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ACCOMODATION, PACKAGE TOURS, REGISTRATION COST Although French Polynesia is known for being an expensive destination, the District Conference Organizing Committee sought to achieve rates comparable to those of New Zealand.

Le MÉRIDIEN is a 4 star hotel which has been recently fully renovated. It is located on the west coast of Tahiti on the edge of a lagoon facing the island of Moorea. Most rooms have a view the lagoon. e negotiated prices include an American breakfast and are guaranteed two weeks before and aer District Conference. Le MÉRIDIEN will most certainly be a very suitable Conference venue.

Le Meridien Tahiti, has been chosen as the venue for the Conference. We invite you to enjoy very attractive rates and suggest you extend your stay in Polynesia before or aer the conference either in the islands of Moorea and Bora Bora or in the peninsula of Tahiti Iti. e District Conference Organizing Committee guarantee that the atmosphere of this event will be up match the list reputation the Polynesian people set for hospitality, organization and enjoyment. All the information you need on dates, places to stay, make reservations, register for the District Conference and to make payments by credit card will be available shortly on the District website : District 9920 Inc homepage click : - Committees click : - Conference French

A shuttle service is provided by the traditional "truck" of the hotel from the airport.

e management of Le MÉRIDIEN provides very attractive rates for those delegates wishing to stay before or aer the conference.


Ia Orana Manava e Maeva Bienvenue Welcome

Registration fees Early Bird (until 31 January 2011): 290 NZ $ Aer January 31, 2011: 350 NZ $ (Included in this amount, two coffee & tea breaks and lunch on Saturday, April 30)

Your District Conference Chair : Patrick Le Gall : Email : © Nicolas Spillmann

Hotel Le MÉRIDIEN Bora Bora In addition, the District Conference Organizing Committee has negotiated very attractive rates for Rotarians wishing to stay before or aer the District Conference on the islands of Moorea and Bora Bora as well as on the Peninsula of Tahiti Iti. e services offered will be available on the website of District 9920 and reservations can be made from the same site.



THE PROGRAMME Friday 29 April 2011 GOLF TOURNAMENT 6:30 a.m. : Transfer Papeete Harbour 7:35 a.m. : Departure ferry Aremiti V to Moorea 8:05 a.m. : Arrival Vaiare Harbour Moorea 8:15 a.m. : Transfer to Moorea Green Pearl Golf Course 8:45 p.m.-1:30 p.m. : Golf Turnament 1:30 p.m. : Lunch & Awards 2:45 p.m. : Transfer to Vaiare Harbour 3:25 p.m. : Departure ferry Aremiti V to Tahiti 4:00 p.m. : Arrival Papeete Harbour 4:15 p.m.-5:00 p.m.: Transfer to Hotel Le Méridien

PRE-CONFERENCE Hotel Le MÉRIDIEN 2:30 p.m.-5:00 p.m.: Registration for delegates & partners 5:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.: Welcome cocktail


"New Generations are the Future of Rotary" 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.: Opening - Session I 8:30 p.m.-10:00 p.m. : Buffet Show

Saturday 30 April 2011 7:15 a.m.-8:00 a.m.: Registration for delegates & partners 8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.: Session II 10:00 a.m.-0:30 a.m.: Coffee-Tea Break 10:30 a.m.- 2:30 p.m.: Session III 12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m. : Lunch 1:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. : Session IV 3:30 p.m.-4: 00 p.m. : Coffee-Tea Break 4:00 p.m.-6 : 00 p.m. : Session V- Closing 7:30 p.m.

Evening Gala Dinner "Tahiti in the old days"

THE SPEAKERS Holly Gittlein Biologist, Metal Artist She experienced Rotary for the first time about twelve years ago when she was student in Northern Ghana, through "a hoard of bicycles carrying small coolers being peddled by white people." ey were Rotarians, carrying polio vaccinations children of the northern villages. Since then, this young woman, addicted to freedom and adventure, shares her time between her job, her art and Rotary service. She has been a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholar, Rotary Volunteer, a GSE team member, and is currently a Rotarian at the RC Wasilla, District 5010 Alaska. She will share her experiences as a New Generations Rotarian

Brittany Catton & Liz Raynes * " From Rotaract to Rotary" , these two youg women

have been Presidents Rotaract at the Universisty of San Diego. ey are Rotarians of the 1st Rotary club La Jolla New Generations and Liz, 26 old, is Past President of this club. ey will share their experiences.

Hélène Sillinger "I began by a joint " is the title of the book

poignantly written by Hélène to tell her six years of trapping between 12 and 18. It is a courageous witness and is a message of hope "because you know that one day we can all plunge and then sometimes back, clinging to his dreams."

Dr. Jean-Louis Boissin Endocrinologist Dr. Boissin is a diabetes specialist. is disease has reached the Pacific, and is at an alarming level. Dr Boissin is the initiator of the "Program Diabesity" for the prevention of diabetes and obesity developed for almost 7 years by the Rotary Clubs of French Polynesia. His research is now moving into the field of genetic engineering.

* To be confirmed

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