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Rotary Club of Battaramulla. Club structure 2012-2013. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. CLUB COMMITTEE STRUCTURE. SPECIAL COMMITTEE STRUCTURE. Club Theme of the Year. Let us Discover Battaramulla & Let Battaramulla Discover us. LEADERSHIP CONTINUITY. Rotabat Annual Program 2012-13.

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Rotary Club of Battaramulla

Club structure


Club Theme of the Year

Let us








Rotabat annual program 2012 13

Rotabat Annual Program2012-13

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2.0 Increase Our Service

District requirements

District Requirements

How we plan to distribute and achieve the Club Goals in line with District Requirements

1 membership development goals
1. Membership Development Goals

  • Net membership growth as discussed and agreed between the respective Club President and the District Governor. (M) - SURANGA

  • Conduct on a quarterly basis ie. Jul/Sept, Oct/Dec & Jan/Mar., at least 3 Rotary family programs (M) - YOHAN

  • Over 50% of the members achieve “Effective Rotarian Recognitions” (M) - AJITH

  • Increase women members in club to 10% of club membership (O)

  • Actively be involved in organizing a Theme titled seminar to promote Membership (O) - WARREN

2 service projects
2. Service Projects

  • Undertake a minimum of three projects in any of the following focus areas. (M)

    • (1) Peace & conflict prevention / resolution – GEN. SUSIL

    • (2) Disease prevention & treatment

    • (3) Water & sanitation - MARCEL

    • (4) Maternal & child health - MAHEN

    • (5) Basic Education & Literacy

    • (6) Economic & community development - SHAKILA

  • Participate in the R4D (Rotary For Diabetes) programme of the District. This will not be considered as one of the projects under a. above. (M) - TREVOR

  • Sponsor at least one Interact or Rotaract club (For Clubs who do not already Sponsor an interact or Rotaract Club/s) Other Clubs who are already Sponsoring Interact/Rotaract clubs should furnish a certificate from DIR/DRR to confirm that the said clubs are active in service (O)

  • Recognize Vocational Service Excellence in your Community (O) - LASANTHA

  • Participate in an International Youth/Family Exchange program (O)

  • Sponsor a RCC (O)

3 the rotary foundation
3.The Rotary Foundation

  • Achieve the contribution to The Rotary Foundation Goal (APF) as discussed and agreed between the respective club President and the District Governor (M) - GEHAN

  • Successfully plan and complete a Matching Grant project as an individual club or as the group (M) – GEHAN/BIMBA/RAMAIN

  • Contribute a minimum of USD 200 to the Polio Fund (O)

  • Nominate a candidate or a leader for GSE or host the inbound GSE team. (O) - RAMAIN

4 club administration
4. Club Administration

  • Plan and adopt the RI Strategic Plan and Long Range Goals for minimum of 3 years (M) - LASANTHA

  • Conduct at least one intercity meeting with all the clubs in the group (M) - AJITH

  • Minimum of 3 members for clubs with under 30 members, & 5 members for clubs with over 31 members of the club to register and participate at all District Seminars. (M) - AJITH

  • Attain an average monthly attendance of 50% by 31st March 2013.(M) - BIMBA

  • President Elect and Secretary Elect to register with RI/Member Access on or before 31st December, 2012. (M) – GEN. SUSIL

  • Full representation of the Board at the District Assembly to be held in May 2012, duly certified by the District Secretary. (M) - AJITH

  • Registration of 50% of membership at the District Conference to be held in February 2013 to be as follows(M) - AJITH

  • Review and adopt Club by Laws by 15th December, 2012. (O)

  • Provide financial assistance to the President Elect to meet the cost of PETS if necessary. (O)

  • Appoint a member to maintain club archives (O) - RAVI

5 public relations
5. Public Relations

  • Undertake at least one activity to enhance the public image of Rotary or your Rotary club in your community (M) - RANJAN

  • Send your Monthly PR report to DC-PR and GML Editor (M) - Dyan

  • Host and maintain a club website (O) - AJITH

  • Publish at least a quarterly News Letter (Print) (O)

Effective rotarian recognition 2012 13
Effective Rotarian Recognition – 2012/13

  • 4 mandatory and 1 of the optional requirement before 31st March, 2013

  • Mandatory Goals

  • a.Record a minimum of 50% attendance at club meetings (M)

  • b. Contribute a minimum of USD 10 to the Annual Program Fund (M)

  • c. Actively participate in at least 2 humanitarian services projects conducted by the club.(M)

  • d. Register for the District Conference (M)

  • Optional Goals (ONE ONLY)

  • a.Introduce one new member (O)

  • c. Register for RI Convention (O)

  • d. Provide home stay for a GSE team member (O)

  • e. Attend a Home club intercity meeting or a regular meeting of another club (O)