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This is annual report of club called 'OCV Manual' of Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside. This was presented to District Governor during his Official Club Visit. This manual is for the year 2009-10 and we ...

This is annual report of club called 'OCV Manual' of Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside. This was presented to District Governor during his Official Club Visit. This manual is for the year 2009-10 and we have removed financial details and contact details from this manual. You may find interesting stuff on page 43 onwards, as all that are our club activity report and photographs.

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    Rotary club of Kalyan Riverside ocv manual 2009 10 for web Rotary club of Kalyan Riverside ocv manual 2009 10 for web Document Transcript

    • Charter Dt: 12 Dec, 2008 Club No: 81013 Dist : 3140 1st Official Club Visit of Dist. Governor Rtn. T. N. Subramanian on 20th March, 2010 Rtn. John Kenny Rtn. T. N. Subramanian R. I. President Dist. Governor Rtn. Sandip Patel Rtn. Vinod Thakkar Asst. Governor Dist. Secretary Rtn. Dinesh Pandya Rtn. Arun Yavagal Charter President Secretary
    • Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside Club name is selected based on geographical location of the city and surrounding area. Territorial Limit: Territorial limit is as per Article 3 of Club Constitution. Article 3: Locality of the Club. The locality of this club is as follows: The city of Kalyan and its surrounding area.
    • Club Charter Day: December 12, 2008
    • OBJECT OF ROTARY 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: 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, goodwill and peace through a world fellowship of business and professional persons united in the ideal of service.
    • About Us Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside is second Rotary Club in Kalyan city. Rtn Dinesh Pandya, member of Rotary Club of Kalyan, had thought to start a new club in the developing area of Kalyan City. He shared his thought with Rtn Nishikant Budhkar, President of Rotary Club of Kalyan, on his installation day. Rtn Nishikant had offered co-operation and support as Sponsor Club for this. The first organizational meeting was called on 27th July, 2008 at residence of Rtn Dinesh Pandya under leadership of Rtn Nishikant Budhkar, Rtn Dr Lalit Katkar and Rtn Sheela Sabnis. Dinesh has started inviting people for orientation and Dr Lalit Katkar delivered Rotary information during these early meetings. Soon, Rtn. PP Adv. Sandip Patel was appointed as GSR for the new club by dist-3140. In the month November, membership strength reached at 26 members. It was than decided to apply for the RI membership under leadership of Rtn Dinesh Pandya as Charter President. New Club Application Form sent to RI on 3rd December, 2008. Club Charter was approved on 12th December, 2008. On 26th January, 2009 the Club Charter was presented to Charter President Dinesh Pandya by DG Rtn Bansi Dhurandhar. Rtn Keval Vyas had served the club as Charter Secretary.
    • Proud to mention 2008-09  Received Polio Plus recognition certificate.  Received Trophy for ‘4 Avenue of Services’ for the club up to age of 5 years.  Received Runner-up Certificate for the ‘Young in Age’ club, below 50 members. 2009-10  Highest registration in Membership Seminar.  ‘Rising Star’ contest winner club in Membership Seminar. 1st & 3rd position won by Rtn. Keval Vyas and Rtn Bhadresh Shah.  Polio immunization day photo selected as ‘Featured Photo of the Month’ in RI’s Interactive New Letter of December-2009.  Supplementary publication ‘Riverside Campfire’ on The Rotary Foundation.  Support to GML by advertisement.  Maximum photo on RI’s official photo share group on ‘Flickr’.  International Fellowship membership / registration: o Rotarians On The Internate – ROTI o Rotary Global History Fellowship – RGHF ; paid member. o RI’s official group on ‘Linked-In’. o RI’s official group on ‘Face Book’. o RI’s official group on ‘Flickr’.  Net growth of 3 members after 7 New Member additions.
    • Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside TEAM 09 Charter President : Rtn. Dinesh Pandya Vice-President : Rtn. Sunil Sharma Secretary : Rtn. Arun Yavagal Treasurer : Rtn. Sachin Nagwani Sergeant At Arms : Rtn. Yogesh Kalhapure President Elect : Rtn. Sunil Sharma Membership : Rtn. Varsha Anthony Public Relations : Rtn. Navin Nakrani Club Administration : Rtn. Bhadresh Shah Medical : Rtn. Dr. Anant Ieetkar Non-Medical : Rtn. Jigish Barot Vocational : Rtn. Samir Nandi Youth Partners : Rtn. Harsukh Patel International : Rtn. Girish Bhade Rotary Foundation : Rtn. Sachin Nagwani Polio Plus : Rtn. Yogesh Kalhapure Thrust Area : Rtn. Rampal Sharma Service Projects
    • Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside CLUB COMMITTEES AS PER CLUB LEADERSHIP PLAN Year 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 President Dinesh Pandya Dinesh Pandya Sunil G Sharma Membership New Member Vinayak Raval Bhadresh Shah Chair Person Varsha S Anthony Varsha S Anthony Bhadresh Shah Sr Member Adv. R A Nair Vinayak Raval Varsha S Anthony New Member Sanket Mhaskar Keval Vyas Chair Person Navin L Nakrani Navin L Nakrani Keval Vyas Sr Member Adv L K Masand Sanket Mhaskar Navin L Nakrani New Member Harsukh Patel Harsukh Patel Chair Person Bhadresh R Shah Bhadresh R Shah Sr Member Jashwant Upadhyay Club Public Relation Club Administration Harsukh Patel Bhadresh R Shah Service Projects New Member Samir Nandi Navin Nakrani Chair Person Jigish N Barot Jigish N Barot Navin Nakrani Sr Member Dr. Rajan Vaidya Samir Nandi Jigish N Barot New Member Rampal Sharma Girish Bhade Chair Person Sachin B Nagwani Sachin B Nagwani Girish Bhade Sr Member Yogesh Kalhapure Rampal Sharma Sachin B Nagwani The Rotary Foundation
    • Rotary International PLANNING GUIDE FOR EFFECTIVE ROTARY CLUBS Dist : 3140 The Planning Guide for Effective Rotary Clubs is a tool to help clubs assess their current state and establish goals for the coming year. It is based on the Club Leadership Plan. The strategies listed in each section are common ways clubs might choose to pursue goals. Clubs are encouraged to develop alternative strategies to achieve their goals when appropriate. Presidents-elect should complete this form in cooperation with their club and submit a copy of it to their assistant governor by 1 July. Download a Microsoft Word version at www.rotary.org. Rotary Club of Name of president: Mailing address: Telephone: MEMBERSHIP Rotary year of office: 2009-10 Kalyan Riverside Rtn. Dinesh Pandya B-15/16, Shanti Indl Estate, Upvan, Pokharan Road No.1, Thane (W) 400606 25854105 Fax: E-mail: acierequipment@sify.com 25888388 Current State Current number of members: 26 Number of members as of 30 June last year: 26 30 June five years ago: N / A Number of male members: 21 Number of female members: 5 Average age of members: 42 Year ( New Club) . Number of Rotarians who have been members for < 1 years: 24 5-10 years: 2 3-5 years: Number of members who have proposed a new member in the previous two years: 1 (Convenor) Check the aspects of your community’s diversity that your club membership reflects: Profession Age Gender Ethnicity Our classification survey was updated on 5/6/2009 and contains 109 classifications, of (date) (number) which 84 are unfilled. Describe club’s current new member orientation program: Individual Orientation, Motivate to participate in ICFs and Dist Assembly, Rotary Information Describe club’s continuing education programs for both new and established members: Rotary Information in Club Bulletin, Quiz Program, Motivate to attend ICFs & Dist Assembly. Our club has sponsored a new club within the last 24 months. Yes No ( N/A – New Club) Number of Rotary Fellowships and Rotarian Action Groups members participate in: 1. ROTI What makes this club attractive to new members? Young Rotarians, Quality Fellowship, Family Participation What aspects of this club could pose a barrier to attracting new members? New Club, Low membership, No glorious history & list of past projects Planning Guide for Effective Rotary Clubs 1
    • Future State Membership goal for the upcoming Rotary year: 30 members by 30 June 2010 (number) (year) Our club has identified the following sources of potential members within the community: Seminars for Literacy / Awareness, Friends of Rotarians, Former Rotaractor / Rotarians How does the club plan to achieve its membership goals? (check all that apply) Develop a retention plan that focuses on maintaining high levels of enthusiasm through participation in interesting programs, projects, continuing education, and fellowship activities Ensure that the membership committee is aware of effective recruitment techniques Develop a recruitment plan to have the club reflect the diversity of the community Explain the expectations of membership to potential Rotarians Implement an orientation program for new members Create a brochure that provides general information about Rotary as well as specific information about the club for prospective members Assign an experienced Rotarian mentor for every new club member Recognize those Rotarians who sponsor new members Encourage members to join a Rotary Fellowship or Rotarian Action Group Participate in the RI membership development award programs Sponsor a new club Other (please describe): Motivate Rotarian for " Each One, Reach One" Action steps: Participated in DMS 2009 - 17 Members, Emphasis on Quality base membership growth, Giving Rotary Information during community seminar & projects. SERVICE PROJECTS Current State Number of Rotary Youth Exchange students: Number of sponsored Interact clubs: Hosted Rotaract clubs: Sponsored Rotary Community Corps: Number of RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) activities: Number of Rotary Friendship Exchanges: Number of registered Rotary Volunteers: Number of World Community Service (WCS) projects: Number of other current club service projects: 1. Literacy : Students Guidence Seminar for 10th Std students of THREE schools at Saralgaon, beyond Murbad 2. Medical Checkup & Awareness Camps for Osteoporosis, Cervical Cancer 3. Blood Donation Camp and Awareness 4. Participation in Polio Immunization and creating awareness about Planning Guide for Effective Rotary Clubs 2
    • Future State Our club has established the following service goals for the upcoming Rotary year: For our local community: Blood Donation Camp, Medical Check-up Camps for Osteoporosis, Cancer detection, Yoga & Value Education for Students of municiple school / rural schools, RSU projects as per Dist guideline, For communities in other countries: How does the club plan to achieve its service goals? (check all that apply) Ensure the service projects committee is aware of how to plan and conduct a service project Review the club’s current and ongoing service projects to confirm that they meet a need and are of interest to club members Identify the social issues in the community that the club wants to address through its service goals Assess the club’s fundraising activities to determine if they meet project funding needs Involve all members in the club’s service projects Conduct or obtain a needs assessment of the community or communities in other countries Recognize club members who participate in and provide leadership to the club’s service projects Identify a partner club with which to carry out an international service project Participate in: Interact Rotary Friendship Exchange World Community Service Rotaract Rotary Volunteers Rotary Youth Exchange Rotary Community Corps RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) Use a grant from The Rotary Foundation to support a club project Other (please describe): Action steps: Active participation of Rotarians in community service projcts. Shall organise joint project/s with other NGO/community based group/s THE ROTARY FOUNDATION Current State Number of grants awarded: District Simplified Grants: Volunteer Service Grants: Matching Grants: Health Hunger and Humanity (3-H) Grants: Number of Ambassadorial Scholars: Nominated Selected Hosted Number of GSE team members: Nominated Selected Hosted Number of Rotary Grants for University Teachers: Nominated Selected Number of Rotary World Peace Fellows: Nominated Selected Number of Rotary Conflict Studies Fellows: Nominated Selected Hosted Number of PolioPlus or PolioPlus Partners activities: Planning Guide for Effective Rotary Clubs 3
    • Current year’s contributions to Annual Programs Fund: USD 100 Current year’s contributions to Permanent Fund: Number of club members who are Paul Harris Fellows: One Benefactors: Rotary Foundation Sustaining Members: Major Donors: Bequest Society Members: Number of Foundation alumni tracked by your club: Future State Our club has established the following Rotary Foundation goals for the upcoming Rotary year: Our club’s Annual Programs Fund contribution goal is USD 500 . Our club’s Permanent Fund contribution goal is . Our club will participate in the following Rotary Foundation programs: How does the club plan to achieve its Rotary Foundation goals? (check all that apply) Ensure the club’s Rotary Foundation committee understands the programs of The Rotary Foundation and is committed to promoting financial support of the Foundation Help club members understand the relationship between Foundation giving and Foundation programs Plan a club program about The Rotary Foundation every quarter, especially in November, Rotary Foundation Month Include a brief story about The Rotary Foundation in every club program Schedule presentations that inform club members about The Rotary Foundation Ensure club’s Rotary Foundation committee chair attends the district Rotary Foundation seminar Use Rotary Foundation grants to support the club’s international projects Recognize club members’ financial contributions to The Rotary Foundation and their participation in Foundation programs Encourage each club member to contribute to the Foundation every year Participate in: Group Study Exchange PolioPlus/PolioPlus Partners Matching Grants Host/Sponsor Ambassadorial Scholar(s) District Simplified Grants Sponsor a Rotary World Peace Fellow 3-H Grants Sponsor a University Teacher Volunteer Service Grants Sponsor a Rotary Conflict Studies Fellow Invite Foundation program participants and alumni to be part of club programs and activities Other (please describe): Action steps: Participation in TRF Seminar, Provide information & facts of TRF to Rotarians, Encourage Rotarians to contribute to TRF & Polio chalange fund, Invite / Host In-bound GSE Team, Invite IYE students for meeting Planning Guide for Effective Rotary Clubs 4
    • LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT Current State Number of club leaders who attended District assembly: 14 District membership seminar: District conference: District Rotary Foundation seminar: 17 District leadership seminar: 1 1 Number of club members involved at the district level: Nil (our club is New Club) Number of visits from the assistant governor this past Rotary year: 2 Future State Our club has established the following goals for developing Rotary leaders for the upcoming Rotary year: Ensuring maximum possible participation in ICFs, Dist Assembly, Dist Conference and other Rotary Knowledge based program / workshop. How does the club plan to develop Rotary leaders? (check all that apply) Have the president-elect attend PETS and the district assembly Have all committee chairs attend the district assembly Encourage interested past presidents to attend the district leadership seminar Use the expertise of the club’s assistant governor Encourage new members to assume positions of leadership through participation in club committees Ask club members to visit other clubs to exchange ideas and share what they learn with the club Other (please describe): Action steps: Encourage our own Rotarian to be a speaker for meeting. Encourage members to give Rotary information in club meeting(if possible every meeting), Encourage Rotarians to visit neighbouring club, Motivate members to enroll for ICFs & Dist Assembly PUBLIC RELATIONS Current State List club activities covered by the media and the type of media (radio, newspaper, television, etc.): Local News Papers and Cable network Future State Our club has established the following public relations goals for the upcoming Rotary year: * Community Seminar/s, * Distribution of Book-Mark for students, * Distribution of awareness stickers, * Display of Hording/s, * Distribution of Hand-bills and fixing of posters of community service projects How does the club plan to achieve its public relations goals? (check all that apply) Ensure that the public relations committee is trained in how to conduct media campaigns Conduct public relations efforts for all service projects Conduct a public awareness program targeted at the business and professional community about what Rotary is and what it does Arrange for a public service announcement to be broadcast on a local television channel Other (please describe): Planning Guide for Effective Rotary Clubs 5
    • Action steps: Emphasis need of PR amongs the members Image bulding of Rotary as Service pproviding NGO CLUB ADMINISTRATION Current State How often and when does the club board meet? Every Month When are club assemblies held? Bi-monthly How is the club budget prepared? Study of Sponsor Club budget of last year independently reviewed by a qualified accountant? Yes Is it Does the club have a long-range plan in place? Has the club developed a system for continuity of leadership on its board, committees, etc.? Yes ( CLP implemented as per Dist & RI Guideline ) Has the club developed a system for keeping all members involved in the club? Yes Does the club use Member Access on www.rotary.org to update its membership list? Yes How often is the club’s bulletin published? Fortnightly Describe how weekly club programs are organized: One Family/Spouse participation, One Guest Speaker, One Designated month celebration, others can be Club Assembly, Own Vocation information, Club Bussiness / Project Planning, guest speaker How often is the club’s Web site updated? Does your club observe the special months of the Rotary calendar, such as Rotary Foundation Month and Magazine Month? Yes How often does your club conduct fellowship activities? Every month How does the club involve the families of Rotarians? Fellowship Night, Outdoor Picnic, Project participation Future State What plans have you made to carry out the administrative tasks of the club? (check all that apply) Regular board meetings have been scheduled. The club’s long-range and communication plans will be updated. Eight club assemblies have been scheduled on the following dates: 8 July, 2 Sept, 4 Nov, 10 Feb, 3 March, 20 March, 21 April, 19 May ( may change if required to do so ) The club has either adopted the latest version of the Recommended Rotary Club Bylaws or revised its own bylaws (recommended after each Council on Legislation). Club elections will be held on 9/12/2009 second weekly meeting of December, 2009 . (date) At least 5 delegates will be sent to the district conference. (number) A club bulletin will be produced to provide information to club members. Planning Guide for Effective Rotary Clubs 6
