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Newsletter September 2021

We have had another busy month and are hoping to be able to hold our meeting in September.  Our speaker for August was Susanne Hindley from Days for Girls and some members went to the Rotary Primary School Leadership Awards.  We have had a morning tea for new members, collected jammies for the Wellington Children's Hospital, and had a "Brew in your Bubble" where our President Michelle Atkins invited us all to a zoom meeting on 1 September traditionally Inner Wheel Walk and Talk Day. September_Newsletter 

Newsletter August 2021

Lots of news in the August newsletter - a Facebook message from our National President Michelle Atkins and an invite to Whitby's 50th Anniversary; information about fundraising for Days for Girls and also the Spring Charity Ball to raise funds for a local milk bank.  Pink Ribbon lunch is coming up at the end of the month. August_Newsletter 

Newsletter July 2021

Another busy month with our own Changeover and then the District Changeover.  We had fun at the Expo raising the profile of Inner wheel and there is news from our new International President. July_Newsletter 

Pink First: Stronger Women - Stronger World

This is the International Inner Wheel theme this year. The new President for 202-2022 is Anne-Marie Garrett and you can read a little about her background here.

Newsletter June 2021

We have had another busy month, helping with the Life Flight Trust Chopper Appeal, visiting the museum, and holding a movie fundraiser for Ovarian Cancer. We donated money raised from selling the Entertainment Book to the Wellington Free Ambulance and inducted four new members. There was, of course, the Conference in Queenstown which we all enjoyed. Keep reading >>

Newsletter May 2021

This month several members went to Fielding to the District Meeting on 10 April. A great day of fun, friendship, and brainstorming. The following weekend members joined Easter Hutt Club to celebrate their 41st Anniversary. We helped with the Red Puppy Day Appeal and the Parkinson's Appeal and also donated money to the Life Flight Trust. The Indoor Bowls evening with the Tawa Club was a real fun night.  Keep reading >>

Newsletter April 2021

We've had another busy month. Several members went on a guided tour of the Karori Cemetery which was really interesting, and a group went to the Wairarapa for a golf/shopping trip. Several of our ladies helped with the Red Puppy appeal and the Women's Refuge and Hospital received Gift Care Packs. We also inducted a new member in March. Keep reading >>

Newsletter March 2021

We had a busy March. Several members went to see the WOW Exhibition in Te Papa and we also had a lovely day trip to Eastbourne on the East-West Ferry. The Bookfair café went well and we raised a large amount of money for the Life Flight Trust. Keep reading >>

Newsletter February 2021

We celebrated International Inner Wheel Day this month. Keep reading >>

Newsletter January 2021

We had a lovely Christmas party and helped with wrapping presents in the North City Plaza. Keep reading >>

Newsletter December 2020

We have had a busy month collecting bra's for Zonta which go to the women in Arohata prison. The speaker was from the Salvation Army about the Good Shoppe and visiting the Nairn Street Cottage in Wellington. The District Meeting went well with a great collection of toys for the "Kits for Kindy" - kindergarten in Vanuatu. We also inducted a new member. Keep reading >>

Newsletter November 2020

We have had another busy month. Outings to Te Papa and Walk and Talk with the South Wairarapa ladies. We held our annual WOW evening last meeting which made for lots of fun and laughter. We have some very talented ladies who came up with some great ideas. A team of members also spent a day at the Love Local Expo promoting Inner Wheel. Keep reading >>

Newsletter October 2020

We have had another busy month helping Mary Potter Hospice with their Street Collection and Rotary with the planting of the trees. An article about Days for Girls is very interesting, a new member inducted and information about our new District Project, 'Kits for Kindys'. Keep reading >>

Newsletter September 2020

We have had another very busy month. We held a Pink Ribbon Lunch and raised a large amount of money for Breast Cancer. The ladies have been busy making silky pillows and wheat packs for the Cancer Society and we also collected on Daffodil Day. Neonatal knitters have been hard at it and many ladies produced masks for the unit for visitors. Keep reading >>

Newsletter August 2020

We've had a busy month. Firstly we were finally able to have the Changeover which was a great night. The following weekend we hosted the District Meeting. A great day of fun and friendship as all the business side of things had been done on-line before the end of June. Keep reading >>

Newsletter July 2020

We enjoyed being able to get together and finally have a meeting after the lockdown. It was so good to see people face to face. The National Changeover took place in Wellington at the end of June and Dot Anderson-Lee is now our National President. Keep reading >>

Lead the Change

This is the International Inner Wheel theme this year. The new President for 2020-2021 is Brenda Callear and you can read a little about her background here.

