34th INF-FNI WORLD CONGRESS
The INF-FNI Congress 2014 will take place from the 11th to the 14th of September 2014 in the Lough Allen Hotel and Spa, Drumshanbo, Ireland.
Important: you must reserve your room and register for the congress with the INF.
Don’t forget to reserve your room:
Documents will be posted on the Download Centre as they become available.
The INF would like to welcome our new Secretary Anna Puett. She is 32 years old and resides in Austria with her two children aged 8 and 5 years old. She is studying Social Science at the University of Linz since 2012. Anna’s hobbies include hiking, climbing, jogging, reading and cooking vegetarian meals.
By: Donna Miller
Under clear blue November skies, June Campbell-Tong, the first woman President of the New Zealand Naturist Federation and current Secretary, celebrated 50 years as a naturist and NZNF member with a special afternoon tea at her club, Wellington Naturist Club.
June was joined at the special celebrations with friends and members of her club, Wellington Naturist Club at Te Marua along with past and present Executive of the Federation.
After joining Pineglades in 1963 when first married, June and the family then shifted to Wanganui where they joined the club and she became Secretary – the first of many committee and executive positions. The family transferred again in 1980, this time to Wellington, and not long after joining the club there was soon on the committee, again as Secretary.
Over the years she has held many committee positions from President, Secretary, Grounds Person and Social Officer to Membership and Visitor Services Officer. Her talent and experience is undeniable as is her natural, friendly and genuine personality. June was also the NZNF Delegate at the 2012 INF World Congress in Croatia.
During the afternoon tea two cakes were cut and a presentation was made to June of a native tree by the President of Wellington Naturist Club, Ken Mercer - himself an NZNF Delegate to the previous INF World Congress in Italy.
As well as being fervent about promoting naturism, June is an avid gardener. Jeff Hatfield had started developing rhododendron gardens at the club and June soon became passionate about clearing noxious plants and rejuvenating the native bush, while also developing gardens for members and visitors to enjoy. So as well as maintaining her garden at home and at her cabin, she lovingly maintains the beautiful grounds at the Wellington club – allowing her to enjoy many hours gardening in the nude.
While also serving as National Secretary, June is a trustee of the Percy Cousins Trust, and a member of the steering committee responsible for bringing the 35th World Congress of Naturism to New Zealand.
Most recently at the 2013 NZNF AGM held at Rotota, the Federation honoured June’s many years of service and acknowledged her huge contribution to naturism by presenting her with the Pat Trott Memorial Trophy. Having personally known Pat for many years, June was particularly delighted to receive this recognition.
2nd Annual Naked League Run
INF Card members will receive a discount.
The cost will 5€ instead of 7.5€.
Every runner or walker will receive an event t-shirt and a medal for their participation.
Distance will be 5 km.
Last year we had 29 runners and this year the organization expect to double it.
This event is organized by a non-naturist runner José Sousa and the Portuguese Naturist Federations in association with Clube Naturista do Centro (a naturist Club affiliate on FPN) and Lebres do Sado (a textil Club) will be sponsoring the event.
90% of the runners are non-naturist so this will have a great impact on runners in the community, press and social networks.
Event on facebook:
Meco is an Official naturist beach nearby Sesimbra.
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