    • SUMMARY OF GOALS FOR 2009-10_______ROTARY YEAR International Service Community Service Vocational Service Club Service For each goal your club has identified for the upcoming Rotary year, indicate which Avenue of Service it addresses. To ensure a balanced service effort, you should have at least one goal that address each Avenue of Service. Most goals will address more than one avenue. Membership goal 30 members by 30 June 2010 (number) (year) Service goals For our local community: For communities in other countries: The Rotary Foundation goals Our club’s Annual Programs Fund contribution goal is Our club’s Permanent Fund contribution goal is . . Our club will participate in the following Rotary Foundation programs: Leadership development goals Public relations goals Club administration goals Other goal Other goal (506) Planning Guide for Effective Rotary Clubs 8
    • Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside FILLED CLASSIFICATIONS 1. Beauty and Health Consultancy : ANTHONY VARSHA SANJAY 2. Distribution – Pharma Medicine : SHAH BHADRESH RATNAPAN 3. Education – Computer : THAKKAR DEVEN RAMANBHAI 4. Education – Private Coaching : VYAS KEVAL ARVIND 5. Electrical Engineering : NANDI SAMIR KUMAR 6. Electrical Installation Services : GUPTA NISHA RAKESH 7. Financial Consultancy : KALHAPURE YOGESH VIJAY 8. Furnishing Retailing : NAGWANI SACHIN BALRAM 9. Hydraulic Engineering : SHARMA RAMPAL ABHERAM 10. Industrial Fabrication Boiler Accessories : BHADE GIRISH VASANT 11. : ALSHI SUSHAMA KISHOR Insurance and Investment Service DESAI MINESH NARESH 12. Insurance General : YAVAGAL ARUN KUSHALRAO 13. Law General : Adv. MASAND LACHMAN KUMAR Adv. NAIR RAGHUNANDAN ACHUTHAN 14. Manufacturing Metallic Chemicals : UPADHYAY JASHWANT RASIKLAL 15. : Dr. DAHIWADKAR SWAPNA HITENDRA : Dr. DAHIWADKAR HITENDRA V. : Dr. IEETKAR ANANT MURLIDHAR 18. Processing of Pulses : NAKRANI NAVIN LALJIBHAI 19. Real Estate Consultancy : SHARMA SUNIL GOPIRAM 20. Resort Management : MHASKAR SANKET VIKAS 21. Retailing – Building Material : PATEL SURESH ABJIBHAI 22. Rolling Mill Equipment Manufacturing : PANDYA DINESH ARUNKUMAR 23. Sweets Manufacturing and Retailing : BAROT JIGISH NARHARIBHAI 24. Tax and Insurance Consultancy : JAGADALE BANDU GANPAT 25. Telephone Office Administration : PANDYA HINA DINESH 26. Timber Trading : PATEL HARSUKH RAVJIBHAI 27. Trading Chemicals : RAVAL VINAYAK CHANDULAL Medicine – Anesthesiology and Intensive Care 16. Medicine – Neurological Surgery 17. Medicine – Paediatrics and Neonatology
    • Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside UNFILLED CLASSIFICATIONS 1. Accountancy 2. Banking 3. Civil Engineering 4. Consultancy Service – Architecture 5. Consultancy Service – Astrology 6. Consultancy Service – Automobiles 7. Consultancy Service – Computer Software 8. Consultancy Service – Engineering 9. Consultancy Service – Home Decoration 10. Consultancy Service – Horticulture 11. Consultancy Service – Human Resources 12. Consultancy Service – Income Tax 13. Consultancy Service – Industrial Safety 14. Consultancy Service – Sales Tax 15. Consultancy Service – Structural 16. Consultancy Service – Valuation 17. Consultancy Service – Vastu Decorators 18. Distribution – Agriculture Products 19. Distribution – Edible Oil 20. Distribution – Engineering Goods 21. Distribution – Fertilizer 22. Distribution – Glass 23. Distribution – Grains 24. Distribution – Iron & Steel 25. Distribution – Liquor & Wine 26. Distribution – LPG Products 27. Distribution – Non Ferrous Metal 28. Distribution – Pipe & Pipe Fittings 29. Distribution – Telecom Products 30. Education – Arts College 31. Education – Commerce College 32. Education – Management College 33. Education – Primary School
    • 34. Education – Science College 35. Education – Secondary School 36. Education – Information Technology 37. Electronic Engineering 38. Fabrication – General 39. Fabrication – Industrial 40. Fabrication – Sheet Metal 41. Furniture Retailing 42. Hiring Service- Crane 43. Interior Designing 44. Journalism – General 45. Journalism – Print Media 46. Journalism – TV 47. Machine Part Manufacturing 48. Mechanical Engineering 49. Medicine – Ayurvedic 50. Medicine – Cardiology 51. Medicine – Dentistry 52. Medicine – Dermatology 53. Medicine – General 54. Medicine – Homeopathy 55. Medicine – Obstetrics and Infertility 56. Medicine – Ophthalmology 57. Medicine – Orthopedic 58. Medicine – Pathology 59. Medicine – Psychology 60. Medicine – Radiology 61. Pest Control 62. Photography 63. Printing 64. Religion 65. Retailing – Automobile Accessories 66. Retailing – Automobiles 67. Retailing – Cloths 68. Retailing – Computer Hardware 69. Retailing – Electrical Appliances 70. Retailing – Electrical Goods
    • 71. Retailing – Food & Grain 72. Retailing – Furniture 73. Retailing – Garments 74. Retailing – Gift Articles 75. Retailing – Glass & Mirror 76. Retailing – Hardware 77. Retailing – Home Appliances 78. Retailing – Liquor & Wine 79. Retailing – Medicine 80.Retailing – Pre Owned Cars 81. Retailing – Sports Goods 82. Retailing – Stationery Products Using the Classification Principle In organizing a Rotary club, it’s important to provide for a diversified membership. An organizing club should therefore fill only one distinctive classification within each group of related classifications, although circumstances may require the filling of two or more of these distinct classifications. In any case, no more than 10 percent of the total number of charter members may hold a given classification. The RI constitutional documents include specific guidelines on using Rotary’s classification principle: “Each Rotary club shall have a well-balanced membership in which no one business or profession predominates.” (RI Constitution Article 5.2.b) “Each member shall be classified in accordance with the member’s business or profession. The classification shall be that which describes the principal and recognized activity of the firm, company, or institution with which the member is connected or that which describes the member’s principal and recognized business or professional activity. NOTE : The above information is from RI publication ‘808en’ “Organizing New Clubs” Page 7
    • * Constitution of the Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside ______________________________ Article 1 Definitions As used in this constitution, unless the context otherwise clearly requires, the words in this article shall have the following meanings: 1. Board: The Board of Directors of this club. 2. Bylaws: The bylaws of this club. 3. Director: A member of this club's Board of Directors. 4. Member: A member, other than an honorary member, of this club. 5. RI: Rotary International. 6. Year: The twelve-month period which begins on 1 July. Article 2 Name KALYAN RIVERSIDE The name of this organization shall be Rotary Club of ___________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ (Member of Rotary International) Article 3 Locality of the Club The city of Kalyan and its surrounding area. The locality of this club is as follows: ________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________ Article 4 Object 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: 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. Article 5 Four Avenues of Service Rotary’s Four Avenues of Service are the philosophical and practical framework for the work of this Rotary club. 1. Club Service, the first Avenue of Service, involves action a member should take within this club to help it function successfully. 2. Vocational Service, the second Avenue of Service, has the purpose of promoting high ethical standards in businesses and professions, recognizing the worthiness of all * The bylaws of Rotary International provide that each club admitted to membership in RI shall adopt this prescribed standard club constitution. 1
    • dignified occupations, and fostering the ideal of service in the pursuit of all vocations. The role of members includes conducting themselves and their businesses in accordance with Rotary’s principles. 3. Community Service, the third Avenue of Service, comprises varied efforts that members make, sometimes in conjunction with others, to improve the quality of life of those who live within this club’s locality or municipality. 4. International Service, the fourth Avenue of Service, comprises those activities that members do to advance international understanding, goodwill, and peace by fostering acquaintance with people of other countries, their cultures, customs, accomplishments, aspirations, and problems, through reading and correspondence and through cooperation in all club activities and projects designed to help people in other lands. Article 6 Meetings Section 1 Regular Meetings. (a) Day and Time. This club shall hold a regular meeting once each week on the day and at the time provided in the bylaws. (b) Change of Meeting. For good cause, the board may change a regular meeting to any day during the period commencing with the day following the preceding regular meeting and ending with the day preceding the next regular meeting, or to a different hour of the regular day, or to a different place. (c) Cancellation. The board may cancel a regular meeting if it falls on a legal holiday, including a commonly recognized holiday, or in case of the death of a club member, or of an epidemic or of a disaster affecting the whole community, or of an armed conflict in the community which endangers the lives of the club members. The board may cancel not more than four regular meetings in a year for causes not otherwise specified herein provided that this club does not fail to meet for more than three consecutive meetings. Section 2 Annual Meeting. An annual meeting for the election of officers shall be held not later than 31 December as provided in the bylaws. Article 7 Membership Section 1 General Qualifications. This club shall be composed of adult persons of good character and good business, professional and/or community reputation. Section 2 Kinds. This club shall have two kinds of membership, namely: active and honorary. Section 3 Active Membership. A person possessing the qualifications set forth in article 5, section 2 of the RI constitution may be elected to active membership in this club. Section 4 Transferring or Former Rotarian. A member may propose to active membership a transferring member or former member of a club, if the proposed member is terminating or has terminated such membership in the former club due to no longer being engaged in the formerly assigned classification of business or profession within the locality of the former club or the surrounding area. The transferring or former member of a club being proposed to active membership under this section may also be proposed by the former club. The classification of a transferring or former member of a club shall not preclude election to active membership even if the election results in club membership temporarily exceeding the classification limits. 2
    • Section 5 Dual Membership. No person shall simultaneously hold active membership in this and another club. No person shall simultaneously be a member and an honorary member in this club. No person shall simultaneously hold active membership in this club and membership in a Rotaract club. Section 6 Honorary Membership. (a) Eligibility for Honorary Membership. Persons who have distinguished themselves by meritorious service in the furtherance of Rotary ideals and those persons considered friends of Rotary for their permanent support of Rotary’s cause may be elected to honorary membership in this club. The term of such membership shall be as determined by the board. Persons may hold honorary membership in more than one club. (b) Rights and Privileges. Honorary members shall be exempt from the payment of admission fees and dues, shall have no vote, and shall not be eligible to hold any office in this club. Such members shall not hold classifications, but shall be entitled to attend all meetings and enjoy all the other privileges of this club. No honorary member of this club is entitled to any rights and privileges in any other club, except for the right to visit other clubs without being the guest of a Rotarian. Section 7 Holders of Public Office. Persons elected or appointed to public office for a specified time shall not be eligible to active membership in this club under the classification of such office. This restriction shall not apply to persons holding positions or offices in schools, colleges, or other institutions of learning or to persons who are elected or appointed to the judiciary. Members who are elected or appointed to public office for a specified period may continue as such members in their existing classifications during the period in which they hold such office. Section 8 Rotary International Employment. This club may retain in its membership any member employed by RI. Article 8 Classifications Section 1 General Provisions. (a) Principal Activity. Each member shall be classified in accordance with the member's business, profession, or type of community service. The classification shall be that which describes the principal and recognized activity of the firm, company, or institution with which the member is connected or that which describes the member's principal and recognized business or professional activity or that which describes the nature of the member’s community service activity. (b) Correction or Adjustment. If the circumstances warrant, the board may correct or adjust the classification of any member. Notice of a proposed correction or adjustment shall be provided to the member and the member shall be allowed a hearing thereon. Section 2 Limitations. This club shall not elect a person to active membership from a classification if the club already has five or more members from that classification, unless the club has more than 50 members, in which case, the club may elect a person to active membership in a classification so long as it will not result in the classification making up more than 10 percent of the club's active membership. Members who are retired shall not be included in the total number of members in a classification. The classification of a transferring or former member of a club, or a Rotary Foundation 3
    • alumnus as defined by the board of directors of RI, shall not preclude election to active membership even if the election results in club membership temporarily exceeding the above limitations. If a member changes classification, the club may continue the member's membership under the new classification notwithstanding these limitations. Article 9 Attendance Section 1 General Provisions. Each member should attend this club's regular meetings. A member shall be counted as attending a regular meeting if the member is present for at least 60 percent of the meeting, or is present and is called away unexpectedly and subsequently produces evidence to the satisfaction of the board that such action was reasonable, or makes up for an absence in any of the following ways: (a) 14 Days Before or After the Meeting. If, within fourteen (14) days before or after the regular time for that meeting, the member (1) attends at least 60 percent of the regular meeting of another club or of a provisional club; or (2) attends a regular meeting of a Rotaract or Interact club, Rotary Community Corps, or Rotary Fellowship or of a provisional Rotaract or Interact club, Rotary Community Corps, or Rotary Fellowship; or (3) attends a convention of RI, a council on legislation, an international assembly, a Rotary institute for past and present officers of RI, a Rotary institute for past, present, and incoming officers of RI, or any other meeting convened with the approval of the board of directors of RI or the president of RI acting on behalf of the board of directors of RI, a Rotary multizone conference, a meeting of a committee of RI, a Rotary district conference, a Rotary district assembly, any district meeting held by direction of the board of directors of RI, any district committee meeting held by direction of the district governor, or a regularly announced intercity meeting of Rotary clubs; or (4) is present at the usual time and place of a regular meeting of another club for the purpose of attending such meeting, but that club is not meeting at that time or place; or (5) attends and participates in a club service project or a club-sponsored community event or meeting authorized by the board; or (6) attends a board meeting or, if authorized by the board, a meeting of a service committee to which the member is assigned; or (7) participates through a club web site in an interactive activity requiring an average of 30 minutes of participation. When a member is outside the member's country of residence for more than fourteen (14) days, the time restriction shall not be imposed so that the member may attend meetings in another country at any time during the travel period, and each such attendance shall count as a valid make-up for any regular meeting missed during the member's time abroad. (b) At the Time of the Meeting. If, at the time of the meeting, the member is (1) traveling with reasonable directness to or from one of the meetings specified in sub-subsection (a) (3) of this section; or (2) serving as an officer or member of a committee of RI, or a trustee of The Rotary Foundation; or 4
    • (3) serving as the special representative of the district governor in the formation of a new club; or (4) on Rotary business in the employ of RI; or (5) directly and actively engaged in a district-sponsored or RI- or Rotary Foundation-sponsored service project in a remote area where making up attendance is impossible; or (6) engaged in Rotary business duly authorized by the board which precludes attendance at the meeting. Section 2 Extended Absence on Outposted Assignment. If a member will be working on an outposted assignment for an extended period of time, attendance at the meetings of a designated club at the site of the assignment will replace attendance at the regular meetings of the member’s club, provided there is a mutual agreement between the two clubs. Section 3 Excused Absences. A member's absence shall be excused if (a) the absence complies with the conditions and under circumstances approved by the board. The board may excuse a member's absence for reasons which it considers to be good and sufficient. (b) the aggregate of the member's years of age and years of membership in one or more clubs is 85 years or more and the member has notified the club secretary in writing of the member's desire to be excused from attendance and the board has approved. Section 4 RI Officers' Absences. A member's absence shall be excused if the member is a current officer of RI. Section 5 Attendance Records. Any member whose absences are excused under the provisions of subsection 3(b) or section 4 of this article shall not be included in the membership figure used to compute this club's attendance. Article 10 Directors and Officers Section 1 Governing Body. The governing body of this club shall be the board constituted as the bylaws may provide. Section 2 Authority. The board shall have general control over all officers and committees and, for good cause, may declare any office vacant. Section 3 Board Action Final. The decision of the board in all club matters is final, subject only to an appeal to the club. However, as to a decision to terminate membership, a member, pursuant to article 12, section 6, may appeal to the club, request mediation, or request arbitration. If appealed, a decision of the board shall be reversed only by a two-thirds vote of the members present, at a regular meeting specified by the board, provided a quorum is present and notice of the appeal has been given by the secretary to each member at least five (5) days prior to the meeting. If an appeal is taken, the action taken by the club shall be final. Section 4 Officers. The club officers shall be a president, a president-elect, and one or more vice-presidents, all of whom shall be members of the board, and a secretary, a treasurer, and a sergeant-at-arms, who may or may not be members of the board as the bylaws shall provide. Section 5 Election of Officers. 5
