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1 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 Rotary Club of Batasan Hills Governors Visit and Induction Ceremonies at Global Lounge, Rotary Center, Quezon City August 21, 2013

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5 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 Message of the President RI President Ron Burton: Engage Rotary, Change Lives By RI President Ron Burton I’m looking forward to the Rotary year and the immense and humbling privilege of serving as your Rotary International president. During my presidential year, I’ll let you know on the Rotary International president’s Facebook page and in blog posts about some of my travels. I hope this will help you experience some of the magic of Rotary. I have to admit, during my first year as a Rotarian, I almost missed the magic of Rotary. I didn’t always care for the food and programs at the weekly club meetings, and I thought I had better ways to spend my time. But then my club president asked me to chair the Rotary Foundation committee. Rotary started changing for me after that. I found that the more engaged I became in Rotary and the work of The Rotary Foundation, the more I saw the magic of Rotary and how it changed lives. That magic may be a little bit different for each one of us, but it’s there for all of us when we really put our hearts into some aspect of Rotary service. For me, my heart is in the Foundation. I feel that every time you donate to the Foundation you’re saying, “It’s my resource, as a Rotarian; and it’s my responsibility.”

6 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 DG FRANCISCO “ FRANCIS” RIVERA District Governor RY RI District 3780, Quezon City, Philippines

7 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 RENATO TRINIDAD PRESIDENT, Rotary Club Batasan Hills RY

8 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 We will be the service organization of choice with dynamic, action oriented club whose contributions improve lives in communities world wide We provide service to others, promote integrity and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through our fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.

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10 Demetrio "Demi" AZdviento Jr. Accounting Services Teresita “Tess” Araneta Accounting Services Henedino “Dino” Brondial Legal Services / Legal Education Jenny Vi “Jenvi” Buslig Government Service – Legislative Branch Rebecca “Becca” Dela Cruz Insurance Santiago “Sonny” Dimaliwat IV Power Distribution Valeriano “Val” Farinas Trading and Services - Fire Extinquishers Milagros Leni ”Leni” Flores Govt Services - Taxation Jay “JJ”Jerota Corporate Legal Services Alva “Alva” Marasigan Construction &Dev’t Ma. Concepcion "Maricon" Lupisan Education

11 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 Raymundo "Jun" Sacayan Jr. Architect / Trading – Food Products Redel “Redel”Medina Sales Distribution Food Products Edgar "Edgar" Mendoza Legal and Accounting Services “Tomche” John Nufable Engineering Services Rossana "Anna" Paguio Govt Services –Power Distribution Romeo "Romy" Palanca Retail Trading – Construction Supplies Agnes "Agnes" Santos Govt Services – Taxation / Legal Education Prerit "Prerit" Sood IT Support Services Lisa "Lisa" Stafford Leasing - Residential Renato "Rene" Trinidad Trading – Electrical Supplies Teresita “Tess” Busadre High School Teacher

12 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 President RENATO TRINIDAD President-Elect /VP ATTY JAY JEROTA President Nominee ROSSANA PAGUIO Immediate Past President ATTY EDGAR MENDOZA Secretary ROSSANA PAGUIO Treasurer AGNES SANTOS Assistant Treasurer ALVA MARASIGAN Auditor SANTIAGO DIMALIWAT IV Sergeant at Arms DEMETRIO ADVIENTO, JR HENEDINO BRONDIAL Honorary CharterChairman REBECCA DELA CRUZ Club Trainor

13 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 RY RY RY RY RY , RY RY RY RY , RY RY RY 1998 – 1999 RY , 96-97, A gnes Santos Rebecca B. dela Cruz Edgar V. Mendoza Santiago Dimaliwat Raymundo Sacayan Valerio Farinas Maricon Lupisan Renato Trinidad. Santiago Dimaliwat IV Noel Guevarra Romeo Palanca Henedino Brondial Bienvenido Sison Henedino Brondial Chairman, Board of Advisers RY Edgar Mendoza

14 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 The Rotary Foundation: Club Administration : Club Public Relation : Membership : Service/ Project : Chairman’s Edgar Mendoza Agnes Santos Rossana Paguio Co-Chairman’s Raymundo Sacayan Jr. Henedino Brondial, Jr. Valeriano FarinasDemetrio Adviento, Jr. Rebecca dela Cruz Santiago Dimaliwat IV Rebecca De la Cruz Service to New Generation : J ay Jerota Lissa Stafford

