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10 DAYS COUNTDOWN TO EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION FOR 2015 Rotaract Officers Training Seminar/30th Installation of Our Noble District….. TAGGED: World Class Xperience… Unleash Your Passion…. DATE: 25th to 28th June 2015 Venue: Songhai Delta Amukpe Sapele, Delta State. Registration And Accommodation Booking: Club Registration: 9th February – 30th April: #10,000.00 1st – 31st MAY: #15,000.00 Individual Registration: 9th February – 31st May: #1,000.00 Accommodation: #1,500 per participant for 3 night… NOTE: Club Registration cover 11 club officers… NO On-site Registrations/ Accommodation Booking.. All payment Ends 31st May, 2015 for effective planning. All Payment Should Be Made in Favour Of; ACCOUNT NAME: Rotaract District 9140, Nigeria… ACCOUNT NUMBER: 2016661110 First Bank Nigeria Plc Upon Registration; send Teller Number, Payment Name to 07060598821to get confirmation text… VISIT www.rotaractd9140.org/rOTS2015 to fill the participant form including your bank registration details. Advert Placement, Goodwill Message / Photo Gallery Inside Front Cover – #100,000(Taken) Inside Back Cover – #80,000 Outside Back Cover – #80,000 Center Spread – #50,000 Full Page – #10,000 For Rotaractors: Advert: Full page full colour #10,000 Goodwill Message: Full page full colour #5,000 Half page full colour #3,000 Photo Gallery: #300… We urge clubs to take the opportunity of early bird registration by meeting their sponsor Rotary Club, as Letters on Update of the Program has been sent to Rotary Clubs. We assure you an eventful and life impacted world-class experience in SAPELE. Subsequent Informations will be communicated to you. Thanks; as we prepare to unleash our passion to be a gift to the world. Yours-in-Service Rotr. Anyadiufu Benedict N President Elect Rotaract club of Esut

10 DAYS COUNTDOWN TO EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION FOR 2015 Rotaract Officers Training Seminar/30th Installation of Our Noble District…..

TAGGED: World Class Xperience…
Unleash Your Passion….

DATE: 25th to 28th June 2015
Venue: Songhai Delta Amukpe Sapele, Delta State.

Registration And Accommodation Booking:
Club Registration:
9th February – 30th April: #10,000.00

1st – 31st MAY: #15,000.00

Individual Registration: 9th February – 31st May: #1,000.00
Accommodation: #1,500 per participant for 3 night…

NOTE: Club Registration cover 11 club officers… NO On-site Registrations/ Accommodation Booking.. All payment Ends 31st May, 2015 for effective planning.

All Payment Should Be Made in Favour Of;

ACCOUNT NAME: Rotaract District 9140, Nigeria…
ACCOUNT NUMBER: 2016661110
First Bank Nigeria Plc

Upon Registration; send Teller Number, Payment Name to 07060598821to get confirmation text… VISIT http://www.rotaractd9140.org/rOTS2015 to fill the participant form including your bank registration details.
Advert Placement, Goodwill Message / Photo Gallery
Inside Front Cover – #100,000(Taken)
Inside Back Cover – #80,000
Outside Back Cover – #80,000
Center Spread – #50,000
Full Page – #10,000
For Rotaractors:
Advert: Full page full colour #10,000
Goodwill Message: Full page full colour #5,000
Half page full colour #3,000
Photo Gallery: #300…
We urge clubs to take the opportunity of early bird registration by meeting their sponsor Rotary Club, as Letters on Update of the Program has been sent to Rotary Clubs. We assure you an eventful and life impacted world-class experience in SAPELE.
Subsequent Informations will be communicated to you.

Thanks; as we prepare to unleash our passion to be a gift to the world.
Yours-in-Service
Rotr. Anyadiufu Benedict N
President Elect
Rotaract club of Esut

FAMILY OF ROTARY / WOMEN OF ROTARY AWARDS / 2nd District Council Meeting!!!

FAMILY OF ROTARY / WOMEN OF ROTARY AWARDS / SECOND DISTRICT COUNCIL MEETING!!!

THEME: The EKET Experience 2014!

Dear Friends,
On Behalf of the Host Organising Committee. and Distinguished Rotaractors of Akwa Ibom Zone, I humbly present to you the FIRST Ever ROTARACT DISTRICT FAMILY OF ROTARY CELEBRATION and 2nd District Council meeting. Without boring you with too much words, below is the detail;

DATE: 12th – 14th December 2014

VENUE: Grandvilli Hotels and Resort Limited, Eket. Akwa Ibom State.

REGISTRATION:
Registration is on-going.
CLUB REGISTRATION: Three Thousand Naira (N3000) covering 3 persons

INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATION: One Thousand and Five Hundred Naira (N1500)

NOTE: Registration ends 8th December 2014.

Payment/Registration should be made in favour of:
DIAMOND BANK PLC
AACCOUNT NAME: Rotaract club of Eket CB.
ACCOUNT NUMBER: 0055630228.

ACCOMMODATION:
Accommodation is Four Thousand Naira (N4000) per night for a Room @ the Hotel.

After payment visit http://www.rotaractd9140.org and fill the registration form for the event. Also Send proof of payment/scanned tellers to akwaibomzone@gmail.com

PROGRAMME:
Friday 12th December 2014
-ARRIVAL
-Collection of Materials
-Welcome Cocktail
-District Advisory Council

Saturday 13th December 2014
-District Council Meeting 1st Phase
-HIV/AIDS / Roll Back Malaria Rally/ Family of Rotary awareness
-Family of Rotary / Awards
-District Council meeting 2nd Phase
-Face of Family of Rotary Pageantry @ Eket Beach

Sunday 14th December 2014
-Departure

For more Information Contact;
Rtr Felix Ogu (HOC Chair) : 08029711965
Rtr Florence Ogundokun (HOC Sec.): 07039486080
Rtr Stella Ufot (ADRR Akwa Ibom Zone) : 07038095994.

