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Hon Sandra Lee to launch Tamaki Pathways Trust

1 March 2001 Media Advisory
Hon Sandra Lee to launch Tamaki Pathways Trust in the morning of Friday 2 March

Associate Maori Affairs Minister Hon Sandra Lee will launch the Tamaki Pathways Trust tomorrow morning at the Orakei Marae in Auckland.

The Trust will work with youth-at-risk in Glen Innes, tailoring individual programmes for youth in what is intended to be a model that launches other similar programmes nationwide.

A detailed copy of tomorrow's programme is attached.


TAMAKI PATHWAYS TRUST LAUNCH PROGRAMME


FRIDAY 2 MARCH 2001

Orakei Marae O Ngati Whatua, Bastion Point, Orakei, Auckland


9:00am Assemble at carpark


9:15am Commence walk onto marae


9:30am Assemble in whare nui for powhiri


10:15am Relocate to whare kai for morning tea - music will be provided by Viliami Telefoni and jazz band.


10:45am Formal launch of Tamaki Pathways Trust

Speakers:
(i) His Honour Judge Peter Boshier
(ii) The Honourable Sandra Lee. Minister of Local Government and Associate Minister of Maori Affairs.
(iii) Superintendent Howard Broad
(iv) Presentation by Rotary St Johns of cheque


11:15-11:30am Farewell by Ngati Whatua


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