    • (a) Terms of Officers other than President. Each officer shall be elected as provided in the bylaws. Except for the president, each officer shall take office on 1 July immediately following election and shall serve for the term of office or until a successor has been duly elected and qualified. (b) Term of President. The president shall be elected as provided in the bylaws, not more than two (2) years but not less than eighteen (18) months prior to the day of taking office and shall serve as president-nominee upon election. The nominee shall take the title of president-elect on 1 July in the year prior to taking office as president. The president shall take office on 1 July and shall serve a period of one (1) year or until a successor has been duly elected and qualified. (c) Qualifications. Each officer and director shall be a member in good standing of this club. The president-elect shall attend the district presidents-elect training seminar and the district assembly unless excused by the governor-elect. If so excused, the president-elect shall send a designated club representative who shall report back to the president-elect. If the president-elect does not attend the presidents-elect training seminar and the district assembly and has not been excused by the governor-elect or, if so excused, does not send a designated club representative to such meetings, the president-elect shall not be able to serve as club president. In such event, the current president shall continue to serve until a successor who has attended a presidents-elect training seminar and district assembly or training deemed sufficient by the governor-elect has been duly elected. Article 11 Admission Fees and Dues Every member shall pay an admission fee and annual dues as prescribed in the bylaws, except that any transferring or former member of another club who is accepted into membership of this club pursuant to article 7, section 4 shall not be required to pay a second admission fee. A Rotaractor who ceased to be a member of Rotaract within the preceding two years, who is accepted into membership of this club, shall not be required to pay an admission fee. Article 12 Duration of Membership Section 1 Period. Membership shall continue during the existence of this club unless terminated as hereinafter provided. Section 2 Automatic Termination. (a) Membership Qualifications. Membership shall automatically terminate when a member no longer meets the membership qualifications, except that (1) the board may grant a member moving from the locality of this club or the surrounding area a special leave of absence not to exceed one (1) year to enable the member to visit and become known to a Rotary club in the new community if the member continues to meet all conditions of club membership; (2) the board may allow a member moving from the locality of this club or the surrounding area to retain membership if the member continues to meet all conditions of club membership. 6
    • (b) How to Rejoin. When the membership of a member has terminated as provided in subsection (a) of this section, such person, provided such person’s membership was in good standing at the time of termination, may make new application for membership, under the same or another classification. A second admission fee shall not be required. (c) Termination of Honorary Membership. Honorary membership shall automatically terminate at the end of the term for such membership as determined by the board. However, the board may extend an honorary membership for an additional period. The board may revoke an honorary membership at any time. Section 3 Termination Non-payment of Dues. (a) Process. Any member failing to pay dues within thirty (30) days after the prescribed time shall be notified in writing by the secretary at the member's last known address. If the dues are not paid on or before ten (10) days of the date of notification, membership may terminate, subject to the discretion of the board. (b) Reinstatement. The board may reinstate the former member to membership upon the former member's petition and payment of all indebtedness to this club. However, no former member may be reinstated to active membership if the former member's classification is in conflict with article 8, section 2. Section 4 Termination Non-attendance. (a) Attendance Percentages. A member must (1) attend or make up at least 50 percent of club regular meetings in each half of the year; (2) attend at least 30 percent of this club's regular meetings in each half of the year (assistant governors, as defined by the board of directors of RI, shall be excused from this requirement). If a member fails to attend as required, the member's membership shall be subject to termination unless the board consents to such non-attendance for good cause. (b) Consecutive Absences. Unless otherwise excused by the board for good and sufficient reason or pursuant to article 9, sections 3 or 4, each member who fails to attend or make up four consecutive regular meetings shall be informed by the board that the member's non-attendance may be considered a request to terminate membership in this club. Thereafter, the board, by a majority vote, may terminate the member's membership. Section 5 Termination Other Causes. (a) Good Cause. The board may terminate the membership of any member who ceases to have the qualifications for membership in this club or for any good cause by a vote of not less than two-thirds of the board members, at a meeting called for that purpose. The guiding principles for this meeting shall be article 7, section 1, and The Four-Way Test. (b) Notice. Prior to taking any action under subsection (a) of this section, the member shall be given at least ten (10) days' written notice of such pending action and an opportunity to submit a written answer to the board. The member shall have the right to appear before the board to state the member's case. Notice shall be by personal delivery or by registered letter to the member's last known address. (c) Filling Classification. When the board has terminated the membership of a member as provided for in this section, this club shall not elect a new member 7
    • under the former member's classification until the time for hearing any appeal has expired and the decision of this club or of the arbitrators has been announced. However, this provision shall not apply if, by election of a new member, the number of members under the said classification would remain within provided limitations even if the board’s decision regarding termination is reversed. Section 6 Right to Appeal, Mediate or Arbitrate Termination. (a) Notice. Within seven (7) days after the date of the board's decision to terminate membership, the secretary shall give written notice of the decision to the member. Within fourteen (14) days after the date of the notice, the member may give written notice to the secretary of the intention to appeal to the club, request mediation, or to arbitrate as provided in article 16. (b) Date for Hearing of Appeal. In the event of an appeal, the board shall set a date for the hearing of the appeal at a regular club meeting to be held within twenty-one (21) days after receipt of the notice of appeal. At least five (5) days' written notice of the meeting and its special business shall be given to every member. Only members shall be present when the appeal is heard. (c) Mediation or Arbitration. The procedure utilized for mediation or arbitration shall be as provided in article 16. (d) Appeal. If an appeal is taken, the action of the club shall be final and binding on all parties and shall not be subject to arbitration. (e) Decision of Arbitrators or Umpire. If arbitration is requested, the decision reached by the arbitrators or, if they disagree, by the umpire shall be final and binding on all parties and shall not be subject to appeal. (f) Unsuccessful Mediation. If mediation is requested but is unsuccessful, the member may appeal to the club or arbitrate as provided in subsection (a) of this section. Section 7 Board Action Final. Board action shall be final if no appeal to this club is taken and no arbitration is requested. Section 8 Resignation. The resignation of any member from this club shall be in writing, addressed to the president or secretary. The resignation shall be accepted by the board if the member has no indebtedness to this club. Section 9 Forfeiture of Property Interest. Any person whose club membership has been terminated in any manner shall forfeit all interest in any funds or other property belonging to this club. Section 10 Temporary Suspension. Notwithstanding any provision of this constitution, if in the opinion of the board (a) credible accusations have been made that a member has refused or neglected to comply with this constitution, or has been guilty of conduct unbecoming a member or prejudicial to the interests of the club; and (b) those accusations, if proved, constitute good cause for terminating the membership of the member; and (c) it is desirable that no action should be taken in respect of the membership of the member pending the outcome of a matter or an event that the board considers should properly occur before such action is taken by the board; and (d) that in the best interests of the club and without any vote being taken as to his or her membership, the member’s membership should be temporarily suspended and the member should be excluded from attendance at meetings and other activities of 8
    • this club and from any office or position the member holds within the club. For the purposes of this clause, the member shall be excused from fulfilling attendance responsibilities; the board may, by a vote of not less than two-thirds of the board, temporarily suspend the member as aforesaid for such period and on such further conditions as the board determines, albeit for a period no longer than is reasonably necessary in all the circumstances. Article 13 Community, National, and International Affairs Section 1 Proper Subjects. The merits of any public question involving the general welfare of the community, the nation, and the world are of concern to the members of this club and shall be proper subjects of fair and informed study and discussion at a club meeting for the enlightenment of its members in forming their individual opinions. However, this club shall not express an opinion on any pending controversial public measure. Section 2 No Endorsements. This club shall not endorse or recommend any candidate for public office and shall not discuss at any club meeting the merits or demerits of any such candidate. Section 3 Non-Political. (a) Resolutions and Opinions. This club shall neither adopt nor circulate resolutions or opinions, and shall not take action dealing with world affairs or international policies of a political nature. (b) Appeals. This club shall not direct appeals to clubs, peoples, or governments, or circulate letters, speeches, or proposed plans for the solution of specific international problems of a political nature. Section 4 Recognizing Rotary's Beginning. The week of the anniversary of Rotary's founding (23 February) shall be known as World Understanding and Peace Week. During this week, this club will celebrate Rotary service, reflect upon past achievements, and focus on programs of peace, understanding, and goodwill in the community and throughout the world. Article 14 Rotary Magazines Section 1 Mandatory Subscription. Unless, in accordance with the bylaws of RI, this club is excused by the board of directors of RI from complying with the provisions of this article, each member shall, for the duration of membership, subscribe to the official magazine or to the magazine approved and prescribed for this club by the board of directors of RI. The subscription shall be paid in six (6) month periods for the duration of membership in this club and to the end of any six (6) month period during which membership may terminate. Section 2 Subscription Collection. The subscription shall be collected by this club from each member semiannually in advance and remitted to the Secretariat of RI or to the office of such regional publications as may be determined by the board of directors of RI. Article 15 Acceptance of Object and Compliance with Constitution and Bylaws 9
    • By payment of an admission fee and dues, a member accepts the principles of Rotary as expressed in its object and submits to and agrees to comply with and be bound by the constitution and bylaws of this club, and on these conditions alone is entitled to the privileges of this club. Each member shall be subject to the terms of the constitution and bylaws regardless of whether such member has received copies of them. Article 16 Arbitration and Mediation Section 1 Disputes. Should any dispute, other than as to a decision of the board, arise between any current or former member(s) and this club, any club officer or the board, on any account whatsoever which cannot be settled under the procedure already provided for such purpose, the dispute shall, upon a request to the secretary by any of the disputants, either be resolved by mediation or settled by arbitration. Section 2 Date for Mediation or Arbitration. In the event of mediation or arbitration, the board shall set a date for the mediation or arbitration, in consultation with disputants, to be held within twenty-one (21) days after receipt of the request for mediation or arbitration. Section 3 Mediation. The procedure for such mediation shall be that recognized by an appropriate authority with national or state jurisdiction or be that recommended by a competent professional body whose recognized expertise covers alternative dispute resolution or be that recommended by way of documented guidelines determined by the board of RI or the trustees of The Rotary Foundation. Only a member of a Rotary club may be appointed as mediator(s). The club may request the district governor or the governor's representative to appoint a mediator who is a member of a Rotary club and who has appropriate mediation skills and experience. (a) Mediation Outcomes. The outcomes or decisions agreed between the parties as a result of mediation shall be recorded and copies held by each party, the mediator(s) and one copy given to the board and to be held by the secretary. A summary statement of outcomes acceptable to the parties involved shall be prepared for the information of the club. Either party through the president or secretary may call for further mediation if either party has retracted significantly from the mediated position. (b) Unsuccessful Mediation. If mediation is requested but is unsuccessful, any disputant may request arbitration as provided in section 1 of this article. Section 4 Arbitration. In the event of a request for arbitration, each party shall appoint an arbitrator and the arbitrators shall appoint an umpire. Only a member of a Rotary club may be appointed as umpire or as arbitrator. Section 5 Decision of Arbitrators or Umpire. If arbitration is requested, the decision reached by the arbitrators or, if they disagree, by the umpire shall be final and binding on all parties and shall not be subject to appeal. Article 17 Bylaws This club shall adopt bylaws not inconsistent with the constitution and bylaws of RI, with the rules of procedure for an administrative territorial unit where established by RI, and with this constitution, embodying additional provisions for the government of this club. Such bylaws may be amended from time to time as therein provided. 10
    • Article 18 Interpretation Throughout this constitution, the terminology "mail," "mailing," and "ballot-by-mail" will include utilization of electronic mail (e-mail) and internet technology to reduce costs and increase responsiveness. Article 19 Amendments Section 1 Manner of Amending. Except as provided in section 2 of this article, this constitution may be amended only by the council on legislation in the same manner as is established in the bylaws of RI for the amendment of its bylaws. Section 2 Amending Article 2 and Article 3. Article 2 (Name) and Article 3 (Locality of the Club) of the constitution shall be amended at any regular meeting of this club, a quorum being present by the affirmative vote of not less than two-thirds of all voting members present and voting, provided that notice of such proposed amendment shall have been mailed to each member at least ten (10) days before such meeting, and provided further, that such amendment shall be submitted to the board of directors of RI for its approval and shall become effective only when so approved. The governor may offer an opinion to the board of directors of RI regarding the proposed amendment. 11
    • Bylaws of the Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside Based on Recommended Rotary Club Bylaws includes 5 Standing Committee Chair as per CLP. *NOTE: These bylaws are recommended only and may be changed by any Rotary club to meet its own conditions, provided such changes are not out of harmony with the Standard Rotary Club Constitution and with the RI constitution, RI bylaws, and the Rotary Code of Policies. If any doubt exists, the proposed changes should be submitted to the general secretary for the consideration of the Board of Directors of RI. Article 1 Definitions 1. Board: 2. Director: 3. Member: 4. RI: 5. Year: The Board of Directors of this club. A member of this club's Board of Directors. A member, other than an honorary member, of this club. Rotary International. The twelve-month period that begins on 1 July. Article 2 Board The governing body of this club shall be the board consisting of 19 members of this club, namely, the President, Vice-President, President-Elect (or president-nominee, if no successor has been elected), Secretary, Joint Secretary, Treasurer, and the Sergeant-At-Arms and 6 directors elected in accordance with article 3, section 1 of these bylaws, 5 Nominated Directors representing the Club Committees as per Article 9 of these bylaws by virtue of Chair position of respective committee, and the immediate past president. Article 3 Election of Directors and Officers Section 1 – At a regular meeting one month prior to the meeting for election of officers, the presiding officer shall ask for nominations by members of the club for President, Vice-President, Secretary, 6 directors. The nominations may be presented by a nominating Joint Secretary, Treasurer, and committee or by members from the floor, by either or by both as a club may determine. If it is determined to use a nominating committee, such committee shall be appointed as the club may determine. The nominations duly made shall be placed on a ballot in alphabetical order under each office and shall be voted for at the annual meeting. The candidates for President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer receiving a majority of the votes shall be declared elected to their respective offices. The __6 _ candidates for director receiving a majority of the votes shall be declared elected as directors. The candidate for President elected in such balloting shall be the President-Nominee and serve as a director for the year commencing on the first day of July next following the election, and shall assume office as President on 1 July immediately following that year. The President-Nominee shall take the title of President-elect on 1 July in the year prior to taking office as President. Section 2 – The officers and directors, so elected, together with the immediate past president shall constitute the board. Within one week after their election, the directors-elect shall meet and elect some member of the club to act as sergeant-at-arms. Section 3 – A vacancy in the board or any office shall be filled by action of the remaining directors. Section 4 – A vacancy in the position of any officer-elect or director-elect shall be filled by action of the remaining directors-elect. Bylaws of Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside, Dist-3140 (2009-10) Page 1 of 6
