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WISE Collective Henderson meets every Monday

October 16, 2013 at 2:08 PM

WISE Collective of refugee background women now meets in Henderson every Monday morning from 10am to 12 noon.

Women can connect with other women with similar backgrounds from their area and enjoy cooking, sewing, crocheting and light exercises like Zumba.

Please share this flyer around, encourage more women and mothers who are recent migrants from refugee backgrounds to get involved and start to get the benefits of this joint Auckland Regional Migrant Services Trust (ARMS) and Auckland Refugee Community Coalition (ARCC).

Venue: Henderson Baprist Church Hall, 319 Great North Road, Henderson

More details are contained in this flyer

Contact Heather Tanguay on Phone 09 8188809 (after Hours) Mobile 0276995480 or Rosemine Mutamuliza on Phone 09625 3097 Mobile 021 0667995



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