If you would like to know more
about the Rotary Club of Taradale, and perhaps enquire about joining
the Club, then please ring the President at
Rotary Club of
The Rotary Club of Taradale,
in lockdown for the duration of the
Message from President
we are all in lock down and quickly learning to cope with what
is a new experience for many of us. I have bought paint,
building materials and other items so I can do all those jobs
around the house that I never seem to have had time for, or more
truthfully made time for.
the Napier Presidents met with AG Gary Hemmings last week
together with DGs elect Grant Spackman and Ross Pinkham. All
agreed that the main thing we can do at this time is to keep our
communication channels open. Bob and Janey have a come up with
a bulletin format and this will be be sent to all members on a
regular basis. If you have a contribution for the bulletin,
please send to Bob and Janey, maybe tips on how to cope in
trying times or an interesting story that you have heard. I
have also asked Directors to keep in contact with their
committee members and all members are welcome to contact me.
board will continue to manage the business of the club, albeit
in a different way. Lastly, if you need help, please ask, often
we are good at offering help, but not always willing to ask.
Please let me or a board member know if there is something that
you would like help with. Please also let us know if you are
available to offer help. With a small pool of members, I am
sure we can cover most requests.
safe, keep in contact and good luck as you manage your lock
The last activity the Club undertook before
being closed down was the annual Puketapu Auction and Fair (known as PAF).
Taradale Town Hall
The Town Hall is an attractive assembly hall
available for use by the local and wider Hawkes Bay community.
Hire the Hall
Puketapu Auction and Fair
The Club holds an annual Auction
and Fair (PAF) on the property of Roger Alexander at Puketapu. For more
information click the following link
The Trust supports the education and training
of therapist and nursing staff working with children and youth in Hawke’s Bay in
co-operation with the HBDHB. To learn about the Club's involvement in this
Dolbel Reserve is a passive Council
Recreation Park of some 18ha on the Western Hills of Taradale.
Memorial Education Trust.
Kelvin Tremain Memorial Education
Trust administers a fund for the benefit of students NZ wide and can partner
with other similar trusts globally.
For details of how to make
an application for KTMET funding, click here.