MP For Coromandel
May 17, 2014
Coromandel MP Scott Simpson says Youth
Week 2014 is an excellent opportunity to celebrate young
people doing great work in our communities.
MP says “The young people I meet around the Coromandel
electorate give me great optimism for the future of our
“We have a number of impressive young people
here, involved in all sorts of projects; environmental,
business, education, the arts, to name a few.”
“They are the leaders of the future and I want to thank
them for their dedication and hard work.”
Youth Week is
designed to recognise 12-24 year olds who’ve have
contributed to their communities.
This year it runs from
May 17 –
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