    • Article 4 Duties of Officers Section 1 – President. It shall be the duty of the president to preside at meetings of the club and the board and to perform other duties as ordinarily pertain to the office of president. Section 2 – President-elect. It shall be the duty of the president-elect to serve as a director and to perform such other duties as may be prescribed by the president or the board. Section 3 – Vice-President. It shall be the duty of the vice-president to preside at meetings of the club and the board in the absence of the president and to perform other duties as ordinarily pertain to the office of vice-president. Section 4 – Secretary. It shall be the duty of the secretary to keep membership records; record attendance at meetings; send out notices of club, board, and committee meetings; record and preserve the minutes of such meetings; report as required to RI, including the semiannual reports of membership on 1 January and 1 July of each year, which shall include per capita dues for all members and prorated dues for active members who have been elected to membership in the club since the start of the July or January semiannual reporting period; report changes in membership; provide the monthly attendance report, which shall be made to the district governor within 15 days of the last meeting of the month; collect and remit RI official magazine subscriptions; and perform other duties as usually pertain to the office of secretary. Section 5 – Treasurer. It shall be the duty of the treasurer to have custody of all funds, accounting for it to the club annually and at any other time upon demand by the board, and to perform other duties as pertains to the office of treasurer. Upon retirement from office, the treasurer shall turn over to the incoming treasurer or to the president all funds, books of accounts, or any other club property. Section 6 – Sergeant-at-Arms. The duties of the sergeant-at-arms shall be such as are usually prescribed for such office and other duties as may be prescribed by the president or the board. Section 7 – Joint Secretary. It shall be the duty of the Jt. Secretary to assist at meeting of the club and the board in the absence of the Secretary and to perform other duties as ordinarily pertain to the office of Secretary. Article 5 Meetings Section 1 – Annual Meeting. An annual meeting of this club shall be held on the 2nd week of December in each year, at which time the election of officers and directors to serve for the ensuing year shall take place. ___________________ (Note: Article 6, section 2 of the Standard Rotary Club Constitution provides that “An annual meeting for the election of officers shall be held not later than 31 December...”) Section 2 – The regular weekly meetings of this club shall be held on _Wednesday_ (day) at 08.30 PM (time). Due notice of any changes in or canceling of the regular meeting shall be given to all members of the club. All members excepting an honorary member (or member excused pursuant to the standard Rotary club constitution) in good standing in this club, on the day of the regular meeting, must be counted as present or absent, and attendance must be evidenced by the member’s being present for at least sixty (60) percent of the time devoted to the regular meeting, either at this club or at any other Rotary club, or as otherwise provided in the standard Rotary club constitution, article 9, sections 1 and 2. Section 3 – One-third of the membership shall constitute a quorum at the annual and regular meetings of this club. Bylaws of Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside, Dist-3140 (2009-10) Page 2 of 6
    • Section 4 – Regular meetings of the board shall be held on 1st Saturday of each month. Special meetings of the board shall be called by the president, whenever deemed necessary, or upon the request of two (2) directors, due notice having been given. Section 5 – A majority of the directors shall constitute a quorum of the board. Article 6 Fees and Dues Section 1 – The admission fee shall be INR 2000 to be paid before the applicant can qualify as a member, except as provided for in the standard Rotary club constitution, article 11 and if the board of directors may waive the admission fee, either fully or partly, for spouse, in case both of them are joining the club. Section 2 – The membership dues shall be INR 7000 per annum, payable semiannually on the first day of July and of January, with the understanding that a portion of each semiannual payment shall be applied to each member’s subscription to the RI official magazine. The board of directors may waive the membership dues partly, for spouse, in case both of them are joining the club and marinating the membership of both together. Article 7 Method of Voting The business of this club shall be transacted by viva voce* vote except the election of officers and directors, which shall be by ballot. The board may determine that a specific resolution be considered by ballot rather than by viva voce vote. ___________________ (Note: Viva voce vote is defined as when club voting is conducted by vocal assent. Article 8 Four Avenues of Service The four Avenues of Service are the philosophical and practical framework for the work of this Rotary club. They are Club Service, Vocational Service, Community Service, and International Service. This club will be active in each of the four Avenues of Service. Article 9 Committees Club committees are charged with carrying out the annual and long-range goals of the club based on the four Avenues of Service. The president-elect, president, and immediate past president should work together to ensure continuity of leadership and succession planning. When feasible, committee members should be appointed to the same committee for three years to ensure consistency. The president-elect is responsible for appointing committee members to fill vacancies, appointing committee chairs, and conducting planning meetings prior to the start of the year in office. It is recommended that the chair have previous experience as a member of the committee. Standing committees should be appointed as follows: • Membership This committee should develop and implement a comprehensive plan for the recruitment and retention of members. • Club Public Relations This committee should develop and implement plans to provide the public with information about Rotary and to promote the club’s service projects and activities. • Club Administration This committee should conduct activities associated with the effective operation of the club. Bylaws of Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside, Dist-3140 (2009-10) Page 3 of 6
    • • Service Projects This committee should develop and implement educational, humanitarian, and vocational projects that address the needs of its community and communities in other countries. • The Rotary Foundation This committee should develop and implement plans to support The Rotary Foundation through both financial contributions and program participation. Additional ad hoc committees may be appointed as needed. (a) The president shall be ex officio a member of all committees and, as such, shall have all the privileges of membership thereon. (b) Each committee shall transact its business as is delegated to it in these bylaws and such additional business as may be referred to it by the president or the board. Except where special authority is given by the board, such committees shall not take action until a report has been made and approved by the board. (c) Each chair shall be responsible for regular meetings and activities of the committee, shall supervise and coordinate the work of the committee, and shall report to the board on all committee activities. _________________ (Note: The above committee structure is in harmony with both the District Leadership Plan and the Club Leadership Plan. Clubs have the discretion to create any committees that are required to effectively meet its service and fellowship needs. A sample listing of such optional committees is found in the Club Committee Manual. A club may develop a different committee structure as needed.) Article 10 Duties of Committees The duties of all committees shall be established and reviewed by the president for his or her year. In declaring the duties of each, the president shall reference to appropriate RI materials. The service projects committee will consider the Avenues of Vocational Service, Community Service, and International Service when developing plans for the year. Each committee shall have a specific mandate, clearly defined goals, and action plans established by the beginning of each year for implementation during the course of the year. It shall be the primary responsibility of the president-elect to provide the necessary leadership to prepare a recommendation for club committees, mandates, goals, and plans for presentation to the board in advance of the commencement of the year as noted above. Article 11 Leave of Absence Upon written application to the board, setting forth good and sufficient cause, leave of absence may be granted excusing a member from attending the meetings of the club for a specified length of time. __________________ (Note: Such leave of absence does operate to prevent a forfeiture of membership; it does not operate to give the club credit for the member’s attendance. Unless the member attends a regular meeting of some other club, the excused member must be recorded as absent except that absence authorized under the provisions of the Standard Rotary Club Constitution is not computed in the attendance record of the club.) Article 12 Finances Section 1 – Prior to the beginning of each fiscal year, the board shall prepare a budget of estimated income and expenditures for the year, which shall stand as the limit of expenditures for these purposes, unless otherwise ordered by action of the board. The budget shall be broken into two separate parts: one in respect of club operations and one in respect of charitable/service operations. Bylaws of Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside, Dist-3140 (2009-10) Page 4 of 6
    • Section 2 – The treasurer shall deposit all club funds in a bank, named by the board. The club funds shall be divided into two separate parts: club operations and service projects. Section 3 – All bills shall be paid by the treasurer or other authorized officer only when approved by two other officers or directors. Section 4 – A thorough review of all financial transactions by a qualified person shall be made once each year. Section 5 – Officers having charge or control of club funds shall give bond as required by the board for the safe custody of the funds of the club, cost of bond to be borne by the club. Section 6 – The fiscal year of this club shall extend from 1 July to 30 June, and for the collection of members' dues shall be divided into two (2) semiannual periods extending from 1 July to 31 December, and from 1 January to 30 June. The payment of per capita dues and RI official magazine subscriptions shall be made on 1 July and 1 January of each year on the basis of the membership of the club on those dates. Article 13 Method of Electing Members Section 1 – The name of a prospective member, proposed by an active member of the club, shall be submitted to the board in writing, through the club secretary. A transferring or former member of another club may be proposed to active membership by the former club. The proposal shall be kept confidential except as otherwise provided in this procedure. Section 2 – The board shall ensure that the proposal meets all the classification and membership requirements of the standard Rotary club constitution. Section 3 – The board shall approve or disapprove the proposal within 30 days of its submission and shall notify the proposer, through the club secretary, of its decision. Section 4 – If the decision of the board is favorable, the prospective member shall be informed of the purposes of Rotary and of the privileges and responsibilities of membership, following which the prospective member shall be requested to sign the membership proposal form and to permit his or her name and proposed classification to be published to the club. Section 5 – If no written objection to the proposal, stating reasons, is received by the board from any member (other than honorary) of the club within seven (7) days following publication of information about the prospective member, that person, upon payment of the admission fee (if not honorary membership), as prescribed in these bylaws, shall be considered to be elected to membership. If any such objection has been filed with the board, it shall vote on this matter at its next meeting. If approved despite the objection, the proposed member, upon payment of the admission fee (if not honorary membership), shall be considered to be elected to membership. Section 6 – Following the election, the president shall arrange for the new member's induction, membership card, and new member Rotary literature. In addition, the president or secretary will report the new member information to RI and the president will assign a member to assist with the new member's assimilation to the club as well as assign the new member to a club project or function. Section 7 – The club may elect, in accordance with the standard Rotary club constitution, honorary members proposed by the board. Bylaws of Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside, Dist-3140 (2009-10) Page 5 of 6
    • Article 14 Resolutions The club shall not consider any resolution or motion to commit the club on any matter until the board has considered it. Such resolutions or motions, if offered at a club meeting, shall be referred to the board without discussion Article 15 Order of Business Meeting called to order. Introduction of visitors. Correspondence, announcements, and Rotary information. Committee reports if any. Any unfinished business. Any new business. Address or other program features. Adjournment. Article 16 Amendments These bylaws may be amended at any regular meeting, a quorum being present, by a two-thirds vote of all members present, provided that notice of such proposed amendment shall have been mailed to each member at least ten (10) days before such meeting. No amendment or addition to these bylaws can be made which is not in harmony with the standard Rotary club constitution and with the constitution and bylaws of RI. ********** These bylaws were read and approved in the Club Assembly held on Wednesday 7th July, 2009. Rtn Dinesh Pandya President Rtn Keval Vyas Secretary Bylaws of Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside, Dist-3140 (2009-10) Page 6 of 6
    • The Rotary Foundation - Club Recognition Summary Page: 1 as of March 2, 2010 Kalyan Riverside, Mah., India Rotarian Donors: District: Club: Account No. 3 Paul Harris Fellows: 1 Rotarian Non-Donors: 26 Benefactors: 3,140 0 Non-Rotarian Donors: 0 81013 N A M E Club Member Recognition Amount 81013 Alshi, Sushama Kishor Anthony, Varsha Sanjay Barot, Jigish Narharibhai Y 8030296 Bhade, Girish Vasant Y 6957156 Dahiwadkar, Hitendra V. Y 6957157 Dahiwadkar, Swapna Hitendra Y 8030295 Desai, Minesh Naresh Y 8094027 Gandani, Nitin Narottamdas Y 6957160 Ieetkar, Anant Murlidher Y 6957161 Jagadale, Bandu Ganpat Y 6957162 Kalhapure, Yogesh Vijay Y 1981825 Masand, Lachman Kumar Y 6957165 Mhaskar, Sanket Vikas Y 6957166 Nagwani, Sachin Balram Y 6957169 Nakrani, Navin Laljibhai Y 6957170 Nandi, Samir Kumar Y 2191298 Pandya, Dinesh Arunkumar Y $1,100.00 6957171 Pandya, Hina Dinesh Y $100.00 6957172 Patel, Harsukh Ravji Y 8094035 Patel, Naresh Rameshbhai Y 8030297 Patel, Suresh Abjibhai Y 871573 Raval, Vinayak Chandulal Y 6957178 Shah, Bhadresh Ratnapal Y 8094032 Sharma, Laxmikant Gopiram Y 6957181 Sharma, Rampal Abheyram Y 6957182 Sharma, Sunil Gopiram Y 8030294 Thakkar, Deven Ramanbhai Y ------------LAST CONTRIBUTION--------------Date Designation Y 6957155 Foundation Recognition Pts Y 6957153 PHF Date $600.00 R/C of Kalyan Riverside 6957152 Current PHF Level All-Time Giving: Nov-2009 $500.00 PHF May-2007 APF-SHARE Jun-2009 APF-SHARE
    • The Rotary Foundation - Club Recognition Summary Page: 2 as of March 2, 2010 Kalyan Riverside, Mah., India Rotarian Donors: District: Club: Account No. N A M E 1 Rotarian Non-Donors: 26 Benefactors: 81013 3 Paul Harris Fellows: 3,140 0 Non-Rotarian Donors: 0 Club Member 6956750 Vyas, Keval A. Y 6957190 Yavagal, Arun Kushalrao Y Recognition Amount Current PHF Level PHF Date All-Time Giving: Foundation Recognition Pts $600.00 ------------LAST CONTRIBUTION--------------Date Designation
    • The Rotary Foundation - Club Recognition Summary Page: 3 as of March 2, 2010 Kalyan Riverside, Mah., India Rotarian Donors: District: Club: Account No. 3 Paul Harris Fellows: 1 Rotarian Non-Donors: 26 Benefactors: 3,140 0 Non-Rotarian Donors: 0 81013 N A M E Club Member Recognition Amount Current PHF Level PHF Date All-Time Giving: Foundation Recognition Pts ------------LAST CONTRIBUTION--------------Date Designation This is your Rotary club's Club Recognition Summary. The report is available online to club presidents and club secretaries through Member Access at www.rotary.org. It is important that club officers take time to review this report. If you notice errors, duplicate accounts or have questions, please contact The Rotary Foundation: By email: By fax: By mail: Contact.Center@rotary.org 1-847-328-4101 The Rotary Foundation Attn: $600.00 Donor Operations: OA400 1560 Sherman Avenue Evanston, IL 60201-3698 USA For districts covered by a Rotary International Office, you may choose to work through the office that services your area. If you write, please include a marked copy of your report indicating the discrepancy and a brief write-up of the problem. You should also give your name, telephone number, fax number, email address, and street address so that staff may assist you as expeditiously as possible. Please note that the Club Recognition Summary is a "recognition" report - not a contribution report. For all constituents associated with a Rotary club, it summarizes Paul Harris Fellow (PHF) Recognition Totals and also Foundation Recognition Points available toward naming a PHF. A constituent can be a Rotarian (donor or non-donor), a non-Rotarian, a business or an organization. For confidentiality reasons, this report will not display recognition amounts greater than US$9,000. For Rotary clubs in Europe, Africa, Great Britain, and Ireland, the Club Recognition Summary only includes Rotary club officers, donors and recipients of recognition from The Rotary Foundation. Below is a glossary to help you better understand the Club Recognition Summary: Paul Harris Fellow (PHF): An individual who contributes US$1,000 (or in whose name US$1,000 is contributed) to the Annual Programs Fund or other approved programs. Multiple Paul Harris Fellow: A Paul Harris Fellow will receive a new pin for each additional US$1,000 personally (or in whose name is) contributed beyond his/her original PHF. 100% Rotary Foundation Sustaining Member Club: 100% status is achieved annually when every member of the club has personally contributed US$100 or more to the Annual Programs Fund by 30 June. 100% Paul Harris Fellow Club: 100% status is achieved when every member of the club is certified as a Paul Harris Fellow. This is a one-time recognition only.
