John Edwards Memorial

Some members of the club will remember Dr John Edwards who was an Oral Surgeon.  John was a member of the club in the 1990s.  John died on Anzac Day during the lockdown.  A memorial for John is being held at St Marys 2pm Saturday 22 August.
John Edwards Memorial Tony Fortune 2020-07-16 12:00:00Z 0

Recipe Corner

A seafood chowder is one of those comforting things on a chilly Winter day.
I love this soup with lots of shellfish like mussels and clams bit you can just use fish if you are not a seafood fan.
50 grams butter
1 finely chopped leek (white part only)
3 cloves of garlic – chopped
2 level tablespoons of flour
2 ½ cups milk
2 ½ cups of fish or chicken stock
½ cup of cream
A handful of shellfish is shells (e g mussels or clams) scrubbed and cleaned
250 grams raw fish in chunks (e g monkfish, snapper, terakihi, hapuka,
250 grams Raw prawns and/or scallops
200 grams flaked smoked fish or salmon
½ lemon juice
¼ cup of chopped parsley
¼ cup of chopped chives
  1. Heat the butter in a large saucepan over a medium heat. Cook leek and garlic with a pinch of salt.
  2. Stir in the flour and cook, while stirring continuously for about 1 minute
  3. Stir in about ½ cup of milk, stirring continuously to avoid lumps forming. Gradually stir in the rest of the milk, then the stock and cream. Simmer until slightly thickened.
  4. Add seafood (if using shellfish add first and cook for 1 to 2 minutes) before adding seafood and continue to simmer for a few minutes or until seafood is just cooked through. Season to taste with salt, pepper and lemon juice. Stir in with parsley.
  5. Ladle into bowls distributing the seafood equally and garnish with chives.
  6. Serve with warm flatbread smothered in lashings of garlic and herb butter
This recipe freezes well so is perfect to have pre-proportioned in the freezer for a rainy day.
Recipe Corner Cindy Bakewell 2020-06-17 12:00:00Z 0

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My nieces and nephews (and their parents) love these cookies.
Great to snack on whilst out delivering Bakewell Creamery milk.
Recipe Corner Cindy Bakewell 2020-06-09 12:00:00Z 0

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Creamy Mushroom Risotto
The story of risotto began in the 14th century B.C., when the Arabs brought rice to Sicily and Spain during their rule. Italy was the ideal place to grow short-grain rice due to the humid weather and abundant flat land. As a result, rice became a main part of Italian food culture.Risotto is a northern Italian rice dish cooked with broth until it reaches a creamy consistency. The broth can be derived from meat, fish, or vegetables.
This is a great with grilled chicken or steak or just on its own.
Some like their risotto sloppy like soup and some like drier so it holds its shape.
Just make it how you like it.
Recipe Corner Cindy Bakewell 2020-05-26 12:00:00Z 0


I started this competition last week and are seeking a quote for this picture. So far I have had one reply, so I thought I would continue to run this competition for another week to see whether we can get some more replies.
In the competition last week we also included this house and were seeking people to respond with a location of this house. So far I have had two replies one being "New Zealand" and "rural New Zealand" well both may be accurate but the editor is looking for a more accurate response. Please do not respond with "North Island or South Island" as we are still looking for something more specific.
Competion Ross J Forrester 2020-05-25 12:00:00Z 0

Recipe Corner

This week’s recipe is from Little and Friday, my favourite café.
It can be a wonderful afternoon tea or a dessert . I quite often just cook the pears on their own for dessert. Not only is it absolutely delicious it looks divine on the plate.
Chocolate Grenache
½ cup of cream and 200 grams of good quality dark chocolate grated.
In a saucepan, heat the cream to just below boiling point. Remove from heat and stir in the chocolate until melted and smooth. Allow to cool and thicken before using.
Recipe Corner Cindy Bakewell 2020-05-19 12:00:00Z 0


Give a caption to this Photo

The best caption for this photo will win one bottle of wine.the best caption will be decided by the editor. No correspondence will be entered into. Replies to rossforrester1@gmail. com

Where is this? 

