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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)



Five Minute Speaker 

 Introduce Speaker


Reception Meeting Closure 



Sergeant's Assistant



 Thank Speaker

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


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 “