A big thank you to the unknown Christmas fairy who left a box of chocolates and a thoughtful Christmas card for the volunteers at the Red Cross Book Shop in Main Street.
The chocolates were most welcome as the Red Cross elves are very busy at the moment with lots of people shopping for Christmas presents. So many lovely books. Christmas, not just about family but also about the thoughtfulness of strangers.
Jill Spicer, Palmerston North
RED ROSE FROM RED NOSE
I amwriting to let you know, that in 2016, Red Nose Family Fun Day has raised a wonderful $14,629.78 for Cure Kids.
I would like to extend a big ‘thank you’ to you and the team for helping us achieve such a wonderful result for our fundraising for Cure Kids by covering our events in The Tribune. I would like to wish you and everyone who is involved with The Tribune a very Merry Christmas. Laurel Winiata, Palmerston North
Has anyone informed the Palmerston North City Council about how embarrassing Broadway is? What must the impression be to our visitors on graduation day ceremonies along a drab walk from the Regent on Broadway to The Square? Fix Broadway firstly.
Peter May, Palmerston North
THANKS FOR CARING
Recently, while sitting waiting in my power wheelchair at the door of Subway on the corner of Broadway and Princess St for someone to open the doors, I was greeted by a guy who had observed me waiting while he was
Participants on the the Cure Kids Red Nose Red Walk at Ashhurst Domain and along the Manawatu River Walkway in August this year.