Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Farewell Party for 2009/2010 Exco

The Farewell party is on 23rd, Thursday .Venue at MP steamboat. Time 7 pm. Contact Mr President for more info

Saturday, December 11, 2010

NEW FRESH LOOK :D

A new fresh look to the term 2010-2011...


Hope that we'll be continuing our journey to serve the school and community in every way possible.


~SERVICE ABOVE SELF~

Saturday, November 13, 2010

42nd District Interact Conference

Rotary International District 3300







Host Club : Rotary of Seremban
3rd to 5th December 2010
Royale Bintang Resort, Seremban




1. Conference Date: 3 to 5 December 2010.
2. Conference Venue : Royale Bintang Resort, Seremban.
3. Objective of Conference: To Provide Leadership Training And Motivation.
4. Registration Fee: RM 175 per participant which includes accommodation for two (2) nights and all meals (breakfast, lunch, tea break, dinner and supper) through out the conference.
5. Registration Period: 15 September to 30 October 2010 on a first come first serve basis.
6. Registration on 3rd December 2010 from 8 am – 12 pm only. (700 participants only).
7. Dress Code: All Interactors / participants are advised to dress appropriately at all
No slippers, sandals, sleeveless shirts, mini skirts, shorts, etc. will be permitted during the
Conference. Name tags given on registration, must be worn at all times.
a) Opening Ceremony - Interact / school uniform (with tie)
b) Conference Plenary Sessions / Workshops - Interact Tee-Shirt
c) Sports and Outdoor events - Collared Tee-Shirt and track pants (no shorts)
d) Fellowship / Dinners - Smart Casuals
8. All participants must attend all sessions and must strictly observe punctuality.
9. Sponsoring Rotary Clubs are responsible for the necessary insurance coverage for all Interactors sponsored to the conference by the clubs.
10. Sponsoring Rotary Clubs are responsible for safe transport of their Interactors to and from Seremban.
11. Transport / Travelling arrangement: Participants are to arrange their own transportation to and from the Conference Venue and are to arrive ONLY on the morning of 3rd December 2010. Shuttle buses will be provided from Seremban Terminal 1 & 2 Bus Stations (wait in front of taxi stand) and KTM Commuter Station at specific times to be announced. Outstation participants are required to provide details of their arrival and departure dates and times and mode of transport so that this requirement can be coordinated.
12. The organizers will not accept any responsibility for any valuables and money in case of any loss or damage.
13. Enquires to Secretariat :
Organizing Chairman : PP Andy Liew h/p: 016-9989992
Deputy Organizing Chairman : PP Dr.C.Paul h/p: 019-6546070
Host Club President : President Chiang Sooi Yee h/p: 012-3108378
Committee members : PP Lim Wee Thim h/p: 012-3068187
: PP Jerome Selvaratnam h/p: 012-3308071
: Rotarían Shoba h/p: 019-6609941
14. Conference Venue :
ROYALE BINTANG RESORT, SEREMBAN
Tel: 06 766666 / 1800 88 1238
Seremban, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia

PROM NIGHT entitled POLIO-FREE FOR ALL



Teacher advisor, Miss Foong and Mrs Soam.
Chairmen, Ilmin and Edmund Liew.
Mr President, Chan Kah Chun and board of Committee members, Kwah Ji Kent, Beh Ee Jian, Dhanesh Rajan, Kenny Liew, Harold William, Meng Kwan, Matthew Wong and Ian Lim.






Master of Ceremony of the Night, President Kah Chun and his partner Miss Anna



Masterminds for this whole event ;)

Chairmen Interactor Edmund Liew and Interactor Muhammad Ilmin

A handsome Prom King and a gorgeous Queen - Farris Daniel and Amanda Pan



Photos are on Facebook guys. Check em' out!

It was a definitely a success as we managed to organise this Prom without any malfunction and with the great audience and not to be forgotten, the awareness regarding Polio diseases has been delivered clearly.

Thanks to the
committee members for such a great job, to the MC and his partner, teachers and rotarian. Service Above Self :)

Interact Leadership Training Seminar


Interact Leadership Training Seminar was held at Ipoh International School (IIS) on 25th of September 2010. This seminar was for all the Directors of Interact Clubs around Ipoh.

Interact Club of St. Michael's Institution was represented by President
Beh Ee Jian, Vice President Kwah Ji Kent, Secretary Dhanesh Rajan and Directors Ilmin, Jevin, Alex Tan, Matthew Wong and Khai Jiax.

