Thursday, December 31, 2009
As we usher in to the New Year 2010 , I would like to wish each one of you a wonderful New Year and may PEACE fill all the empty spaces around us.
And in you, may contentment answer all your wishes.
May comfort be yours, warm and soft like a sigh. And may this coming year show you that every day is really a first day, a new year.
Let abundance be your constant companion, so that you have much to share.
May you achieve the goal you have set for yourself like a lamp shining brightly on the Toastmasters paths you travel.
Let us together celebrate the new year and look forward to a successful term 2009/2010 in our District Toastmasters year!
You certainly will play a part. I look forward for your continued support.
Once again, Happy New Year 2010!
Saturday, December 26, 2009
Saturday, December 19, 2009
As part of TI’s inventory process, we will be unable to process the following transactions between December 17, 2009, and January 4, 2010 (including all submissions by mail and/or online):
- Supply orders
- New member kits
- Charter kits
- Education award certificates (including free advanced manuals)
Thursday, November 19, 2009
Venue - Imperial Hotel, Miri, Sarawak.
The 3-Rooms Executive Apartment is now fully booked.
They do have other category of rooms available and the rate are as follows:-
_*Hotel Guest Room*_
Superior Room @ RM 218.50 nett per room per night
Deluxe Room @ RM 264.50 nett per room per night
Suite Room @ RM 356.50 nett per room per night
Executive Room @ RM 356.50 nett per room per night
_*Imperial Suite (Apartment)*_
1-Room Deluxe Imperial Suite @ RM184.00nett per unit per night (for 1 king bedroom)
2-Rooms Deluxe Imperial Suite @ RM241.50nett per unit per night (for 1 king bedroom with 1 single bedroom)
2-Rooms Executive Imperial Suite @ RM310.50nett per unit per night (for 1 king bedroom with 1 twin bedroom)
Terms and conditions for all room reservation:-
1. All reservations must be guaranteed with a valid credit card within 14 days of booking otherwise such reservations will not be guaranteed and is subject to release such booking without prior notice.
2. Any cancellation of guaranteed reservation shall be charged with One(1) night room rate.
3. Standard Check in time is 3:00 p.m. Check out time is at 12:00noon. Earlier check-in and late check-out are subject to room availability.
4. All guest are required to produce their identities upon check-in.
Rate quoted above are for room only without breakfast
All reservation is subject to room availability.
Should you need any further information or assistance, please contact
Imperial Hotel [Miri]
Tel: +60 85 431133
Fax: +60 85 423355
Friday, November 13, 2009
Monday, November 2, 2009
2009/2010 Area Governors receives Medal/Ribbon/Pin recognition at District semi annual Hall of Fame Gala dinner for successfully chartering a club this term......
Beginning 3rd from left AGW7 Tan Lay Theng -ING Leadership, AGN5 Sabrina Abd.Rahim for PTSB, standing in for AGJ5 Rosita Taufieq for Highlander 001, standing in for AGH3 ...Taslim Jailani for Riaufiber and AGI2 Risti Brophy for Exxonmobil. Congratulations again to all AG's!
Sunday, November 1, 2009
YK TRUE PERFORMANCE CONSULTING
BA Hons (Anthropology & Sociology) UM
MA (Urban Anthropology) UM
CiPR (Mal), CiPD ( UK ), CTM ( USA )
ATMB ( USA ), MBTI Accredited Trainer
After passing all his important government examinations in high school and pre-university education, Wong has managed to secure a place in the country's oldest university that's University of Malaya. In 1987, visual disability did not deter him from getting his first degree in Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology & Sociology from the University of Malaya.
In his continuous efforts to develop himself further, he pursued a certificate programme in public relations at the Institute of Public Relations, Malaysia (IPRM) and in 1988 Wong emerged and won the best student award in the programme.
As the quest for knowledge was still burning, Wong made up his mind to pursue his second degree in Master of Arts majoring in Urban Anthropology and visual impairment again did not stop him from obtaining the degree with straight passes in 1992 from the University of Malaya. While pursuing his Master of Arts Degree, Wong was offered a post as a tutor at the university for two years.
Suite 9.04, Level 9,
Corporate Tower, Subang Square,
47500 Subang Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia.
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
(Click on the the wording to read article on The Star newspaper)
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Thursday, October 22, 2009
October 22 is an auspicious date for Toastmasters around the world. It marks the day that a small group of people, led by Dr. Ralph C. Smedley, held the first official Toastmasters meeting in the basement of a YMCA in Santa Ana, California, USA.
