Summer high-risk for fun activities and community collaboration in Te Puke 😉

Whether you’re back in the thick of it or still on a well-earned break taking advantage of the piping hot weather, we hope you all had a merry Christmas and enjoyed spending time with friends and family over the holiday season.
 
The VGCT office opened and returned to normal hours last week with two successful events following suite. Please do get in touch if there is anything we can help with. The team have been busy filing funding apps, cleaning and planning strategy for 2018 and beyond. If anyone is keen to donate some product, time, or financial sponsorship we would be eternally grateful.
 
We look forward to working with you throughout the year to ensure our youth and community focus remains strong as we continue to add value to Te Puke and surrounding District’s business, learning, community and tourism opportunities.
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