Rotary Meeting via Zoom
Fantastic to see everyone who joined us tonight, thank you to Clyde, John Buck and Jean-Paul and Bernie for joining us, these members shared their lockdown experience, we also heard from President Elect Paul Higson regarding planning for the next Rotary year, a PDF and power-point presentation President Paul shared with us this evening has been shared with members by email. We all look forward to facing the new challenges and joining service projects in this new environment.
Our next meeting is on Monday May 25th via ZOOM this meeting will be our annual business meeting. 
For those who are new to join zoom, a link like the following will be emailed to members, you can still join without a camera as long as you have audio speakers you will be able to hear us.
Bevan Rakoia is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Rotary Otumoetai Club Meeting
Time: *** **, 2020 06:00 PM Auckland, Wellington
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: *** **** ****
Password: ******


Club Meetings - Club meetings at our normal venue have been suspended until June 2020, we continue to use ZOOM. Instructions to join the meeting will be emailed out in the previous week.


Loose Foreign Currency
Do you have any loose change from recent or past visits overseas? We may have enough foreign currency to pool together for a possible project. If you have any let Paul Noonan know.
Sure am looking forward to a professional haircut during level 2...

Moving to Alert Level 2

The Government has announced New Zealand will move from Alert Level 3 to Alert Level 2 at 11.59pm on Wednesday 13 May. Until then we are still in Alert Level 3.

Temporary limits on gathering numbers will be in place when we first move to Alert Level 2.

Cabinet will review Alert Level 2 restrictions on Monday 25 May.

Play it safe

You will have more freedom of movement at Alert Level 2, but it’s up to each one of us to keep the rest of New Zealand safe.

These are the most important things that you can do:

  • COVID-19 is still out there. Play it safe.
  • Keep your distance from other people in public.
  • If you’re sick, stay home. Don’t go to work or school. Don’t socialise.
  • If you have symptoms of cold or flu call your doctor or Healthline and get tested.
  • Wash your hands. Wash your hands. Wash your hands.
  • Sneeze and cough into your elbow, regularly disinfect surfaces.
  • If you have been told to self-isolate you must do so immediately.
  • Keep a track of where you’ve been and who you’ve seen.

Life at Alert Level 2

Life at Alert Level 2 means we can resume many of our everyday activities — but we have to do so safely.

  • Most businesses can open if they can do it safely. This will help to get people back to work.
  • We can go in-store at local businesses.
  • Tertiary education facilities, schools and early learning centres will be open.
  • We can travel between regions.
  • Initially gatherings like weddings, funerals, tangihanga, religious ceremonies and social gatherings can have up to 10 people.
  • We can safely connect and socialise with close friends and family, in groups of 10.
  • We can visit local cafes and restaurants bars and pubs to have a meal.
  • We can return to our regular recreation activities, at first keeping to 10 people.
More Information
Meetings each second and fourth Monday of the month – 6p.m. via online webinar site ZOOM.  There will be no meeting on public holidays, and these dates will have been rescheduled in the same month.   All guest are welcome to join, please contact a club officer to confirm such dates.