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    • NOVEMBER 2010 VOL. # ONE ISSUE #5 ROTARACT DISTRICT 3010 SHOWCASE WALK FOR BLOOD In this issue In an initiative to create awareness about voluntary blood donation, a walk was organized by the Rotary Blood Bank on 5th December at Rajpath. The event saw the participation of over 300 Rotaractors, innumerable dignitaries and more than 4000 schoolchildren from 45 schools in the city. The rally was flagged off by deputy SUBHEAD.  Walk For Blood …Page 2 SUBHEAD. SUBHEAD. chairman of planning commission Montek Singh Ahluwalia. Speaking at the occasion, Ahluwalia said, " Let all healthy adults donate blood regularly and thus act as role models to the school children present today to become blood donors once they turn 18. It is our social and moral obligation as enlightened citizens."  DDR’s Desk …Page3  Club Cognizance …Page 4  Points To Ponder ...Page 8  Just Jotting …Page 9  Upcoming Attractions …Page 11  Rotary International News ...Page 13 Walking together for Blood With colorful processions of school children, students took part in demonstrations to create awareness for the importance of donating blood. The rally saw the presence of several dignitaries including CWG gold medalists Krishna Poonia, Ashwini Ponappa and Anisa Sayyed Khan. Special guests attending the event included Nafisa Ali, Sonal Mansingh and Shibana Narayan. " Blood donation is a selfless . By organising 'Walk for Blood' we hope to reach out to the young generation and to inculcate among them a sense of responsibility towards fellow human beings," said Sudarshan Agarwal, chairman of Rotary Blood Bank. It was great to see the tremendous and enthusiastic participation of rotaractors from all over the district. All of you were the backbone of the event and surely kept the Rotaract flag flying high. Rtn Dr Tejinder Singh, District Chairperson Rotary Blood Bank Committee, congratulated all participants and acknowledged their efforts. The District plans to keep working together as a family with more such events. For Details Turn to Page 2. Stay Connected !!!!! Facebook Group:**Rotaract District 3010** www.rotaractdistrict3010.com
    • Page 2 WALK FOR BLOOD “No one shall suffer in and around Delhi for want of Blood” Rotary Blood Bank, RI District 3010 organised a rally by the name of, “WALK FOR BLOOD” on a bright Sunday morning. The rally began from the Rajpath/Rafi Marg crossing at INDIA GATE to create awareness about the need to donate blood voluntarily. The Walk was aimed to make sure that no one shall suffer in and around Delhi for want of blood and to create awareness and educate all sections of society about the need to donate blood on a regular basis. The Rally was flagged off by Dr. Montek Singh Ahluwalia, Deputy Chairman Planning Commis-sion. Also present to hail the occasion were Sudarshan Agarwal, Chairman Emeritus Rotary Blood Bank and former Governor of Uttarakhand and Sikkim and O.P. Vaish, President Rotary Blood Bank & Senior advocate, Vaish Associates, Ms. Aradhana Johri JS NACO, CWG gold medalists Krishna Poonia, Ashwini Ponnappa and Anisa Sayyed-Khan and special guests including Nafisa Ali, Dr. Sonal Mansingh, Shobana Narayan, Saroja Vaid-yanathan, Rama Vaidyanathan and Dr. Isher Judge Ahluwalia. The CWG gold medal winners were felicitated by Rotary Blood Bank for supporting the cause of voluntary blood donation. Regular blood donors were also honoured for supporting saving precious lives. The walk saw participation from various Delhi schools such as Amity School, Delhi Public School, Modern School, Deepalaya, Adarsh Public School etc. and corporate organizations and colleges/institutes that regularly organize blood donation camps with Rotary Blood Bank. Dr. Montek Singh Ahluwalia addressed the participants by saying, “Let all healthy adults donate blood regularly and thus act as role models to the school children present to-day to become blood donors once they turn 18. It is our social and moral obligation as enlightened citizens.” ‖ Shri Sudarshan Agarwal expressed his aspirations by saying, “Blood donation is a selfless and divine act. By organizing 'Walk for Blood' we hope to reach out to the young generation and to inculcate among them a sense of responsibility towards fellow human beings.” The rally witnessed colourful processions by schools children. The demonstrations on blood donations by children were amazing to view that also carried messages to create awareness on the same. Rotary Blood Bank‟s blood mobile buses were also part of the procession. These air-conditioned blood mobiles are equipped with 4 donor couches and with the best facilities to professionally conduct blood donation camps. Donate Blood . . . Save Lives . . . Join Us . . . Walk For Blood
