Bulletin 14 November 2011

Rotary Club Bali Ubud Sunset
District 3400/No.79571,
Meeting every Monday at 5:30pm Maya Resort, Ubud
“A healthy attitude is contagious but don’t wait to catch it from others. Be a carrier. “
Tom Stoppard
Bulletin 14 November 2011

Newsletter Editors this issue:  Cat Wheeler and VP Rucina and IPP Sue


Attending:

Members: Gabe, Bill, Philip, Danielle, Mandy, Fred, Patricia, Mary Jane, Rucina, Janet, Sue W.

Guests: Rich Foss (RC Colorado Spring Interquest), Ray Bishop (RC Hope Island, NSW, AU), Sue Bishop , Eric Hawkins (guest of Patricia), Gavin Brown, Simon Knight (RC Bowral Mittagong, NSW, AU), Linda Knight (RC Bowral Mittagong, NSW, AU), Pande Putu Setiawan (guest speaker, Anak Alam Community), Kliwon (student from Kintamani), Yogi (student from Kintamani), Richard Piscioneri (supporter of Anak Alam, photographer), Chisa (Rotaract Jogja Malioboro) , Tom Westheimer (RC Peterboro, USA – Chisa’s counselor during her YEP in USA), Robyn Drayton (RC Cessarock, AU) , Zack Kulberg , David Lock (RC Kenmore, Brisbane, AU)


Announcements, Correspondence, Reports

Cookbook distribution is almost all over the planet (Australia, USA, UK, Canada, Germany) thanks to efforts of  our club members, rotarians and friends.

Gabe: Voice of Rotary: There’s so much of Rotary around! Not only in the social network, but a lot more intertwined into the everyday lives of many nations. November is Rotary Foundation month.  The Rotary Foundation (TRF) is the engine underpinning the whole Rotary charity network in all 6 of its focus areas.  The fuel for this engine is EREY (Every Rotarian Every Year). RCBUS has collected USD 20,417 for the EREY in its first 3 ½ years, and has gotten back in all forms of grants for projects USD 199,767.

Global Grant: Final training was conducted on Saturday November 12. Sue received a report from the Dyatmika teachers on the result of the teacher training. Pictures will be coming on the web site.

Cultural Presentations:  Rucina announced the next cultural presentation on Nov 21, by Garrett Kam.  Garrett will be speaking about the special days that are occurring in the next two weeks:  Saraswati, in honor of the Goddess of Literature and  Tumpek Landep, which honors things made out of metal.

Raffle: Congratulations to winner Mary Jane!

Guest Speaker: Pande Putu Setiawan


In 2006, Pande started the Anak Alam Community because he wanted to do something for his own community. Even though he graduated university with an International Business Masters degree, he is committed to helping his community and giving children a chance for education.

Pande with his kids

His latest project is www.1camera1000smiles.com, where children use donated cameras to capture their own lives.  Working with Australian photographer volunteer Richard, one of the students in this project, 15 year old Kliwon, will present his own photography exhibition in Jakarta next month.

Below is one of Kliwon’s captivating photos, and more can be seen at the sites below as well as more info aout the programs he is spearheading.

Photo by 15 yr. old Kliwon from the village.

Details:: www.anakalam.org

Youtube: http://youtube.com/temanbumi

Blog : http://komunitasanakalam.blogspot.com

the Photoblog: http://photoanakalam.blogspot.com

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