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THE ROTARY FOUNDATION

of Rotary International

Group Study Exchange

District 2400

SWEDEN

Hosting

District 9970

New Zealand

4 June - 4 July 2010


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Halmstad Arrival 4 June

Halmstad 4-6 June

Departure 6 June

Halmstad 30 June-4 July

Departure 4 July

Båstad 6-9 June

Ängelholm 6-9 June

Copenhagen

Southern Sweden - Itinerary - Contents

Malmö

Ljungby 9-12 June

Alvesta 15-18 June

Älmhult 15-18 June

Hässleholm 12-15 June

Broby 12-15 June

Kristianstad 23-27 June

Yngsjö Mid tour rest

18-20 June

Växjö 27-30 June

Karlskrona 20-23 June


GSE - en möjlighet för framtiden

Varje år har vi den stora möjligheten att sända

ett team bestående av en teamleader, som ska

vara en erfaren rotarian, gärna f d president,

samt fyra till fem teamstipendiater till ett

distrikt i ett land som förväntas kunna ge

teamet personlig och yrkesmässig utveckling

under fyra till fem veckor. Likaledes kommer

vi att ge ett team från detta land motsvarande

möjlighet här i vårt distrikt.

Teamstipendiaten skall vara i åldern 25-39

år samt bo eller arbeta i vårt distrikt. Vidare

skall stipendiaten vara verksam och framgångsrik

i sitt yrke och kunna tillgodogöra sig

utbytet i sin yrkesutveckling. Stipendiaten får

inte vara Rotarymedlem, gift med eller nära

släkt med en rotarian.

Detta år har vi utbyte med distrikt 9970 på

Sydön i Nya Zeeland. Tiden för utbytet är

under perioden april – juli 2010.

Under perioden maj – juni 2011 kommer ett

team från vårt distrikt att besöka Sydafrika

och ett team från detta land, distrikt 9400,

kommer att gästa vårt distrikt under perioden

maj - juni 2012.

Som vanligt förutsätter vi tacksamt alla

rotarianers medverkan med att bl.a. rekrytera

lämpliga teamledare och teamstipendiater

till denna viktiga och mycket uppskattade

aktivitet. Klubbarnas GSE-ansvariga är GSEkommitténs

länk i dessa ärenden.

Den GSE-klubbansvarige är den som

förmedlar uppgifter och samordnar klubbens

arbete, till exempel för att ta emot utländska

team för klubbesök och/eller hitta boende i

Rotary-familjer samt delta i planeringen och

genomförandet av program för teamet på sin

ort.

GSE ger för deltagarna en unik möjlighet

till utveckling med väl organiserade besök i

främmande länder samt en ökad förståelse för

varandras världar och kulturer. Det får även

vi Rotarymedlemmar i våra klubbar del av,

t.ex. genom föredrag i klubbarna av både de

utländska GSE-teamen och våra egna teamdeltagares

berättelser av sina upplevelser.

GSE skapar goda förutsättningar för fred och

en bättre värld att leva i.

Vi i GSE-kommittén tackar för Din medverkan,

Ditt stöd och Ditt engagemang.

För GSE-kommittén

Jöran Hultman

Ordförande i GSE-kommittén

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Group Study Exchange – GSE, an educational activity of the Rotary Foundation, offers

first hand opportunity for the promotion of better understanding and friendly relations

between the people in the world.

The program provides for the exchange of teams of young business and professional

people between paired Rotary districts in different countries, enabling them to study the

institutions and ways of life of their hosts and to develop personal acquaintances and

exchange ideas.

Each team is composed of four to five

non-Rotarian men or women and a

Rotarian District Governor´s representative

/team leader). The Rotary clubs host

the entire group for a period of four to

five weeks in the receiving district.

The team members follow a carefully prepared

program, designed to give them an

understanding of the economic, cultural

and institutional life of host country.

The Rotary Foundation has decided that

Group Study Exchange shall be accomplished

in 2010 between our district

2400 and district 9970 with clubs in New

Zealand on the Southern Island.

Group Study Exchange

Important to know for the

people at home in

New Zealand.

Letter, parcel or mail can be sent to each

team member, c/o host family or c/o to the

following person:

Name:

GSE team D 9970

c/o Jöran Hultman

Järnvägsgatan 7a

262 32 Ängelholm

Sweden

To be forwarded as soon as possible.

Phone/fax + 46 431 411805

E-mail: mentorn@ektv.nu

To call Sweden: Dial +46 and exclude the

zero in the beginning of the phonenumber.


Farewell party

Location: Heaven Hill Farm, Halmstad

Time: July 3rd at 19:00

Includes: BBQ, drinks, mingle, music and more...

Price: 300: - pp (N.Z GSE-team free of charge)

Dress: Casual

Directions: Take the E6 at Halmstad north

towards Jönköping. Turn right after 500 m towards

Fotstad. Continue to Fotstad where the signpost

”Himmel Kullagården” shows.

Tel: 0708-623690, 035-57185

Welcome!

Per Carlsson & Susanne Bengtsson

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Welcome to District 2400

We wish you a really great time with us!

