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RCKL DiRaja 2012/13

MEMBERS DIRECTORY Changes: 1.

Name: Classification: Office Address:

Office Tel: Office Fax: Residence:

Residence Tel: Residence fax: Mobile: E-mail address: Birthday: Wedding Anniversary: Wife Name: Wife Birthday: Main festivals celebrated: Date joined Rotary: Date joined RCKL Di Raja: Rotary Offices held:

Hobbies: RCKL DiRaja proposer: Correspondence address:

LIM HOOK HING, FRANK PHF, PP Surveying Chartered Quantity Surveyor, Consulting JUBC Sdn Bhd B-5-11, Block B, 5th Floor, Unit 11 Megan Avenue II No. 12 Jalan Yap Kwan Seng 50450 Kuala Lumpur 03-2710 2660/1 03-2710 2671 No.17, Jalan TR3/1 Tropicana Golf & Country Resort 47410 Petaling Jaya 03-7886 5062 012-332 8823 franklimhh@gmail.com 18 June 7 July Josephine Chong 18 January Chinese New Year, Christmas 1983 1983 Fellowship Director 1988/89 Treasurer 1992/93 and 1993/94 Community Service Director 1996/97 President 1999/2000 Golf, Swimming PP Dato Ham Ah Nee Office

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2. Name: Koay Soon Eng DATO', PHF, JRF, PATRON ROTAFOM, MAJOR DONOR, PP Classification: Office Address: Office Tel: Office Fax: Residence: Residence Tel: Residence fax: Mobile: e-mail address: Birthday: Wedding Anniversary: Wife Name: Wife Birthday: Main festivals celebrated: Date joined Rotary: Date joined RCKL Di Raja: Rotary Offices held: Hobbies: RCKL DiRaja proposer: Correspondence address: Office 3. Wong Cham Mew Change his photo Photo to follow Cmtuxedo.JPG 4. Dato Dr Prakask Rao Main festivals celebrated : Deepavali Change his photo DSC_0304 copy.jpg Photo to follow

5. Rajes Kanesalingam PP My residence telephone number has changed to 03 7931 6506. My office address is : Kanesalingam & Co. 3rd Floor, No. 18, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, 50100 Kuala Lumpur My office telephone number is 03 2698 9199 I am also attaching a new photo of myself. IMG_2162.jpg 6. Jason Gan Name: Same As Directory(SAD) >> Classification:SAD >> Office Address: Wisma GKBI 15th Floor Suite 1503, JL Jend. Sudirman, No. 28 Jakarta 10210, Indonesia >> Office Tel: +62 215785 2207 >> Office Fax: +62 21574 0770 >> Residence: SAD >> Residence Tel: SAD >> Residence fax: None >> Mobile: Mal. +6012 2887348 Ind. +62 81369 019538 >> e-mail address: Pvt. ganjason@tm.net.my; Office: ganj@bv.com >> Birthday: SAD >> Wedding Anniversary: SAD >> Wife Name: SAD >> Wife Birthday: SAD >> Main festivals celebrated: SAD >> Date joined Rotary: SAD >> Date joined RCKL Di Raja: SAD >> Rotary Offices held: SAD >> Hobbies: SAD >> RCKL DiRaja proposer: SAD >> Correspondence address: Residence

7. Keow Hock Sneah for Club Directory Name: Keow Hock Sneah, Jeff PHF, PP >> Classification: Management Consultancy - General >> Residence: No 36, Jalan SS3/64, Taman Universiti, Petaling Jaya, Selangor >> Residence Tel: 03-7877 9007 >> Residence Fax: 03-7874 9007 >> Mobile: 012-2883968 >> e-mail address: jeff_keow@yahoo.com >> Birthday: 26 October >> Wedding Anniversary: 06 December >> Wife Name: Quah Phaik Suan, Elaine >> Wife Birthday: 31 March >> Main festivals celebrated: Chinese New Year, Christmas >> Date joined Rotary: 1978 >> Date joined RCKL Di Raja: 1978 >> Rotary Offices held: Hon Treasurer 1990/91; Club Service Director 1997/98;Vice-President 2000/01; President 2002/03; Hon Secretary 2012/13 >> Hobbies: Sudoku, Reading, Writing, Swimming >> RCKL DiRaja proposer: David Wong Kon Yew >> Correspondence address: Residence 8. Tan Sri Dato G. S. Gill J.P. PP, PSM, PHF, JMN, email : n/a Wife Birthday: 6th August Date Jioned Rotary:1971 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------9.

Syed Zianal Abidin New photo will be provided Please scan the hard copy
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10. JUSTIN TEOH


>> Name: Teoh Tek Chong Justin PHF

>> Classification: Quantity Surveying >> Office Address: Langdon & Seah Sdn Bhd, 2 Jalan PJU 5/15, Kota Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya >> Office Tel: 03 6156 8000 >> Office Fax: 03 6157 5662 >> Residence: >> Residence Tel: >> Residence fax: >> Mobile: 012 280 3000 >> e-mail address: teohtcj@hotmail.com >> Birthday: 10th July >> Wedding Anniversary: 26th November >> Wife Name: Vel >> Wife Birthday: >> Main festivals celebrated: >> Date joined Rotary: >> Date joined RCKL Di Raja: >> Rotary Offices held: >> Hobbies: Swimming, Golf, Coins >> RCKL DiRaja proposer: Dato Dr Low Bin Tick >> Correspondence address:

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: Peter R. Vogt

>> Name: Peter R. Vogt >> Classification: Food Manufacturing >> Office Address: Nestl (M) Berhad, 22-1, 22nd Floor, Surian Tower, No. 1, Jalan PJU 7/3, Mutiara Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor >> Office Tel: 03 7965 61011 >> Office Fax: 03 7965 6791 >> Residence: 40-B, The Avare, No. 2 Lorong Kuda, 50450 Kuala Lumpur >> Residence Tel: 03 2161 0764 >> Residence fax: >> Mobile: 017 3023 200 >> e-mail address: Peter.Vogt@my.nestle.com >> Birthday: 23rd January >> Wedding Anniversary: 7th March >> Wife Name: Hedwig Vogt >> Wife Birthday: 31st October >> Main festivals celebrated: Christmas >> Date joined Rotary: 1997 >> Date joined RCKL Di Raja: 2011 >> Rotary Offices held: >> Hobbies: Travel, foreign cultures, skiing, hiking in the mountains, golf >> RCKL DiRaja proposer: David Teh >> Correspondence address: Office (address as indicated above)

