Interesting Meetings
Thursdays at 7am for breakfast except first Thursday of month which is 6pm for dinner
Remuera Golf Club
120 Abbotts Way
Auckland,  1702
New Zealand
Upcoming Speakers
Hugh Russell-Scott & Val Lolohea
Mar 22, 2018
A personal profile and a Rotaract update
Parker Joyce
Mar 29, 2018
Mount Wellington Foundation Work
Sue Gardiner
Apr 05, 2018
Save Our Gallery
Events Overview
1 March:
Taveuni Island Trivia fundraiser - fundraiser for Waiyevo Hospital project
19 March:
Sub60 Golf Tournament - fundraiser for youth programmes
23-25 March:
Rotary Youth Programme of Enrichment camp
Latest News
Our Sub60 Golf Tournament took place today with many members assisting behind the scenes and others competing...
 We look forward to bringing you a full report of how it all went in the next bulletin.
Rotary Club of Somerville hosted a 'Women in Rotary High Tea' on Saturday, with a Hats and Handbags theme.  A glass of bubbles at the door set the tone (served by the only men at the event) as women arrived decked out in a huge variety of hats. 
A delightful celebration of women’s involvement in Rotary unfolded, with inspiring role models current DG (Malini), DG Elect (Ingrid), and past DG (Jennie) all present.  The request for attendees to bring a donation of good used hand bags and health and beauty items for ‘women in need’ was a great success, with a large pile of items amassed for Somerville to pass on.
Pictured: Robyn, Ruth (whose hat won a prize) and Michelle.

The highlight was Nanogirl Dr Michelle Dickinson (MNZM).  She has a high profile in NZ encouraging and advocating for girls (and minorities) to consider careers in Engineering and Science and for her crusade to bring the fun of science into primary schools and homes.  She is totally engaging as a speaker and her personal story is surprising and moving.  It was a privilege to celebrate the work of women in the community with such a motivated role model.
Well, what hasn’t Sang done? Sang took us on a global, whirlwind and humourous journey: NZ, USA, Korea, back to NZ.  But let’s first back up the truck…Sang arrived in NZ from Korea as a 7 year old who spoke absolutely no English.