15 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 ROTARY FOUNDATION PAUL HARRIS FELLOWS CP Ben Sison +3 RTN Roret Sison RTN Christopher Sison PP Maricon Lupisan PP Romy Palanca PP Rene Trinidad PP Jun Sacayan+2 Ben Sison Jr. PP Sonny Dimaliwat PP Edgar V. Mendoza + 2 PP Rebecca De La Cruz+1 IPP Agnes B. Santos PP Demi Adviento Jr RTN Jay L. Jerota ROTARY FOUNDATION SUSTAINING MEMBERS PP Dino Brondial +2 PP Rene Trinidad +2 RTN Arnel Navarro RTN Leo San Juan RTN Alicia Syyap PP Jun Sacayan PP Maricon Lupisan * Pres Edgar Mendoza PP Sonny Dimaliwat IV VP Tomche Nufable PP Becca Dela Cruz RTN Anna Paguio* RTN Jenvi Buslig* RTN Redel Medina* IPP Agnes B. Santos* PP Val Farinas +3 Rtn Lisa Staford* RTN Tes Araneta* RTN Jay L. Jerota* RTN Jolly Timbol* RTN Roret Sison* *Pledges

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17  To continuously strive to have a strong membership  To continuously recruit quality members by at least 20%  To develop quality leaders both for the district and club  To contribute to the TRF annually  To render service projects and build positive image for the Rotary  To use information technology and support the RI Cyber Rotary Club

18 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 Membership Dues 187, Fund Raising Foundation Solicitation50, Newsletter ad20, Donations 200, , TOTAL FUNDING SOURCES 457, Less: Projected Disbursements Project costs 100, Newsletter printing cost20, Membership Dues to RI 55, Weekly Rental-Venue25, , Net of Project Disbursements256,600.00

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20 To promote membership growth by at least 10% or 3 new members and ensure charter strength To guarantee a balanced club membership To assure quality membership, weed out inactive and non- paying members To recruit new quality members in the community service area such as Congress, residential subdivisions and other institutions in the area To revitalize the club membership and make it more vibrant and dynamic Strengthen honorary memberships

21 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 CLASSIFICATION/MEMBERSHIP Completion and update of the membership no later than October 31, It is the Membership Committee’s function to take positive action to initiate and present to the board names of suitable persons to fill open classifications. Each member of the club serves as an extension of this committee by virtue of the individual’s obligation to propose member to the Club’s Board of Directors. Recognize honorary members among those partners in our projects and future projects such as Congressman Winnie Castelo, spouse Precious Castelo, DEPED Superintendent Corazon Rubio

22 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 Invite Speakers of Rotary Districts Buddy System in recruitment Past Presidents to conduct orientation program for new members Identify signature projects where Club members can be proud to mention to prospects and recruits. PLANS AND PROJECTS Club goal setting on line My Rotary Moment featuring a rotarian’ story to share To take research on prospective members within the territorial boundaries of the club preferably. To develop a buddy system in recruitment of members. To invite motivational speakers on membership To secure the list of both filled and unfilled classification from the Classification Committee so that an evaluation can be made on the future recruitment of prospective members. Club goal setting on line My Rotary Moment featuring a rotarian’ story to share To take research on prospective members within the territorial boundaries of the club preferably. To develop a buddy system in recruitment of members. To invite motivational speakers on membership To secure the list of both filled and unfilled classification from the Classification Committee so that an evaluation can be made on the future recruitment of prospective members. Club goal setting on line My Rotary Moment featuring a rotarian’ story to share To take research on prospective members within the territorial boundaries of the club preferably. To develop a buddy system in recruitment of members. To invite motivational speakers on membership To secure the list of both filled and unfilled classification from the Classification Committee so that an evaluation can be made on the future recruitment of prospective members. Implement Membership Minute tips such as My Rotary Moment

23 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 Recruitment of members from the Congress, Sandiganbayan, COA, Batasan Hills area rotary district 3780 Invitation of prospective members during the fellowship night Implementing the charging and standard required meeting attendance prior to inducting the new members Recruiting associate members and honorary members Conduct interclub meetings to enable members to meet other members of the other clubs

24 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 To distribute to club members the pocket folder: “How to Propose a New Member,” which includes a membership proposal brochure attached to the brief description on the steps in proposing new members. To secure from the secretariat a list of Rotarians from other clubs who may have transferred territories and are now qualified in our club. To study the club image from the outside point of view and determine if there are things that may make them hesitant and lukewarm to respond to the club’s invitation to become new member.

25 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 To encourage club members to keep the Development Committee informed about business transfer, new business or offices being established in the community and other changes which affect membership growth. To award Certificate of Merits to club members which in one way or another contributed to the growth of the membership in the club, such as an award to be given at an appropriate function within the year. A net gain of seven(7) new members. The committee hopes to increase membership to 27

26 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 ROTARY INFORMATION Basically, there are three phases into which the program of Rotary Information of new prospects can be broken down. Induction Proper and welcome to the club. Pre-Induction Rotary Information The first six months as member of the club.

