Vol­un­teers in­vited to Daf­fodil Day com­mit­tee

Matamata Chronicle - - News/opinion -

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.

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