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12 Louis Paul. Sothie and I, are independently Paul Harris Fellows. Neither of us are on the PHF list in the directory. We would like to be added to the list on pages 72 to 75 (in the current directory)

Name: >> Classification: >> Office Address: C-9-1 Hijauan Kiara, 6 Jln Kiara 5, 50480 Kuala Lumpur >> Office Tel: 03 6211 0570 >> Office Fax: 03 6211 0570 >> Residence: >> Residence Tel: >> Residence fax: >> Mobile: >> e-mail address: >> Birthday: >> Wedding Anniversary: 28 August 1959 >> Wife Name: >> Wife Birthday: 05 November >> Main festivals celebrated: >> Date joined Rotary: >> Date joined RCKL Di Raja: >> Rotary Offices held: >> Hobbies: >> RCKL DiRaja proposer: >> Correspondence address:

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14. (NEW MEMBER)


Wee Soon Chee
Name: Wee Soon Chee Classification: Security Office Address: Level 16 Menara Hap Seng, Jalan P Ramlee, 50250 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Office Tel: +603 92367278 Office Fax: +603 92367279 Residence: 8 Jalan Ceylon, Regency Tower, unit 801 50200 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia Residence Tel: Residence fax: Mobile: +60136736290 e-mail address: soonchee8@gmail.com Birthday: 23 August Wedding Anniversary: 3 August Wife Name: Sophia Marican Wife Birthday: 26 April Main festivals celebrated: Chinese New Year Date joined Rotary: Date joined RCKL Di Raja: Rotary Offices held: Hobbies: Golf, photography and reading RCKL DiRaja proposer: Tay Beng Chai Corrospondence address:8 Jalan Ceylon, Regency Tower, unit 801 50200 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

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15. (NEW MEMBER)

Name: Suren K. Hendry Classification: Jeweller - Manufacturing Office Address: Wisma P. H. Hendry, No. 2 Jalan Tun Perak, 50050 Kuala Lumpur. Office Tel: 03 - 2692 6537 Office fax: Residence: "Ranhill", No. 10 Lorong Lembah Tunku, Bukit Tunku, 50480 Kuala Lumpur. Residence Tel: 03 - 6201 4397 Residence fax: -

Mobile: 012 - 273 1999 e - mail address: phhendry@streamyx.com surenhendry@gmail.com Birthday: 07 July Wedding Anniversary: Wife Name: Wife Birthday: Main festivals celebrated: Sinhalese New Year, Wesak Date joined Rotary: 04th January 2012 Date joined RCKL Di Raja: 04th January 2012 Rotary Offices held: Hobbies: Tennis, swimming, piano music and the arts RCKL DiRaja proposer: Dato' Hj. Mustapha Ma Correspondence address: Residence My father, Y Bhg. Dato' P.G.D. Hendry had his original classification at the club as Jeweller - Retail which has now been occupied. Rtn. Richard English happened to join the club the same year my father died. If the club recognises jeweller - manufacturing then I shall take the spot. Hope the above suffices. ------------------------------------------------------------16.

Paramannathan Sivaprakasam
Office: 13-1 Block A, Jalan PJS 5/30, Pusat Perdagangan Petaling Jaya (PJCC), 46000 Petaling Jaya,Selangor Darul Ehsan,Malaysia.

Office Tel : +603 - 7772 4059 Office Fax : +603 - 7772 6059 Mobile: +601 2201 9719 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Page 75 Add the following PP Louis Paul PP Sothie Paul

========================================== Add the Presidents history one per page after Paul Harris Fellows (page 75) Past Presidents Achievements:
1. LOW KOK HWA (2005 2006)
Presidential Project : Launched the 10,000 luminous school bag project with the cooperation of the Ministry of Education, State Education Departments, Nationwide Express and 25 Rotary Clubs. These bags were distributed by Nationwide Express to the Rotary Clubs around the Country who in turn distributed to the rural primary school students. (Value of project RM 500,000/-) Due to overwhelming request a further 10,000 bags were made. Held Dama Orchestra Charity Concert to raise funds and this netted RM318,000. Held English Literacy Campaign to target underprivileged children in the country to improve their literacy with English. JV with Inner wheel Club of Kuala Lumpur and RC Makati, Philippines. International Projects : Established Sister Club agreement with RC of Phuket. Held Inaugural Sister Club Fellowship Golf Challenge with RC of Raffles City, Singapore Matching grant with

RC Taipei Southgate to provide a Wheelchair Lift Van for handicapped RC of Deli Medan and Taipei Southgate to provide an ambulance for the Tsunami affected area. Community Service :Scholarship worth RM50,000 was awarded to 250 secondary/primary school children from lower income families in Daerah Kuala Selangor and Daerah Bukit Bernam. Provided funds to Persatuan Mobiliti Selangor and Kuala Lumpur, Selangor and Federal Territory Association for Retarded Children, Rumah Hope, Kasih Hospice Care Society and Persatuan Penyayang Nur Iman Kuala Lumpur and Selangor. Awards:Outstanding Community Service Award 10,000 School Bags Project Outstanding Club Service Award - Fund Raising Charity Concert Preserve Planet Earth Award 2006. World Earth Day Hibiscus Planting 2005 06 R.I Presidential Citation.

