1997-1998 ROTARY INTERNATIONAL
Group Study Exchange
Greetings ... District 3850
To District Governor Oscar C. Nava, Jr. and the Rotarians in District 3850 of the Philippines, Lee and I send our wishes.
All of us in District 7710 had a great time entertaining your Group Study Exchange Team from mid-October through mid-November 1997. Their presentation during our District conference in New Bern, North Carolina was outstanding. Your team, led by Rotarian Jimmy San Augustin and composed of Gardenia De Erit, Zaida Fresnido, Sarita Hernandez, and "Nolly" Sodusta were highly qualified and very accepting to us Americans. We know you are proud of them.
We have selected an outstanding team to visit you in February 1998. Rotarian Leonore D. Tuck, the team leader, was born in the Philippines. She is excited about revisiting her homeland. You will enjoy meeting the team members: James Baudreau, Maria Rosales-Earnshaw, Jacqueline Kilgus, and Phil Marsosudiro. They are anxious to visit your beautiful islands and become acquainted with your divers and interesting people.
A Message from Our Team:
Our thanks to all who have contributed to The Rotary Foundation. Whether as Paul Harris Fellows, Sustaining Members, Major Donors, or Benefactors, the sharing of your resources enables each of us to reach out through Rotary. Rotary International President Glen Kinross wished for all to SHOW ROTARY CARES: for your community, for our world, and for its people. Through the Group Study Exchange program, we will SHOW ROTARY CARES.
Leonore Doromal Tuck
|Leonore Doromal Tuck is presently the Lillington Office Manager of US Congressman Bob Etheridge, NC 2nd District. She is a former professor and Department Chair of the Family and Consumer Sciences, Campbell University. She is a registered and licensed dietician. She is a past president of the Dunn-Erwin Rotary Club, the District Rotaract Chair, a Paul Harris Fellow, and a Rotary Foundation Benefactor. Leonore has a son, Paul, a veterinarian, a daughter-in-law, Sarah, and grandchildren: Ryan, Hunter, Alden, and Karson. Her interest include: gardening, watercolor painting, needlework, and reading mystery novels.|
|James S. Baudreau||Maria Rosales-Earnshaw|
|James Baudreau is the president and owner of Perspective Tax and Financial Planning, Inc. He concentrates primarily on helping people invest for retirement. James is currently the vice president of a local Jaycees chapter. A graduate of the University of Tampa, he started as a stock broker, then worked in the insurance industry and finally as financial planner. He enjoys playing soccer and likes to run, exercise, and read.||Maria Rosales-Earnshaw is an exhibit Developer at Exploris Global Learning Center, a global museum which is currently under construction and scheduled to open in the summer of 1999. Her job embodies her deepest commitment that people learn to live together through understanding each other and that we take care for planet earth. She is married and has a ten-year old daughter, Alexandra. for relaxation, Maria likes to walk in the woods with her family. She likes to travel and read books.|
|Jacqueline Joyce Kilgus||Philindo Joseph Marsosudiro|
|Jacqueline Joyce Kilgus is the Director of training Services at Goodwill Industries of Eastern North Carolina. She is in charge of vocational training opportunities for individuals with disabilities and disadvantages. She has earned a master's degree in occupational education and is currently pursuing a doctorate degree. She enjoys hiking, camping, scuba diving. snorkeling, biking, running, and martial arts (Jujitsu). She also likes to cook and create stained glass artwork.||Philindo Joseph Marsosudiro is the principal of Archipelago Management Resources, Inc., a consulting firm that provides marketing and strategic management assistance to health care and environmental engineering firms. He has degrees in mechanical engineering and business from Brown University and the University of North Carolina at chapel Hill. His interests include writing, photography, fencing, and music.|
District 7710 is located in the center of North Carolina. The District is composed of a small geographic area and includes the capital city of North Carolina-Raleigh. This area is well known for its outstanding universities, medical facilities, and major private research centers-many of which are based in or near Research Triangle Park. The District has approximately 2,000 Rotarians in 40 clubs.
This area of North Carolina experiences broad variations in weather during our four seasons: spring, summer, fall, and winter-but no extremes. Our stable climate enables a variety of crops to be grown and livestock raised in our rural areas.
Although the area within our district is significantly commercial, our smaller communities have been able to prosper as well. several international firms have relocated from other states to the rural areas of our district (and state).
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