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  • Core values  Rotary's core values represent the guiding principles of the organization's culture, including what guides members' priorities and actions within the organization. Values are an increasingly important component in strategic planning because they drive the intent and direction of the organization's leadership.Service We believe that our service activities and programs bring about greater world understanding and peace. Service is a major element of our mission. Through the plans and actions of individual clubs, we create a culture of service throughout our organization that provides unparalleled satisfaction for those who serve. Fellowship We believe that individual efforts focus on individual needs, but combined efforts serve humanity. The power of combined efforts knows no limitation, multiplies resources, and broadens our lives and perspectives. Fellowship leads to tolerance and transcends racial, national, and other boundaries. Diversity We believe Rotary unifies all people internationally behind the ideal of service. We encourage diversity of vocations within our membership and in our activities and service work. A club that reflects its business and professional community is a club with a key to its future. Integrity We are committed to and expect accountability from our leaders and fellow members, both in the results of our efforts and in the processes we use to accomplish our goals. We adhere to high ethical and professional standards in our work and personal relationships. We are fair and respectful in our interactions, and we conscientiously steward the resources entrusted to us. Leadership We are a global fellowship of individuals who are leaders in their fields of endeavor. We believe in the importance of leadership development and in leadership as a quality of our members. As Rotarians, we are leaders in implementing our core values. All of these core values are reflected in the Object of Rotary and The Four-Way Test, which we use in our daily lives. They inspire us to foster and support the ideal of service for developing and maintaining integrity in human relations.
  • Club pays RI dues on time (1st sem July; 2nd sem Jan)Club pays PRM/ Rotarian dues on time (1st sem July; 2nd sem Jan)Prompt submission of monthly reports to AG before the 5th of the succeeding monthInduction adjourns no more than 3 hours from stated time of start (evening: not later than 10:30 pm)Conduct/host/participate in Joint Club Meetings, 10 pts/mtgConduct/host/participate in Cluster Clubs' Meeting, 25 pts/mtg
  • Club pays RI dues on time (1st sem July; 2nd sem Jan)Club pays PRM/ Rotarian dues on time (1st sem July; 2nd sem Jan)Prompt submission of monthly reports to AG before the 5th of the succeeding monthInduction adjourns no more than 3 hours from stated time of start (evening: not later than 10:30 pm)Conduct/host/participate in Joint Club Meetings, 10 pts/mtgConduct/host/participate in Cluster Clubs' Meeting, 25 pts/mtg

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  • Strategic Planning
    PE Albert Atiwag
  • Outline
    Strategic plan guide for 2010 – 2011
    Presidential Citation
    District Goals
    Scoring System
    Committee Directors
  • VISION
    The service organization of choice with dynamic, action oriented clubs whose contributions improve lives in communities worldwide
    MISSION
    We provide service to others, promote integrity, & advance world understanding, goodwill, & peace through our fellowship of business, professional & community leaders
  • SUPPORT & STRENGTHEN CLUBS
    Foster club innovation & flexibility
    Balance activities in all Four Avenues of Service
    Promote membership diversity
    Improve member recruitment & retention
    Develop leaders
    Extend rotary
    Encourage strategic planning at club & district levels
  • FOCUS & INCREASE HUMANITARIAN SERVICE
    Eradicate polio
    Increase sustainable service focused on:
    Youth & young adult programs
    The Rotary Foundation’s six areas of Focus
    Expand strategic partnerships & cooperative relationships
    Create significant projects both locally & internationally
  • ENHANCE PUBLIC IMAGE & AWARENESS
    Unify image & brand awareness
    Publicize action – oriented service
    Promote core values
    Emphazise vocational service
    Encourage to promote their networking oppurtunities & signature activities
  • Presidential Citation for 2010-11
    Clubs are asked to complete the Presidential Citation questionnaire to test their activities in all four Avenues of Service.
    Each of the four categories offers a possible 50 points.
    The questionnaire is to be completed by each club and then sent to the district governor — not to Rotary International.
    The completed questionnaire must be received by the district governor no later than 31 March 2011 for the club to be eligible for the Presidential Citation
  • Presidential Citation for 2010-11
    Clubs that score at least 25 points in each category will qualify for the 2010-11 Presidential Citation.
    Clubs that score at least 35 points in each category will qualify for the 2010-11 Presidential Citation with Distinction.
  • Presidential Citation for 2010-11
    The answers to all questions on the questionnaire are subject to The Four-Way Test!
