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Official News Bulletin of the Rotary Club of Holy Spirit

The Dove
August 3, 2011 Rotary Club of Holy Spirit Club No. 69935 RI District 3780 Philippines Vol. IV No. 03 Officers and Members
RY 2011-12 (Click for Resumes) PEDRITO M. CONDENO
President ChairMembership

Rights of women and children featured in July 13 meeting


The guest speaker at the clubs regular meeting last July 13 was Ms Salvacion Shiot Pascual, noted researcher, writer, and lecturer on womens and childrens rights. Shiot spoke lengthily about Republic Act No 9262 otherwise known as the Anti-Violence Against Women and Children Act of 2004. The act underscores the need to protect the family and its members especially women and children against violence and threats to their personal safety and security. Shiot cited disturbing true-to-life cases of violence where women and children suffered from physical/sexual violence, psychological/emotional harm, and economic/financial abuse. The discussions were made even more informative as former barangay chair Rtn Neneng Valmocina related actual cases of violence against women and children happening within our own community. Among those present during the meeting was AG Rose Imperial who expressed interest in inviting Shiot to assist in her clubs outreach programs in Loyola Heights.

IPP DIOGENES S. OSABEL

Vice President & ChairNetworking

FERNANDO M DELGRA JR
Secretary & ChairNew Generation

MARCIA C SALVADOR
Treasurer

PP ROGELIO B BELLEZA, MD LOWELL B CUSTODIO

Auditor & ChairHealth & Wellness Sergeant-at-Arms & ChairRotaract

PP EMELINDA C PALATTAO RICARDO P SALVADOR


President-Elect Chair Club Administration

Club Trainor & ChairService Projects

MARYLENE MARTINEZ, DDM CP LEONIDES S RESPICIO EUI BONG JUNG, OMD


Chair PR & Asst ChairMembership Chair The Rotary Foundation

PERPETUAL S. RIVERA
ChairFund Generation

More than 40 Rotary clubs are joining RCHS in book-giving project


Over 40 clubs in the district will be partnering with RC Holy Spirit in the distribution of books from the SM Foundation to public elementary schools and high schools nominated by the partner clubs. This project represents a component of the literacy improvement initiatives of SM Foundation and the individual clubs. To-date, a total of 72 high schools and elementary schools have been nominated by the participating clubs. Mr Bob Navida, SM Foundations Project Manager for Outreach Programs, said that the foundation is prepared to cover up to 100 schools that may be nominated by RCHS and its partner organizations. The turn-over ceremony will be scheduled as soon as SM Foundation completes the transfer of the books from its warehouse in Manila to SM City Fairview.
AG/PP Linda, Treas Marcia and SP Ped pose with part of 1500 volumes from SM Foundation that have been turned over to 5 beneficiary schools in early July.

IN IL David KIM
ChairSports & MemberFund Gen

AIDA E LORENZO

Asst ChairService Projects

FERDINAND VALBUENA
PN & Asst ChairSports

JONG MYEONG KIM


Asst ChairTRF & MemberFund Gen

JOCELYN M FLORES ANGEL E. CASTRO WINNIE MAE U LEONOR EMMANUEL P. SOLIDUM ANTONIO KENT VALDERRAMA ESTRELLA C VALMOCINA Honorary Members
PDG DANILO V. FAUSTO AG EDMUND CHIU PDS SALVADOR VIARI JOSE B DEL ROSARIO JR FR STEVE TYNAN, MGL

The FOUR-WAY TEST of the Things We Think, Say and Do


Is it the TRUTH? Is it FAIR to all concerned? Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS? Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?

New Rotarian is sworn in to reach within to embrace humanity

RC Holy Spirit inducted its newest member, Angel Escalona Castro of Isidora Hills, Bgy Holy Spirit, last July 13, 2011. Angel obtained a civil engineering degree from the University of Sto Tomas and a sanitary engineering degree from National University. Engr Angel is owner/general manager of Anesca Construction Design & Management Services company. Photos L-R: Club Admin Chair Ric Salvador reading the charge sheet that explained to Angel the responsibilities and benefits of membership in Rotary; President Ped Condeno administering the oath of membership to Angel with sponsor AG/PP as witness; and Angel posing with Pres Ped, AG Rose Imperial, and PP Linda Palattao.

New associate member is sworn in to likewise reach within to embrace humanity


Ms Babes M. Bacula of Filinvest 2 Homes was inducted last July 13, 2011 as associate member of RC Holy Spirit under the associate member pilot program of Rotary International of which RCHS is an authorized participating club. Babes obtained her BSBA major in MIS degree from AMACC. She is presently branch manager of AVIDA Sales Corp. engaged in real estate sales. She has in the past assisted the club in a number of medical-dental mission projects. The membership of Babes is sponsored by PP Dr Belleza

Visit of Rotarians from Korea to establish sisterhood is confirmed


Officers of RC Seoul Onnuri will be visiting in Manila from August 25 to August 29. Aside from the fellowship and social aspects, the substantive part of the visit will include:

Visit to the Dona Juana Elementary School and its SPED department, and the Holy Spirit National High School on August 26 at 2:00 PM Establishment of sister club relationship at 7:00 PM in the course of the Governors Visit to RCHS on August 27. RC Seoul Onnuri was chartered by RI in 2004 while RC Holy Spirit was chartered in 2005.

