HALL ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
& COMMUNITY SHARED MEAL
Friday, 4th December 2020
All Mahurangi West Community & Hall Members welcome, with a special invitation to those new to the area – come and meet your neighbours and find out what goes on in your local area and the meet the friendly people who live and play here. The Hall AGM will be followed by a Community Shared Meal which is always great fun so even if you are unable to get to the AGM you are welcome to join in the shared meal later.
6.00pm–6.45pm > Current Committee Annual Meeting
6.45pm-7.00pm > Mix & Mingle – All Welcome
7.00pm-7.45pm > 2020 A.G.M.
7.45pm > COMMUNITY SHARED MEAL(Bring a plate to share & your drinks, cutlery & dinner plate)
2020 AGM AGENDA
Acceptance of 2019 AGM Minutes
Hall Use & Bookings Report
Hall Committee Elections
General or Any Other Business
Just sounding out who’d be interested in starting a table tennis evening, say once a week in the Hall or other suitable venue. A lot cleaner than walking, hopefully less sweaty than tennis and less injury prone than those funny games involving running up and down outside and grunting at each other with big balls. Good for your cognitive whatsits too according to recent studies by study people. Steve Rowsell is offering one table and hopefully we could source some more… RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org (no commitment – just getting some numbers)
API will be Heli spraying 150 acres of regenerated Native Bush along the NX2 Designation Boundary starting next week, lasting for 6-8 days. This work is very weather dependant and dates may change.
The operation will be targeting weeds; Pampas grass, Wooley nightshade, black berry and gorse and one area of wild ginger. This is an API Forest operation but they will be flying along and over the NX2 alignment during the spray works. The helicopter will be operating at low altitude and needs clear air space, please do not fly any drones during this time.
If you have any queries please contact API directly.
Puhoi’s a pretty good village, and so the team at Puhoi Beer thought a pretty good village really deserved a pretty good beer. And just quietly, it’s not bad at all.
The first beer from Puhoi Beer team is called Puhoi Pils – a kiwi version of the classic Czech pilsner. Inspired by the original Bohemian settlers of Puhoi, Puhoi Pils is a drinkable lager with a bunch of character.
If they were trying to impress you they might crap on about Puhoi Pils being a mix of NZ and classic Czech noble hops that provide floral, citrusy, and spicy flavours on a light malt base with subtle bready and toasty characters. But they wouldn’t want to beer-bore you so they’d just say it’s bloody tasty.
Puhoi Pils also goes well with sunshine, tall tales, good yarns, and fish ‘n’ chips wrapped in newspaper. Your first one tastes pretty good, and the second’s not bad either.
Only the finest of establishments are chosen to lovingly pour Puhoi Pils. So far that’s the Puhoi Pub, the Puhoi Sports Club and a few others. But keep your eyes peeled
Our structures team will be installing concrete barriers and service ducting on the Arawhiti ki Pūhoi viaduct across Pūhoi Road. For safety reasons and to minimise disruption to motorists the work will be completed at night. A small section of Pūhoi Road will be closed for five nights, from Sunday 29 November to Thursday 03 December, between 9:30pm to 4:00am. Signposted detours and traffic management will be in place. Please note the dates are weather dependent and may be postponed if necessary.
During the Pūhoi Road closure, signposted detours will be in place. As the detours will add a considerable amount of time to your journey, we encourage you to plan your travel for outside the closure hours, where possible.
On Tuesday 24 November and Wednesday 25 November traffic managementwill be in place on Pūhoi Road intermittently between 9am and 3pm, while the trucks delivering the precast concrete barriers are turning into Pūhoi Road and unloading on site. There will be up to four deliveries per day.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused during the closure and thank you for your understanding while we complete this important work.