Please enter this competition identify where this place is? just sent an email to One bottle of wine for the first correct answer. 
Trivia Ross J Forrester 2020-05-18 12:00:00Z 0

Level Two

Your Title Here

At long last back at real golf. Happy Ross . Clubs not yet out of car.
My favourite spot for coffee now open again. life returns
The new cranes at Auckland port unloading their first ship. remember our speaker Ross Clark said everything would be up and running by February. Well its May thats rate payers money 
The team  on Monday 12th May . Always remember to smile i might be taking a photo 
Level Two Ross J Forrester 2020-05-12 12:00:00Z 0

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Braised Steak Casserole
This beef stew recipe results in melt-in-the-mouth meat in a richly flavoured gravy. With the cooler weather upon us you will and your family will love this!
1 kg of crosscut blade steak
2 tbsp of olive oil
500 ml of beef stock
100 ml of a good red wine
Salt and pepper
150g of fresh mushrooms, sliced
2 medium onions, diced
1 cup of flour seasoned with ¼ tsp. salt and 1 tsp. of dried Mediterranean herbs
  • Cut the steak into bite size pieces, dip in the seasoned flour and shake off excess flour.
  • In a large pan, heat the oil and brown the meat in small batches
  • Add the onions and cook until softened, then add beef stock, red wine and water until the meat is just covered. Heat until the dish just comes to a simmer.
  • Cook covered for 90 minutes or until the beef is tender. Check the level and consistency of sauce from time to time while cooking, add water if necessary.
  • Adjust seasoning and add roughly chopped mushrooms, cook for a further 15 minutes until mushrooms are soft and cooked and serve on a butter rich potato mash with steamed green beans.

Recipe Corner CIndy Bakewell 2020-05-12 12:00:00Z 0

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I love this weeks recipe because it is so easy to make and everyone loves it.  
Chocolate Bark
The addition of the smoked chili and spices is subtle but utterly addictive.
It is great with coffee or as a dessert.
1 tsp very finely chopped dried smoked chill    
¼ tsp ground cloves                                
1 tsp five-spice powder                  
2 tsp ground cinnamon
½ tsp fine black pepper
500g dark chocolate (at least 60% coca solids)
Coarsely chopped
1 ½ cups coarsely chopped dried cranberries
1 cup coarsely chopped unsalted roasted
1 cup coarsely chopped pistachios, plus extra to sprinkle
Place the chili cloves, five-spice, cinnamon and black pepper in a heavy frypan and toast over a medium heat until they start to smell fragrant (about 30 seconds) Don’t overheat or they will burn.
Line an oven tray with baking paper for easy clean-up. Gently melt the chocolate in the microwave stirring every 30 seconds or in a large bowl over a pot of boiling water.
Remove from heat and stir on toasted spice mix and dried fruit and nuts, reserving 1/5 cup of pistachios.
Spread evenly on the prepared tray, sprinkle the extra pistachios and leave in a cool place until set (about 45 minutes). Break into chunks and pieces.
Store in a container in a cool place for up to a month…if it lasts that long.
Recipe Corner Cindy Bakewell 2020-05-05 12:00:00Z 0

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Walnut and Chocolate Ganache Biscuits
Rich chocolate and toasty walnuts make these deliciously chewy cookies perfect to serve at the end of a leisurely meal.
Walnut and Chocolate Ganache Biscuits


1¼ cups walnut pieces, roasted until lightly golden
1 cup icing sugar
2 tablespoons plain flour or plain gluten-free flour (I used Orgran brand)
¾ teaspoon ground mixed spiced
finely grated zest 1 orange
3 tablespoons finely chopped crystallized ginger 
1 egg, lightly beaten
Chocolate ganache
1 cup cream
200 grams dark chocolate
To cook
1 cup icing sugar


Preheat the oven to 170°C.
Place all the ingredients except the egg in a food processor.
Process until the mixture is finely chopped but not smooth. Add the egg and pulse to form a soft, sticky dough. It should look like chunky peanut butter. Scrape into a bowl, cover and refrigerate for 1 hour or until firm.
Liberally sprinkle the bench and your hands with icing sugar.
Scoop out small teaspoons of dough and drop onto the icing sugar. Roll into marble-sized balls. They will triple in size when cooked. Flatten the tops lightly with a fork then sprinkle with extra icing sugar to give a good coating. Place on lined baking trays about 3 cm apart. Chill one tray of cookies while the first tray is in the oven.
Bake for about 10 minutes until golden and the tops have a crackled effect.
Cool on the tray for 2 minutes then transfer to a cooling rack.
Ganache: Put the cream in a small saucepan and bring to just below boiling point. Remove from the heat, add the chocolate and stir until smooth. Tip into a bowl and cool to a thick, spreadable consistency.
Spoon the ganache into a piping bag with a fluted nozzle. Pipe a layer onto the smooth side of half of the cookies then sandwich with the remaining cookies. Place in the fridge for 1 hour to set the ganache. Makes about 20 doubles depending on their size
Cook’s tip: Unfilled cookies will keep for 3 days in an airtight container. Filled cookies will soften after 1 day.
Recipe Corner Ross J Forrester 2020-04-29 12:00:00Z 0

