ROTARY CLUB OF PASAY METRO SUNRISE

CLUB PROFILE

The Rotary Club of METRO SUNRISE meets at Meiden Way every second and last Friday located at Victoria Casa Building, 2nd Floor, 618 Gamban Street, Pasay City

DATE CHARTERED:  June 24, 2016
MOTHER CLUB: Rotary Club of Manuel A Roxas Blvd Manila, Rotary Club of Pasay Southeast, Rotary Club of Manila & Rotary Club of Manila Metro
SENIOR DEPUTY GOVERNOR:
SDG Elma Lagamson
DISTRICT AREA DIRECTOR: DAD Alice Panerio
AREA SECRETARY: AS Arlene Lim
AREA TREASURER: AT Lotus Panganiban
AREA MEMBERSHIP DEVT REP: PP Rene Cheng
AREA TRF REPRESENTATIVE: PP Arlene Joanino
AREA ONLINE/WEB TOOLS REP: IPP Lallaine Darum
AREA GML CORRESPONDENT: IPP Daisy Jalova
AREA PUBLIC RELATIONS REP: PP Joe Foronda
AREA DISTRICT INT’L SVC REP: 
ASSISTANT GOVERNOR:  AG Jessica Lugtu

ChP MARISSA ANDAL
CHAMPION PRESIDENT

Club OFFICERS

MARY MEI RODRIGO
Charter President

JACQUELINE ALMAZAN
Inspiring President

VIVIAN CABANERO
District Executive Secretary

DON PERRY ANDAL
Club Secretary

MARIE CHRISTINE CALUMPANG
Treasurer

LUCILA NUNEZ
Club Membership Chair

MARY MEI RODRIGO
Club Foundation Chair

PP NOLASCO ALMAZAN, Jr.
Club Service Director

District Officers in the Club

IP JACQUELINE ALMAZAN
Assistant Governor

PP MARIE CHRISTINE CALUMPANG
Poverty and Hunger Co-Chair for Pasay

PP NOLASCO ALMANZA JR.
Community Service Vice-Chair for Pasay

SDG MARY MEI RODRIGO
Executive Assistant

FLAGSHIP PROJECTS - TOP 3

Rice and Build Mangyan Community

CLUB AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

ROTARY SHOWCASE

CO-HOST

Pinggang Pinoy Para sa Tamang Nutrition

Aug 12, 2019

CO-HOST
Ballroom For A Cause
July 13, 2019

CLUB ADMINISTRATION

Attended District Handover & Induction Ceremonies
Attended Induction With RIP Mark Maloney
Attended District Training Assembly
Attended Grant Management Seminar
Attended PETS

12 ROUNDS of GOVERNOR'S CHALLENGE

Your club has currently achieved  0/12  Challenges categories
(updated as of November 15, 2019)

(1.)  A moderate increase in membership of 10%.

(2.) Charter Strength of 20 members. 

(3.) The club must achieve a TRF Annual Fund of USD $100.00 per capita. 

(4.) A five (5)% increase of your latest TRF contribution or minimum of $1000, whichever is greater.

What this means – If for example, a Rotary Club previously donated $10,000 during the IP year, a 5% increase represent $500 dollars (total of $10,500), OR a minimum of $1000 dollars which ever is higher. Since $10,500 is higher that $1000 dollars, then the goal for this club is to donate $10,500 to pass this challenge. On the other hand, if a club previously donated $200 dollars during the IP year, and that 5% increase is $10 dollars (total of  $210.00) OR a minimum of $1000 dollars which ever is higher…. then the challenge for this clubs is set to donate $1000 dollars to pass this challenge.

(5.) Accomplish the Presidential Citation. 

(6.) Participate significantly in the DISCON by pledging a minimum of 1 table. 

(7.) Organize at least One Rotary Club. 

(8.) Register at least 2 delegates to the Hawaii Convention.

(9.) 100% Subscription to the Philippine Rotary Magazine

(10.) Organizing a project during United Nations Day.

 
What this means – United Nations Day is in fact set  October 24, 2019. This challenge is not limited to activities held during October 24 only, rather it can be done during the Champion Year, provided the organization, or participation, of such activity is geared toward the celebration of the United Nation, specifically highlighting 75th year partnership celebration between UN and Rotary International.

 

(11.) Recruiting a young professional or doing a project with our youth. 

What this means – Young Professional can be viewed as admitting a young individual age 30 or less into your Rotary Club.

(12.) Implement at least 3 of the Rotary International Areas of Focus with Peace and Conflict Resolution as a must in the 3 Areas that your club will complete.