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                          Rotary Youth Leadership Awards 2010

          “Dedication, passion, and love describe...
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     ROTARACT CLUB OF DADRI CITY
    Club organised a meeting and was disc...
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            Just Jotting
        “ Another fresh new year is here . . .
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                          MONTHLY MOSAIC




 TOGETHER WE CAN,
 TOGETHER WE WILL

  Join the race against
 HIV/...
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  1. 1. DECEMBER 2010 VOL. # ONE ISSUE #6 ROTARACT DISTRICT 3010 SHOWCASE ROTARY YOUTH LEADERSHIP AWARDS 2010 For those who are unaware of what RYLA is - RYLA stands for Rotary Youth Leadership In this issue Awards. It is an annual event focussed on youth - Interactors and Rotaractors. A lot of SUBHEAD. SUBHEAD. SUBHEAD. activities including seminars on professional and personal development, cultural programs,  RYLA …Page 2 debates, interaction with Rotarians from all across the district is a part of it. RYLA 2010  DDR’s Desk …Page3 was held on 25-26 December 2010 at Moti Lal Nehru School of Sports , Rai , Sonepat. The event was hosted by Rotary Club of Sonepat Midtown.  Club Cognizance …Page 4  Points To Ponder ...Page 7  Just Jotting …Page 8  Monthly Mosaic …Page 9  Rotary International News ...Page 10 Rotary Youth Leadership Awards 2010 hosted by Rotary Club of Sonepat Midtown. Through this platform of RYLA, we got opportunities to learn, explore our talents and have fun. Staying a night in their facility in itself is a lot of fun and took us back to the good old school days when we use to go on school-organised outstation trips. It is a great opportunity for all of us to be a part of it and learn & have fun. RYLA 2010 comprised of various events ranging from cultural to educational and spiritual. The two-day extravaganza was an awesome experience for more than 150 Rotaractors , Interactors and Rotarians who attended. For more details turn to page 2. Stay Connected !!!!! Facebook Group:**Rotaract District 3010** www.rotaractdistrict3010.com
  2. 2. Page 2 Rotary Youth Leadership Awards 2010 “Dedication, passion, and love describe the heart of RYLA, a most remarkable investment that assures Rotary's future. ” On 25th Dec, the event started with an inaugural session, which was followed by three sessions on  Carreer Options,  Drug and alcohol addiction  Human relationships (by the Director of ATS infrastructures). Dinner was followed by a talent night, full of entertaining performances by some of the participants. A special JAM session was organized at the end of the day. Next day, there was an early morning yoga session. After the breakfast a series of sessions took place namely,  Time management and leadership.  Positivism about India.  A motivating session by MNSS principal and director. RYLA was concluded by a Valedictory Ceremony, where awards and gifts were distributed to Rotarians and the winners of the talent night. A certificate and a kit were given to all the participants. Overall the event was a great success. The management team must be congratulated for their efforts in making RYLA 2010 a memorable event. Rotaract…. . . the future of Rotary . . .
