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Notice of Meeting October 20
Tonight is a working bee at KCA's new premises 39 Jamaica Drive Grenada  6pm - 8pm
 
There will be painting for some so bring old working clothes, and there will be some stock work for others.
 
KCA has a relationship with Wellington North Rotary, let us show what Tawa Rotary can do
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 - 20 October
From President Richard
 
Our Book Fair has now had two of its planned three weekends, and thanks to Gaylene and her helpers has run during the week as well.  So far sales are well over $7500 (figures just in from Pat minutes ago).  In the uncertainty of this COVID world think that is an excellent result
 
We are still getting books coming in so even if it seems the trays were picked over we will have stocked them back up for the final week end.
The planting that Plimmerton Rotary is working on is on its final run this coming Saturday so if any of you would like to plant trees as a break from the Book Fair, then next Saturday at Plimmerton Domain at around 9:30am (weather permitting).
 
There is also the “End Polio Now” train ride / collection this coming Friday 23rd October, it would be good if we could get some collectors at Tawa station, especially during the commute hours.
Tuesday night we are making good on our offer to help KCA, as a club we said we wanted to help in the community and here is an opportunity.  There is some painting work and some stock work.  It will be as good a night as we choose to make it.
 
I have managed to get our program, events and speakers into Club Runner so they appear on our Website and in the Bulletin, so if you want to see what is happening read the bulletin or go to the website. Our program is also filling up with a lot scheduled between now and the end of the year, there will be something for everybody.
 
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  Richard Herbert and the Club
50th Anniversary              Pat Waite                         Judith Gray
Last Weeks Meeting 13 October 2020
 
I left the meeting in the capable hands of PP Judith while I went off to Christchurch for work.  I haven’t heard how the evening went but am confident all went well, and you enjoyed the evening
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General Notices

Gaylene would like to pass on her thanks to those who put in time at the book fair during the week.   They were Trish Cashman, Ian Munro, Judith Havell, Richard Herbert, Elizabeth Sutton and special thanks to Francis Burrus who not only helped in her specialised subject (childrens section) but she has made multiple trips to trash palace with throw out books right through the week
We made $380.00 and wish to continue this coming week with hours put on Facebook
 
And from Pat (earlier)
Thank you all for your help today with the Book Fair. It was a busy time. Our takings for Saturday were $2050. This adds to $380 that Gaylene and others who helped opening each day during the week.  I have booked radio adverts from Wednesday for next week promoting a special clearance sale over Labour weekend. I will let you know details closer to the time.
 
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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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Oct 20, 2020 6:00 PM
Painting and Packing. A chance to help our Community Organisations
Oct 27, 2020 6:00 PM
Nov 03, 2020
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Upcoming Events
Book Fair
Beanstalk
Oct 24, 2020 8:00 AM –
Oct 26, 2020
 
Stuff the Trailer
Nov 28, 2020
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
 
Polio Fundraiser Movie "I am Women"
Nov 29, 2020 6:00 PM
 
Tawa Community Christmas Party
Dec 12, 2020 2:00 PM
 
Club Christmas Party
Dec 15, 2020
 
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20 October 2020
 
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