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Presentation of the Charter for Quota International of the Ozarks at the Region 9 Meeting. 2017Quota International is growing.  With an active network of more than 5,000 women, men, and youth in over 250 communities in 13 – soon to be 14 – countries, Quotarians are definitely on the move empowering women, children, the deaf, and hard of hearing.  We send enthusiastic greetings to the following new Quotarians in the Philippines and the United States as they join this inspired group of members creating sound beginnings around the world. (Pictured from left: Quota International Region 9 Director, Kacee Kirschvink, Baton Rouge Quota Club President, Alison Walker, The Ozarks’ Quota Club Charter President, Twila Howland, Ozark Quotarian, John Howland, Quota International Executive Director, Barbara Schreiber, International President, Marie Dobson-Dunlop at the presentation of the Charter for Quota International of the Ozarks during the Region 9 meeting. )

Nixa, Missouri, United States – Quota International is excited to announce the return of Quotarian Twila Howland (formerly of Quota International of Monroe) and the charter of Quota International of the Ozarks with 7 new members, on January 20, 2017.  With a mission that’s very dear to Twila, they will focus on educating families about how to live with hearing impaired persons, as well as coordinate a “Signing Santa” event this Christmas. 

Twila Howland is serving as the Club Organizer and Charter Club President of Quota International of the Ozarks, with Lysa Munden and Judy Britton volunteering as Club Secretary and Club Treasurer.  The efforts of these women, Region 9 Director, Kacee Kirschvink, and International Vice President, Carol Patin, are inspiring as more Quotarians are empowering women, children, the deaf, and hard of hearing around the world.  Quota International of the Ozarks is partnering with Sound Advice Hearing Doctors in Springfield, Missouri.

Metro Davao, Philippines – On December 14, 2016, Quota International of Metro Davao will celebrate their charter, joining 250 other Quota Clubs in 13 countries. Under the leadership of Charter Club President Roy Cresencio R. Linao, Jr., Secretary Renelee M. Subsuban, and Treasurer Zandra H. Mandi, Quota International of Metro Davao’s eight members will create sound beginnings for disadvantaged women and children especially for children afflicted with cancer.  

With sincere appreciation, we acknowledge the efforts of the club organizers, Region 19 Director, Dr. Marilyn Navales, Quota International of Davao City Club President, Fatima-Inderah Disomimba, and the members of Quota International of Davao.  Congratulations to all.

La Union, Philippines -
The newest Quota Club, Quota International of La Union will celebrate their charter on October 8, 2016. Under the leadership of Charter Club President Jacqueline Chan, Secretary Charissa Paredes, and Treasurer Juvy Lyn Fonbuena, Quota International of La Union will create sound beginnings making it possible for women and the deaf and hard of hearing to pursue their dreams through university certification courses.

With sincere appreciation, we welcome the 10 new members in La Union and acknowledge the efforts of the organizing member, Past Region 19 Director, Consuelo ‘Connie’ Garcia, and the organizing club, Quota International of Manila South. Congratulations to all.

New Quota Communities

 The Ozarks, Missouri, United States     1/20/2017
 Metro Davao, Philippines     12/14/2016
 La Union, Philippines      10/8/2016
 Cabanatuan City, Philippines
  2/11/2016
 Ubay, Bohol, Philippines     4/5/2015
 Golden Tara, Philippines   9/20/2014
 Sto. Nino de Cebu, Philippines     3/6/2014 

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