  3. 3. Page 3 From The DRR’s Desk Dear Friends, THE FOUR WAY TEST Warm Rotaract Greeting to all of you. Wish you and your family a very happy and prosperous New Year. Of the things we think, say or do… 1. Is it the TRUTH? December has truly been an eventful month for our district. First we all participated in Walk for Blood organized by Rotary Blood bank and worked selflessly in executing the event for the noble cause. 2. Is it FAIR to all Then we participated in huge numbers in RYLA on 25th and 26th December. I would concerned? like to thank our Rotarians to organize RYLA for us every year. Special thanks to all 3. Will it build GOODWILL the host club – Rotary club of Sonepat Midtown who organized such an amazing and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS? event for us with best of the speakers , food and entertainment. RYLA this year was very special as we observed bonding of love, care and affection between the 4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to interactors and rotaractors. We all together really made a difference . I want to thank all concerned? and acknowledge all the rotaractors who actively participated in RYLA. Rtr. Himanshu from Delhi Akash and Rtr. Nishtha from SGGSCC college went a step ahead and took complete responsibility of managing the event and the participants. We need more leaders like these in our district who take initiatives and work Service Above Self selflessly for the society. ROTASIA , a multi district event being organized by District 3131 is our next agenda. 22 rotaractors from our district are participating in ROTASIA this year. Participation in Multi-district events like these is not seen in past few years. We wish to interact with rotaractors from whole of South-east Asia and share our views , Rotary International Theme projects with them. We just want to say that we are coming back with BANG For 2010- 2011 Best of Luck!! Rtr. Manik Gupta DRR Dist. 3010 – Learning Through Fellowship Rotaract District 3010 Theme For 2010-2011 Rtr.Manik Gupta, DRR 2010-11
  4. 4. Page 4 CLUB COGNIZANCE ROTARACT CLUB OF DELHI SOUTH  On 20th December 2010, assisted the Rotarians in the distribution of 3 wheel chairs to the physically challenged people.  On 19th December 2010 we also conducted the distribution of clothes distribution at Palam Village, New Delhi.  A polio camp was organised at Madrassi camp, near Nizammuddin railway station on December 19th 2010.  Rotaract Club of Delhi South participated in the “Walk for blood” organised by the Rotary blood bank on 5th December 2010 at Rajpath Dental Camp by RC DELHI SOUTH ROTARACT CLUB OF IILM  95 volunteers participated in District event – Walk for blood on 5th dec., 2010. One core committee member also included in list.  5 member has being registered for RYLA on 25-26 dec. 2010  President and core committee participated in meeting for walk for blood at India International center Lodhi road on 2 dec, 2010. Walk for Blood, RC IILM ROTARACT CLUB OF DELHI NORTH  On the 12th there was a meeting at ccd cp about the team of the next DAC team with the DRR elect Vir Philip.  On the 24th of december 3 rotractors from the club attended RYLA program in Sonipat Kundli.
  5. 5. Page 5 CLUB COGNIZANCE ROTARACT CLUB OF DADRI CITY  Club organised a meeting and was discussed about “WALK FOR BLOOD” and sweater distribution.  Nine members of Rotaract club of Dadri city paricipated in “WALK FOR BLOOD” Rajpath, Delhi.  Rotaract club of Dadri city “DISTRIBUTED APROX 580 SWEATERS” in four goverment schools.  EIGHT MEMBERS of Rotaract club of Dadri city participated in “RYLA”.  ROTARACT CLUB OF ASET RC Dadri City, Warm Clothes Distribution  An e-campaign was launched on 01 December 2010 by RC-ASET to augment awareness amongst the youth about the lethal disease. The students created a PowerPoint presentation wherein the various facts related to this disease were addressed.  A meeting was conducted at Annexe auditorium in Indian International WORLD AIDS DAY Centre, Lodhi road on 01 December 2010. The meeting was held to discuss the various issues concerning the schedule for walk for blood event. 1st December, 2010  Members from the club attended Walk For Blood organized by Rotary Blood Bank on 5 Dec. An initiative by Rotaract Club, ASET towards a healthy society… ROTARACT CLUB OF DELHI AKASH  Two rotaractors Rtr.Tarun Monga & Rtr. Himanshu Gupta took initiative to donate blankets in this harsh weather to the needy World AIDS Day Campaign , RC ASET one's in the old age home and the needy pople strving hard with the harsh climate at footpath in the night.  Rtr.Himanshu Gupta collected Rs.14000 for a cause , where Rs100000 need to be collected to support an orphange for their building fund.  The club took an initiative to provide Samvedna Institute for Special Children some equipments used in therepy of the children. They are collecting an amount of Rs.30000 and Collection is going on. ROTARACT CLUB OF HAPUR  In the first week of december RC HAPUR organized a seminar in a college to invite new members.  New members joined the club.
