New team takes charge at Rotary Club Papatoetoe Central

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The new team at Rotary Club of Papatoetoe Central with guests (Photo Supplied)

Venkat Raman
Auckland, July 23, 2022

Manu Singh took charge as President of the Rotary Club Papatoetoe Central, with Deepak Sharma as Secretary and Gurjinder Ghuman as the Treasurer.

Manu Singh has an executive team that comprises lawyers, teachers, a Chartered Accountant and a philanthropist. He complimented Past President Kulbir Singh and his team for implementing many projects and serving the communities affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

The New Team

Following are members of the Team for 2002-2023:

Manu Singh (President); Deepak Sharma (Secretary); Gurjinder Ghuman (Treasurer); Mushtaq Sheikh (President-Elect and Fundraising); Ashima Singh (Director Membership and Growth); Dr Ajit Singh (Director, Fellowship); Gurpreet Kaur (Youth Development and Leadership); Karnail Badhan (Director, Community Projects); Kulbir Singh (Director, Club Administration Duties); Kuljit Kaur (Director, Community Projects); Manvinder Singh (Sergeant-at-Arms); Naleen Chand (Director, Fundraising and Co-Director Membership); Nidhi Bhasin (Director Community Projects and Membership); Paramjit Dhatt (Director Foundation); Raj Chand (Director, Mentoring, Fellowship and Growth); Raj Pradeep Singh (Director, Public Relations and Media); Sunil Aggarwal (Director, Membership and Growth) and Yashveen Singh (Director, International Projects).

Raj Pardeep Singh said that as a committed Rotarian, Manu Singh will bring the essential transformation for the anguished by leading the team of members and executives of the Club.

Auckland Mayoral Candidate Efeso Collins (third from right) with some office-bearers of Rotary Club of Papatoetoe Central (Photo Supplied)











Committed to Communities

“Rotary Club of Papatoetoe Central and Manu Singh have been involved with several other national projects including Hospice, KidsCan, Blue September (Prostrate Cancer New Zealand), Blind Foundation New Zealand and Pink Ribbon, local projects such as the Middlemore Foundation and distribution of blankets and essential supplies to the needy,” he said.

Mr Singh said that Manu is widely known as the people’s companion in the community and among businesspersons.

“He has several projects in the pipeline to support the deprived within New Zealand and the Pacific Islands nations. We are delighted to join his team to serve our communities and our country,” he said.

Rotary Club of Papatoetoe Central President Manu Singh (right) with
Director, Public Relations and Media Raj Pardeep Singh (Photo Supplied)













About Rotary Presidents

The Rotary International Movement follows a unique system of preparing Presidents of Clubs, who spend at least a year ‘As President-Elect’ and learning various aspects of Rotary, the local Rotary Club and the community. Rotary International also runs online courses for those declared Presidents-Elect of its more than 46,000 Clubs with 1.4 million members worldwide. New Zealand has 50 clubs accounting for 1500 members.

The Club President is responsible for setting and monitoring the goals of the Club, running Club meetings, appointing Committee Chairs and delegating tasks as necessary, recruiting, training and retaining members and maintaining regular communication with the Lieutenant Governor of his or her Division.

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