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RCCDO April 12 Bulletin

The Official Publication of the Rotary Club of Cagayan de Oro

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GOLF, from p. 13 ture. You could, literally, devote a lifetime of study to the game and never run out of things to learn. -The frustration I know it sounds stupid, but we love that the game is darnn near impossible. Why? Because it gives us more things to do, namely practice. I remember when I first broke 80. Within the next 3 rounds I went from 79 to 90. I was (at the time) at the peak of my game…I was playing the best I’d ever played… and within a few short rounds, I was playing at my worst EVER!! Back to the drawing board and some more practice. on the last hole at Pueblo to seal the deal. All the hard work and practice had finally paid off…79!!! That night my dreams were quite sweet!! -The friends Of all the things I’ve mentioned, the people we’ve met and the friends we’ve made through golf are the most important thing to us. I think when you play the game with someone, you get a crystal clear insight into what they are like in life. How do they handle stress? How do they handle success? And when you know this about a person, you will know how they truly are deep inside. Once you know this, you know who you can count on in life. -The success As much as we love the endless challenge of the game, we do like succeeding. Like I mentioned previously, I remember breaking 80 for the first time. I hit a 25 foot big breaking putt for par RTN Mike with golf buddies, PP Mar Paano and PVP John De Cleene. 16

committed to advancing the mission of Rotary. Together with our fellow Rotarians, you can help your club fully represent our community’s business and professional life. BRINGING & SHARING ROTARY WITH NEW MEMBERS D o you remember when someone asked you to become a Rotarian? What do you think most Rotarians fail to perform? Paying their dues? Attending meetings? Contributing to the club’s service fund? Participating in club events and projects? No — none of these! Of all the obligations a person accepts when joining a Rotary club, the one in which most Rotarians fail is “sharing Rotary.” It is estimated that less than 30 percent of the members of most Rotary clubs have ever made the effort to propose a new member. Thus, in every club, there are many Rotarians who readily accept the pleasures of being a Rotarian without ever sharing that privilege with another qualified individual. Please reach out and share Rotary with a prospective member. Everyone must know at least one person who should belong to Rotary. Sponsor a New Member Contribute to our Club’s membership by bringing in qualified business and professional leaders who are interested in and Proposing new members is essential to achieving Rotary’s goals of providing community and international service. As a Rotarian, one of your primary responsibilities is to help identify and propose new members. Consider the following approaches for finding future Rotarians: Wear your Rotary pin to initiate conversations about your involvement with Rotary. Share stories of exciting club projects with colleagues, friends, and acquaintances. Distribute Rotary Basics (595-EN), This Is Rotary (001-EN), and What’s Rotary? (419-EN). All three are available from shop.rotary.org, the RI Catalog, or your international office. Give them copies of this booklet. Copies will be available at every meeting. Invite friends, co-workers, and colleagues to join you at your weekly Rotary meeting. Ask potential members to become involved with a club activity or service project. Encourage prospective members to tour the RI Web site, view membership videos, and complete a Prospective Member Form (www.rotary.org/ membershipreferral) Rotary becomes stronger with each new member. 17

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