    • Page 3 From The DRR’s Desk Dear Friends, THE FOUR WAY TEST It has been an eventful month for Rotaraact district 3010. I should start with acknowledging all the clubs who have sent their club reports. All reports were Of the things we think, beautifully framed with proper project description. say or do… IDYE team of 5 rotaractors from Tamilnadu district visited us. I must thank and 1. Is it the TRUTH? acknowledge Rotaract Club of Delhi Riverisde , Delhi North and KIET Sahibabad 2. Is it FAIR to all for taking the initiative to host them like real dilliwallas. I must thank Rtr. Tarun concerned? Monga – District director International service and Rtr. Ankit Gupta –District Treasurer for putting in so much efforts in initiating and organizing this visit. We 3. Will it build GOODWILL were more than obliged to host them. We are looking forward to have more IDYE and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS? programs in future. 4. Will it be BENEFICIAL to I would like to acknowledge clubs like ASET , Dadri city , Delhi South and Delhi all concerned? Vivek for being a part of the Polio eradication drive on 14th November. You have done a remarkable job by participating in this noble cause. Last but not the least , I would like to thank and acknowledge each every rotaractor Service Above Self who participated in walk for Blood event organized by Rotary Blood bank on 5th December at Rajpath , India Gate. Presence of more than 300 Rotaractors , was remarkabale. Rotaractors were the backbone of the event and worked selflessly in organizing the 3000+ school children. A team of 250+ Rotaractors was deputed to be the different groups of children , another team for security of the VIPS and rest were running around to take care of the water and medical needs of the children. The Rotary International Theme whole atmosphere was just so energetic . Special thanks to Rotaract club of IILM ,SGGSCC and NSIT who participated in huge numbers to support for this divine For 2010- 2011 cause. The real strength of rotaract in our district could be seen on this day. Last but not the least , RYLA is around the corner on 25th-26th December at Sonepat. We wish to have the same level of participation from all clubs for this grand event. 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
    • Page 4 CLUB COGNIZANCE ROTARACT CLUB OF DELHI SOUTH  Delhi South Club participated on the “Polio Day” with full zeal. We went to Madrassi Camp, near Nizammudin Station on November 14, 2010. The Rotaractors reached the camp around early and went around the area asking the parents to bring their children to the camp to give them Polio drops. The rotaractors also went into the slums around the Nizammudin Station giving polio drops to the kids who did not turn up for the camp.  A Dental Camp was organized by Rotary Delhi South at "Cheshire Homes” on November 13, 2010.  A Dental Camp was organized by Rotary Delhi South at "Sarvodhya Kanya Vidhalaya No.2" at Indrapark, New Delhi on November 20, 2010. A mobile dental clinic (bus) came to the school with a couple of dentists and helpers. Dental Camp by RC DELHI SOUTH ROTARACT CLUB OF ASET  A week long mela was held from 26th October to 3rd November on the auspicious occasion of diwali. It was conducted by RC ASET to generate funds for the various charitable events.  On 14th November, Rotaract Club ASET organized a „PULSE POLIO CAMP‟ at Majnu Ka Tila. The Rotaractors achieved a new height in this effort by immunizing more than 400 children.  