  6. 6. Page 6 CLUB COGNIZANCE ROTARACT CLUB OF DELHI VIVEK  The Rotaract Club of Delhi Vivek celebrated the World AIDS Day with the co-ordination of Aident – Social welfare organization and Community People of Trilokpuri, New Ashok Nagar, Khichripur and kalyanpuri to visited -“Red Ribbon Express” at the Safdarjung Railway Station,Delhi.  The Rotaract Club of Delhi Vivek has celebrated the World Human Rights Day on 10 December-10 with the co -ordination of SBS Foundation . The programme was held at the J J Slum area, Majboor nagar, Mandawali, Delhi.  The Rotaract Club of Delhi Vivek has organized the “HIV/AIDS Awareness Campaign Programme- “Zindagi Zeo Haq Se..1 ” as per decided on last RRE visit, December-10 with the co -ordination of Mahila Vikas Society & SBS Foundation.  On the occasion of world disability day 3rd Dec. 2010 a painting World AIDS Day, RC Delhi Vivek competition for Disabled children was organized by JMS Savadar Samiti Sansthan and Rotaract Club of Delhi Vivek. ROTARACT CLUB OF DELHI RIVERSIDE  The Rotaractors celebrated Christmas and New years with our sponsoring Rotary Club “Rotary Club of Delhi Riverside” on 29th December 2010 at Riverside Club, Mayur Vihar.  One of the rotaractors organised a House party for rotaractors on new year’s eve.  The club participated in the “walk for blood” campaign. Rotaractor Aditi Kohli and Devyani Bansal attended the campaign. ROTARACT CLUB OF NSIT REGENCY  51 Members From NSIT Rotaract Club participated in Walk for blood campaign, organized by Delhi Rotary on December-5  7 Members From NSIT Rotaract Club participated in RYLA-2010 held on 25-26th December, held at Sonepat.  NSIT Rotaract Club celebrated Christmas Day with Slum kids at Dwarka, a small event was organized at Dwarka Sector-17.  NSIT Rotaract along with IVolunteer organized a 3 day event from 24-26th December , the events included fun time with kids at Udyam Prayas, cleaniness Drive, Interactive session with kids at Umeed Home, Mehrauli.  3 members of the club visited NGO Saksham to interact with the kids and also taught them for some time. RC NSIT Regency , Christmas Day celebrationn
  7. 7. Page 8 Page 7 October Club Performance Clubs Of The Month 2500 2000 1500 Points To Ponder 1000 500 October Club 0 Performance Here’s a tally of points awarded to the IILM Hapur ASET Dadri City Delhi Akash Delhi South Delhi Riverside Delhi Vivek Delhi NORTH NSIT Regency Rotaract clubs based on the projects done, participation in district events, communication level and the quality of the reports sent. Star Club Of The Month Communication with District Rotaract Club of 300 250 Delhi Vivek 200 150 100 50 0 Communication with IILM District Hapur ASET Dadri City Delhi Akash Delhi Riverside Delhi Vivek Delhi NORTH Delhi South NSIT Regency Projects Of The Month Pulse Polio Camps by Rotaract Club of Delhi Vivek and Delhi South. Total Performance Level Blanket Distribution to underprivilged - Rotaract Club of 2500 Dadri City and Delhi Akash. 2000 1500 1000 500 3 Day event by RC NSIT for Total Performance 0 underprivileged children for Level IILM Hapur ASET Dadri City Delhi Akash Delhi Riverside Delhi Vivek Delhi NORTH Delhi South NSIT Regency cleanliness drive and interactive sessions. Well Done Rotaractors . . .!!! Keep UP The Good WOrk
  8. 8. Page 8 EDITORIAL Just Jotting “ Another fresh new year is here . . . Another year to live! To banish worry, doubt, and fear, To love and laugh and give! …” Warm Rotaract greetings to all !!!! It’s a brand new year with new possibilities and new adventures. The month saw a wonderfully managed RYLA , hosted by Rotary Club of Sonepat Midtown Rtr.Jyoti Bhatt District Editor 2010-11 where Rtr.Nishtha from RC SGGSCC and Rtr.Himanshu from RC Delhi Akash did us proud by winning accolades. After a very successful RYLA , it is now time for the mega event of the year. Yes, ROTASIA 2011 is finally here. It is time for some fun in the sun at Goa. Many rotaractors from our district are participating in this Comic Corner Rotasia this time around. This is a great opportunity for all of us to learn more about Rotaractors all over the world. Despite Delhi’s chilly weather, its encouraging to see all of you working hard to help others. Truly “Service Above Self” personified. Cheers to you guys for making the Rotaract movement a success.!!!  Hope we can work together in this new year 2011 to achieve even more success in our endeavours. Take care!! With best wishes, Rtr.Jyoti Bhatt District Editor 2010-11 The only way of finding the limits of the possible is by going beyond them into the impossible.