    Governors must certify the list of clubs that have earned the citation and the citation with distinction and send it to RI World Headquarters by no later than 15 April 2011.
    District governors will be accorded special recognition if 50 percent or more of the clubs in their respective districts are awarded the presidential citations.
  • Organizational Chart
  • Avenue Director Assignments
  • RCBSC RY 2010-2011
    COMMITTEES
    Club Administration (dues, PRM, attendance to district functions, etc..)
    Dir Peter Cating
    Dir JorisDacawi
  • RCBSC RY 2010-2011
    COMMITTEES
    Club Membership (attendance, orientation of members, retention, sisterhood..)
    Dir. Ed Mindaros
    Dir. Raffy Lopez (Youth)
  • RCBSC RY 2010-2011
    COMMITTEES
    Club Service Projects (RCC, Vocational, Rotaract/Interact, Water, health, hunger, literacy)
    Dir. Joey Ancheta
    Dir. Ed Dogui-is
  • RCBSC RY 2010-2011
    COMMITTEES
    TRF / INTERNATIONAL (GSE, Matching Grant, Nominees..)
    Dir. Tony Tactay
    Dir. Carlito Villanueva
  • RCBSC RY 2010-2011
    COMMITTEES
    Public Relations
    Wilson Manalo
  • CLUB ADMINISTRATION
  • RCBSC RY 2010-2011
    COMMITTEES
    Club Administration (club dues, PRM, attendance to district functions)
    Dir Peter Cating
    Dir JorisDacawi
  • CLUB ADMINISTRATION
    CA100 Club has adopted a Club Leadership Plan (with corresponding club resolution and new by-laws)
    CA200 Club has submitted Club Leadership Plans & Programs
    CA500 Club sends at least five (5) members to all DISTRICT EVENTS (50 points per district event)
    CA600 Club develops a Club Historical record
    CA700 1 NEW lifetime membership to PRM
    CA800 100% member subscriber to the Philippine Rotary Magazine
    CA900 100% of club members are lifetime subscriber to the PRM
    CA1000 Club registers at least one member for 2011 RI Convention (Montreal)
    CA1100 Attend the 2010 Zone Institute in Bangkok
    CA1200 Club paid dues thru members access
    CA1300 Club modified membership data thru members access
    CA1400 President-Elect attends PETS and DISTAS
  • CLUB ADMINISTRATION
    CA1500 To have a qualified faculty member to the District Rotary Leadership Institute
    CA1600 To able to partner with a foreign club during the Manila Zone Institute
    CA1700 Club submits to district the complete weekly copies of club bulletins per month (10 points per month)
    CA1800 Club hosts a District Function
    CA1900 Prompt payment of Governor's fund and Disaster relief fund
    GOVERNOR'S VISIT (Governor Graded)
    CA3000 Part 1 (DG, AG, and President plus DS and Club Sec meeting)
    CA3100 Part 2 (Presentation of Plans and Programs)
    CA3200 Part 3 (Active participation of club officers and members in the Visioning Process)
    (Governor Graded)
    CA3300 Induction starts on stated invitation time
    CA3400 Induction follows proper protocol
  • DISTRICT GOALS
    80% of Clubs to qualify for the RI Presidential Citation or Distinction.
    Kahit 80% lang…!
  • DISTRICT GOALS
    100% of Club Presidents & Secretaries to become member of the District e-group.
  • DISTRICT GOALS
    At least 1 new PRM Lifetime Subscriber per club.
  • CLUB MEMBERSHIP
  • DISTRICT GOALS
    To achieve 80% Membership Retention from July 1 SAR 2010.
    80%
  • DISTRICT GOALS
    Each Club to have a Net Increase of 15% in Membership by April 15, 2011.
    15%
  • DISTRICT GOALS
    All clubs to have a membership of at least 25 by April 15, 2011 and average of 85% Attendance per month.
    85%
  • DISTRICT GOALS
    To strengthen the District’s RLI with additional 50 Faculties.