Recipe corner 22APR

Send me your favourite recipe and the story behind it to :
It may be an old family recipe and one that you have had fun mastering over time.
Recipe Corner has two recipes for you this week
We celebrate ANZAC day this week with the traditional Anzac biscuit recipe form the Edmonds Cookbook. My Grandfather Robert Darnell Bakewell, fought in WW1. He left the family farm in Inglewood to enlist for WW1.  He was underage and took his horse with him. We believe he was wounded in the Somme and was sent home. Undeterred and determined to serve he made his way to Australia and enlisted with the Australian Army. He was still underage. 
When the war ended, he returned home to the family farm to find that he had been disinherited. His Mother believed that as the eldest son he should have stayed at home on the farm.
My brother, Commander Layamon Bakewell, DSD, RNZN, proudly wears our Grandfather's medals on Anzac
 Commanding Officer HMNZS MATATAUA
Slow Cooked Balsamic & Garlic Lamb – Serves 4
This recipe came from one of the girls I went to boarding school with who is great foodie and fabulous cook. Some of you may remember it as the dish both Catherine and I cooked for the Guess Who is Coming to Dinner Event last year.
1 kg of lamb – shoulder or leg on the bone
1 1/3 cup of balsamic vinegar
3 cups of chicken stock
6 sprigs of rosemary
8 cloves of garlic
2 TBSP brown sugar
Pre heat the oven to 145C. 
Place all ingredient in a deep baking dish and cover with a tight-fitting lid
Bake for 3 hours
Turn the lamb over and bake for a further 2 hours.
Remove the lid, increase the heat to 180C and bake for another 30 minutes
Remove the lamb from the pan and keep warm.
Pour the pan juices over a large bowl of ice and quickly remover the ice and solidified fat with a slotted spoon.
Place the pan juices in a small saucepan and bring to the boil until thickened.
Recipe corner 22APR Cindy 2020-04-21 12:00:00Z 0

Bears Again

Bears Again!!

here are more bears. Please check your favourite and we can offer the photographer a wine 
Bear on fence 
Davids bears
Bear hanging 
Bears Again Ross J Forrester 2020-04-20 12:00:00Z 0

Guess Who?

Guess Who?

Guess Who?

This poor wee fellow has not been named for two weeks. only a few guesses from fellow Rotarians. he your fellow member is feeling shunned. have a go its worth 3 bottles of wine. David, Cindy this should help your budget.
Guess Who? Ross J Forrester 2020-04-20 12:00:00Z 0

Recipe Corner

Posh Pumpkin Soup
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I have been making this pumpkin soup this way ever since I started hosting dinner parties. Back in the day I even served it in a pumpkin!
It is easy to make, delicious and is a great entrée.
Recipe Corner Cindy Bakewell 2020-04-15 12:00:00Z 0

Guess who?

Who is this wee Fellow??

This we lad was left unidentified last week in our wine competition. Poor wee mite. So I have decided he is worth two bottles of wine to any one who identifies him this week. Don't be shy as many entries as you like not just one. Go for it!!!! 


