Town goes red for kids

Matamata Chronicle - - News -

Spotty plot: Red dots could be seen all over Mata­mata on Fri­day, Au­gust 24. Red Nose Day to Cure Kids is a na­tional fundrais­ing cam­paign that cel­e­brates our com­mu­ni­ties, em­braces the light­hearted Kiwi cul­ture, and sup­ports chil­dren across New Zealand. A sim­ple idea cre­ated over two decades ago, the cam­paign en­cour­ages ev­ery­one to let go, laugh, and be silly all for a se­ri­ous cause and that’s ex­actly what many Mata­mata res­i­dents did.

Giv­ing: Mata­mata Chron­i­cle man­ager Milly Keys presents a cheque to Graeme Guil­ford for $750 on be­half of the gen­er­ous lo­cal busi­nesses who par­tic­i­pated in the Red Nose Day to Cure Kids page pub­lished Wed­nes­day, Au­gust 22.

Sup­port: Louise McAl­lis­ter and Char­lie out­side Ab­so­lutte cafe.

Hit­ting the streets: Michelle Tan­ner on Broad­way col­lect­ing do­na­tions and hand­ing out free cup­cakes to sup­port Red Nose Day.

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