We hope that you will find the program for

your stay here interesting and that it will

contribute to your personal and professional

development. We also wish to offer you some

experience of what is typical of Swedish

culture and lifestyle. You will meet a lot of

Swedes who may remain your friends for all

your life. I speak from my own experience!

In this way we hope to carry out the essence

of the GSE-program – to broaden

the international understanding by building

bridges of friendship between our countries

and people.

Our district stretches from coast to coast.

It stretches from the North Sea coast in the west to the Baltic Sea in the east. It

includes four counties, the northern part of Skåne, the southern part of Halland and

Småland and all of Blekinge.

Towards the end of your stay you will take part in one of the most important celebrations

in Sweden – the Midsummer festivity! Enjoy your stay in District 2400!

Sten Liljedahl

DG D2400


GSE Committee Chairmain:

JÖRAN HULTMAN

Järnvägsgatan 7 A, 262 32 Ängelholm

Phone/fax: 0431-41 18 05 (home)

E-mail: mentorn@ektv.nu

Mangagement consultant

District Governor 2002-2003

Rotary Foundation District

Committee Chairperson:

JAN HYLTÉN CAVALLIUS

Hovsgatan 14G, 352 33 Växjö

Phone: 0470-18371 (home)

0706-894986 (cellphone)

E-mail: cavallius.jan@telia.com

Publ. Def. Land

LILIANN BJERSTRÖM

Lösen 139 D, 371 94 Lyckeby

Phone: 0455-30 48 32 (home)

0733-61 57 62 (cellphone)

0455-30 30 20 (fax)

E-mail: liliann.bjerstrom@karlskrona.se

Municipality adm strategic planning

Team leader 2002/03 Florida/Bahamas

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OLOF LINDQUIST

Kronobergs Kungsgård, 352 63 Växjö

Phone: 0470-630 31 (home)

0470-72 40 80 (job)

0708-51 07 71 (cellphone)

E-mail: rektor@sigfrid.se

Folk High School

Team leader 1997 Australien

TORGIL RUNDCRANTZ

Torsebro Byväg 200, 291 94 Kristianstad

Phone: 044-733 79 (home)

0706-29 33 79 (cellphone)

E-mail: torgil.rundcrantz@telia.com

Dentistry prosthodontics

Team leader 1993 The Philipphines

PER NEANDER

Blåklintsvägen 9, 265 35 Ängelholm

Phone: 0431-184 55 (home)

0431-411812 (job)

0707-48 56 20 (cellphone)

E-mail: p.neander@swipnet.se

Dental Implantology


CARIN WIBÄCK

Götgatan 10 A, 291 33 Kristianstad

Phone: 044-12 36 80 (home)

044-240091 (job)

0705-11 36 80 (cellphone)

E-mail: carin.wiback@ptj.se

General Dentistry

Team member 1999 Washington,

U.S./British Colombia, Canada

Team leader 2010 Nya Zeeland

PER CARLSON

Himmelkulla Gård, 313 95 Åled

Phone: 035-57185 (home)

035-104850 (job)

0708-623690 (cellphone)

E-mail: per@halland.net

Real Estate Manager

Past Chairman GSE committee:

ARNE JÖNHILL

Lybäcksvägen 8, 285 37 Markaryd

Phone: 0433-161 70 (home)

0433-160 80 (job)

0708-11 66 80 (cellphone)

0433-100 92 (fax)

E-mail: fam_jonhill@hotmail.com

Auditor service

AG 2007 - 2010

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GSE Team 2010

The group study exchange team 2010 from district 9970

from left: John Hawker, Heather Jurgens, Jane Chisholm,

Andrew Goodale, Anna Wilkes, Kelly Campbell-Mears


Meet The Team

JOHN HAWKER – Team leader

I’m a retired school principal who now enjoys looking after our property,

having time to pursue hobbies and taking an increasing active part in the

Rangiora Rotary Club. I am currently the vice president. I enjoy photography

both still and video and also walking in our wonderful country’s open

spaces. I have been married to Katrina for thirty six years and we have two

grown up children. Our elder daughter Angela is 31, an equine veterinary

surgeon who lives in Cambridge with her husband Bill, also a vet, Bill’s two

children from a previous marriage and their own new baby boy Zac. Our

younger daughter Jennie is 28 and is a lawyer living in Auckland, her husband

Kenton is a fire-fighter. Katrina and I were married in London and

had our honeymoon in Skane in the district we will be visiting. We both

love travelling and have toured Europe, USSR, and in more recent times,

have enjoyed travelling in Australia, America and Asia.

Email: jhawker@clear.net.nz

HEATHER JURGENS I have been working for the New

Zealand Automobile Association (NZAA) for three years, two of which

have been as Nelson District Manager. I manage a team of six Centre Staff,

and four Road Service Officers. The Nelson, Tasman District has 19,700

AA Members and along with the various Member services we also offer

Insurance Products, Finance, Driver and Vehicle Licensing, and Tourism

Sales. We also represent our members for motoring policy and hold monthly

meetings with an elected AA Council to discuss Local and National issues.

