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Phenomenal Oct 8, 2009

  1. 1. ROTARY INTERNATIONAL THEME IN 2009-2010 OFFICIAL WEEKLY PUBLICATIO OF THE ROTARY CLUB OF MAKATI SA LORE ZO PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE ROWENA “Jing” SARAO Four- The Four-Way My Dear RCMSL Family, Test of We had a simple and yet very meaningful MAPSA Awards ROTARY last week. As you all know, we have been doing the MAPSA Awards for 13 years already and it started during the time of PP Celia Cuasay. I would like to thank Dir. 1) Is it the Odette Ong for organizing the MAPSA awards this year. TRUTH? Our club did our share in helping the victims of Typhoon 2) Is it FAIR to all Ondoy. Last October 2, 2009, we distributed around 300 concerned? relief goods with RC Metro East Taytay at Lupang Arenda. Members who went to the relief operation braved the knee deep water just to reach out to our fellowmen. After 3) Will it build Lupang Arenda, we went to Ynares Multi-purpose covered GOODWILL and court to distribute around 150 relief goods to other victims BETTER of the flood. FRIENDSHIPS? IPP Chacha also organized a relief mission in Calawis Antipolo since there are families there affected by 4) Will it be landslides. We distributed relief goods, old clothes and BENEFICIAL to all medicines. Calawis is where we will be implementing our concerned? 3H Grant Project. octoBER 03 Erwyn Alcomendras 24 Prim de Guzman
  2. 2. OFFICIAL WEEKLY PUBLICATIO OF THE ROTARY CLUB OF MAKATI SA LORE ZO Thursday, October 08, 2009 MAPSA AWARDING Thursday, October 1, 2009, Manila Polo Club In line with the Vocational Service Month, RCMSL had its annual MAPSA Awards in Polo Club. This is already RCMSL's 13th year to recognize Outstanding MAPSA officers who exemplifies excellence in their vocation. This year's T/O AQUILINO VILCHEZ, JR. awardees are: T/O Aquilino Vilchez Jr., T/O Arthur Tabaquero, T/O Genilen Davis. T/O Genilen Davis was not able to receive her award since she died of cancer few days before the awarding. The awardees received a plaque and some monetary reward. Son of T/O GENILEN DAVIS t/o ARTHUR TABAQUERO
  3. 3. OFFICIAL WEEKLY PUBLICATIO OF THE ROTARY CLUB OF MAKATI SA LORE ZO Thursday, October 08, 2009 Typhoon relief Friday, October 2, 2009, Brgy. Sta. Ana, Taytay Rizal Last October 2, RCMSL join forces with RC Taytay Metro East for a joint relief operation at Lupang Arenda, Taytay Rizal. Lupang Arenda is a settlement near the Laguna Lake. Rotarians braved the knee deep water just to reach out to more than 500 families. We distributed food, water and old clothes to the beneficiaries. The water is not expected to go down until about 3 months. Kudos to Pres. Jing and Pres. Eric!
  4. 4. OFFICIAL WEEKLY PUBLICATIO OF THE ROTARY CLUB OF MAKATI SA LORE ZO Typhoon relief Thursday, October 08, 2009 Friday, October 02, 2009, Brgy. San Juan, Taytay Rizal After our relief mission at Lupang Arenda, we went to another site where we distributed 150 relief bags to 150 beneficiaries. They were already waiting for us at Ynares Multipurpose Covered Court. They were also flood victims in Taytay Rizal.
  5. 5. OFFICIAL WEEKLY PUBLICATIO OF THE ROTARY CLUB OF MAKATI SA LORE ZO Thursday, October 08, 2009 Typhoon relief Monday, October 05, 2009, Brgy. Calawis, Antipolo RCMSL and family members distributed relief goods to Calawis, Antipolo. We had to make a detour of 20 minutes because the bridge leading to Calawis was down.The roads were bad but we got there safely. Along the way there were so many landslides that it caused part of the road to erode. But everything was worth it all after seeing the happy faces of the Dumagats, Lemontados and the other residents of Calawis. Thanks to Rafa Garcia, Mara Villavicencio, Rissa Cortes and Cotton Villavicencio who came with RCMSL members PP Chacha Camacho, Marie O'Connor, Eugene Gonzales and PP Maridel Villavicencio. Calawis Antipolo is our adopted community and this is the site where our 3H grant will be implemented. BULLETIN BOARD •We will have Rotary in Photos activities on October 10. Those interested to join please advise Pres. Jing. •We will have a 4 in 1 literacy project on October 19, 2009 at Muzon Elementary School. •On to Montreal launch is on October 28, 2009, 6pm at Makati Sports Club. The guest speaker is Ambassador Robert Desjardines of Canada •October 29 is our Halloween party and new members night. Please invite prospective members to attend the event. •Just a friendly reminder, please settle your 2nd quarter dues and the 1,000 assessment for the typhoon ondoy victims.
  6. 6. OFFICIAL WEEKLY PUBLICATIO OF THE ROTARY CLUB OF MAKATI SA LORE ZO Thursday, October 08, 2009 Rotary provides urgent relief to victims impacted by natural disasters disasters Asia- in the Asia-Pacific region Rotary International News -- 7 October 2009 (EVANSTON, Illinois, USA, October 7, 2009) – Members of Rotary, one of the world’s largest humanitarian service organizations www.rotary.org, are providing urgently needed relief to those affected by natural disasters in the Philippines, Samoan Islands and Indonesia. As a community-based organization made up of business and professional leaders, Rotary is working through its clubs at the grassroots level to provide aid and assistance — both immediate and long term — to those impacted by these disasters. Examples of early Rotary relief efforts include: • Life-saving shelter, food and medicines to those impacted by the 7.6 magnitude earthquake that struck Sumatra Island on 30 September. Rotary clubs in Australia and New Zealand donated 10-person tents containing blankets, water purification, cooking equipment and other essentials in cooperation with ShelterBox. An international disaster relief charity supported by Rotary clubs around the world. • Food, water, shelter and clothing to those impacted by Typhoon Parma in the Philippines, which slammed into the country on 3 October. Local Rotary clubs distributed 700 relief packs composed of rice, sardines and instant noodles, and 300 ShelterBox tents were set up in the country’s mountainous northern region. • Emergency relief to victims of a tsunami, which struck the Samoan Islands on 30 September, following a series of earthquakes. Two-hundred Emergency Response Kits, each containing basic necessities such as blankets, food, clothing, cooking utensils and tools, toiletries, medical supplies and even candles and matches. Rotary clubs in New Zealand partnered with Air New Zealand to donate these kits – worth a total of US$55,200 in aid. Rotary clubs in New Zealand are also running an appeal for disaster relief funds. Those wishing to contribute can make donations through the internet to Westpac 03 1702 0192208 02, or by check made payable to RNZWCS Limited and posted to PO Box 20309, Christchurch, New Zealand 8543.

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