Club News of Rotary Club Bogor
|Posted by Rotary Club Bogor on January 10, 2017 at 7:00 AM||comments (0)|
The beginning of 2017 started with a honorary visit of District Governor D3410 RY 2016-2017 Sadana Muljono, accompanied by AG Tjendra Kosim.
DG Sadana brings out the encouragement to all members of Bogor Club to be more open and invite more people to come and be part of Rotary.
The visit was held in Bogor Heritage Restaurant, right next to the Wisma Bogor Permai. The dinner was nice splendid and the talks was inspiring.
|Posted by Rotary Club Bogor on November 1, 2016 at 7:20 AM||comments (0)|
Happy news for Rotary Club Bogor that the club get a new member this year, his name is Claas Weinke, a Germany who works in hospitality industry.
|Posted by Rotary Club Bogor on July 12, 2016 at 7:35 AM||comments (0)|
Rotary Club Bogor decide to take up a fundraising activity in sequence of starting a new Clean Water and Sanitation project here in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia. The fundraising basically is doing water bottle sale bundling with Rotary good cause in public places like minimarts, hotels, restaurants, golf courses (whom later we will call Partner Point) in Bogor downtown city.
The story behind it was when one of the Rotary Club Bogor member get acquaintance with a local water bottle factory main distributor and finally came up an idea to do collaboration in this fundraising.
Rotary Club Bogor and FujiRO finally seal a deal by signing the MoU, which basically stated the water company willingness to support pure water bottle supplies and distribute to partners whom going to sell it in Bogor city surroundings.
The water company, FujiRO, is basically produce a pure water from the Reverse Osmosis technology. When the FujiRO representative came to the club, she, Mrs. Fennee Chandra shows us how to do a water testing, the result is, the pure water shown a TDS (Total Dissolve Solid) = 006 and pH level neutral 7 which is very safe and healthy for human body. Proven much more beneficial than a regular mineral water we knows. That's how amazing this pure water is.
We named this fundraising : Rotary Amazing Water Fundraising Program. Plan to start this late of July 2016 with low target strategy, 100 boxes each month for the first 3 months and optimistically continue up to 1 year with the hope to raise the quantity of water bottles distributes.
Support us by buying this pure amazing water at our local partner points location and if you are a company that reside in Bogor city surroundings and need a good CSR program, do not hesitate to contact us and be a Partner in good deed.
More info: www.RotaryAmazingWater.webs.com
Like us on www.Facebook.com/RotaryAmazingWater
|Posted by Rotary Club Bogor on September 30, 2015 at 1:10 PM||comments (0)|
On September 29, 2015 Rotary Club Bogor get a chance to welcome the new District Governor from D3410 Indonesia, DG Hidayat Tjokrodjo.
He came by to the club with his lovely Ann Inka and DGN Sumantoro (Sam) along with DDG Roziana Wiguna.
The meeting went fruitfully as DG explained that the heart of Rotary really is FIDLS,
DG also asks every Rotarian to follow good order of 1 - 2 - 3 on every day living
1 is Rotarian Family
2 is Rotarian Business/Works
3 is Rotary Club
He told us that when our family and business is taken care of then it is proper to run your role inside Rotary organization.
He mentioned that even a Housewife is consider as Classification, housewife nowadays demand to have skills in managing houseworks, children time management, budget management, which is as hard as working in the office. Therefore it is proper even to have Rotarian who is a Housewife.
Rotary Club Bogor, lead by Pres. Jan Kleijn also share presentation of the club history and ongoing project , like Cataract project and Cleft Palate Harelips Project.
That night, the induction for new member also occured, Mrs. Florensia Yofi finally inducted as Rotarian, and proudly wearing Rotarian pin given by the DG Hidayat itself and now can be called as Rotarian. Rtn. Yofi came through the website of RC Bogor when she decide to get involved in some social project, we proud of her choosing our Rotary Club Bogor to join. And hopefully she can help making contribution for the club through the club projects.
|Posted by Rotary Club Bogor on September 2, 2015 at 9:35 AM|
A Rotarian since 1974, Ravindran has served RI as treasurer; director; Foundation trustee; committee member, vice chair, and chair; task force member; RI training leader; and district governor.
