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Committee night 18 February 2014



An opportunity has arisen for Club members, family & friends to take a trip to Mana Island at no cost. Friday 21 February. 16 places available. Contact Brian Paget urgently –

Return Polio Money Boxes at next Club meeting

A Pathway Working Bee will happen at Ration Point on Saturday 15 March, 9.30 – 12.30.  More details and info nearer the time.

The next stage of Pathway construction is under way and an Opening Ceremony will occur in late March with the function to be held at the Lighthouse in Pauatahanui.

The annual visit to Whitby Bowling Club is on Tuesday 18 March.  Les Austing has everything ready for the demon bowlers from the club and will be on hand to offer guidance where needed.

MaikeOur Exchange Student, Maike, eloquently thanked the Club members for their hospitality to her parents when they were here in Wellington last week.  They attended Inner Wheel’s  very successful Wild Sunday and it was a delight to meet them.


JennyIt is still not too late to register for District Conference in  Foxton in March. The cut-off date is 1 March. The Tee-shirts featured will be worn by attendees when doing community work at the Conference. 

 LETS will be held at Conference on Sunday 23 March - for incoming Board and other members interested in attending. 

 President Elect Chris Garrett's Board for 2014-15 is: Secretary - David Pine, Treasurer - Bruce Couch, Sergeant - Peter Cox, Club Service - Bob Austin, Foundation - Nick Walmsley, Membership - Don Johnston, Communications - Phil Currie, Projects - Mike Scott, Youth - Terrie Turner.

 Martinborough House Sauvignon Blanc – there is now just one carton (of Tongariro12 bottles ) remaining at $170.00 per carton. Contact President Ron and Jenny 234 7657. The proceeds of the sale of this wine adds to our Rotary International contribution. 

Easter 2014 at Ruapehu. A lovely long weekend away with the opportunity of bringing along some grand-children. Contact Peter Lillico  -  ph 233 1281 or email  

Irrawaddy RiverGwyn and Wendy Akeroyd visited Burma recently and his colourful presentation to the Club on 'Up The Creek in Burma' documented their cruise up the Irrawaddy River.

For activity on our website  Our Blog makes interesting reading, so click here

Committee night 18 February 2014

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