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The Rotary 4 Way test
Of things we say or do.
- Is it the TRUTH?
- Is it FAIR to all concerned?
- Will it build GOODWILL & BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
- Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
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Reading In schools.
Each week teams of Club members read and listening to primary school pupils. This year we will have teams of four to five people visiting each of the following schools, Ngaio Primary School, Wainuiomata Intermediate, and, also in Wainuiomata, Arakura Primary School, for around 1 ½ hours each week to listen to a child read for 10 to 15 minutes.
The children are enthusiastic about reading to another encouraging adult and enjoy the opportunity to discuss the subject matter and, sometimes, how it relates to their lives. Read more.
Rotary Science and Technology Forum.
Rotary Club Of Wellington North recieved five nominations for the Forum from which we selected Hanna Douglas ( Wellington Girls College) and Emily Register (Queen Margaret College). They attended the forum in Auckland in January and addressed the Club on 8th March.
Rotary Youth Exchange.
Do you know a 16 to 18 year old that would make the best of a, Rotary sponsored, year in Europe?
Rotary Youth Leadership Award.
RYLA 9940. 24 – 28 January 2018
Silversteam Retreat, Hutt Valley.
RYLA is a five day residential high energy programme to develop young leaders between the ages of 18 and 24.
Rotary Club of Wellington North sponsored Tim Galland. He addressed the club Thursday 8th
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Some of our Thursday Lunch Meetings at Noon at the Bridge Club in Tinakori Road are now fortnightly (usually the first and third Thursday of the month) with the weeks in between given over to committee meetings etc
Programme details for one month or more ahead can be found here.
Welllington vs Auckland in the provincial rugby competition. Maurice Manttan is quite excited about this one and considers that if we meet at the Thistle Inn around 5.30 p.m. before proceeding to the stadium (latecomers can meet up with us on the concourse) for the 7.35 p.m. kick off of what will be a great game of rugby with of course a handsome win to Wellington.