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1 The Peninsula Post It is our pleasure to present to you the July11 issue of Peninsula Post – the mouthpiece of Rotary Club of Bombay Peninsula. This is a medium to connect you with the happenings at Peninsula. You would have been a part of most such happenings. We seek to bring the vivid images, descriptions of such happenings to you to make up for what you may have missed. We begin this Rotary year with a change of guard. Rtn Jaykumar Toshniwal takes charge from Rtn Chandrashekhar Daga. The new Board of Directors take charge from the outgoing Board. The Board displays a heady mix of fresh talent and wealth of experience. It imbibes the Club Leadership Plan. July 2011

2 From The President’s Desk From the President’s Desk: My sincere thanks to all members for “electing” me as President of our club. It is my privilege and value your judgement. I look forward to my Presidential year as a year of opportunity: Opportunity to know our members better. *To work with members closely. *To nurture leadership skills, people skills. *To add dimension of speed in work. *To multi-task on continuous basis. *To enroll more members in club activities. *To increase visibility of our club in various forums.To develop strategic plan for the club. *To develop leadership pipeline in the club. *To increase engagement in community service – medical, non-medical, vocational.To sponsor & incubate Rotract club.To enrich membership profile of the club. *To raise membership strength. *To continue creating great.Fellowship opportunities – our club is known for this. I thank all members of the Board and various Club Committees for reposing confidence in my and giving me an opportunity to work with them. I shall strive to support them in all their endeavors to bring glory to the club. The Board has been so structured as to maintain the subtle balance between bringing in fresh faces and retaining wealth of experience. The idea is to awaken latent talent and nurture it to further activate more members in the club activities and to build up a strong leadership pipeline.I seek your blessings, support and positive co-operation in my mission, nay, our mission Peninsula. With warm regards, Jay Toshniwal President

3 21 st Installation Function: Sunday 26-Jun-2011 at MVM Banquets New President Change of guardPresident Elect Members and Ann Board of DirectorsHall of Fame

4 New Peninsulaites with Anns

5 Shaam-e-Ghazal: 03-Jul-11 Our member Rtn Ashok Kelkar invited all club members to an evening of gazals (competion) at Dadar Matunga Cultural Centre, Dadar. This organization regularly conducts music competitions across several cities spanning few months with finals around December.

6 RIP inaugurates RCBCT “Saarthak” Vocational Training centre: 04-Jul-11 RIP Kalyan Banerjee inaugurated “Saarthak” the vocational training centre initiated by Rotary Club of Bombay Central at YMCA near Maratha Mandir Cinema. Our members Anil Jain, Anup & Seema Taparia attended the function.

7 07-Jul-11 Prabhu Sura Das, Temple President, ISKON Kharghar visited and blessed the club and members. He talked about relevance of religion with new generation.

8 Interact Club: 14-Jul-11

9 Weekly meeting: 14-Jul-11 Shri Anurag Kedia, CEO, The Four Fountain spa presented the nature of spa, types of spa treatment, product and market differentiation strategy to scale up the spa services. He presented special discount vouchers to all members present.

10 Weekly meeting: 21-Jul-11 Shri B.K.Soni, CEO, Eco Recycling Ltd presented the growing menace of e-Waste and showed that management of e-Waste is a good business opportunity. It also helps reduce carbon footprint.

11 Weekly meeting: 28-Jul-11: Dr. Mona Shah, Eye surgeon, Activist, candidate for Indian Parliamentary elections 2009 spoke on the then burning issue “Jan Lokpal Bill” and highlighted glaring differences between the Government’s Lokpal Bill and Jan Lokpal bill. She also offered co-operation, guidance and help for our club’s Cataract Eye Surgery project.

12 District 3140 News Our club co-hosted the District Seminar on Polio Plus held on Sunday 31-Jul-11 at Nehru Science Centre, Worli. Rotary Club of Bombay Worli was the lead host club alongwith several other co-host clubs. Rtn Shyam Todi, Director (Polio Plus), Rtn Anup Taparia, Director (Club Admin) and Prez Rtn Jay Toshniwal attended the seminar.

13 RULES OF THE AIRWAYS Takeoff's are optional. Landings are mandatory. Flying is not dangerous; crashing is dangerous. Speed is life, altitude is life insurance. No one has ever collided with the sky. The only time you have too much fuel is when you're on fire. Flying is the second greatest thrill known to man. Landing is the first! Everyone knows a 'good' landing is one from which you can walk away. But a 'great landing is one after which you can use the airplane again. The probability of survival is equal to the angle of arrival. Was that a landing or were we shot down? Learn from the mistakes of others. You won't live long enough to make all of them yourself. Trust your captain.... but keep your seat belt securely fastened. This edition is designed and developed by Mridu Taparia, daughter of Rtn. Anup and Seema Taparia.


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