While the original intent of the group was to teach after-dinner speeches to young men, as we all know, Toastmasters has evolved to become a worldwide leader in communication and leadership development. This evolution was no accident; Dr. Smedley firmly believed that the improvement of a person's ability to communicate his or her ideas was a means of improving life in all its phases, personal as well as professional. It's a philosophy that resonates as clearly today as it did back in 1924.
Since its founding, Toastmasters International has empowered more than 4 million people to achieve their full potential and realize their dreams. Our organization's long-term success and growth is a tribute to Dr. Smedley's vision. He understood that communication isn't optional and leadership isn't always natural, but both can be learned through doing.
As we celebrate our 85th anniversary, the organization stands at a historic high point. Our membership is at an all-time high of 252,000 and growing, our programs are more expansive and our leaders have developed innovative strategies to keep up with advances and shifting cultural dynamics of the global age.
The next 85 years hold even greater promise as we continue to adapt and evolve in an ever-changing world. Let us work together to build our organization by building our members -- with confidence, leadership and service.
Thank you for all you do to support and serve Toastmasters.
Gary Schmidt, DTM
International President 2009/2010
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
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They have provide club and district officers customizable templates to increase brand awareness and ensure brand consistency through marketing, PR and other communication.
Once you've added your customized text, print the document using the recommended guidelines. Or save it to your computer and e-mail it as an attachment.
- Agenda (PDF) Agenda (Word)
- Business Cards (PDF) Business Cards (Word)
- Letterhead (PDF) Letterhead (Word)
- Brochure (PDF)
- Marketing Flier (PDF)
- Corporate Info Flier (PDF)
- Open House PowerPoint
- Meeting Invitation (PDF) Meeting Invitation (Word)
Friday, October 2, 2009
Be there at Genting Highlands, Kuala Lumpur 25th October for the finals.......
Thursday, October 1, 2009
We are pleased to note that a total of 72.84% of clubs in District 51 have submitted their membership renewals dues as of September 30th 2009. That is a total of 252 clubs out of 346 active clubs.
Clubs achieve Goal #10 when at least one membership renewal report AND one club
officer list are submitted on time. The club’s October-March membership renewal report must be received at World Head quarters on or before October 10 2009 to qualify for the DCP points. Online submission through the Toastmasters International Web site must be completed by the day of the deadline.
Renewals can be submitted online, by mail or by fax.
TI WHQ do not suggest submitting renewals by e-mail because it is not secure.
If paying by credit card, dues renewals can be paid online.
At least six members must pay dues; 3 must be renewing.
Friday, September 18, 2009
Have you signed up for the District 51 Oct 2009 KL Semi Annual Convention?
If not, do so quickly as the rates for all convention packages will go up by RM100.00 effective 1 October 2009.
Payments must be banked into the convention account with Maybank on or before 30 September 2009 for current rates to be applicable. Then e-mail the bank-in slip and the registration form to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Please log on to our blogspot for the registration forms and more information on the happenings at the Convention.
Look forward to seeing you all then.
Leong Oi Wah, DTM
Deputy Organising Chair
Absolutely Magical @ KL Genting 2009
District 51, 17th. Semi Annual Convention 23rd. - 25th. October 2009
Friday, September 11, 2009
John appreciation speech....thanking in particular members of District 51.....
To District 51.
Monday, September 7, 2009
Important Notes for Processing Membership Payments:
Renewals can be submitted online, by mail or by fax.
Toastmasters International world headquarters recommend that you do not submit renewals by e-mail because it is not secure.
If paying by credit card, dues renewals can be paid online.
If paying by check, you can print the list with the renewing members checked, and mail, along with payment to World Headquarters. Check must be payable to Toastmasters International.
These clubs below were among the earliest to submit their club membership renewal list for OCt-March period! Well done to the club officers of these 8 magical toastmasters clubs in District 51!
