The Rotary Year of 2003-2004 was the “rookie year” of President Voltaire “bok” San Pedro. Though serving as the Club’s leader in his first year in the organization, he nonetheless was able to continue its well-established programs and activated the club in pursuing district events. Some of these noteworthy activities consist of the Club’s quintessential nomination of the Most Outstanding Public Servant (MOPS) were FO3 Rodolfo B. Robregado received the commendation, a seminar on Drug Awareness at the International Baptist College with the directors of the Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) as its speakers. Equally memorable was the visit at Orani, Bataan with the assistance of fellow Rotarians there to check out the refurbishing of the well and the toilet projects and the mahogany reforestation and the mini-clinics in the said area. Books and computers were donated to the worthy and needy pupils of Nueve de Febrero Elementary School and to those in Bongabon, Nueva Ecija, respectively. For medical missions, a “harelip” project was initiated, eye refraction/eye glasses donation as a joint effort with other Clubs as well as a visitation in the National Center for Mental Health and to the children with cancer at East Avenue Medical Center, Q/C. the “Share-a-Toy, Share-a-Joy’ Christmas activity was again put into action. Poverty alleviation was one of the major thrust of the year, with a housing project in Pinugay, Tanay, Rizal as a part of it. The Club’s active participation in a number of district sponsored events include: the Oktoberfest, District Family of Rotary at the Roverbank in Marikina City, the District 3800 Songfest were Pres. Bok bagged the second spot, DISCON 2004, PALAROTARY 2004, etc.