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Weekly Bulletin 1st August 2017
ROTARY CLUB OF BWEYOGERERE-NAMBOOLE
CLUB NO. 30541 SINCE 23/02/1995,
The mission Green Launch.
AND RITUALS,..... 2
NEWS & EVENTS....2
The Kobs Buddy group
members for the month
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DESIGN & PRINT BY
Preserving our environment is the way to go and
we are all to take part so as to preserve mother
earth, such statements have been echoed over
and over and we as the R club of Bweyogerere
Namboole have heed to the call.
Where: Nkokonjeru – Buikwe district located in
Ngogwe – Kiwale.
When: 5th August 2017, we set off at 7:30am 12noon from mamerto hotel.
Working partners: Seeta church of Uganda father’s union investment club
Other partners will include Rotaractors, interactors and friends of Rotary
Other partners will include Rotaractors, interactors and friends of Rotary.
The project targets to plant 10 acres of trees approximately 12,000 trees in
period of 5 years.
We are intending to plant 300 fruit trees and around the homesteads, in
the schools and around the churches.
The project has been welcomed by the kiwale community with
enthusiasm, indeed we are hoping we will make a difference in this
community, economically and environmentally.
(a) Club members who attended
fellowship to 100% in July
1. Tumwesigye H.
2. Nambi Gladys
3. Garuhanga J.
4. Serunyoji Stephen
5. Ssebina Sam
6. Waira Florence
7. Byansi James
8. Okotha James
(b) Members that visited
1. James Nkooka 12 visitations
2. Nsiyona sam 12 visitations
3. Bbombokka Robinah 10 visitations
4. Semakula 09 visitation
ORDER OF FELLOWSHIP
● The Grace
● The Royal Toast
● The Four Way Test
(Visiting Rotarians, Rotaractors,
● Report visitations to other clubs
● Announcements and Rotary
● Guest speaker (if any)
● Final announcements, Raffle, Statistics
● Final toast
1 For what we are about to receive, May’the good Lord make
truly thankful and ever mindful of the needs of others. Amen
RCBN NEWS & EVENTS
4th Aug. Safe
RC Wandegeya at 7:00am
5th Aug. Mission
Vocational visit to Uganda
8 Aug. Metrological Offices At Kampala. 2pm
27th Aug. Cancer Run
29th Aug. DG’S visit to RCBN
2 For Friends and Fellowship We thank thee oh Lord. May we
always be mindful OF the needs of others.
The Loyal Toast
To his! Excellency the president”
The Object of rotary:
The object of Rotary is to encourage and
foster the ideal of service as a basis of
worthy enterprise and in particular to,
encourage and Foster
First: The development of acquaintance
as an opportunity for service.
Second: High ethical standards in business and professions; the recognition of
the worthiness of all useful occupations;
and the dignifying of each Rotarian’s
occupation as an opportunity to serve
THE FOUR WAY TEST
OF the things we think, say, or do
2- IS IT FAIR TO ALL CONCERNED?
3- WILL IT BUILD GOODWILL AND
4- WILL IT BE BENEFICIAL TO
Third: The application of the ideal of
service in each Rotarian’s personal, business, and community life.
ROTARIANS OF BWEYOGERERE WE ARE READY TO SERVE
AND PROMOTE THE WORLD.
SERVICE ABOVE SELF IS THE WAY WE CAN LEAD,
WE SHALL LIVE TO SERVE AND PROMOTE THE CLUB.
Fourth: The advancement of international understanding, goodwill, and peace
through aworld fellowship of business
and professional persons united in the
ideal of service.
CHORUS - JUBILATE, JUBILATE OUR CLUB. X2
OH LONG LIVE BWEYOGERERE, WE ARE PROUD OF YOU
WE ARE PROUD OF YOU.
DAUGHTER TO OTHER CLUBS AND MOTHER TO OTHER CLUBS
WE SHALL CHERISH YOU FOR EVER MORE
The kob is similar in appearance to the impala,
but the two species are not related. The Ugandan kob generally is reddish-brown, but other
subspecies range from light brown to almost
black. The underside of the body is white, a
white ring appears around each eye, and a
white patch or chevron appears on the throat;
a black stripe runs down the front of each
foreleg. Horns occur only in males, and though
lyre-shaped, they are shorter, thicker and ringed
almost to the tip.
Kobs are ecologically restricted, preferring
low-lying flats or gently rolling country free of
seasonal extremes and close to permanent
water. The social structure of the kob is based
on small herds that come together into larger
groups of up to 1,000 animals. These large
groups will contain 30 to 40 breeding males that
hold territories. Like many other antelope species, breeding only occurs within areas controlled by an individual territorial male. But the
kob, unlike other antelopes, has taken the
system a step further by establishing permanent
breeding grounds, some of which have been in
continuous use for at least 50 years.
