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Here is a story of how I became a Rotarian and am proud to be one.

on Wed, 08/21/2013 - 03:53
Here is a story of how I became a Rotarian and am proud to be one. 
I became a Rotarian in 2006 when Rotarian Veronica Maggs Thornton showed her eagerness in helping me with Joy & Care-Giving Foundation, Inc. (JCGF), the foundation I founded.  Based in Flagler County Florida, JCGF has undertaken a mission of eradicating poverty in the Philippines through education.  In order to accomplish this , JCGF built St. Anthony Development & Learning Center so that children, who otherwise would not receive quality early childhood education, have the opportunity to attend school.

Founder's Blog

on Tue, 08/20/2013 - 22:09
Josie's trip to the Philippines-2013
July Journal
July 4th,8:55 p.m.: Arrived at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila.
July 11th: Paid a courtesy call on Mayor Jocell Casaje, to whom I presented the medical equipment donated by the Palm Coast Rotary in Florida.
July 12th: Spent time at the St. Anthony Development Learning Center (SADLC) 7th Foundation Day Program. Gave a speech about SADLC-Geared towards Excellence.

From The Teacher's Desk

on Tue, 08/20/2013 - 16:56
BEING A TEACHER AND A NEW COMER TO A MISSION By: Teacher Wilma God intends to use me in a wonderful unexpected ways, it’s been a long time journey, before I discover something…something that I can strictly say, “my true fulfillment”… my essence of being a human…to do my task…my unfolding purpose. God has a plan for all of us and I believe that this is His will, that’s why he brings me into the wonderful world of teaching. Teaching is a mission, and it’s true that if you enter into the field of teaching, you have mountains to climb and mountains to move. It is not easy to climb on a mountain.