Issue : 29

Vol. : 33

Date : 22-01-2014

Pages : 04

Club Assembly by Assistant Governor for Zone 7:

Rtn.Dr.M.N.Bheemesh...
Junior Milton arrives !!!

RMA project
Pulse Polio Awareness
jatha was organised on
18th Jan 2014 by
Interact
club
members...
Sakhyã – a friendship meet
Sakhya a friendship meet for ISO s of 40 Inner Wheel
clubs was hosted by IW Midtown. An excelle...
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  1. 1. Issue : 29 Vol. : 33 Date : 22-01-2014 Pages : 04 Club Assembly by Assistant Governor for Zone 7: Rtn.Dr.M.N.Bheemesh Midtown boasts of many popular Rotarians at District level in RI Dist.3180, among these influential thinkers in the district - a smiling, friendly, learned and die hard optimist with “samasye illa” answer is our beloved Assistant Governor for the year 2013-14, Rtn.Dr.M.N.Bheemesh, fondly known as “Bheemanna”. Past President Rtn.Bheemesh joined Midtown during 1985 and has been actively involved in the club's activities in various capacities. He has been a part of the Club's board of directors on several occasions. He led the club during 2006-2007 with theme “Lead the Way”. Born in late 50's to a family of popular teachers, Rtn.Bheemanna carries the legacy of his father Asthana Vidhwan Prof M G Nanjundaradhya - a recipient of National Award as a Best Teacher, who served as Professor of Vedanta at Maharaja's Sanskrit College Mysore. Rtn.Bheemanna is married to Ann.Sumithra, a management graduate, the couple is blessed with daughter Annette.Nishita a Postgraduate in Speech and Hearing and serving as Speech Therapist at Bangalore and Son Annette.Nishanth, a qualified engineer. Rtn.Bheemesh pursued his LLM in International law and did his PhD in Media Law from University of Mysore. He has more than 2 decades of experience in teaching. As a Senior Advisor to ALMT Legal, he is involved in practice with special emphasis on Legal due diligence, Incorporation of Companies, Patents, Trade Marks, Copyrights, Industrial Designs, GIs, JVs & A&M Agreements. He is also a Director of NIALS (Bangalore). He is a visiting faculty at National Law School of India University, DED(Bangalore), School of Law-Christ University(Bangalore), IGTC(Bangalore),SDM-IMD(Mysore), Institute of Company Secretaries - Mysore Chapter. He has participated as resource person as well as organized and conducted several National and State Level Seminars and Workshops on various Subjects of Law. He presided over as Judge at the prestigious Philip Jessup International Law Moot Competition, Stetson Environmental Moot Competition and similar events on many occasions. He is a member of various academic bodies like Academic Council, Board of Studies and Board of Examination of University of Mysore, Christ University, Kuvempu University, Karnatak University and Karnataka State Law University, Chairman – Ethics Committee, Apollo BGS Hospitals(Mysore). An active member of NSS since college days, he continues to conduct and participate in various legal aid programs for the rural sector. It is a pleasure to officially welcome our own “Bheemanna” for the club assembly. Agenda for District Governor's visit on 29th January 2014 8:30 AM 10:00 AM 11:00 AM 12:00 Noon 12:30 PM 1:30 PM 6.30 PM Assembly & Breakfast at Hotel Ramya, Near Double Tank, (RTO) M.G. Road, Mysore Visit to RMA DG's Address to Staff of RMA Launch of RCC Vinyas Website Visit to Soofi Trust Meeting with President, Secretary & President Elect at RCL Hall, JLB Road Club Assembly at RCL Hall, JLB Road Lunch General Assembly* at Hotel Fortune JP Palace, Nazarbad, Mysore Dinner follows (*Attendance is mandatory for Midtown Rotarians)
  2. 2. Junior Milton arrives !!! RMA project Pulse Polio Awareness jatha was organised on 18th Jan 2014 by Interact club members of Rotary Midtown Academy. The jatha was flaged of by Rotary Midtown The Miltons were blessed with a baby boy on 20th Jan 2014 at BGS Apollo. Ann.Shama Milton delivered a healthy baby weighing 2.84 kgs at 2.47pm. Midtown heartily congratulates Milton & Shama and welcomes the latest Annette on the block. A c a d e m y Chairman Rtn. Allagappan. Jatha with Polio messages went around the K.H.B Colony spreading polio awareness. Quick look of Rotary District 3180 Rotary came to India in 1919. For a long time, the whole of South India was one RI District, comprising of States of Kerala, Mysore (now Karnataka), Tamilnadu, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra and Union Territory of Goa. In 1970 the RI District got redistricted into various RI Districts of 313, 314, 315, 316, 317, 318, 319, 320 and many more. Later in 1991, District numbers were changed by adding a zero to all the district numbers to make them four digit ones.  