UKUNDA COAST KENYA
Over the past two days Gosford North & Kincumber Rotarians visited three schools to deliver Days for Girls Menstrual Hygiene education. 200 Days for Girls washable hygiene kits were gifted to school girls. The aim of the program is to keep girls in school to finish their education during menses. Sen here in the photos are Rotarian Tina Latham from the Rotary Club of Kincumber.
EXCHANGE STUDENT NEWS
20 Guests in all came to hear Filippas presentation plus many club members which filled the meeting room to overflowing. Our youngest guest was Addison who is just 5. Filippa gave the group an outline of who she is, where she comes from and her family. After the presentation all the guests joined us for dinner in the bistro. It was a good night that also demonstrated how we can deal with larger numbers at the Hotel.
Thank you to the host families that have supported the Youth Exchange program.
OUR PRESIDENT FOR 2016 – 2017 JOHN HEUSTON was handed over the Presidency by Immediate PP Dave Richardson but before doing so Dave presented the latest PAUL HARRIS FELLOW Ron Nicole with his award. Congratulations President John and Ron for his wonderful well deserved award. Link to more photos
SEPTEMBER is BASIC EDUCATION AND LITERACY MONTH previously known as New Generations month. The New Generations initiative seeks to involve young people in Rotary service. Here are several ways your club can participate in New Generations Month, direct from the new http://www.rotary.org web site. Leadership is an essential aspect of Rotary – and we offer both clubs and programmes to help emerging leaders develop their skills. Through these groups, participants strengthen their leadership skills, serve their communities, increase their world understanding, build friendships, and more.
GOSFORD CITY MARKETS every second SUNDAY
LOOK OUT……..for the Kincumber Rotary club members at the Gosford City Markets – the Club supports many different charities.
Pictured: Tina’s Sunday tent home, Two young customers checking out the stickers, and Mary Poppins ready for take off.
GRAFFITI REMOVAL ACTION
Volunteers from our club removing Graffiti from the Kincumber Avoca area. They donned caps, overalls and armed with a pressure washer, hose, power cords,chemicals, gloves etc they set to work. A job well done. Thank you Fraser McBride for organising this clean up.
If you see any graffiti you can take a photo and report it to VANDAL TRAK
FOUR VILLAGES WALK website www.fourvillageswalk.com
Kincumber Rotary is happy to welcome new members. The club meets at The Kincumber Hotel on a Monday night at 6.30pm. Please come and enjoy dinner on us, listen to very interesting guest speakers and meet new friends. If you would like to attend a meeting contact Sandy Hunt-Sharman 0408 944102
Kincumber Rotary club meet every MONDAY at KINCUMBER HOTEL
Carrak Road, KINCUMBER
6.30PM FOR 7.00PM
Sandy Hunt-Sharman 0408 944102