RCMSL Phenomenal Aug 13 And 20, 2009


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RCMSL Phenomenal Aug 13 And 20, 2009

  1. 1. ROTARY INTERNATIONAL THEME IN 2009-2010 OFFICIAL WEEKLY PUBLICATIO OF THE ROTARY CLUB OF MAKATI SA LORE ZO PROGRAMME PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE ROWENA “Jing” SARAO Call to Order Pres. Jing Sarao Invocation Rtn. Shelly Lazaro Welcome to our 3rd regular meeting for our Rotary year and the entire district is slowing down on National Anthem inductions while in full swing with projects, seminars and Rtn. Alice Villanueva conferences. As we all know, we just finished a very hectic but fun 17th Induction last August 7. It was held at the Philippine Introduction of Visiting Army Officers Club. IPP Chacha Camacho really transformed Rotarians and Guests the place into paradise. It was indeed such a memorable and Rtn. Odette Ong successful induction. 15 of our sister club from Taipei Capital came. Charter President of Hongkong Channel Islands, Allan President’s Time Tang came as well.. Pres. Jing Sarao Introduction of Last week our club co-hosted the Dria. We Guest Speaker actually sent 8 interactors to attend this forum for the youth. It Rtn. Manu Alcuaz was held last August 8, 2009 at the Asia Pacific College. We also co-hosted the 2nd Vocational Caravan which was at the Guest Speaker Sister of Mary School in Biga, Cavite. The young boys and Augusto “Gus” girls were involved in interviews and personality development. Lagman And on that evening, our key members visited the wake of Junjun Binay’s wife, Kenken Binay. Then the group went to Adjournment Rockwell, Powerplant’s Pepper Lunch to have dinner. Pres. Jing Sarao This week we are focused on one of our biggest project which Program Moderator is the 3H Grant in Calawis, Antipolo but with a guest speaker, PP Mari Lacson Mr. Gus Lagman to talk about election automation. INVOCATION AUGUST Heavenly Father we praise and thank you for the 06 Marissa Fenton blessings of our careers in Rotary and the 07 Ian Vendivel vocation you have uniquely bestowed upon each 21 Marilou Romero of us. That we may be able to gain, not the 22 Nini Layug wisdom of the world, but Your kind of Wisdom dear Lord, that those who have less in life be filled with your blessings. All these we say in Jesus name. Amen
  2. 2. OFFICIAL WEEKLY PUBLICATIO OF THE ROTARY CLUB OF MAKATI SA LORE ZO Thursday, Aug. 13 & 20, 2009 17th INDUCTION A NIGHT OF GLITZ & GLAMOUR Friday, August 07, 2009, Philippine Army Officers Club (PAOC) RCMSL, RCTC - Gov. Sid & Wife Tesha INDUCTION CHARGING In the evening of August 7, 2009, the Philippine Army Officer’s Club was filled and oozing with beautiful people. It Pres. Jing Sarao – RCMSL & Pres. was indeed the night Marie Ma. -RCTC of glitz and glamour and it was the 17th Induction of the magnificent Rotary DG Sid Garcia, Tesha Garcia, Pres. Jing club of Makati San Sarao, IPP Cha-Cha Camacho, Sonie Lorenzo. A gathering Zamora, IPDG Boyet Limon of family, friends and loved ones filled with fun and laughter, food and drinks, everyone enjoyed the evening. SISTER CLUB SIGNING
  3. 3. OFFICIAL WEEKLY PUBLICATIO OF THE ROTARY CLUB OF MAKATI SA LORE ZO Thursday, Aug. 13 & 20, 2009 TRIP WITH SISTER CLUB Saturday, Aug. 08, 2009 INTERCON HOTEL BULACAN SUBIC PALUTO SA DAMPA On August 8, Taipei Capital sister club enjoyed out of town trip and experienced Bulacan. They enjoyed snacks at Citang’s snack house. Thank you to PP Maridel for hosting the lunch at the Subic Yatch Club then did a lot of sightseeing and proceeded to Dampa for dinner. We had crabs, prawns and seafoods. Dinner was hosted by PP Nini Layug, PP Beth Lao, Alice Villanueva, Tessie Santos and Mitzi Piad.
  4. 4. OFFICIAL WEEKLY PUBLICATIO OF THE ROTARY CLUB OF MAKATI SA LORE ZO Thursday, Aug. 13 & 20, 2009 LUNCH – PASEO DE UNO Sunday, Aug. 09,2009 Mandarin Hotel August 9 lunch was hosted by PP Marietha Holmgren at the Paseo Uno of the Mandarin Oriental. District Governor of 3830, Sid Garcia graced the lunch. LET’ LET’S PARTY Sunday, Aug. 09, 2009, Alabang (House of Rtn. Marissa Fenton) Dinner was all the way in Alabang. It was the birthday celebration of Marissa. The night was filled with fun, food, drinks and dancing.
  5. 5. OFFICIAL WEEKLY PUBLICATIO OF THE ROTARY CLUB OF MAKATI SA LORE ZO Thursday, Aug. 13 & 20, 2009 3H Grant - UPDATE Monday, Aug. 10, 2009, Brgy. Calawis, Antipolo On the fourth day, the group headed to Calawis, Antipolo to visit our 3H Grant project. We were welcomed by the warm folks of Antipolo. We met the Governor, Jun Ynares, the Mayor, Danilo Leyble and some important people. Our group was headed by DG Sid Garcia, IPDG Boyet Limon and DCC Mon Veluz who inducted our RCC. Lunch was hosted by PP Mari Lacson, Jing Sarao and Shelly Lazaro at Sonia Roco’s farm in Antipolo. Dinner was hosted by IPP Chacha and Randy Perez at the residence of Chacha.