Guess who? Ross J Forrester 2020-04-13 12:00:00Z 0
Photo corner 2 Ross J Forrester 2020-04-08 12:00:00Z 0

Recipe Corner

This week’s recipe comes to you from Norman Brooks
Norman was born in Ireland, in Dublin and lived there until his family emigrated to NZ when hewas ten. In 1977 he returned to Ireland and lived and worked  in County Donegal for six months.
During his time there they purchased a tea towel which had the recipe for Irish Bannock on it.  They still have the tea towel! I worked again in Ireland for the Irish Methodist Church from 2004 to 2006 and bought Bannock regularly from the grocery store.  
Norman said” Bannock, or wheaten soda bread is sold in supermarkets right throughout Ireland.   I particularly like it buttered with a good slice of tasty cheddar, or for breakfast with a tasty marmalade.”
Irish Bannock
Recipe Corner Cindy Bakewell 2020-04-08 12:00:00Z 0

Photo Corner 

Some photos provided to me for addition to the bulletin. More would be nice. Please provide a story with the pictures. 
Photo Corner Ross J Forrester 2020-03-31 11:00:00Z 0

Recipe Corner

Cindy's Grandmother's Shortbread Recipe
2 small Cups Flour
3/4 Cup Cornflour
3/4 Cup Icing Sugar
1/2lb Butter
Cream butter and sugar, work in flour and cornflour.  Press into shallow tin.
Bake at 300F degrees Cut while hot and leave in tin to cool. 
To read more about this recipe, please click on 'Read more' below.
Recipe Corner Cindy Bakewell 2020-03-25 11:00:00Z 0

Escape from Alcatraz- Malcolm Tweed

Escape from Alcatraz
Malcolm Tweed, winning triathlete, engaged us with his participation in the Escape from Alcatraz race. Alcatraz was named in 1775 and became a prison in 1934 but closed in the 1960s as it was too expensive to maintain. The race, with 2500 participants comprises a 2.5km swim in 12C water with a 7.5km/hour tide, a hilly bike ride and run. Malcolm won his age-group.
Escape from Alcatraz- Malcolm Tweed 2019-12-08 11:00:00Z 0

Roslyn Noonan Human Rights 

Roslyn Noonan gave an interesting talk on Human Rights, which are defined in the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948. When they were adopted the NZ delegate said that all articles are equally important. She noted that they do not include the right to smoke so prisoners were unable to invoke help for a smoking ban in prisons! A Former Commissioner Roslyn outline New Zealand's prominent role in Human Rights from the Treaty in 1840 to present day rights for the disabled. She has been assisting the development of human rights in the South Pacific, particularly relating to climate change and family violence and emphasised the importance of consultation at he grass roots level to build pressure for change.
Roslyn Noonan Human Rights 2019-11-20 11:00:00Z 0

Rotaract Speakers 

Rotaract Speakers
District Rotaract Representative Becky Giblin and Natalie Johnston reported on the Rotaract District Conference which was held early September.  33 Rotaractors, DG Gary and DGE Craig attended discussing numerous projects being undertaken by District and Australian Rotaractors.  The club contributed some funds towards the cost of the Conference.
Rotaract Speakers 2019-09-21 12:00:00Z 0

Prof Maurice Curtis -Your Amazing Brain 

Professor Maurice Curtis, Professor of Neuroscience, University of Auckland spoke about "Your amazing brain"
and gave us a fascinating overview of the hippocampus, striatum, olfactory bulb, beta amyloid, dopamine, lewy bodies, graduate students at Berkley & chocolate, astrocycles, pericycles, tunelling nanotubes, and the relevance of some of them to alzheimers and Parkinsons disease.
Incredible research is being undertaken at Auckland University but there is still a lot more to be discovered!
Prof Maurice Curtis -Your Amazing Brain 2019-09-21 12:00:00Z 0

James Young Farewell

James Young
Haere Ra Jamie - we will greatly miss your enthusiasm and dynamism.  You and Karen have made an amazing contribution to the club and our community - you epitomised the concept of 
Thank you - we look forward to seeing you both back here when you get the opportunity!
James Young Farewell 2019-09-14 12:00:00Z 0

District Governor- Gary  Langford

District Governor Gary Langford had the pleasant task of inducting Andy Chen MBA into the Club. Andy is CEO of Methven. Welcome Andy.
Gary then presented service certificates to John Beck, Jim Holmes and Ed Mitchell, 20 years; and Tony Fortune, Bryan Haggitt and Barrie Ross, 35 years. 
Gary married his wife, Jan in Wellington and now lives in Victoria Avenue. In 1976 he moved to Auckland with AHI and joined the Rotary Club of Onehunga. In 2000 he joined the Rotary Club of Auckland East. He reminded us that we are all members because someone asked us to join. He acknowledged the strong support of his club in his role as DG.
He drew our attention to the wider family of Rotary, including Rotaract, Interact and The Rotary Foundation. Our district, 9920 is vast and comprises 1385 Rotarians in 53 clubs. The Rotary Foundation has been successful in reducing the incidence of polio from 300,000 in 1988 to just 57 in Pakistan and Afghanistan in 2019.
Members were encouraged to plan to attend the district conference in Auckland and the RI convention in Hawaii.  
District Governor- Gary Langford 2019-08-31 12:00:00Z 0

