First Meeting - Tuesday 12th June 1925 at YMCA Hall

 
1931 Establish a free library at the public hospital    
1935 Set up a Crippled Children Committee  
1935 Deputation from Club approached Mr Murdoch MP to urge Government to introduce Milk in Schools  
  Inaugurated a scheme - president of the Club should plant (each year) a Pohutukawa tree at Whangarei Hospital    
1957 Moody's Ave Playlot handed over to Borough Council    
1958 Handing over of Mosaic Map in front of Post Office (now Laurie Hall Park)    
1966 Began the Kissing Point reclamation (1 acre)    
1971 20 Pohutukawa & Banksia trees planted along Tameterau Foreshore    
1972 Installed coin operated Telescope on Parakaki    
1976 Museum Gateways erected - celebrating 50th anniversary    
1977 Formation of a car park at top of Mt Tiger    
1982 Built & donated a tandem axle trailer to Salvation Army    
1994 Helicopter Pad on Hospital roof - $150,000  
1995 Hospice appeal - $60,000    
1996 Children's Playground - Town Basin - $35,000  
2005 Quarry Gardens Bridge - Celebrating 100 years of Rotary (Combined Whangarei Clubs) - $30,000  
2006 Quarry Garden - M. McCoy Trust - $4000    
2007 Donation to Rescue Helicopter (NEST) for Navigation Equipment ($7,000) Northland Clubs combined    
2008 Donation of $10,300 to N.E.S.T. for night vision goggles - raised from Scrap Metal    

 Annual Events
                               -Speech Contest for Secondary School Students. Started in 1961 and held every year since.
                                  Aim of the Contest is to promote the art of public speaking amongst young people.
                                  The winner each year wins a all expense paid holiday to Australia hosted by The Rotary Club of Tweed Heads 
                               -Maunu Health Camp Christmas party -$500 donation
                               -Magic Moments Christmas gift Boxes - $500 donation and help
                               -AK Franks Trust - Distribute between $25,000 to $40,000 to Charitable Trusts in Northland
                               -Bernard Bowden Trust - Sponsor Medical staff from Cook Islands 2 weeks training in NZ