B 2 Verified complete - 9/3/2009 Taman Indrahana
K 2 Verified complete - 9/3/2009 Sandakan
K 4 Verified complete - 9/3/2009 Api-Api
C 5 Verified complete - 9/3/2009 Intec
I 4 Verified complete - 9/3/2009 Universitas Indonesia
N 4 Verified complete - 9/3/2009 MDT
M 2 Verified complete - 9/3/2009 Hokkien Huey Kuan JB Bilingual
C 2 Verified complete - 9/2/2009 IEM
Tuesday, September 1, 2009
Monday, August 31, 2009
Today is Malaysia 52nd Independence Day -
Wishing fellow Malaysians Toastmasters wherever you may be,
" Happy 52nd National Day "
The 2009 theme is =
(1 Malaysia, People First, Performance Now)
Sunday, August 23, 2009
Div P Contest - September 05th 2009
Div S Contest - Oct 4th 1-5pm Renesas Penang
Div K Contest - Oct 11th
Div G Contest - Oct 3rd
Div N contest - Oct 3rd Fairview Int. School, Bkt Jambul
Div H contest - Oct 3rd Medan
Thursday, August 13, 2009
Thursday, August 6, 2009
Recognize membership-builders for their performance."The deepest joy of belonging comes as one learns to cooperate, contribute and help . . ." - Dr. Ralph C. Smedley Founder, Toastmasters International
During the 2008-2009 program year, only 820 clubs out of over 12,000 clubs worldwide were awarded the Smedley Award for their achievements during Toastmasters membership building contest.
Smedley Award Program Dates: August 1 – September 30
It all began in 1924. Ralph Smedley invited a few men to meet in the Santa Ana, California YMCA where he conducted the first meeting of what would eventually evolve into Toastmasters International. One person initiated a program that would go on to affect millions of people. In his honor, can your club add five new, dual, or reinstated members between August 1 and September 30?
By doing so you’ll qualify to receive a "Smedley Award" ribbon to display on your club’s banner. Effective July 1, 2009, in addition to the ribbon, qualifying clubs will also earn a special discount code for 10% off their next club order.
Out of these 241 new members, 21 were from INTEL MSSC of Penang!
Congratulations for being the club with the most new member for the month of July 2009!
In addition to the 241 new members, 02 new clubs were chartered in July 2009 with 68 chartered member from ING Leadership of Kuala Lumpur Division W and Politeknik Tuanku Sultanah Bahiyah of Kulim Division N.
Monday, August 3, 2009
Toastmasters are taught to run meetings on time, finish speeches on time and make membership goals on time. "Beat the Clock" is about finishing the year on schedule -with a bang! Clubs adding five new, dual or reinstated members during these two months receive a "Beat the Clock" ribbon to display on the club’s banner.
Congratulations to these 37 Clubs in D51 that achieved this during the just concluded term.
Effective July 1, 2009, in addition to the ribbon, qualifying clubs will also earn a special discount code for 10% off their next club order.
Club Divison/Area - New Member
444 P 01 Satu Hati Club 5
754 I 02 Essential Club 8
1472 J 04 Kebayoran Club 5
2968 H 02 Polonia 5
3949 D 02 Twintech 5
4934 C 03 Extol 5
5058 C 04 Summit 10
6365 K 02 Sandakan Pidato 5
6376 K 06 The Brunei Speakers' 6
8969 B 04 Shah Alam 6
627611 P 02 Maxis 5
693567 N 06 Institut Perkim-Goon 1 5
693895 N 01 Sg Bakap 5
763429 I 01 The British Toastmasters Club 8
763432 J 03 SCBD TMC 6
789320 W 04 WIM TMC 12
791322 N 03 Achievers 7
798899 A 02 CIMA Johor 5
810576 C 01 INTELLIGENT Speakers 5
849962 C 02 Klang Bilingual 5
856876 A 03 MMHE 5
912815 K 01 Politeknik Kota Kinabalu 5
984614 W 02 Hasil 7
989349 S 03 Gurney-Hydro 13
1024975 W 06 HP Malaysia 6
1059572 D 01 INTI 7
1062062 B 01 Unitar 7
1066107 N 04 Intel Kulim 6
1166612 P 02 Tiger 9
1197998 J 03 Universitas Indonesia 10
1205355 D 02 Sarawak Women 11
1285147 W 04 Y.S.P. 8
1341086 E 02 Agile Performance Culture 6
1347384 B 04 Kelab Pidato Kuala Lumpur 16
1350324 N 03 Oracle Advanced 19
1357680 I 01 Academia 12
1358084 S 07 Helping Hand Advanced 16
Total Number of Clubs Getting Awards: 37
Friday, July 31, 2009
DISTRICT DISTRICT GOVERNOR
District 82 Arunasalam Balraj, DTM
District 79* Karantharath Radhakrishnan, ACG, CL
District 85 Victor Yu, ACS, CL
District 14 Cynthia B. Cannon, DTM
District 47 Antionette Maria Fox, DTM
District 51 Joseph Gomez, DTM
Select Distinguished Districts
District 81 Donna M. Knight, DTM
District 37 Charles H. Harvey, DTM
District 71* Gary Sander, DTM
District 67* Marian Hsiao, DTM
District 55* Stanley E. See, DTM
District 60 Janice E. Weir, DTM
Toastmasters certainly can help you through life’s challenges.
