Rotary Cambridge

 

 
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Welcome to Rotary Cambridge

Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 5:30 PM
Resthaven Community Centre
The Views on Vogel
4 Vogel St
Cambridge, Waikato  3434
New Zealand
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Achievement House offers part-time employment, volunteer and community participation opportunities to people with a disability.  Rotary Cambridge once again this year organised a Xmas party for Achievement House, and a great time was had by all, including our club members who attended.  This is now a regular event, having
With eleven amazing gardens, at least 1200 tickets sold, generous sponsorship and great weather, this year's festival was a blooming success. Community groups and charities from the Cambridge area will benefit from the proceeds. Organiser Carey Church, says feedback was really positive and with some great suggestions and ideas for next year, 2020 RotaryCambridge Garden Festivals will be bigger and brighter with some innovative changes. Mark it in your calendar now: Sunday November 22, 2020.
 
Rotary Cambridge has reluctantly decidedto stop publishing the annual CambridgeFindit  community directory. First published in 1992, the directory has raised more than $1.25 million dollars that has been distributed to various community groups and organisations.
The Rotary Club of Cambridge would like to thank everybody who has so generously supported our fundraising activities over the past year enabling us to support the listed organisations, groups and clubs.
During 2018, Days for Girls Cambridge are meeting on the first Wednesday afternoon of the month at 1pm at the Cambridge Bridge Club and also at 7pm on the first Thursday evening of the month, at the same venue. We bring our own sewing machines and sew there. Some members 
Rotary Cambridge is delighted with the use the Fitness Park is getting. Opened last year, the equipment is being used throughout the day. Designed for all ages and levels of fitness, the park in Thornton Road is proving to be the success that project coordinator Robyn Clark had hoped it would be.
We currently have about 55 members and our weekly meetings are held every Thursday evening. The meeting format is very welcoming with either a social time over a drink followed by a meal and an interesting speaker or, every alternate week we have a relaxed less structured meeting with snack food.
 
 
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Rotary Foundation Co-ordinator
Executive Secretary/Director