Mandy Kimber introduced Eve Casadranda to the Club, advising that Eve was born in Germany, moved to Alberta when she was 4 years old and then moved to Wellington, New Zealand in 1986, and then moved to Havelock North in 2017, with her husband Don. 
Her career included Real Estate, both selling and property management, and Director of Client Services for On Arrival, a company that she and Don established in 1999. She has belonged to several organisations including Beta Sigma Sorority (in Canada), Lionesses, Tawa Community Theatre, Porirua Little Theatre, Porirua Rotary, St Lukes, and Keirunga Creative Arts Society.
John Pollard then introduced Janice Feutz, who was born on the West Coast of the South Island, and moved to Ashburton when she was 8 years old.  As a teenager, she loved her sport, and like many of us, found it much more fun than studying.  Netball and Cricket were her favorites, and she was a member of the first rep Mid Canterbury Women’s Cricket Team and wishes to get in touch with anyone who loves to watch the game.  John noted that the Club’s spirit had lifted in the last few weeks and was quite sure it was these two faces that had made it happen.
President Brin then inducted both Eve and Janice, giving them their Rotary dinner badges, and the lapel badges which would be a passport to enter any Rotary Club meeting in New Zealand.  Members all stood and welcomed Eve and Janice as members of the Club.   Both Eve and Janice indicated their delight in becoming members and are looking forward to working with everyone.
Additionally Rotary Havelock North has had one Rotarian transfer into the club and one more application being approved. That makes four new members within two months. All this on the heels of a talk by Johnny Drysdale, the District Membership Chair.