Newsletter June 2020

Dinner meetings, book and craft clubs are active again. Changeover plans have been pushed forward a month to ensure we can celebrate together. Keep reading >>

Newsletter May 2020

We had a lovely message from our International Inner Wheel President who has been sending messages throughout the lockdown. Our new banner is also on display.  Keep reading >>

Newsletter April 2020

We're very fortunate to have celebrated our 30th anniversary with a dinner at Judgeford Golf Club on 17 March. Many members are now in lockdown but have managed to keep themselves busy and, with Julia's help, have visited some wonderful places on line. Keep reading >>

Newsletter February 2020

Holidays were a chance to socialise with Pizza and Plonk and then the Mana Island guided tour, where we saw the (concrete) gannet colony where freshly painted gannets wait for mates from across the Tasman?  Keep reading >>

Newsletter December 2019

We approached the end of the year with some urgency to complete projects. Wheat packs were sewed and delivered, the Angel Tree presents for prisoners' children were purchased and wrapped. We even found time for a day's outing for shopping and enjoying a member's spectacularly decorated Christmas trees and home.  Keep reading >>

District Magazine November 2019

With Brenda Callear as the Newsletter Editor for District NZ294, and Carol Woodfield as the District Chairman, Plimmerton Inner Wheel are well represented in the District this year. Brenda has sent the November Magazine which, as usual, makes interesting reading. Keep reading >>

Newsletter November 2019

It was a busy month focusing on completing neonatal rugs from donated Peggy squares, sewing Silky Pillows to help patients after surgery for Breast cancer, and supporting the Bras and Nickers collection for Arohata prison.  Keep reading >>

Newsletter October 2019

We had a fascinating time visiting Stonehenge Aotearoa with the South Wairarapa club, learning about celestial navigation, astronomy and astrology - a highly recommend excursion. Many members attended the Wearable Arts Show in Wellington, supporting the Neonatal Trust, and then showcased their own efforts at the club night - what fun.  

Newsletter September 2019

We presented the proceeds from our Movie fundraiser to 'Look Good Feel Better' and were invited to observe the start of their classes where beauticians work with the women to help them feel their best during their cancer treatments. The Whitby Days for Girls team provided an informative evening on their role to help girls around the world.  Keep reading >>

Newsletter August 2019

Our movie fundraiser for 'Look Good, Feel Better' (LGFB) was highly successful. Also, our speaker last month was truly amazing! Majed spoke from the heart and shared her experience of fleeing from Syria.  August_Newsletter 

Together We Can

This is the International Inner Wheel theme this year. Yvonne Thomson is looking forward to her year as President and feels confident as Plimmerton Inner Wheel is thriving with a healthy membership of 63.

District Magazine June 2019

Plimmerton Inner Wheel is well represented In Inner Wheel circles, with Meryll Evans as the New Zealand Inner Wheel publicist, Carol Woodfield as the Chairman of District 294 (with thirteen clubs from New Plymouth and the Wairarapa to Wellington) and Brenda Callear as the District Editor.  District_Magazine_June_2019 

Newsletter June 2019

The last newsletter for this Rotary year and what a pictorial feast it is.  June_Newsletter 

Newsletter May 2019

It's been another busy month for Plimmerton Inner Wheelers. Check out the two important events coming up.  May_Newsletter 

Newsletter April 2019

A great result from the Inner Wheel Book Fair Café in support of Life Flight Trust Wellington. $1,505.55 raised thanks to the generous contributions from members. And the outings this month were great fun too as can be seen from the photos!  April_Newsletter 

Newsletter March 2019

We're planning a fun outing to the Wairarapa and are accepting an invitation from the Inner Wheel of Tawa to a 'Women's Expo event' with the proceeds going to 'Look Good Feel Better'.   March_Newsletter 

Newsletter February 2019

Whatever else is contained in this month's newsletter, and there's plenty to read about,the poem at the very beginning says it all.  February_Newsletter 

Newsletter December 2018

We had a wonderful outing to Akatarawa for a concert and BBQ and we're looking forward to our Christmas meeting. Check out Michael Moore's painting on Trade Me and help us to raise funds for KaraHands.  December_Newsletter 

Newsletter November 2018

We are very grateful to Plimmerton Rotary for sharing the Pop-Up-Shop with us. It is a successful enterprise.  November_Newsletter  

Newsletter October 2018

How appropriate was our theme - Empower and Evolve – in relation to our speakers Kim and Rebecca from WELLfed. Two young women extremely passionate about their desire to help other women and, as a result, our Pop-up-Shop proceeds will be shared with WELLfed and Virtuoso Strings.  October_Newsletter 

Newsletter September 2018

Their next event coming up is the visit to the WOW rehearsal on 26 September. If you want to go out to dinner first, details are in this newsletter.  September_Newsletter 

Newsletter August 2018

A club in very good heart with a long list of activities and events in the pipeline.  August_Newsletter 

Newsletter July 2018

A celebration of Changeover, lots of events coming up in July, and a list of the new committee and their responsibilities.  July_Newsletter 

Going from strength to strength

Incoming President, Janet Reidy, says the Inner Wheel club is in excellent heart with a membership of 65 and a waiting list of prospective members.

District NZ294 Magazine for June 2018

With Plimmerton Inner Wheel member now responsible for the District Newsletter, here is Brenda Callear's first edition.  District_NZ294_June

 

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