Speaker Date Topic
ACG Strathallan Student Feb 21, 2019
The Science and Technology Forum
Samantha Jung-Fielding Mar 14, 2019
How to Break Any Habit

Have you ever tried to change a habit? It’s incredibly frustrating to watch others succeed at breaking their worst habits when you seem to constantly fail at the first hurdle. In fact, there are just five key steps when changing any habit, and you can learn them all when behaviour specialist Samantha Jung-Fielding from Happinessence Ltd visits the Rotary Club of Papakura.  She’ll explain exactly how to get the new year off to the best possible start, and help you eradicate any of those old habits that no longer serve you!

DG Ingrid Waugh Mar 21, 2019
RYPEN Participants Apr 11, 2019
RYPEN

The RYPEN weekend is designed to promote: teamwrok and participation: friendship and social interaction, integrity, repsect for other people and their cultures, accountability, empowerment and leadership.  

Students from Papakura High and ACG Strathallan  will share their experiences from the recent RYPEN Camp at Kokako Lodge in Hunua.

ANZAC DAY - No Meeting Apr 25, 2019
ACG Strathallan May 23, 2019
Model United Nations Assembly

Students from ACG Strathallan recently attended MUNA - tonight they share with us their experince at the Forum.

Michael Barnett May 30, 2019
Chief Executive/Director of the Auckland Business Chamber.
RYE Exchange Student Lily Jun 20, 2019
My Year in NZ

Lily will share her time in NZ - come and see our Country and Culture through the eyes of an Exchange Student.

Rota Pacific Attendees Jun 27, 2019

The ROTA Pacific program for District 9920 involves bringing young people to New Zealand who are sponsored by our Island Clubs. They come for two weeks and during the first week they are billeted with  Rotarians and the second week attending RYLA. They come this evening to share their NZ experience.

RYLA Participants Jul 11, 2019
Tonight we hear from our 2 RYLA paticipants about their experience.
RYLA (Rotary Young-Person Leadership Awards) is a week-long leadership development programme for 20-28 year olds hosted and sponsored by Rotary Clubs in  district 9920 

RYLA is an experiential live-in programme designed to help young people develop their team work and communication skills and fulfil their potential as leaders.

The programme consists of a combination of:

  • Presentations and Workshops facilitated by community and business leaders particularly focusing on leadership development,
  • opportunities for the exchange of ideas, opinions and experiences in discussion groups etc,
  • open sessions, sport and keep fit exercises
  • the opportunity to experience and practice leadership skills in action.
  • involvement in a community activity and with the host Rotary Club.
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