Now geographically Rotary District 3180 comprises of 8 Revenue Districts of Southern part of Karnataka namely: Chamarajanagara, Mysore, Kodagu, Hassan, Chikmagalur, Shimoga, Dakshina Kannada, Udupi. RI District 3180 is geographically further divided into Zones 11. District Secretariat and various District Committees work together. The District is led by District Governor alongwith team of Advisors and Trainers. Under whom there are 11 Assistant Governors and 41 Zonal Lieutenants. The whole team changes every year on 1st July.  As on 1st January, 2014, there are more than 5300 members from 136 Rotary Clubs(RCs) namely: Ambalpady, Ampar, Arkalgud Midtown, Arehalli, Arsikere, Bykampadi, Bajpe, Balehonnur, Bannur, Bantwal, Barkur, Bellare Town, Belman, Belthangady, Belur, Bhadhravathi, Bhadravathi Steel Town, Birur, Brahmavar, Byndoor, Cauvery Ramnathpura, Central Mysore, Chamarajnagar, Chamarajnagar Silk City, Channagiri, Channarayapatna Vision, Chikmagalur, Chikmagalur Coffee-Land, Derala Katte, Ganguli, Gonibeedu, Gonikoppal, H.D.Kote, Hanbalu, Hanur, Hassan, Hassan Midtown, Hassan Sunrise, Holenarsipur, Hangarcutta-Sansthana, Hunsur, Jayapura, Kadaba, Kadur, Kalasa, Kallianpura, Karkala, Katpaty, Kaup, Kinnigoli, Kollegal, Kollegal Midtown, Konandur, Koppa, Koppa Rural, KotaSaligram, Koteswar, Krishnarajanagar, K u n d a p u ra , K u n d a p u ra M i d t o w n , Kundapura South, Kundapura Sunrise, Kushalnagara, Lhasa Bylakuppe, Madikeri, Malpe-Kodavoor, Mangalore, Mangalore Central, Mangalore Downtown, Mangalore East, Mangalore Hill-side, Mangalore Metro, Mangalore Midtown, Mangalore North, Mangalore Port Town, Mangalore South, Mangalore Sunrise, Manipal Hills, Manipura, Misty Hills Madikeri, Moodabiri, Mudigere, Mulky, Mysore, Mysore Brindavan, Mysore Jayaprakash Nagar, Mysore Midtown, Mysore North, Mysore Royal, Mysore South East, Mysore West, Nanjangud, Narasimharajapura, Nitte, Padubidri, Parkala, Perdoor, Periyapatna Midtown, Puttur, Puttur City, Puttur-East, Quanta Hassan, Ripponpet, Sagar, Saibrakatte, Sakleshpur, Santhebennur, Shankernarayana, Shankerpura, Shikaripura, Shimoga, Shimoga Central, Shimoga East, Shimoga Jubilee, Shimoga Midtown, Shimoga North, Shimoga Riverside, Shirva, Siddhapura-Hosangadi, Somwarpet Hills, Sringeri, Subramanya, Sullia, Surathkal, T.Narasipura, Tarikere, Thekkatte, Thirthalli, Udupi, Udupi Midtown, Udupi-Manipal, Udupi-Udyavara, Uppinagadi, Vijayanagar Mysore, Virajpet, Vittala. Every Rotary Club is led by Club President alongwith President Elect, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and various committee Directors with different portfolio who change every year on July 1st. -Compiled by Ann.Anuradha Nandakumar exclusively for the District Conference
  3. 3. Sakhyã – a friendship meet Sakhya a friendship meet for ISO s of 40 Inner Wheel clubs was hosted by IW Midtown. An excellent idea, brain child of Dist. ISO Anuradha Nandakumar brought out all our hidden strengths in organizing the event. Meticulous planning, attention paid to detail in planning by Anoo and thorough execution by our members was a good combination to take the event forward. The flavour was ALL MYSORE, Mysore silk saree , Mysore Mallige to yummy Mysorepak and not to forget Mysore hurigalu in the goody bag for the guests. Lively voices of MCs Lavanya and Prabha ably supported back stage by Sudha and Vimala and Savitha's group ran the event like clock work. Great Menu planned and supervised by Vyjayanthi was the toast of the event. Sincere thanks to Rtn.D.Srinivasan for all his designing. -Anoo & Anu This is how Dist. ISO narrates the eventOn January 10th, 2014, Inner Wheel Mysore Midtown organized Inter District ISO Meet at Dhwanya Loka, Mysore. Presidents/acting Presidents and ISOs/acting ISOs from 14 Inner Wheel Clubs (IWCs) of our District 318 gathered there alongwith District Officers, Past District Chairmen and host Club members. IWC Mysore Midtown had decided to host ISO meet almost 8 months ago, when District ISO was chosen from Mysore Midtown, after the conference in 2012. The preparations were going on since almost a month after the date was decided. It was a much anticipated day, as for the first time after 10 years, a District event was being hosted by Mysore Midtown. Being the 90th International Inner Wheel Day, members were all excited to meet and exchange goodwill & friendship. Various