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Rotary Club of Papakura 
2019-2020 

3 June 2020, Issue 40

 
And we are back!!!
 
 
Papakura Rotary meetings are back! We are booked for dinner at the RSA and we look forward to seeing you all in person tomorrow night!!
A day in the life ...
A big thanks to President Grant for the vocational visit last week and a personal look into the Forestry industry. The feedback was that members really enjoyed the visit and were struck with the size of the operation. "Very impressive" was a comment made more than once!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Leadership Elect Training
 
District 9920 Leadership Elect Development (LED) - On-Line Learning sessions are here!!
June 7 & 14 2020 1-4pm
 
COVID-19 has impacted our lives and the way we work together to achieve our goals. Rotary District 9920 Learning and Development team are determined to embrace the present opportunities and overcome challenges of COVID-19. We are looking to a future where we can continue to deliver learnings for incoming club/district leaders, Rotaractors, and Rotarians, to enable you to fulfil your upcoming roles successfully.
 
DGE Craig has asked to have District and Club Leaders Elect, as well as Rotarian's coming into roles for their club in the 2020/21 Rotary year, be provided with a range of Learning and Development on-line sessions presented by a great team of experienced and knowledgeable Rotary District leaders. These learning sessions will be presented over two Sunday afternoons in June starting June 7 & 14, 1-4pm 
 
How do you access the scheduled program of presentations to register your attendance? 
Go To the District 9920 Website - Home Page https://rotarydistrict9920.org/ and find the Learning and Development page on the menu under 'For Rotarians', or click on this direct link - https://rotarydistrict9920.org/page/leadership-elect-development-june-2020/
Papakura Rotary - through the years
Papakura Rotary Year 40  1987 – 88  President Graham Hall  (Auto Tuning)
 
1987 and Graham Hall was faced with raising $14,800 as our share of the world wide Polio Plus program.
 
It was suggested that the Club purchase a section in the Pahurehure Estate and build a house for sale to raise the funds. It was an ambitious project and so it was that on the 13th August 1987 the club voted on the following resolution “That the Club support the building of the house to raise funds for the Polio Plus Project”. Moved by Jim Innes and seconded by Neil Ritchie the motion was enthusiastically endorsed.
 
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Last laugh ...
Meeting:
 
Thursday 9th July 2020
Papakura RSA
5.30pm for Dinner at 6pm
Meeting at 6.45pm
 
Meeting Responsibilities
 
Duty Committee: Fellowship
Attendance: Robin Matheson
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