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Plimmerton Rotary Weekly Update

Tuesday 4 October 2016

The Speaker said ...

David Pine's story, Electric Shock, can be found here. Sigurd Magnusson's talk challenged the thinking of many members who gathered round him afterwards to learn more. 'The world is on the brink of a transport revolution, with electrically powered vehicles likely to dominate the landscape in a very short time', he said.

Allan Smith, Chair of Mana NZ Special Olympics, with athlete Gary Allbright, accepted a donation from the club. You can read what he had to say here.

This week's happenings

Our Porirua
The September Our Porirua E-Newsletter has been sent out with lots of information about our own club and what's been happening in our community. If you're not on the mailing list, and would like to be, let Wendy know. 

Can you help Maisy?
With only three months to go before Maisy sets off on her Global Development Tour she is still seeking sponsorship. Can you help, perhaps by going to the Nigel Kennedy event in Porirua this Saturday? You can read about her exciting tour here.  global_development_tour_2017

The DG's health is in safe hands
A small group gathered at Whitby Mall on Saturday to check on the blood pressure for over a hundred people. You can see who came for a check up here.

 

 

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The Speaker said ...

David Pine's story, Electric Shock, can be found here. Sigurd Magnusson's talk challenged the thinking of many members who gathered round him afterwards to learn more. 'The world is on the brink of a transport revolution, with electrically powered vehicles likely to dominate the landscape in a very short time', he said.

 

 

 

 
 
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