Rotary Club of Manukau Sunrise Inc
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Meeting Responsibilities
Grace
Leaupepetele, Pelu
 
Speaker Host
Smith, Russell
 
Thanks
Abraham, Brett
 
Thought of the Week
ApifoouFuavao, Vili
 
Club Information
We meet Tuesdays at 07:15 AM
The Cause Cafe, Friendship House
20 Putney Way
Manukau City
Auckland,  2241
New Zealand
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PRESIDENTS REPORT
Well..........next week our President "Promises" to do a bumper report, to make up for not getting this week's one in........
EDITORS REPORT
Well, as you have guessed it, some of us struggling to get back into Rotary jobs......... some reports still missing, but "hopefully" next week a bumper edition.......
 
School is back....yippee....... so getting back to how the term goes with new after school activities for the kids, & most much later in the afternoon, so making things very interesting.
 
A very proud Mummy, as on Friday at assembly, Brayden became a Year 6 Whanau Leader. Our school has 6 Whanau groups, each having 2-3 leaders each year, being year 6's. Brayden is 1 of 2 for his group & he promises not to boss Izzy around........ Then Izzy gets her first school certificate for doing great writing, so a great start for the Jaggs kids.
ARE YOU INTERESTED???????
We will discuss these at our upcoming meeting, but 2 events that might be of interest.........
 
17th March - Sol e Mio
- Playing at the Auckland Town Hall
 
24th March - Scultureum (40 Omaha Flats Rd, Matakana)
Owners Anthony and Sandra Grant have spent ten years creating a destination that is designed to unlock the imagination, fuel creativity and ignite the mind. They have spent many more years collecting the displayed works, which have been brought together for an art experience that is internationally unique. The hundreds of works on display have been chosen to amuse, inspire, and stimulate. Discover why we are one of the most unique Auckland art experiences.
- Cost - Adult $39.00, Seniors $29.00 & Child (6-16) $19.00 They also have family passes.
FLEA MARKET CHANGE OF DATE
Date change for our Otara Flea Market, which gives you an extra week to have the most needed "Spring Clean"
 
New date Sat March 2nd. Kisa will be there at 6am, Leanne at 6.30am, so come along & help with a fun morning. Need your goodies ASAP.
WHAT DID YOU DO THIS HOLIDAY??
So many stories.......what was your one........ Just need ONE photo, & a little bit of blurb, & presto, you will be featured in our bulletin......
 
We have had a HUGE break & some have gone a far, others, just down the road, & some just working. Would love something from EVERYONE please...........This bulletin needs more than just what I make up to fill the gaps........ You will get sick of me sooner than later, so please help........
SPEAKER HELP!!!!
Brett needs everyone's help. If you have any great speakers you know of, please send contact details through to Brett. It makes our meetings to have a great speaker, on top of our usual Rotary business. Don't delay........we need your help now.......
WHAT HUBBY GETS UP TOO.....
Tiger Goes Camping! (got to love the bike has a name.......)
 
OK so not just Tiger, Mike, Dave and brother in law Ant went camping. Adventure Motorcycle style. Form work we shot straight to Coromandel Township for the night. First stop Liquorland for essential supplies then up to the Motorcamp to consume such beverages whilst setting up the tents.
 
Conveniently across the road was a pub with cold beers and pretty good pizza’s whilst the rugby was on. Then retiring back to the campground for more such beverages. Given that they were of the bottle variety rather than cans, it was essential that we save weight by consuming all but the last 2.
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CONFERENCE UPDATE & PRICING

The 2019 District 9920 conference is being he;d at the Napier Conference Centre from 10 - 12 May 2019.

Registrations are open and earlybird registrations (15% discount) will be available until 30 November 2018.  To register for the Conference click here

The costs are:
  • Conference Delegate $345 (earlybird $293.25)
  • Delegate's Partner $235 (earlybird $199.75)
  • Rotaract (conference only - no meals) $170 (earlybird $144.50)


The theme for the conference is Keep Rotary Real.

There are events available outside of the conference - Check out District 9920 Conference 2019 Registration website for more details

HAMBURG ROTARY CONVENTION
The Rotary International Convention is filled with moments of inspiration that you won't want to miss. The 2019 convention takes place 1-5 June in Hamburg, Germany, a bustling, beautiful port city known for its impressive architecture. Enjoy a special welcome to this exciting city at An Evening in Hamburg, a reception hosted by local Rotary members.

Convention brings together thousands of people from around the world to share ideas, learn new skills, and have fun. You'll find moments of inspiration listening to dynamic speakers, attending lively breakout sessions, and exploring the House of Friendship.
 
 
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