Monday, October 9, 2017

Cooking for Life Program - 19 Clubs Recognized


The Rotary Club of Sto Domingo QC salutes the clubs of RI District 3780, and their respective TGP Presidents, who are supporting scholars in Cooking for Life Program with Rotary 3780.

A total of 45 scholars from our indigent brothers and sisters are in the process of training to become very employable chefs at the Center for Culinary Arts, Manila.

Sunday, March 19, 2017

Rotary Club of Sto Domingo at the District Rota-Bowl 2017

Congratulations to the winners and to everyone who played and cheered in the spirit of Rotary...

Saturday, March 18, 2017

RCSD Culinary Livelihood Workshop at Barangay Sto Domingo

This outreach was made possible through the avid participation of our partner - the Center for Culinary Arts.

Saturday, December 10, 2016

Christmas Party 2016

The camarederie, the food, the songs, the gifts -- and, last but not the least, the prayers -- were all moments to reminisce. Looking forward to the next Christmas Party...

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Telling the Truth: A Rotarian's Bitter-Sweet Dilemma

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE
Marvin Macatol
17 January 2012

The New Year 2012 is here and I wish it finds you well. I also wished the Christmas Season that closed the previous year was spent well and joyously with family and loved ones.

As you may already know, in another part of the country, I couldn't say those lines. In my home city of Cagayan de Oro, a flood caught everyone sleeping and swept them away in the unholy dark and early hours of December 17, 2011. These were all in the papers.

My family and relatives were fortunate to have been spared. But an indescribable pain still burned my heart. It found expression in a series of slides entitled, "Remembering Sendong (Washi): Did You Really Understand What Happened?"

These slides illustrated how Sendong, the twisted decision of the Cagayan de Oro City government to allow people to live in hazardous areas of the city, and the denudation of the forests became a lethal mix that created the catastrophe that killed more than 1,000 people -- formal and informal settlers alike.

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Christmas Message: There is something good in this world and it's worth fighting for

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE
December 10, 2011
Christmas Party with the Anns

This is it! It's Christmas time indeed.

As we all know, "Christ" in Christmas refers to Jesus Christ. We celebrate his birth on December 25 of every year. The Philippines is one of the two countries in Asia who celebrate Christmas not just as a national holiday but as a full season.


But what does Christmas mean to us today outside of gifts we give, the bonuses we pay out or receive, the carolers on the streets and the Christmas lights that we see all around the city?

Friday, August 26, 2011

QC Rotarian's Archivist Brother Reclaim Two Silent PH Films ‘Pirated’ by US; Film Fest Opens Aug 26

Featured archivist Teddy Co is the younger brother of  PP Andy Co of the Rotary Club of Sto Domingo QC. Support of Rotarians to this endeavor in whatever way possibly would be greatly appreciated by the Rotary Club of Sto Domingo QC. This is an endeavor that upholds Filipino art and culture.

This article appeared in the front page of Inquirer on August 26, 2011
Archivists reclaim 2 silent PH films ‘pirated’ by US; film fest opens Friday

Bayani San Diego Jr of the the Philippine Daily Inquirer writes: For years, members of the Society of Filipino Archivists for Film (Sofia) have been investigating whether an American B-movie titled “Brides of Sulu,” released in 1934, was actually two Filipino silent films “reedited and assembled together.”

Sofia member Teddy Co likened it to solving a jigsaw puzzle where “almost all of the pieces are already there.”

After painstaking research that bordered on detective work, Co and colleague Dr. Marti Magsanoc believe they have established a connection between “Brides” and Filipino prewar films “Moro Pirates” and “Princess Tarhata,” both produced in 1931.

Click this to read the full article at Inquirer.net