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28 OBJECTIVES Sponsor or participate in a functional literacy projects. Semi-annual medical, dental and optical services The organization of at least one (1) Rotary Community Corps within the Rotary Year

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30 PLANS AND PROJECTS

31 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 Medical and dental mission Set up a Rotary Community Corp at Northview 2 through the Northview 2 Aerobelles Participate in the Tree Planting - Urban Farming Pres C Aquino Elem School

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33 To host a GSE for one week - Jun Sacayan To host the vocational visit of a GSE

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35 Rotaract Programs Encourage them to become future members of RCBH and include them in the community service projects Establish a school based rotaract club Interact Programs Strengthen and increase membership in RCBH Interact Club at Batasan High School Attendance to Ryla, distas, interact convention

36 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 Early Act Programs Gift-giving for students from Batasan Hills Elementary School and Mother Ignacia Academy, a traditional Christmas project of the Club. Foods, games, fun and presents shall be served by the club. Attendance to RYLA Continuation of RY Rotaract Programs Interact Programs Early Act Programs Actions: Continue and improve existing projects. This shall ensure continuity both to RCBH and the respective beneficiaries.

37 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 Scholarship Project RCBH scholar is Ms. Kristalene Bitos Taking up Journalism at FEU College Advisement Project Targeted at senior students of high schools in Batasan Hills Objective is to provide overview of college courses in order to aid the students in their college course selection Formerly Interact Club Officer at Batasan Hills National High School Actions: All members have agreed to an increase contribution to cover cost of project. Actions: Need conduct short seminars that will provide overview of various college courses and the corresponding careers of such graduates. Possibly arrange a company visit for a number of students so they can

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39 OBJECTIVES A. To promote the rotary and the club to the public C. To conduct public relations effort to all service projects B. To conduct public awareness program D. To initiate moves for a well-informed membership.

40 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 UNTV Guesting to promote the projects Write up at Phil Star whenever possible Tarpaulin for all the projects Continually update the design & content of the club website Send regular article to GML PLANS AND PROJECTS New Batasan T shirt for the members as part of our OR

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42 Phf Contribution to increase by at least 20% LYUSD 4000CYUSD 5,000 PHF 5, Pres Rene Trinidad, IPP Edgar Mendoza, PP Becca dela Cruz, PP Dino Brondial, PP Demi Adviento, Jr,, Rtn Jenvi Buslig, PE Jay Jerota,, Sustaining Members -PP Sonny Dimaliwat IV, PP Agnes Santos, RTN Leni Flores, PN Rossana Paguio, RTN Lissa Stafford, RTN Tes Araneta EREY Club Avail of a global grant

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44 Objectives: To assist the President in the following: Ensuring the effective management of the club Develop and sustain a vibrant and strong club Establish a long term goal and a unique identity of the club

45 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 Best Practices Developing long-range goals that address the elements of an effective club Setting annual goals that support long-range goals Keeping all members involved and informed Communicating effectively with club members and district leaders Ensuring continuity in leadership from year to year

46 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 Customizing the bylaws to reflect club operations Providing regular fellowship opportunities Actively involving all club members Offering regular, consistent training Assigning committees that support your club’s operational needs, including: administration, membership, public relations, service projects, and The Rotary Foundation

47 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 Strategic Planning Need for Reassessment of the Club’s Long Term Vision, Mission, and Identity -Where we are now -Where are we going? -When do we get there? -How do we get there?

48 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 Reassessment -Current membership is 20 with the purging of membership Implement successful service projects -Implemented signature projects Support the rotary foundation -Contributed consistently in the TRF -Among the consistent top contributors Sustain or increase Membership Develop leaders beyond club level -Leaders active in the district

49 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 Issues Sustainability and consistency of club vibrancy Membership Retention Membership Recruitment Involved Participation in service projects Increase motivation and oneness of membership Rotarization of membership Need to increase core group

50 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 Club Administration Plans Redefine vision and mission of the club towards a sustainable effective strong club Establish a unique identity of which the club shall be known now and in the long term Realign our long term vision and club leadership plan Encourage more membership involvement Plan a recruitment strategy in coordination with membership committee e.g.Tap more candidates in Congress

51 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 Reactivate the members of BOD to monitor progress of the club Amend the by laws to reflect new structure and new meeting date and venue Conduct a member interest survey with members re: assessment of the club, what needs to be improved, what kind of fellowship would be interesting, etc., what are their areas of interests, Avail of the district matching or governors grants Fund raising programs for the projects

