FUNDRAISER and OTHER NEWS

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FUNDRAISER FOR WAIKATO ENVIRONMENT CENTRE

This Sunday 17th MAY 3pm until 5 pm

The Good Neighbour Brew Bar, is offering The Waikato Environment Centre a chance to fundraise through their Sunday Club project. Each week Good Neighbour run a fundraiser for a local charity or cause by selling raffle tickets for two raffles. They provide the prize, have an MC who sells the tickets on our behalf, and 100% of the money from the tickets goes to our Centre!

We are inviting all of our friends, members and families to attend !

If you haven’t been there before it is the pub in the middle of the carpark at Rototuna, it’s family friendly, and they also do a pizza special during Sunday Club . We would love to see you there.

 

KAIVOLUTION CALL OUT FOR VOLUNTEERS

Kaivolution is now seeking volunteers for Saturday morning 10am to 12pm. The main work will be sorting food for recipients. Please contact us if you are able to help out. Lets make a difference .

Phone Jan or Tania on 839 4452

 

NEW PRODUCT IN STORE : MY MOJO ECO-FRIENDLY STATIONERY

My Mojo offers cost effective, accessible, eco-friendly products that help reduce your environmental footprint, providing the opportunity for individuals, organizations and companies to make a difference.

Doing your bit for the planet is good for your mojo!


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REMINDER MAKE WORKSHOP NEXT WEEK

Thursday 21st 7pm at The Environment Centre

A reminder that we still have places available for this workshop. The cost is $15 and Di will show you have to make low cost user friendly cleansers .

Ring Jan 839 4452 to confirm a place

FOREST & BIRD NATIVE PLANT SALE

Forest and Bird annual native plant sale is on this Saturday and Sunday mornings, 8.30 to 12.00 at 88 Nixon St, Ham East, down the ROW. Bring cash, no eftpos. Park on road and walk in. Barrow and garden trolley available.

TAMAHERE GULLY CARE NURSERY

Hello fellow potters

We will be working at Tamahere Gully Care Nursery this coming Friday 15th May from 9am-12noon.

Any queries ring me on 078558296 or my email is <blchsmiths@gmail.com>

Don't forget morning tea! Thanks very much, there is lots to do!

Catherine

 

SUBMISSIONS TO HCC LONG TERM PLAN NEEDED BY MAY 15TH, TOMORROW!

Just a reminder that formal submissions to the LTP are really important is we are ever to change the funding for pedestrian and cycling facilities and provide safe ways for people to get around the city. Even if you have attended an 'engagement session' with the council, it's still very important to make a formal submission - numbers matter!

The website URL for making an online submission is
https://haveyoursay.hamilton.govt.nz/strategy-research/copy-of-hamiltons-10-year-plan/consultation/intro/view

This allows you to attach a document at the end, so the easiest way to get your point across is to tick an appropriate option on the main questions and say "see attached submission."

The deadline for submissions is Friday May 15th

BANKSIA TREES FOR SALE

August 2012 Banksia integrifolia trees were offered for sale by Mangaiti Gully Restoration Trust; however plants were not available when the final order was placed.

We now have a number Banksia integrifolia trees for sale that we have grown from seed. 

Cost:                $5.00 each

Delivery:           Available, Rototuna, Hamilton

Banksia trees are evergreen, an excellent bird attracting tree, especially Tui.  Fast growing, frost tolerant, flowers form yellow cylindrical spikes.  Height at maturity 10 meters.

Please contact us at the above email or phone 07 854 3243, mobile 021 073 1215021 073 1215 to place an order.

Regards Malcolm Watkins

 PUKEMOKEMOKE WORKING BEE REMINDER

This month's working bee is on Saturday May 16 at 1:00 pm. Planting time is here. The ground is moist, the temperatures are holding up and the plants are ready for our first planting session of the year. Mostly infill planting, this time, using the thriving products of that last winter's potting session hosted by Judy Holdsworth. Everyone loves planting!

Regrds Keith

 

PLANNING PREPAREDNESS FOR EMERGENCIES

The Emergency Management Advisor at the Hamilton City Council in the months of July and August  will be presenting, “Planning/Preparedness for Emergencies”  to small businesses.

The presentation will be approximately 20 minutes long plus a 10 minute opportunity for questions. It could be done during your lunch break if your business needs to continue operating as normal.

Should a disaster strike Hamilton, we want you to be prepared. You and your workers should have the opportunity to be involved in this free presentation.

Please let me know if you would be interested in this, so that we can discuss dates and times.  lavelle.stuart@hcc.govt.nz

 

REMINDER THE MULTI YEAR COMMUNITY GRANT CLOSES THIS MONDAY

http://www.hamilton.govt.nz/our-city/community-development/communityfunding/Pages/Multi-Year-Community-Grant.aspx

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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