Newsletter Friday 25 June 2021

He mihi mahana ki a koutou katoa

Community Event - Matariki Thursday 1 July 5.30-7.30pm

The Whānau Hui Group is hosting a Matariki celebration on Thursday, 1st July from 5.30-7.30pm at the Vogelmorn Hall. There will be shared kai so please bring a plate of food to share. Please bring your own plates, cutlery and cups. There will be a koha box available to help with the hire costs etc.

The Whānau Hui Group need volunteers to help with food preparation, supervision of the kai cookers, as well as set up and food service in the evening. Please fill out this form if you are able to help out.

Any questions please email Becks on aotearoa.chique25@gmail.com.

Community Event - Ridgway Parents Connect at Vogelmorn Bowling Club - sadly postponed!

Our first monthly get together for Ridgway parents was meant to be tonight. We are going to postpone this due to the requirements of Level 2. Our new date is 20 August. Any questions please get in touch with Elizabeth Clement elizabethclement454@gmail.com.

Moveathon

Keep gathering sponsors for this! The event is next Wednesday morning. Remember there are prizes for most money raised, best dressed and most laps! We are raising money for the fabulous adventure playground on the bank and treetop walkway.

Exciting position available on the Board

The Board is currently looking for an additional parent representative. This person would take a lead on school finance matters on behalf of the Board, as well as contributing and being part of all other important and interesting things we do on the Board. If this sounds like you or you would like to know more about joining the board then please contact ridgwaybot@gmail.com.

Community Notice

A big advance for local waste reduction and yummy fresh milk...

Mornington Superette, 90 Mills Road and Kingston Foodmarket, 46 Quebec Street, have recently been added to the list of outlets now stocking Eketahuna Country Meats fresh milk in returnable reusable glass bottles.

You can take in your empty clean bottles and purchase milk using swap-a-bottle and you can also purchase the milk and pay for the bottle deposit to get you started.

Eketahuna Country Meats also delivers once per week on a Wednesday night to our community. If you like fresh milk in glass bottles delivered, we now have the option to top up in the week locally too.

Ngā mihi

Sarah Taylor
Deputy Principal




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