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||The Kiwanis Club of
Mount Roskill is 50 years old in 2019!
||To celebrate, a luncheon will be held on
Sunday, 19 May in the Onehunga R.S.A. Princes Street, Onehunga
at 12:00. Tickets are NZ$40.00 and cover your meal, some wine
on the tables and chance to win a fabulous holiday. Order your
tickets from Bob Reay at
firstname.lastname@example.org or on +64(9)9632553
Our district has a new
Circle-K club - The Circle-K Club of the Université de Nouméa, Nouvelles
This is the first Circle-K club in our district. Circle-K
clubs are designed for university students and are adapted for the needs and
interests for this age group.
||Our District is
50 years old in 2019!
To mark this anniversary, the commemorative logo seen here
has been created. This can be downloaded by clubs, bulletin
editors and members to use on advertising, momentos, web pages,
etc. The logo and instructions for using it can be found on the
||At the first district convention, held in
Auckland New Zealand on 3 May, 1969, Goveror John Griffen presented
the New Zealand Provisional District Certificate to the
This is the culmination of a multi-year project for the
Kiwanis Club of Matamata. The club has put more than 700 man-hours
into restoring the town's oldest cemetary. You can find out about the
project and see the amazing transformation on the
club projects web page at
The Kiwanis Club of Port Vila
features in Kiwanis Magazine.
Our district's club in Vanuatu scored a feature article in Kiwanis
International's magazine, June/July 2018 edition. Read all about the
amazing work of the Kiwanis Club of Port Vila in this small developing nation
here (on page 18).
The packing of the container of books and other
goods sent to Vanuatu at the end of 2015 and the distribution of the goods in
Vanuatu was filmed.
You can watch the video on YouTube here.
Our thanks to the students and teachers of Kristin School in
Auckland who filmed and produced the video.
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