It was brilliant indeed as this seminar helped us on motivating us to uphold the standard of our Interact Club. It was a success seminar :)

Thursday, September 16, 2010

PROM NIGHT entitled POLIO-FREE FOR ALL

In order to raise awareness regarding this disease, Polio, the Interact club of St. Michael's Institution is organizing a prom night. This event will not only raise awareness regarding Polio but also to raise fund to help the effort of preventing this disease.

Details :

Theme : Dress to Impress
...
Date : 18th September 2010
Time : 5.30 pm - 9.00 pm (5.30 - 6.00 for registration)
Venue : Syuen Hotel Ipoh

Dress code : Formal attire

Tickets are priced @ RM 40 per person.

# ALL PROFITS raised will proceed to polio awareness efforts

▶ Special performance by SOUL CREW

If you don't have a date or a partner to bring along, there's no harm riding solo! Come over with a couple of buddies and just chill out. Enjoy yourself during the dance floor or just come for the food! ;)

The buffet line-up has a whole variety, choose from Japanese, Western or barbecue!

Don't miss out this PROM! Invite your friends along. RSVP with us via
Facebook on this event page and for further information, please contact :

Project Chairman - Interactor Muhd Ilmin ▶ 014-6038383
Project Chairman - Interactor Edmund Liew ▶ 016-5638262

and other admins as well

President Derek Chan Kah Chun
Interactor Kwah Ji Kent
Interactor Beh Ee Jian
Interactor Ji Zen Tan
Interactor Mengkwan Chow
Interactor Kenny Liew
Interactor Dhanesh Rajan
Interactor Harold William Howell
Interactor Foh Joon
Interactor King Chew
Interactor Matthew Wong

TICKETS are limited, get it quick :)

Service Above Self ;)

Friday, August 13, 2010

AGM 2009/2010

video

Dear Interactors,

This will be my final blog post for SMI INTERACT CLUB BLOGSPOT.

After a long long journey leading this amazing and living/lively club , its time for me to say goodbye.Its been a memorable -full of good and bad times - but this experience has make me indirectly to be more mature mentally and to be a leader.I have seriously gained a lot and meet many new people , friends ,adults which has different personality and this club has given me a chance to learn things that you cant get from other clubs..And I can conclude this whole journey as a priceless and unforgetable journey.Thank you everyone out there for everthing.Its really nice knowing every single one of you and working and 'interacting' with you guys.

To all Interactors ,past or present :i would like to apologise if ever ,i had offended you in anyway.

To the new BOD , we have chose you for a reason.i want you to be better than us.Organise more cool projects and stufs.keep the interact flag of SMI flying up high and you guys can count on the outgoing BOD to help out in times of need.To Int Ilmin and Int Kuganesh,keep on updating the blog and FB and make them better than i did.

To outgoing BOD ,thank you for everything.may our memories in this club be unforgettable.

Just thank you and good luck.

This is the President Interact Club term 2009/2010,

-President Chan Kah Chun-

signing out -

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Board of Term 2010/2011

:)

President - Beh Ee Jian

Vice President 1 - Aaron Ong Karl Vin
Vice President 2 - Kwah Ji Kent

Secretary - Dhanesh Rajan
Asst. Secretary -Alvin Chan Keng Hoe
Treasurer - Lai Jun Yean
Asst. Treasurer -Virakphan

Directors & Asst. Directors :-

Publicity Director : Muhammad Ilmin
Asst. Publicity Director : Kuganesh Kandasamy

International Understanding Director : Edmund Liew
Asst. International Understanding Director : Wong Khai Jiax

Funding Director : Matthew Wong
Asst. Funding Director : Jonathan Ho

Community Service Director : Alex Tan
Asst. Community Service Director : Ian Lim

Club Service Director: Jevinder Singh
Asst. Club Service Director : Khalil Malik

Form 5 Representative : Nicholas Ruben
Form 4 Representative : Darren Lee

Sunday, August 8, 2010

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING -10/08/10 - tuesday -1400 hours -lecture theatre


PROM NIGHT ENTITLED 'POLIO-FREE FOR ALL'

GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!