2. LOW KOK HWA (2005 2006) Presidential Project : (1) Launched the 10,000 luminous school bag project with the cooperation of the Ministry of Education, State Education Departments, Nationwide Express and 25 Rotary Clubs. These bags were distributed by Nationwide Express to the Rotary Clubs around the Country who in turn distributed to the rural primary school students. (Value of project RM 500,000/-) (2) Due to overwhelming request a further 10,000 bags were made. (3) Held Dama Orchestra Charity Concert to raise funds and this netted RM318,000. (4) Held English Literacy Campaign to target underprivileged children in the country to improve their literacy with English. JV with Inner wheel Club of Kuala Lumpur and RC Makati, Philippines.International Projects : (1)Established Sister Club agreement with RC of Phuket (2) Held Inaugural Sister Club Fellowship Golf Challenge with RC of Raffles City, Singapore (3)Matching grant with RC Taipei Southgate to provide a Wheelchair Lift Van for handicapped (4) RC of Deli Medan and Taipei Southgate to provide an ambulance for the Tsunami affected area.Community Service : (1) Scholarships worth RM50,000 was awarded to 250 secondary/primary school children from lower income families in Daerah Kuala Selangor and Daerah Bukit Bernam.(2) Provided funds to Persatuan Mobiliti Selangor and Kuala Lumpur, Selangor and Federal Territory Association for Retarded Children, Rumah Hope, Kasih Hospice Care Society and Persatuan Penyayang Nur Iman Kuala Lumpur and Selangor. Awards: (1)Outstanding Community Service Award 10,000 School Bags Project(2) Outstanding Club Service Award - Fund Raising Charity Concert (3) Preserve Planet Earth Award 2006. World Earth Day Hibiscus Planting (4) 2005 06 R.I Presidential Citation. ===================================

3. Dato' Mohd Rizal Sardon 2009/10

Club Administration and Secretarial:Updated Constitution and by-laws to incorporate the Council of Past Presidents.Substantially amended the rules of the KLRCF to allow for more participation from members.Completed Wisma Rotary renovation; finalised setting up of club and foundation archives.Service Projects: Donations to (a)PERTIWI of van for its soup kitchen project partly financed by RC Phuket (b)PVC floor covering, essential goods and blankets to victims of Padang earthquake. (c) Philippines typhoon victims (d)deserving students from 9 primary schools under the clubs Rotary Education Aid project.(e) 4 homes of under privileged children. (f) furnish a snoozelen room of a special education school(g) the Raja Muda Foundation for vocational and sport training to youths.(h) cash and musical instruments to Jinjang High School (i) a charity kindergarten in Cheras of children-safe playground equipment. New Generations: Sponsored participants to (a)RYLA (b)District Interact Leadership Conference (c)District Rotaract Assembly (d) Supported our Interact clubs The Big Interact Family organised by 7 Interact clubs together with our Rotary Community Corps at Kampung Sungei Lui International Service (a) Hosted annual Sister Club Golf Tournament with RC Raffles City.(b) Attended the installations of RC Makati (Philippines) and RC Phuket (Thailand). Rotary Foundation (a) Contributed US$ 3,000 to Polio Plus programme (b) 25 members contributed to TRF (b)3 members were made PHF.Public Relations (a) revived relationship with City Hall. Recognitions / Awards : (a)Presidential citation (b) District award for best website (c) RI Four Avenues of Service citation presented to Rtn Horst Wippern (Club Administration Chair).(d)Recognitions for our sponsored Rotaract and Interact clubs.

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Finance:Amalgamation of KLRCF funds. Community Service: Donated (a)RM 100,000 to Pusat Penjaan Kanak-Kanak Cacat, Tmn Megah (b) van for the disabled to Selangor Amal Cheshire Home worth about RM 118,000.(c) about RM 202,000 worth of Living & Learning Aids for Handicapped Children (project brought forward from earlier RY) (d) 20 wheelchairs to the needy.(e) Organised 3 Underpriviledged Children Parties.(f)Provided financial study aid to a child without birth certificate.Vocational Service: (g)Organised an English Language Carnival for our Rotary Community Corps at Kampung Sungai Lui (h)Provided Service Awards to the media, viz. The Star Metro and NST Street. Service to New Generation : Organised ILTS and International Understanding Day for Interact Clubs; Engaged Rotaract Club of Kuala Lumpurs participation in the English Language Carnival.; Sponsored 2 ex-Rotaractors to be part of the GSE teams for South Korea and United Kingdom; Sponsored 3 Rotaractors for RYLA. International Service :Visited (a)RC Deli, Medan, to inspect ambulance donated earlier (b).RC of Phuket, to renew sister club arrangement. (c) Joint project with RC of Phuket, for the outfitting of a library in Phuket (d) Participated in (i) Annual Sister Club Golf Challenge at Pulai Spring, Johore, hosted by RC of Raffles City (ii) TRF Programme with 44 members contributing to EREY and 1 for PHF. Recognition at District/Rotary International Levels: a) Best Community Service Project and b) Best Bulletin (c) District Governors recognition for English Language Carnival. (d) runner-up for Web-page. (e) RIs Four Avenues of Service Citation for PDG Dato Jimmy Lim =================================================== 5 Attan Akmar 2007 / 08 'Living and Learning Aids for Handicapped Children' - started in 2006 / 07 - was carried over under the able chairmanship of PP Chan Kam Fatt. The project, cosponsored by Siemens Malaysia, successfully concluded during Rotary year 2008 / 09 Community Service: (a)The Malaysian Golf Carnival, held at several locations in the Peninsula by its energetic Director, Rtn Raymond Chin, raised RM116,000 which was distributed to eleven charity organisations ranging from orphanages to haemodialysis centres. The wide publicity generated earned the Club a PR grant from Rotary International ~ a first in our District.(b)A Merdeka Party for 100 orphans was held with Sheraton Subang Hotel & Towers (c) Supported by MST Ad Suria, the Club held an outing for 73 orphans at the 'Eye on Malaysia' ferris wheel. (d)Donated RM 34,000 to the District Disaster Relief Fund for victims of the Typhoon Nargis disaster.Vocational Service: Service Awards handed out to Kuala Lumpur traffic policemen and nurses. The International Service : (a) Assisted in a 'clean drinking water' project at a school in Thailand with RC Hatyai

