SAVE THE CHIL­DREN

Piako Post - - YOUR LOCAL NEWS -

On be­half of the Mor­rinsville sub­branch of Save the Chil­dren NZ, I wish to thank, through your news­pa­per, all the won­der­ful peo­ple who sup­ported our re­cent Soup and Muffin Lun­cheon, which I amvery pleased to re­port was an­other great suc­cess.

To all those who turn up year af­ter year, as well as any new faces we wel­comed this year, we are most grate­ful for your sup­port, and trust you en­joyed the many and var­ied soups that were on of­fer. To all the gen­er­ous peo­ple who gave do­na­tions, made soup, muffins, helped on the day or in any other way, a very big thank you.

I would also like to thank most sin­cerely our spon­sors for their gen­er­ous con­tri­bu­tions, CBS Ltd, ad­ver­tise­ment, Ver­coe In­sur­ance Bro­kers, hall hire, Trendz cater­ing, crock­ery, Mor­rinsville Hire Cen­tre, and all those who do­nated items to­wards the raf­fle, your sup­port is very much ap­pre­ci­ated.

Con­grat­u­la­tions to the raf­fle win­ner, drawn un­der po­lice su­per­vi­sion, ticket num­ber, C 57, Lorna Adams.

We made $2060 which we have re­quested go to­wards the East Africa cri­sis, a fur­ther $199 was taken at the re­tail ta­ble, all re­tail funds will go to ‘‘Achiev­ing Change for Chil­dren Char­i­ta­ble Trust’’ which runs pro­gramme for chil­dren in the Waikato.

-Re­nee Cooper

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