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Volume 61 Number 29 - 9 February 2015

The Rotary Club of Kaikohe Bulletin

Dinner Meeting
Wednesday 11 February - Games Evening

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

11 FebJimNoel-
Bruce G
John VValerieDonnaRayDonStan-
18 FebJohn VHelenGlenisJimElizabethRayNoelBruce KDonnaJohn E

Ngaire


News and Notices

  • Members will have their first opportunity to deliver Meals on Wheels this year in the week 9-13 February. VOLUNTEERS STILL NEEDED!

    • Link to the volunteer spreadsheet.

  • Link to a poster about Warbirds Over Kaikohe - 7-8 March - Kaikohe Airfield.

  • Friendship Exchange Hosting - 18-21 February.

    • Link to the updated programme.

    • Members are invited to a BYO barbecue with the visitors at Wildspur - 5:30pm Friday 20 February. Bring $5 each towards the cost of meat.

      • Link to the form to let us know who is coming.

      • Link to the spreadsheet to see who is coming.

  • Cycleway Working Bee

    • Link to a message from Adrienne.

    • Link to Working Bee photos in our 2015 Photo Album.

    • Link to a report on the FNDC Facebook page.

  • Link to What Rotary Convention is All About.

  • Link to a poster about an Art Exhibition in Kawakawa.

  • Link to a Rotary Leadership Institute notice - The next course is on Sunday 22 March 2015 - 8.45am to 4.15pm.


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 - 6 February 2015.

  • Link to Rotary Global History Fellowship - Newsletter 246.

  • Link to Rotary - Young Leaders in Action - January 2015.

  • Link to Rotary Global History Fellowship - Newsletter 155.

  • Link to WASRAG Newsletter - January 2015.

  • Link to Rotary Vocational Service Newsletter - January 2015.

  • Link to District 9910 Centurion News - December 2014.

  • Link to End Polio Now - January 2015.

  • Link to the latest Kerikeri Club Bulletin.

  • Link to the latest Bay of Islands Club Bulletin.

  • Link to the latest E Mara E Pānui.


4 February Meeting Report (Reporter - Noel)

  • Apologies - Donna, Valerie, John V.

  • Guests - Monita and her parents Gary and Te Matewai, Elodie Vujcich, Kaya and Holly.

  • President Liz gave a full report on the presidents meeting. Some of the things happening at the other Clubs are:

    • Waipapa, 21st March Antiques Road Show, $5 to have something valued

    • Kerikeri, Men’s shed to teach youth skills and repair goods for Hospice

    • Kaitaia - Continuous Book Fair. Now have 7 members. Liz going up for induction of new member.

    • Bay of Islands - Doing car parking at Waitangi and looking for assistance on the day.

  • Meals on Wheels next week - Put your name on the link to help

  • Glenis has the Friendship Exchange organised and will send out final program.

  • District Conference is in Auckland in May. Details to follow.

  • Letter of thanks from Women’s Refuge for the fundraising we assisted with.

  • Kerikeri Club has invited us to join them on Monday 23rd Feb to celebrate Rotary's birthday. Details to come.

  • We are still waiting on an application to come in from a RYLA prospect.

  • The Notice Board is progressing towards completion.

  • Mavis Crashaw has passed away. She was the wife of one of our previous members, Ian, and sister of Lil Day.

  • Megan Hammerton, our out going exchange student, has arrived safely in Chile

  • Our speaker Monita, returning exchange student from France, gave a report on her time and experiences in France.

  • It is always great to hear how they have enjoyed their time away and to see how they have matured.

  • The Club should proud that they have helped another student to see how another country lives and given them a life changing experience.

  • Thanks was given by Stan

  • Glenis had the closing thought -  “Friends are like stars you can't always see them but they are always there “