Nakarin. (b) Pres. Attan's family hosted a student from Geneva, under the IYE Programme.(c) hosted the 3rd Sister Club Golf Fellowship with RC Raffles City. Fellowship : (a) Deepavali Open House hosted by PP Kulasegaran, (b) the Chinese and Muslim members respectively hosted a Chinese New Year dinner and a Hari Raya luncheon (c)an Oktoberfest held at Rtn Herbert Jess residence. Club Service : (a) The club's website was revamped (b)initiated amalgamation of numerous funds in the KLRCF (c) Commenced renovation work at the two vacant floors of Wisma Rotary. ===================================================== 6 David The 2006 / 07 Community Service : (a)'Living and Learning Aids for Handicapped Children' (Chairman PP Chan Kam Fatt) - a RM1,000,000 project (b)A Gala Charity Dinner (Chairman PP Dato' Koay Soon Eng) raised over RM600,000 (c) Siemens Malaysia co-sponsored a Road Safety Drive for Petaling Jaya.(d) A haemodialysis centre at Wisma Show Rotary Cares (e) Established RCC (RM45,000) for students at RCC, Kampung Sungei Lui (f) Donated (i) Scholarships worth RM100,000 to 250 rural students in Kuala Selangor and 250 needy students from 4 schools in the Kampung Tunku area (ii) RM11.300 to 40 students for fees, uniforms and bags at Rumah Penyayang Nur Iman. (iii) 3,000 sets of school bags, uniforms, T-shirts, exercise books and other essentials valued at RM150,000 to children of victims of flood disaster in Johore (iv) wheel-chairs, fitness balls and diapers costing RM10,000 to Rumah Sinar Harapan, Kuala Kubu Bharu (v) provisions worth RM10,000 to Siva Sakthi Samaj (vi) RM60,000 towards cost of 16-seater van to Handicapped & Disabled Children Association, Klang (g) Special Needs Library for caretakers of handicapped children in Wisma Harapan, Brickfields Vocational Service : Presented (i)Vocational Service Awards to Trainers, Policemen and Hospis Malaysia. (ii) Scholarships valued at RM45,000 to 5 students of UNHCR refugees (iii) Installed Rotary 'Four-Way Test' plaques and banners at KL Tower New Generations : Conducted Interact Leadership Training Seminar with interactive format International Service : (a) Initiated contacts with Rotary clubs in Africa for aid to poor children (b) visited Rotary Club of Tokyo. Club Service : (a) Launched Club tie and polo shirt with royal colour of purple. Fellowship : Held 10 well-attended Fellowship functions. District Awards : Received 12 awards and recognitions. Hosted 72nd District Conference on 5-7 January 2007. ====================================================

7 Dr Lee Hock Bee 2004 / 05 Community Service: (a) Donated (i) RM 5,000 to Agathian Home (ii) RM 3,000 to Daybreak Centre (iii) RM 10,000 worth of beds and wheelchairs to Wisma Harapan, Kuala Kubu Baru.(iv)10 Dialysis machines to Pusat Dialisis Tuanku Syed Putra. Raised RM 500,000 for this project.(v) 8 computers for school children of Kampung Sg. Lui (vi) RM 18,000 for flood victims in Bangladesh (vii) RM 50,000 and 30 wheelchairs for victims of tsunami in Aceh, Sri Lanka and Malaysia (viii) Scholarships worth RM 50,000 (HSBC Bank as Major sponsor) to primary school children from 8 schools in the Klang valley.(b) Launched the District Literacy Read & Write Campaign at Kampung Sg Lui (c).Organised Charity Golf at the Mines Resort Golf Club graced by His Majesty Yang Di Pertuan Agong. (d) A RM30,000 project sponsored by Siemens Malaysia for a Health Screening programme for over 600 residents of Kampung Sg. Lui (e) Organised a Health Screening programme for the orang asli at Janda Baik Orang Asli settlement. Donated medicine, food supplements and provisions. Vocational Service : (a)Excellent Vocational Service Award to Michael Chong of MCA Complaints Board and 5 teacher advisors to the 5 Interact clubs (b) Provided key making machine to pot-polio member of Persatuan Cacat. (c) Scholarship of RM 9,000 to a member of the Ozanam Home to complete her Hotel Management course (d) Rtn Willie Tham and friends raised over RM 70,000 for a medical student to complete his final year medical degree (e)Donated RM 5,000 to RACTAR, a residential and training home for orphanage girls ==================================================== . .

8 A. Kanesalingam 2003 / 04 Hosted the 69th District Conference. New Generations: Organised a 3-day festival of music at the City Hall Auditorium as a RotaryCentennial Project approved by Rotary International to promote traditional instrumental music. 160 boys and girls between 10 and 23 years old took part. The winning teams in each of the Malay, Chinese, Indian and Sabah / Sarawak sections received cash prizes and subsequently performed in a community service concert in Singapore hosted by the Rotary Club of Singapore. US$ 7,500 net proceeds was sent to RI for the PolioPlus project. This project won the District Award for Best Project in the service to New Generations. Community Service : (a) RM 32,000 worth of Food parcels for flood victims in Baling, Kedah (b) RM 11,500 to earthquake victims in Bam, Iran. (c) A joint project with the Rotary Club of Greentown, Ipoh to treat 16 poor persons with eye problems. (d) Donated (i) a van ( RM 40,000) to PERKOBP to assist youths with learning difficulties (ii) Essential equipment worth RM 3,000 each to 5 handicapped welfare homes.(e) A feeding programme for 20 poor 7-years old children for 4 months at the Sekolah Rendah Tamil in Sentul to enable them to attend Science & Maths classes in the afternoon. (f) Scholarships worth RM 18,000 for 90 primary school children from 5 low income areas. Club Service : (a) Revamped and revitalised the Club website which earned the Best Website District Award. Finance: Transferred RM2,051,481 previously collectedand interest thereon to Magnum Rotary Trust Corporation to set up home for abandoned children ==============================================