  • CLUB MEMBERSHIP
    CM100 Increase Club’s net member by one Rotarian
    CM200 Club less than 25 by SAR July 1 becomes 25 or more on April 15, 2011
    CM300 Attains 10 % net increase in membership by April 15, 2010 (Clubs <35 July SAR)
    CM400 Attains 20% or more net increase in membership by April 15, 2011 (Clubs <35 July SAR)
    CM500 Attains 10 % net increase in membership by April 15, 2011 (Clubs >35 July SAR)
    CM600 Attains 20% or more net increase in membership by April 15, 2011 (Clubs >35 July SAR)
    CM700 Club President sponsors at least one new Rotarian 25
    CM800 Conduct New Member Orientation with every new candidate
    CM900 Maintain club attendance at more than 90% (including make-ups)
    CM1000 Maintain club attendance at 100% (including make-ups)
    CM1100 Club able to retain 90% of its original members on April 15, 2011 based on July 2010 SAR
    CM1200 Realize ZERO members' losses
  • CLUB MEMBERSHIP
    CM1300 Complete a Membership Survey for club
    CM1400 Conduct/host/participate in Joint Club Induction
    CM1500 Conduct/host/participate in Cluster Clubs' Induction
    CM1800 Sponsor one or more new Club(s) in District
    CM1900 To be able to establish NEW sisterhood agreement with one(1) major project with a local district club
    CM2000 To be able to establish NEW sisterhood agreement with one(1) major project with a club in another district in the Philippines
    CM2100 To be able to establish NEW sisterhood agreement with one(1) major project with a club in another country
    CM2200 Project involving Rotary spouses and children
    CM2300 Innovative/ Outstanding Membership Development Strategy/ Project Designed to increase membership/ Retention (Governor Approval Needed)
    CM3000 Every 20% increase in membership beyond 20% of July SAR (Clubs <35 July SAR)
    CM3100 Every 20% increase in membership beyond 20% of July SAR (Clubs >35 July SAR)
    CM3200 Club Attends Induction of Other clubs in District (10 points per induction)
  • CLUB SERVICE
  • SERVICE PROJECTS
    SP100 Club to conduct a service project for Water
    SP200 Club to conduct a service project for Health
    SP300 Club to conduct a service project for Hunger
    SP400 Club to conduct a service project for Literacy
    SP500 Club to conduct a large scale service project for Water (Beneficiaries of >200)
    SP600 Club to conduct a large scale service project for Health (Beneficiaries of >200 over 3 months or more)
    SP700 Club to conduct a large scale service project for Hunger (Beneficiaries of >200 over 3 months or more)
    SP800 Club to conduct a large scale service project for Literacy (Beneficiaries of >400)
    SP900 Club to hold a major PR campaign to create Rotary awareness for potential Rotarians
    SP1000 Club to conduct a 4 Way Test/ Ethics workshop.
  • SERVICE PROJECTS
    SP1200 To conduct a project to strengthen the Family of Rotary
    SP1300 Maintains existing Rotary Community Corp
    SP1400 Establish one new Rotary Community Corp
    SP1700 Maintains existing Interact Club
    SP1800 Establish one new Interact Club
    SP1900 Complete one project with Rotary Community Corp
    SP2000 Support a Youth Mentorship project
  • SERVICE PROJECTS
    SP2100 Start or support a career counseling and development program in club
    SP2200 Send 5 or more participants to the RYLA
    SP2300 Club member participates in international Rotary Fellowship programs
    SP2400 Club President speaks/ resource person in another Rotary club
    SP2500 Career development seminar to High School Students
    SP2600 For continuing an existing service project (at least 2 years excluding present year)
    SP2700 Club participates in the Model United Nations Assembly (youth)
    SP2800 Project sponsored or participated by club involving Street Children, abused or special children
    SP2900 Club able to tap and implement a project through the RI WCS program
    SP3000 Club Participates with other Clubs in Cluster Projects (All Clubs in Cluster must have participated)
    SP3100 Other Significant/Innovative/Outstanding Projects (District Governor Approval needed)
  • DISTRICT GOALS
    To involve The Family of Rotary in club projects 30% of Clubs to have an approved Matching Grant and or World Community Service Project.
  • Club Service
    Presidential Citation
    ❑ Did your club achieve a net gain of at least one member between 1 July 2010 and 1 January 2011 as shown on the club’s semiannual reports to RI? (5 points)
    ❑ Has your club adopted and used a valid membership recruitment plan, such as the Five for One plan? (5 points)
    ❑ Has your club developed and used an effective membership retention plan, such as the STAR program for the mentoring of new members? (5 points)
    ❑ Has your club established a written three-year plan for the club, which has actively involved the current club president, club president-elect, and club president-nominee, and any other club members selected by them, with the development and statement of three-year goals for each Avenue of Service and targets for club membership to support the new goals? (10 points)
  • Club Service
    Presidential Citation
    ❑ Has your club sponsored a new Rotary club that has been chartered within the past 12 months? (5 points)
    ❑ Are the regular meetings of your club consistently marked by both great fellowship and stimulating programs?