  9. 9. Page 9 MONTHLY MOSAIC TOGETHER WE CAN, TOGETHER WE WILL Join the race against HIV/AIDS. Pass on the message. Let us UnAIDS India!!
  10. 10. Page 11 Page 10 ROTARY INTERNATIONAL NEWS Rotary names attorney John Hewko as its new top executive Rotary International News -- 12 January 2011 Rotary International has named John Hewko, an attorney with extensive international experience in both the private and public sectors, to be the global humanitarian service organization’s new top executive, serving as its general secretary. In this position, Hewko will manage more than 600 employees of Rotary International and its charitable arm, The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International. Headquartered in Evanston, Illinois, USA, with regional offices in seven countries, Rotary’s Secretariat supports the activities of more than 33,000 Rotary clubs in over 200 countries and geographical “I am delighted to be joining Rotary and honored to be able to participate in the organization’s mission to promote areas, with a combined membership of 1.2 million men and women. The world peace and understanding by addressing some of the root causes of conflict, such as poverty, hunger, disease, Rotary Foundation annually distributes over $180 million to fund a variety illiteracy, and the global water and sanitation crisis,” of educational programs and humanitarian projects throughout the Hewko said. “Rotary’s global membership of 1.2 million business and professional leaders -- supported by a world. dedicated, professional staff -- is a powerful resource that is making a meaningful global and grassroots contribution to that goal. Just look at what Rotary already has accomplished in the area of polio prevention and eradication.” Historic Moments -- RI themes E ach January, as Rotary district governors-elect convene at the International Assembly for training and fellowship, they can be certain of two things: a lot of take-home reading and the announcement of a new RI theme. The tradition of crafting a theme is credited to 1949-50 RI President Percy C. Hodgson, who outlined a list of four objectives for his term in office. Among them were the better application of the principles of vocational service and dedication to world understanding and peace through international service programs. Though Hodgson's 83-word proclamation ran substantially longer than today's shorter, punchier themes, Rotarians' desire to celebrate and support their president's annual program of service has remained the same. Other early themes include Rotary Is Hope in Action (Joaquin Serratosa Cibils, 1953- 54), Kindle the Spark Within (Nitish C. Laharry, 1962-63), and Good Will Begins with You (Ernst G. Breitholtz, 1971-72). In the decades that followed, RI presidents introduced theme logos, lapel pins, ties, and scarves. Theme ties were introduced in the 1990s, and are now given out yearly. Many have incorporated the theme for the year. The first scarves showing the RI theme were designed by 1998-99 RI President James L. Lacy and his wife, Claudine, Follow Your Rotary Dream . From what we get we make a Living ; from what we give we make a life .
  11. 11. Page 11 BITS ‘n PIECES Warm Welcome, RC HAPUR District 3010 is expanding its brood !!! We would like to welcome the Rotaract Club of Hapur into our family. Kindly add the following Rotaractors in your email list . 1 Firoz Choudhary firozchoudhary@yahoo.com 9359309332 President RC Hapur 2 Vivek Sachdeva vishalsachdeva0000@gmail.com 9634141357 Secretary RC Hapur http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=132376810117069 Rotaract is a Rotary-sponsored service club for young men and women ages 18 to 30. Rotaract clubs are either community or university based, and they’re sponsored by a local Rotary club. This makes them true "partners in service" and key members of the family of Rotary. Through the Rotaract program, young adults not only augment their knowledge and skills, but they also address the physical and social needs of their communities while promoting international understanding and peace through a framework of friendship and service. Membership starts with you! Invite friends, family and co-workers to become members of Rotaract Got A Story ? Email your creations to Jo_groove@yahoo.com before 10th February 2011 It's easy to make a buck. It's a lot tougher to make a difference.

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