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Change of Time Hamilton - Tues 22nd January

Change of Time Hamilton - Tues 22nd January - in respect of Sir Edmund Hilary


The Hamilton EUFA RECOVERY ROAD SHOW is being postponed from 10am until 1pm on Tuesday 22 January 2008 out of respect for Sir Edmund Hilary. As most of New Zealand knows , his funeral is being held in Auckland and being televised live from 10am to 1pm on Television one. Understandably many people would like to show their own personal respect by watching the coverage and enjoying the public celebration of a wonderful mans life.

We trust this will not inconvenience people at this very sad but special time for the Hilary family and most New Zealanders.

yours sincerely
Suzanne Edmonds


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