Dr Bong initiated contact with RC Onnuri during his visit to Seoul in April. In the photo at right are President Ho Lee of RC Seoul Onnuri ; District Governor Park; Dr Bong of RC Holy Spirit; CP of RC Seoul Onnuri and Special Governors Representative (RY 2010-11); and the President of RC Seoul Backsang.

RI Presidents August 2011 Message


My dear brothers and sisters in Rotary, There is an old saying in India: When you help your neighbors boat across the water, you find that your own has reached the shore. By helping others, we often find that we have helped ourselves as well. Each of us came to Rotary to serve and found the joys and satisfactions of friendship and fellowship. In August, the month we dedicate to membership and development, we focus on spreading the message of Rotary. By serving well, without hiding our Rotary light under the proverbial bushel, we find ourselves closer to our own goal: a stronger, more vibrant Rotary for generations to come. Public image and membership go hand in hand. Too many people intelligent, educated, involved people simply have no idea what Rotary is. This is something we need to confront. We have heard again and again about communities where, despite all the good work that Rotary clubs do, many people are unaware that those clubs even exist. This is not the way forward for our organization. Serving well is the essential first step but it is only the beginning. We have to raise our profile with all the tools that are available to us, and there are more tools today than there ever were. We have to use social media such as Twitter and Facebook, and we have to be sure our clubs have an online presence. Having a website is not enough; it must be up to date, it must be appealing, it must reflect the work we are doing. And it must offer a way for prospective members, once they see what we do and become interested, to take the next step. Rotary has so much to offer. It is up to us to let others know what a fantastic organization we have, and to show people how they can integrate Rotary into their lives. Service does require time, and time is something nobody has enough of these days. So we need to ensure that all the time we spend with Rotary is worthwhile that it is rewarding and never wasted. When we reach within ourselves and our clubs, when we learn what we are capable of and harness that power, we will elevate our communities as never before and elevate Rotary as well. Kalyan Banerjee - President, Rotary International

Rotary clubs join hands in book-giving project


Over 40 clubs in District 3780 have joined together to work with project sponsor SM Foundation to help ensure that books from the foundation are distributed to needy public schools nominated by the participating clubs in accordance with their respective literacy programs. The initial list below includes first 33 clubs that have signed up. The compete list of partner clubs shall be reported in the next issue of this bulletin.
1. RC New Manila Heights 2. RC New Manila Quezon City 3. RC Paraiso 4. RC Midtown Quezon City 5. RC Cubao Central 6. RC Neopolitan Fairview 7. RC Pag-asa 8. RC Metro Diliman 9. RC North Balintawak 10. RC Biak na Bato 11. RC Bagong Silangan 12. RC Kagitingang Cubao 13. RC St. Ignatius 14. RC Sta. Mesa Heights 15. RC New Manila East 16. RC VisMin 17. RC Kamuning East 18. RC Loyola Heights 19. RC Batasan Hills 20. RC Roces 21. RC Timog 22. RC Camp Aguinaldo 23. RC Camp Karingal 24. RC Malaya 25. RC Roxas 26. RC Quezon City Southeast 27. RC Capitol Hills 28. RC Cubao South 29. RC Cubao Business Center 30. RC Agham 31. RC University District 32. RC Eastwood 33. RC Holy Spirit

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Program for August 3, 2011 Meeting


Night Chair PE Marlene Martinez, DDM

Oriental medical missions continue


TRF Chair Dr Bong and volunteer Korean doctors continue to provide relief to patients in depressed communities: July 10 in Payatas for 30 patients July 17 in Montalban for 110 patients Free consultation, acupuncture, medicines, food and vitamins were given during the missions.

7:00 7:45 PM Assembly-Dinner-Fellowship Call to Order Pres Ped Condeno Invocation PP Dr Roger Belleza National Anthem Associate Babes Bacula Rotarians Pledge Rtn Nonoy Solidum Agenda Assignments of new members & associate members Visit of RC Onnuri Seoul Fund raising through ads in souvenir program Governors Visit on Aug 27 Book-giving project Other service projects in the pipeline Distas for Interact clubsAug 6 Other matters Updates on district events Chair Ric Salvador Presidents Time Adjournment Pres Ped Condeno Pres Ped Condeno

Life is an exciting business, and most exciting when it is lived for others. Helen Keller
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How to Get In Touch With Us

Pres Ped Condeno 0917-880-2145; pmcengr@yahoo.com Help Desk: Club Admin Ric Salvador 0919-361-6406; ric.salvador2011@yahoo.com Mail address: 33 Don Carlos St., Don Antonio Heights, QC Club meets every Wednesday, 7:00 PM at the Multi-Purpose Bldg of St Benedict in DAHHA Park Complex

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The Dove, Weekly Bulletin of the Rotary Club of Holy Spirit, is published by the Administration Committee of the club. Printed copies are distributed to club members during meetings while the digital e-bulletin version is e-mailed to members & friends, to donors, to selected District 3780 officers, to most of the 92 district club presidents who have known e-mail accounts, and to selected RI offices. Current editors are Dir Ric and Treasurer Marcia Salvador with email at ric.salvador2011@yahoo.com.

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