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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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UPCOMING SPEAKERS
No breakfast meeting
Jun 25, 2019
Please Attend 29 Jun Changeover Party
Kristin Darragh
Jul 02, 2019
Mezzo soprano opera singer.
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Jul 16, 2019
 
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LATEST NEWS
Greetings from RI Convention in Hamburg Germany!
  
 
Mark & Margaret Jenkins arrived to Hamburg on Saturday 1st June and have had a full schedule including attending the Welcome Reception at the grand Chamber of Commerce Building, sight seeing on the Elbe followed by the Opening Ceremony & presentation of the country flags, various speakers at the General Session who spoke about leadership and some good ideas for Rotary.  Mark is our Club's delegate representative and I'm sure he'll have lots to share with us upon his return.
 
 
We extend our heartfelt sympathy to Des Trigg and his family as they remember their dearly beloved son-in-law Stephen Sullivan (fondly referred to as "Sully"). 
 
Sully was diagnosed in April with a very rare brain disease (Creutzfeldt Jacobs Disease) and was given only months to live. The family were lucky for Sully to be able to walk his daughter Elyse down the aisle to wed James in May.
 
A memorial service will be held at 2pm on Friday June 7th at Dills Funeral Parlour, 235 Schnapper Rock Road, North Shore. 
 
We send Des, Lorraine, and especially his daughter Toni and granddaughter Elyse our deepest sympathies and wishes for strength during this time of grief and loss. 
On 21st May, Karen demonstrated how to make 7 different Asian inspired goodies (Asian fish cakes, prawn wontons, Vietnamese cha ca fish noodles, Carmelised pork & grilled pineapple/veggies w/ coconut rice amongst others) to 22 of our Downtowners, family & friends. 
Many thanks to Karen & Grant Hally for also generously donating $400 from the event to KiwiHarvest. 
 
 
Twenty-five Downtowners and friends attended a delicious "US War History Dinner Club Meeting" held at Rydges Hotel
to listen to member Simon Walton share his experience of travelling around the US visiting historical war sights.
 
In addition to great food and conviviality, the group raised $2,500 for KiwiHarvest.
 
Great job Simon & KiwiHarvest Champion Keith, and to the members who supported this fundraising fellowship event.