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JERUSALEM ROTARY CLUB (District 2490)
Meets Wednesdays at the Jerusalem International YMCA 14 King David Street (Across from the King David Hotel) Mailing Address: P.O. Box 446 Jerusalem 91003 Chartered in March 1929 (Sponsored by the Cairo Rotary Club) - Club #13459, RI Zone 14 Meeting No. 12 – 22 September, 2004
Secretary: David Seligman(02) 671-6159 [email protected] OUR PROGRAM TODAY
Treasurer: Rizek Abusharr(02) 671-5675 [email protected] Topic: Demo Islam – A new Regime in Turkey
Guest Speaker: Dr. Alon Liel,
former Director General
Webmaster/Editor: Mark Zoberwww.rotaryclubjerusalem.homestead.com UPCOMING PROGRAMS:
President-elect: Kern Wisman(02) 561-1315 [email protected] October 6 - No Meeting (Erev Simchat Tora) October 13 - George Szpiro, mathematician andforeign correspondent, on: "Bible Codes: The (notso) Final Report".
Meeting shall be held at Beit Shmuel at 13:00 (notat YMCA) October 20 – Field Trip to Ben Gurion Airport –Details to follow.
Suggestions Welcome for Upcoming Programs Contact Club Programme Chairman P/P Benad Avitalwith your ideas for upcoming guest speakers at (02) 658- Our Club Bulletin Editor, Mark Zober, isrecruiting a team to assist with content You cannot do a kindness too soon, for you never know how soon it will be too late.
-Ralph Waldo Emerson {1803-1882 American Poet & Essayist} ANNOUNCEMENTS
FOUNDATION GREETINGS
- Welcome Back: Marilyn Farber
Art Braunstein announced foundation greetings: and Mark Zober were welcomedback from volunteer service in September 10th P/PAmram Miller and Lily Roded
Nairobi, Kenya. Marilyn reportedthat they had done 4 make- have a birthday; Alice and P/P Rizek Abusharr celebrate their wedding Anniversary.
guest speakers at three Rotary clubsduring their stay.
September 12th Three birthdays; Pamela Loval,
Deena Spigelman and Len Wilson.
- Good and Welfare: P/P Moshe
return soon to active service in theClub after a long absence due tohealth problems. P/P Georges Baum is awaiting an operation(nose) and welcomes calls and Aviva Lee conducted another very successful raffle.
Thanks to the generosity of our members, we raised180 NIS. Monies raised to the Rotary Foundation were thanked for making VoluntaryTravel Contributions following theirreturn from holidays.
Helene Stuart presented our weekly passuk from Pirkei Avot (Ethics of the Fathers) 2:1.
falls on the eve of a Jewish holiday.
The Talmud states that the proper way to live is that which is knowledgeable in ones own mind and will appear knowledgeable to others.
This applies especially in the case of children.
- The next Club Board Meeting is
Most kids learn what you say – some do what you 13th immediately following theregular meeting.
- District Family Day – Friday
October 1st at Moshav Beit Yeshuanear Natanya from 8 AM to 1 PM.
Sandi Darmon, Shimon Samuels, P/PShalom P.Doron, P/P Don Shrensky, BobEngelsman, Yaron Yishai their glasses to toast the Rotary Club ofRabaul in Papua New Guinea (District Jacques Ungar, Sam Fisher, Auri Spigelman, Rotary Medical Moment
Rtn. Auri Spigelman, MD shared a number of new breakthroughs in medicine.
1. OVER 50 – GET A COLONOSCOPY Screening for early colon cancer has been
recommended for people over 50 at intervals of 5-10 years. A recent article in the Annals of
Internal Medicine stated that colonoscopy misses 12% of potentially dangerous polyps, those 1
centimeter or larger. Now, a newer technique, called virtual colonoscopy, has been able to detect
about 95% of these polyps. The current recommendation is for virtual colonoscopy to be done
initially, and, if a large polyp is found, the person must return for traditional colonoscopy in order to
have the polyp removed.
2. WEIGHT REDUCTION SOLUTION? -
Within the next two years, “fatties” can look forward to a once-a-day pill that will not only curb the