competitions and a pageant were held. Firstly, District ISO studied 40 IWCs and gave merits for their participation in various competitions and in events such as Assembly, Rally, Conference held by the District, since 6 months since their term began. On the day, there were 13 participants who displayed their club flag, club bulletin, club roster and also a hand-made New Year Card, of which the best in each category was adjudged by 3 Past District Chairmen, playing judges who observed every detail.] The pageant started with Round 1- 'Me&My Club', when every participant had to introduce oneself and one's IWC in most creative way. Eleven participants were chosen for Round 2- 'Rapid Fire', when each one was asked to pick a quiz chit and answer the general knowledge question immediately. Five were selected for next rounds. Round 3-'Mummy Magic', they were given the task of preparing their daughter to go to school by tying hair, donning the uniform, packing lunch, packing books into the satchel handing over everything and rushing the daughter to school. For daughter's role, thanks to Rotary Midtown Academy, students were brought from their school. Finally Round 4-'Pick-Write-Speak', the five finalists were made to sit, pick an Inner Wheel Theme chit and write for 2 minutes about the theme. Three judges for the pageant were invited from VLCC, who adjudged winner, 1st runner-up, 2nd runnerup, best designer wear, best designer footwear, best designer jewellery and best hair-style. Trophies and Prizes were given away by District Chairman, PDCs and district officers. The hosts were in the traditional attire of Mysore-Mysore Silk sari & jasmine. The invitees were welcomed with hot coffee/tea and snacks. After the event, each one was served with Bale-yeleoota, the traditional lunch of Mysore; the taste still lingers on. The audience enjoyed the random play during the pageant winning lot of surprise gifts. On the whole, the event brought lot of mirth and zeal in the members, bothparticipating invitees and hosting members of IWC Mysore Midtown. An official touch outlined with fun and creativity was SAKHYA!
  4. 4. Rotary Information Practical Innovation Rotary launched three new sites this month that can help you strengthen Rotary's image, advocate for a polio-free world, and celebrate the successes of Rotary's 2012-13 fiscal year: Brand Center – Find everything you need to create club and district communications that reflect Rotary's new look and feel at www.rotary.org/brandcenter. The site is home to Rotary logos, templates, ads, images, videos, and more. Sign in to your My Rotary account and start exploring today. End Polio Now – It's easier than ever to add your name to a petition, sign up for polio eradication updates, and join the World's Biggest Commercial on the updatedendpolionow.org. You can also read stories from supporters across the globe, or share your own! Annual Report – See highlights of Rotary's 2012-13 fiscal year, including our progress on eradicating polio and new grant activity at www.rotary.org/annualreport. You'll also find financial reports and graphs that show how our funding is helping to create positive change around the world. A new 3D printer concept uses quick-drying cement to print a two-story, 2500 square foot home in less than 24 hours. The printer, designed by Professor Behrokh Khoshnevis, is equipped with two crane-shaped arms supporting the crossbeam that contains the printhead. The huge device is sent atop a set of tracks and would be able to work on all areas of the house at the same time. The process would be mostly automated, although the foundation, window head jams and a metal ceiling between floors would need to be completed by construction crews. More details at: http://inhabitat.com/large3d-printer-can-print-an-entire-two-story-housein-under-a-day/ Rotary Quiz Q: In which Indian city can you find “Rotary Peace Monument”? a) New Delhi b) Vadodra c) Mumbai d) Chandigarh Rotarians at Gruhapravesham of Rtn.Gopal's 'Roja Illam' Answer : Option D Courtesy : Internet Next Week Today'sTeaHost: Rtn.ElizarMilton District Governor Rtn.S.Gururaj's visit to Midtown. Program begins from 8.30 am and concludes with General assembly at Fortune JP Palace (6.30pm onwards) th Date : 29 Jan 2014 Please Attend Wedding Anniversary Wishes Chandragupta V Jain 26th Jan 1. IsittheTRUTH? 2. IsitFAIRtoallconcerned? 3. Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS? 4. WillitbeBENEFICIALtoallconcerned?

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