East Coast Bays Rotary meets every Monday at 5.30pm at the Pupuke Golf Club, East Coast Road, Campbells Bay. It’s a great venue overlooking the Gulf with plenty of parking and we enjoy an excellent meal.  We welcome new members, so why not come along and make some new friends.  We also have many fun social events during the year, and lasting friendships are made with like-minded people. .  If you would like to help make a difference, then let us know using the contact form on this page.  More...

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Earlier this month members of our club met with Juliet Tweed from the Well Foundation to handover 100 beautiful pairs of booties and 100 beanies which had been painstakingly made by our team of knitters. This was our East Coast Bays gift to mums and their precious babies as part of our 100 Years of Rotary in New Zealand celebrations. Juliet will pass the gift on to The Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU) at North Shore Hospital and the very tiny sets will be sent to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.(NICU) at Auckland Hospital.
It is great to see our donations in use and helping the Mums and Babies in our community.
Kimberley gave birth to her daughter Isla via emergency C-section, 8 weeks early in August this year. Just days later New Zealand moved to Alert Level 4 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Still recovering herself, Kimberley felt anxious about unexpectedly caring for her baby in the Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU) and about being able to provide breast milk to feed her beautiful new baby girl.
To celebrate Rotary Alumni Reconnect week, tonight we caught up with 10 past inbound Rotary Exchange Students that our club has hosted.
We shared video messages from around the world, Finland, France, Chile, USA, Switzerland, Denmark and Cambodia. We were fortunate enough to also have 2 past students from Austria and Switzerland join us in our zoom meeting.
It was a real pleasure to have Pauline Grogan speak at our meeting last Monday. Pauline is remarkable individual who has had a significant impact on many people. She shared with us details of her latest project 'My Music Ignites My Soul'
It was great to have Natasha our 2020 outbound International Youth Exchange (IYE) student join us at our meeting this week.
Natasha shared her Taiwanese exchange story with us.
Although 2020 was hit with COVID, Natasha was able to complete her year exchange without too much disruption.
We recently held our annual inter-school debate. It was a spirited and lively debate and it was great to see the students of Rangitoto College and Pinehurst School actively expressing arguments for and against the moot 'That this house will require students of public schools to get the COVID19 vaccine once offered".
The 2021 winner of the Whiro Whiro award was Rangitoto College. Congratulations!
This week was our annual 'Trees for Survival' planting with students from Murrays Bay Primary School.
27 students their teacher Matt, two parents, 8 Rotarians, 8 volunteers and Frankie (Trees for Survival Field Officer) - planted 1,020 plants on the property of Ray & Jude in quick time.
East Coast Bays

East Coast Bays Rotary

We meet In Person
Mondays at 6:00 PM
231 East Coast Road
Mairangi Bay
Auckland,  0620
New Zealand
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