Anneke Cumack-IBO Hungary

Our first was Anneke Cumack, a student from Dio who the club sponsored to the 30th International Biology Olympiad in Hungary. 72 other countries participated an Anneke was a member of the four person New Zealand team. The competition included two six hour theory exams and six hours of practical exams. Anneke won a silver medal and made world wide friends. The team returned via Doha. Anneke is now coaching the next lot of Dio possible participants.
Anneke Cumack-IBO Hungary 2019-08-23 12:00:00Z 0

Kris Gledhill-Sentencing in NZ

Our speaker was Kris Gledhill, who is now at AUT Law School and previously a colleague of Ken Palmers at The University of Auckland. He presented numerous and very insightful statistics on New Zealand's Sentencing Regime-A Comparative Analysis. NZ has a relatively high prison population, of which 29% are on demand. Remand prisoners account for the growth of the prison population in the last 10 years. Kris said that the number of judges is capped and many remand prisoners have to wait a long time to have their cases heard. 51% of prisoners are Maori. Reported crime rates are decreasing but the perception of crime is increasing. Judges are issuing tougher sentences.
Kris Gledhill-Sentencing in NZ 2019-08-23 12:00:00Z 0

RYLA- Awardees 

We were privileged to have our RYLA awardees report back to the club on their experiences at the event. The awardees were:
Rowan Smith
Emma Salmon (Peter's granddaughter)
Liam Nott
Blake Norcross
Bryce Hayr
Giacomo Lamplough
Each awardee highlighted the speakers/events which meant the most to them and they were all different. They all agreed that they had gained a lot from the experience and were most grateful to the club for sponsoring them.
Bill Chakow from the Howick Rotary Club, an organiser, showed a video of the course which enabled members to get a good idea of what is involved.
RYLA- Awardees 2019-08-11 12:00:00Z 0

Bruce Howe - Finance report and other 

Our own Bruce Howe presented three topics to the club.
Club Finance
Last financial year the club itself raised a net $47,000, most of which was given to the Fiji O2 project. Club operations ran at a loss of $2,234. The current directors are addressing this matter and a solution may be a subscription increase. A shortfall of $37,000 is projected in the current financial year, with committees budgeting to spend $130,000.
New World screen
The screen has three objectives:
Promote Rotary;
Display community notices; and
Commercial advertising to raise funds for the club's charitable activities.
Last year the screen raised $20,800 and has the potential to raise more. The club needs members to approach firms and encourage them to buy time on the screen. Please see Iain or Bruce if you are willing to assist with this vital activity.
Soso Village Water project
The village is in the Yasawa Island group in Fiji. It has 350 people, including 90 children in about 100 homes. Their water is contaminated and has tested unsafe to drink. Bruce  is well into organising a project to pump bore water up to tanks, using solar electricity. The water would be gravity fed into filters and piped to homes. The project is anticipated to cost around $65,000 and is included in the International committee's budget.
Bruce Howe - Finance report and other 2019-08-03 12:00:00Z 0

Paul Goldsmith MP 

Paul Goldsmith completed a MA (Hist.) at The University of Auckland. He has written several biographies of prominent business people and is a National Party list MP. Currently he is Finance and Infrastructure spokesperson. He explained that the National Party focuses on the economy because growth enables spending in increasing the quality of peoples' lives. Increased investment is needed to increase productivity and quality infrastructure is required. Balanced spending on across all forms of transport, including roads is necessary.
Paul Goldsmith MP Ross J Forrester 2019-07-25 12:00:00Z 0

