Next meeting at 5.30 pm on Monday 30th November at Hastings airport, followed by dinner at the Hastings Golf Club.
Sergeant’s session: $58.80
Toast: To all the people who are keeping us safe in NZ
Two minute talk: Ben Massey gave us some updated real estate news.
Guest Speaker: Margie Thomas from Honey Bliss (pictured above) uses Kinesiology or muscle testing to assess imbalances and sensitivities in the body. Imbalances can be chemical, emotional or toxicity. Margie also uses acupressure points. She makes up her own testing vials as NZ food, pollen etc. are different from the rest of the world. Margie rebalances some food groups (like nightshade group of tomatoes, potatoes and peppers) patients can then tolerate and eat some of these foods.
1. Bridge Par meeting 30 November Eddie will email us all with meeting address.
2. Cancer Society is looking for a volunteer to take meeting minutes monthly for about 2 hours. See Charlie if interested.
Te Mata Peak – Zigzag track up to the summit.
Estimated 200 hours of volunteer work to get completed prior to Xmas 2020. Charlie will keep us updated.
Christmas in the Park – 12th December. Charlie looking for 17 people to help to collect money and park cars at Xmas in the Park at the Sports Park on 12 December 2.30 onwards.
Mitre10 on Tuesday was quiet with 38 books sold. Friday at Havelock North New World we sold 45 books, good considering the door where we place the trailer is closed. Saturday at Hasting’s New World 46 books sold. We have passed ticket 8000 so in the final straight with approx 150 books to sell with 5 confirmed selling spots left. Dave Norrie is collecting the tickets and money Friday 27th at Mitre 10 and Saturday at Warehouse. Thanks to everyone that has helped, nearly there.
PARTING THOUGHT – Lyn Hann
“You only live once, if you do it right, once is enough”
Duties (as at Rotary Bulletin 26-November-2020)
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||30th November||7th December||14th December|
|Event/Speaker||Airport Visit and dinner at Hastings Golf Club||Michael Mckay/|
|Grace and Badges||Norrie||Blowes and Randal|
|2 Minute Talk||Kimber|
|Vote of Thanks||Mayne||Fergus|
Well Christmas is really upon us now, the decorations are up in town and it is starting to look quite festive. Our Christmas party is on the 14th December which is the last Rotary meeting for the year. We start back in January on the 23rd with our opening BBQ. Then we have Waitangi Day holiday on the 8th February, so it will be a quiet start to the New Year for Rotary. I am sure I speak for everyone when I say that 2020 will be a year we are all glad to leave behind us, for many reasons, let’s hope 2021 is a more hopeful year and things get back to semi-normal. My thoughts are with those of you who have family overseas and are unable to visit them over the coming summer.
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