We would like to bring to your attention 2 items:-
1 .We have set up a Website for the purpose of recording our Business and Recruiting new members. We would be grateful if you are able to view it at the URL www.bit.ly......... .
2 The club relies heavily on our current members and obtaining new members to function successfully.
Recruitment of new members continues to be a top priority for our Club Committee.
The Committee are encouraged to bring new people to try our sport of indoor bowls and Rummikub For the club to continue into the future we need to invite new individuals to come along and have a go at bowls and Rummikub on a Friday afternoon. Tea/coffee are provided and coaching can also be provided .
To enable the continuation of the Senior Citizens Club we would like to invite Friends to join us. There are several ways do this either:
Inform prospective members about the website: www.bit.ly.../kkscc where they can click on the menu item called “CONTACT US”, complete that document and somebody will contact them.
Or they can ring either Heather 549 1008
Finally if they would like to email us then our email address is:- email@example.com.
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Katikati Lions are holding their monthly garage sale on Saturday 22nd February 8am - 11am at the containers behind the Caltex Service Station, Main Rd, Katikati. Furniture, household goods, garden and workshop tools, bbg's, bicycles, books, whiteware, and much much more. Come and have a look. All proceeds go back to the community
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