FAM­ILY

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ESTRANGEDPro­posed sup­port PARENTS­group for GROUP: par­ents who have have been lost cut con­tactoff from with, their or chil­dren­who and grand­chil­dren. With the sup­port of Te Aroha Noa. En­quiries Jacque 353 7742. FAM­ILY/WHANAU MORN­ING:

Fri­days dur­ing termtime for preschool­ers un­der 3 and care­givers. Mu­sic, dance and games, morn­ing tea pro­vided, $2. 8.30am - 12.30pm, Te Aroha Noa Com­mu­nity Ser­vices, Brent­wood Ave, High­bury. En­quiries Vikki Gibbs 358 2259. MANAWATU FAM­ILY MICROADVENTURERS: Got young kids? Join us ev­ery Fri­day rain or shine, for lo­cal, out­door ad­ven­tures, Free and in­for­mal. See .face­book.com/groups/ 806407356100464/ for lo­ca­tion and time. GIRLS’ BRIGADE: Af­ford­able ac­tiv­i­ties for girls in High­bury/Takaro & Hokowhitu, Tues­days; Mil­son, 4.30pm to 6pm, Thurs­days. En­quiries Joanne 355 3124/ girls­bri­gade.nz.

HOKOWHITU SCOUTS: Keas (year 1-3) Mon­days 5 – 6pm, Cubs (Year 4-6), Mon­days 6.15 – 7.45pm, Scouts (Year 6 – 10) Thurs­days 6.30 – 8-30. Hokowhitu Scout Hall off Ayr Pl. En­quiries Chris 356 2635, mer­cer­fam­ily@in­spire.net.nz.

Grad­u­ates from Massey Univer­sity will take to the streets next week.

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