Closely spaced breeding territories where almost
all mating takes place are called leks. Lekking
grounds, usually located on a knoll or elevated
area near water, are roughly circular in shape and
from 20 to 100 yards in diameter. Different males
occupy these areas throughout the year. Females
move freely over the general area, but when they
are in heat they go directly to the breeding
grounds to mate.
Facts about the Kob
Three or four of the innermost territories seem to be
the most sought after by the females, where activity is intense. Apparently it is the concentrated
deposits of hormone-rich urine that attracts them,
rather than a specific male. The holder of a territory
is constantly being challenged. If he loses his territory, either through a fight or by leaving it to graze or
drink, he joins a bachelor herd of males. When he
recovers his strength, he will try to regain his territory.
The pre- and post mating behavior of kobs is also
different from that of other antelopes. The male is
not as rough with the female and does not attempt
to force her to stay within his territory-rather he
appears to try gently to convince her. He makes
soft noises during courtship play, repeatedly whistling through his nostrils after mating. The sound
carries across the breeding grounds and may be
echoed by the other territorial males.
Kobs often associate with larger animals such as
hippos, buffalos, topis and hartebeests. These
animals help keep the grass short, as the kob
prefers. Like reedbucks and waterbucks, kobs
develop attachments to particular localities, returning to the same grazing areas and watering places
day after day, season after season.
The single newborn is suckled for 6 to 7 months and
at the time of weaning has reached half of adult
size. Young males begin to grow their horns at 5
months, and by 1 year the horns are about as long
as the ears. Kobs become sexually mature
between 13 and 14 months, but a male will not be
active in the breeding grounds until he is 3 or 4
years old, when he has become strong enough to
vie for a territory. Compiled by PPJ
The Kobs Buddy group members for the month of August
Club Destadia July 2017 Key Highlights
On 13th July 2017 the club in partnership with our
sponsor club RC Bweyogerere Namboole visited both
the Rotary and Rotaract clubs of Hoima Kitara to
discuss on the strategies of the youth exchange
program which we want to undertake this year. The
delegation was led by the director of youth service
Rtn Joseline Garuhanga, MGP Ruth Mukasa, PP Ivan
Balondemu, PAG Sam Nsiyona, PAG Ben Waira, PE
Florence Waira, Rtn James Byansi and Rctr Njuki Allan
Joshua. The negotiations were successful and the
program will commence in December Rotary club of
Hoima being the first host.
The club hosted the District Rotaract Representative
Amiina Nasaazi for her official visit on 14.07.2017. We
had a series of events which took place during that
fellowship. Firstly the club made an excellent presentation by CP Joshua Ngobi depicting on what transpired in the previous year and the key goals in this
new Rotary year, in her remarks DRR Amina Nasaazi
applauded the club for our incredible performance
exhibited last year and our presentation showcased
that day. She hinted on the following issues to be
executed by the club this year. These included the
- Membership extension, Rotary Rotaract partnerships
Stewardship, Rotary Foundation, Mission Green, Iam a
Girl campaign, Service projects, Audited books of
accounts. She concluded by encouraging the Club
to keep united and strong as we make a difference
in this Rotary year 2017/18.
The club was also joined by
various district and country
officials, Rotary, Rotaract
and Interact clubs and other
guests. We had a climax
of the fellowship with a
to our DRR.
WORDS OF WISDOM
“The nice thing about teamwork is that you always
have others on your side”. MARGARET CARTY
“Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence
wins’ championships.” MICHAEL JORDAN
“There is no such thing as a self-made man.you will
reach your goals only with the help of others,”
“I can do things you cannot, you can do things I cannot;
together we can do great things. “MOTHER TERESA
“When was ever honey made with one bee in a
hive? THOMAS HOOD
On 28.07.2017, The Club hosted a motivational guest
speaker Ms. Harriet Odong to gear us into this Rotary
year. She inspired the club through team building,
leadership and communication. It was indeed an
educative and fun filled fellowship which left all club
members motivated and geared to actively and
passionately strive to make a difference in this Rotary
year. She recommended that we should arrange more
team building activities to keep the Club together.
On 30th07/2017, the Rotaract club of Bweyogerere
Namboole carried out community consultations and
Focus Group Discussions with the VHT’s and local leaders
of Magamaga village in Mayuge District. The information
gathered will aid in preparation for the Magamaga
Health outreach camp slated on 2nd Dec. 2017
Njuki Allan Joshua
Youth service committee secretary
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