Welcome to District 9920 - part of Auckland and the Pacific

 
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We are - people of action
Ainie  Kwok of St Johns Rotary was approached by Taupaki School Fundraising Committee to assist them with some branding for the apron and cookbook “GATHER” that the school has undertaken.
 
She encouraged Nicola Topping, the food stylist, photographer and coordinator of the project to approach their local Rotary Club, Waiuku, to see if the Club can assist in anyway with the project. Much to the delight of fundraising committee, Rotary Club of Waiuku, through member Craig Walker, gave them seed money to get the project underway.
The Rotary E-Club 9920 Francophone continues to be extremely active on a global basis and as a participant within the Rotary Foundation Global Grant structure. 
 
Here Past President Dr. Jean-Louis Nguyen (on the right) attended the opening of a newly equipped laboratory for malarial research at the Institute of Molecular Medicine (IMM) in Lisbon.  The Grant for the “Eradicate Malaria” project from The Rotary Foundation was for USD161,000 with the Host Club being the Rotary Club of Oeiras and the International Partner club being the Rotary E-Club 9920 Francophone.
Family.  We want our children to enjoy happy, productive lives.  As parents and family members we want to be able to enjoy getting out with our children and family to play and learn, to take part in what our community has to offer and to be able to contribute back in some way.  For some this is unfortunately a challenge.
 
Kidney failure is not just a personal tragedy, it affects everyone associated with the affected person and is a disease that can affect people of all ages, including children.
"Waiheke Island".  The name conjures up so much that is great;  Waiheke Island is a diverse community with so many cultures represented and is a destination for all of Auckland and beyond. 

On Sunday evening 22 October, at The Batch Winery, the Waiheke Rotary club celebrated its 20th anniversary. With past and present members and guests attending, along with District Governor Malini Raghwan, a very enjoyable night of comparisons of eras was had to the jazz tunes by Paul TT. 
Picture this…Thousands of rubber ducks racing through the rapids at Vector Wero Whitewater Park. Race divisions include: Schools, Businesses and General public. Get your duck (or ducks) now for this quacky and fun event!
 
Quack, quack - The Great Auckland Duck Race is Sunday November 12, 2017, 8am to 12pm; a family-friendly festival and fundraiser. Partnering with Rotary Club of Manurewa-Takinini, Rotary Remuera will raise money for the Life Education Trust and other great charities. This is a great opportunity to come together to support the important work of the Life Education Trust – educating and empowering children to make healthy choices for full and healthy lives.
 
There will be FOUR Races
1) Business Duck Race
2) School Race: local schools are offered free ducks to decorate and race
3) Ray White Race: 65 Ray White offices are competing each with their own decorated duck
4) Everybody Race: 5,000 little yellow numbered ducks will be released into the rapids at the same time.
 
 
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