Jim Bradley

Jim is a consulting engineer, specialising in municipal wastewater throughout New Zealand. Most of his working life was spent in Dunedin. He told us of his three most interesting jobs and his latest overseas five week adventure, visiting where his grandfather and father served in Gallipoli and Crete respectively. 
Jim Bradley Ross J Forrester 2019-07-16 12:00:00Z 0
Peter Thorne 2018-11-11 11:00:00Z 0
Andrew Alexander- Change 2018-10-18 11:00:00Z 0
James Doy- Musician 2018-10-05 11:00:00Z 0
Professor Craig Radford 2018-09-30 11:00:00Z 0
Peter Hillary Mountaineer. Adventures in Nepal 2018-09-21 12:00:00Z 0
Guest Speaker Kathryn Trounson - Electric Cars 2018-09-15 12:00:00Z 0

Guest Speaker Wynne Grey - Journalist

Best known as a Sports Journalist who reported on 250  All Black games. The last of his kind.
Wynne Gray began his journalism career during the seventies at the Auckland Star and 8 O’clock before heading to travel and work in Europe and Australia. On his return he wrote about cricket for the NZ Herald and became their senior rugby writer, attending more than 250 All Black tests around the globe and numerous other internationals at World Cups as he filed for the company newspapers and online productions.
Guest Speaker Wynne Grey - Journalist 2018-09-08 12:00:00Z 0

International Yachting Fellowship of Rotarians

One of the oldest and largest of the Rotary Fellowships founded in the United Kingdom in the 1940's.There are now IYFR Fleets worldwide divided into three Districts.
The Auckland Fleet has two Past International Commodores and the current International Rear Commodore is an Auckland Fleet Member, Past Commodore David Hansen. The Auckland Fleet will be the first in the world to have had three International Commodores. The current International Commodore is from Argentina and the two previous to him were from the Philippines and Italy. To be a Member you do not have to own a boat just an interest in boating and all Rotarians are eligible to join. Some of the activities of the Auckland Fleet of IFYR have included....
International Yachting Fellowship of Rotarians Wayne Brewer 2018-09-07 12:00:00Z 0

Rotary Youth Exchange News

A periodic update from the Rotary Youth Exchange programme, District 9920, NZ (August 2018). There are many benefits to hosting an exchange student. Find out how to get involved.
Rotary Youth Exchange News 2018-09-02 12:00:00Z 0
Club visit from District Governor, Ingrid Waugh 2018-09-01 12:00:00Z 0
Guest Speaker Frank Hogan - Child Poverty 2018-08-25 12:00:00Z 0

Guest Speaker Michael  Littlewood - Tax Reform in NZ 2018

The New Zealand government is currently considering major reform of the country’s tax system and recently set up a Tax Working Group to make recommendations.
  • Should we have a capital gains tax?
  • Should we have a land tax?
  • What should be done to incentivise small business?
  • What should be done to protect the environment?
  • Should fruit and vegetables be excluded from GST?
  • Should there be a tax on sugary drinks?
Guest Speaker Michael Littlewood - Tax Reform in NZ 2018 Catherine Holden 2018-08-15 12:00:00Z 0

Guest Speaker Warwick Beauchamp -  Disruptive Technologies

Insights to new applications and digital disruptions. A successful Entrepreneur, Educator, Author, Business Coach & Advisor. Warwick is passionate about Entrepreneurship & Business success and is one the founders of the Apps Parkable and Campable and is to going to talk to the club about ‘Disruptive Technology’. 
Guest Speaker Warwick Beauchamp - Disruptive Technologies 2018-08-08 12:00:00Z 0

Trees for Survival – Recount from club member RE first planting Day for Tamaki Primary School, 7 August 2018

It seems hard to believe that it is nearly a year since The Growing Unit was opened at Tamaki Primary School and the first seedlings were put into their little bags to be looked after by a group of children until they were ready to be planted out in their permanent positions. 
Now that day had come so off we went in a bus: two teachers, several mothers, two Rotarians and a group of very excited and thus noisy children to a farm in Clevedon, an Auckland Council chosen site. There we were joined by a group from Accor Hotels,  some of the boys who had helped with the plumbing work of The Unit at the school and an advisor from the Council...
Trees for Survival – Recount from club member RE first planting Day for Tamaki Primary School, 7 August 2018 2018-08-08 12:00:00Z 0
Digital Display Screen in New World Remuera 2018-08-02 12:00:00Z 0
Guest Speaker Alan Johnson - Salvation Army 2018-07-27 12:00:00Z 0
Guest Speaker Andrew Beer - Concert Master with the APO 2018-07-14 12:00:00Z 0
Guest Speaker Megan Jaffe 2018-06-29 12:00:00Z 0

