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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 ROTARY TO SUPPORT
RELAY FOR LIFE

Liz Koh & Rod Lingard

Dr. Ken Milne Rotary’s support of Relay for life.

The Rotary Club of Kapiti has once again made a commitment to support Relay for life early in the New Year.

Speaking on this subject at a recent Rotary meeting, Rotarian Ken Milne described the beginnings of this idea to raise money for cancer world-wide.

In May 1985, Dr. Gordon Klatt, colorectal surgeon from Tacoma Washington State USA, decided to raise money to fight cancer in memory of a young man who had recently died of cancer, by walking or running for 24 hours at his local university athletics track. His initial effort raised US$27,000.

Since then, this initiative has grown exponentially, and spread throughout 22 countries, and has now raised in excess of $5 Billion. Unfortunately, Dr. Klatt died in August of this year from stomach cancer, but until the end he continued raising money for the cause.

“The Kapiti event was an outstanding success last year, and walkers from all over the Kapiti District, representing many organizations and schools, participated in raising a substantial sum for cancer support in the local Kapiti community at the Paraparaumu Domain” said Dr Milne.

The next Kapiti Relay for Life event is expected to be held in February 2015.

Worldwide First For Expressway
 
Kapiti Workmanship Awards

A worldwide first is claimed by the M2PP Alliance who are in the process of constructing the Mackays to Peka Peka Expressway through the Kapiti Coast.

In delivering a fascinating address ...
 
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Landscape Design  Success
 
Ben Hoyle
Free Ambulance Donation

At a recent meeting of the Kapiti Rotary Club, local Kapiti resident Ben Hoyle delivered an intriguing address to a large and interested audience.

Mr Hoyle commenced his career on the Kapiti Coast in 1998 following his graduation with a Diploma in Horticulture, and has consistently exhibited ...
 
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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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