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Anderton To Visit Wanganui Friday 15 December

Regional visit number 24

Deputy Prime Minister Jim Anderton will visit Wanganui tomorrow,
15 December, as part of his regional visit programme.

Wanganui leaders have invited Jim Anderton to discuss regional development strategies for the region.

Friday 15 December

9 am – 9.30 am Powhiri
Welcome, War Memorial Hall Forecourt, Watt Street, Wanganui
The welcome will be held on the Memorial Hall forecourt and Art Gallery steps, a car park will be reserved for Ministerial Car.
 Civic centre followed by morning tea in the Pioneer Room, Memorial Hall. If wet, welcome will be held inside the Memorial Hall.
 Following the arrival of Mr Anderton a karanga (welcome) will be performed, this will be followed by:
 Welcome and speeches by: local Iwi and Mayors
 Response by Jim Anderton

10.10am - Walk to School of Design, Wanganui Polytechnic,
Terrance House, Watt Street
10.15am - Short introduction of work on display at School of Design

12.30pm Wanganui Function Centre, Racecourse, Purnell Street, Wanganui
Major meeting and lunch
 1.10pm INZ Enterprise Award Presentation with D McKinnon (Chair Enterprise Wanganui)
 1.15pm Presentation by Mr Anderton and C Poynter to Lion Nathan NZ Education and Scholarship Trust Award winner (Sam Dillon)


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