CONTRIBUTION TO THE SCHOOL by INTERACT CLUB SMI


LED NOTICE BOARDSMI WAKAF



AGM

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 09/10
date - 10th August 2010
time - 2.00p.m. to 3.30p.m.
venue - lecture theater

*attendance is compulsory.pls be punctual

Sunday, July 25, 2010

SMI FLOWER ARRANGEMENT COMPETITION 2010

Int.Ilmin and President Kah Chun (represented Interact club of SMI)



the real winner,the real champion ,the real people are from INTERACT CLUB of SMI. though we did no win,but we knew we are champion in our own way.had a really great time arranging horny flowers.thank you Int Ilmin from President Kah Chun...BRAVO...

KL CLUB TRIP












the trip was really cool,fun ,awesome,'cheap' and etc etc etc...those who miss this trip,u jus missed the fun (so sad)! thank you INTERACTORs for ur 'songs'.had a really great time and memorable moments with you guys.TQ
signing off
President Kah Chun



SAB n MBS (KL) joint IU DAY 2010






attended Sekolah Aminuddin Baki and Methodist Boy's School ,KL joint INTERNATIONAL UNDERSTANDING DAY

Sunday, July 11, 2010

thirtyfirstjuly2010

Perak Open Rubic's Cube Championship is just around the corner.The competition will be held on 31st July 2010 in St michael's Institution school hall .To those who wants to be the next Perak State Champion ,please register yourself at www.worldcubeassociation.org/results/c.php?i=PerakOpen2010 .

Interact Club of SMI would like to congratulate the two chairmans of this event for organising this event(and it going to be a success event ).They are Interactor Jevinder Singh and Interactor Alex Tan.SMI Interact Club will appreciate their hardwork and effort for making this event a success.Not forgetting the other Interactors who help out directly and indirectly in making this event a success.Bravo people!

signupnow!---signupnow!---

Orphanage Visit






Community Service Commission lead by Interactor Beh Ee Jian visited Good Shepherd Orphanage Home on 10th July 2010.This visit was attended by SMI Interactors,Miss Foong,Rotaractors and Rtn Arthur.Thank you and well done people

Saturday, July 10, 2010

i Love SMI


The Community Service Commision had succesfully sold all the button tags printed with 'I LOVE SMI' in just two days .The selling price was RM2.00 only. Michaelians and teachers as well had show their fullest support towards this project .The main objectives of this project were to raised funds for an orphanage in Buntong ,Ipoh (Good Shepherd Home) and to raised awareness to all Michaelians to love their school.The orphanage visit will be on 10th July 2010.
signing off-

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Multi Media Board

Both the Interact Club and Rotaract Club of St Michael's Institution will soon have new multi-media Boards to announce their activities and publicise other information relevant and interesting to Michaelians.

These multi-media Boards will be in the form of what is known as a "wakaf". It is shaped like a small wooden house without walls. The St Michael's logo and motto "Quis Ut Deus" as well as the Rotary logo will be carved into the vertical beams.

Michaelians will not only be able to read more elaborate, larger and attractive notices on the Boards but also be able to sit and relax in the wakaf, especially during Recess.

The wakaf should improve the landscape of the SMI grounds.

In addition, a digital LED notice board will be installed at the Entrance to the school. This has been mainly sponsored by the Interact Club of SMI.

The wakaf dan digital notice board and hopefully stand as symbols of the contributions through the ages of Interact to St Michael's and Michaelians.

This symbol has been made possible by an anonymous sponsor sourced by Rotarian Arthur.

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Friday, June 4, 2010

CLUB TRIP

attention interactors,
our club trip will be on 17th July 2010
we will be heading to the capital city of Malaysia
this is a one day trip
participants will visit Berjaya Times Square for their theme park where we will have lunch
later we will head to Pavillion / Sungai Wang
and other places you would like to visit, pls suggest!

INTERVIEW FOR IN-COMING BOARD

Attention to all Form 4 including form 4 directors,
there will be an interview
on 21st June 2010 - time 1405 - at 5sc6
attendance is compulsory!

-president KC-

tq

Friday, May 21, 2010


SMI INTERNATIONAL UNDERSTANDING
IT WAS A SUPERB & SUCCESS EVENT with our patriotic theme -I LOVE MALAYSIA ,HOW ABT YOU??-

date -17th April 2010
time - 1000 - 1500
venue- smi hall

HERE ARE the PICS OF OUR SUCCESSFUL EVENT.........
