On 25th November rotaractors organized the much awaited event of the year 2010 , a Blood Donation Camp. It was for the first time that more than 150 units of blood were collected. Blood Donation Camp, RC ASET ROTARACT CLUB OF AMITY PHYSIOTHERAPY  As part of diwali project, visited a special school Okhla Centre and celebrated diwali with those children.  Apart from community it was the time for the college as well to celebrate Diwali. Rotaractors made a very beautiful rangoli and the room was decorated with the diyas all over.  It was the day of the official installation ceremony of Rotaract Club Of Amity Physiotherapy. Rtr Vir Philip(DRR ELECT) and Rtr Roopak were the guests for the ceremony. RC Amity Physiotherapy, Diwali Celebrations
    • Page 5 CLUB COGNIZANCE ROTARACT CLUB OF DADRI CITY  Rotary club Dadri & Rotaract club Dadri city members saw a Movie. It was a good endeavour to build fellwoship.  Club organised a “TREE PLANTATION” in which approx. 200 saplings were planted.  Club also organised a “POLIO CAMP” at bus stop, Dadri, in which 540 children were vaccinated. RC Dadri City, Polio Camp ROTARACT CLUB OF IILM  Organized free health checkup, medicine distribution and blanket distribution in AICHER village,Greater noida. 60 blankets were distributed. Above 100 locals were dignosed and provided medicines.  15 members were registered at district.  President Rotaract club of IILM was part of walk for blood meeting at Rotary blood bank and was selected as a part of the core team for organizing . Health Checkup Camp, RC IILM
    • Page 6 CLUB COGNIZANCE ROTARACT CLUB OF NOIDA  The month started with the Rotaractors helping their parent Rotary club to organize a talk with the well known and eminent public speaker Mr.Arindham Chaudhary. The seminar was held in Cambridge School, Noida on the 12th of November, Friday.  Another seminar was organized by Rotary Club in collaboration with the Rotaract Club on the topic: “Innovative Projects for the Rotaractors and Interactors”on 28th November Sunday at The Fortune Hotel Noida.  On the Occasion of World‟s AIDS day on December 1, rotaractors decided to create awareness about this noble yet taboo topic. We made and distribute red ribbons to people around McDonalds in sector 18 Noida. World AIDS Day, RC Noida  On 28th November Sunday, organized an ART COMPETITION in Saksham school in Nithari. ROTARACT CLUB OF DELHI RIVERSIDE  The club also had a fellowship meeting at Rotractor Ankit Gupta‟s Office on 10th November 2010 to discuss the projects for the month.  The Great Education Wall Project: This is a project undertaken by Aviva life Insurance. The organization is organizing books donation camps, which are then used for the elementary education and those unused are recycled. The club donated around 450+ books.  During the month of November, 4 Rotaractors from District of Tamil Nadu and Kerala visited delhi for IDYE program. Our Club hosted the rotractors for one day during theirstay in delhi i.e on 27th November. RC Delhi Riverside,with visiting Rotaractor ROTARACT CLUB OF SAHIBABAD KIET  Distribution of warm clothes to the poor children on the occasion of children‟s day.  Hosted the first day of IDYE with Tamilnadu and Kerala District. RC Sahibabad KIET, hosting IDYE
    • Page 7 CLUB COGNIZANCE ROTARACT CLUB OF DELHI VIVEK  Our Lives, Our Rights: Fight against HIV/AIDS Stigma & Discrimination.  Save Environment, Say no to Crackers: Two day event spreading awareness for eco-friendly Diwali.  Organized free Eye checkup camp, about 86 Patients were diagnosed and provided medicines.  Awareness & prevention of Polio Program.  Project – “Peepal-Kalpabrikccha”: Awareness on Global Warming & Save the Environment. RC Delhi Vivek ,”Utho Achhe Swasthya Ke Saath”  Project- “Utho Acchye Swasthya ke saath”: Awareness on Health & hygiene. ROTARACT CLUB OF SGGSCC  A meditation and rangoli making session was organized for all the members in Sri Guru Gobind Singh College of Commerce on November 1, Monday.  Distributed amongst the members booklets for collection of funds for „Ashran‟ orphanage.  