PUHOI COMMUNITY FORUM
PO Box 404199 PUHOI
AGENDA FOR COMMITTEE MEETING TO BE HELD AT PUHOI SPORTS CLUB
TUESDAY November 25th 2014, 7.30PM
CHAIRPERSON – Paul Manton
MINUTES OF OCTOBER MEETING & APPROVAL:
TREASURER’S REPORT October report circulated to committee and members
a. Puhoi Road Safety Group
b. Puhoi Pioneers Memorial Park
a. Future of the Forum
NEXT MEETING: CHAIRPERSON:
In the ongoing war against invasive weeds Sorrel and the Fiddlers hill brigade have had some successes, with a working bee last week. Next in the firing line is the tutsan (pdf).
If you’d like to help you can contact Sorrel at email@example.com
I am forwarding the Police Ten One Magazine to you this month. You can join up as individuals too.
I will be sending out my November/ December Newsletter soon. If you have an item you would like me to include please let me know by the 30th November.
Our team had a very successful day at the Helensville Police Day last Saturday. Thank you for all who attended.
We now have a simple identification activity we can provide to enhance a Neighbourhood Support Display. If you know of a event where you would like us to attend please let me know.
e welcome the new members and the Groups who have joined.
Please keep the lists and number coming in which I need for my report ending 31st Dec.
A big thank you to those who have sent there list in.
Intel info for all members only.
NEIGHBOURS DAY 28TH 29TH MARCH http://www.neighboursday.org.nz/ Remember to register for your Neighbours Day Aotearoa Activities. Thank you to the first registered with me Beach Road Group. Lets put us on the map. As you enter the number increases in your postcode area. Some Street Groups will be celebrating during the previous weeks.]
PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS:
We thank our sponsors The Lion Foundation, Auckland City Council Community Funding, and Discretionary Funding, Rodney Local Board, Hibiscus Bays Local Board,, Jim’s Mowing, GJ Gardner Homes, Orewa New World, and Kaipara Cat Charters, Internal Affairs, The Lottery Board.
Rodney Neighbourhood Support Inc.
[From Simon Walters at the Sports Club]
As many of you will be aware the Puhoi Sports Club has been lobbying the Council for some time to get our run down Tennis Courts resurfaced with an all-weather surface. We are really pleased to say that this will be going ahead and the Puhoi Sports Club has committed to contributing 25K to the costs of the resurfacing. This is a huge commitment for a small club like ours so we desperately need your help to make this happen.
At the moment there are very few facilities in the village for our young people, with the sports field being pretty much the only resource. With the much needed upgrade to the courts this will enable us to offer year round tennis, netball and winter football training.
Over the next few months we will be running a number of fundraising events. To kick off the fund, we would like to thank our resident tennis experts, Angelique and Ivar de Jong for their significant donation.
Our first actual fundraising event is tied in with me completing a 42km off road run on Saturday November 29th (the Speights West Coaster), billed by the organisers as “possibly NZ’s toughest off road marathon” (to be honest they all say that).
As well as donating to a great cause for our community, you also have an opportunity to win some awesome prizes.
To donate go to http://www.givealittle.co.nz//org/swalters/donate (All money donated goes to the cause).
Thankfully nothing in Puhoi this week:
Puhoi Road Safety Team are look for 2 child models for their upcoming campaign. You need to be available for a couple of hours shooting in the village on Friday 14 Nov. More details in attached Local Road Safety Billboard Campaign Entry Form (pdf)