Rotary Club of Northern Guam (RID 2750)
Northern Guam
Wednesdays at 12:00 PM
1st two WED of every month
Hilton Fisherman’s Cove
Tumon,  96913
Our Club Bulletin
Vol. 1 Issue 4 August 12, 2020
August 12 In-Person meeting at the Hyatt CHANGED to Zoom Conferencing Meeting.
Paul Harris Fellow +2 - PP KEVEN CAMACHO
Paul Harris Fellow +3 - PP JOHN TERLAJE
August 4 Meeting
Pacific News Center covers our Guest Speaker - Dr. Robert Underwood
August is Membership Month, which means it's time to celebrate Northern Guam members and the good we do in our community!
Share your experience with a colleague, friend, family member about the
  • COVID-19 food bank donations;
  • Help the Homeless donations;
  • Island clean up project.
Future projects planned are the
  • International Coastal Cleanup;
  • Paint a Bus Stop;
  • Tree Planting;
  • Dictionaries for Third Graders.
Tell them about our Peace Memorial at Two Lover's Point.
Be a Proud Member!
President's Message - August 12, 2020
Dear Fellow Rotarians,
August is Membership and Club Development Month.  RI President Holger Knaack and District Governor Yuichi Fukuhara have both reiterated the importance of growing Rotary and developing healthy, vibrant Clubs around the world.  In my induction speech I too spoke about growing our Club as it is one of three strategic priorities for the year (the other two being our Cause and ensuring Continuity). 
One key area to growing our Club is to increase participation of our current members. How so?  By being flexible and more nimble particularly during these unprecedented times so members can stay active with the Club.  Members have a few more options now:  attend a daytime meeting or an evening social fellowship event; choose a daytime attendance option (in-person or virtual).
Communication with the members has also been enhanced with Northern Star now an e-Bulletin.  .
One might say attending our Wednesday meetings is important which they are, but what’s most important is the level of “participation” by each of our members.  We joined Rotary so we can participate in various community service projects from tree-planting to picking up trash along our highway, from distributing dictionaries to 3rd graders to decorating a facility which provides critical social services to you and their families so that we can share the spirit and joy of Christmas, from promoting peace and good will to raising funds through a bowling funfest to support our club service projects, etc.  The key to our success as a Club is having active members – participating and sharing fellowship with one another.
Rotary Opens Opportunities.  Let’s make RCNG a much stronger Club this year by being once again an active Rotarian.
Yours in Rotary,  P Hermie
Attendance Report - August 12, 2020
Attendance Report for August 4, 2020
Of the 31 total members attending 8/4 Meeting held including Makeups.
Who we are
Northern Guam was chartered as a club 12 November 1975.
We are a group of women and men, from many nationalities, committed to the Rotary guiding principle of "Service Above Self".
Membership is open to all, regardless of gender, religious affiliation, political affiliation, sexual orientation, or nationality.
We are a small family-friendly group dedicated to improving our community through our service projects.
Members and guests are encouraged to bring their families and friends to our meetings.
With you, we can do even more!
2021 Rotary International Convention
The Rotary International Convention, scheduled for 12-16 June 2021, in Taipei, Taiwan, will now be a virtual event in response to the ongoing threat of COVID-19.
Birthdays & Anniversaries - August 2020
Member Birthdays
John Terlaje
August 4
Ina Lee
August 22
Join Date
Jean Chabanne
August 1, 2018
2 years
John Ilao
August 1, 2018
2 years
John Terlaje
August 19, 2015
5 years
Victor Valenzuela
August 25, 2008
12 years
Peace Memorial Website