The members of parent club, Rotary Club of New Delhi, meets every Thursday at the Ashoka hotel for interacting with each other, and all the rotractors were welcomed in this regular get-together. Meeting with parent Rotary Club, RC SGGSCC ROTARACT CLUB OF NSIT REGENCY  The Club had organized a session in the college premises, on November 7 where the seniors briefed up the 1st year students for the upcoming examinations, the last year papers and notes were also shared to all.  A community visit was planned by the students, in the slums of Dwarka just to share some joyful moments with them.  One of the Club Members, Rtr.Vishnu Chawla is working with Deepalaya on a community based project in Mayur Vihar.  Club members made an audio presentation of club‟s project for the year, that has to be presented at Rotasia. RC NSIT Regency , Community Visit
    • Page 8 October Club Performance 4000 3500 3000 2500 2000 1500 Clubs Of The Month 1000 500 October Club 0 Amity… Performance IILM ASET Dadri City SGGSCC Delhi Riverside Delhi South NSIT Regency Delhi Vivek Noida KIET Sahibabad Points To Ponder Here’s a tally of points awarded to the Rotaract clubs based on the projects done, participation in district events, communication level and the quality of Communication With District the reports sent. 300 250 Star Clubs Of The Month 200 150 Rotaract Club of 100 50 Communication with Delhi Vivek 0 District Amity… IILM ASET Dadri City SGGSCC Delhi Riverside Delhi South NSIT Regency Delhi Vivek Noida KIET Sahibabad Projects Of The Month Pulse Polio Camps by Rotaract Club of ASET ,Delhi South,Dadri City. Total Performance Level Eye Checkup camp for Underpriviledged by Rotaract Club of Delhi Vivek 4000 3500 AIDS awareness program by Rotaract 3000 Club of Noida 2500 2000 Women Empowerment awareness 1500 1000 campaign by Rotaract Club of Delhi 500 Vivek 0 Total Performance Level Amity… IILM ASET SGGSCC Dadri City Delhi Riverside NSIT Regency Delhi South Delhi Vivek Noida KIET Sahibabad Blanket Distribution to underprivilged - Rotaract Club of IILM and Sahibabad KIET Well Done Rotaractors . . .!!! Keep UP The Good WOrk
    • Page 9 EDITORIAL Just Jotting “ Together, together, together everyone Together, together, come on let's have some fun Together, were there for each other every time Together together come on let's do this right. …” Yes, together we can!!! And this is what we showed this month in the first major District event of the year. “WALK FOR BLOOD” proved to be a major success all because of your enthusiastic participation. Cheers to you guys for making this a great event. Although no major Rtr.Jyoti Bhatt District Editor 2010-11 event is devoid of minor hiccups, I‟m glad to say all participants kept our motto “Service Before Self” in mind and gave their best efforts even through inconvenient situations. Dear Rotaractors, you surely did us proud! Comic Corner After the success of “Walk For Blood”, we‟ve bonded as a District but now it is the time to meet friends from all over the world and establish international relationships. Its now time to enjoy fun and sun in Goa . Rotasia 2011 is the mega event of this Rotaract year and we hope to catch all of you there. However you‟ve disappointed us with your lack of participation in the newsletter. Guys this is your newsletter and we would love to have your articles as a part of this. So put on your thinking caps and come up with new and innovative ideas. We‟re waiting…!!!! 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.
    • Page 10 MONTHLY MOSAIC
    • Page 11 Upcoming Attractions Interested to be a part of DAC 2011-12 ?? We must look forward and prepare for the next rotary year as well. Rtr. Vir Philip, DRR Elect, will be tentatively having a meeting on December 21, 2010 in the evening. This meeting is for those who are interested to know and learn about the roles and responsibilities of the DAC team. This date and time will be confirmed only once we get maximum response that this date suits all of you. We encourage all those who would like to apply for the DAC team to please respond to this and attend this meeting. Send in your responses to : Rtr.Vir Philip <vp.rotaract@gmail.com> From what we get we make a Living ; from what we give we make a life .
