The next meeting is 5.30 pm on Monday 15th March.
Attendance: 34 including invited guests
Toast: Eddie Blowes to all Front line workers.
Sergeant’s session: N/A
Two-minute talk: N/A
Trish Giddens introduced Rotary to visitors with a short overview of what Rotary is and what it achieves both locally and world-wide.
Introduction of visitors:
Various Rotary Directors then shared their experiences of why they joined Rotary, the benefits that Rotary has provided and what has been achieved during their time in Rotary.
The golf croquet night is now on the 22nd March.
There are 2 candidates being proposed for Ryla.
Projects: Charlie Fergus spoke about a recent project completed at Te Mate Peak, where a new walkway from the top carpark has been completed. This was completed with no cost to Rotary.
District 9930 Conference: Another reminder to register for the conference in May and for those attending to come up with a theme for the club. The overall theme is Mid-Life crisis, so we need to come up with something around this theme.
PARTING THOUGHT – Eddie Blowes on “the Tamaki’s”.
Duties (as at Rotary Bulletin 08/03/2021)
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 email@example.com and advise him of the change.
|DATE||15th March||22nd March||29th March|
|Event/Speaker||2 Science Forum |
|Golf Croquet||Outward Bound|
|Badges & Grace||Forde||Brangwin|
|2 Minute Talk||Randal||Hann|
|Vote of Thanks||Massey||Giddens||Kimber|
The build up to our District Conference is now in full swing. For those of us on the committee, there is more time involved and it is hard to believe it is only just over 10 weeks away. With both Easter and Anzac in the middle of this I am sure the time will fly by. Our club is involved with various aspects of the conference, including helping with finding products for the attendee’s goodie bags and our lovely Judi Schnell doing all the table decorations (along with help from other partners). I am sure getting closer to the date there will be further jobs such as driving, hosting and helping the many visitors to our area from District 9930. It looks like we will have over 300 attending with full registrations and/or accompanying partners to the social events. It is going to be a great event I hope you are all looking forward to it. To find out more view here.
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