Road Safety is paramount to the NZAA and myself, and with Sweden being

seen as the world leader in Road Safety, Driver Training, Youth Drivers

and BAC levels I look forward to being given the opportunity to see first

hand how these relevant processes and programs work in practice. I grew

up in Gisborne and moved to Nelson with my partner James Kerr who is

a teacher. I am an outgoing friendly person and enjoy an active and social

life where I love catching up with friends, mountain biking, reading, tennis,

scuba diving and going to the beach. I have travelled extensively and enjoy

experiencing other cultures. Email: hjurgens@aa.co.nz

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Meet The Team

JANE CHISHOLM I am a teacher of Physical Education and

Health at Greymouth High School, and I have been employed here since

2004. I have taught a combination of Health, Physical Education and

Mathematics and I am currently the Year 13 Dean. Before I started teaching

at Greymouth I was a Snow Safety Officer and Head Ski Patroller at

Mt Cheeseman, and have ski patrolled in Canada for a couple of seasons. I

am passionate about good health and fitness and love all sport and being

in the outdoors. I enjoy my sport here in Greymouth. I have represented

the coast in Golf, Volleyball, Basketball and Tennis. I also enjoy Skiing and

playing Netball. I have enjoyed coaching various sports and offered students

and staff a number of outdoor education trips (tramping, skiing, sea kayaking,

mountain biking). I am very passionate about the outdoors.

Email: Chisholm@greyhigh.school.nz

ANDREW GOODALE I work as a production manager at

Cooper Webley Ltd a small joinery firm in Nelson where I over see the

manufacture of kitchens, office furniture and shop fit-outs. I have been

working here for almost 7 years now and really enjoy my work. I am a

father of two great children, Alyssa 3 and Connor 5 1/2 and have been

happily married for the past 6 years to Tasha. Before working at Cooper

Webley I had a variety of management jobs including 6 years managing

McDonalds, 2 years running a Mobil petrol station and a year in the Hawks

Bay at a camp as a Client Host. Although I have never been overseas I have

spent time tripping around the North and South Islands of New Zealand.

I used to enjoy many adventure sport such as rock climbing, abseiling and

kayaking, but this doesn’t happen as much these days due to a back injury

and off course the kids taking up all my spare time. While in Sweden I wish

to study the management, marketing and production techniques used in

their joinery factories. Email: ajgoodale@hotmail.com


Meet The Team

ANNA WILKES I am an environmental scientist working for

Golder Associates, a global engineering and environmental services

company. My particular area of interest and expertise is water quality. My

work involves assessing water quality in rivers and streams to determine

what environmental impacts a client’s activity e.g. farming, industry or residential

development will have on rivers and streams. Some of the projects

I have worked on include large scale hydro-electric power and irrigation

schemes, coal and gold mining operations and storm water management

from new residential developments. I grew up in Blenheim, a small town

in Marlborough, New Zealand’s largest wine producing region. I now live

in Christchurch where I am slowly renovating an old house. Outside of

work I spend my time on a range of activities including film, theatre, music,

cooking and gardening. I also regularly spend time with family and friends.

I have travelled extensively and enjoy hearing of others’ travel experiences as

well as sharing my own. Email: awilkes@golder.co.nz

KELLY CAMPBELL-MEARS I am a Team Leader based in

the Criminal Court at the Ministry of Justice in Christchurch. The main responsibility

in my role is managing eight staff both older and more experienced in service

than myself. And managing the second largest criminal list court in New Zealand.

As well as working on various Local and National projects which keep me both

motivated and challenged. Some of the projects I have worked on are a National

‘Mock Court’ and a Local Registrars List. I am particularly passionate about the Justice

Sector and am constantly looking into crime prevention and improving current

systems that are currently in place locally. I was born in bred in Christchurch and

bought my first property three years ago. Where my partner Haydn and I live with

our dog Louie. We are getting married in January 2010 at a winery in Christchurch.

I am very active and outgoing and enjoy taking part in sporting activities and social

events. I attend the gym on a regular basis, play netball in the winter and touch in

the summer. One particular strength and passion of mine while growing up and still

is today is public speaking. Where I am fortunate to continue my skills in this area

by having various speaking roles within the Ministry today.

Email: Kellybristow@windowslive.com

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Situated on the west coast. 700 years old town. 90 000 inhabitants.

Golden beaches. Rolling countryside. University. Provincial capitol. Plenty

of bars and restaurants. Famous for sports, music and art. A wealthy town

with lot of tourists in summertime. www.halmstad.se

Area coordinator: Per Carlson

(see page 9)

Guest / host family

John Hawker (team leader)

