Wellington Bridge Club
17 Tinakori Road Noon for 12:15 pm
Thursday 18 July
RYLA and Science Forum Participants

Reflection: Peter Shanahan
Introduce Speaker: Adrian ellingham
Vote of Thanks: Ross Foubister
Parting Thought: Terry Pinfold
 Attendance: Stephen Brazier
Fellowship: Maurice Manttan
AV: Ross Foubister
Apologies and guests advise Maurice Scott
by Noon Wednesday.
Lunch Sunday 7 July 2019, 11:45 a.m. for Noon to 2:30 p.m.
Combined Club/District Changeovers.
Venue: Makaro Room Ground Floor, Wharewaka on the waterfront. 
Club members and partners have all been registered to ensure they can attend.  If you will attend see the email message you received or the website for payment details.
If you will not be going let Ross Foubister know. 
1. The human cost: If we choose to control polio rather than eradicate it, polio could rebound to 10 million cases in the next 40 years.
2. It’s achievable: We have the tools to end polio and the means to reach all children. The new, bivalent vaccine successfully targets the two remaining strains of polio in one dose.
3. It’s a good investment: An independent study published in the medical journal Vaccine estimates the $9 billion global investment in a polio-free world will net an economic benefit of $40 to 50 billion over the next 20 years.
4. It strengthens the system: Our polio eradication efforts have established an active disease surveillance network in all countries that is being used for other health interventions such as measles vaccinations, deworming tablets, and mosquito bed nets.
5. It sets the stage: The ability to reach all children with the polio vaccine is proof of concept that we can succeed on our next major global health initiative.
VicePresident Brian Poole
Secretary    Stephen Spence
PO Box 22368, Khandallah, Wellington 6441.
Phone  970 7158