While the world are experiencing a massive economic downturn the past year, Toastmasters International has grown by nearly 6 percent, with 1,073 new clubs chartering in the recently concluded 2008/2009 term – an all-time high in the history of the organization.
That means there are now more than 12,500 clubs with 250,000 members in 106 countries.
In addition, fifty-six districts achieved Distinguished status including District 51, surpassing all previous years record. We thank each one of you members of D51 for your hard work and commitment in helping others becoming more confident speakers and leaders.
Monday, July 27, 2009
DTM Teo Siak Chuan, Richard - Miri Mandarin Club
DTM Sugiarto, Monika - Kebayoran Club
DTM Chia, Ray Swee Seng - Kota Kinabalu Mandarin
DTM Chong, Richard (Ritchie)- Malaysia Airlines Melor
DTM Gunawan, Tjandra - Jakarta Motivators
DTM Djojonegoro, Wardiman I. - Jakarta Motivators
DTM Walia, Skl - IEM
CC Salleh, Norfazliana UEM Group
CC Boon Ngee, Ng Maicsa
CC Chong, Sui May Maicsa
CC Ng, Pek Hoon Maicsa
CC An, Siew Jee Maicsa
CC Bolarinwa, Oluwakayode Oyinlola Famosa Club
CC Anuar Yatim, Ariff Imran Famosa Club
CC Wang, Hoe Yew Michael Teluk Intan
CC Ratna, Anna Maria Jakarta Motivators Club
CC Lumbantoruan, Dian M Jakarta Motivators Club
CC Salsabila, Evi Silvia Jakarta Motivators Club
CC Chin, Ching Wee Wellesley Mandarin
CC Teoh, Swee Khim Wellesley Mandarin
CC Huang, Ping Kuching Progressive
CC Ng, Teck Heng Sri Petaling Mandarin
CC Priadi, Dini Metropolitan Club
CC Pelawi, Ted Metropolitan Club
CC Mohd Yusof, Azlina UEM Academy
CC Lim, Zi Wen HELP University College
CC Lin, Mario Friendship Mandarin
CC CHONG-NARCIS, RUEY R HSBC Brunei Speakers
CC Lau, Chew Hock Connections
CC Ardiningtyas, Ria SCBD
CC Joe, Jefrey SCBD
CC Wong, How Jun Farlim
CC Loo, Lay Lean Surian Club
CC Chen, Yen Peng Surian Club
CC Wong, Siew Wai Surian Club
CC Khan, Mohamad Afzhan Great Eastern
CC Hashim, Che Harun Bin Mat YPJ
CC Geon, Mohd Amin B YPJ
CC Kok, Erni Julia Dynamic
CC Wahyudianto, Surya Dynamic
CC Lam, Lim Swee Eng Choon Huay Kuan Muar Mandarin
CC Chan, Lim Hock Eng Choon Huay Kuan Muar Mandarin
CC Wong, Su Ling Bintulu Foochow
CC Siong, Kiu Chiu Bintulu Foochow
CC Veronica Cendana Toastmasters Club
CC Wiratce Cendana Toastmasters Club
CC Jayanti, Metta Indah Cendana Toastmasters Club
CC Leong, Lorna AFC Toastmasters Club
CC Kumar, Ramratnam Ravi AFC Toastmasters Club
ACG Yike, Johnson Hean Choong - D'Utama
ACG Kwok Yoke Choon, Alex - Great Eastern
ACS Kartasasmita, Lina - Kebayoran Club
ACS YT Lee, Jarrod Chase - Kuala Lumpur Adv
ACS Kodiappen, Muthukumaran - Penang Advanced
ACS Lee, Terence CT - Institut Perkim-Goon 1
ACS Lim Phaik Hoon, June - Oracle Advanced
ACB Wong, Siao Yen - Johor Jaya
ACB Leong, Jasmine Mei Ping - Kota Kinabalu
ACB Chiong Tet Yung, Francis - MIHRM Club
ACB Liew Lee Kee, Jessica - Maicsa
ACB E, Son Lee - Maicsa
ACB Swee Kin, Maureen Ong - Bangsar Club
ACB Lee, Choy Yean - Sri Petaling Mandarin
ACB Bunyamin, Hendra - Maranatha Club
ACB Abedi Abdullah, Sarah - Intec
ACB Ram, Robert - IEM Toastmasters
ACB Hamzah, Hakim - MCOBA
ACB Sim, Gregory - Nilai UC
ACB Wibowo, Johanes - I.E.U
ALS Yee, Ong Shiow Satu Hati Club
ALS Teo Siak Chuan, Richard Miri Mandarin Club
ALS Sugiarto, Monika Kebayoran Club
ALS Gunawan, Tjandra Jakarta Motivators
ALS Djojonegoro, Wardiman I. Jakarta Motivators
ALS Chuan, Teik Boon MIM Petaling Jaya
ALS Walia, Skl IEM Toastmasters
ALS Ang, Eng Chai Intel Kulim
ALB Suat Hoong, Khoo Maicsa
ALB Ng, Francis Money Mastery-KL
ALB Pranata, David Surabaya
ALB Lee, Terence CT Institut Perkim-Goon 1
ALB Prastiwi, Irene Budi Dynamic
