Rotary Bulletin 03-August-2020 – Meeting
Next meeting at 5.30 pm on Monday 10 August
Attendance: 24 plus Anne McCabe (guest speaker).
Sergeant’s session: $39.50
Toast: Charlie – Bless this food and all those who cooked it.
Two-minute talk – Geoff Gage about the pure theatre getting their road done, Breadlebane Avenue. They are collecting a lot of mud on and under their car.
Guest Speaker – Anne McCabe (When feet go bad).
Anne (pictured above) regaled us with stories and photos of a variety of foot problems from corns, veruccas, fungal infections to diabetes foot neuriopathy. Anne trained at CIT Lower Hutt, currently 300 podiatrists in NZ, more needed so many here from UK and South Africa.
Anne’s first clinic was in Otaki where she treated children, athletes, ballet dancers and now in HB, prisoners at HB prison where 1 in 3 have problems, from club feet to diabetes.Her advice with fungal feet infections was to get a proper diagnosis from a Podiatrist so treatment is suitable.
10 August – Dr Miles Williams (Cardiologist) on his support for the End of Life Bill.
Dr Miles Williams – Cardiologist – will speak next week on his support for the End of Life Bill , this is a partner’s night which will be a worthwhile topic for all due to the upcoming vote.
The Cancer Society is again organising their annual Daffodil Day fund raiser on Friday 28th and Saturday 29th August. Havelock North Rotary have been asked if they can help provide collectors at Hastings New World from 8am to 6pm, 2 hours shifts 2 people each shift. If you are able to help email Jessica firstname.lastname@example.org with the time that suits.
PARTING THOUGHT – Stephen Randal
Over the next few years over 192,000 satellites to be launched by companies like Facebook, Amazon and SpaceX.We need to be aware of such pollution.
The number of guests attending or apologies must reach Ian Ellengold phone 878 8652 or email email@example.com before 10 pm Sunday. Please also note that if you’re bringing a partner or other guest you also need to notify the attendance officer, to enable our caterers to prepare the correct number of meals.
Please note these arrangements: If you are rostered on for duty but find you are unavailable it is your responsibility to arrange a replacement for yourself. Once this is done, email Stephen Randal at firstname.lastname@example.org and advise him of the change.
|DATE||10 August||17 August||24 August|
|Event/Speaker||Dr Miles Williams|
|Grace and Badges||Longman||Holford||Jopling|
|M C||Not required|
|2 Minute Talk||Townsend||Henderson||Pollard|
|Vote of Thanks||Duffy||Blowes||Norrie|
BIRTHDAYS: 28th to 3rd August
ANNIVERSARIES: 28th to 3rd August
We arrived home tonight after a three week trip around the South Island. Stunning scenery, great weather and so many beautiful places to visit. On Friday we visited Transport World In Invercargill, This was an amazing place which I am sure all of you would enjoy. Not something I would usually go to but I loved it, with over 150 restored vehicles it is a really impressive visit. Friday night we stayed at Lanarch Castle in the lodge and had dinner in the Castle which was a treat.
The opinions expressed in this Bulletin are not necessarily those of the President or Directors or of members of the Rotary Club of Havelock North Inc.