Tommy Svensson

Senapsvägen 22

310 31 Eldsberga

Phone home 035-46155

Cellphone 0706-80 87 68

tommy.mobilmail@gmail.com

Pet: Dog

Head of department external relations

Halmstad University

Jane Chisholm

Ulf and Marianne Crona

Harstigen 15

302 73 Halmstad

Phone home 035-37136

Cellphone 0706-188440

ulf.crona@tele2.se

Air Defence

HALMSTAD AREA

Anna Wilkes

Agneta and Bengt-Göran

Hansson

Bäckagårdsvägen 11

302 40 Halmstad

Phone home 035-35673

Cellphone 0705-935673 or

0705-696769

agge.hansson@telia.com

bengtgran.ha@telia.com

Pet: Dog

Working life research Halmstad

University

Hospital medicin

Kelly Campbell-Mears

Rikard and Catharina Hanson

Rådjursvägen 14

302 73 Halmstad

Phone 035-33284

Cellphone 0708-19 92 50 or

0703-10 21 09

rikard.hanson@ohvvs.se

Pet: Dog

Engineer

Doctor

Heather Jurgens

Lars Håkansson

Harpunvägen 4

302 63 Halmstad

Phone home 035-21 20 78

Cellphone 0706-07 58 45

lars.h.hakansson@mil.se

Children at home: Two

Air Defence

Andrew Goodale

Per Carlson and Susanne

Bengtsson

Himmelkulla Gård

313 95 Åled

Phone: 035-57185

Cellphone 0708-623690

per@halland.net

Pets: Dogs.

Real Estate Manager

Nurse


Itinerary Halmstad Area

Rotary clubs involved: Halmstad RC, Halmstad Gamletull RC, Halmstad Tylösand RC,

Halmstad Norreport RC and Halmstad Tre Hjärtan RC.

June

Friday 4

Team arrives at Halmstad Airport

To Hotel Mårtensson and time to rest

Saturday 5

Time to rest

Sunday 6

10.30 Hallandsgården and celebration of

the Swedish National Day

14:00 Welcome meeting at Himmelkulla gård

16:00 Transfer to Ängelholm/Båstad

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Welcome to Ängelholm, situated to the river Rönne and the bay Skälderviken.

With an exciting mix of modern shopping and vibrant countryside. Mostly

all sorts of sport and recreation. www.turist.engelholm.se

Area coordinator: Per Neander, past

president Ängelholms RC

(see page 8)

Local coordinators : Annika Gigel

Ängelholm-Luntertun RC,

0707-578900 (cellphone)

Ulla Gigel: Ängelholm-Rönne RC

0703-643311 (cellphone)

Mats Nilsson: Båstad RC

0709-946750 (cellphone)

Guest/Host family

John Hawker (team leader)

Ulla and Mårten Gigel,

past president

S. Kyrkogatan 8

262 34 Ängelholm

Phone home 0431-12439

Cellphone Mårten 0705-43 93 38 or

Ulla 0703-64 33 11

marten@handisafe.com

Pets: Golden Retriever

Glove Mfg Distr

Health Food Ret

ÄNGELHOLM AREA

Heather Jurgens

Ann and Bengt Myhrman

Ann president Ängelholm-

Luntertun RC

Svenstorpsvägen 99

266 98 Hjärnarp

Phone home 0431-454066

Cellphone 0706-05 40 66

info@affektor.se

Air Force information

Kelly Campbell-Mears

Annika Gigel

Vinkelvägen 6

262 61 Ängelholm

Phone home 0431-24104

Cellphone 0707-57 89 00

annika@gigel.se

Pets: Cats with neighbour

Employer Education

Jane Chisholm

Sara Jern and Ulf Bergström,

past president

Espehögsgatan 30

262 53 Ängelholm

Phone home 0431-15169

Cellphone 0709-47 05 39

u.bergstrm@telia.com

Children at home: Sofie 10

and Oskar 6

Pets: Cat

Headmaster Senior High

Raziel Ungar

Cecilia and Kenneth Persson

Danielslundsgatan

262 33 Ängelholm

Phone 0431-10600 (home)

0706-988401 (cellphone)

Kepe05@handelsbanken.se

Children: Elin 13, Johan 18

Pets: Cat Zorro

Bank director,Comm Bank

Anna Wilkes

Eva Lundberg and

Gunnar Müller-Hansen

Hemvägen 32

262 63 Ängelholm

Phone home 0431-12985

Cellphone 0707-71 29 85

eva.lundberg@ektv.nu

Child at home: Peter 15

Hotel Business


Itinerary Ängelholm Area

Rotary clubs involved: All clubs in Ängelholm and Båstad

June

Sunday 6 Swedish National day

17:00 The team arrives at the downtown Main Square.

Host families pick up at the square

Evening with Host families

Monday 7

09:00 Departure for Båstad from the Tourist Office

at the main square

10:00 City presentation

10:15 Visit to The Swedish Tennis Hall of Fame

12:00 Lunch with Båstad RC

Team’s presentation

14:30 Visit to The Birgit Nilsson Foundation

She was celebrated Swedish dramatic soprano

16:00 Excursion in Hovs Hallar Scenery

Evening wih host families

Tuesday 8

08:30-11:00 Vocational Day

12:00 Lunch with Ängelholm-Luntertun RC

Team’s presentation

14:00-

17:30 Vocational Day continued

Evening With host families

Wednesday 9

08.30-

12:30 The Castle tour with the two guides

Eva Thorén and Rita Aatola-Olsson,

head of tourist Office

13:00 Farewell Lunch at the Waterfront restaurant

14:30 Klitterhus

15:00 Departures from Klitterhus Markaryd

Notice - ALL luggage to the restaurant

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Ljungby is an expansive and entrepreneurial small municipality in the

