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Mission Statement

To foster the Rotary International theme, "Service Above Self"

To maintain good fellowship within the Club and ensure all visitors are made welcome.

Encourage the Rotary principle of "Service above Self" by active involvement within the local and international community, through charitable and fund raising projects.


 
Club President Liz Koh

The Rotary Club of Kapiti

District 9940 Paraparaumu New Zealand
P O Box 1406, Paraparaumu Beach New Zealand, 5252

Where We Meet

The Rotary Club of Kapiti meets every Thursday at 6:00pm for 6:25pm meal at the Senior Citizens Hall, 45 Ocean Road, Paraparaumu Beach (Map)
Visiting Rotarians, friends, and guests always welcome.

 

Rotary Club of Kapiti is for active business and community leaders who enjoy the fellowship of others and who want to make a difference in their local community.

Rotary is a global organisation with around 1.2 million members in 34,000 clubs. Rotarians are people who:

  • Get involved with their communities
  • Connect with other professionals
  • Share their time & experience with young people
  • Support global causes, such as eradicating polio
  • Use their skills to help others

Rotarians adopt the principle of “Service Above Self” by being actively involved within the local and international community, through charitable and fund raising projects.

Local Dentist Improves Health In Fiji

From the left is Dr Johnston Luen, Pukehohe; Dr Gary Lawrence, Kapiti; Dr Ray Joe; Auckland; and Dr Helen Cornwall, Wanaka.

Over the past six years, well-known Raumati dental surgeon Dr Gary Lawrence, has travelled to the island of Taveuni in Fiji along with three Rotary dentists from other parts of New Zealand, to provide much needed care at no cost to the island population.

They work long hours every day, except for those on which they are travelling to and from Fiji.

The three others are Drs Johnston Luen, Ray Joe, and Helen Cornwall.

Dr Lawrence bought his Raumati dental practice 35 years ago, and first gained knowledge of the critical need for dental assistance in the Fiji Islands through his Rotary Club of Kapiti connections.

This dentistry quartet returned in September from their Taveuni Island biennial visit, having administered 420 examinations; 905 tooth fillings; and 190 extractions, over a period of two weeks.

Their efforts in the commencement of school education in oral hygiene, together with an infection control protocol, has significantly reduced the overall tooth decay problem on the island very significantly.

A worrying overall dental problem in one area was discovered during this trip, where there were 6 children with 10 cavities.

This discovery was most disheartening, and remedial measures were put into place in an endeavour to educate the children to adhere to hygiene routines.

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Invitation to come along and hear about Youthquest, learn how it works and meet some of the graduates
 
 


Thursday 20 November at 7:15
Senior Citizens Centre, Ocean Road
Paraparaumu

RSVP by Monday 17 November to president@kapiti-rotary.org.nz 
 
   
Trailer Raffle Winning Ticket!!!
 
Ben Hoyle
Free Ambulance Donation

The 2014 winning ticket number for the Rotary Club of Kapiti Trailer Raffle is 5363.

This has been verified by Rt. Chief Inspector Vic Hewson.

Congratulations to the winner.
 
The First 25 Years
Rotary Club of Kapiti The First 25 Years

This publication is a summary of the Rotary Club of Kapiti's history commemorating the first twenty-five years . The First 25 Years
 

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