appetite but also cut the urge to smoke. It will be marketed under the name Acomplia, and
apparently works by blocking the brain’s endocannabinoid system. This is the same system that
results in loss of appetite in people who smoke marijuana. In a European study of 1500 patients
treated with this new drug, they lost an average of 6.6 kilograms in a year. Of course, this is
combined with dieting and exercise programs!
3. SONOPREP
Featured in the September 8th Jerusalem Post, this is a portable device developed jointly by Ben
Gurion University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
The device, recently approved by the FDA, uses ultrasound to deliver injectible medications
through the skin’s pores. These can include local anesthetics, pain medicines for cancer patients,
flu vaccines for the general population, etc. The developers believe that eventually it will be used
for blood tests, such as the testing of blood sugar in diabetics. No more needles!
WEEK # 11- September 8, 2004 BUSINESS MEETING
Our September 8th Club meeting was dedicated to business and financial matters.
ROTARY SQUARE: The Mayor of Jerusalem has been approach to consider the
establishment of a “Rotary Square” in the city to help Celebrate 100 years of Rotary
service worldwide.
SEPTEMBER BOARD MEETING: There was a review of the September Board
Meeting by Honorary Secretary P/P David Seligman. Information is contained in the
September 8th Club Bulletin.
FOUNDATION REPORT: P/P Ruth Harris, Chair of the Club Foundation, asked
P/P Don Shrensky to give a financial report. The Foundation has a balance of
558,877 NIS and is in very good financial shape.
CLUB ANNUAL BUDGET: President Rafi Aldor, in the absence of Honorary
Treasurer P/P Rizek Abusharr, presented the Club financial report. This was a
balanced budget of 138,250 NIS. Forty Thousand (40,000 NIS) has been dedicated
to a Matching Grant for a program at the Jerusalem International YMCA. The
specifics of the grant are currently being defined.
COMMUNICATIONS/PUBLIC RELATIONS: There was some discussion about
the new policy of the Jerusalem Post to request payment for weekly meeting
announcements. A number of suggestions for action were considered and will be
brought to the next Club Board Meeting.
ROTARY FAMILY DAY
ROLL UP! ROLL UP! ROLL UP!
Netanyah-Poleg Rotary Club is organising a district day of fun and games for all the family at the swimming pool ofBet Yehoshua, close to Netanyah.
The date: Friday, 1 October, the first day of Chol Ha’moed Sukkot.
The time: 08.00 until 14.30The cost: Children under 4 – FreeChildren 4 – 6 The entrance fee covers: Greetings from Mickey Mouse, table tennis, soccer, mini-golf, volley ball, water polo,humungous water slide, billiards, DJ and music, exhibition of synchronies swimming.
Between 08.00 – 10.00: Hot drinks – Black coffee. Nescafe, Choko for the Lunch 12.30 –14.00: Includes – hot dogs, hamburgers, sweet corn, salad bar, humus, tehina, matbuha, fresh fruit and cold drinks Who can resist such a jolly day with your children and delightfulgrandchildren? Register immediately with David Seligman so that we can organize transport.
ROTARY HUMOR CORNER
AMAZING SIGNS (Submitted thanks to P/Rafi Aldor)
In a restroom:
TOILET OUT OF ORDER. PLEASE USE FLOOR BELOW

In a Laundromat:
AUTOMATIC WASHING MACHINES: PLEASE REMOVE ALL YOUR CLOTHES WHEN THE
LIGHT GOES OUT

In a London department store:
BARGAIN BASEMENT UPSTAIRS

: Seen during a conference:
FOR ANYONE WHO HAS CHILDREN AND DOESN'T KNOW IT, THERE IS A DAY CARE ON
THE 1ST FLOOR
WALKERS TO CROSS THE FIELD FOR FREE, BUT THE BULL
CHARGES.

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Source: http://www.jerusalemrotaryclub.org/Rotary_Bulletin_September_22__2004.pdf

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