THE Rotary International District 3870 will hold a District Training Assembly on April 23 at Grand Caprice Restaurant, this city to be hosted by the Rotary Club of Carmen Valley.
This training seminar is aimed at giving the incoming club officers for RY 2016-17 the knowledge and guidance needed for them to effectively discharge their duties and responsibilities of their respective positions.
A quality program and interesting plenary sessions with topnotch speakers have been lined up for the participants by district trainer-designate IPDG Manuel Along.
This training seminar is a must-attend event for all incoming officers for RY 2016-17 as follows: president, president-elect, president-nominee, immediate past president, vice-president, secretary, assistant secretary, treasurer, assistant treasurer, auditor, communication officer, club trainer, protocol officer, club membership chair, club admin chair, service projects chair, The Rotary Foundation chair, public relations chair and youth service chair.
Fill out the pre-registration form and sent it together with your payment to Joyce Libot, Pryce Plans Inc., Door 2, 2/L, LCC Bldg., Tiano corner Chavez, Cagayan de Oro City. For those coming from Zones 2, 3 and 4, there is an online registration at dta.rid3870carmenvalley.com. You may also download a PDF copy of the registration form, completely fill it out and email us a scanned copy. For our mutual verification and confirmation of your registration, please email us scanned copy or digital photo of your deposit slip, with your name clearly and legibly written on the deposit slip) at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. For group club payments, please indicate in your email (with the scanned or photo of deposit slip) the names of Rotarians being registered with the payment deposit. They may either individually register online or you may email us their registration details.
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