THANKS to

-Miss Foong , Mrs Soam , Rtn Arthur, President , Vice president , Secretary , Treasurer , IU director , directors , form 5 Interactors , Form 4 Interactors , Form 3 Interactors , Mr Lee , MMB , SMI Wushu , Miss Shantini , TLS SMI , SMI Dance club , Interactors who performed ( Mun Kit , Daniel Loh ,Kah Chun , Hun Yee ,Eric Ewe , Hanaffey and actors for the opening sketch ) , everyone who directly or indirectly helped out on the success of this yearly event.
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Thursday, May 6, 2010

Official Pic of IU Day of SMI



A total of 170 Interactors from 6 schools together with 2 Rotaractors from RACUTP attended the above event.

Our theme was, "We love Malaysia, what about you ?"

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

As an exchange student I had the chance to take part in the
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards 2010, in Port Dickson, from the 4th to
the 7th of March.

On the 4th early morning, Luca from Germany and I arrived at
the train station at KL Sentral, to meet with the Rotarians that were
organizing transportation to the venue in Port Dickson. We took the
KTM straight to Seremban and then jumped onto the bus dedicated to
the transport of the RYLA participants going to Port Dickson. Along the
journey we got started with the fellowship process, and created some
bonds very quickly with other participants, especially Ibrahim from
Pakistan and Azubuike from Nigeria.

When we arrived at the Eagle Ranch Resort, we all queued up for
registration, got our t-shirts and got acquainted with our respective
groups with whom we were going to spend the whole RYLA adventure.
We were allowed to take our lunch and settle down in our dormitories
before coming back for our first session, an educational talk by Dr.
Suresh Govin. The talk was definitely interesting, and in my opinion
was giving a different point of view on the way we should make the
choices we, youths, have to make every day. After the session we
gathered on the field for the telematches, which were very
fun team games. The icebreaking session earlier went well and so the
team spirit in the team was therefore very good.
In the evening, we all gathered again for our second session, a talk by a
banker from HSBC about financial management. In my humble opinion,
this talk was not very instructive, and I found the speaker very businessminded
and his promotional presentation a bit inappropriate. We ended
the day with a debriefing and went to bed. Very tiring first day!
The second day began extremely early, with the Rise and Shine, a bit
of exercise to start the day properly. After that we had breakfast and
headed to the beach for rafting. Gathered in our teams we had to build
a raft of our own and paddle to the flags floating away from the beach
and come back. Great team spirit and a lot of fun! It was an interesting
experience in the way we had to make emergency decisions, manage
to lead the team efficiently without disagreeing with each other.
After that we all had a long break for lunch and the Friday prayer,
which most of used to take a rest. The long days and the shorts nights
left us tired! The break was followed by a Rope course that, although
very fun, in my opinion, did not bring us much in terms of leadership
or even fellowship. After dinner we all went back to the hall for a talk
by Sivapragasam Arumugam, a professional Law of Attraction trainer,
who, on top of being an ex-Rylarian of the year, turned out to be a very
good speaker, and managed to introduce us to the law of attraction.

We ended up with another debriefing and went to bed.
On Saturday morning we all gathered for the Rise and Shine once
again, but this time it was very soft, and those who were late
weren’t punished (probably because our beloved commandant was
not around!). The programme went on with a talk by Dato’ Arthur
Edmonds about juvenile delinquency. Fairly informative! That talk was
followed by a treasure hunt and an unforeseen talk about Rotaract
by Rotaracter Kulvinder Kaur and finally, we reached the session that
I, as an ex-Interact conference participant, was longing for: the talk
by Gerard Lazarus. Even though his talk involved a couple of points
already exposed in the talk given at the interact conference, it was,
as expected, very funny, lively, informative and inspiring!

The afternoon went on peacefully with the free time that we were
given to prepare the following day’s team performances. The evening
–the last that we spent in the camp- went on with a barbecue dinner
and a show time. Our future Rylarian of the year, Mansoor from Pakistan
entertained us with his guitar, his voice and his impressive knowledge
of Urdu, Hindi and Punjabi songs. After supper and debriefing, we all
went to bed, more tired than ever.

Thanks to our most merciful commandant, we were exempted from
Rise and Shine and enjoyed our extra-sleep very much. We were given
a short time to revise our performance of the day, and gathered in
the hall for the evaluation, the debriefing, the closing ceremony, the
show-time and the presentation of awards and certificates. Mansoor
was elected rylarian of the year and we all got our certificate. After
thanking the organizers, we all took the bus back to Seremban, and
returned home.

