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Nominations invited for Creative Communities Committee

Nominations invited for Creative Communities Committee

The Horowhenua Creative Communities Committee is seeking nominations for new members.

The committee meets at least twice each year to determine the outcomes of applications lodged under the Horowhenua Creative Communities Grant Scheme.

Members include District Councillors and community representatives from performing arts, fine arts, music and cultural arts backgrounds. At least two new members are being sought.

Committee chair Councillor Victoria Kaye-Simmons welcomes all nominations.

“It’s exciting to have new members join the team. Diversity of backgrounds in all forms of the arts is something we celebrate and are looking forward to building on” Cr Kaye-Simmons said.

Committee members serve for a fixed period of up to three years and may serve for only two consecutive periods.

Nomination forms can be downloaded from the Horowhenua District Council website, www.horowhenua.govt.nz and copies are available from the Council office at 126 Oxford Street, Levin.

Nominations remain open until 5.00pm Friday 7 February.


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