Volunteers invited to Daffodil Day committee
Daffodil Day has been well supported by the Matamata community for many years.
I am interested in growing our fundraising efforts with some exciting new initiatives.
In order to do this, I am forming a Matamata Daffodil Day committee.
I am looking for people who have a passion for the Cancer Society and are keen to help with Daffodil Day fundraising.
If you would like to volunteer or have any questions please contact me on 021 477 089.
The meeting will still be at 2pm on Saturday, November 24, followed by afternoon tea.
All Matamata residents are welcome to come and hear the remarkable story of Wendy’s struggle with only half a heart. proposal are at the council building and must be in by Friday. dedication in encouraging such wonderful manners in their students.
Ten days later, my husband and I were in town when one of those wellmannered boys approached my husband and asked if he was Sandra Hunter’s brother. When my husband confirmed that indeed he was, the lad said, ‘‘I just thought I would come and say hello’’.
We were so impressed with the manners of this boy I just had to put pen to paper.
Our holiday in Matamata ends on November 29, but the memory of the manners of the students at Matamata Intermediate School will stay with us for a very long time.
We wish all students and staff the very best for the future.