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Our Toastmaster Club meetings are held every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month at 7.30 pm in the recreation room of Summerset in the Vines, Te Mata Road Havelock North. Meetings are for 2 hours.
Guests can join us or just listen. There is no fee for guests and anyone can remain attending our meetings as guest as long as they like.
Guests can just come along, we will have the Toastmasters sign outside from 20 min before the meeting, or give us a call:
Jeannie (treasurer) 06 879 7478
or Richard (secretary) 06 8706030
or Ben (president) 06 8758588 (better: 021 117 1148)
St Andrew's Anglican Community Church, Welcomes families and members of the community
Home Communion on request.
Updated: 1 Jun 2010
Special Features Opportunity Shop open Tuesday to Friday
Frozen Eezy Meals
Meals from Des Britton, Mission Foods
Kids Club - 5-12 years
Community Get Together
Sport Hawkes Bay's mission is "Leading the development of Sport and Active Recreation in Hawkes Bay". "Active Living" is a section of Sport Hawke's Bay which has a focus of " assisting people to become more active more often". Programmes provided can include Green Prescription, Falls Prevention, Kiwi Seniors, Walking, Cycling and Workfit. Tai chi, aqua jogging, aqua aerobics, line dancing, badminton, Sit and Be Fit, gentle exercise to music, are just a few of the activities offered.
Sport Hawke's Bay is your local Regional Sports Trust, a charitable trust established in 1989 to assist the development of sport and active recreation organisations and structures in the region.
Sport Hawke's Bay is one of 17 such trusts, which together make up the Sportnet Group. Our major focus is to increase participation in sport and active recreation pursuits by the people of Hawkes Bay. Often this is by improving the delivery structures which make sport and active recreation happen and the Trust's mission statement, "leading the development of sport and active recreation in Hawke's Bay" reflects this. With increased participation comes the desirable by-product of a healthy, active community with improved social harmony and total community wellbeing adding to a strong regional economy.
Our team of sports professionals is dedicated to this task through training, publicity, advocacy and education. We cannot do it all ourselves but we can train, educate and advocate to others in order to provide the tools, to deliver for their own organisations.
Updated: 16 Mar 2008
Special Features "Active Living" is a section of Sorts Hawke's Bay which has a key focus of "assisting people to become more active more often." Programmes provided can include Green Prescription, Falls Prevention, Kiwiseniors, WAlking, Cycling and Workfit.
Activities specifically designed for our senior market to include line dancing, gentle exercise to music, aqua aerobics, aqua jogging, Sit and Be Fit, Tai Chi plus much more.
"Exercising On Air" Radio Programme which takes place on Wednesdays on Radio Kidnappers at 1.00pm
Introducing 55+ from entry level computing to more advanced computer skills.
SeniorNet offers the opportunity for older adults to enter the world of computers in a relaxed, enjoyable way among others of the same age group
Membership is open to all persons over the age of 55. Classes of five students are supervised by a tutor and two assistants and used stuctured lesson manuals. The two hour lessons have a coffee break halfway through and members receive a monthly newsletter.
SeniorNet is a non-profit organisation of computer-using adults, aged 55 and older. SeniorNet's mission is to provide older adults education for, and access to, computer technology to enhance their lives and to enable them to share their knowledge and wisdom.
SeniorNet Hawke's Bay are pleased to offer a wide variety of courses for beginners, including introductions to computers, the internet, Skype, word processing, desktop publishing, graphics editing, burning CD's and using digital cameras.
Updated: 1 Jul 2009
SeniorNet members learn and teach others to use computers and communications technologies to accomplish a variety of tasks.
Our mission ~ Strengthening Rural Communities
Our vision ~ The leading organisation that enriches rural communities
Rural Women New Zealand serves women of all ages who share an interest in rural life. We offer support and friendship for women with an interest in the land and rural issues.
Rural Women New Zealand is a leading voice for rural women and we make submissions on a wide range of topics affecting the rural sector.
In our website, you can find out about Rural Women New Zealand, our history and future and how you can join us. You'll also find current issues we're discussing, what we've been saying in media releases and submissions, and projects we are involved in.
Rural Women New Zealand is an organisation with an impressive history of making a difference in rural communities. We are constantly moving forward with new initiatives to suit women of all ages. Contact Us for more information.