New Zealand Club Bannerettes

Visits to New Zealand Rotary Clubs

New Zealand Rotary

 Wendy and husband Kevin spent 4 weeks in New Zealand during autumn 2009. Whilst there they took the opportunity to visit 5 Rotary Clubs and presented our bannerettes to them. They returned with 4 bannerettes each and approximately 1700 photos !

Wendy presented the bannerettes to Club President Graham.Bannerrettes
 The bannerettes are from (in order of visiting) :


Ahuriri (Napier), North Island : Ahuriri is Maori for Napier. The picture is Captain Cooks boat which was marooned for several months in Hawkes Bay, and a Maori face.

Wellington, North Island : One of their members visited this District and Rotary Club of Carlisle when he was a GSE team leader. He remembered Carlisle

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