RCMSL Phenomenal July 30, 2009

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RCMSL Phenomenal July 30, 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 The first Membership Retention Seminar was held last July 25, Test of Saturday at the Palm Grove of the Rockwell Club. Rotary Club ROTARY of Makati San Lorenzo was co-host for this event. The guest speaker was no other than Mr. Francis Kong. 1) Is it the Rehearsals for our 17th Induction were held sevveeral times. On TRUTH? August 4, a forum called Every Reader a Leader wil be held at the Rigodon Ballroom of Manila Peninsula Hotel. This will be 2) Is it FAIR to all the formal launch of “Seed for Life”, a funding for projects. concerned? On August 6, the final induction rehearsal will be held at the PAO Club at Fort Bonifacio. And then, on August 7, Friday, the 3) Will it build arrival of our sister club from Taiwan, “RC Taipei Capital” is GOODWILL and expected with a large number of attendees from Taiwan BETTER numbering around 14 members. FRIENDSHIPS? Lastly our 17th Induction will be on August 7 at the PAO Cluib expected to be full of glitz and glamour. 4) Will it be BENEFICIAL to all A sisterhood agreement between our club and RC Metro East concerned? Taytay is also expected to be held during our Induction. INVOCATION JULY Dear Lord, use our Club as the 06 Philip Chien instruments of your peace so others 14 Rennie Andrews 31 Marietha Holmgren may live, use us to help heal the sick and the afflicted, guide us to comfort those who are oppressed. All these we say in Your name dear Father, Amen.
  2. 2. OFFICIAL WEEKLY PUBLICATIO OF THE ROTARY CLUB OF MAKATI SA LORE ZO Thursday, July 30, 2009 MEMBERSHIP RETE TIO SEMI AR Saturday, July 25, 2009, Rockwell Club The first Membership Retention Seminar was held last July 25, Saturday at the Palm Grove of the Rockwell Club. Rotary Club of Makati San Lorenzo was co-host for this event. The guest speaker was no other than Mr. Francis Kong. He spoke about how to retain the employees and members of your company. Lunch was served and it was so successful that a second seminar is already scheduled. President Jing Sarao attended the seminar together with her director Past President Cynthia Reyes. The speaker, Mr. Francis Kong distributed his books for a cause and signed every single one of them. The books were sold out.
  3. 3. OFFICIAL WEEKLY PUBLICATIO OF THE ROTARY CLUB OF MAKATI SA LORE ZO Thursday, July 30, 2009 I DUCTIO REHEARSAL Thursday, July 23, 2009, Brgy. Hall, San Lorenzo Village Several rehearsals were conducted in preparation for the 17th Induction of RCM San Lorenzo. The sessions were held at the San Lorenzo Village. The choreography was orchestrated by Louie Tan who included: tango, chacha and fashion show movements. Key personalities from the district such as Past District Governors were invited to be part of the dance routines. These are PDG Boyet Limon and PDG Jimmy Cura. Select past presidents of other prestigious clubs were invited to dance with our members. BULLETIN BOARD Other activities are slated for the following week. They are: August 4 Every Reader a Leader Forum August 6 Final rehearsal for Induction August 7 Arrival of sister club Taipei Capital 17th Induction August 8 DRIA held at the Asia Pacific College in Magallanes August 9 Birthday lunch hosted by Marietta Holmgren
  4. 4. OFFICIAL WEEKLY PUBLICATIO OF THE ROTARY CLUB OF MAKATI SA LORE ZO Thursday, July 30, 2009 Set goals and budgets A fter a project has been selected, it’s time to start planning. A good project plan will help your club manage its resources effectively, anticipate potential problems, and evaluate a project’s success. Establish a service projects committee For most clubs, the first step in planning a project is to set up a service projects committee, one of the five standing committees recommended in the Club Leadership Plan. It oversees all the club’s service projects from start to finish and is responsible for motivating club members and finding new service opportunities. Create project goals and a work plan Clear goals are important for organizing a project, defining its scope, and measuring success. After setting goals, create a work plan based on them. Work plans are simple schedules documenting each task involved in reaching the project’s objectives. Develop a budget Realistic financial expectations, outlined in a detailed budget, will lessen the chances of unforeseen costs arising as the project progresses. Base the budget on your work plan, and aim for transparency in all aspects of your planning. A good budget not only helps clubs efficiently manage project resources but also builds community support and protects resources from misuse. Remember when budgeting for travel that Rotary and United Airlines can help you collect miles for your humanitarian project trips. Make a project liability and protection plan How would your club react if an accident occurred during a service project? Does it have a plan to deal with emergencies? Is it protected legally? As your club plans a service project, think carefully about how you can take measures to protect the club and project participants. The Rotary U.S. Club and District General Liability Insurance program provides coverage for active clubs and districts.

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