Kia ora e te whānau,
I would like to thank the office team for organising Te Pikinga ki Te Hau on Saturday and congratulate those that made the hīkoi to the summit. It was long and steep but the views were very rewarding. We were all very pleased and proud to reach the top. I would like to thank the Tempello property owners Dave and Jo Grigg and their support team, Sturrock and Jo Saunders who made this a memorable day.
This Friday, Team Rangitāne will be participating in the Marlborough Relay for Life. The relay starts at 6pm at A&P Park Showgrounds and will finish at 7.30am Saturday. If you have time please call in and cheer our team on. If you would like to sponsor Team Rangitāne you can make a donation here.
We have organised another Freedive/Snorkel Lesson for Yr7-13 Rangatahi this Sunday at the Stadium 2000 pools. If you would like to attend please contact our office on (03) 578 6180 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The refit at Tuamātene is taking a little longer than anticipated but works should be completed later this month.
Our Trustees are in discussions with DOC and are trying to expedite the Conservation Management Plan for Te Pokohiwi-o-Kupe.
Marlborough District Council are working with mana whenua iwi to develop an MoU or Project Charter for the Blenheim Sewage Treatment Plant Consent. This will essentially establish the rules and structure of the consultative stage.
Congratulations to Dr Lorraine Eade who has been recruited as the Operations Manager for Te Kotahi o te Tauihu Charitable Trust. The Trust will focus on food, jobs, well-being and housing for all Māori living in Te Tauihu.
Our 2021/22 budget was approved last week and we are looking forward to a busy year for events.
Mā te wā