Rotary Meeting via Zoom
We held our second club meeting via zoom, as we slowly adapt to this new platform members joined via their mobile phone and iPad and also by their personal computer, we allowed time for members to experience the features offered on this site. It is possible to join without a camera, as long as you have audio speakers on your device you can listen and speak. A invitation link will be emailed out just like below and you can click on the link and join the meeting for free. Our Rotary Club Meetings for the foreseeable future will continue to be via ZOOM and as we move forward with the daily government announcements we can look at possibilities of how we continue with club meetings and service projects.
Our next meeting is on Monday May 11th via ZOOM
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.


Watch the Epidemic Response Committee live at 10am on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

The RSA and New Zealand Defence Force would like you to join and remember those who given their lives for our country. This is a time to pay respect and acknowledge the many thousands of our military people who are serving or have served, who are called upon to support New Zealand in times of war, conflict and disasters.

At 6:00 am on Saturday 25 April. Stand at your letterbox, at the front door, in your lounge rooms, balconies, in your driveway. Wherever you are in the world, stand with us and take a moment to remember our fallen – but please stay within your ‘bubble’.

FUNNY from the WEB....this is called the #FauciFacePalm Dr Anthony Fauci the US Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, he has been the trusted voice in the US in separating fact and fiction...
New Zealand will be at Alert Level 3 from Tuesday 28 April

The Golden Rules for life at Alert Level 3

  1. Stay home. If you are not at work, school, exercising or getting essentials then you must be at home, the same as at level 4.
  2. Work and learn from home if you can. We still want the vast majority of people working from home, and children and young people learning from home. At risk students and staff should also stay at home, and they will be supported to do so. Early learning centres and schools will physically be open for up to Year 10 for families that need them.
  3. Make your business covid-19 safe. Covid-19 has spread in workplaces, so the quid pro quo of being able to open is doing it in a way that doesn’t spread the virus.
  4. Stay regional. You can exercise at parks or beaches within your region, but the closer to home the better. Activities must be safe – keep 2 metres away from anybody not in your bubble. Make minimal trips.
  5. Keep your bubble as small as possible. If you need to, you can expand your bubble a small amount to bring in close family, isolated people or caregivers.
  6. Wash your hands often with soap. Then dry them. Cough and sneeze into your elbow.
  7. If you are sick, stay at home and quickly seek advice from your GP or Healthline about getting a test. There is no stigma to COVID-19. We will only be successful if everyone is willing to play their part in finding it wherever it is.
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.