    • The Rotary Foundation - Club Recognition Summary Page: 4 as of March 2, 2010 Kalyan Riverside, Mah., India Rotarian Donors: District: Club: Account No. 1 Rotarian Non-Donors: 26 Benefactors: 81013 3 Paul Harris Fellows: 3,140 0 Non-Rotarian Donors: 0 N A M E Club Member Recognition Amount Current PHF Level PHF Date All-Time Giving: Foundation Recognition Pts $600.00 ------------LAST CONTRIBUTION--------------Date Designation Below is an explanation of Club Recognition Summary columns: “*”: Indicates constituent is deceased. Account Number: A Rotarian's Rotary International membership identification number. If the account holder is a non-Rotarian, this is his/her donor account number. An individual should have only one account number. That number will always contain a Rotarian's membership and contribution history. Duplicate accounts should be reported to The Rotary Foundation as outlined above. “+”: Indicates that the individual is a Benefactor (has contributed $1,000 to the Permanent Fund or made provisions in their will of at least $1,000 benefiting The Rotary Foundation). Name: Listed are all constituents associated with a Rotary Club. Please note that name prefixes and suffixes and titles do not appear on the report, eg.: Mr./Mrs./Ms.; Jr./Sr./III. Club Member: This column states whether the person is a Rotarian in the Rotary club under which his/her name appears. Y = Active Member. N = Non-Rotarian. Recognition Amount: The total Paul Harris Fellow recognition credited to an individual's account. Recognition may be achieved with one's personal contributions to the Foundation, a contribution made on behalf of the account holder, or a transfer of Foundation Recognition Points from a Rotary club, district, or another individual. (Note: gifts to the Permanent Fund are not eligible for Paul Harris Fellow recognition and are not included in this column.) Current PHF Level: Recognition levels are determined based on the following guidelines: Recognition Amount PHF Levels Pin donor or recipient is eligible to wear -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1,000 to 1,999.99 PHF original PHF pin 2,000 to 2,999.99 PHF+1 one sapphire 3,000 to 3,999.99 PHF+2 two sapphires 4,000 to 4,999.99 PHF+3 three sapphires 5,000 to 5,999.99 PHF+4 four sapphires 6,000 to 6,999.99 PHF+5 five sapphires 7,000 to 7,999.99 PHF+6 one ruby 8,000 to 8,999.99 PHF+7 two rubies 9,000 to 9,999.99 PHF+8 three rubies Paul Harris Fellow recognition is applicable only to individuals. An organization can be recognized upon request with a Certificate of Appreciation when its Recognition Amount reaches $1,000. PHF Date: Indicates when the account holder became a Paul Harris Fellow. Foundation Recognition Points: Awarded in appreciation for contributions an individual personally makes above the initial US$1,000 but not yet allocated for Paul Harris Fellow recognition. Once an account holder achieves his/her initial Paul Harris Fellow, they may transfer their available Foundation Recognition Points to other individuals to name them Paul Harris Fellows. (Note: gifts to the Permanent Fund are not eligible for Paul Harris Fellow recognition and are not included in this column.) Last Contribution Date: Displays month and year of most recent contribution. Last Contribution Designation: Indicates the designation (Program Fund) of most recent contribution.
    • Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside Attendance Record 2009-10 Meeting Date Membership strength Attendance Make-up Total Average Attendance % 01-07-2009 21 15 1 16 76.19% 08-07-2009 25 14 5 19 76.00% 15-07-2009 25 16 3 19 76.00% 22-07-2009 25 11 11 44.00% 29-07-2009 25 20 20 80.00% TOTAL 121 09-08-2009 25 8 6 14 56.00% 12-08-2009 25 7 6 13 52.00% 16 Monthly average % 64.00% 85 19-08-2009 70.25% HOLIDAY PATETI 26-08-2009 25 TOTAL 75 16 02-09-2009 25 14 09-09-2009 25 15 16-09-2009 25 12 23-09-2009 25 30-09-2009 25 TOTAL 125 07-10-2009 25 15 2 17 68.00% 14-10-2009 26 9 7 16 61.54% 21-10-2009 26 11 4 15 57.69% 28-10-2009 26 16 16 61.54% TOTAL 103 04-11-2009 26 17 4 21 80.77% 11-11-2009 26 13 5 18 69.23% 18-11-2009 26 15 8 23 88.46% 25-11-2009 26 17 1 18 69.23% TOTAL 104 02-12-2009 26 09-12-2009 16-12-2009 23-12-2009 43 1 57.33% 15 60.00% 15 60.00% 2 14 56.00% 10 2 12 48.00% 10 1 11 44.00% 67 53.60% 64 62.14% 80 76.92% 14 1 15 57.69% 26 9 6 15 57.69% 26 17 17 65.38% 26 11 18 69.23% 30-12-2009 26 11 11 42.31% TOTAL 130 06-01-2010 26 12 1 13 50.00% 13-01-2010 26 13 3 16 61.54% 20-01-2010 26 14 2 16 61.54% 26-01-2010 29 18 18 62.07% TOTAL 107 03-02-2010 29 12 2 14 48.28% 10-02-2010 29 15 2 17 58.62% 16-02-2010 29 14 2 16 55.17% 24-02-2010 29 14 5 19 65.52% TOTAL 116 7 76 58.46% 63 66 58.88% 56.90%
    • Membership Classification  Classification list was updated in joint BOD meeting on June 05, 2009.  Member’s classification talk series was initiated and till date club’s 7 members were invited on the subject in four meetings. Membership Development & Retention  Membership retention is 22 Charter members out of 26 Charter members. This is 84.6% retention.  Club’s 1st Induction Ceremony was held on 29th July, 2009. 4 new members were inducted to club. DGE Dr Jayant Kulkarni was chief guest of the occasion.  Club’s 2nd Induction Ceremony was held on 26th January, 2010. On this day 3 new members were inducted at the hands of PDG Dr Ulhas Kolhatkar.  With addition of 7 members to the club till date, now membership strength is 29 active members. Club does not have any honorary member.  More women in Rotary: Our membership strength includes 4 women members. We will have more women members in the coming year, as some of them have been invited at the different occasions and meetings as prospective member. Fireside Meet  Fireside meeting was organized on 13th January, 2010 at farm house of our Charter Member Rtn Jigish Barot. Rotary Quiz  A meeting on Rotary knowledge is planned in April 2010. With Q & A and quiz, members will have a chance to test & update their Rotary Information. Rotary Information  Rotary information and updates are being published in our club bulletin. This includes RI President’s and TRF Chair’s message to Rotarians.  Members have attended District Seminars and Inter City Forums apart from District Assembly and District Conference. This enhances rotary information.
    • Club Meetings on Membership    22nd July, 2009 : Dist. Trainer Rtn Dr Lalit Katkar has enlightened us on ‘What Rotary to a new member’ & ‘How to be a good Rotarian’. 12th August, 2009 : Rtn PP Shridhar Gharpure was invited as Guest Speaker on very vital subject ‘Membership Growth’. 18th November, 2009 : Dist. Secretary Rtn Vinod Thakkar was with us on this Family Night to share with us ‘Rotary ki Khatti Mithi Baate’. Family of Rotary Weekly meetings and other programs are planned such a way that family members know what club is doing and what they need to contribute. Following meetings and programs were organized for family of Rotary:        July 29, 2009 Sept 09, 2009 Nov 04, 2009 Nov 14, 2009 Nov 18, 2009 Dec 02, 2009 Dec 19, 2009    Dec 30, 2009 Jan 26, 2010 Feb 16, 2010 - Induction ceremony – DGE Dr Jayany Kulkarni - Art of Living - The Rotary Foundation, by AG Sandip Patel - President’s family fellowship night. - Rotary gyan, by DS Vinod Thakkar - Aaj ki Jeevan Shailee aur Vastu Shashtra - Felicitation of Family members and Charter Night celebration. : Spouse Night - Cancer Awareness, - Glean Cancer Foundation. : Family Night - Induction Ceremony – PDG Dr Ulhas Kolhatkar. : Family Night - GSE Team visit. Venue: Chokhi Dhani. : Family Night : Spouse Night : Spouse Night : Family Night : Family Night : Spouse Night : Family Night Not only celebration time, we Riverside Rotarians are always support each member during their difficult time too. Two of us had lost father. Condolence meetings were called at their home to express our sympathy and concern. New Member Induction Procedure Club has adopted following procedure for membership development:  Identify prospective member. Active member of the club proposes Rotary to their family members, friends, relatives and business associates.  Prospective member invited to attend club’s meeting, other than club assembly, to know about club’s activity and fellowship with other members.  Proposer submits the Membership proposal form along with detailed biodata to board to approve membership. If proposed classification is not in the existing filled / unfilled classification list, board approves new classification to include in the list.  Name, Classification and other details of prospective member circulated to all active members after board approval.  If no written objection is received by board within 7 days, prospective member requested to pay admission fees and club dues. On receipt of dues, board plans the induction ceremony of the new member and declares him/her as elected member.
    • Public Relations Bulletin & Magazine  Bulletin Editor: Rtn Deven Thakkar Club publish weekly bulletin and circulate to all members and advertisers who have supported bulletin. Bulletin also used as membership development tool to promote club to prospective member. Publicity  Club’s activities are reported to local news paper.  Press members are invited to attend and report important club events.  General awareness advertisement was published in local ‘Marathi’ newspaper for two consecutive days prior to Holi festival. This awareness advertisement is about not to use water balloons, as it causes severe ill effect.  Blood donation camp pamphlets were distributed generously. This distribution not only made the camp successful, but had given a significant mileage to club image.  Large Hoardings and small banners were displayed at various locations for Blood Donation Camp.  Local Municipal Corporator was invited as Chief Guest for the Donation of material to Municipal school of Barave. Social Net Working on Internet  Club activity and photographs are being uploaded to social net working web site and photo sharing web sites.  Most social net working sites, namely Face Book, Orkut, Linked-In etc. are favorite among today’s young generation. With this, we can reach to youth. Joint Program with other organization  Medical Check-up and Cancer detection Camp was organised jointly with Shree Patidar Yuwak Mandal, Shahad. With this camp, not only a community service was gained, but a positive image of Rotary was presented.  A seminar on Safety & Energy conservation was also organized jointly with the same organization.
    • Club Administration Attendance  The attendance for each month uploaded at District’s Yahoo group.  Monthly attendance report is separately prepared and attached with this.  Members are encouraged to attend meeting at nearby Rotary Clubs for make-up and fellowship. Programs  Weekly programs are planned considering designated month, family and spouse participation, fellowship, Rotary information etc. and thus balanced programs.  Avenue wise statistics of club meetings as follows: o Club Service o Vocational Service : 5 meetings o Community Service : 9 meetings o International Service  : 18 meetings : 4 meetings Weekly meeting analysis on type of meeting indicates as follows: o Chief Guest / Guest speaker : 14 meetings o Our member as speaker : 6 meetings o Project meeting & Reporting : 5 meetings o Club matter & Project discussion : 5 meetings o Club Assembly, AGM 6 meetings : Sports  Club has participated in Rotary Premier League Cricket Tournament organized by Rotary Club of Mulund Hillview on 23rd January, 2010. Team of 13 Rotarians and 2 R-Anns had enjoyed cricket & fellowship. Rtn Yogesh Kalhapure was selected as Team Captain. Fellowship – Club level  For quality fellowship and understanding we have tradition to host Board of Directors meeting at each BOD member on rotational basis.  Club’s weekly meeting and celebration meeting includes 4 spouse night and 6 family night events. With these, our member’s spouses are now having a good time together.
