Our Next Meeting of 2021 will be ...

 

Whitby
Monday: 29 November at 12:00 pm

Venue: James Cook Hotel, L17. Register here.

Speaker: Leasi Papali'i Scanlan

The Samoa High Commissioner to New Zealand and Dean of Diplomatic Corps

Duties Roster: click here.

Register on Calendar Event 

The James Cook are moving to the Traffic light system from next week. Vaccine certificates scans are required by Whitby's restaurant. All restaurant guests need to be fully vaccinated.  Entry will be refused for guests who are not fully vaccinated. 

 

Christmas Lunch ...

 

Whitby
Monday: 6 December at 12:00 pm

Venue: James Cook Hotel, L17. Register here.

Speaker: Manjit Singh of Interfaith

Jenn Little will entertain us with Christmas music.

Duties Roster: click here.

Book Here

Full Details Here

The James Cook have moved to the Traffic light system. Vaccine certificates scans are required by Whitby's restaurant and all guests need to be fully vaccinated.  Entry will be refused for guests who are not fully vaccinated. 

 

 

Inaugural Rotary Social Enterprise National Awards

Online - 7.30 to 9.30 -Tuesday 7 December. 
Hold the date
We are moving to an online event this year so we can make the Social Enterprise Awards nation wide.

Register here

 

JUMBO TENNIS 2022

Jumbo Tennis is on again in 2022.

Do you want to spend a team afternoon of thrills, chills, tennis and fun all the while raising money for some great charitable causes. Do you have what it takes to be the next Roger Federer? Are you in a hurry to beat Murray and want an arena to be Serena then the Nonsuch PPM Jumbo Tennis Tournament is for you! 

NO REAL TENNIS SKILLS ARE NEEDED! This is all about fun.

Full Details Here

 

Where's Kerry?

Click this link to see where Kerry Prendergast is, and follow her progress through the South Island.

 


Telling our Story of Rotary...

In 2021 we celebrate one hundred years of Rotary in New Zealand and the Pacific.

Mana Tangata - People of Action

Its about the story - your story - your club story - our story - our history of Rotary's achievements in Oceania.

Rotary's 100 years in New Zealand and 85 years in the Pacific are characterised by a remarkable record of endeavour and service. Since the first New Zealand Rotary clubs were founded in Auckland and Wellington, Rotarians have been people of action - enriching and enhancing communities through their commitment to serving others. This richly illustrated and lively history shares the story of Rotary's prolific first century in New Zealand and the Pacific, and looks towards the future and a continuing drive to bring about lasting change. An expansive and engaging read, Mana Tangata: People of Action shines a light on an iconic but perhaps overlooked champion of service above self.

Read more here.

If you would like to purchase a copy, please contact us here.

$60

 
 

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