder for Lovers of Perfection:

Relax. There’s “delight in disorder.”

About THE DOVE
THE DOVE is the official newsletter of
the Rotary Club of Holy Spirit, Rotary
International District 3780.
The digital publication features
“hyperlinks or web-links” which make it
a true e-newsletter/e-bulletin.
Distribution:
 PDF version sent by email to
nearly 1,000 addressees, Rotarians and non-Rotarians in the club,
in the district, in Philippine Rotary
and outside.
 Posted on social media networks
and groups
 Printed copies for meetings
First issue of THE DOVE: 4 June 2009
(Vol I, No. 1)
Editorial team:
 Marcia Salvador - Editor
 Ric Salvador - Asst Editor
 Contributors
Address: Don Antonio Clubhouse,
Holy Spirit Drive, Quezon City PH

Holy Spirit D3780
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