Help Preserve Puhoi History

[via Sue Tisdall]

Sue Tisdall would like to say goodbye to Puhoi as she’s now left the village. All her good work on the new museum and other Puhoi Historical Society will not be lost however – but they do need some more volunteers to take up some of the slack. If anyone would like to get involved in preserving the the village’s fascinating history, and advancing exciting projects such as the new musuem, please get in touch with them. Full contact details and more info on their website .

Historical Society Raffle Winners Drawn

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Sheryll Titford, one of the committee members whose raffle ticket sales efforts recently added $6000 to the Puhoi Historical Society’s museum building fund bank account. With ticket number 1697, the Titford family were the grand first prize winners of the Christmas raffle, drawn at the society’s December 10 party.

The nine other prize winners, in order from second to tenth,  were the holders of ticket numbers 1033, 1710, 1751, 1988, 1674,1471,1503, 1769 and 1849.

Prizewinners ranged from Puhoi to North Shore and Waiheke Island, with a good number from the local area, said society president Sue Tisdall. “And the number of sponsors -43 – was amazing.”
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