9 Keow Hock Sneah 2002 / 03 Community Service: (a) Sponosr-a-Wheelchair a joint project with The Inner Wheel Club and Wheelchair Foundation of USA received RM 960,000 sponsorship for purchase of 1,200 Wheelchairs of which 600 was distributed (b) Distributed 10,000 packets of skimmed milk ( from Ban Guan Brothers Sdn Bhd) to hard-core poor, sickly and handicapped adults (c) Received RI Charter for Rotary Community Corps (RCC), Sg. Lui and donated 7 sets of PCs. (d) Funfilled New Year Carnival at Bukit Kiara grounds jointly organised with Royal Selangor Club for 1,600 underprivileged and special children from several homes. (e) Organised with Tun Hussein Onn Eye Hospital the first Avoidable Blindness Conference of Asia with 200 participants from Malaysia, Singapore and India. (f) Contributed US$ 3,000 tree planting and US$ 8,000 tuberculosis eradication matching grant project with Rotary Club of Makati. (g) Donations of RM 6,000 to 6 underprivileged and handicapped organisations and 24 sets of uniforms for 12 blind students. ( h) Signed a 5 year MOU with the Datuk Bandar to co-operate on community projects. (i) Arranged jointly with RC of Raffles City a 6-day community oriented visit of 29 Interactors from Tampines Junior College, Singapore.Vocational service : (a) Visit to MAS Engineering and Training Centre for 41 boys from Montford Home.(b) A workshop on internet and e-mail use for Rotary/Inner Wheel members. (c) 6th Rotary Research Foundation Awards to 14 receipients (d) Awards to 2 doctors and 2 staff nurses for dedication during SARS epidemic. District Awards : Public Relations; Recognition for New Year Carnival for underprivileged children; New Generation Project.

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10 Dato' Mohd Hanif Sher Mohamed 2001 / 02 Community Service : (a)RI Charity Golf with the Singapore High Commission; (b) water project in Haadyai,(c) launched Nationwide Street Soccer (d) Setting up of clothing bank (e) hosted with Royal Selangor Club a New Year party for 1,500 underprivileged and special children (f) launched the late PDG Dato' (Dr) Jaffar Mohd Ali Youth Fund and screening a charity film premier (g) building two fishponds for the orang asli community at Ulu Chemperoh (h) obtained approval from DBKL for a 3 acre land in Cheras for the Magnum Rotary Abandoned Children building (i)Participated in Charity Golf Tournament in aid of the Dyslexia Association,Singapore (j) Donations to (i) Spastics Association for Selangor & Wilayah Persekutuan (ii) Welfare Home District Alor Gajah, Melaka (iii) Women Islamic Welfare Home, Dungun (iv) Abandoned Children's Home. Also Scholarship Awards for selected students from schools in Alor Gajah Distric (v) Scholarship awards and donation of bags to 120 needy students from the Federal Territory and children of employees of Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur.(vi) RM 3,500 for prosthesis for Mr Sathyeesan a/l Moothy, jointly with PP Chan Kam Fatt and Gleneagles Hospital Sdn Bhd. Club Service (a) inducted 24 new members; (b) launched Youthact Club; (c)sponsoried of Putrajaya club; (d) established sister club with Rotary Club of Raffles City, District Awards: (1) Outstanding Club Bulletin (2) Outstanding Membership Growth for the Rotary Global Quest (3) Outstanding Project for Vocational Service: Fishpond, free medicine, food and clothing (4) Governor's Outstanding Project Recognition: New Year party for 1,500 underprivileged and special children (5) Contribution to The Rotary Foundation (6) Governor's Outstanding Achievement: Successful organisation of the Rotary Club of Putrajaya; and (7) Governor's Outstanding Achievement: Organisation of Youthact Club of Sekolah Sri Garden. ===================================================

11 Jason Gan Kok Lung 2000 / 01 Community Service : (a) Charity Dinner and Auction by Sotheby's raised RM 1 million for the Magnum Rotary Centre. (b)Signed a Trust Deed agreement which committed Magnum Foundation for RM 2.6 million towards the construction and administration cost of Magnum Rotary Centre, Home for Abandoned Children. (c) Applied to RI for the 3H (Health, Hunger & Humanity) grant of US$ 300,000 (d)Donated (i)RM 11,000 to family of Mr Ng Ah Chai who had eye cancer (ii)RM 16,180 for the Gujarat Earthquake relief. (iii) RM 28,000 for Save-a-Sight and Abandoned Childrens Home projects (iv)RM 18,595 to Tabung Kebajikan Angkatan Tentera,Taman Megah Handicapped Children's Home, and Old Folks Home Sempalit;(iv) a laptop with special software to Ms Phua Min Hui, a blind University student (v) School bags and home accessories obtained from Ikea via 16 Rotary clubs (e) Visits to various Old Folk's homes; Orang Asli settlement, Janda Baik, Taman Sinar Harapan in Kuala Kubu Bharu, a home for the mentally retarded -.with donations of provisions and other essentials(f) held a joint Health Awareness Campaign with DBKL at San Pen flats. (g)Undertook Joint projects with several Rotary Clubs inTeluk Intan and Taiping that benefited the handicapped. International Service : (a) Rotary Student Exchange programme with Rotary Club of Makati, where six Rotarians' children spent 11 days with Rotarians in Makati. (b) visited RC Taipei Southgate, RC Jakarta (c) Attended Five Generations Intercity meeting (d) Organised an International Forum on Human Rights with keynote address.by Y. Bhg Tan Sri Musa Hitam, chairman of SUHAKAM, Fellowship : h ad a family fishing fellowship with Rotarians' families. ---------------------------------------------------------------------.

