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We have taken an extra step towards reducing our carbon footprint.
The Katikati Community Centre now has a worm farm set up thanks to Western Bay of Plenty Council.
Need to refill your reusable water bottle?
Our Community Centre has joined RefillNZ so you are welcome to come in and fill up your bottle – for free!
We are always looking for volunteers, so if you can help, please come in and talk to our volunteer broker.
Isabel is at the Community Centre every Thursday from 1pm to 4pm.
For more information call us on 07 549 0399 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Wise & Wonderful of Katikati shared a lovely High Tea at the Community Centre on the 28th of July.
It was fantastic to see the effort everybody made dressing up in the old Victorian style.
And the biggest Thank You goes to Amanda Earl, our ACE Coordinator who had been busy all weekend preparing all the yummy and pretty food for the occasion.
Thank you Acorn Foundation and a huge thank you to the Alexander Simpson fund and the Tindall Foundation from the Katikati Community Centre team for the generous donation of $10,000 which will be used to fund the School Holiday Programme and operational costs.
“Katikati Community Centre is privileged to receive financial support from a number of agencies, organisations and individuals.
This month we would like to acknowledge:”
In July the Katikati Community Centre received $8,000 from the Department of Internal Affairs Community Organisation Grants Scheme (COGS). This money is put towards operational costs for the Centre.