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March 8 we mark International Women’s Day and it is now 32 years since Rotary International changed the constitution to enable women to join.  District 9910 was the first in New Zealand to have a female Governor and now, despite only being 27% of our membership, a third of our district roles are filled by women.
District 9910 had five students who all stayed overseas for their exchange year and are now back safe and sound.  Thanks to COVID 19 the students all experienced life in their host countries in different ways than they could ever have predicted.  We tell them it will be the experience of their lifetime - but this wasn't quite what we meant!  This is the first time in 60 years the Rotary Youth Exchange programme has been halted. Hopefully, Jan 2022 will see an outbound group but at this stage, it’s one day at a time.
Sandra Woods, D9910 RYE Chair
For an island surrounded by water, Rotary Nouméa Ouen Toro’s support for the children’s “Learn to Swim′′ programme is potentially life-saving.  
– from Jasmine Kiernan (2019/20 Governor Partner)
As I am not “working” during the 6 months or so that we have relocated from Norfolk Island to Auckland while doing our Club visits, I decided that I would like to spend my spare time doing a project that would raise funds for one of Rotary’s programs. 
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