Funny man

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Kiwi co­me­dian Ben Hur­ley will show­case the best Katikati has to of­fer at a Fo­cus Katikati evening on Satur­day, June 23. Pre­sented by the Katikati Pri­mary School Par­ents of the School Group this prom­ises to be an evening of fun, laugh­ter and in­for­ma­tion. Watch Shel­ley and Trudie, ex-Masterchef con­tes­tants and own­ers of Chrome Cafe´, do­ing a cook­ing demon­stra­tion, with taster. There will also be a silent auc­tion with lots of good­ies up for grabs. Tick­ets go on sale to­mor­row and are avail­able at the school of­fice or con­tact Shereen Booy­sen on 021 163 6346 or shereen­booy­sen@gmail.com

Can Do Club

MPowa Youth co-or­di­na­tor Melody Bishop is keen to set up a new club called the Can Do Club. The club is for youth aged 11-24 liv­ing with an im­pair­ment— be it phys­i­cal, mo­bil­ity, in­tel­lec­tual, emo­tional, learn­ing, hear­ing or sight— any­thing that makes it dif­fi­cult to fully par­tic­i­pate in main­stream so­cial and re­cre­ational ac­tiv­i­ties. If you would en­joy an op­por­tu­nity to par­tic­i­pate in fun ac­tiv­i­ties, right here in Katikati, con­tact Melody on 0277-389-233 or email youth@katikati­com­mu­nity.nz for in­for­ma­tion.

Omoko­roa cell tower

The new cell­phone tower at Omoko­roa will be live by the end of June, ac­cord­ing to Spark NZ. The tower is be­ing built on West­ern Bay of Plenty District Coun­cilowned land be­hind the Set­tlers Hall on Omoko­roa Road. It will im­prove mo­bile phone cov­er­age in Omoko­roa and im­me­di­ate sur­round­ing ar­eas.

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