ALB Teh Hui Pheng, Karen Oracle Advanced
CL Fung Oi Wei, Ivy Api-Api
CL Lee, Sook Ping Maicsa Toastmasters Club
CL Hock Hai, Goh Bayan Baru
CL Lee, Choy Yean Sri Petaling Mandarin Club
CL Hong, Tze Wei Institut Perkim-Goon 1 Club
CL Chahal, Meeta WIM Toastmasters Club
CL Loui, Hoong Hua Premier Advanced
CL Loh, Chee Keong Renesas Success Penang
CL Yeap, Kian Yong Intel Kulim
Let us work on the Distinguished Club Program, Area Program and Division Program to lead our district to the best finishes possible for this term.
To District 51 before our reformation - to Magical Transformation!
Tuesday, July 14, 2009
Thursday, July 9, 2009
You were born to be significant. As you begin the term 2009-2010 on July 01st 2009 within your club under the leadership of your Club President and the new executive committee, you will have the one opportunity to transform yourself and the club in which you are a member.
You can choose to be a volunteer and yet still shape your world to your specifications, or you can be a victim and let circumstances dictate your design. You can choose to ensure your significance in your club even if it is only for a term. You don't have to wait until much of your life is past before thinking about the legacy that you leave. The earlier you begin to participate meaningfully within your club, area, division and beyond, the greater the impact you make on your own world and of course your club.
It is determined by what you do and why you do it. In your club activities, the one year term is short when measured by the things you can do with it. The challenge, then, is to choose your actions and activities meaningfully.
Every moment you give to insignificance diminishes your significance.
You can also achieve significant by completing an educational award as in Competent Communicator or an Advanced Communicator award or the Leadership award. The significance of completing this challenging task will ensure your club of achieving the educational goals, support your club meeting and help to attain the minimum Distinguished Club status for the coming term.
Introducing this program to people at your workplace or community is another very significant thing you can do. By doing so, you will witness how they will speak their way to magical transformation.
You were born to be significant, and your support to your home club is invaluable. Use the opportunity to transform yourself through the world’s leading organization in communication and leadership training within your club and beyond.
As you embark on another new term and journey in your Toastmasters world,
I know that you will gain the confidence and leadership to serve your club and our district.
Toastmasters: Speaking Your Way to Magical Transformation
Yours in Toastmasters,
District 51 Governor 2009-2010
Sunday, June 21, 2009
Just for YOU...MAS Travel Package
If you are looking for a good air travel package for the coming convention in Genting Highlands,
you may want to take a look at the special travel package arranged for you by Malaysia Airlines (MAS).
We have arranged with the airline sales department on some promotional fares.
Malaysia Airlines, the country's main airline carrier will be providing special assistance to all participants in making arrangements for their flights.
MAS will provide special discounts for the participants to attend the KL Genting Semi Annual Toastmasters Convention 2009.
As for the transfer from KLIA to Genting Highland and vice-versa, please note that MAS Holidays Department will have the Tour Management System (TMS) in place by then and the participants can go online and buy the transfer as DIY and pay using their credit card.
