Bulletin February 2015
I look forward to seeing you all at our first club meeting on Wednesday 4th February.
We have Liz Jamieson speaking. Liz is expected to be an engaging and inspirational speaker. Husbands, partners and friends are most welcome to attend so let Patricia know by Sunday 31st if you have guests attending. Dinner starts at 6.45 pm.
What’s on in February
4 February: Club meeting
11 February: BPW Franklin movie fundraiser for Relay for Life 7.00
Pukekohe Cinema 3 The Theory of Everything
16 February: Board meeting
19 February: Meetings of all committees, Pizza Box Papakura.
Club Meeting February 42015 Longford Park
6.15 for a 6.45 dinner.
Speaker: Liz Jamieson-Hastings:
That Liz Jamieson-Hastings is sane, sober and still standing is a miracle. At 21 she was a hopeless alcoholic; now she is a respected counsellor, decorated for her services to the community, which include substance abuse programmes in schools, prisons and even the US Navy. Her inspirational story is one of privilege and social advantage preceding a spectacular fall from grace. Liz will bring with her copies of her fascinating book Still Standing: From Debutante to Detox
Husbands, partners and friends are very welcome to join us for this meeting.
Board meeting notes:
The club subscription remains the same as for last year - $190.00. This is now payable.
- Zonta International has refreshed the Zonta brand identity. The refreshed theme is Empowering Women through Service and Advocacy. See www.zonta.org for full details
- We will be trialing a new room set-up for the meeting in February
- Mariee Hawkins has accepted the club invitation to join Friends of Zonta.
- If any guest you bring to a club meeting might be interested in becoming a member, please introduce her to Julie at the start of the meeting.
On October 19 a group of members gathered to plant a tree in Bruce Pulman Park in Takanini, in memory of club member Lynette Jones, who died last year. The Rev Joy Glaysher, a Friend of Zonta and a past president, officiated at the ceremony.
61st Zonta International Convention 2012
Zonta South Auckland's own member Maureen Heine became District 16 (NZ’s) Governor at our 2012 Convention held in Torino, Italy. Governor Maureen wears the kakahu proudly representing New Zealand Zontians. Zonta South Auckland congratulates Maureen on her high achievement and service with distinction to women both locally and globally.
Zonta Celebration Dinner in Auckland Saturday 18th August, 2012. Governor Maureen Heine with District 16 secretary Pauline Maddock
International President Lynn McKenzie
Congratulations, Lynn, from the Zonta Club of South Auckland on becoming the first NZ Zontian International President. We are very proud of your prestigious achievement and wish you all the very best for the coming biennium. View here.