K.R. "Ravi" Ravindran chose Be a Gift to the World as his theme for 2015-16. Ravindran urges Rotary members to give the gifts of time, talent, and knowledge to improve lives in communities across the globe. "Through Rotary, we can take these gifts and make a genuine difference in the lives of others and in our world."
K.R. "Ravi" Ravindran is CEO and founder of a publicly listed company with a worldwide clientele in the tea packaging industry. His company, Printcare Plc, is the winner of national and international awards of excellence. He also serves on the board of several other companies and charitable trusts. He is the founding president of the Sri Lanka Anti-Narcotics Association.
As his country's national PolioPlus chair, Ravindran headed a task force consisting of the government, UNICEF, and Rotary and worked closely with UNICEF to successfully negotiate a ceasefire with the northern militants during National Immunization Days. He also chaired the Schools Reawakening project, sponsored by Rotary clubs and districts in Sri Lanka, to rebuild 25 tsunami-devastated schools to benefit 15,000 children.
|Posted by Rotary Club Bogor on September 22, 2014 at 7:05 AM||comments (0)|
Give Back Vision is a free cataract surgery project beneficial by senior citizen of Bogor, Indonesia surroundings.
Give Back Vision is one of the humanitarian act conducting by Rotary Club Bogor, Indonesia, and previously was joined hands with sister clubs from Singapore and Holland, and now we, the Rotary Club Bogor, looking for new sister clubs from around the world, in order to keep the longevity of this project.
The eyes surgery which takes two session for each patient, cost approximately IDR 2,500,000 (around USD 250.-) per eyes, means if a patients need both eyes get done with the surgery, at least USD 500.- is needed. Rotary Club of Bogor, since 2013, has done 4(four) batch, using donations from Singapore. A total of patients helped so far is 100 people (25 people per batch) with total
200 times surgeries done (this is the exact accountability number).
Rotary Club of Bogor chartered in June 18, 1987 in Bogor city, West Java, Indonesia. Rotary Club Bogor mission is to upheld the charity act and urge development for marginal community in Bogor and surroundings. And this is not just a merely empty words, hundreds of people in Bogor rural areas had been helped by this club and live a better life than before.
A numerous humanitarian projects, from CLEAN WATER, EDUCATION and HEALTH produced by this small club. Despite of lack in membership and funds -through persistence and high efforts- the club manage to stay active and get the recognition from the Rotary International.
Bogor city itself is an old heritage city in West Java, Indonesia, where the old Presidential Palace and the biggest Botanical Garden resided, the city is approximately 2.5 hours from the capital city Jakarta, Indonesia.
Bogor city is also a great leisure place to spend a weekend, lies under the Salak mountain, this city looks green with big hundreds years old trees grown along the side of the main road. The good weather is also perfect for people who enjoy golf game. Bogor has quite few beautiful golf course, like Rancamaya Bogor, Bogor Riverside, Sentul Highland and many more. This so called Rain City, is also offer a splendid traditional Sundanese foods with spices that match the high-end taste.
Should you or your respective Rotary Club interested to join party with this GIVE BACK VISION project, please contact Rotary Club Bogor representative, Rotarian Gabriella, who happens reside in Seoul, South Korea due to her study in Sogang University.
Rotary Club of Bogor motto is to give simplicity and right on target in performing humanitarian act. Would you at least has an open heart to hear from us?
|Posted by Rotary Club Bogor on July 28, 2014 at 8:15 AM||comments (0)|
After few times cancelled due to unfortunate circumstances, finally DG Eva from District 3410 Indonesia made her visit to our Rotary Club Bogor in Bogor Permai Restaurant on April 22, 2014.
It was a fruitfull meeting with so many information coming and sharing discussion about RC Bogor club projects and conditions within District 3410 Indonesia.
|Posted by Rotary Club Bogor on July 1, 2014 at 1:00 PM||comments (0)|
Club President History
Rtn. Trisna Purbojo
Charter Member of Rotary Club Bogor since 1987 and the 2nd Club President (RY 1988-1989) of Rotary Club Bogor. Together with the first 25 members, he involved with numerous humanitarian project.
