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Volume 60 Number 18 - 28 October 2013

The Rotary Club of Kaikohe

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Dinner Meeting


 Wednesday 30 October Social Night

 Members' Privileges

 

Cashier

Reception
Meeting
Closure
Five
Minute
Speaker

Raffle

Sergeant's
Assistant

Steward

Steward

Introduce
Speaker
Thank
Speaker
 30 OctKeith  Ngaire Bruce K DonnaJohn Helen Liz - -
 6 Nov Ngaire Helen Jim Don Noel John StanKeith Bill

News and Notices

  • Link to a request for assistance at the Kerikeri Garden Safari.

  • Link to the Kerikeri Rotary Club’s Kerikeri Garden Safari website (2-3 November)

  • Link to an Invitation to the Area One Dinner - Kaitaia - Saturday 30 November.

  • Link to the Northern Crossing site - check out the video.

  • Link to a Thank You Message from Monita.

  • Link to the a notice about the Dargaville Rotary Club and the Royal New Zealand Ballet’s Tower Tutus on Tour - Dargaville - 6 November.

  • Link to the latest Clarks Escapades programme.

  • Link to the webpage of the District 9910 Conference Waitangi - 25-27 April 2014.

  • Link to the webpage of the Rotary International Conference Sydney - 1-4 June 2014.


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

  • Link to the Kaikohe Rotary Club Calendar.

  • Link to Kaikohe Rotary’s Facebook page.

  • Link to the Rotary Down Under Blog.

  • Link to the Rotary Regional Public Image Resource Blog.


Regular Newsletters

  • Link to the District Governor’s Newsletter - October 2013.

  • Link to Membership Minute - October 2013.

  • Link to Shelterbox News - October 2013.

  • Link to the October Rotary Down Under webpage.

  • Link to the Kerikeri Rotary Bulletin.

  • Link to the latest E Mara E Pānui.


23 October Meeting Report (Reporter - Jim)

  • Fifty-three Rotarians, Lions and Kohewhata Marae members met at the Northland College Hubb training establishment.

  • Northland College principal Jim Luders spoke on the challenges, changes and plans for Northland College and education in general.

  • The challenges include the backgrounds and homelife of the students and when they get into trouble they often have a story with a lot of baggage and hurt.

  • 90% of his pupils are lovely, with some earning scholarships up to $30,000. The college forest is being harvested to pay historic debt.

  • The farm is to be associated with Lincoln University.

  • He is encouraged seeing a number of highly educated people coming back to Kaikohe, and saw the art in town as in part a rebranding of Kaikohe and the College.

  • Schools are now partly a social service and already education is moving towards, and close to 50% electronic and some schools are going to a much higher percentage.

  • He issued a welcome for all parents and members of the community to visit the college during open hours.

  • During the evening a raffle and sergeants session raised $140 which was given to the Kohewhata Marae trustees for their childrens playground.