Click HERE for the Booking Procedure. And click HERE for the Terms and Conditions.
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
To be eligible for this award, a member must have:
~Achieved Advanced Leader Bronze award (or "old" Competent Leader award)
~Served a complete term as a district officer (district governor, lieutenant governor, public relations officer, secretary, treasurer, division governor or area governor). A complete term is defined as having served at least from September 1 through June 30. Those assuming office after September 1 do not qualify as having served a full term
~Completed the High Performance Leadership program
~Served successfully as a club sponsor, mentor or coach
Advanced Leader Bronze (ALB)
To be eligible and applying for this award, a member must have:
~Achieved new Competent Leader award
~Achieved Competent Communicator award (or Competent Toastmaster award)
~Served at least six months as a club officer (president, vice president education, vice president membership, vice president public relations, secretary, treasurer or sergeant at arms) and participated in the preparation of a Club Success Plan while serving in this office
While serving in the above office, participated in a district-sponsored club officer training program
~Conducted any two presentations from The Successful Club Series and/or The Leadership Excellence Series (may not be those completed for previous awards)
Thursday, June 11, 2009
Sunday, June 7, 2009
Saturday, May 30, 2009
177 clubs are with membership of 20 or more which represents 59% of the total paid clubs.
24 clubs are with membership of 17-19 members - 8%.
38 clubs are with membership of 13-16 members - 13%.
58 clubs are with membership of below 13 - 20%.
Let's continue to have the Courage to Conquer that all clubs within your area and division falls under membership of 20 or above.
Please update your club membership renewals soonest before ned of June 30th 2009.
Friday, May 22, 2009
Want to know who won your district’s International Speech Contest?
Kuala Lumpur on October 23rd - 25th 2009.
Convention Focus & Theme
The focus on the convention is to provide a platform for
toastmasters’ members to gather to share and experience the
which is the theme of our convention.
Convention Packages* Individual for English/Mandarin combined
Please register your interest with Gerald Quinten, DTM, Organising Chair
to the KL Genting 2009 Semi Annual Convention Organizing Committee.
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Spread this great news and events to all friends, colleagues or
as a gift to your staff for an enriching experience!
Do a small favor for the District, if you are unable to attend , please at least forward this information to others in your clubs or five outside friends.
Thursday, May 21, 2009
Monday, May 18, 2009
Division W at 90%, Div P & N above 80%, Div I, A & J above 70% while Division B, S, K & M are below 70% from their CC's goal.
Advanced Communicator ~ Division I, E, N , J , W, K, A & H have met their goals based on 1% of their division membership base.
Division C at 92.3%, Division S, B, D & P above 80% from goals and Division M at 57.14%.
Leadership award ~ Division I & E have met their Leadership Goal of CL, ALB, ALS, DTM.
Division W, B & S are now above 90% from their goal, Division N above 80%, Division K above 70%, Division C, H & M at the 60+% mark, Division A, P , J & D are below the 60% mark.
Membership Renewals ~ Division A, I, P, E, B, C & M have met their membership renewals goals. Division W & K above the 90+% mark and Division S, H , J , N & D are below the 90% mark.
Club Goal ~ Division I have a surplus of 03 clubs from goal, Division A & P have met their goal, Division B, C, E, H, M & W are short of 02 clubs from goal, Division D, K & S are short of 05 clubs from goal, Division J short of 7 clubs and Division N short of 8 clubs from goal.
District 51 Courage to Conquer Paper Weight – RM 20 each
District 51 Courage to Conquer Pin – RM 5 each
If all three items are ordered together, the total will be RM 50 (saving of RM5).
Courier can be arranged – Peninsula RM 7.75 and Sabah & Sarawak RM 17.
Payment must be made to the district account – Alliance Bank – 120600010038526
Account name – Joseph Gomez & Richard Chong @Ritchie.
Please place your order by emailing to district governor Joseph Gomez @ email@example.com and copying district treasurer Lim Kah Hong @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
District 51 has grown over 300 clubs thus we are going to a reformation process again for the 2nd time after we first split with the birth of District 80 comprises Singapore, Thailand, Macau and Hong Kong. District 51 will again split after the end of the next term 2009/2010 beginning July 1st 2010.
Friday, April 24, 2009
08 Divisions out of 14 division will surely meet the target with remaining 6 divisions with tougher task. Let us help all those in our division.......The clubs to be at charter strength and minimum 5 DCP come June 2009.
Tuesday, April 21, 2009
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