Posted by Del Johnston on Sep 21, 2017

Extract from Geoffrey Amos to Del Johnston, emailed dated 20th September

“Currently we have a team of 4 workers on Kioa Island painting the school buildings. It is their 70th  Anniversary of the first settlers arriving from Tuvalu Island and they wanted the school to look good.

We have just finished a big walk way at Holy Cross College outside the boys dorm. The Principal was so happy he got the boys to re concrete the path around the girls dorm, then asked us to put a new roof on the girls ablution block.

The Cyclone and white ants caused the loss of the roof. Great to have a good reputation for quality work and be appreciated for the work we do. Without the support of Clubs like Pakuranga this would not happen.

Stuart Thomson's “Building for Cyclones “ book has been more helpful than I can believe. He has taught us a lot and for this and other contributions he has made, his knowledge survives”.

Geoffrey Amos

Rotary Club of Taveuni Island, Fiji