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HANMER SPRINGS WARD
Janice Clyma: A vote for me as councillor
will support a vision of community
development and population growth for
Hanmer Springs. More residents = more
business, employment, amenities, and a
better quality of infrastructure for us all. I
like the words ''participatory democracy'',
where we all take an active role in future
decisions. I am positive, an innovative
thinker and enjoy problem-solving.
The other ward candidate, Jason
Fletcher, was asked to supply his photo
and comment, but neither was received.
Two candidates are vying for one vacancy on the Hurunui District
Council to represent the Hanmer Springs ward in the upcoming local
body elections. Voting papers will start arriving in mailboxes from
September 20 and the elections close on October 12.
HANMER SPRINGS COMMUNITY BOARD
7 candidates, 5 seats
Janice Clyma: I have lived in Hanmer
Springs for 34 years and seen many
changes. Support for me as a community
board member will be for positive and
active representation to council of your
concerns. There has been much good
work already done by the community
board and I would like to offer innovative
and fresh ideas to see this expand
Sarah Gardiner: I am an enthusiastic
optimist, bringing a skill-set gained
through years of committee work that I
believe are valuable for effective work on
the community board: public speaking,
leadership, encouragement, enabling and
facilitating groups and individuals to
achieve their goals, asking tricky
questions, being a listening ear and
providing a voice for the ordinary person.
I'll be there for you.
Alan McNabb: I am an accomplished
business manager with extensive
experience in hospitality. I am customer-
orientated, I consistently exceed targets,
and I can identify key areas of business,
enabling a focus on the long-term benefits
for Hanmer Springs. Hanmer Springs has
been home for nearly five years, with my
wife and two teenage children. It is now
time to share my experience.
David Smith: I believe I can be effective in
helping the community board represent
and advocate for our wonderful
community, and offer skills gained in
clinical health management and from life
experience. I listen well and have no
hesitation in stating my point of view. I only
have one barrow to push and that is to see
the Hanmer Springs community continue
Rosemary Ensor: I have served on
Plunket, library, school boards, Education
Board, NZ Pony Club, Hurunui Health
Committee, the Forest Camp Trust,
Hanmer Springs Community Trust and the
community board. I am passionate about
community welfare, I enjoy
communicating, and am prepared to
listen. I have the time and energy to
ensure Hanmer Springs prospers.
The other community board candidates -- Jason Fletcher and
Michael Malthus -- were asked to supply their photos and comment,
but neither were received.
MAKING MUSIC: Lexi-Rose Cope
shakes it down with yellow
maracas on Daffodil Day.
GOLDEN GARDEN: Lily Macdonald, Grace Kazianis, and
Alexia DeBono and a ''planting'' of daffs.
BLOOMING GOOD FUN: Daffodils are flavour of the day
for Katey Burt.
WORLD IN YELLOW: Paisyn Watson
takes a yellow-tinted view of the
ALL THINGS YELLOW: Celebrating Daffodil Day at Portobelo Preschool
were Lily Macdonald, Paisyn Watson, Mary-Mateka Pirini, Ashleigh Renwick,
Elijah North, Katey Burt, Aiden Blackler, Grace Kazianis, Claudia Renaud,
Charlie Lingard, Joshua Pickering, and Alexia DeBono.
HELLO YELLOW: The children,
teachers and families of
the Otaki St and Wesley St
Portobelo preschools, in Kaiapoi,
marked Daffodil Day on Friday
with a yellow dress-up day to
raise money for the Cancer
Society. The festivities wrapped
up a busy week of yellow-themed
activities, including art, cooking,
active movement, fruit and
vegetables, and sun safety
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