    •  ‘Feminine Cluster’ is formed for better fellowship among R-Anns and Women members. A small phone book for them also published as handy tool to contact each other, with 4 Way Test printed on it.  Fireside meeting organized on 13th Jan, 2010 at Farm House of Rtn Jigish Barot.  Family Picnic organized on 8th Nov, 2009 at Shangrilla Resort. The event was organized under leadership of Rtn Sunil Sharma, Rtn Navin Nakrani and Rtn Harsukh Patel. R-Ann Beena Nakrani had organized ‘Tambola’ game. Group event of ‘Mural Painting’ was talk of the show and each member a painting as a memento of the family picnic.  Club’s 1st Charter Night Celebration was one of the best fellowship time for club members. The event was organized on 19th Dec, 2009 at Town Hall, Ulhasnagar. The entire celebration was planned by Rtn Varsha Anthony. Rtn Keval Vyas had personally approached each one to note the achievement of family member. Family members were felicitated on the occasion.  14th Nov, 2009, though clebrated nation wide as Children Day, but Riverside Rotarians has enjoyed great fellowship dinner at President’s Family Fellowship Night. President Dinesh has organized a fellowship party at his residence. Fellowship – Between Clubs  Riverside Rotarians are attending meeting at nearby Rotary Clubs for make-up of their missed meeting and enjoy fellowship with members of neighboring clubs.  GSE Team visited our club for a day on 16th Feb, 2010. The event was organized with a planning to get participation from neighboring clubs of North zone of the district. Members of Dombivli, Ulhasnagar, Kalyan and Bhiwandi clubs had participated in the event at different time slots. Constitution & Bylaws  Club’s Constitution and Bylaws are as per standard Constitution and Bylaws prescribed by Rotary International. As recommended by RI, we have adopted Club Leadership Plan and according Club Bylaws are amended on 8 th July, 2009 during 1st Club Assembly. Greetings  It is custom at Club to greet members at the start of the meeting for Birthday, Wedding Anniversary and Family member’s birthday.  At Riverside Rotary, we appreciate Rotarians for their contribution in club projects and also recognize them for professional achievement.
    • Service Projects - Medical Blood Donation  Project Chair : Rtn Bhadresh Shah. Club has organized ‘Blood Donation Camp’ on very first day of the Rotary year 2009-10. This was as directed by Dist. Governor during PETS. The camp was organized in residential area of Khadak Pada. Project Chair Rtn Bhadresh Shah had really worked very hard to make the event successful. At road side venue, without any supporting institute it was really a difficult task to get the donors on working day morning hours. Though it was difficult, we could collect 57 units during 9.30 am to 1.00 pm. Our AG Rtn Sandip Patel visited and encouraged us for organizing this camp successfully. With presence of 14 Rotarians, 4 Prospective members, dozen of family members, Rotaractors and visiting Rotarians from RC Kalyan had contributed for the success of the camp. Cancer Detection  Project Chair : Rtn Navin Nakrani & Rtn Dr Anant Ieetkar Cervical Cancer detection camp was organized on 5th July, 2009 at Patidat Bhavan, Shahad for Patidar community in association with Shree Patidar Yuwak Mandal. Total 52 female of age group above 40 years were beneficiaries of Cancer detection Camp. Project Chair Rtn Navin Nakrani and Rtn Dr Anant Ietkar had planned everything needed for the project. Medical Check up Camp  Project Chair : Rtn Dr Anant Ieetkar & Rtn Navin Nakrani Medical Check up camp was organized on 5th July, 2009 at Patidat Bhavan, Shahd for Patidar Community in association with Shree Patidat Yuwak Mandal. Total 160 persons have been benefited for general medical check up which includes Osteoporosis, BMI for Obesity Checkup, Blood Sugar / Diabetic Checkup, Blood Group Testing, BP etc. Success of the event goes to Project Chair Rtn Dr. Anant Ieetkar and Rtn Navin Nakrani. Thalassemia Awareness  Dist. Committee Chair Rtn PP Sajan Mulchani was invited as Guest Speaker for a spouse meeting on the subject on 10th Feb, 2010. He has informed all about Thalassemia with his simple story telling style. Health Awareness  On 9th Sept, 2009 Mr Pramod Malgi was invited as Guest Speaker on ‘Art of Living’. He has explained how the best and most easy way one can live and enjoy life with some simple Yoga and Breathing techniques.
    • Service Projects – Non-medical Tree Plantation  Project Chair : Rtn Sunil Sharma Tree Plantation was organized on 1st Oct, 2009 at Rita Memorial School, Kalyan. Project Chair Rtn Sunil Sharma had mobilized his efforts to make the project successful. Interact Club of Don Bosco School, Kalyan had also participated. Save Energy  Seminar on Energy Conservation Project Chair : Rtn Sunil Sharma. Seminar was organized on 11th Oct, 2009 at Patidar Bhvan, Kalyan. Mr. Praveen Rahangdale from MSEDC Nodal office was invited as guest speaker. His presentation was very effective with tips to save electricity. This seminar was organized under RSU banner and Project Chair Rtn Sunil Sharma had put his best to make it successful. Rotarians from near by clubs were also invited for this ‘Registration Free’ seminar.  Club has display of small banners with Energy Conservation message on it. The art work is used to prepare wall display and gifted to each member of the club. Design & Art-work prepared by Rtn Dinesh Pandya  Rtn PP Ramesh Sabnis has covered this subject during his speech. He has shares his knowledge of electricity distribution and transmission loss. Midday Meal Program  Project Chair : Rtn Vinayak Raval On 5th Sept, 2009 Midday meal was served at Gujarati Primary School at Kon village. Project Chair Rtn. Raval had mobilized his resources for this program. School Adoption  Though club has at this stage no plan to adopt a school but a guidance seminar & revision class to SSC students is club’s ongoing project at Saralgaon for three schools. Projct Chair : Rtn Keval Keval Vyas. Teacher’s Felicitation  Project Chair : Rtn Vinayak Raval 5th Sept is Teacher Day and club has felicitated 3 Teacher of primary school at Gujarati Primary School and Kon Village. Donation of Material to School    Project Chair : Rtn Deven Thakkar Donation Sponsors : Rtn Jigish Barot & Rtn Vinayak Raval Club has donated sitting mats for school students of Mahatma Phule Prathamik Vidyalay, Barave. Club has also donated two Tables & Chairs for teachers. Local Corporator Mrs Vanita Mhatre was Chief Guest and AG Sandip Patel was Guest of Honour of the event.
    • Vocational Service Vocational Tour  Project Chair : Rtn Girish Bhade Club has organized a Vocational Tour / visit to Water Treatment Plant of Kalyan Dombivli Municiple Corporation at Barave, Kalyan on 1st Nov, 2009. This WTP is supplying drinking water to some part of Kalyan city and nearby villages. Members have learned about what processes are and how important these processes are to make the water clean for civil supply. Seminar  Project Chair : Rtn Sunil Sharma Club has organized a Seminar on ‘Petroleum Product Safety’, ‘Energy Conservation’ and ‘Soft Skill’ on 11th Oct, 2009. DG T. N. Subramanian has inaugurated the seminar as Chief Guest, and AG Sandip Patel had appreciated club’s effort during concluding session. Club has not charged any registration fees from participants. This seminar was organized jointly with Shree Paatidar Yuwak Mandal, Shahad. Mr. Talwadkar from BPLC had presented some facts that we ignore while using and handling petroleum Products. Mr. Prain Rahangdale from MSEDCL has presented the system of distribution of electricity from power plant to our home/factory/office. Some tips on usage part and some technical knowledge on power saving. Rtn Umesh Grover of RC Thane West has presented the subject ‘Body Language’ which every one present had appreciated. With total attendance about 120 persons includes 15 Riverside Rotarians, 17 Dist Dignitaries, Co-Presidents & Rtn from nearby clubs. Computer Literacy  On 3rd march, 2010 our members had learned ‘Computer Advantages’. Rtn Deven Thakkar has made the session interactive and made it clear that what Computer Literacy is and how one be efficient with this multitasking machine. Classification Talk  As a part of team building, this ‘Classification Talk’ series is initiated. Our following Rotarians had shared his classification activity with club members on: o 7th Oct : Rtn Sushama Alshi and Rtn PE Sunil Sharma th : Rtn Keval Vyas and Rtn Yogesh Kalhapure th : Rtn Jigish Barot and Rtn Bhadresh Shah o 28 Oct o 25 Nov th o 9 Dec th : Rtn Arun Yavagal o 17 March : Rtn Varsha Anthony and Rtn Samir Nandi
    • Youth Development RYLA  Co-Host of Monsoon RYLA 2009 during 29th & 30th August, 2009. Club has sent two participants. Nature Trail  Project Chair : Rtn Sunil Sharma Club has organized a "Nature Trail" at Khandeshwar Caves, near Kalyan on 27th Sept, 2009. The program was organized jointly with Rotaract Club of Kalyan under RSU and 'Yuva Shakti' banner. Rotaractor’s participation  Our club do not have any Rotaract Club. Rotaract Club of Kalyan and Rotaract Club of Birla College, both the club has participated with us in following event: o Blood Donation Camp. o Nature Trail. o Both the Rotaract Club members were invited to our regular club meeting on 2nd Sept, 2009. International Service Slumber Kit  Club has participated in Slumber Kit distribution program organized on 12 th Feb, 2010 at Rotary Garden, Dombivli. 30 students from a school were selected. GSE Team Visit  Club has requested Dist Chair for participation in GSE Program for inbound team. Club has received GSE Team on 16th Feb, for a day. We have planned the entire day’s activity as cultural exchange. At evening, an open meeting at Chohki Dhani was announced for all near club to participate. RC of Bhiwandi, RC of Ulhasnagar Sapna Garden and Host families from Thane had enjoyed the evening with GSE Team members. International Fellowship Charter President Dinesh is member of following international fellowships:  Rotary Global History Fellowship (RGHF) with paid membership  Rotarians On The Internet ( ROTI )  Rotary International’s official group on LinkedIn  Rotary International’s official group on ‘flickr’ for photo share  Rotary International’s official group on ‘Face Book’
    • The Rotary Foundation Contribution  Club has contributed $500 to TRF. Our Rtn Girish Bhade has contributed this amount and he is our club’s very first PHF member. Information on TRF  4th Nov meeting was for TRF information for our Members. AG Sandip Patel was invited to make the subject easy. His presentation has encouraged us and Rtn Girish has announced to become PHF by contributing $500 Publication on TRF  Club has publishes a special issue of ‘Riverside Campfire’ booklet on The Rotary Foundation in designated month for TRF. AG Sandip Patel has released this publication on 4th Nov, 2009. This TRF issue was compiled, edited & Printed by President Dinesh Pandya. Polio Plus NID & SID  Club members participated for promotional and awareness activity for Polio NID and SID. We are collecting promotional material from Thane’s distribution centre. Support  Club has supported volunteers by visiting various Polio Booths within vicinity. Once club has sponsor snacks on 13th Sept, for volunteers as local authority could not able to manage on that particular date.  Above photo was selected as ‘Featured Photo of the month’ in RI’s December month interactive news magazine.
    • Thrust Area Global Worming  Tree Plantation at Rita Memorial School, Kalyan.  Seminar on Energy Conservation.  Banner display on Global Worming, Energy Conservation, Water harvesting etc. to increase awareness. Literacy  Guidance seminar for SSC Students at Bhadane School.  Donation of Sitting Mats for students and Table-Chair sets for Teachers at Mahatma Phule Prathmik Vidyalay, Barave.  Midday Meal at Gujarati Prathmik School.  Teachers’ felicitation on Teacher’s Day.
    • Designated Months August – Membership & Extension Month   Four New members inducted on 29th July PP Shridhar Gharpure has addressed weekly meeting on ‘Membership Growth’ on 12th Aug, 2009. September – New Generation Month   Weekly meeting on 2nd Sept was RYLA reporting meeting. On the day, Rotaract Club of kalyan and Rotaract Club of Birla College were also invited. Nature Trail on 27th Sept with Rotaractor. October – Vocational Service Month     Classification Talk series initiated. Meetings on 7th and 28th Oct were declared for the subject. Seminar on Safety, Conservation of energy and Soft Skill were organized on 11 th Oct, 2009 Rtn PP Ramesh Sabnis was guest speaker on 14th Oct, 2009 on ‘Vocational Service’. Vocational Tour at Water Treatment Plant on 1st Nov. Due to technical reason we could not get date during Oct month. November – The Rotary Foundation Month   4th Nov, 2009 meeting was on subject ‘The Rotary Foundation’ by AG Sandip Patel. Rtn Girish Bhade announced contribution of $500 and he became club’s first PHF. A small booklet ‘Riverside Campfire’ published by Rtn Dinesh Pandya on 4 th Nov, at the hands of SG sandip Patel. December – Family Month     Weekly meeting on 2nd Dec, 2009 was on subject of family interest. Mr. Sheshgiri Gosavi was invited as guest speaker for ‘Vaastu Shashtra in today’s lifestyle’. 19th Dec evening, we had celebrated club’s 1st Charter Night. This was Family celebration. Felicitation of Family members was done on 19th Dec, Charter Night. Last meeting of the month 30th Dec, members have updated knowledge on Cancer and its causes. Cancer Awareness’ was the subject this spouse night. January – Rotary Awareness Month    Club members had visited two neighboring clubs to more about Rotary. Participated in District Sports event to understand soul of Rotary ‘fellowship’. Dist Trainner Dr Lalit had addressed our club members on Rotary subject February – World Understanding Month  GSE Team visit for one day planned and club has arranged a full day cultural activities for them. Members of club had very good interaction with GSE Team members and Team leader about their culture, vocation and Rotary activities.
    • Rotary Service Utsav September - Nature Trail Club had organised a "Nature Trail" at Khandeshwar Caves, near Kalyan on 27th Sept, 2009. The program was organised jointly with Rotaract Club of Kalyan under RSU and 'Yuva Shakti' banner. October – Seminar on Vocational subject On 11th Oct, 2009 Club has organised a seminar to spread awareness about safety and conservation of resources such as Petroleum products and electricity along with "Soft Skill - Body Language". DG T. N. Subramanian was Chief Guest of the Seminar. We have Mr. Talwadkar, Dty Manager from BPCL to speak on General Safety and safety for petroleum products. There after we have Mr. Pravin Rahangdale, Asst. Manager from Nodal office of MSEDCL on Energy Conservation. We have star speaker from our Rotary Galaxy too. Rtn Umesh Grover from RC of Thane West has enlightened the subject "Body Language". November – Community Service Project Club had organised a Community Service project for Rural School at Bhadane, Near Saralgaon, Murbad on 14th Nov 2009. This school is rural school. RCKR had organised a guidance class for SSC students of the school. RCKR is organising this project since charter year and will continue on long term basis. December – Felicitation of Family Members Club has felicitated family members on 19th Dec for their achievement and some remarkable work done during last one year. Members have also celebrated a Charter Night.
    • District meets / Events PrePETS President and First Lady both have attended the event PETS President & Secretary (former, as he has resigned in July 2009) both have attended the event. Dist. Membership Seminar Club has participated in large number – 17 members and won highest registration recognition. Our two members Rtn Keval Vyas and Rtn Bhadresh Shah had won the ‘Rising Star’ contest on 1st and 3rd position respectively. President was declared as member who registered very first. Dist. Leadership Seminar President has attended this event Dist. Assembly Club has participated in large number, with 14 members and 2 family members registration. Dist. Conference District conference registration included President, First lady with two other couple and a member. Total 7 registrations from our club. Co-Host Events     TRF Work Shop at Thane, on 26 July, 2009 ICF on Enlightenment in Rotary at Thane on 2 August, 2009 Monsoon RYLA on 28, 29 August, 2009 ICF for New Members ‘TRYST with Rotary’ at Dombivli on 27 Sept, 2009.
    • Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside Weekly Meeting Report 2009-10 Date Venue Meeting Type Speaker Subject Thrust Area Avenue Committee Date Venue Meeting Type Speaker Subject Thrust Area Avenue Committee Date Venue Meeting Type Speaker Subject Thrust Area Avenue Committee 1-Jul-2009 Avon Building, Khadak Pada. Project Meeting Proj. Chair: Rtn Bhadresh BLOOD DONATION CAMP 56 units collected District Guideline Project Community Service Service Projects - Medical (5-Aug) 9-Aug-2009 8-Jul-2009 Pres. Dinesh's Home CLUB ASSEMBLY (1) Budget 2009-10 Club Bylaws other bussines of club. Club Service Club Admin. 12-Aug-2009 President's Home Computec, Rtn Deven's Office Regular Meeting at morning. Regular meeting Rtn PP Shridhar Gharpure RC of Kalyan POLIO Eradication & what is Membership Growth the role of rotary and rotarian. A short films were shown POILIO Comm. Serv MED + Int'l Serv Club service POLIO Membership - Recruitment 2-Sep-2009 Bhoir English School Regular meeting RYLA Participents and Rotaractors RYLA reporting and joint meeting with Rotaract Clubs. Community Service Youth Development 9-Sep-2009 Bhoir English School SPOUSE Night Mr. Pramod Malgi Art of Living Community Service Human Development 15-Jul-2009 R I President Dist. Governor Club President Club Secretary 22-Jul-2009 : : : : John Kenny T N Subramanian Dinesh Pandya Arun Yavagal 29-Jul-2009 Computec, Rtn Deven's Office Computec, Rtn Deven's Office Sahakar Mandir Hall Regular Meeting Regular Meeting Induction & Installation Rtn Dr Lalit Katkar Chief Guest: Dist Asst Trainer. DGE Dr Jayant Kulkarni Appointing new club secretary, What Rotary to a new member Induction of New Members & Induction Ceremony & Awards, How to be a good rotarian. Installation of New Incoming Club fees, Co-host TRF w/s Types of meetings Board Members Project discussion Club Service Club Service Club Sevice Club Admin. Rotary Information Membership - Recruitment 19-Aug-2009 NO MEETING HOLI DAY 26-Aug-2009 Bhoir English School CLUB ASSEMBLY (2) Invitee: AG Rtn. Sandip Patel Pateti Parsi New Year Asst. Governor's visit Club Service 16-Sep-2009 Bhoir English School Regular meeting Rtn Madhusudan Deokar RC of Kalyan Community development & CSR utilisation. Tree Plantation GLOBAL WORMING Commuity Service Environmental Development 23-Sep-2009 30-Sep-2009 Bhoir English School Regular Meeting Bhoir English School Regular meeting General Club matters Project discussion and club matter discussion Club Service Club Admin. Club Sevice Service Projects
    • Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside Weekly Meeting Report 2009-10 Date Venue Meeting Type Speaker Subject Thrust Area Avenue Committee Date 7-Oct-2009 Bhoir English School Regular meeting Rtn Sushama Alsi and Rtn Sunil Sharma Classification Talk by our members. Vocational Service ROTARY on Web World & Kalyan Riverside's presence on Web World. : : : : John Kenny T N Subramanian Dinesh Pandya Arun Yavagal Bhoir English School Regular Meeting Rtn Keval Vyas Rtn Yogesh Kalhapure Classification Talk by our members. Vocational Service International Service Rotary Info & PR Vocational Service 4-Nov-2009 11-Nov-2009 18-Nov-2009 25-Nov-2009 Bhoir English School SPOUSE Night AG Adv Sandip Patel Subject TRF Release of TRF issue of Riverside CAMPFIRE Bhoir English School CLUB ASSEMBLY (3) AGM announcement Bhoir English School FAMILY Night Dist Secretary Rtn Vinod Thakkar Rotary - Kuchh Khatti Mithi Bate. How to enjoy Rotary (invited prospective members) International Service TRF Club Service Club Admin. Club Service Membership 2-Dec-2009 9-Dec-2009 16-Dec-2009 Venue Meeting Type Speaker Bhoir English School SPOUSE Night Mr. Sheshgiri Gosavi Bhoir English School Regular meeting Rtn Arun Yavagal Subject Aaj ki Jivan Shailee aur Vaastu Shashtra Classification Talk by our member Thrust Area Avenue Committee 21-Oct-2009 Bhoir English School Regular Meeting President Dinesh Pandya Vocational Service Venue Meeting Type Speaker Thrust Area Avenue Committee Date 14-Oct-2009 Bhoir English School Regular meeting Rtn PP Ramesh Sabnis R I President Dist. Governor Club President Club Secretary 28-Oct-2009 Club Service PE Sunil Sharma as Chair Vocational Service Bhoir English School Regular Meeting Rtn Jigish Barot Rtn Bhadresh Shah Classification Talk by our members. Vocational Service 23-Dec-2009 Bhoir English School Bhoir English School 1st Annual General Meeting Regular Meeting Invitee: AG Adv Sandip Patel Election of Officers & Directors General Club matters for the year 2010-11. and Project discussion Club Service Club Administration Club Service 30-Dec-2009 Bhoir English School SPOUSE Night Mr. Rajendra Cancer Awareness Community Service
    • Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside Weekly Meeting Report 2009-10 Date Venue Meeting Type Speaker Subject Thrust Area Avenue Committee Date 6-Jan-2010 Bhoir English School Regular Meeting Presi. Elect Rtn Sunil Sharma Reporting of Pre PETS at Mahabaleshwar General Discussion about Club activity. District Award announced. 20-Jan-2010 Bhoir English School Regular Meeting Dist. Asst. Trainer Rtn Dr Lalit Katkar Rotarians approach towards Service Project John Kenny T N Subramanian Dinesh Pandya Arun Yavagal Sahakar Mandir Hall FAMILY Night Chief Guest: PDG Dr Ulhas Kolhatkar Induction Ceremony of 3 New Members. Club Service Club Service Community Service 3-Feb-2010 10-Feb-2010 (17 Feb) 16-Feb-2010 24-Feb-2010 Bhoir English School Regular Meeting Subject Slmber Kit Pproject & GSE Team visit planning Bhoir English School Chokhi Dhani Regual Meeting FAMILY Night PP Rtn Sajan Mulchandani GSE Team RC Ulhasnagar Sapna Garden Thelassemia Awareness Family meet with GSE Team Dist. Conference reporting & Award announcements Bhoir English School CLUB ASSEMBLY (4) Accounts 2008-09 OCV Planning Dist. Assembly registration International Service Community Service Medical International Service TRF Club Service Club Admin 3-Mar-2010 10-Mar-2010 17-Mar-2010 24-Mar-2010 Venue Meeting Type Speaker Bhoir English School Regular Meeting Rtn Deven Thakkar Bhoir English School CLUB ASSEMBLY (5) AG Sandip Patel Subject Computer Literacy Pre OCV Club Assembly Bhoir English School Regular Meeting Rtn Varsha Anthony Classification Talk Thrust Area Avenue Committee : : : : Rotary Information Club Service Membership Venue Meeting Type Speaker Thrust Area Avenue Committee Date 13-Jan-2010 Farm House of Rtn Jigish FIRE SIDE Meeting R I President Dist. Governor Club President Club Secretary 26-Jan-2010 Literacy Community Service Literacy Club Service Vocational Service 31-Mar-2010
    • Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside Date Activity 01-Jul-09 Blood Donation Camp 04-Jul-09 Guest / Speaker Asst. Governor Adv. Sandip Patel BOD Meeting 05-Jul-09 05-Jul-09 Activity Report 2009-10 Dist: 3140 Avenue Committee Sub-committee Service Projects Club Service Club Administration Community Service Service Projects Medical to list Mega Medical Check-up & Cancer Detection Camp D.G. T.N.Subramanian's Installation Ceremony Community Service Medical to list Fellowship 06-Jul-09 BOD Meeting Club Service Club Administration 08-Jul-09 CLUB ASSEMBLY FOR BUDGET Club Service Club Administration 15-Jul-09 Weekly Meeting Club Service Club Administration 22-Jul-09 Weekly Meeting Club Service Membership Continuing Member Education 23-Jul-09 Visiting Rotarinas (two) at RC of Kalyan Club Service Club Administration Attendance 26-Jul-09 TRF Work-shop Co-Host, at Thane International Service The Rotary Foundation 29-Jul-09 Induction Ceremony & Award Distribution Club Service Membership Recruitment 02-Aug-09 Co-Host: ICF on Enlightenment in Rotary Club Service Membership Continuing Member Education 06-Aug-09 Visiting Rotarion (one) at RC of Kalyan Club Service Club Administration Attendance 08-Aug-09 BOD Meeting Club Service Club Administration 09-Aug-09 Weekly Meeting International Service The Rotary Foundation Polio 09-Aug-09 Polio - Immunisation Day International Service The Rotary Foundation Polio 12-Aug-09 Weekly Meeting Club Service Membership Recruitment 17-Aug-09 Barave School Project: Donation of Furniture & Mats Community Service Service Projects Literacy Rtn Dr Lalit Katkar DGE Dr Jayant Kulkarni Short films on Polio Eradication. Rtn Shridhar Gharpure
    • Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside Date Activity Guest / Speaker Activity Report 2009-10 Dist: 3140 Avenue Committee Sub-committee 21-Aug-09 Condolense meeting at Rtn Yogesh Kalhapure's home Club Service Club Administration Family of Rotary 22-Aug-09 Visiting Rotarians at RC Ulhasnagar Club Service Club Administration Attendance 26-Aug-09 CLUB ASSEMBLY Club Service Club Administration 29-Aug-09 Co-Host for Monsoon RYLA with two participents Community Service Service Projects Youth Partners 02-Sep-09 Weekly Meeting Community Service Service Projects Youth Partners 05-Sep-09 BOD Meeting Club Service Club Administration Community Service Service Projects Literacy Community Service Service Projects Literacy Service Projects Human Development The Rotary Foundation Polio Community Service Service Projects Preserve Planet Earth 05-Sep-09 05-Sep-09 Asst. Governor Adv. Sandip Patel RYLA Participents & Rotaractors Mid Day meal project at Gujarati School, Kon Village Felicitation of Teacher on "Teacher's Day" at Kon Village Mr Pramod Malgi on Art of Community Service Living Club has sponsored snacks for International Service the Polio booth staff. 09-Sep-09 Weekly Meeting : Spouse Night 13-Sep-09 Polio - Immunisation Day 16-Sep-09 Weekly Meeting 18-Sep-09 Visiting Rotarians at RC of Dombivli & Club Flag given Club Service Club Administration Attendance 23-Sep-09 Weekly Meeting Club Service Club Administration Club Service 25-Sep-09 27-Sep-09 President & Rtn Hina has attended OCV of RC Ambernath Co-Host: ICF 'TRYST with Rotary' at Dombivly Rtn Madhusudan Deokar Fellowship Club Service Membership Continuing Member Education RSU with Youth Parteners 27-Sep-09 "Nature Trail" with Rotaractors Community Service Service Projects 30-Sep-09 Weekly Meeting Club Service Club Administration Club Service 01-Oct-09 Tree Plantation at Rita Memorial School with Interactors Community Service Service Projects Preserve Planet Earth
    • Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside Date Activity Guest / Speaker Activity Report 2009-10 Dist: 3140 Avenue Rtn Sushama Alshi & Rtn Sunil Vocational Service Sharma Committee Vocational Service Month Program 07-Oct-09 Weekly Meeting : Classification Talk 07-Oct-09 Emeergency BOD meeting for RSU Seminar on 11th Oct 10-Oct-09 BOD Meeting Club Service Club Administration 11-Oct-09 Seminar on Safety, Energy Conservation & CG: DG T.N.Subramanian Soft Skill Community Service Service Projects 14-Oct-09 Weekly Meeting Rtn PP Ramesh Sabnis Vocational Service Service Projects 21-Oct-09 Weekly Meeting : Rotary on Web Pres. Dinesh Pandya International Service Membership 28-Oct-09 Weekly Meeting : Classification Talk Rtn Keval Vyas & Rtn Yogesh Kalhapure Vocational Service Club Administration 01-Nov-09 Vocational Tour at Water Treatment Plant Vocational Service Service Projects 04-Nov-09 Weekly Meeting : Spouse Night International Service The Rotary Foundation T R F Month Program International Service The Rotary Foundation T R F Month Program Club Service Club Administration Family of Rotary Family of Rotary 04-Nov-09 06-Nov-09 Asst. Gov. Adv. Sandip Patel Riverside Campfire, 1st issue on TRF released at the hands of AG Sandip Condolense meeting at Rtn Minesh Desai's home Club Administration Sub-committee RSU Project, Preserve Planel Earth, Soft Skill Vocational Service Month Program Continuing Member Education Vocational Service Month Program Vocational Service Month Program 08-Nov-09 Family Picnic at Shangrilla Resorts Club Service Club Administration 10-Nov-09 BOD Meeting Club Service Club Administration 11-Nov-09 CLUB ASSEMBLY Club Service Club Administration Club Service Club Administration Fellowship Community Service Service Projects Literacy Club Service Club Administration Rotary Information Vocational Service Club Administration Vocational Service 14-Nov-09 Family Fellowship Party at President's home 14-Nov-09 Bhadane School Project of SSC students revision class 18-Nov-09 Weekly Meeting : Family Night 25-Nov-09 Weekly Meeting : Classification Talk Dist. Secretary Rtn Vinod Thakkar. Rtn Jigish Barot & Rtn Bhadresh Shah
    • Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside Date Activity 02-Dec-09 Weekly Meeting : Spouse Night 07-Dec-09 Weekly Meeting : Classification Talk 10-Dec-09 Visiting Rotarians at RC Sidhpur (Gujarat) 16-Dec-09 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 19-Dec-09 Avenue Mr Sheshgiri Gosavi on Vaastu Club Service Shashtra BOD Meeting 09-Dec-09 Guest / Speaker Activity Report 2009-10 Dist: 3140 Committee Service Projects Sub-committee Family Month Program Club Service Club Administration Vocational Service Club Administration International Service Club Administration Club Service Club Administration Charter Night Celebration Club Service Club Administration Family of Rotary 19-Dec-09 Recognition of Family Members Club Service Club Administration RSU Project (postponded) 23-Dec-09 Weekly Meeting Club Service Club Administration 30-Dec-09 Weekly Meeting : Spouse Night 31-Dec-09 Visiting Rotarian at RC Kalyan 03-Jan-10 Visiting Rotarian at RC Ulhasnagar Sapna Garden 06-Jan-10 Weekly Meeting 07-Jan-10 Rtn Arun Yavagal Asst. Governor Adv. Sandip Patel Mr Rajendra from Glean Cancer Foundation; on Cancer Community Service Awareness Vocational Service International Fellowship Service Projects Medical Awareness & Family Month Program Club Service Club Administration Attendance Club Service Club Administration Attendance Club Service Club Administration Continuing Member Education BOD Meeting Club Service Club Administration 13-Jan-10 Weekly Meeting : FIRE SIDE MEETING Club Service Club Administration Fellowship 20-Jan-10 Weekly Meeting Club Service Membership Rotary Awareness Month Program 23-Jan-10 Participated in Rotary Premier League Cricket Tournament Club Service Club Administration Fellowship 26-Jan-10 Induction Ceremony Club Service Membership Recruitment PE Rtn Sunil Sharma : PrePETS report Rtn Dr Lalit Katkar PDG Dr Ulhas Kolhatkar
    • Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside Date Activity Guest / Speaker Dist: 3140 Avenue Activity Report 2009-10 Committee Sub-committee 28-Jan-10 Visiting Rotarians (Four) at OCV of RC of Dombivli East Club Service Club Administration Fellowship 03-Feb-10 Weekly Meeting on Slumber kit & GSE International Service The Rotary Foundation Educational Program 06-Feb-10 DIST CONFERENCE Club Service Club Administration Dist. Event Participation 10-Feb-10 Weekly Meeting : Spouse Night Community Service Service Projects Medical 11-Feb-10 GSE Team visit announced at RC Kalyan International Service Service Projects International Service Club Service Club Administration Fellowship International Service The Rotary Foundation Educational Program International Service The Rotary Foundation Educational Program Club Service Club Administration 12-Feb-10 14-Feb-10 Rtn PP Sajan Mulchandani Slumber Kit distribution to 30 students, at Dombivli Visiting Rotarians at RC of Ulhasnagar sapna Garden 16-Feb-10 GSE Team Visit to our Club 16-Feb-10 Weekly Meeting : Joint meeting 24-Feb-10 CLUB ASSEMBLY 26-Feb-10 Attended Inaguration Ceremony of Property Exhibition by RC UNR Sapna Garden 03-Mar-10 Weekly Meeting - on Computer Literacy Rtn Deven Thakkar Community Service Service Projects 06-Mar-10 BOD Meeting Host: Rtn Girish Bhade Club Service Club Administration 10-Mar-10 PreOCV Club Assembly AG Rtn Sandip Patel Club Service Club Administration 17-Mar-10 Weekly Meeting : Classification Talk Rtn Varsha Anthony Vocational Service Club Administration 21-Mar-10 Polio - Immunisation Day SID International Service The Rotary Foundation Polio 21-Mar-10 Medical Check-up Camp at Village: Vashire, Tal: Bhiwandi. Community Service Service Projects Medical GSE Team Fellowship Literacy
    • Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside Date 04-Apr-10 Activity Guest / Speaker Donation of Fans & Tube Lights at ZP Rtn Rampal Sharma & Rtn School, Washere Sachin Nagwani. Dist: 3140 Avenue Activity Report 2009-10 Committee Sub-committee
    • Blood Donation Camp 1st July, 2009 Banner at Khadak Pada junction. Blood group & Hemoglobin Check. Blood donors on bed. Riverside Rotarians at camp. Satisfaction visible. Yes, I am ready. Rotaractors with us. Let me help you.