12 Frank Lim Hook Hing 1999/2000 The year was started with establishing several funds: the Sylia Hyams Fund (RM70,970.00), the justin prem Hamilton Medical Fund (RM85,760.00); the Student Welfare fund 2000 (RM125,000.00) and the National Stoke Association of Malaysia Phytotherapy Clinic (RM50,000.00) Several Memoranda of Understandings were signed : (a)RCKL-HELP Institute "Partnership-In-Service" worth RM60,000.00 - a revolving fund to assist student complete their tertiary education.(b) For the first time RCKL Di Raja signed an MOU with a Government body i.e with Datuk Bandar at the launch of Preserve Planet Earth - KL City project, whereby parties had agreed to promote the principles of good governance and good citizenship and to take an acitve interest in the environmental awareness, preservation of the environment, civic, cultural, social and moral welfare of the community for the next two years.(c) a Joint Project with RC Hatyai Nakarin an MOU to provide clean drinking water to some 1000 villagers in Thailand.(d) The largest project undertaken by the club in a joint venture with corporate giant to establish the Magnum Rotary Home for Abandoned Children (RM3 million). The CEO of Magnum Dato' Lim Kim Wah gave the initial sum of one million to the Club on April 19,2000. Donations were also made to (a)Turkish Earthquake Relief Fund (RM5,000.00) (b) Taiwan Earthquake Victims (RM12,000.00) (c) Orissa Cyclone Relief Fund (RM10,000.00) (d) the Mongolian Disaster Relief Fund (RM5,480.00). The Club hosted the Millenium Conference for District 3300 where more than one thousand Rotarians, Anns and Guests had registered. The Guests of Honour was the PM, Dato' Seri Dr. Mahathir Mohamed and Rotary International Representative Glen Kinross. =========================================================

13 S.Kulasegaran 1998/99 Established the Philips Rotary Kindergarten in Senggang, Kuala Kangsar for poor children. Jointly organised "Save A Sight" project with Tun Hussein Eye Hospital and the Wilayah Welfare Services Department of the Ministry of Walfare and raised RM 37,000.00. Contributed RM10,000 towards Japanese Encephalitis. Organised the Commonwealth Rotary Fellowship in conjunction with the Commonwealth Games.

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Purchase a new 4 storey building for the club at Taman Sg Besi Initiate RCKL Training Centre at Puchong RCKL 70th Anniversary Dinner on 28th March 1998. RCKL will be issued a first day cover by the Ministry of Energy, Telecommunications & Post. On 28th March 1998, the Sultan of Selangor will officially bestow RCKL the Royal status at the grand dinner. Equip school at Kg Pandan for National Society for deaf (Majlis Kanak kanak Malaysia) Visit to old folk homes and orphanages. Promote culture and donations to school Environment tree planting project - we intend to plant 10,000 trees for Kuala Lumpur. High tech careers workshops Leadership seminars Sponsor the partnership in entrepreneurship (PIE) scheme in Selayang

Provide RM28,000 of equipment and training aids to PERKOBP sheltered workshops. Provide wells and clean water for children in Vietnam Students Exchange with Taiwan Southgate Visit Rotary Club of Makati Christina Noble to visit Malaysia. Interact Workshop - extend to beyond our 10 Interact Clubs Increase activities for Rotaract and Interact Clubs. Vocation at work programme. Presidential Golf Tournament Vegetarian cooking class Star Cruise in September 1997 for members DG Visit on 11th November 1997 Visit to Crows Nest in April 1998 Intercity meets 1st District 3300 Conference in November 1997

========================================================== 15 Dr. Low Bin Tick 1996/97 Community Service: (a) Donated (i ) a fully equipped ambulance valued at RM 85,000 to St. John Ambulance Malaysia to help start its Emergency Ambulance Service. (ii)a computer to the Befrienders.(iii) RM 28,000 from our RHCW Fund to various organisations (iv)scholarships worth RM 22,000 to 110 poor and handicapped students.(v) RM 25,600 for flood victims of South China, the Orang Asli of the Pos Dipang landslide and victims of Tropical Storm "Greg" in Sabah. (viii)US$1,000 to the Christina Noble Foundation in Vietnam. (ix)US$1,000 towards the Rotary Club of Mosman, Sydneys Revolving Loan Fund to alleviate poverty in Son Kien Village, Vietnam, (x)US$1,000 to Rotary Club of Singapore to provide hearing aids to deaf children in Indonesia. (xi) US$6,150 to Rotary Clubs in Bombay for Polio Immunisation Programme (xii) RM2,500 towards a joint Melbourne Taylor College Scholarship (b) established the Rotary Training Institute for Carers of the Handicapped (RoTICH) and raised RM 30,000 RoTICH Fund under Rotary Charity Foundation. (c)Organised (i) Workshop for Carers and Parents of Down's Syndrome Children (ii)the"Green the Earth-Green Kuala Lumpur" project and raised RM 45,000jointly with Rotractors and Interactors which won them the Rl President Special Recognition Award for Asia Pacific Region. International Service : An exhibition commemorating the 50th Death Anniversary of Paul Harris Vocational Service : Presented Vocational Award to Radio & TV Broadcaster cum Theatre Artist, Faridah Merican. District Awards :

Received (a) Outstanding Vocational Service Award for the "Vocation at Work" experience for Interactors.and Career Guidance Seminar. (b) Special Recognition Award for publicising on Radio 4 our club's history and Rotary and for sponsoring RC of Kampong Baharu, the first Bahasa/ English Bilingual club in the country

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16 Dr. William Lau 1995/96 Initiated the first Provisional Bilingual RC of Kampung Baharu in Rl District 3300. Donated RM8000/- to University Hospital's Wheel Chair Project. Presented gold medal to YAB Perdana Menteri Dato' Seri Dr. Mahathir Mohamad for his exemplary leadership on Friday 15 Sept 1995. Recognised St. John's Ambulance and its two long service members Mr. Chan Ah Kow and Mr. Ng Khoon Hong. Their Majesties Yang DiPertuan Agong and Raja Permaisuri attended the Grand Gala Show at Hotel Istana on Friday 24 Nov 1995. Launched the Pan-Malaysian Polio lmmunisation Awareness Campaign. Donated jointly with RC Muar RM3,000/- towards the "Gift of Sight" Project. Presented a sum of RM524,500/raised during PP Dr. Hardeep's year to HRH Sultan of Selangor on Tuesday 31 Oct 1995 for the Selangor & FT Spastic Children's Association Building. Built a RM10,000/-visitors' pavillion for Sekolah Tunas Bakti Sungei Lereh, Malacca. Helped raise more than RM750,000/-in two "Gift of Life" projects for Ms Yong Zhi Qing and Ms Yong Chui Ting to undergo cadaveric liver transplant at The Royal Children's Hospital, Brisbane. Raised RM2,500/-with RC Singapore for the Christina's Hospital, Vietnam. Offered 188 scholarships worth RM36,900/-to 58 secondary and special schools in Selangor and the Federal Territory. Donated 29 sets of personal computers to Sungei Besi Serenti Camp. Led a 17-strong delegation to attend RC Makati's 30th, Anniversary Induction Ball on Friday 8 July 1995 at the Peninsula Hotel, Makati. Donated US$6,000/-(RCKL US$5,000/- & VP Jimmy Lim US$1,000/-) to RC Makati for a community project. Donated 300 blankets and raised RM16,000 for the Typhoon Angela's victims. Established sister-club with RC Nakarin and donated RM2,500 thereto for an emergency community project.