Småland forests that are not waiting for the future. Here we create the future

through our ideas and dreams. In Ljungby there’s a large number of lakes

and rivers in beautiful scenery where fishing, canoeing, swimming and other

nature experiences is a matter of course. www.ljungby.se

Area coordinator: Arne Jönhill

(see page 9)

Guest/Host family

John Hawker (team leader)

Barbro & Mårten Sandin

Sjövägen 14

341 94 Ljungby

Phone home 0372-21127

Cellphone 0702-177457

morten.sandin@telia.com

Pet: Dog

Construction consultancy

Heather Jurgens

Cecilia Löf & Per Johansson

Storgatan 13, 2 tr

341 30 Ljungby

Phone office 0372-48481

Cellphone 0708-856960

per@grjab@se

LJUNGBY AREA

Children at home: Alexander 0,5,

Ida 19

Pet: West Highland terrier

Concrete manufacturing

Jane Chisholm

Anne-Lise Fäldt

Norra Järnvägsgatan 18b

341 37 Ljungby

Phone home 0372-62906

Cellphone 0733-739201

anne-lise.faldt@telia.com

Library management

Anna Wilkes

Kerstin & Nils-Evert Norén

Kungsgatan 9A

341 30 Ljungby

Phone home 0372-106 14

Cellphone 0708-106140

nilsevertnoren@konab.se

Consult engineering

Andrew Goodale

Iris & Bruno Steiner

Marmorvägen 5

341 34 Ljungby

Phone home 0372-82300

Cellphone0705-286224

bruno.steiner@telia.com

Production management

Kelly Campbell-Mears

Karin & Anders Bondesson

Grönstensvägen 5

341 34 Ljungby

Phone home 0372-14553

Cellphone 0734-261144

anders.bondeson@enertech.se

Pets: Dog and cat

Logistics


Itinerary Ljungby Area

Rotary clubs involved: Markaryd RC Ljungby RC and Ljungby

Kungshögen RC

June

Wednesday, 9

15.30 Team arrives at Café Smålandet, Markaryd

Moose safari

18:00 Team’s Presentation

19:45 Departure for Ljungby

20:30 Team arrives at Stora Torget, Ljungby

Evening with host families

Thursday, 10

09:00 Visit to Ryssbygymnasiet

12:00 Lunch at Nygård

14:00 The Museum of Legends

15.00 Visit to Hästberga Water

18:30 Buffet Get-Together-Party at Fylleskog

Friday, 11

08.00 Visit to Ljungby Municipal Library

12.00 Team’s presentation with

Ljungby Kungshögen RC

14.00 Ljungby Municipality district heating

power plant

16.00 Evening with host families

Saturday, 12

Free time

15.30 Departure for Hässleholm

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Hässleholm is the place where holidays and interesting experiences go hand in hand. Centrally situated in

north- eastern Skåne, the town is a natural departure point for excursions in a historical part of Sweden.

So, don´t miss out! Next stop! Hässleholm and the Göinge District.

Hässleholm offers all the amenities of a small town along with a pleasant shopping area providing for

the visitor´s every need. The town is well worth a visit, especially on one of the special Saturdays.

Area coordinators:

Tore Kvist, Hässleholms RC

Phone 0451-148 64 0708-59 76

Torgil Rundcrantz (see page 8)

Guest/Host family

John Hawker (team leader)

John and Ethel Paulsson

Koronavägen 5

281 43 Hässleholm

Phone 0451-844 98 (home)

0708-28 44 98 (cellphone)

john.paulsson@telia.com

Chemistry Engineering Marketing

Kelly Campbell-Mears

Anders and Karin Håkansson

Pl 4008 Käddarp

282 93 Röke

Phone 0451-400 77 (home)

0733-80 08 01 (cellphone)

nextforest@telia.com

Forestry

HÄSSLEHOLM AREA

Jane Chisholm

Hans and Anita Danielsson

Mariefred 8405

281 95 Vankiva

Phone 0451-19198 (home)

0734-44 26 01 (cellphone)

hans.danielsson@mbox302.

swipnet.se

Surgery

Andrew Goodale

Ralf and Viveka Widlund

Gundratorpsvägen 2 B

280 22 Vittsjö

Phone 0451-221 25(home)

ralf.widlund@swepmet.se

Pet: Dog

Managing Director

Heather Jurgens

Björn and Ulrika Widmark

Gumlösa 1271

288 90 Vinslöv

Phone 0451-330 85 (home)

widmarkulrika@hotmail.com

Public Defence Army

Anna Wilkes

Sven-Inge and Gunilla Svensson

Husarlyckan Adseke 1314

280 10 Sösdala

Phone 0415-511 00 (home),

sven-inge.svensson@hassleholm.se

Environment Administration


HÄSSLEHOLM AREA

Rotary clubs involved: Clubs in Hässleholm area

June

Saturday, 12

17.00 Team arrives from Ljungby at Hässleholm

Evening with host families

Sunday, 13

09.00 Free time

13.30 Visit to Hovdala Castle and

the Tree House

18.30 Get-together-party at Vittsjö

Monday, 14

09.00 Vocational Day

19.00 Team´s Presentation with

Vittsjö-Bjärnum RC

Tuesday, 15

10.00 Visit to Wanås Sculpture Park

12.00 Lunch at Wanås

15.00 Departure for Älmhult

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Älmhult is most famous for two reasons: Firstly, the world’s first IKEA store

is located in the town. Its founder, Ingvar Kamprad, is from the region.

