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Downtown Auckland (Inc)

Established in 1984, we are a dynamic and vibrant Rotary Club

We meet Tuesdays at 7:20 AM
Northern Club
19 Princes Street
Auckland,  1010
New Zealand
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LATEST NEWS
Yacht Meet-up, First Meeting @ Northern Club, Registration & Other Useful Info for 2019
 
The Noticeboard will be on a break for the next 5 weeks. However, the latest activities planned for 2019 will still be posted on the website, so make sure to check it out to stay up to date.
 
To ease our way in the New Year, our first Rotary meet-up will be on luxury yacht The Savoy on 22 January 2019. Come join us for a casual get together with wine & nibbles, good conversations and fun. There are limited seats left so please go onto Clubrunner to register attendance to avoid disappointment.
 
We will begin our regular breakfast meeting at the Northern Club from 5th February, 2019. Stay tune for more information about the Speakers for the day.
 
We are going to start trialing Club Meeting Registration via club runner for our 5th February meeting. As with all other Rotary events, you will receive an email from Lucy (sent out by Dan) which will provide you with the meeting details. There will be a link for you to "accept/decline" attendance through your email. Please look out for an email notice mid January. Alternatively, you can go online to our Club website to register yourself and guests. 
 
 
On 29th May, Past President Gill announced "Mal's Challenge" to our Club and his desire to help build up our Club Trust by an additional $100,000!  
Read more to find out why and how you can help make this happen by 31 March, 2019.
 
Bryan & Sue Coyte's daughter gave birth to healthy twin boys on 23 November - making Bryan and Sue lucky grandparents of two more additions to the family. Make sure to ask to see photos of the gorgeous babies and congratulate them for being “grandparents extraordinaire”. 
Child and adolescent mental health is a very serious problem in NZ. New Zealand has the highest rate of teenage suicides amongst all OECD countries.
 
Led by our Champion Graham Hendry, we are striving to support positive change by funding programmes that give clinicians access to the best practise solutions to help with their diagnosis and treatment.