    (5 points)
    ❑ Does your club regularly send a weekly newsletter to all club members, either electronically or by postal mail?
    (5 points)
    ❑ Has your club developed and maintained a club Web site on the Internet outlining its membership, programs,
    projects, and achievements? (5 points)
    ❑ Does your club provide financial assistance to the club president-elect for his or her attendance at PETS or the international convention? (5 points)
  • DISTRICT GOALS
    80% Attendance of Clubs to all District Affairs.
    80% affairs
  • DISTRICT GOALS
    Charter at least 5 new Rotary Clubs.
    CLUBS
  • Vocational Service
    Presidential Citation
    ❑ Has your club sponsored an effective Four-Way Test essay or speech competition for young people within the past 12 months? (5 points)
    ❑ Have your club members been actively involved in providing career information for local school students within the past 12 months? (5 points)
    ❑ Have four or more of your club meetings been devoted to vocational service topics during the current Rotary year? (10 points)
    ❑ Has your club utilized classification talks by club members for at least three club meeting programs during the current Rotary year? (5 points)
  • Vocational Service
    Presidential Citation
    ❑ Has your club recognized the importance of high ethical standards and public values by giving an award, within the past 12 months, to honor an individual who exemplifies such traits? (5 points)
    ❑ Has your club recognized the importance of high ethical standards and public values by giving an award, within the past 12 months, to honor a business or other organization that actively promotes such traits? (5 points)
    ❑ Has your club developed and initiated a new vocational service project during the current Rotary year? (5 points)
    ❑ Does your club routinely provide a copy of The Four- Way Test and the Declaration of Rotarians in Businesses and Professions to all new club members as they join the club? (5 points)
    ❑ Did your club observe Vocational Service Month in October of 2010 with a special club program or other event? (5 points)
  • DISTRICT GOALS
    Encourage clubs to have projects about environment protection.
  • RCBSC RY 2010-2011
    COMMITTEES
    Club Service Projects (RCC, Vocational, Rotaract/Interact, Water, health, hunger, literacy)
    Dir. Joey Ancheta
    Dir. Ed Dogui-is
  • DISTRICT GOALS
    Each Club to conduct projects on Health, Hunger, Literacy and Water.
  • DISTRICT GOALS
    Each Club to conduct a joint project with RCC, Rotaract & Interact.
  • Community Service
    ❑ Has your club completed a significant community service project involving the active participation of virtually all the club members within the past 12 months? (5 points)
    ❑ Is your club currently sponsoring an active Interact or Rotaractclub? (5 points)
    ❑ Has your club sponsored a RYLA camp or a student participant in a RYLA camp within the past 12 months? (5 points)
    ❑ Has your club completed a community service project within the past 12 months that has improved the public image of Rotary in the community and also increased the pride of your club members in Rotary? (10 points)
    ❑ Has your club conducted one or more successful fundraising events in the past 12 months that have produced reasonable results for the amount of time expended by the club members and provided sufficient funds to conduct meaningful projects for the community? (5 points)
    Presidential Citation
  • DISTRICT GOALS
    Each Club to initiate an Adopt-a-Baranggay Project.
  • Community Service
    ❑ Has your club spent substantially more time and money, during the current Rotary year, on Rotary service projects in the community rather than using its resources to fund requests from other organizations for their projects without clear identification of your club’s contributions? (5 points)
    ❑ Has your club undertaken a community service project, during the current Rotary year, within one of the six areas of focus established by the new Future Vision Plan of The Rotary Foundation? (5 points)
    ❑ Has your club conducted a community needs assessment during the current Rotary year? (5 points)
    ❑ Has your club provided a community service project to benefit young people in your community within the past 12 months? (5 points)
    Presidential Citation
  • RCBSC RY 2010-2011
    COMMITTEES
    TRF / INTERNATIONAL (GSE, Matching Grant, Nominees..)
    Dir. Tony Tactay
    Dir. Carlito Villanueva
  • DISTRICT GOALS
    To achieve the $150,000.00 TRF Goal by April 15, 2011. All clubs to contribute at least $1,000.00 to the TRF.
  • DISTRICT GOALS
    To strengthen the District Paul Harris Society.