    • Mega Medical Camp 5th July, 2009 Mega Medical Check-up & Cervical Cancer Detection Camp jointly organized with Shree Patidar Yuvak Mandal, Shahad. Blood Sugar Check-up Osteoporosis Check-up Riverside Rotarians Senior Citizens Blood Group & Hemoglobin Check-up Blood Pressure & General Check-up
    • Induction Ceremony 29th July, 2009 Team 2009-10 4 New Members inducted at the hands of DGE Dr Jayant Kulkarni Deven Thakkar receives New Member Kit at the hands of DGE Dr Jayant Kulkarni Minesh Desai receives New Member Kit at the hands of DGE Dr Jayant Kulkarni Suresh Patel receives New Member Kit at the hands of DGE Dr Jayant Kulkarni Girish Bhade receives New Member Kit at the hands of DGE Dr Jayant Kulkarni Rtn Arun receives Secretary Pin and received charge from Rtn Keval. Rtn Sachin receives Pin as Treasurer at the hands of DGE Dr Jayant
    • Award Distribution 29th July, 2009 DGE Dr Jayant Kulkarni motivated us. Rtn Harsukh receives Gr8 Rtn of Charter Year Award Rtn Bhadresh receives Gr8 Rtn of Charter Year Award Appreciation Wards were given to all Individuals who supported us in 2008-09 Club Flag released at the hands of DGE Rtn Yogesh & Rtn Keval presented A skit on ‘What is Rotary’ Rtn Navin Nakrani and Rtn Arun Yavagal receiving Poster Frames at the Hands of DGE Dr Jayant. These Poster Frames of 13 designs were given to all members of club.
    • Barave School Project 18th Aug, 2009 Welcome at Mahatma Phule Prathamik Vidyalay, Barave Village Welcome - Smt Vanita Mhatre, ‘Nagar Sevika’ Chief Guest of the event. Welcome – Mr. Sarkate, Education Ext. Officer Students of school Now they have sitting mats Riverside Rotarians Rtn Jigish Barot handed over the Table & Chair sets to Principal Rtn Vinayak Raval handed over the sitting mats to Chiief Guest for school students AG Sandip Patel at this event.
    • Teacher’s Day & Midday Meal 5th Sept, 2009 Teacher’s Felicitation on Teacher’s Day Rtn Vinayak Raval on importance of event. Chief Guest Shri Abheraj ji felicitates teacher. President Dinesh felicitates teacher. Secretary Arun felicitates teacher. Shri Vinod Patel, President of Gujarati Education Society appreciated our club’s efforts. Midday meal served to students Midday meal served to students
    • Nature Trail 27th Sept, 2009 At Khandeshwar Cave with Rotaractors Let me have a look at first. Climbing above the cave. Walk on trek Out side the cave. On the rock ….. Just smile please…. Enjoying the green hills
    • Tree Plantation 1st Oct, 2009 Tree Plantation at Rita Memorial School, jointly with Interact Club of Don Bosco School, Kalyan Let me do it. Ready to serve Riverside Rotarians We are ready to save our mother earth. You go there, I will do it here….is team work. Vocational Tour 1st Nov, 2009 Visit to KDMC’s Water Treatment Plant at Barave.
    • Vocational Seminar 11th Oct, 2009 Dignitaries & Speakers on the dais DG T. N. Subramanian – lightening the Lamp. AG Sandip Patel – Lightening the Lamp. Rtn Sunil & Rtn Navin – joint efforts. Mr. Talwadkar from BPCL on Safety guideline on Petroleum Product. Mr. Pravin Rahangdale from MSEDCL on Energy Conservation Rtn Umesh Grover (RC Thane West) on Body Language – Soft Skill House full – almost.
    • Family Fellowship Picnic 8th Nov, 2009 Doing together….is teamwork. Mural Painting by Riverside Rotarians. ‘How I can do better than other…?’ Let me add some ‘value’ to it. Tamboal….by R-Ann Beena Nakrani. Gift for all kids…….and, Awards for winners. Unforgettable souvenir of the event. Each one get one painting. Winners of Essay writing on WTP visit.
    • Students Guidance & President’s Fellowship Dinner 14th Nov, 2009 Guidance Class for SSC Students. Our Club’s ongoing project at Saralgaon. Future of our country….today’s YOUTH. At school premises, Bhadane Village. Teachers & Rotarians, working together. Family of Riverside at President’s home. Feminine Cluster of Riverside Anns. Enjoying the moments. Say …. Cheese please……!
    • Charter Night Celebration & Felicitation of Family Members 19th Dec, 2009 Happy Birthday to our Club!!! Now its our time dear President. Let us dance to gether. Some tips & trick…or what? Riverside Rotarian Team Felicitating daughters of Rtn Suresh Patel. And this young boy has achieved…… Rtn Keval has done good job of collecting data. Members have recognized support of President’s family during club formation and till date.
    • Induction Ceremony II 26th Jan, 2010 Rtn Hina welcomes PDG Dr Ulhas Kolhatkar. Introduction of PDG Dr Ulhas by Rtn Keval. Introduction of New Members by Rtn Bhadresh PDG DR Ulhas offered Pin & Membership kit to Rtn Nitin Gandani. PDG DR Ulhas offered Pin & Membership kit to Rtn Naresh Patel. PDG DR Ulhas offered Pin & Membership kit to Mrs. Sharma as Rtn Laxmikant could not attend. New Rotarians in Rotary world. Recognition of Sponsor Rtn Bhadresh & Rtn Sunil by PDG Dr Ulhas
    • Induction Ceremony II 26th Jan, 2010 Induction Speech for New Members by Rtn Yogesh Kalhapure PDG Dr Ulhas, motivated all of us. Our Club’s special memento offered to PDG. PE Sunil offered Vote of Thanks Slumber Kit Distribution 12th Feb, 2010 30 Students & Teachers reached the venue. Happiness spread out. Students, Teachers & Riverside Rotarians at Dombivli Rotary Garden.
    • G. S. E. Team Visit 16th Feb, 2010 At Rotary Garden of RF of Dombivli East. With members of RCDE & RCKR Doll Museum of RC Dombivli East. At ‘Shilpalaya’ – A sculpture museum by Renowned sculptor Shri Sadashiv Sathe Sathe ji himself explained all about this museum and story behind every scene. Colour of Culture. Understanding ‘Pancha Karma’ by Dr Sania. Making of Ganesh idol from clay by Deepak Kumbhar. A skill & Culture demonstration. Cap collection by Cap collector Mr Anant Joshi.
    • G.S.E. Team at Chokhi Dhani 16th Feb, 2010 President Dinesh offered Club Flag to GSE Team Leader Rtn Hans at evening common meeting at Chokhi Dhani. Traditional dresses include marathi ‘Nav-Vaari’ to Gujarati saari and ‘Chania Choli’. Having fun at Chokhi Dhani Rajasthani theme based venue. Rotarians from Bhiwandi Clubs also participated in evening common meeting. Traditional Rajasthani style dinner Traditional Rajasthani dinner with ‘Paghadi’ on head. President Manchhalal Jain, RC Biwandi offered his club flag to Team leader. Rotarians from Thane.
    • Our Club Meetings Glimpse Club Assembly at President’s place th on 8 July, 2009. Club Assembly at President’s place th on 8 July, 2009. Club Assembly with AG Sandip Patel th on 26 Aug, 2009 RSU Chair Rtn Sunil Sharma presenting his rd Plan for RSU projects on 23 Sept, 2009 Rtn Suresh Patel introducing Guest Speaker th on 14 Oct, 2009 President Dinesh presented ‘Rotary on Web’ st on 21 Oct, 2009 Riverside Rotarians listening AG Sandip th On TRF, on 4 Nov, 2009 Rtn Jagadale introducing Guest Speaker th on 30 Dec, 2009
    • A. G. M. 16th Dec, 2009 Presiding Officer Rtn Dr Anant announced Elected body for the year 2010-11 AG Adv Sandip Patel congratulated all and expressed his observation about our club. President Elect Rtn Sunil Sharma received floral greetings from AG Sandip Patel Presiding Officer Rtn Dr Anant received floral Greetings from AG Sandip Patel Rtn Suresh Patel also recognized. Rtn Varsha Anthony Rtn Hina Pandya Rtn Jigish Barot.
    • Classification Talk Understanding our member’s Vocation th Rtn Sushama Alshi on - 7 Oct, 2009 th Rtn Yogesh Kalhapure - 28 Oct, 2009 PE Sunil Sharma - 7 Oct, 2009 Rtn Keval Vyas - 28 Oct, 2009 th Rtn Bhadresh Shah - 25 Nov, 2009 th th th Rtn Jigish Barot 9 25 Nov, 2009
    • Dist Leaders & Guest Speakers at our club Rtn Madhusudan Deokar (RC Kalyan) Tree Plantation : 16th Sept, 2009 Rtn PP Ramesh Sabnis (RC Kalyan) th Vocational Service : 14 Oct, 2009 AG Adv Sandip Patel (RC Kalyan) th The Rotary Foundation : 4 Nov, 2009 AG Sandip released ‘Riverside Campfire’, supplementary publication on The Rotary Foundation AG Sandip greets Rtn Girish Bhade and Congratulated him for his $500 contribution to TRF Dist Secy. Vinod Thkkar (RC Mumbai Dahisar) th Rotary ki kuchh Khatti Mithi Bate : 18 Nov, 2009 Mr. Sheshgiri Gosavi from Thane nd Vaastu Shashtra : 2 Dec, 2009 Mr Rajendra Salve (Glean Cancer Foundation) th Cancer Awareness : 30 Dec, 2009
    • Applying information technology to enhance Rotary service, fellowship, and knowledge. About ROTI ROTI Mission ROTI History ROTI Board ROTI ByLaws Join ROTI Member Report 3 Charter of RC of Kalyan Riverside January 2009 Communicate Members Database ROTI Email Lists The BreadBasket ROTIans on Skype Rotary Resources Matching Grants Downloads Rotary Links Other Activities ROTI Projects (1). Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside had inducted FOUR new members on 29th July, 2009. DGE Dr. Jayant Kulkarni was the Chief Guest of the ceremony and had offered Membership Pin and declared them as Rotarian. President Dinesh Pandya had introduced TEAM-09 of RCKR. He also presented the 'Journey 2008-09' of the Charter Year and expressed his gratitude to all who have helped to form this new club. Asst. Governor Rtn. Adv. Sandip Patel had introduced the DGE. DGE Dr Jayant's speech was very much inspiring for the new Rotarians as well. As per Rotary Tradition, each club have their own Flag, and on this occasion DGE Dr Jayant had released the first Club Flag of RCKR. President Dinesh had presented the Club Flag to DGE.
    • (2). Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside had released Laminated Posters at the hands of DGE Dr. Jayant Kulkarni on 29th July, 2009. These posters were distributed to each members, to display at their work place, for better community awareness and to increase Rotary PR. These posters are designed based on RI Thrust Area & Dist Thrust Area such as Polio, Water, Global Worming etc. Club had also published / displayed the small banners of the same design for display at public meetings / seminars etc. President Dinesh believe that with this project, not only a general awareness will spread about the today's need but the poster will certainly increase public relations and image of Rotary. Yours in Rotary, Rtn. Dinesh Pandya Charter President 2008-09 & 2009-10 Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside (Dist:3140) Mobile : +91- 9821334108 Office: +91-22-25854105 Res: +91-251-2233600: Back to the Reports Index
    • (2). Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside had released Laminated Posters at the hands of DGE Dr. Jayant Kulkarni on 29th July, 2009. These posters were distributed to each members, to display at their work place, for better community awareness and to increase Rotary PR. These posters are designed based on RI Thrust Area & Dist Thrust Area such as Polio, Water, Global Worming etc. Club had also published / displayed the small banners of the same design for display at public meetings / seminars etc. President Dinesh believe that with this project, not only a general awareness will spread about the today's need but the poster will certainly increase public relations and image of Rotary. Yours in Rotary, Rtn. Dinesh Pandya Charter President 2008-09 & 2009-10 Rotary Club of Kalyan Riverside (Dist:3140) Mobile : +91- 9821334108 Office: +91-22-25854105 Res: +91-251-2233600: Back to the Reports Index