Bill Gates will speak at this year's Rotary International Convention.
Often described as a “mini-United Nations”, Rotary’s third convention in Atlanta will transform the Georgia World Congress Center into a cultural kaleidoscope as the organization’s global network of volunteers gather to exchange ideas on how to improve lives and bring positive, lasting change to communities around the world.
The club has booked Theatre HB, corner of Hastings and Alexandra Streets, Hastings for our latest community fundraiser.
We have an evening show, Tuesday 28 March and we have 150 tickets to sell. Please help us sell all of the tickets by bring your friends and family.
Tickets $35.00 a seat booked from Lynne Trafford; email@example.com 8356336 021302261
Contact Lynne for booking and payment details. Thank you.
One of our teardrop banners ‘0800 4 Rotary NZ Rotarians Working 4 U’ has been mislaid.
I have contacted the Plimmerton Club where we purchased them 3 years ago, but they no longer have stocks.
I was wondering if you would be able to put a request in the District Newsletter asking if any club had surplus & would be willing to sell us one? Would that be possible?
Our contact details are - Laurel Penny
1 Rangaroa Rd
027 438 9985
In the first month of my exchange in Denmark I have experienced extremely cold weather.
It has snowed twice in the time that I’ve been here already and I’ve concluded that I don’t like it very much.
I don’t believe it has gotten much warmer than 10°C. Despite this I am still very much enjoying my new life here.
In the very first week, my host family took me to Copenhagen.
It was a wonderful city, unlike anything I had preconceived. We visited the iconic Little Mermaid statue, who truly is little.
Briefly: the students are younger – aged 13.5 to 16 on January 1st of the year of participation. The exchange is shorter – the students spend 6 months together - 3 months with each family.