52 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 Prudent financial management through weekly/monthly preparation of the financial position Timely payment of SAR Subscription to PRM Closer coordination with the different committees One year calendar of activities, both district and club

53 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 New Idea Bank -New Idea per week and reward for chosen new idea -Set a 10 minute time for discussing new idea Once a month fellowship with family members -Sports activity, b day or anniversary celebration -Fellowship on the road twice a year Reactivate sunshine committee Conduct a meeting in a project site

54 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 Programs More coordinated and interesting weekly program prepared in advance Weekly bulletin via , minimal hard copies Change of Venue and meeting date Continuous education for the members -Classification talk of members at least once a month -Invite a speaker on different and relevant topics once a month or bi monthly -Join multi club meeting as avenue for meeting new rotarians

55 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 Establish a training plan for the members such as leadership skills assessment for the members Update the website every week Set up a facebook account for RCBH

56 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 Host a monthly/quarterly aero or combat exercise at Northview 2 Once a quarter joint or intercity meeting Assign a trainor- Sonny dimaliwat and assistant club trainor- Becca dela Cruz Send participants to the RLI regularly- 1 participant already attended- Jolly Timbol

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58 The goal of this year‘s Ways and Means Committee is to be able to raise at least P200, for the Club in order to carry out the projects enumerated herein. OBJECTIVES OUTLINE OF PLANS To attain this goal, we have lined up the following strategies: Solicit Ads for our regular weekly Bulletin for the Rotary Year Solicit funds from charitable individuals, charitable Financial Institutions or Corporations in the months of September to February this Rotary Year through the Rotary Club of Batasan Hills Association, Inc., a non-stock, non-profit association established by the club to give tax benefits to the donors.

59 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 Solicit Ads, sponsors for the club’s souvenir program on its 20 th anniversary Participate in the Gov Francis Golf Cup where the club will get a certain percentage of the proceeds coming from the sponsors. IMPLEMENTATIONS The above strategies should be implemented through the following means: Ads Solicitation for the Bulletin. The Club through the special effort of IPP Agnes Santos, PP Renato Trinidad, PP Demetrio Adviento, Jr., PP Henedino Brondial, PP Jun Sacayan, PP Becca De la Cruz and Pres. Edgar V. Mendoza will raise a total pledge of P20,000.00, net of printing costs. The sponsor Ads will be continuously published in our weekly bulletin for 30 consecutive Wednesday meetings starting September 2012.

60 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 Solicitations -Solicitation letters will be sent out to philanthropic individuals and Institutions such as PAGCOR, SWEEPSTAKES and other established private corporations to sponsor a Project which will be titled after the sponsoring entity or entries. This is possible with close coordination with the directors. -Solicitation letter will also be sent to foundations such as the Gilda C. Lim Foundation where the foundation normally gives P20, for every approved application c/o Rose N. Mendoza. Gov. Penny Golf Cup -Actively solicit sponsors for the Gov. Penny Golf Cup where the Club gets a certain percentage of the proceed.

61 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 FORMAT ON AWARDS (Established during the RY )  Adoption of a point system (SERVICE ABOVE SELF as the guiding principle)

62 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4,2012 GENERAL GUIDELINES IN THE SELECTION OF HONOREES: Re cognition day shall be every month of June  Committee on Awards appointment  Non-eligibility of Committee on Awards members  Strict Application of the guidelines  Tabulation of points on a weekly recording basis  Confidentiality of the proceedings of the committee on awards  Finality of the decision and exceptions  Period for filing of complaints  Complete autonomy of the awards committee  Qualifications to be eligible for any award  Effectivity of the format on awards

63 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4, :proposal of novel project implemented during the RY 150: attendance in clubs abroad 100: voluntary attendance in R.I affairs 50: full payment of annual dues on or before 30 July of the RY 50: voluntary attendance in regular weekly club meetings 30: attendance in regular weekly club meetings 30: invited as guest speaker by other Rotary clubs 30: sponsoring a new member Number of Points Activity

64 Governor’s Visit and Induction Ceremonies Sept. 4, : acting as ambassador of goodwill/fellowship, 20: attendance in club activities 20: voluntary hosting of fellowship meetings 20: full payment of first semester dues on or before 30 July of the R 20: full payment of the second semester dues on or before 31 Jan 15: make-up for missed attendance 15: bringing his Rotary Ann to Rotary affairs 15: inviting guest speakers 10: arriving before 7:30 pm meeting 10:attendance in fellowship,fireside meetings 10: contributing articles in the club bulletin 5: participation in club programs during weekly meetings 5: full payment of first semester dues on or before 28 February 5: bringing guest to regular weekly meetings and paying for their dinners.

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