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17 A. Rahim Ismail 1994/95 Raised Donations of RM150,000.00 for Presidential Projects (Chairman: Lim Che Wan). Donated RM 70,000.00 for half cost of Safety Launch christened "K.L. ROTARIAN" to OBS, Lumut. Won 9 District Awards viz.: Bulletin (Editor Jimmy Lim) Rotary Exhibition Awareness (in conjunction with play "Odd Couple": Club Service Director: Thakurdas) Vocational Guidance Seminar (Vocational Service Director: Soo Huk Kheong) sponsorship/Establishment of PROBUS (Community Service Director: Tan Hing Hock & Rtn. Louis Cheah) International Symposium: "The New Economic Order - a Catalyst, for International Understanding (lnternational Service Director: Achim lhlenfeld) District international Seminar (PP Mahinder), Forum on Lepak/Prevention (Youth Service Director: Kulasegaran Sabaratnam) Sponsoring/Organising District Rotaract Assembly in Jerantut (Youth Service Director) Major role in organising during RI President Bill's visit: the Friendship Conference (Chairman: PDG Mustapha Ma) the Inter-City Dinner (Chairman: IPP Hardeep Singh). Established sister Club relation with Rotary Club of Makati, Philippines. Reciprocal hosting of Exchange Students with Crows Nest. Our candidate, Ms Ranjit Kaur, awarded Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship. Established Foundation for Performing Arts and Music of RM50,000.00. First Club in District to donate to ROTAFOM with 13 Tan Sri Jamil Rais Fellows. Awarded two Taylor's College Scholarships and two-one way passage tickets to scholarship recipients. Presented Reading Pavilion to Bukit Nenas Primary School Scholarships to Students; Donations of RM40,000.00 to the Handicapped Children. At time of writing RCKL received public donations of RM50,000.00 for medical expenses of Baby Yong Zhi Qing who requires a kidney transplant. =========================================================

18 Dr. Hardeep Singh 1993/94 Raised 1.27 million ringgit for the Presidential Project, the Spastic Children's appeal. Won 6 district awards and 1 runner up. Established bakery cum training centre at Tampin drug rehabilitation centre. Founded the first PROBUS CLUB in S.E. Asia. Matching grant worth US$40,000 with RC of Seoul East. Youth Guidance Seminar. "Happiness & Sharing Rotary" project with 8 smaller clubs, Hawkers Charity Fund. Donations of books to RC Tampin and Bahau, Montfort Boys' Town, Langkawi Project etc. Donations to Kerling and Tg Malim old folks' homes, women's prison in Kajang, school, Kg Sri Aman earthquake victims in India and Bosnian victims etc. Research fellowships & gold medals to scientists scholarships. Sister club with RC Singapore. =================================================== 19 Lim Eng Ho 1992/93 Hosted the Ist Joint District 3300 & 3310 Conference. Recognised for contributing to Rl and Rotary Foundation. Recognized the firemen's work. Vocational Award to Resource Teacher of the Handicapped Children. Donations to Temerloh Sunshine Home, Old Folks Home at Tg. Malim, Kerling and Kuala Kubu Baru District Hospital. Held "Best Hobbies Contest" and Young Violinists Competition. Artificial limbs to the KL General Hospital, U-Hospital and war victims in Cambodia. Many other community service projects. Meeting place changed to Concorde Hotel in July 1992. ======================================================= 20

Koay Soon Eng 1991/92 Established the "Rotary Handicapped Children's Welfare Fund 1991/92". Rotary Charity Art Exhibition and Gala Charity Dinner. Introduced "High Involvement Award". Blood donation campaign, adoption of old folks, party for the handicapped children, donations of books etc, AIDS awareness, scholarships and vocational Excellence Awards. Distributed Career Guidance Handbook. Donation to China flood victims and Philippines "Thelma" tropical storm victims. ========================================================

21 Chan Kam Fatt 1990/91 Built and equipped the Orang Asli Furniture Workshop in Tanjung Sepat. Alleviate irrigation problems in Kg Tok Khalifah. Formed Rotary Medical Corps. Started Emergency Relief Fund and donated to Sungai Buloh Fire Disaster, Bangladesh cyclone victims and the Philippines earthquake victims. Donated equipment to 4 selected district hospitals and Temerloh Sunshine Home. Organised Rotary Gala Fashion Charity Dinner. Matched with the RC of Seoul East, South Korea. Meeting place changed to KL Hilton in April 1991 ============================================== 22 Dato Hj Kamarulzaman Bin Mohamed 1989/90 Built Rotary - PERKIM Rehabilitation Centre. Special recognition to Wong Chee Kin, a spastic diplegic. Cardiac Risk Assessment Programme, RCKL Past Presidents' Youth Camp, donation to 3 rural schools, Visit Malaysia Year & Road Safety car stickers, built a garden at Cheras Wayward Women Home and donation to woman inmates in prison. Awarded Datuk Bandar, Elyas Omar, a certificate of vocational excellence. Meeting place moved to Bankers Club in March 1990. 1 =========================================== 23 Haji Av. M. Jaffardeen 1988/89

