Bulletin 26 April 16
With President Ian away on holiday, President Elect, Andrew Wylie stepped up to practice for next year and welcomed tonight’s guests from visiting Rotary Clubs of Waitara and Stratford.
Mick O’Connor is custodian of the Vera Lynn concert tickets while President Ian is on holiday.
Tonight’s soap by Richard Hodges was a reflection on ANZAC Day and all it means in that with all the wars there have been, “is it any better” was the question left with us all with respect to today’s global issues
Tonight’s guest was Ram Adhar Kapar, a Nepalese gentleman who came along as a follow up to Barrie Smith’s presentation earlier this year. Ram gave us an audio visual presentation on the aims and work of the Rural Community Development in Nepal and explained its many functions and goals which been recently increased many fold with the earthquake and the aftermath. Barrie hopes to visit Nepal later in the year with a pledge from the Rotary Clubs in Taranaki that we can help in some way.
Our parting thought by Mark Wilson:-
“The stars are constantly shining but often we do not see them until the dark hours”