Welcome to District 9910

Are you an established professional who wants to make positive changes in your community and the world? Our club members are dedicated people who share a passion for community service and friendship. Becoming a Rotarian connects you with a diverse group who share your drive to give back.
Home Page Stories
 This month Governor Jerry and his wife were in Vanuatu. Jerry and Fay visited Rotary projects, like water tank projects which included water to kindergartens.
They visited Coolridge Kindergarten where Fay presented some reading resources. Principal Rosina has 135 students aged 3 to 5. They were welcomed with two songs and beaming smiles. They appreciated the learning resources.

Governor Jerry Norman took office as the Governor of Rotary District 9910 on Sunday July 1 at the District Changeover at Milford Primary School.

Governor Jerry was born in the Far North and was educated at Ngataki Primary School, Te Kao High and Kaitaia College. He went on to become a primary school teacher and continued to work in the education sector until his retirement from the Ministry of Education at the end of June this year.

Rotary International President-elect Barry Rassin laid out his vision for the future of the organization on Sunday, calling on leaders to work for a sustainable future and to inspire Rotarians and the community at large.
RI Convention
Unforgettable moments are made at our convention, a place where the Rotary spirit fills the air with a level of energy and enthusiasm you can’t find anywhere else. This is the event where we unite and take action to create true and lasting change in the world. Discover the unique blend of historical and contemporary culture that makes Hamburg such a distinctive place. A flourishing city with friendly people and an array of entertainment options, this beautiful port city is the perfect setting for a memorable experience.
District Sponsors
Rotary Down Under magazine

It’s no secret that Rotarians are good at Doing Good in the World … well, no secret among Rotarians at least. What Rotarians are historically not so good at, is promoting that good to the world. We can be so focused on the doing, that we forget about the telling … not to boast, but to raise awareness of the wonderful work we do and attract potential new members so we can continue that wonderful work well into the future. In the March Rotary Down Under magazine there are many inspiring stories from clubs that are not only Doing Good in the World, but also doing good at telling the world about it. And if you would like to send your story about doing good in the world please email editorial@rotarydownunder.com.au

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