Secondly, the scientist Carl von Linne, known as a botanist and for his

system of classifying organisms, which is still used today. www.almhult.se

Area coordinator: Arne Jönhill

(see page 9)

Guest/Host family

John Hawker (team leader) and

Kelly Cambpell-Mears

Göte Gabrielsson and

Birgitta Gabrielsson

Blåbärsvägen 7

343 34 Älmhult

Phone home 0476 141 97

gote.gabrielsson@gmail.com

Furniture ret.

Anna Wilkes and

Jane Chisholm

Birgit Käll-Andersson and

Jan-Erik Andersson

Prästgården Stenbrohult

343 71 Diö

Phone home 047621002

Cellphone 070 5321106

ÄLMHULT AREA

birgit@agapanthus.se

Pet: Dog

Economic Manager

Andrew Goodale

Bo and Caroline Mazetti Nissen

Petters väg 9

343 96 Hallaryd

Phone home 0479 72034

Cellphone 0708 1476 34

bo.mazetti-nissen@almhult.se

Pet: Dog

Handicraft Retail

Handicraft Manufacturing

Heather Jurgens

Lena Fransson and Anders Fransson

Maskrosvägen 3

343 34 Älmhult

Phone home 0476 10779

Cellphone 0703888753

lena.fransson@almhult.se


Itinerary Älmhult Area

Rotary clubs involved: All Älmhult and Osby Rotary Clubs

June

Tuesday 15

17.00 Älmhult Municipality - reception Evening with host families

June

Wednesday 16

08.50 Visit to Sweedwood Älmhult AB – optimal use of wood.

10.00 IKEA Svenska AB, distribution services- getting products to

stores and customer..

11.00 IKEA museum

13.00 IKEA lunch at IKEA Älmhult – the orginal IKEA store.

14.00 IKEA Store

15.00 IKEA Testlab

16.00 IKEA activity house

17.00 Evening with host families

June

Thursday 17

09.30 Meeting place the Municipality office

10.00 Visit to Råshult – the birthplace of Carl Linnaeus (Carl von

Linné)

12.00 Lunch at Råshult

13.00 Stenbrohult Church and the old vicarage

14.00 Taxås Hill – the history of a quarry

15.00-17.00 Möckelsnäs Orangery

18.30 Borgen, Osby, with Osby RC. Visit to Maglaröd waterworks.

Team´s Presentation (short version, no powerpoint). BBQ.

June

Friday 18

07.30 Meeting with Älmhult Rotary clubs. Team´s Presentation

09.00 Transfer to Osby and Osby RC

10.00 Visit to Brio Lekoseum

Lunch and afternoon program

15.30 Transfer to Kristianstad/Yngsjö and MIDTOUR REST.

June

Sunday 20

14.00 transfer to Karlskrona.

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Water - World Heritage - Hospitality

Hospitality is one of Karlskronas keywords. Our goal is to take good care of

all our visitors and create a wish to come back! www.karlskrona.se/tourism

Foto: Mats Kockum © Karlskrona kommun

Area coordinator:

Liliann Bjerström (see page 7)

Guest/Host family

John Hawker (team leader)