    • Page 12 DONATE BLOOD FOR RTN.’KAPS’ Rtn.Kaps’ Kapur Memorial Blood Donation Camp ORGANISED BY THE ROTARY CLUB OF DELHI UPTOWN (RI DISTRICT 3010) WE WISH TO INFORM YOU THAT THE 16TH DAC Team wishes all of you. . . RTN. KAPS‟ KAPUR MEMORIAL BLOOD DONATION CAMP WILL BE HELD ON SUNDAY 19 DECEMBER ....… 2010 AT SUNDER LAL JAIN HOSPITAL FROM 11:00AM TO 2:00 PM. DO JOIN US IN REMEMBERING A TRUE ROTARIAN AND SINCERE FRIEND. LOOKING FORWARD TO MEETING YOU. RTN. DR. HARISH NAVAL PRESIDENT AND MEMBERS ROTARY CLUB OF DELHI UPTOWN SUNDAY 19 DECEMBER 2010, 11:00 AM ONWARDS SUNDER LAL JAIN HOSPITAL, ASHOK VIHAR-III, DELHI – 110 052 Every day holds the possibility of a miracle.
    • Page 13 ROTARY INTERNATIONAL NEWS Progress for Rotary's US$200 Million Challenge for polio eradication Rotary International News -- 7 December 2010 A s of 30 November, Rotarians and Rotaractors have raised about $155.3 million for Rotary's US$200 Million Challenge. These contributions will help Rotary raise $200 million to match $355 million in challenge grants received from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The resulting $555 million will directly support immunization campaigns in developing countries, where polio continues to infect and paralyze children, robbing them of their futures and compounding the hardships faced by their families. As long as polio threatens even one child anywhere in the world, children everywhere remain at risk. The stakes are that high. Read more about Rotary International's polio eradication efforts – www.rotary.org/endpolio Celebrating the Family of Rotary Rotary International News -- 7 December 2010 Y ou can see it in their faces. The joy that spills forth as Rotarians take part in service projects, locally or internationally, says volumes about why more than 1.2 million people around the globe belong to Rotary clubs and are committed to making the world a better place. Throughout the year, Rotarians have and continue to share pictures of their Rotary experience on our Family of Rotary group pool on Flickr. The above photo gallery is a sample of the more than 500 photos (and counting) that have been added to our Flickr group. See the whole collection on the Your photos page, or upload a photo of your own. Family Month celebrates the family of Rotary, which, in addition to individual Rotarians, includes all of those who are involved in Rotary's work from Rotary Foundation program alumni to participants in Rotary youth programs in thousands of communities around the world. Spouses and children of Rotarians play a vital role in Rotary too. Rotary clubs benefit immensely when they strive to achieve a balanced interaction between Rotarians and their families, enhancing home lives and family interactions.
    • Page 14 BITS ‘n PIECES GREET-O-RACTORS Rtr.Akshay Jain, The International Service Director, of R.I.D. 3131, unveiled their new project “GREETO-RACTORS “. This project involves sending greetings to all the rotaractors of the world on their Birthdays. This is the project which RID 3131 initiates in building an elephantine network of rotaractors around the globe by wishing them for their future endeavours on their birthdays. It will not only help in the wishing them but, will convene everyone to come together and celebrate the day with other thousands of rotaractors too. R.I.D. 3131 would like to have full support from all of us in this and would like to have a successful project with us all.For this we need to have information of our district rotaractors. Kindly check the following things and revert back with the details. We will require,  Name of Rotaractor and Club name which he/she belongs to.  His/Her Birth date  His/Her Email address  His/Her home mailing address We would like to urge to all the Club Leaders to kindly come up with the details of the rotaractors of your club and mail us the MS Word or Excel Sheet attachment as soon as possible. Mail the details to: Jo_groove@yahoo.com 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 January 2011 It's easy to make a buck. It's a lot tougher to make a difference.