Our resident Puhoi Physio, Jacki Piper, has added another in her series of helpful tips on her site, this time she’s got some useful suggestions about how to set up your office chair
The Puhoi Hall Committee would like to say a huge THANK YOU to everyone who supported the Annual Fundraising Dance,” says committee member Kathy Mankelow. “The Band – The Damage provided awesome entertainment with many spellbound by the gorgeous lead singer. Special thanks to Bev and Amego for your amazing support and promotion of this event. We raised a fabulous $1700 which will go towards the new Hall roof. Our theme, Bohemians, Gypsies, Hobos and Clowns, was well received and more extra special thanks sent to our very own local gymnast Jasmine Papprill who surprised the crowd with her awesome aerial acrobatic performance during the supper break. Yes, our very own little ‘Cirque de Soleil’ Puhoi Style – you should have been there. Lovely Jasmine also turned Gypsy card reader to raise a few extra gold coins for the cause. A fun night was had by all, ending with a spectacular thunder and lightening storm. See you all at the next dance”. (thanks for that report, Kathy, ed)
People have been enquiring about the condition of Greg, who was injured in a fall from a ‘bar stool bike’ in central Puhoi on September 20. Greg is now in intensive care, but his condition is still critical, says a local friend.
At a September 29 2013 public meeting in the Puhoi Hall the 35 adults present voted unanimously in favour of the society’s seeking Auckland Council permission for use of the public land including the dray site and rotunda reserve in the central village to build a museum. Historical society president Sue Tisdall explained the public meeting was a result of the AC requirement to consult with the community as part of the application process.