  • International Service
    Presidential Citation
    ❑ Is your club currently serving as the host club, or as the sponsor club of a candidate, for a Rotary Foundation Ambassadorial Scholar or a Rotary World Peace Fellow? (5 points)
    ❑ Has your club served within the last 12 months as a host club for a Group Study Exchange team or as the sponsor club of a candidate for a Group Study Exchange team? (5 points)
    ❑ Is your club currently serving as the host club, or as the sponsor club of a candidate, for a Rotary Youth Exchange student? (5 points)
    ❑ Has your club actively supported Rotary’s US$200 Million Challenge for polio eradication? (5 points)
    ❑ Has your club actively participated in a Matching Grant or a 3-H Grant from The Rotary Foundation during the current Rotary year? For clubs in a pilot district, has your club actively participated in a Rotary Foundation Global Grant during the current Rotary year? (5 points)
  • International Service
    Presidential Citation
    ❑ Has your club actively participated in an international project during the current Rotary year with the assistance of funds from a District Simplified Grant received by your district from The Rotary Foundation? For clubs in a pilot district, has your club actively participated in an international
    project during the current Rotary year with the assistance of funds from a Rotary Foundation District Grant received by your district? (5 points)
    ❑ Has your club supported a World Community Service project though a financial contribution, the donation of goods, or volunteer service in the past 12 months? (5 points)
    ❑ Has your club accepted the challenge of the Every Rotarian, Every Year initiative as evidenced either by a contribution from every club member to The Rotary Foundation during the current Rotary year or by an average contribution to The Rotary Foundation of at least US$100 per member for
    the current Rotary year? (10 points)
    ❑ Does at least one member of your club belong to a Rotary Fellowship or a Rotarian Action Group? (5 points)
  • ROTARY FOUNDATION
  • ROTARY FOUNDATION
    RF100 Achieve Club’s RY 2010-2011 Annual Programs Fund Goal ($1,000 per club)
    RF200 Club President contributes 1,000 Dollars to the Annual Giving Program 1
    RF300 Every 500 Dollars Contribution to the Annual Giving Program (200 points/ 500 Dollars)
    RF400 Every $20 contribution to the End Polio Now campaign
    RF500 To come up with a Fund raising activity in support of the End Polio Now Campaign
    RF600 Every member Joining the Paul Harris Society
    RF700 Submit a World Peace Scholar nominee for RY 2011-12
    RF800 Submit a candidate for Ambassadorial Scholarship
    RF900 Submit a candidate for GSE Team member
    RF1000 Submit a candidate for GSE Team leader
    RF1100 Host In-bound Group Study Exchange Team
  • ROTARY FOUNDATION
    RF1200 Participate in District’s Matching Grant project
    RF1300 Implement at least one Matching Grant project
    RF1400 Register project in RI project data base
    RF1600 Implements a large scale project with international sister club (>200 beneficiaries)
    RF1700 Approved (club sponsored) matching grant of less than $25,000 from TRF
    RF1800 Approved (club sponsored) matching grant of more than $25,000 from TRF
    RF1900 Approved (club sponsored) 3H grant from TRF
    RF2000 Club Participates in Cluster Lead District Matching Grant
    RF3000 Register 25% of Club’s members attends TRF Seminar
    RF3100 Become a “Every Rotarian, Every Year” (EREY) Member Club
    RF3200 Become a 100% Rotary Foundation Sustaining Member Club
    RF3300 Club registers 1 Major Donor to TRF
  • DISTRICT GOALS
    50 delegates to attend the Zone institute – Bangkok in November 2010.
    Bangkok 2010
  • DISTRICT GOALS
    50 delegates to attend the RI convention – New Orleans in May 2011.
  • DISTRICT GOALS
    Encourage clubs to have a foreign sister club.
  • RCBSC RY 2010-2011
    COMMITTEES
    Public Relations
    Wilson Manalo
  • PUBLIC RELATIONS
  • DISTRICT GOALS
    Each Club to have a major PR project for Rotary awareness and Public image.
  • DISTRICT GOALS
    Each Club to have at least One 4-way test Billboard in their communities.
  • PUBLIC RELATIONS
    PR200 Club’s activities featured in local newspaper once per month
    PR500 Club distributes GML/PRM/The Rotarians to workplaces, etc
    PR600 Club publishes a Club newsletter weekly
    PR700 Club participates in/hosts a radio or TV show related to Rotary
    PR800 Club installs Four Way Test signage
    PR900 Club installs significant road/building marker in meeting venue
    PR1100 Innovative Public Relation Activity (Governor Approval Needed)
  • Strategic Planning
    PE Albert Atiwag