Peter and Elisabeth Althini

Amiralstorget 13 B

371 30 Karlskrona

Phone home 0455-828 28

Cellphone 0708-335188

peter@althini.se

International Relations

Teacher

Jane Chisholm

Ulla and Per Ståhl

Fasanstigen 4

370 24 Nättraby

Phone home 0455-497 36

Cellphone 0702-178360

per.stahl@telia.com

Principal

Navy commander

KARLSKRONA AREA

Anna Wilkes

Eva-Lott and Rickard Eitrem

Rådmansgatan 8

371 38 Karlskrona

Phone home 0455-269 62

Cellphone 0734-471135 or

0732-426962

rickard.eitrem@ltblekinge.se

Interaction Designer

Associate Professor Infectious

Diseases

Kelly Campbell-Mears

Lena Dager-Hultman and

Boje Hultman

Lagmansgatan 15

371 38 Karlkrona

Phone home 0455-17584

Cellphone Lena 0703-874381

Boje 0722-349048

lena.dager-hutman@trafikverket.se

Boje@dagerhultman.se

The Swedish Transport administration

Architect

Heather Jurgens

Staffan and Lil Ottosson

Stora Broåkra

371 91 Karlskrona

Phone home 0455-12061

Cellphone 0708-847847

Staffan.ottosson@storabroakra.se

IT-Marketing

Librarian

Andrew Goodale

Sofia Persson and Peter Mattsson

Styrmansgatan 38

371 36 Karlskrona

Cellphones 0708-858501 or

0708-120520

Sofia@mustasch.se

Peter.Mattsson@anakasta.se

Children at home: Elvira 9, Clara 8

Market strategist

CEO Anakasta AB


Itinerary Karlskrona Area

Rotary clubs involved: Karlskrona RC,

Karlskrona af Chapman RC, Karlskrona Aurora RC

June

Sunday 20

16.00 The team will be met by host families at

Angöringen - Karlskrona

Afternoon/evening with host families

Monday 21

09:00 Study visits

- Municipality of Karlskrona

- The Network of Telecom City

12:00 Lunch with Karlskrona Rosenbom RC

Team presentation

14:00 Guided tour in the world heritage of Karlskrona

Evening with the host families

Tuesday 22

07.30 Team’s presentation with Karlskrona Aurora RC

09:00 Vocational day

18:00 Farewell Party for all our guests with

host families. Hosts: Elisabeth and Peter Althini

Fågelmara Strand

Wednesday 23

Morning free time

12:00 Lunch with Karlskrona RC

Teams presentation

13:30 Departure for Kristianstad

Foto: Joakim Johansson © Karlskrona kommun

Foto: Joakim Johansson © Karlskrona kommun

Foto:Joakim Johansson © Karlskrona kommun

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Founded by the danish King Christian IV in 1614, Kristianstad is the

city that offers you a rich mix of unique history, exciting culture, good

shopping, beautiful countryside and lots more. ”Spirit Of Food” is the city’s

profile. Enjoy! www.kristianstad.se/turism

Area coordinators:

Torgil Rundcrantz (see page 8)

Carin Wibäck (see page 9)

Guest/Host family

John Hawker (team leader)

Carin and Lars Wibäck

Götgatan 10 A

291 33 Kristianstad

Phone home 044-12 36 80

Cellphone 0705-11 36 80

carin.wiback@ptj.se

Child at home: Lisa 10

General Dentistry

Kelly Campbell-Mears

Bengt and

Ann-Charlotte Lindner

Lars Feuks väg 15

291 46 Kristianstad

Phone home 044-10 98 20

Cellphone 0733-96 60 30

bengt.lindner.onnestad@folkbildning.net

People´s High School

KRISTIANSTAD AREA

Jane Chisholm

Karin Birch and Carlo Tyrberg

Frodes väg 2

291 66 Kristianstad

Phone home 044- 22 95 29

Cellphone 0733-95 87 31

koja100@hotmail.com

Information

Andrew Goodale

Pontus Lindberg and

Marie Ysberg

Ekebergsvägen 65

291 92 Kristianstad

Phone home 044-21 84 54

Cellphone 0708-53 33 96

pontus.lindberg@handelskammaren.com

Children at home: Ludvig 11,

Lovisa 10

Area Manager

Heather Jurgens

Eskil and Britt-Marie Arvidsson

Kanalgatan 2

291 53 Kristianstad

Phone home 044-10 92 30

Cellphone 0707-62 33 02

eskil.arvidsson@swipnet.se

Railways

Anna Wilkes

Ana-Maria and Tommy Sanseovic

Fågelpilsvägen 12

291 66 Kristianstad

Phone home 044-24 23 28

Cellphone 0739-97 00 47

sanseovic@telia.com

Environment protection management


Itinerary Kristianstad Area

Rotary clubs involved: Clubs in Kristianstad area

June

Wednesday 23

15:00 Team arrives from Karlskrona in Kristianstad

15:15 Sightseeing in Kristianstad Old city and

Holy Trinity Curch

17:00 Evening with host families

Thursday 24

09:00 Visit to Culinar AB - a modern company

12:00 Team’s presentation with

Kristianstad-Hammarshus RC

14:15 Bicycling around lake Råbelöv

18:30 Evening with host families

Friday 25 Midsummer Eve

Morning Free time

14.00 Midsummer celebration at Åhus

18:00 Evening free with host families

Saturday 26 Midsummer day

Free time with host families

19:00 Get-Together-Party

Wednesday 27

Morning Free time

15:00 Departure for Växjö

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Welcome to Växjö - the greenest city in Europe with over 80 000 inhabitants. In

Växjö you will find an exciting combination of idyllic small town, university and

entertainment metropolis. www.vaxjo.se

Area coordinator:

Olof Lindquist (see page 8)

Guest/Host family

John Hawker (team leader)

Urban and Ann-Sofie Zandler

Stojby Bouganneville

355 92 Växjö

Phone home 0470-775077

Phone Job 0470-707270

Cellphone 0709-418271

urban@zandlers.se

Pet: Dog

Andrew Goodale

Lennart and Anncha Burde

Ladövägen 25

352 44 Växjö

Phone home 0470-22444

Cellphone 070-5822444

burde@ltb.se

Real Estate Adm.

