LCP Arturo Rosaroso Jr.
The Rotary Club Chapters should exert more effort to assist members and stakeholders whose lives are greatly affected by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Rotary Club of Imus Life Changing President Arturo Rosaroso Jr. said on June 19 following the conduct of a face-to-face seminar-workshop on Bonsai Making in INHS.
The craft of Bonsai Making was taught to Rotary Club District 3810 presidents to be passed on to their members and eventually to people in their own communities in order to provide an avenue for the public to gain livelihood skills and to learn something that will help them balance their mental health which might have been disturbed by the challenges brought about by the pandemic.
The Water Bonsai Making Workshop is a livelihood skill training program for women which is part of the Charter President Jelyn Maliksi’s Inner Wheel Club of Mutya ng Imus bigger program offering activities that bring ‘Katuwaan at Kabuhayan para sa kababaihan’, now adapted by Rotary Club of Imus and shared to Rotary Club District 3810.
The workshop was also held subsequent to first meeting of the Rotary Club District 3810 where Incoming Programs, Projects and Activities of the club were discussed and calendar of activities were plotted. RC officers who lead the planning are COS Vilma Vinluan, SDG Sonny Mercado and DAD Jeanine Policarpio and AG Susana Dalaguete.
Rotary Club Life Changing Presidents were also present in the seminar-workshop/planning activity which observed the minimum health protocol. They include: LCP Art Rosaroso, LCP Chai Mercado, LCP Paulo Salvador, LCP Beth Jeen Strella, LCP Avegail Mendoza, LCP Leonor Potante, LCP Denise Dalaguete, LCP Patrict Doloroso, LCP Ervin Fernandez, LCP Larry Pascua, LCP Larry Bognot, LCP Chito Bogz, LCP Rolando Dilidili, LCP Wena Bato, LCP Gerald Sergio. Members and officers of the District 3810 were also present: AG Mike Pizarro, AG Eric Yu, and AG Letty San Antonio.