President's Message
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It has been a busy week. On Friday night Dave Wylie and I went to a dinner at Waipuna where the featured speaker was Ian Riseley who is the current Rotary International President. Ian and his wife Juliet were in New Zealand to attend the South Pacific President Elects Training weekend that Dave will tell you about. As you can see from his profile he is Australian and he even tried to convince us that he supports the Black Caps because they are the only team who plays within the spirit of cricket. I'm not sure we were convinced. He is a very entertaining speaker and gave us a few laughs as well as some food for thought. In particular he pointed out that the polio campaign is getting close to success however he cautioned about letting up on the eradication program. The virus can be so virulent that in a very short space of time there would be 100s of thousands of cases annually and he reminded us of the iron lungs that many of us remember from our youth.
The Brit and Euro classic car show at Lloyd Elsmore Park on Sunday was a huge event with 850 cars on display and was attended by 10s of thousands. A big thank you to all who contributed especially Geoff Thompson who made our club participation happen. We took over $1,000 selling sausages and onions and drinks. The club canopy made sure the public knew who we were. Well done John Osborne! David Owen did a tremendous job promoting Shelter Box. He put up the tent and spoke with passers by a couple of whom offered to fund some boxes. John and Dorothy Osborne then followed up that effort by going out on Sunday night and putting up all the "Howick Fun Run" billboards. Truly service before self. Thank you.
This Tuesday is an introduction to "behind the scenes at Howick Historical Village" before our visit the following week. It is bound to be interesting and a good night to invite family and friends.
Club Liaison
It was good to see Glen Donaldson at our meeting this Tuesday, following his problems.
I understand that Gaynor is also doing well.
Mar 13, 2018
Behind the scenes at Howick Historical Village
Mar 20, 2018
Visit to Howick Historical Village
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Next Meeting: Duties
Donaldson, Glen
Invocation and Guest Speaker Thanks
Fels, David
Kearney, Alison
Clean Up
Kelleher, Kevin
Mouncey, Rob
Club Information
Howick (Inc)
We meet Tuesdays at 05:45 PM
Howick Bowling Club
33 Selwyn Road
Auckland,  2010
New Zealand
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Howick Rotary is now live on Club Runner like large numbers of other Rotary Clubs locally and internationally. Effective immediately we are using membership, bulletin (keyway), and website functions. To logon go to our website  (yes it is working) and then go to the member login on the top right hand side of the front page. You will then see the main menu however it has access controls that specify who can access various functions.
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Our District Conference to be held at the amazing Sofitel Resort on Denarau Island, Fiji, from Friday 6th April 2018 through to Sunday 8th April. 

Birthdays & Anniversaries
Member Birthdays
Malcolm Pascoe
April 4
David Fels
April 11
Gavin Green
April 18
Alasdair Maclean
April 26
Spouse Birthdays
March 16
Lynne Green
March 18
Mike Abercrombie
April 9
Pat Abercrombie
Mike Abercrombie
March 4
Barry Nicholls
Ann Nicholls
April 2
Join Date
Ted Aislabie
April 1, 1992
26 years
Madeleine East
April 6, 2010
8 years

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