We are just on a quarter way through the current Rotary year and it’s great to see the progress of many club leadership teams in striving to meet their goals for the year.
Entertainment will include a full programme of Harness Racing. We will also have the usual auctions, including the auction of passenger places in the Tandem Sulky Race and a silent auction all aimed at raising funds for our charities on the night, Thursday 17 November – Cambridge Harness Raceway.
We will circulate a reservation / attendance form next week. Please also give some thought to items for our auction you would be able to offer or sponsor. We will have another list on Thursday to help capture your support.
John Bishop on behalf of the committee.
Our Vision To grow as a vibrant and professional group of diverse, supportive members who make a positive difference by supporting the community.
Mahoenui Giant Weta (Deinacrida mahoenui) In 1962 a population of giant weta were discovered in remnant populations of tawa forest at Mahoenui in the southern King Country. It was assumed that the weta only occurred in these remnant (1 to 5 hectare) forest patches until further study in 1987 revealed greater numbers of weta on farmland reverting to gorse.
The Lady Killers are the headline act for the Rotary 2017 Concert by the Lake. on Sunday, February 19, 2017.
The concert, which is preparing for the third year, boasts three well-known and entertaining music acts.
New Zealand female band Lady Killers, including Tina Cross, Suzanne Lynch and Jackie Clarke will join funky jazz band Too Many Chiefs and Concert by the Lake regular, talented Waikato musician Jamie McDell.
Tina Cross, Jackie Clarke and Suzanne Lynch make up The Lady Killers who are performing at the Concert by the Lake.
Early August I changed into my second host family which was almost like starting all over again, minus the language barrier. I’m really thankful to only have two families this year because I now understand how difficult it can be to adjust. My new family is completely different from everything I’d experienced but that’s definitely not a bad thing.