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Volume 63 Number 11 - 12 September 2016

The Rotary Club of Kaikohe Bulletin

Dinner Meetings
Wednesday 14 September - Adrienne Tari - Te Pou Herenga Tai - Twin Coast Cycle Trail
Wednesday 21 September - Board Meeting

Members' Privileges (Mobile Friendly Version)
DateCashierFive Minute SpeakerIntroduce SpeakerRaffleSergeantSergeant's AssistantThank Speaker
14-Sep-2016ValerieRayColinElizabethGlenisJimNoel
21-Sep-2016Elizabeth

News and Notices

  • Link to the Okaihau Kaikohe Traverse Information and Registration page.


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

  • Link to the Kaikohe Rotary Club Calendar. Go here to check out Guest Speakers for future meetings and details of other club activities.

  • Link to Kaikohe Rotary’s Facebook page.

  • Link to the District Facebook page.

  • Link to the District Calendar.

  • Link to the Rotary Service Connections Blog.

  • 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.

  • Link to Wasrag (Water and Sanitation Rotarian Action Group) Blog.


Regular Newsletters

  • Link to Rotary Weekly - 9 September 2016.

  • Link to the August Governor’s Newsletter with good coverage of the traverse on page 3.

  • Link to Rotary Youth Exchange - September 2016.

  • Link to Rotary Down Under 587 - September 2016.

  • Link to Rotary Young Leaders in Action - August 2016.

  • Link to Rotary Service Newsletter - August 2016.

  • Link to the latest Bay of Islands Club Bulletin.

  • Link to the latest Dargaville Club Bulletin.

  • Link to the latest Kerikeri Club Bulletin.

  • Link to the latest Waipapa Club Bulletin.

  • Link to the latest E Mara E Pānui.


7 September Meeting - Guest Speaker - Margaretanne Roger

  • After working for 10 years as a receptionist for a trucking company Margaretanne Roger decided she wanted to do more with her life. After successfully completing one paper outside work time, she enrolled for a Psychology degree at the University of Auckland. After completing her degree she got a got a job as a probation officer before becoming a clinical psychologist specialising in helping people with brain injuries.

  • Margaretanne then worked in Britain for four years. On her return to New Zealand she was staying with her sister in Kaitaia when she heard of a job with the Ministry of Education managing its psychological services for the Far North, based in Kaikohe. She got the job. But after two years she decided to go out on her own and become a psychologist in private practice. That was in 2008 and she is still in that role.

  • Margaretanne explained that most of her clients come via referrals from government agencies such as ACC and Corrections. She has a few private clients. However, Northland has few people who can afford to pay for psychological services.

  • For a period Margaretanne had her own consulting rooms. But she found that most of her clients live outside Kaikohe, so the rooms were not viable. She now services an area from Te Hapua in the north to Waipu in the south, including frequent travel to Kaitaia and Whangarei.

  • Margaretanne says there are a handful of other private-practice psychologists in Northland and there is plenty of work. She explained that while psychiatrists have full medical training, psychologists do not.

  • Ngaire Powdrill thanked Margaretanne for her most interesting presentation.