In conclusion, I would say that RYLA was a tremendously enriching
and fun experience. Very interesting and inspiring talks, a great
fellowship, and a great deal of new friends!

Thibaut Dalle
France

Monday, April 19, 2010

Short Term Student Exchange

The District YEP Committee Is Calling For Applicants For A Short Term Youth Exchange To RI D3060, Gujarat, India.

The Programme Will Be Very Exciting And Our Outbound Team Will Have The Very Special Experience Of Being Hosted By The Rotarians Of RI D3060.

The Dates : 2 Weeks In Mid-December ’10

Closing Date For Applications – Once I Get My 7-Members

Who can apply : Youth between the ages of 15-19years.

Can Rotarians’ Children Apply? – YES

Our Youth Will Be Provided Homestay & Meals In A Safe Environment By Rotarians Of RI D3060.

A Full Itinerary of Activities & Visits will be Planned By The Host District.

This includes Homestay, Attending Rotary Club Meetings, Projects, Meeting Interactors, Rotaractors, Tours In The State Of Gujarat.

Requirements

1. Complete the Short Term Application Form in Quardruplet

2. Purchase Return Airfare (Committee will coordinate so that team leave & return on same flight together)

3. Purchase Insurance (around RM100)

4. Processing Fee – RM200-250 ea

5. Internal Travelling Expenses USD200 ea

6. Coordinate With Team To Prepare A Presentation

7. Attend Orientations Organized By YEP Committee

If you are interested please contact Rotarian Arthur Yeong either at arthuryeong8888@yahoo.com or 012 530 1888.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Interactors build homes for Mexico's poor

Interactors build homes for Mexico's poor

The Interact Club of La Jolla High School, California, USA, is making a difference by helping to build new homes for some of the poorest residents of Tijuana, Mexico.

Interactors and the sponsor Rotary Club of La Jolla have collaborated with Project Mercy, a San Diego-based nonprofit that brings groups to Mexico for a day to build simple single-family houses.

"This is a unique opportunity for the students to understand the incredible difference they can make in communities in need," says Rotarian Calvin Mann, the La Jolla club's youth service committee chair. "It's a universally good experience."

Through Project Mercy, Interactors have built 11 homes for families in the last three years. A group of about 15 to 20 Interactors, parents,and Rotarians can build a home in one day. Interactors raise $3,500 per home through school fundraising activities and Rotarian contributions.

Project Mercy works with communities to identify needy families, many of whom live in flimsy shacks with dirt floors and tarp roofs. The organization hires local construction workers to pour concrete foundations, then brings in volunteers to build the homes.

The project is just one of five stories highlighted on the new Interact promotional DVD, Interact: Make a Difference,designed to inspire young people to join Interact and to motivate Rotarians to sponsor a club in their community.
http://shop.rotary.org/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=&products_id=215


Watch the video

http://www.rotary.org/en/StudentsAndYouth/YouthPrograms/Interact/Pages/\
ridefault.aspx .

In the series, Interactors and Rotarians explain the effect Interact has had on their lives and how the program is making a difference in their communities and around the world. The four remaining stories will be posted on the RI website in the coming months.

The videos also will be available on RI's YouTube channel so club members can embed them on their own social networking pages, sharing the Interact message with a broader audience.

Kids passionate about raising pennies to fight polio

With the help of friends, 11-year-old Tyler Dorsey is collecting
thousands of pennies to help in Rotary's effort to eradicate polio.

After Tyler heard about a man in Alabama, USA, who had cashed in 1.3
million pennies in 2005 for $13,000 in paper bills, he set out to
surpass that feat and give the money to PolioPlus.

Though the children have not reached the million-penny mark yet, Tyler,
Aida Alonso, Lindsey Hutchinson, and Connor Smith presented a check in
February for $1,008.04 to Shane Burr, governor of District 6910
(Georgia), and Gary Moore, district PolioPlus subcommittee chair. They
will turn another check over to the district after 30 June and plan on
continuing to raise funds for polio eradication after that.

The foursome started collecting pennies in July in memory of Wilford
Ash, a local educator who had contracted polio as a child. The friends,
members of the Better Home Town Junior Board in Cleveland, Georgia, also
plan on selling jigsaw puzzles with historic scenes of Cleveland and
donating a portion of the proceeds to PolioPlus.

"I've just always wanted to help people," says Tyler, who
said he is excited the pennies are helping more than 1,000 children. It
costs as little as 60 cents to protect a child against polio.

