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Volume 61 Number 19 - 10 November 2014

The Rotary Club of Kaikohe Bulletin

Dinner Meeting
Wednesday 12 November - Club Annual Meeting - Guest Speaker David Laurenson

Members’ Privileges (Be sure to arrange a replacement if you are unable to take up your privilege)

Date

Cashier 

Five Minute Speaker 

 Introduce Speaker

Raffle 

Reception Meeting Closure 

Reporter 

Sergeant 

Sergeant's Assistant

Steward 

Steward 

 Thank Speaker

12 NovRayDonnaBruce GHelenJohn EBruce KDonNoelElizabethValerieSue
19 NovStanValerieRayBruce KDonGlenisJohn EHelenNoelBruce G

Donna


News and Notices

  • Link to poster - Taumarere to Opua Cycle Trail Opening - Sunday 16 November.

  • Link to a message from an Auckland Downtown Rotarian looking for Someone in Kaikohe with Carpentry Skills for a Kaikohe based project (with links to information about the project).

  • Link to email - Another Good Reason for Joining WASRAG!c

  • Link to the Kaikohe Business Association website where there is information about the Kaikohe Christmas Parade and the Five Nations Mounted Games.

  • Bay of Islands Pastoral and Industrial Show Waimate North - 8 November 2014.

    • Link to the show website for some photos of this year's show.

    • Link to a photo or our team in action.

    • Link to a photo of our keen customers.

  • Area One Combined Dinner 20 November

    • The Bay of Islands Bulletin tells their members that this dinner is fully booked (Not sure if our bookings have gone through).

    • Link to poster.

    • Link to form to register.

    • Link to spreadsheet.

  • Link to an Invitation to the Waipapa Rotary Club’s Twentieth Anniversary - 6 December 2014.

  • Friendship Exchange

    • Link to update.

    • District 1120 (UK) Friendship Exchange February 2015 (Four couples and two singles).

      • Link to Itinerary.

      • Link to the form to volunteer to assist.

      • Link to spreadsheet.

  • Link to Kaikohe Christmas Parade flyer.


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 District Facebook page.

  • Link to the District What’s On Calendar.

  • Link to the Rotary Service Connections Blog.

  • Link to Monita's Facebook page.

  • Link to the Rotary Voices Blog.

  • Link to the Rotary Down Under Blog.

  • Link to the Rotary Regional Public Image Resource Blog.

  • Link to Rotary International’s Member News.


Regular Newsletters

  • Link to Rotary Weekly - 7 November 2014.

  • Link to Rotary Down Under - November 2014.

  • Link to Rotary Global History Fellowship Newsletter.

  • Link to download the District Governor’s Newsletter - October 2014.

  • Link to Rotary Vocational Service Newsletter - October 2014.

  • Link to Rotary Service Update - October 2014.

  • Link to Membership Minute - October 2014.

  • Link to the latest Bay of Islands Club Bulletin.

  • Link to the latest E Mara E Pānui.


5 November Meeting Report (Reporter Donna)

  • President Liz

    • Welcome back to our 2 travellers Cam and Glenis

    • Area 1 dinner on 20th Nov.

  • Waipapa Rotary invitation to 20th anniversary 6th Dec

  • Waimate show this Saturday all under control.

  • Noel will send emails out thursday night.

  • Jim

    • Directors meeting 26th Nov and Committees as well.

    • Dare Kaikohe final final notice return received from registrar of companies which has already been dealt with.

    • The gear to sell raffle tickets at New World is at Birchall's.

  • Helen

    • If you know of anyone between 18 and 26 who volunteers as a sports coach or something similar rather than someone who is paid to do a job please give it to Helen for RYLA.

  • Valerie

    • Film review for Megan's fundraiser. The film was Pride rue story set in the 1980's during the U.K. miners strike and the group of people that came to support them it was an awesome heartwarming and funny movie that everyone should go and see if you have the chance.

  • 5 minute speaker Bruce Gillies

    • We forget how dramatic changes happen in mind sets over time as he read a notice to shop assistants from 1854. A few excerpts read as follows: An employee who is in the habit of smoking spanish cigars, getting shaved at a barbers shop, going to dances and other such places of amusement will surely give an employer reason to be suspicious of his integrity and all round honesty. Men are given one evening a week for courting purposes and two if they go to prayer meetings regularly.  After 14 hours work spare time should be devoted to reading good literature.

    • Needless to say the British Trade Union started 13 years later.

  • Sergeant Bruce - Cam was observed looking puzzled at the bar with NZ cash.

  • John Vucjich introduced the speaker - Trish Muldrock - a World Champion power lifter.

    • Trish told us everything from her unexpected falling into the sport 18 years ago, the 3 disciplines of the sport, training regime,  equipment required, the strictness of the rules when at competitions, diet, drug testing and how she would rather not have to travel for the comps as she always misses home.

    • Her most rewarding moment is the delight that she gives others with get achievements and her funniest moment was when Kevin George once bought a piano home and asked her if she would mind giving him a hand to get it off the trailer and inside.  

    • Trish's talk was very inspiring and although I'm not inclined to want to start power lifting, it almost made one want to rush off to our local gym and actually start working on those flabby abs.

    • Helen thanked Trish for her inspiring talk about her sport, the training and everything else involved and the sacrifice that one makes when they become involved in a sport that they love.

  • Closure Noel

    • Listening to Trish goes to show if you put your mind to something you will achieve it but a word of advice it might be a good idea to delay any visions you may have of space travel for a while.