Business Is Awesome

Business is Awesome – A 1-day challenging and inspired seminar for secondary school students considering business careers.
Business Is Awesome 2018-05-04 12:00:00Z 0
Guest Speaker - Bill Hodge 2018-05-04 12:00:00Z 0

Guest Speakers for Fiji Oxygen Project

Tim Edmonds of Cure Kids and Prof. Stephen Howe updated our members about the Fiji Oxygen Project which is the subject of a major fund raising campaign by our Club.
The Oxygen Project is designed to save the lives of children, in hospitals and clinics, who are currently dying due to the lack of a reliable supply of oxygen.
Guest Speakers for Fiji Oxygen Project 2018-04-20 12:00:00Z 0
9920 DistrictConference 2018 Cindy Bakewell 2018-04-13 12:00:00Z 0
 The Great Auckland Duck Race - What an achievement 2018-03-29 11:00:00Z 0

Guest Speaker - Ruth Davy, Gut Cancer Foundation

Ruth has worked in the not for profit sector for the last 25 years as a leader of charitable trusts.  She joined the Gut Cancer Foundation two years ago.  Ruth was a member of the Rotary Cub of Parnell for 15 years and is a Paul Harris Fellow.  Ruth gave a very interesting insight into the work of the Gut Cancer Foundation.
Guest Speaker - Ruth Davy, Gut Cancer Foundation 2018-03-29 11:00:00Z 0
Guest Speaker - Robin Cooper, Auckland International Airport 2018-03-21 11:00:00Z 0

Emergency Response Kits (ERKs)

Getting involved and making a difference...Raising funds and assisting in the packing of Emergency Response Kits (ERKs), providing immediate relief to our Pacific Island neighbours during natural disasters.
Emergency Response Kits (ERKs) 2018-03-20 11:00:00Z 0

Guest Speaker-Bishop Ross Bay

Ross Bay shared some insights in the lead up to Easter 2018.  He is a past Rotarian, a volunteer fireman, as well as being the Anglican Bishop of Auckland.  Ross was previously the Vicar of St. Mark's in Remuera.
    Guest Speaker-Bishop Ross Bay DLM 2018-03-16 11:00:00Z 0

    Waiatarua Tree Project - Maintenance Day

    Rotary Tree Challenge, a worldwide Rotary goal set by Rotary International President Ian Riseley, where every Rotary member plants at least one tree each and changes the environment for the better by Earth Day on 22nd April 2018.
    Waiatarua Tree Project - Maintenance Day 2018-02-28 11:00:00Z 0
    Alan Duffy - Books In Homes Project 2017-09-18 12:00:00Z 0
    ROMAC (Rotary International Medical Aid for Children) 2017-09-17 12:00:00Z 0
    Epsom Lodge Cooked Breakfast for Salvation Army Residents 2017-09-17 12:00:00Z 0
    District Governor Malini Raghwan 2017-08-23 12:00:00Z 0
    Trees For Survival 2017-07-24 12:00:00Z 0
    AED At Palmers Garden Centre 2017-07-24 12:00:00Z 0
    3D Printer At Tamaki Primary School 2017-07-24 12:00:00Z 0

    Guest Speaker - Dot Lamb, Communicare

    Communicare is a not-for-profit association which has been serving the seniors, lonely and disabled within Auckland. Dot was awarded a Rotary Service Award from President Norman for 55 years of volunteering for Communicare.
    Guest Speaker - Dot Lamb, Communicare Catherine Holden 2017-07-17 12:00:00Z 0
    Visually Impaired Person Camp Catherine Holden 2017-05-26 12:00:00Z 0
    Business is Awesome Richard Veber 2016-05-27 12:00:00Z 0
    Helping people with disabilities make their own music - a story by Susie Ma 2015-04-30 12:00:00Z 0
    Finding Safe Haven - a story by Megan Ferringer 2015-04-30 12:00:00Z 0
    Saving lives in Ghana - a story by Walter Hughes 2015-04-30 12:00:00Z 0
    India celebrates three years without polio 2014-02-25 11:00:00Z 0