"Just thinking about people not being able to walk is a very sad
situation," says Aida.

To collect the pennies, the children distributed 20 jars and three
plastic tubs among downtown businesses. The White County Fire Department
donated a 5-gallon bucket of pennies, and White County Rotarians made
contributions and picked up some of the containers.

Tyler learned about Rotary through Maria Jurado-Flynn, president of the
Rotary Club of White County and executive director of Cleveland Better
Home Town. Tyler's father, a police officer, had introduced him to
Jurado-Flynn after Tyler expressed an interest in historic preservation.
In addition to revitalizing downtown, Cleveland Better Home Town
organizes community events, so Jurado-Flynn asked Tyler, then age nine,
to chair an autumn festival. He later received permission to create his
own junior board and attended several Rotary club meetings.

On his own initiative, Tyler hosted a food drive last year that netted
two truckloads of items and $1,800, including donations from Rotarians.

"He's really fallen in love with what Rotary does, and I really
think it's helped shape who he is becoming," says Jurado-Flynn.
"It's going to shape what these kids do for the rest of their
lives."

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

SMI IU DAY


Theme for IU Day

THEME

Theme of IU DAY 2010 -

I LOVE MALAYSIA, HOW ABOUT YOU?

The theme is pretty much very simple : to create an understanding of our diverse cultures and traditions of the different races in our beloved country, Malaysia.
Our history is so rich and we are very international with many many races and cultures built into our lifestlyes. Whether Malay, Chinese, Indian, Punjabi, Kadazan, or wherever else our ancestry is from, we are still Malaysians and we love this country. If you do, great. If you don’t, we’ll help you see that there is so much to love about Malaysia !

Programme

PROGRAMME for THE DAY
IU DAY 2010

• 0930 - Registration starts
• 1000 - Welcoming Slideshow
• 1015 - INTRO(SKETCH)
• 1040 - Ice-Breaker
• 1100 - Rotarian’s speech
• 1110 - President’s speech
• 1115 - Performances
• 1200 - Games
• 1305 - Lunch
• 1345 - ‘Being less selfish’ session
• 1420 - Highlights
• 1500 - Performance (closing)
• 1330 - End

Thursday, April 1, 2010

We are proud to present our IU DAY !

welcoming all of you (interactors n leos) to our annual-

SMI INTERNATIONAL UNDERSTANDING DAY 2010

date - 17 th april 2010
time - 1000 to 1500
venue - SMI school hall
attire -semi formal
fees -RM10
theme - I LOVE MALAYSIA, HOW ABOUT YOU??

visit our blog again(next week) to get more INFO!!

CLUB MEETING

GENERAL MEETING

date - 5th April 2010
time - 1400 sharp to 1515
venue - 5sc6
agenda theme - knowing urself and others

*Interactors, pls bring along your koko book and be punctual for the Meeting

tq-

IU DAY

MAIN CONVENT INTERNATIONAL UNDERSTANDING DAY

organiser - SMK Convent Ipoh
date - 11th April 2010
time - 0830 - 1200 (registration -0800)
theme - korea, discover your seoul
fee - RM10
dress code - semi formal

Pls submit ur names to president Kah Chun!

IU DAY

INTERNATIONAL UNDERSTANDING DAY

organiser - SMK Jalan Tasek
venue - Open Hall (block D)
date - 3rd April 2010
time - 0900 - 1230 (register -0830)
attire - semi formal
admission - RM10

Saturday, March 20, 2010

VIDEO for 3rd GENERAL MEETING

The clip below was taken before our 3rd General Meeting 2010 by Rotarian Arthur.Click to play!

video

VIDEO for 2nd GENERAL MEETING

In our second General Meeting 2010, games was on the agenda for that day.The video below is a short clip of the 'games time'.Click to play!

video

30th ANNIVERSARY OF ROTARY CLUB OF KINTA

30th ANNIVERSARY OF ROTARY CLUB OF KINTA on 23rd February 2010. Attended by Miss Foong Yin Pui (teacher advisor), President Kah Chun, Secretary Jia An, our School Principal Mr Phoon and his wife together with Rotarian Arthur and all the members of the Rotary Club of Kinta.




Saturday, March 13, 2010

WE are the world!

Hey Interactors! Have a wonderful holiday ahead and please take care of yourselves! God bless all of YOU! :D








HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!




(v.p. A.O)