Sunday, November 4, 2012

Bulletin 2nd November

ROTARY CLUB OF RUTHERFORD, NELSON
BULLETIN NO. 15 - FOR MONDAY 5TH NOVEMBER, 2012 5:30PM FOR 6 PM START MONDAY AT FERN LODGE, PRINCE ALBERT HOTEL …. NILE STREET
DUTIES:
Room Setup: Jim B. Apologies now to Barrie Whyte Reception: Ian C.
Sergeant: Bill D.
Members 2 Minutes: Jeff D.
Speaker’s Host: Keith R.
Vote of Thanks: Russell S.
Parting Thought: Graham S.
( If not able to be there please arrange a swap or replacement )
President: Mike Norton Secretary: Barry Blommaart Treasurer-Editor: Denis Daly SPEAKER THIS WEEK : Dr Carl Hellyer - subject to be advised FUTURE EVENTS …….. PLEASE SUPPORT # Santa Shed - Plumbing & electrical , creation of a "station stop" and labour will be needed – Graham Shirley & Mike Ballard in charge of this-Roller door has now been offered and this project gets going pretty soon.
# Thurs 8 Nov. …. CarFit Clinic cancelled due to lack of response
# Sat 10 Nov. …. Big Beach Clean Up as per Barry’s 13/10/12 Memo.
( Oxidation Ponds to The Glen , like last time ) Mike B. is
co -ordinating Labour, let him know you are available
# Sun 2 Dec. …. Santa Festival -- not that far away chaps !!
RYLA COURSE -- Reminder – we have one position available for this leadership course – see Barry B’s 13th Oct E-mail Memo for the attached full information. Everyone was sent this. The Course is being held 20-25 January at College House, Uni of Canterbury, same as last year.( We then sent Aleisha Shutte who later came and spoke to us about that experience) WE NEED APPLICATIONS FROM PEOPLE WITH LEADERSHIP POTENTIAL - between ages 18 and 24. LAST WEEK: If you didn’t come to last week’s meeting to hear Lance Heger and to see his film made in Greenland, then it was your loss. Lance is a relaxed and informative speaker who spent his time there on behalf of Sealord, and his film was a real eye-opener to those of us who have never been there. Talk about a small ice-infested anchorage full of little fishing boats, the classic "little boxes on the hillside" arrayed in a kaleidoscope of colour, and the "cold" of the place, it really came home to you. You had 24 hours of daylight fantastic light effects, large icebergs popped up all over the place, and that was in a normal working day. Special people had to be living and fishing etc and existing in that rock and snow land.

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