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Rotary Governor Go graces Joint Induction and Turnover Ceremony of 10 District 3870 Rotary Clubs in Iligan City

BY JOEL CALAMBA ESCOL, MDN Managing Editor

ILIGAN CITY – No less than the incoming Rotary District 3870 Governor Gilda “Gigi” Go graced the recent joint industion and turnover ceremony of 10 Rotary Clubs in Iligan City.

Hundreds of dsitrict officers, Rotary presidents and Rotarians joined the occasion of one of the prestigious international organizations of businessmen and professionals in the world.

“My Team and I had a wonderful evening last night during the Joint Induction and Turnover Ceremony of the 10 Clubs of Zone 2, District 3870,” Governor Go said.

Also present were District Governor Angelo “Biong” Ladub and PDG Rogelio “Bong” Buot, this year’s COS for District 3870.

Both PDGs Ladub and Buot were known highly decorated and most respected Rotary leaders in Central Mindanao, it was learned.

“As Rotary (including all the 46,000 Rotary and Rotaract Clubs all over the world) prepare to welcome the new Rotary year 2023-2024 this July 1, let me commend the past Club Officers for doing their best and giving their best during their term.”

“For the new set of officers of the 10 Rotary Clubs of Zone 2, District 3870, my sincere and warm congratulations! I hope this saying will guide you as you enthusiastically begin your term come July 1:”

“You have not lived today until you have done something for someone who can never repay you.” Let’s create hope in the world, one step at a time!

These are the 10 Rotary Clubs under Zone 2, District 3870:

  1. RC Iligan Maria Cristina
  2. RC Iligan East
  3. RC Iligahn North
  4. RC Uptown Iligan
  5. RC Iligan Bay
  6. RC Metro Iligan
  7. RC Iligan
  8. RC Iligan South
  9. RC Metro Ranao
  10. RC Marawi City

SIGNIFICANCE OF ROTARY INDUCTIONS

The significance of Rotary Club inductions and turnover ceremonies cannot be overstated. These events mark the beginning of a new chapter for Rotary Club members and symbolize the organization’s commitment to service and fellowship.

Inductions are a pivotal moment in a Rotary Club member’s journey. They signify the official acceptance of a new member into the Rotary family. During the induction ceremony, new members are introduced to the values, principles, and mission of Rotary, emphasizing the importance of ethical behavior, community service, and international goodwill. It is an opportunity for existing members to welcome and embrace the fresh perspectives and diverse skills that new members bring to the table.

The turnover ceremony, on the other hand, marks the transition of leadership within the Rotary Club. It is a time to bid farewell to outgoing club officers and welcome the incoming ones. This ceremony symbolizes the continuity of service and the passing of the torch from one set of dedicated leaders to another. It is an occasion to reflect on the accomplishments of the past year and set new goals for the future.

Both inductions and turnover ceremonies reinforce the Rotary Club’s commitment to its core values of service, fellowship, diversity, integrity, and leadership. They provide a platform for members to connect, collaborate, and inspire one another. These events also serve as a reminder of the greater purpose of Rotary: making a positive difference in local communities and around the world.

In conclusion, Rotary Club inductions and turnover ceremonies hold immense significance as they bring new members into the Rotary family, foster camaraderie, and ensure the smooth transition of leadership. These events embody the spirit of Rotary and reinforce its commitment to service and fellowship. ###

Joel Escol
Joel Escolhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK_sKdGFs0ewIh9R-iAskDg
Joel Calamba Escol is a journalist in the Philippines for more than 20 years. Currently, he is the Managing Editor of Mindanao Daily News, the biggest and most-widely read newspaper in Southern Philippines. He is also known as Noypi Vlogger in Youtube. You can follow him on the following social networking sites below.
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