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Volume 66 Number 11 - 9 September 2019

The Rotary Club of Kaikohe Bulletin

Dinner Meetings
Wednesday 11 September - Games evening
Wednesday 18 September - Board Meeting

Members' Privileges (Mobile Friendly Version)
DateCashierFive Minute SpeakerIntroduce SpeakerRaffleSergeantSergeant's AssistantThank SpeakerLast Word
11-Sep-2019Ngaire
18-Sep-2019Glenis

News and Notices

  • Link to Kaikohe to Indonesia 2020.

  • Link to Invitation to Tuia 250 Conference - Devonport 15-17 November.

  • Link to World Polio Day 24 October.

  • Link to Ngāwhā Corrections Visit - 17 September.

  • Link to the Dictionaries Spreadsheet.


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 Rotary International’s Member News.


Regular Newsletters

  • Link to the latest Rotary Weekly.

  • Link to the latest Governor’s Newsletter.

  • Link to the latest Youth Exchange Newsletter.

  • Link to the latest Rotary Down Under.

  • Link to the latest Water and Sanitation Rotarian Action Group Newsletter.

  • Link to the latest Dargaville Club Bulletin.

  • Link to the latest Bay of Islands Club Bulletin.

  • Link to the latest Kerikeri Club Bulletin.

  • Link to the latest Waipapa Club Bulletin.

  • Link to the latest E Mara E Pānui.


4 September Meeting

  • Alyah-Rose Narbey-Nimeti is a young woman who is going places. As well as being deputy head girl at Northland College, Alyah is also a member of the Far North Youth Council, while next month she will represent her country at an international youth conference held in Rarotonga.

  • This week Alyah was a guest of Kaikohe Rotary as she told us of her experience aboard the sailing ship R Tucker Thompson. Alyah joined 11 other young people and four crew for a week-long voyage. She told us she shared in all tasks onboard ship including the scrubbing the deck, peeling potatoes and climbing the mast. Every morning the young people were expected to swim around the vessel at sunrise. While the swim was not compulsory, you could not have a shower unless you got into the water. And it was cold!

  • Aliyah said the trip reminded her how vulnerable our environment is to the effects of climate change and how we have to work hard now to preserve the Earth for future generations. She has no hesitation in recommending the R Tucker Thompson experience to her schoolmates.

  • Kaikohe Rotary is proud to sponsor talented local teens like Alyah to enjoy the T Tucker Thompson experience.