The Rotary Fellowships programme is a structured programme of Rotary International that comprises more than 75 independent Fellowships. Through these Fellowships Rotarians share their favourite activities and professional interests through organised recreational, vocational, and health/medical-related groups within Rotary.
From Amateur Radio to Yachting, from Accountants to Travel Agents, Rotary Fellowships reflect the varied interests and occupations of Rotarians worldwide. Although objectives differ, all Fellowships share the same philosophy and foundation. The Fellowships are organised by Rotarians for Rotarians to develop new friendships and to advance opportunities for service. See www.rotary.org/programs/fellowships for more information.
A member of the Rotary Club of Rotorua, Tony Baker (firstname.lastname@example.org) , is the President of the New Zealand Chapter of the International Fellowship of Motorcycling Rotarians. For more information on this Chapter go to www.rotary.org.nz and click on Fellowship Programmes. For international information on the Fellowship of Motorcycling Rotarians, click motorcycling .
Bruce Scott, a member of the Rotary Club of Rotorua and the District Governor for District 9930 for 2004/05, is a Past President of the Scout Association of NZ. Through his lifetime interest in Scouting, Bruce is now the New Zealand Coordinator and liaison
person for the International Fellowship of Scouting Rotarians (IFSR).
The aim of the members of the Fellowship is to enhance their mutual support and assistance of the Scout Movement through their common interest in Rotary. The International Chairman is David Judge of Sussex, England. His email is: email@example.com
For further information and Membership Application Forms, email Bruce Scott at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bryce Dunn a member of the Rotary Club of Rotorua - is a member of the NZ Chapter of the International Fellowship of Cricketing Rotarians (IFCR). The aim of the fellowship is to foster cricket among Rotarians, mainly by touring to and playing in other Fellowship countries.
Accommodation on these tours is usually home-hosting by fellow Rotarians which results in marvellous fellowship. The average age of most teams is 50 plus so, if you have an interest in cricket, do not be put off by your advanced age. For more information e-mail Bryce at: email@example.com
The address for the cricketing fellowship is http://www.rotarnet.com.au/users/I/ifcr/New_Zealand/NZ_index.htm.