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Notice of Meeting September 22
Tonight is the Visit of our District Governor Gillian Jones
Weekly Rosters and Duties
Please register guest attendance and apologies for non-attendance by 8pm on Sunday evening  to:   tawa.rotaryapologies@gmail.com,
or you can TXT before midday Monday please text to Malcolm Andrews 027 472 9837
 
Do you have job? Please check if you're on duty (list below) and arrange a substitute if you're unable to attend.
Any queries about meetings and duty rosters, please contact Malcolm Andrews 027 472 9837 or email:  ml.andrews@xtra.co.nz

 
So what do I do when I have club duty? 
This reminder will help:

Set-up: Try to be there at 5.30 and help get the room ready for meeting 
Greeters: Please arrive by 5.30 to meet and greet members and visitors. Fill in Visitors badges and direct them to a member to host them if possible. Sell raffle tickets.
Starting & Parting Thought: Be ready to go at 6.10
3 Minute Talk: Prepare something of interest, or entertaining. Or both.
Introduction & Thanks: Do some research prior to the evening. Be there by 5.45 if possible to greet guest speaker. You are their host for the evening. Perhaps offer to buy them a drink. Introduce them to members. Host them at dinner. 
Sergeant: Prepare a session that will extract money from members through fines or other means.
 
 
 
 
Presidents Piece - 22 September
From President Richard
Presidents Piece 22 September
This week we have our District Governor Gillian Jones visiting us. Our Governors visit each club during the Rotary year, something I imagine has been made more difficult with some of the COVID-19 limitations.
 
I was pleased to see a good degree of engagement with the committee planning session last week, and from what I saw and heard there are definitely some great opportunities on their way.
It was also good to get the books moved over to Bean Stalk on Saturday, a Book Fair now is a reality rather than a planning exercise.  Its time is not done, I posted some photos of the books stacked in the rooms at Bean Stalk and have had several my Face Book Friends wanting to know when and where as well as offer books.  So yes, this may have had a troubled birth, but it looks like it is off life support and doing nicely.
 
I understand the Plimmerton Planting is coming up in just over a week, I will confirm times and dates and hopefully we can give Plimmerton Rotary a good deal of support.
 
Let us do Rotary together.
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Office Holders & Responsibilities 2020/21
Committees
 
Club Service                    Malcolm Andrews           Karyn Meade
Foundation                      Lynda Shepherd               Richard Herbert           
Membership                    Denise Garcia                  With Tony Heyward
Youth                              Louise Munro                  Robyn Peterson
Community                     Judith Gray
Vocational                        Pat Waite                         Judith Gray
Public Image                    Ian Munro          (non board director)
Fundraising                      Elizabeth Sutton               Robyn Peterson
Book Fair                          Pat Waite (for project kick off, needs a separate committee)
50th Anniversary              Pat Waite                         Judith Gray
 
Some directors currently have more than one area of responsibility so it will be necessary for members to get in behind them in the committees to make this work.  I have asked every one where their area of interest or passion is so you should be able to get involved with something that “Spins your Wheels”
Last Weeks Meeting 8 September 2020
 
Committee meetings
 
Last week was our first committee meetings for the year.  It was good to hear some of the things being discussed.  Denise gave a very good Presentation on Membership (well done).  Remember it is up to all of us, if Rotary means something to us should we not share it.
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General Notices
 
ROTARY CLUB OF TAWA
 
 
Tuesday 6 October
(Delayed by COVID-19)
 
The Borough, Tawa   7 pm – 9 pm
 
 
Cost:   $12 per person (make up your team of 6-8 people)
 
Fun evening, great prizes
including $50 voucher from The Borough.
 
Amazing raffle prizes - $2 a ticket, 3 for $5.
 
 
Proceeds to assist community projects in Tawa
 
 
Tickets:   Contact Elizabeth  -  elizabethsutton49@gmail.com
 
 
 
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Club Information
The Rotary Club of Tawa has been helping local and overseas communities since 1969.
Tuesdays at 6:15 PM
Tawa Bowling Club
Grasslees Reserve
Davies Street
Tawa,
New Zealand
Phone:
0274 998 885
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Sep 22, 2020
District Governor
Sep 29, 2020
Getting Ready for Opening Day
Oct 06, 2020 6:00 PM
Our Tawa Rotary Quiz at the Borough
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Meeting Duty Roster
22 September 2020
 
Set Up
Searle, Karen
 
Set Up
Andrews, Malcolm
 
Greeter and Raffle
Pettigrew, Steve
 
Greeter and Raffle
Peterson, Robyn
 
Speaker Host, Introducer & Thanks
Waite, Pat
 
Starting & Parting Thought
Gray, Judith
 
Sergeant
Garcia, Martin
 
Photos
Hutchinson, Richard
 
29 September 2020
 
Set Up
Searle, Karen
 
Set Up
Andrews, Malcolm
 
Greeter & Raffle
Pettigrew, Steve
 
Greeter & Raffle
 
Speaker Host, Introducer & Thanks
 
Starting & Parting Thought
 
Sergeant
 
Photos
 
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ABOUT Rotary Tawa

Our club members are dedicated people who share a passion for both community service and friendship. Becoming a Rotarian connects you with a diverse group of professionals who share your drive to give back.

 

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