Rotary Club of
Botany East Tamaki
 
BOTANY EAST TAMAKI TIMES
Issue 31 Volume 53                      27th May 2019
President Bob Donovan
Secretary Mike Jaggs
Treasurer Richard Thorpe
Imm.Past Pres.
Stuart Welm
Pres. Elect
Dave Hawke
Future Rotarian
TBC
SPEAKERS & ACTIVITIES
 
 
 
3 June: No meeting for Queens Birthday Weekend
 
14 June (fri): Men In Black Movie Night for ERK's @ Monterey Theartre $25. 

Please contact Nick Loseby (nick.loseby@gmail.com) for tickets

 
6th July (Sat) 5:30 - 8:00pm
District Changeover
Remuera Golf Club
 
From Mike the EDITOR
 
The Editor missed this weeks meeting due to having to work late, very late ... but this did have an upside as the next 2 days were spent at corporate training at Kokako Lodge.
 
I'm please to share that our contributions are standing up well to the wear and tear of thousands of camp participants over the years
 
The
Ed
This Weeks MINION OPINION
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May 30, 2019
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President's Message
This Meeting we discussed the Club involvement with the two schools that we help namely Ormiston College and Ferguson Intermediate.
At Ormiston College we have a very active Interact Club and will be involving them in some projects and us in theirs as they evolve. Through Dave we have been invited to have a stand promoting Rotary at a school function for Parents on Wednesday evening. For Ferguson Intermediate we have connected again for the end of year prize giving for the top 2 students.
 
We looked at the Rotary Club experience program and will do further work with this helpful method in the future as we progress.
 
Sadly at the meeting Wendy Paton resigned due to relocating to Albany where she has purchased a new home. We will miss her for her wisdom and thank her for her support over the years.
 
 
Bob
News Brief
 
Some facts to chew over:
 
Rotary: Born in 1905
Members 2019: 1.2m
Clubs:  33,000
 
Lions: Born in 1917
Members 2019: 1.4m
Clubs:  47,000
 
 
 
 
Both based in Illinois, USA
 
Lions International Office to Rotary International Office
 
40.5   Kilometers
41      Minutes by Car
2hrs 6min by Train & Bus
Kokako Lodge. Skylights and Tarmac in good condition
And it rained cats and dogs at times
Mike & Hunua Falls
Stories
RIPE Mark Maloney's Priorities
From Rotarynewsonline.com
 
Incoming RI President Mark Maloney has four distinct priorities which he spells out clearly
His first priority is to grow Rotary “by supporting our existing clubs and also growing new clubs with a different attitude, not necessarily in a new community.” He says often people are very happy that Rotary is doing so great in their community. “Sure, it is doing great but there are so many other segments of society that are not included. We have to get those.”
His second priority is to make Rotary more family-friendly. “That’s the way Gay and I have lived Rotary from the very start. I was 31 when I was club president, and at 34 became district governor. We just took our daughters along with us. We have three daughters, two biological, but in the last five years we have acquired a third daughter, a young woman, who due to a tragedy in her family has become a part of our family.”
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