[See below for Upcoming events, Duties]
- Note for your diaries
- Show - Register for 'Breaking up is hard to do'
- Foster Hope Appeal
- District news
- Rotary International Convention 2018
- Challenge: 1.2 million trees
Movie Fundraiser 5 June 2018
We have a movie fundraiser evening planned for Tuesday 5th June. An opportunity to invite family and friends for a fun evening out. 6pm screening at The Lighthouse Pauatahanui. So please try and arrive by 5.45 to allow for seating on time. Tickets are $20pp. Please register here or let Richard Herbert know of number of tickets required.
Note for your diaries
Thanks to President Richard Herbert who has published what's coming up in his weekly news. See more>
Show – Breaking Up is Hard to Do
Register interest now!
Tentative booking for the whole theatre for the Friday night - 10 August. We can have drinks and nibbles first, and they can even start a little earlier if we wanted to.
As noted previously, while it’s some time away, we do need to gauge interest now, so we can secure the theatre for 10 August.
Please register interest with Elizabeth Sutton.
Foster Hope appeal
Slippers and pyjamas are sought for children - Foster Hope Charitable Trust as the cooler months approach.
Tawa Rotary has been actively collecting for children supported by Foster Hope Charitable Trust.
June Matthews, Foster Hope Charitable Trust notes that the appeal was so successful last winter and has continued with summer pyjama drive.
"I would love for the pyjama drive to kick off again with your help, and I have been thinking, what if we included slippers and pyjamas in it this year too? We had a few donated along the way and there were a few cases that received these and were absolutely chuffed! I think it would be good (and important) to keep the focus on the pyjamas, but I think there are a few families, especially the Grandparents Raising Grandchildren that would also really appreciate the extras too.
I’ve been thinking about your other offer too, what if we met up one night to make up toiletry bags? We could get a few people along, and I could bring the toiletries to be packed up, and the toilet bags, and everyone could have lists of the ages they were making up? It makes the pack making days so much easier when we can just slip a toilet bag already filled in and is probably easier to do offsite."
Rotary International Convention 2018
RI President Ian Riseley has invited Rotarians to attend the 2018 Rotary International Convention, Toronto 23-27 June 2018. PDG Martin Garcia is leading the push encouraging people from District 9940 to attend. Rotary International Convention, 23-27 June 2018 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. This Convention is sure to be the most inspiring convention yet with an impressive turnout from Australia and New Zealand.... Here are some ways you can support: Lead by example and register if you haven’t already! Visit the RotaryDownUnder Facebook page and the Rotary International and HOC websites where you’ll find helpful information.
Challenge: 1.2 million trees
District Governor Mitchell Brown emphasised at yesterday’s District Board meeting meeting the challenge by Rotary International president Ian Riseley for Rotarians to plan 1.2 million trees – one for every Rotarian in the world by Earth Day 22 April 2018. Ian Riseley says planting trees shows long-term commitment to the community. See: https://www.rotary.org/en/riseley-says-trees-show-commitment
For the 2017/18 Longview Roster, see more.
- Introducer*: the rostered member introducing the speaker is asked to email a brief written summary of the talk by Friday that week. Email to Laura Sommer.
- Please arrange a substitute if unable to attend or you have to leave early.
Important for catering: please register guest attendance and apologies for non-attendance on to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- PLEASE let Judith Gray know if you cannot do your duty (0274 406098) or email@example.com
Tuesday 26th June
Tuesday 3rd July
Tuesday 10th July
Working Bee Book Fair
Tuesday 17th July
Denise Garcia - Vision for next 12 months
|Greetings, attendance and raffle||Steven Pettigrew/Chris Black|
|Setting up||Karen Searle/Tom Humphries|
|Predinner toast/ & Parting Thought||John Melville|
|Speaker Introduction*/Host:||Andrew Watson|
|Speaker thanks||Judith Gray|
|3 minute talk||Des O'Sullivan|
|Long View Roster|
For earlier bulletin notices of our meetings, refer to Club Meeting Reports.
“Whether we’re building a new playground or a new school, improving medical care or sanitation, training conflict mediators or midwives, we know that the work we do will change people’s lives — in ways large and small — for the better.” Ian Riseley, Rotary International President 2017-18.