Ron Murgatroyd, president of The Rotary Club of Waiuku Inc, with Shane Robertson, president of Waiuku Cricket Club and Frank Leider, president of Waiuku Football Club, with members of Waiuku First XI, waiting to take the field.
Near the end of 2017, Ron Murgatroyd, president of the The Rotary Club of Waiuku Inc, presented a defibrillator to the Waiuku Football and Cricket Clubs, to be available for use at the combined club rooms in the case of a cardiovascular event at Massey Park. With the increasing awareness that time is an important factor when an incident occurs, the Rotary members are pleased with the number of venues they have been able to supply a defibrillator to, particularly in Waiuku.
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