Thanks in anticipation for your presence.

Rotr. Anyadiufu Benedict Nnaemeka
Club Secretary
Rotaract club of Esut
RID9140, Nigeria

For: The Host Organizing Committee

ROTARY FOUNDATION SEMINAR AT OWERRI 31OCT TO 2 NOV.

24hours COUNTDOWN to THE ROTARY FOUNDATION SEMINAR / INTERCITY MEETING 2014! Of ROTARACT DISTRICT 9140.

ARE YOU READY?
HAVE YOU PACKED YOUR LOUGGAGE?
ALL ROAD LEADS TO THE HEARTLAND CITY OF OWERRI.

On behalf of the Host Organizing Committee and entire Rotaractors of Imo Zone, I have the pleasure to remind/invite you to the greatest and Best Life impacting event, ever hosted in this prestigious district.
It is “2014/15 THE ROTARY FOUNDATION SEMINAR/INTERCITY MEETING, Tagged: “THE HEARTLAND EXPERIENCE 2014”.
This event is scheduled to hold as follows;

VENUE: Cradle Hotels, IMSU junction. Owerri.(No longer Best Way Hotels, Owerri)

DATE: 31st October to 2nd November 2014

Friday, 31st October 2014
ARRIVAL
*Collection of Seminar Materials
*Welcome Fellowship
*First Phase of I.T Training by the Rotaract District Media

Saturday, 1st November 2014 (DAY)

*END POLIO RALLY
*THE ROTARY FOUNDATION SEMINAR
*Donation of Wheel Chair to Polio victim
*Award presentation/Recognition
*Ambassador of Service Awards to Rotaractors
*INTERCITY Meeting
*Second Phase of the I.T Training by the District Rotaract Media

Saturday NIGHT:

*FOUNDATION Dinner
Dress code:
MALE (Is Black suit, white shirt, sky blue) FEMALE (Black gown and touch of Sky Blue)
*Recognition
*Refreshment
*Donations for Contribution to Rotary Foundation
*Toast
*Entertainment
*KICK POLIO OUT DANCE
*Closure
Sunday, 2nd November 2014
*Collection of Certificates
*Departure

For more information or inquiries, contact:
Rtr Eze Stanley (ADRR Imo Zone): 08063482595

I await your arrival to the Heartland town and Ancient city of Owerri; as we Light up Rotary. Thanks and God bless

Yours truly

RTR TOCHI AMALU PHF
DRR 2014-15 RID9140

For: The Host Organizing Committee

Treating your club like a start-up business

Rotary Voices

Elaine Lytle at a school in the Philippines her club is supporting through a service project. Elaine Lytle, second from left, at a school in the Philippines her club is supporting through a service project.

By Elaine Lytle, Rotary Club of Como-Jannali, New South Wales, Australia

As a small Rotary club, we were on the road to extinction when we decided to hold a series of meetings as a whole club. We reviewed the usual list of strengths and weaknesses, action plans, and brainstorming ideas that we have done in the past with no real follow up.

But what really made a difference was when we looked in depth at the new means of communication and technologies available to us. One of our members is a financial consultant and another an accountant and we had them lead a session on approaching our club like it was a start-up business.

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Growing up in the family of Rotary

Rotary Voices

Gabija Trimbel and members of her club. Gabija Trimbel and other counselors of a summer camp run by the Rotary Club of Vilnius International.

By Gabija Trimbel, a member of the Rotaract Club of Vilnius International

Gabija Trimbel Gabija Trimbel

I have been around Rotary much of my life. My mother is a member of the Rotary Club of Vilnius International, Lithuania, and almost as early as I can remember, I have been helping with club projects.

When I entered ninth grade in 2009, I convinced a bunch of my friends to help me form the Vilnius International Interact Club, of which I became the charter president. We kept in touch with my mother’s Rotary club, which was our host club, and did many projects with them, including serving as counselors at an annual camp attended by orphans and children from day care centers that served the poor.

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RYLA 2014 UPDATE!!!

Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) District 9140
EKET 2014

… “Leadership, Getting it right”

This is to confirm the recent information on RYLA 2014.
Dear Friends,
This is to inform you that the Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) scheduled to hold in Eket QIC Senior Secondary Science School, Ndon- Eyo, ONNA LGA, Akwa Ibom State from September 4th to 7th, 2014 have been postponed to 13th to 16th November 2014. This is due to the recent EBOLA Outbreak in a part of our District. Please kindly pass the information and bear with us.
Thanks and God bless.
Rotr. Anyadiufu Benedict Nnaemeka
Light up Rotary secretary
Rotaract club of Esut

Why we can’t afford to ignore social media

Rotary Voices

Interactors during a photo break at the Rotary Convention in Sydney, Australia. Interactors during a photo break at the Rotary Convention in Sydney, Australia.

By Marilyn Axler, a member of the E-Club of South Jersey, and Rotary Global History Fellowship board member

I have been using social media to promote Rotary for three years now, posting on Linked In and other platforms to connect with others and share Rotary’s message. From time to time, I hear from members who are uncomfortable with social media. They say they feel it is invasive and they bring up concerns for privacy and safety.

Could it be that they are also afraid to embrace change? I agree the telephone is still the best way to communicate sometimes. But social media is clearly where it is at for younger people. Can we really afford to ignore the “new age of communications?”

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