His biggest contribution is letting his place, Wisma Bogor Permai, to be a place for holding the club meeting every week and to host many Rotarian guests from all over the world. Wisma Bogor Permai, the guest house along with the famous historical restaurant Bogor Permai is owned by Pres. Rtn. Trisna.
|Posted by Rotary Club Bogor on January 7, 2014 at 12:45 PM||comments (0)|
Rotary is an organisation that has something for everyone. All over the world, in cities and towns, for well over a century, Rotarians have come together to serve. And in the years since Rotary was founded, countless Rotarians and others have discovered the joys of Rotary service, through Rotaract, Interact, Rotary Community Corps, Youth Exchange, and many other programs. All of us are part of the family of Rotary. And we have all gained so much from our Rotary service.
We’ve made friends, helped our communities, and made the world a better, safer, and healthier place. We’ve become part of a truly international network of volunteers, and we’ve learned how much we can achieve when we put our differences aside and work together.
Many of the ideas and values that we cherish in Rotary are not unique to Rotary. Perhaps the reason Rotary resonates so deeply with me is that I find many traditional Chinese values reflected in Rotary: values of service and responsibility, of respect for family and for others.
It is not surprising, then, that the ideas of Confucius so often guide me in my Rotary service. To me, Confucius was the original Rotarian. More than two thousand years before Paul Harris was born, he said: To put the world in order, we must first put the nation in order; to put the nation in order, we must put the family in order; to put the family in order, we must first set our hearts right.
In Rotary, we set our hearts right by putting Service Above Self. And we recognize that in order to be ambitious in our service, we must first care for our own organization and expand our family of Rotary.
In 2014-15, I will ask all of you to Light Up Rotary — by sharing our service, strengthening our clubs, and letting our light shine in our communities.
In this Rotary year, we will Light Up Rotary by reaching our goal of 1.3 million Rotarians, bringing in new members while working to keep the members we have. To do this, we’ll need to approach membership in new ways, and try new ideas. Hold a Rotary Day to give your community a chance to learn more about Rotary.
Remember that Rotary is a family and is for the family: Encourage your spouse and other family members to consider joining, and reach out to Youth Exchange and Foundation alumni. Focus on your own club, and look realistically at why members stay, and why they leave. What can you do to make being a Rotarian an appealing and attractive opportunity for busy professionals and those with young families?
We will also Light Up Rotary — and make history — by eradicating polio. Polio eradication within the next few years is absolutely realistic — if we keep up our momentum. So tell your friends, associates, and elected officials how critical it is that we End Polio Now. Donate to the PolioPlus Fund and encourage others to do so as well. By meeting the newest challenge issued by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, we can make our money work three times as hard. Be an active part of the greatest public-private health partnership in the history of the world, and share in the pride when the job is finished.
In 2014-15, as we strengthen our clubs and Light Up Rotary in more than 34,000 communities, our commitment and our service will light up the world.
Gary C.K. Huang
|Posted by Rotary Club Bogor on November 19, 2012 at 9:30 AM||comments (0)|
Give Back VISION
From November 15th to 18th, 2012 Together with the Rotary Club of Queenstown, Singapore, Rotary Club Bogor is doing a join club project, which is Cataract Surgery, mostly for aged people in Bogor community, Indonesia, followed with a Fellowship Program
13 of Rotarians with their spouses and children from Singapore came to Bogor on Thursday (15/11) noon to witness the surgery.
The Cataract surgery itself conducted at Klinik Mata "Dr. Hasri Ainun Habibie" in Bogor on Friday morning untill late noon.
25 patients from Bogor surroundings getting their eyes back to normal after that one day surgery. The Rotarians saw the operation process through the monitor right outside the surgery room.
The Queenstown Rotarians, lead by PE Dr. Hans Jaeger, was having a good time in Bogor. Some did golfing in Gunung Geulis and the other group went to visit ceramic shop and factory outlets in Bogor. On Saturday, our President took them to hiking in Gunung Gede, though the weather was not quite friendly that day, but the whole group very excited to walk under the mountain and "sawah" (rice paddy fields). On Sunday, one of the Rotarian, insist to visit the traditional market to buy fresh indonesian fruits just before he left the city. Our beloved Pres. Jan's wife (also a Rotarian), Rtn. Rochmah was so happily busy accompany them around the city.
At farewell dinner, Pres. Jan Kleijn addressed his gratitute to all Rotarians and donators who sponsors the project while passing around the club banners to every guest who came along the way from Singapore.
Many people still look forward to get the Cataract surgery, and it was agreed that this type of project is going continuously and hope that more and more people are helped, as well as more and more Rotarians and benefactors will contribute to the Cataract project.