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  • 1 May 2021 9:17 AM | Michelle Atkinson (Administrator)

    The Photo Competition held late in 2020 was a huge success bringing together a large collection of photos of Inner Wheel New Zealand members in action.

    The category winners were:

    Sharing Friendship

    1st – IW Club  Mt Roskill – Walking in the Rain  2nd – IW Club Avonhead –   IW Walkers in Waimate 3rd – IW Club Auckland East – Garden Ramble Smelling the Roses

    Women in Action

    1st – IW Club Auckland East – District Pink Ribbon   2nd – IW Club Riccarton – Breast Cancer Appeal 3rd – IW Club Motueka – You Should Have seen The Size of It


    1st – IW Club Howick – Nov 20 New Members  2nd – IW Club Tawa Membership Drive

    3rd – IW Club Motueka– Smile For The Camera


    1st – IW Club Blenheim – Honorary Member 2nd – IW Club Aotea Auckland Celebrations

    3rd – IW Club Riccarton – Cure Kids4 Fashion Show

    Service through friendship

    1st – IW Club Matamata – Bunny Girls  2nd – IW Club Aotea Auckland – Service Through Friendship

    3rd – IW Club Howick – Pink Ribbon Walk

  • 5 Apr 2021 6:38 PM | Anthony Smith (Administrator)

    IW Club of Auckland East President Sue Beattie and ISO Jo Emerson recently presented, on behalf of their club, sanitary products and bras (thank you Operation Uplift) to Tamaki College and Glen Innes Primary School.

  • 7 Nov 2020 4:34 PM | Anthony Smith (Administrator)

    Okay … we need to promote Inner Wheel and showcase our successes, fun, friendship and food.

    Highlighting us having a connection and having an enjoyable time doing it! We want to use these on

    our Facebook Page, Flyers and Posters to promote our Clubs, who we are and what we are giving our time to!

    5 Categories For Entry:

    • Sharing Friendship
    • Women In Action
    • Service through Friendship
    • Membership
    • Celebrations

    Download the Information sheet for lots of inspiration and ideas to help you create some great photos for the competition.

    All entries to be emailed to : by Midnight Friday 4th December.

    Make sure you include on your entry: Your Name, Your Club Name and which Category you want the photo to be considered for.

    * Ensure you ask all people that they are happy for their image to be used in IW Publicity and Promotion. All entries may be used for IWNZ media.

    * Entries only accepted from IWNZ Members to be considered for prizes.

    * Prizes will be posted to winners (within NZ only)

    * Winners will be notified directly by IWNZ after the National Governing Body have judged the category winner before 21st December 2020.

  • 28 Sep 2020 2:52 PM | Anthony Smith (Administrator)

    Grandmother, Mother & Daughter Barbara Morris (Grandmother) joined Eastern Hutt Club in 1982-1983 year. Barbara is an active Member and recently represented our Club at a musical production at Pomare School in Taita Lower Hutt. Pomare School has been chosen as one of the organisations our Club will support this year.

    Judith Morris (Mother) joined Eastern Hutt in 2008-2009 year and has been active in our Club and took over the role of President this year. Judith works full time as an Administrator for the NZ Parole Board and has recently been a client of Look Good Feel Better.

    Jo Broughton (Daughter) has a young family and works as a District Nurse in the Hutt Valley. For many years Jo has attended Club dinners, morning teas, and modelled for our Club in fund raising fashion parades. It was a delight to many that Jo was inducted as a full Member of our Club in 2020.

    Judith Morris (Mother) Jo Broughton (Daughter) & Barbara Morris (Grandmother)

    Inner Wheel Club of Eastern Hutt NZ294

  • 29 Jul 2020 1:58 PM | Anthony Smith (Administrator)

    Enthusiasm and floods of donations from the ladies of IW Club Orewa and Whangararaoa, NZ291. The 1st July 2020, first day of the Inner Wheel year they held their first meeting in a new venue, presented 5 cheques to wonderful workers in their community, had a lively, busy meeting and collected donations of wine caps, knitting, goods for Love Soup, St Chads stall - but most of all the PYJAMAS!

    When the committee asked is members could support Tania Adams at the local Manly Pharmacy with her PJ drive for Children at Middlemore Hospital they imagined maybe 10-12 pairs. They were delighted that, thanks for friends and family, on the night 37 pairs of PJ's and enough money to purchase a further 6 pairs giving a total of 43 pairs ... uh oh ... here comes another three pairs ... up to 46! They finally delivered 47 pairs.

    WOW - Wonderful Orewa and Whangaparaoa, 'O' for 'Awesome' and a big THANK YOU!

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