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6.00 pm:  Social 1/2 hour 
6.30 pm: Start
 Edgewater Hotel
54 Sargood Drive, Wanaka
 
Casual Catch up for ALL members

5pm - 6pm

EVERY TUESDAY just before

the Weekly Rotary Meeting

 

For apologies for one or multiple
meetings or if bringing a
guest follow this link:
 
 
(All apologies and guest notifications
to be completed by 5pm Monday)
 
In an EMERGENCY Contact
President Richard Wallace
 027 2345 594

 

 

 

 
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February 1
 
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February 3
 
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February 4
 
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February 9
 
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February 18
 
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February 24
 
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Heads Up - Duck Race - replanned for 5th February
Feb 05, 2022
 
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Ron Horner
Mob: 022 393 2140

Email:hr.horner@gmail.com
 
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if you know of any club member
requiring pastoral care due to
illness or family bereavement
-  or just a helping hand
from the club. 


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Presidents Report  September 21st, 2021
 
President’s ramblings. 

Yahoo!! We are back in business – well almost!
 
As of next week – the 28th September – we will be able to reconvene for our meetings at Edgewater, thanks to the (slight) slackening of the rules around Level 2, so that up to 100 people can meet at the same time.
However, we need to follow due process to ensure our continued presence at Edgewater, and get our meetings underway in a seamless manner. So -

All members when entering the premises will need to wear a mask, they are able to remove this once seated.

All members are to sign in either manually or scanning the QR code.

Dinner service may be seated and plated up instead of buffet style.

We may need to put a private bar in the pavilion also so there is no queue in the main bar area.

In order for the reduced staff numbers to cope with our meeting, confirmed numbers and dietary requirements need to be in prior to Tuesday - Friday would be perfect.

Please be mindful of these requests – they are there so that we can continue with our meetings – and I am sure that, like me, you have been missing the connections and camaraderie that comes with belonging to Rotary.

Talking of which, George Scott has invited Graeme Gale from the Otago Rescue Helicopter Trust to come and receive the (virtual!) cheque from the Winter Crop Competition, as the in’s are in, and the out’s are out, leaving a very sizeable amount to distribute. Keep an eye out for the date – and if numbers allow, we should make this a partners night as well to celebrate the conclusion of a fantastic effort.
 
Other things on the horizon that need your attention:
The annual trip to Tititea is on the 9th and 10th of October – always good fun and
we get a lot done too, which is very satisfying. John Milburn has put the list out
calling for volunteers so get your name down – NOW!!
 
The Annual Duck Race is at Labour weekend – Saturday 23rd October to be precise. There will be tickets and Corporate ducks to sell, and all help will be appreciated. Have another look at the video – it is an absolute quacker!! (sorry, I couldn’t resist that one!)
 
https://vimeo.com/606122579/ff94ef67f0

On the 26th October we are again helping with the Keep NZ Beautiful road clean
up from 3-5pm – a great way to improve the look of our town for very little effort, and a bit of socializing afterwards to unwind. Again, John has put out the volunteers sign-up list, so do it while you remember!
 
There are other fundraising events coming up too – a book sale at New Year; the Gibbston Valley Concert – moved to 26th March because of you-know-what; Warbirds, which is at Easter next year; The Winter Crop Competition. Plenty to get our teeth into!
Right, enough from me – please get apologies in for next week by Friday, but I
look forward to seeing as many as possible to get things underway again and
relieve some of the boredom of the last few weeks.
 
Pres. Rich.
 
 
A further Note from Community Projects Director John, on upcoming events
 
TITITEA LODGE WORKING BEE

Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th October . Painting , cleaning , cooking ,firewood and few other tasks but mainly having fun . A sign up list has been circulated so please complete this if you wish to go . Friends / family welcome and details of transport arrangements etc. will be sorted closer to departure .

KEEP NZ BEAUTIFUL ROAD CLEANUP

Tuesday 26 October 3pm to 5.30pm . Meet at Pembroke Pavilion ( Upper Clutha Rugby Clubrooms ) . To be followed by drinks / tucker / fellowship at the Speights Alehouse . A sign up list has bee circulated so please complete this if you wish to participate . Friends / family welcome .

Thanks and kind regards
John
                                                                     
                                                                       
 
CLUB DUTIES

 

            September October November

 

       

Attendance 

John McLean Eion Rutherford
   Fran Tate                     

Introduction

Tony Brown George Scott Christopher Tempest

Raffle

MJ Moffat Colin Sharp Hannah Walker

Thanks

Mark Pittaway Ian Shore Mathew Abraham

Meet & Greet & Photography

Noelene Pullar Graeme Smart     Chris Wright                          

 

Meeting Etiquette.
  •  Check if you have a duty to do, and if you are unable to do your duty it is your duty to find someone else to do it for you and to inform the President  of any changes.
  • Please when going to get your meal please be aware that there are people behind you and if you take a very large helping others may miss out. It may be you who misses out next week. 
  • At the end of meeting please help the staff at the Wanaka District Club by returning glasses to the bar and plates to the kitchen. Please stand when being fined or addressing the speaker
  • Please stand when being fined or addressing the speaker
  • Inform the President   prior to the meeting if you wish to address the meeting or if you wish to leave early.