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Volume 58 Number 45 - 28 May 2012

The Rotary Club of Kaikohe
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Dinner Meeting
Guest Speaker
6:00pm - Wednesday 30 MayFrank Leadley - Dictionaries to the Pacific

Members' Privileges

Meeting Closure
Five Minute SpeakerRaffleSergeant's AssistantStewardStewardIntroduce SpeakerThank Speaker
30 MayJimNoelBillKeithStanRogerDonSarojaGlenis 
6 JunKeithBillSueElizabethJimBruce KRay GlenisRoger 

Remember to arrange a replacement if you cannot accept your privilege at this time

News and Notices

  1. Meals on Wheels
  1. Kaikohe Rotary Club members have the privilege of delivering meals on wheels next week, 5-8 June.
  2. Link to spreadsheet to check which days are still available before you make your choice.
  3. Link to form to choose a day to deliver meals on wheels.
  1. Link to Rotarians With Conviction - 2013 District Conference - Norfolk Island. Go to the excellent web site for all the information you need.
  1. Early booking is essential.
  2. Link to form to express your interest in going to conference.
  3. Link to spreadsheet.
  1. Link to District 9910 Annual General Meeting Minutes.
  2. Link to Trash to Fashion poster - Kaikohe Memorial Hall 4 August 2012.
  3. Link to a message from Rotary New Zealand World Community Service about a Memorandum of Understanding with Volunteer Service Abroad.

Calendar, Comments, and Blogs (where there is always something new - check these links every week)

  1. Link to the Kaikohe Rotary Club Calendar.
  2. Link to Rotary District 9910's Etcetera web page for regular district updates.
  3. Link to the Rotary Down Under Blog.
  4. Link to the Rotary Regional Public Image Resource Blog.
  5. Link to the Rotary Down Under site where you can read the latest Rotary Down Under magazine and lots of other interesting stuff that is constantly updated.

Club Bulletins

  1. Link to the latest Kerikeri Club Bulletin.
  2. Link to the latest Bay of Islands Club Bulletin.

Regular Newsletters

  1. Link to the Rotary International Weekly Update.
  2. Link to Rotary International’s New Generations - Interact-Rotaract-Ryla - May 2012.
  3. Link to Rotary International’s Rotary Service Update - a resource for Rotarians interested in planning service projects.
  4. Link to the District Governor's Newsletter April 2012 (PDF 1,959KB).
  5. Link to Rotary International’s Rotary Leader May 2012.
  6. Link to Rotary International’s Youth Exchange Newsletter May 2012.
  7. Link to Rotary International’s Rotary Service Update April 2012.
  8. Link to the District 9910 Regular Email.
  9. Link to the latest Northland College Newsletter.
  10. Link to E Mara - the weekly e-newsletter of Te Rūnanga-ā-iwi o Ngāpuhi.

23 May Meeting Report

  1. Guests - Anthony Warren (Guest Speaker), Tracy and Richard Ayton.
  2. Apologies - Tracy, Julie, Liz, Adrienne, Stan, Sue, Saroja.
  3. President Frank is working with a small sub committee to develop a draft 3 year Strategic Plan.
  4. Auction - 26 May. More items needed. Starts at 10am. Viewing on Friday.
  5. Thanks to Valerie for preparing the Dictionaries for presentation to Kaikohe East students on Friday 25 May. Moengaroa and Frank to assist.
  6. The Guest Speaker was Anthony Warren.
  1. Anthony is from Otaua and returned home in 1974 after a career in the navy.
  2. After travelling through Kaikohe to work at a Gym in Kerikeri for many years Anthony has established The Mill Gym in Kaikohe.
  3. The name relates to the importance of mills in the history of the district. Timber mills take raw material from the forest and converted it in to useful products that can travel the world and contribute to society: ”Mai i te ngahere ki te mira, mai i te mira ki te ao”.
  4. All the staff are volunteers. Funding for the rent of the building comes from door charges.
  5. School students are free in the afternoon.
  6. The focus is on young people.
  7. Sixty to 100 participants a day. Approximately 1,000 visits a month.
  8. Anthony impressed members as a person who has turned a vision to help the community into reality.