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Arson Results In Community Rallying Around

Arson Results In Community Rallying Around

Community Spirit and Support Mufti Day

Wednesday 5th July saw Melville High experience what all communities' dread 'Arson', as we now know two classrooms were lost and a further two smoke damaged.

Hamilton City wide and local community residents have felt the impact of such a senseless act of vandalism, with sympathies and offers of help inundating our community office. Key stakeholders within our community rallied to develop a plan of action that would meet both the wishes of the community and assist Melville High School staff and students.

Our aim was to develop a project that truly reflected the sentiments of the community spirit and support shown. A project that could be adopted by any school that was unfortunate to experience such an act as did Melville High School.

Community Spirit and Support Programme

Waikato - Our Day of Community Spirit and Support Wednesday 26th July 2006 Mufti Day

Wednesday 26th July 2006 we invite all schools, businesses, community members, groups- basically everyone who wants to join our day of action to host their own Mufti Day, with the final proceeds being donated to Melville High School

If your organisation is willing to participate in this Waikato wide support could you please register your Mufti Day with Jo Clair; Hamilton South Neighbourhood Advisor Looking forward to a GREAT DAY - 26th July 2006

Should you have any queries please contact Jo Clair

Activities and Particpation

SilverDale Normal School - Mufti Day Salvation Army The nest - Te Reo Maori Language Mufti Sports Waikato - Zany Day Aberdeen School - Bad Hair Day Hamilton Skating Rink - All fees collected on 30th July donated to Melville High Melville Primary School - Zany Day Te Whare Kokonga / Community House - Sweets and Soup Day Hamilton South Community Office - Frybread & Boil Up Day Mad Butcher - Boiil up at the Office Lunch Peachgrove Intermediate - Mufti Day Fraser High School - Mufti Day ( Held last week) Community Living Trust - Mufti Day Hamilton City Council Social Club - Mufti day Population Health services - Melville High School Colours day Genesis Power - Mufti Day

ENDS

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