Constructed Children's Playground at General Hospital Paediatrics' Wing. Donation of Audiometer to Malaysian Association for Deaf. Donation of rice to Bangladesh flood victims. Building a cemented dog run at PAWS Animal Home. Career Handbook. Vocational Award to Mr Mariappan, bronze medallist at the 1988 Seoul Paraolympics. Launched Anti-Dadah Campaign among students through Interactors by Education Minister. Rotary Village Corps - planting of rambutan trees in Sungei Buloh =======================================

24 A.N. Ham 1987/88 Raised $176,250 for "Diamond Jubilee Scholarship Fund". Celebrated our Club's Diamond Jubilee under the Patronage of our Royal Patron DYMM Sultan Selangor and honored PDG Tan Sri Jamil Rais with Paul Harris Fellowship as an "Exemplary Rotarian". Organised National Day Party for 1,000 handicapped children. Updated Club History in "The First 60 Years" ============================================== 25 Hew Kiang Hoe 1986/87 Organised the 1st Rotary Village Corps in District 330 - Durian Orchard at Sg. Buloh Leprosarium. Hosted 52nd District Conference. Hosted Visit of R.I. President M.A.T. Caparas and Nita Caparas. Sponsored Long Island Youth Orchestra for cultural exchange. Established secretarial-cum meeting room in Hotel Merlin. Organised Vocational talks and job training for school leavers. Donated $25,000 to charities. Matched with R.C. of Crows-Nest, Australia. Received 2 District Significant Awards and Best Attendance at Assembly Award. ===================================================== 26 Hj. Noordin Bin Haji Truna 1985/86 Donation of van to Selangor Spastic Children's Association. Outstanding Fireman Award. Hosted Group Study Exchange from U.S.A.

====================================================== 27 Beh Lye Huat 1984/85 Updating Club and Charity Foundation Constitutions & Bye-Laws. Did a Courtesy survey from tourists' impressions. Held a Chinese New Year Party for 500 Handicapped. Participated in World Community Service of Rotary International by donating medical supplies to R.C. of Rajshahi, Bangladesh. Laid the foundation of a future Youth Resource Centre and raised $55,000 towards this aim.

28 Bernard McSweeney 1983/84 Beautification of Taman Titiwangsa. Best Tradesman Award. Donation of Electric Walking Sticks and Braille Typewriter to the Blind. Raised $52,000 for Eye Hospital. 29 Ramli Ibrahim 1982/83 Hosted First (re-demarcated) District 330 Conference (DG Dato Dr Keshmahinder Singh).

30 Dr Jagjit Singh Sambhi 1981/82 Formed Rotary Research Foundation (Fellowships, Gold Medal, Research encouragement). Sponsored Interact Clubs of Aminuddin Baki and Convent Jalan Peel. Sponsored Heart Foundation of Malaysia. For the first time became a Donor Club to World Community Service of Rotary International for a well for clean drinking water in India. Updated constitution of Rotary Club of K.L. and of Charity Foundation. Renovated Sunshine Camp in Port Dickson. Visit of R.I. President Stanley E. McCaffrey. Outstanding Policeman Award. Best Attendance Award at District Conference. =========================================================== 31

Eugene B. English 1980/81 Adoption of Kg Benteng Village - construction of Civic Centre and Children's Library. Sponsored Rotaract Club of Damansara. Hosted Group Study Exchange. Donated Musical Instruments to M.A.B ===================================================== 32 Dato Lam Peng Chong 1979/80 Hosted Rotaract District Conference ====================================================== 33 P.S. Gill 1978/79 Golden Jubilee celebrations of Club. Sponsored Rotary Club of Damansara. Established Golden Jubilee Scholarship Fund. ======================================================== 34 Dato L.Krishnan 1977/78 Constructed and established Wisma Rotary which functioned from 1978 to June 1984. Visit of R.I. President Jack Davies. Intercity Meeting presided by President Davies. Construction of Pavilions at Taman Kuantan (Titiwangsa). Donation of Prevention of Drug Abuse Film to Pemadam. Sponsored Rotaract Club of Stamford Secretariat Centre. Sponsored Diabetes Association. ========================================================== 35 Dato'Jaffar b Hj Mohd Ali 1976/77 Donation of Skating Rink at Lake Gardens. Hosted Group Study Exchange. Established the Achievement Award Trophy for the best Interact Club. Paul Harris Awards to Seri Paduka Baginda DYMM Yang Di Pertuan Agong Ke-enam. Interact Talentime, Mini Olympics & Children's Library project. =====================================================

36 Dato' Haji Mustapha Ma, PDG 1975/76 Presentation of Paul Harris Fellow Awards to DYMM Seri Paduka Baginda Yang Di Pertuan Agong Ke-lima & DYMM Raja Permaisuri Agong. Hosted District Conference (DG Tan Sri Abdul Jamil Rais). ======================================================

37 Tan Sri Dato G.S. Gill 1974/75 Gift of Mobile Blood Donors' van. Assistance to Spastics Centre ============================================== 38 Dato Lau Foo San 1973/74 Rotary Hostel for the Blind. P.J. Rotary W.C.S. Donation of US$10,000 from clubs in Japan. =================================================== 39 Collin H. Williams 1972/73 Formed Interact Club of Bt. Nanas. Hosted District Assembly, District Interact Conference & Group Study Exchange. Launched Careers Club Competition and organised Careers Guidance Conference for under-graduates of University of Malaya. =======================================================

40 K. Vishnu Murthy 1971/72 Launched Students Exchange Scheme. Formed Interact Club of BBGS and Rotaract Club of University of Malaya ====================================================== 41 Law Joo Ghin 1970/71 Formed Boys Clubs in Suleiman Court, Pudu (SCRC) and Sentul. Won District Attendance Trophy. Membership development. ======================================= ADD A NEW PAGE

Board of Directors monthly meetings


1. Steve Lau Public Relations Last Wednesday of month at 2pn right after the Club Weekly Meeting 2. Datuk HJ Adenan Vocational Service Second Wednesday of month at 2pm right after the Club Weekly Meeting 3. Frank Lim Fellowship Fourth Friday of month at 6pm at Lake Club or Royal Selangor Club, Kiara

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