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Massey Matters workshop

June 25, 2013 at 4:06 PM

The next workshop for the Massey Community network will be on Thursday 4th July at Colwill School Library Kintara Road Massey from 10am -11.30am. That will be followed by a visit to the Colwill Hub.

Please come ready with your thoughts & views around the following questions:

What Hub Can You Support?

Fundraising Ideas for our hubs

What Services/Support can you provide our hubs

What can we provide to support our senior citizens

What Resources are you aware of  for school based hubs

What Services and support can we provide our Migrant families?

Email Samantha Farquhar or Phone 09 832 0431 Mobile 021826314

Category: Community Notices