  6. 6. OFFICIAL WEEKLY PUBLICATIO OF THE ROTARY CLUB OF MAKATI SA LORE ZO Thursday, Aug. 13 & 20, 2009 BUSINESS AFFILIATIONS Present Positions: Chairman Director Vinta Systems, Inc. STI College Recto (Developer of AI-oriented software products) Biometrix Technologies, Inc. STI College Caloocan; Novaliches Past Positions: Founding Chairman Director, 1st eBank STI College (HQ) Director, Aurotech Corp. Chairman & CEO President, Dataprep Philippines, Inc. EDP Systems Standards, Inc. Consultant President, Computer Scala Business Solutions, Inc. Associates, Inc. Methods Coordinator, IBM Protemps, Inc Philippines, Inc. Director, Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) I.T. INDUSTRY and OTHER PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS President South East Asia Regional Computer Confederation 2001 President IT Foundation of the Philippines (ITFP) 1999 President Philippine Computer Society (PCS) 1982-83;83-84;89-90;2000-01 1st “Hall of Fame” Awardee Philippine Computer Society 1992 Founding President IT Association of the Philippines (ITAP) 1984-86; 1988; 1989; 1999 Private Sector National Information Technology Council (NITC) 1994-2000 Representative Co-Chair, HRD Committee IT & E-Commerce Council (ITECC) 2001-2003 Member Governing Council, PCASTRD, DOST 2001-2007 Industry Captain, Electronics Sector Department of Trade & Industry (DTI) 1987-1991 Member Technical Panel on IT Education, DECS/CHED 1990; 2004-present Technical Panel On Tech-Voc Education, DECS 1990 IT Technical Panel, PCASTRD, DOST 1992 Vice-President, IT & Philippine Chamber of Commerce Services Division/Director and Industry (PCCI) 1992-95; 1998-2000 Chair, IT Committee Management Association of the Philippines (MAP) 1999; 2001 CIVIC-ORIENTED ACTIVITIES and OTHER AFFILIATIONS Member NAMFREL National Council 1992-2006 Head, Systems Committee NAMFREL Operation Quick Count 1984;86;87;92;95;98;2001;04;07
  7. 7. OFFICIAL WEEKLY PUBLICATIO OF THE ROTARY CLUB OF MAKATI SA LORE ZO Thursday, Aug. 13 & 20, 2009 Member, Steering Committee Coalition Against Corruption (CAC) 2004-present Member, Board of Trustees ATRIEV (IT school for the visually-impaired) 2004-present Vice-Chair, Program Comm. Bishop Businessmen’s Conf. (BBC) 2000-01 Member Cluster on Education, BBC 1998-2000 Past President Rotary Club of Makati-North 1982-83 Senator Makati Jaycees President Automobile Association Philippines (AAP) 2 005-present Vice-President, FIA Region II Federation Internationale de l'Automobile 2007-present Past President Auto Rallye Club of the Phils. (ARCP) 1983-90 EDUCATION Elementary: San Beda College High School: San Beda College Centennial Awardee for Science and Technology granted by the San Beda Alumni Association (1995) Bedan of the Century Awardee for Information Technology granted by San Beda College (2001) College: B.S. Mechanical Eng'g, University of the Philippines Achievement Awardee for IT Industry Development granted by the UP Alumni Engineers (2001) President San Beda College Alumni Association 1998-1999; 1999-2000 * CCP - Certified Computing Professional - awarded by the Institute for Certification of Computing Professionals, Des Moines, Illinois, USA Rotary Club of Makati San Lorenzo is now in Facebook: www.fbook.me/rcmsl Aug. 26 Governor’s day at Tuloy sa Don Bosco. 12nn. Aug. 28 Joint meeting with RCME at Turf room Polo RCMSL FELLOWSHIP Club. PASIG CLEAN UP. Lead club RCMSL & Monday, Aug. 13, 2009, Pepper Lunch RCME. Fellowship dinner after the We would like to appeal to everyone to please settle wake of Kenken Binay was at their quarterly dues and ads for souvenir program. For the Pepper Lunch in Power plant, Rockwell those paid, please disregard this. THANK YOU
  8. 8. OFFICIAL WEEKLY PUBLICATIO OF THE ROTARY CLUB OF MAKATI SA LORE ZO Thursday, Aug. 13 & 20, 2009 Becoming a Rotary club member What is Rotary? What are the qualifications for membership? Rotary International is an association of Rotary clubs worldwide. It’s Prospective members must made up of more than 32,000 Rotary clubs in over 200 countries and Hold (or be retired from) a professional, geographical areas. The members of these autonomous clubs are proprietary, executive, managerial, or community called Rotarians, and they form a global network of 1.2 million position business and professional leaders, all volunteering their time and Have demonstrated a commitment to service talents to serve their communities and the world. Individual Rotary through personal involvement clubs, in turn, belong to the global association called Rotary Be able to meet the club's weekly attendance or International. Find out more about Rotary’s history and structure. community project participation requirements Live or work within the vicinity of the club or surrounding area How do I become a member of Rotary? If you’re interested in joining a local Rotary club, submit a What are the responsibilities of membership? Prospective Member form, though individuals must be sponsored or Members are expected to attend weekly club proposed for membership into a club. Rotary International staff will meetings. They must pay annual dues to their process your information and forward it to local Rotary club leaders. clubs, their Rotary district, and Rotary You can also contact a local Rotary club directly. Use the Club International, and they’re expected to participate Locator to find clubs in your area. in local or international Rotary club activities or projects. Clubs encourage members to aspire to Often, a person being considered for membership is invited by a club club leadership or committee roles. member, or sponsor, to attend one or more club meetings to learn more about Rotary. In this case, the sponsor submits the candidate’s name to the club's membership committee. Please note that Membership in a Rotary club is by invitation only.