THE ROTARY CLUB OF PARANAQUE ST. ANDREW Charter Date April 6, 2009. Glenn Gooco Rolly Socorro Charter President/ Auditor The Rotary Foundation Sam Lim John Vinta Vice President/ Club Administration President Elect
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Charter Date April 6, 2009
Glenn Gooco Rolly Socorro
Charter President/ Auditor
The Rotary Foundation
Sam Lim John Vinta
Vice President/ Club Administration
Nonoy Sornillo Rocky Raqueno
Secretary/ Service Projects
Jojo Bernardo Noel Gatus
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RCPSA has responded to the call of PPCRV for voter’s assistance volunteers. Stationed at the Paranaque National High School, RCPSA members has given assistance to the voter’s who cannot locate their voting precint/cluster from the beginning of the election day and continued on until the canvassing of electoral returns.
With the donation of used PC, courtesy of CitiBank, RCPSA has launched the E-Library which aims to help students from various public elementary school of Paranaque be able to access different materials in aid of their education.
Medical and Dental Mission
With the support of the Charoy Marquez Foundatioin, the Pasay/Paranaque Medical Society and the Paranaque Dental Society, RCPSA has organized a medical and dental missioin for the residents of San Juan de Coastal, as well as, families among the surrounding neighborhood of the community.
Adopt A Community
RCPSA has visited three different sites within Paranaque and has chosen San Juan de Coastal, an underpriviledged community next to the coastal road with approximately 200 families to be the focus of various literacy, medical, dental, health, sanitation and possible livelihood projects.