Kia ora from the Raglan Community House whānau

This year has already thrown up some challenges for us here at RCH and we continue to do our best. Thanks to all our supporters and volunteers for their ongoing support and help. 

It seems timely to remind our community to look out for one another and be vigilant of scams, frauds and con-people looking to take advantage of others. If you are having trouble with your digital devices, receiving unwanted contacts or strange emails, Jake from Raglan Computer Services is here at 3pm every Thursday for advice and help. 

We celebrated one of our whanau member’s, Marvie Dekker, birthday recently. Marvie has been with us for many years, volunteering and providing staff cover when needed. Thank you Marv. 

We recently welcomed Denise Twentyman to our Budgeting team. Denise brings more experience and passion to the team. 

The Good Bitches Baking project, providing weekly baking to deserving community members, also began with us recently. 

Kickboxing4Youth is now facilitated on Mondays from 4.15pm in our Basement Room. For young men and women aged 12-20 years this programme aims to increase self-defence, confidence and fitness for participants. 

Thanks to Jade Penn who ran this programme for us for the last few years and is now concentrating on supporting his whanau. If you are keen to volunteer please contact us.

 Nga mihi, Mike

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