VÄXJÖ AREA

Kelly Campbell-Mears

Kristian and Carina Nilsson

Ingelstadsvägen 27

352 34 Växjö

Phone home 0470-81834

Cellphone 070-2604999

kristian.nilsson@yahoo.com

Pet: One dog

IT Consulting

Jane Chisholm

Anmargreth Johansson

Sjötorpavägen 30

352 49 Växjö

Phone home 0470-65504

Cellphone 0709-735989

anmargrethjohansson@scandichotels.

com

Children at home: Stefanie 19,

Christoffer 25

Restaurants

Foto: Mats Samuelsson

Anna Wilkes

Ingegärd Hillman

Antons väg 11

352 44 Växjö

Phone home 0470-25846

Cellphone 0705-336889

ingegardhillman@yahoo.se

Beauty therapy

Heather Jurgens

Björn Andersson and

Helena Collin

Ingelstadsvägen 27

352 34 Växjö

Cellphones 0709-783261

0733-367750

bjorn.andersson@akmi.se

helena.collin@netport.se

Enterprice Education

Digital Media


Itinerary Växjö Area

Rotary clubs involved: All four clubs in Växjö

June

Sunday 27

17:00 Team arrives in Växjö - City Square

Evening with host families

Monday 28

09.00 The Kingdom of Crystal. Start from Växjö Square

10.00 The Hand Paper Mill at Lessebo

11.30 Kosta Boda Art Hotel - guided tour

12:30 Lunch

14.00 Kosta Glasswork – guided tour

16.00 Back in Växjö - Växjö square

Evening with host families

Tuesday 29

09:00 Swedish Emigrant Institute

10.15 Växjö Cathedral and a walk in central Växjö -

Host Sven Svensson

12:00 Team’s presentation at Villa Vik - Summer meeting

with all four Växjö RC’s

13:30 Växjö - The Greenest City in Europe

15:00 Fossil Fuel Free Växjö - Sandviksverket

Evening Get-Together-Party

Wednesday 30

09.30-13:00 Vocational Day incl. lunch

Free time

15:00 Transfer to Halmstad

Foto: Mats Samuelsson

Foto: Mats Samuelsson

Foto: Mats Samuelsson

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Situated on the west coast. 700 years old town. 90 000 inhabitants.

Golden beaches. Rolling countryside. University. Provincial capitol. Plenty

of bars and restaurants. Famous for sports, music and art. A wealthy town

with lot of tourists in summertime. www.halmstad.se

Area coordinator: Per Carlson

(see page 9)

Guest / host family

John Hawker (team leader)

Tommy Svensson

Senapsvägen 22

310 31 Eldsberga

Phone home 035-46155

Cellphone 0706-80 87 68

tommy.mobilmail@gmail.com

Pet: Dog

Head of department external relations

Halmstad University

Jane Chisholm

Ulf and Marianne Crona

Harstigen 15

302 73 Halmstad

Phone home 035-37136

Cellphone 0706-188440

ulf.crona@tele2.se

Air Defence

HALMSTAD AREA

Anna Wilkes

Agneta and Bengt-Göran Hansson

Bäckagårdsvägen 11

302 40 Halmstad

Phone home 035-35673

Cellphone 0705-935673 or

0705-696769

agge.hansson@telia.com

bengtgran.ha@telia.com

Pet: Dog

Working life research Halmstad

University

Hospital medicin

Kelly Campbell-Mears

Rikard and Catharina Hanson

Rådjursvägen 14

302 73 Halmstad

Phone 035-33284

Cellphone 0708-19 92 50 or

0703-10 21 09

rikard.hanson@ohvvs.se

Pet: Dog

Engineer

Doctor

Heather Jurgens

Lars Håkansson

Harpunvägen 4

302 63 Halmstad

Phone home 035-21 20 78

Cellphone 0706-07 58 45

lars.h.hakansson@mil.se

Children at home: Two

Air Defence

Andrew Goodale

Per Carlson and Susanne Bengtsson

Himmelkulla Gård

313 95 Åled

Phone: 035-57185

Cellphone 0708-623690

per@halland.net

Pets: Dogs.

Real Estate Manager

Nurse


Itinerary Halmstad Area

Rotary clubs involved: Halmstad RC, Halmstad Gamletull RC, Halmstad Tylösand RC,

Halmstad Norreport RC and Halmstad Tre Hjärtan RC.

June

Wednesday 30

17.00 Team arrives at Halmstad Castle

Evening with host families

July

Thursday 1

Vocational Day

Evening with host families

Friday 2

08.30 Visit to Hotel Tylösand.

12.00 Lunch meeting with Halmstad

Norreport RC. Team’s Presentation.

13.30 Free time.

Evening with host families

Saturday 3

Day with host families and/or own activities.

19.00 Farewell party: BBQ, open bar,

music…. The old hog house at Heaven

Hill Farm.

Dresscode: casual. Be prepared!

(See page 5)

Sunday 4

Departure from Halmstad Airport.

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Team Presentation

7/6 Båstad

8/6 Ängelholm – Luntertun

9/6 Markaryd

11/6 Ljungby

14/6 Vittsjö-Bjärnum

17/6 Osby

21/6 Karlskrona-Rosenbom

22/6 Karlskrona-Aurora

23/6 Karlskrona

24/6 Kristianstad-Hammarshus

29/6 Växjö

2/7 Halmstad-Norre Port

Vocational days

8/6 Ängelholm

14/6 Hässleholm

22/6 Karlskrona

30/6 Växjö

1/7 Halmstad

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Group Study Exchange

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SWEDEN

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New Zealand

4 June - 4 July 2010

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