Welcome to the Rotary Club of Waikanae - Kapiti, New Zealand

Meeting - Wednesday 23 September CANCELLED
Do you want to make positive changes in your community and the world?
Our members are active business and community leaders who enjoy the fellowship of others,
who want to make a difference in their local community and who share a passion for service and friendship.
Club News
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Rotary National Science and Technology Forum is a 2 week live in programme for outstanding Year 12 students, held in January each year and based in Auckland.
 
Lifting the Lid - Suicide Awareness Project
 
Waikanae Rotarians Lifting the Lid BBQ at Paraparaumu College
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Waikanae Rotarians  (L to R) Graham Oliver, John Skene and David Bruce at the Lifting the Lid BBQ at Paraparaumu College.

Waikanae Rotary Club support Nga Manu Sanctuary with new signs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(L to R) President Robert Nugent, Rotarian David Bruce (Project Manager), Past President Steve Botica and Nga Manu Reserve Manager Matu Booth at one of two new signs provided by Rotary.

 

Waikanae Rotary assists with annual food bank appeal.

 
Lucy Goldman  Matched Twin exchange Student helps with Foodbank Collection
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Lucy Goldman  Matched Twin Exchange student from Glenn Innes NSW helps with Foodbank Collection at Countdown Waikanae.

Waikanae Rotary & Waikanae School - Joint Project

Waikanae School challenged students and parents to commit to healthy habits by adopting a Rotary program called Healthy Heroes 

The Te Aramoana syndicate (about 120 students) have incorporated the nine week programme of 5 daily challenges, into their term 3 and 4 curriculum.

The goal of the programme is to build five habits for life: regular physical activity, healthy eating, adequate sleep, a lively mind and concern for others.

Points are scored and achievements are being recognised during the 9 weeks with completion certificates and tee shirts being awarded at the end

Rotary spokesman Robert Nugent said the Waikanae Rotary Club approached the school to run the programme again this year having first run it in 2015.  “Rotary’s role is to provide assistance to implement the programme including workbooks, certificates, tee shirts and other incentive prizes for the participating students.”

Syndicate teacher Paul Hammond is the driving force behind running it at Waikanae, he said. Mr Nugent said the programme had the effect of spreading to the whole family of a student taking part, as the healthy habits are committed to by the parents and made a part of a family’s routine.

Waikanae Rotary Club president Steve Botica said the club is committed to running this successful and proven programme within the school

“We see a real benefit for the kids and parents and it fits very nicely with Rotary’s philosophy and focus on youth”.

Club Information

Visitors welcome

We meet In Person
Wednesdays
Cedarwood
17 Parata St
Waikanae,  5036
New Zealand
We meet at 6 pm every Wednesday except for the first Wednesday of each month. Please phone Graham 04 905 2626 by 5 pm Monday for catering purposes if you're attending on that Wednesday