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Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 12:15 PM
Stamford Plaza
22 Albert St.
Auckland, North Auckland  1010
New Zealand
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Panel: KirstyCampbell,ClivePedley,JacksonRowland
Mar 26, 2018
Impact Investing - doing good whilst generating a sound financial return. Chair: Bruce Sheppard
No Meeting - Golf Day
Apr 09, 2018
Q&A: Jay Allnutt, CEO Teach First NZ: Ako Mātātupu
Apr 16, 2018
Getting outstanding graduates into low decile schools. Interviewer: Tony Caughey
Panel: SteffanPanoho, KarenThompson-Smith,LesMorga
Apr 30, 2018
Auckland Tourism is absolutely BOOMing. Chair: Jason Hill
Wayne Howett, CEO, Ronald McDonald House
May 07, 2018
What we do, why we do it, the differences we have made to peoples lives
Cheryll Martin, General Manager, Volunteering Ak
May 21, 2018
Volunteering Auckland
Breakfast (7:15am) Sir John Key
May 28, 2018 7:15 AM
Leadership - commercial vs political. Chair: Sir Ralph Norris
Simon O'Connor, MP for Tamaki
Jun 18, 2018
Afghanistan and Iraq - a fascinating and fantastic recent encounter

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2015/2016 AGM & 2016/2017 AGM - Monday 19 March 2018
Notice is hereby given of the Annual General Meetings of the Rotary Club of Auckland Inc. for the years ending 30 June 2016 and 30 June 2017 to be held at the Stamford Plaza, 22 Albert Street at 12.45 pm on Monday 19 March 2018:
2.Presidents presentation of the Annual Report and Annual Accounts for the year ended 30 June 2016
3. Presidents presentation of the Annual Report and Annual Accounts for the year ended 30 June 2017
4.Appointment of the Auditor
5.General business
If you have any queries regarding this notice, then please contact me directly.
And our speaker after both AGMs, will be our member Bryan Leyland, whose speech will be titled ‘Things You Know That Ain’t So’
A great evening was had last night by members of our Club and the Rotary Club of Downtown Auckland, who attended TTT (Third Thirsty Thursday), at The Occidental Belgium Beer Cafe in Vulcan.

All Rotarians are being asked to donate a pair of boys or girls knickers aged for 2-4-year olds to the Fiji Squatters Camp Pre Schools.  Cost is very low, about $5 to buy a 5-pack from K-Mart or The Warehouse.  These children’s families have come to Suva to look for work and to give their children an education and they arrive with nothing and there are 4 of these camps in Suva alone.  The Montesouri teachers volunteer their time 3 days a week to teach these children through play and Rotary has donated mobile teaching kits and transportation costs.  These teachers have asked for underwear to help encourage good sanitation and hygiene behaviour.  DG Malini will take the items back to Fiji, or you can donate $5 instead and all the money will go to buy underwear.  Your donations can be left with Jacqui at the Stamford on Mondays or please contact her, to organise dropping off clothing or money to her office in Takapuna.
Here at the City Mission, finding funding to provide essential services is a constant challenge and we are now seeking some assistance for a new fundraising event we are running here in March.  At the City Mission Cook Off we will be cooking a three-course meal to 150 Mission guests (a mix of the homeless clients and families we work with).  We will be cooking under the guidance of a celebrated Auckland chef to provide a special night for people who are struggling.  The Cook off provides an opportunity for Auckland's top business leaders to give back to the local community with food on the night and via fundraised donations.  The Mission has a goal of raising $250,000 of crucial funding for our food services through the Cook Off event.  Each year the Mission provides emergency food parcels to 13,000 families and individuals, who otherwise wouldn't be eating that day. We don't want anyone in our community to go hungry.  If you would like to donate, please click on the following link to our fundraising page You can then click on the green donate button to go through to the secure payments page.
District 9920 is planning an Exchange Student Reunion later this year.  If you can help with information to contact past D9920 Outbound Exchange students, then please send to: Email: or Graham Rea 021 757 074
Join Jennifer Jones, former RI Director, talk about the future of Rotary.  Jennifer is the President and CEO of Media Street Productions, an award-winning television production company, a member of the Rotary Club of Windsor-Roseland and Past District Governor of District 6400.  In Rotary, she has served as the Chair of the Strengthening Rotary Advisory Group, Moderator of the RC/RPIC Institute, Vice Chair of RI Communication Committee, North American RPIC Coordinator, the Advisory Board for Rotary Canada and the RI Promotions Committees for Lisbon and New Orleans. Jennifer also served three terms as Seminar Leader at the International Assembly and has been a featured speaker at this event on four occasions.
Date & Time & Cost: Tuesday 27 March, cash bar from 6pm and buffet dinner at 7pm, $50 per person
Venue: Quality Hotel, 10-20 Gladstone Rd, Parnell, Auckland
Reservations: Go to and follow link or email and confirm your booking by making your ticket payment to RI District 9920 account 12-3011-0757766-02 and include your surname as the reference.
Applications are now open for high school students aged between 16 and 18 years at departure in January 2019.  These students will spend twelve months in an overseas country, attending school while living with several host families.  Applications close on 30 April and all the information can be found at
The Rotary Peace Centres announce the 2019 Rotary Peace Fellowship application has launched – go to the application page for more information and helpful tips.  This programme funds some of the world's most dedicated and brightest professionals to study at Rotary Peace Centres. Through training, study, and practice, Rotary Peace Fellows become leaders and catalysts for peace and conflict resolution; many go on to careers in national governments, NGOs, the military, law enforcement, and international organizations like the United Nations and World Bank.  Applications for the 2019-20 program are now being accepted and the deadline for applicants to submit applications to their district is 31 May.
Our 5 Minute Speaker this week was Rumbie Muzawazi from the Rotaract Club of Auckland City.  There are a number of Rotaractors heading off to Fiji to attend a conference and also to build and strengthen international relationships amongst other Rotaract Clubs.  With the help of the Fiji Rotaractors, they have been able to compile an itinerary which includes visiting an orphanage home, a rest home for the elderly and two primary schools, which still suffer the effects of Cyclone Winston since 2016. They hope to donate some basic goods to the orphanage and rest homes, and also seek out future project opportunities with the primary schools. If you would like to find out more information or receive the list of the goods they are hoping to donate, then please contact Jacqui in the office.
Then Sandra Grant spoke about the Sculptureum, her and her husband Anthony have created and opened to the public last year.  This project has been a labour of love for Anthony - from his initial vision, to purchasing the art and land and then the planning, so his dream became a reality.  Sculptureum is a world of art, food and wine, located a few minutes' drive from Matakana.  It is made up of three sculpture-filled gardens and six galleries – with art installations from all over the world and a vineyard, events space and restaurant and bar.  Works currently on display are made from rock, glass, wood, plaster, metal, concrete, plastic, clay, reconstituted stone, other materials, and mixtures of them.  For example, the pink snails are made from recycled plastic.  For more information about this incredible venue or to book tickets to visit, please go to the following link: