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April 2017 The Trusts Million Dollar Mission Accomplished!

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Million Dollar Mission You did it! You helped The Trusts allocate one million dollars to 30 deserving community organisations doing great things in West Auckland. You voted every day to decide where the money should go and in the end, it took the community less than a month to allocate the full amount of funding available.

Congratulations to all of the organisations that were involved in Million Dollar Mission. The speed that we reached the million dollar target is testament to the public's support for the organisations involved and the excellent work that you do in the community.

Those that reached their target were: Applicant

Target Reached

Titirangi Badminton Club

$11,010

Massey Athletics Club

$1,500

The Parenting Place

$2,500

Waitakere College

$50,000

Waitakere Badminton Association

$30,000

On behalf of the organisations involved, we thank you for your support.

It's not just about the money Money is often just a tool by which things get done. However, raising awareness is just as important. Through Million Dollar Mission, many of the community organisations involved have raised awareness of the issues being faced in our community and also the excellent work that they are doing to help people affected by those issues. The Trusts are proud to have given these organisations a platform to raise awareness of their causes.

West is best West Auckland is a wonderful place to live – we know that. The response to Million Dollar Mission just goes to prove this point once again. It shows that we get behind people doing great things and that we are passionate about making West Auckland an even better place to live.

I'm voting for the poetry club

Bay Roskill Sports Club

$11,660

Netball Waitakere

$18,505

Save Cornwallis Old Wharf pest eradication programme

$11,855

French Bay Yacht Club

$14,905

Te Atatu Roosters Sports Club

$33,790

Family Action

$45,000

Raukatauri Music Therapy Trust

$50,575

Big Buddy

$20,905

Zeal Education Trust

$50,000

Bay Olympic Soccer Club

$13,455

West Auckland Hospice

$40,000

Piha Surf Lifesaving Club

$23,100


Accomplished! The following West Auckland organisations managed to raise the following amounts to go towards their cause:

I thought I'd share with you a little note we received from one of the applicants their appreciation for being involved in Million Dollar Mission.

Applicant

Amount Raised

Leataata O Tupulaga Preschool

$16,705

Hello, The Trusts,

Auckland Swimming Association

$44,995

A huge thank you for the opportunity to apply for funding for the Matuku Link wetland centre. The fact that we were able to achieve almost the full total of our goal of $100,000 is amazing.

Kids Can Charitable Trust

$9,740

Massey YMCA Raise Up

$38,370

Massey Matters

$16,785

Auckland Sexual Abuse HELP Foundation

We are extremely grateful to all the board and staff of “The Trusts” for the wonderful Million Dollar Mission and the fortuitous timing that allowed the Matuku Reserve Trust to raise $85,125. We congratulate you all on the success of the mission and endorse the method as a great way to both finance the selected charities and raise public interest in them and the work of The Trusts. Congratulations on a ‘Mission Accomplished’ and again, thank you.

$34,590

Matuku Reserve Trust

$85,125

The Order of St John

$77,010

Kelston Girls College

$25,580

Corban Estate Arts Centre

$15,475

Karekare Surf Lifesaving Club

$77,130

Community Waitakere Charitable Trust for He Tohu Aroha

$13,710

The Well Foundation

$116,010

Geoff Davidson Trustee Matuku Reserve Trust

Thank you Geoff for those kind words. Thank you to the Matuku Reserve Trust and to all of the organisations for the work you do on the community’s behalf. You make a huge difference and we are grateful for this chance to help you to make a difference. Thank you to everybody who took the time to vote, share, talk about Million Dollar Mission with your community, family and friends. We look forward to sharing the stories of the impact Million Dollar Mission has made on the community, in the near future. Kind regards

Simon Wickham CHIEF EXECUTIVE

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Massey Community Hub refurbished The Massey community will soon benefit from new programmes and activities delivered from the refurbished Massey Community Hub (The Hub) at 385 Don Buck Road. Following the signing of a funding and licence agreement by the Henderson Massey Local Board, Massey Matters will occupy and manage The Hub. Massey Matters is a local community organisation created with the support of the former Waitakere City Council to assist the people and business of Massey to use local knowledge to take initiatives that develop community strength, initiatives and resilience. Massey Matters will move into The Hub from 1 July 2017 to manage the facility and enable the organisation to be more visible to the community it serves. It will also be able to extend the delivery of activities to East Massey. “Our strong physical presence in The Hub will establish a connection to local residents to develop what they need to thrive. We have an exciting programme ready to roll out. More importantly, we are looking forward to reconnecting with the many residents who were part of the previous community house, building on what has gone before,” says Massey Matters Manager Laurel Belworthy.

Henderson-Massey Local Board member Vanessa Neeson, Massey Matters Manager Laurel Belworthy and Massey Matters board chair John Carrodus at Massey Community Hub

“Massey Matters is dedicated to creating opportunities through connections and partnerships between residents, tangata whenua, community, groups, organisations and agencies. Our policy is one of an open door to you all. We look forward to meeting you soon, drop in for a cuppa and meet the team.” Board member Vanessa Neeson is excited to see Massey Matters move in. “Moving The Hub from a council-run to a community-led model is in line with council’s Empowered Communities Approach. I know that Massey Matters is going to do some outstanding work to benefit the local community,” she says.

Hospice grows again with a new shop opening in Glen Eden important ‘face’ for our organisation in the communities we serve. This store gives us a place to broaden our connection with the people of Glen Eden and surrounding shoppers, provides a place for pre-loved items to find a new home, and of course provides much-needed funds to allow us to continue providing compassionate hospice care to the people of West Auckland at no-charge.”

Janine Boaz and Michelle Rocard outside the new Glen Eden Hospice store

Hospice West Auckland continues to grow, with the addition of a new Hospice Shop in Glen Eden bringing the total number of shops around the community to six.

The new shop, in the new complex on the corner of West Coast and Captain Scott Roads, is open Monday to Friday 9:00 am - 4:30 pm and Saturdays 9:30 - 4 pm. Chief Executive Officer Barbara Williams say “They’re more than just a second-hand store, our shops are a hugely

Barbara who has overseen significant growth in the organisation, including the addition of palliative care facilities, is thrilled to now be open in Glen Eden. “Glen Eden is becoming an ever more popular West Auckland area, and we’re so glad to be able to open our doors to local shoppers. Hospice West’s shops provide cost-effective choice, which why they are so popular, says Barbara. “We know our customer base is hugely varied, from young people just starting out flatting needing to kit out their house, aficionados of collectable homewares and fashionistas who like to cut an original swathe. Our shops offer choice and the fun of searching out something perfect just for you and we’re looking forward to getting to know our new shoppers in Glen Eden.” The Glen Eden adds to Hospice Shops in Helensville, Henderson, Hobsonville, New Lynn and Te Atatu.


Reverence grows year after year Even as the parade of survivors dwindles year on year, Dawn Parades and other memorial services through West Auckland get even bigger. More and more of us remember them every year as reverence grows, for the sufferings, sacrifice and achievements of men and women who served their country. Many were members of our own families or people who we or our parents knew. As the interest in ANZAC grows, so too does the event at Waikumete, West Auckland’s premiere Dawn Ceremony. Some say it is the premiere ceremony in Auckland because of its haunting setting in the pre-dawn darkness in front of the serried ranks of memorials to those very men and women who we are there to remember. The ceremony seen today had its beginnings nearly 20 years ago when Waitakere City Council agreed to help Glen Eden RSA stage the RSA’s Waikumete Dawn Ceremony. It has grown steadily in pageant and attendance ever since. Cannon salutes have been added, pipers, rifle salutes, historical war vehicles help set the scene. Front and centre all that time has been RSA welfare Officer Matt McMillan who has worked tirelessly over the years to ensure that the ceremony grows more dramatic and meaningful. Last year antique cannon were added to the ceremony. This year there will be 10 cannon and the booming of their salute just before 6am will be the signal for the annual parade to march out of the darkness to the newly refurbished cenotaph. Matt promises an even greater spectacle next year, to mark not only the terrible sufferings of ANZACs, but also the beginning of the end in 1918, of the greatest war the world had ever seen to that time. Only a handful of veterans remain now but the parade itself swells each year as youngsters from schools and youth organisations step forward to honour heroes of World Wars One and Two, Korea, Malaysia, Vietnam and more recently, Afghanistan. By the time 6am arrives there are several thousand people and yet it is hushed and reverent, their candle flames pricking holes in the gloom, beneath the trees and before the serried ranks of headstones for old soldiers, that stretch off into the darkness. The Waitakere City brass band strikes a stirring march. And now the hush around the cenotaph deepens, the crowd listening for the growing sound of the music and the steady tramp of feet. Out of the darkness the old soldiers march to array themselves before a stage of dignitaries from the city, the Government, from the armed forces and representatives of friendly nations. The hymns float out filling the night sky, led by soaring voice of a young soprano. The priest dignified in his cassock, leads the prayers. The Last Post sounds its mournful voice, the flags of New Zealand, Australia, Britain and this year Turkey, rattle down the flagpoles. A voice speaks the haunting words: “They shall not grow old, as we who are left grow old. Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we shall remember them.”

The crowd takes up the refrain, “We will remember them” with emphasis on the “will” investing it with sincerity and commitment. A disembodied voice calls the roll of honour of the veterans who have taken their personal Last Post in the past year. High on a nearby hill, appropriately beneath a pine, members of a rifle party fire their own tribute,. The flags rise into the air as dawn breaks over the eastern horizon, the wreaths are laid and the parade of old men who have been doing this for 70 years, march determinedly off to the standing ovation of the crowd.

Six O'clock start The half hour ceremony begins exactly at 6am but given the ever increasing crowd, it is wise to aim to be at Waikumete by at least 5.30am. A second parade is held at 11am. On this occasion the public are invited to help with the wreath laying.

Please, no dogs and no drones Dogs and drones are not permitted at Waikumete during the ANZAC ceremonies.

ANZAC SERVICES WAIKUMETE CEMETERY Dawn Service at the Cenotaph, corner of Great North Road and Glenview Road, Glen Eden assemble 5.30am for 6am start. Then the 11am Service at the Waikumete Cenotaph.

SWANSON 8.45am parade departs Swanson Primary School for Swanson RSA for 9am service.

AVONDALE RSA 9.30am parade departs from clubrooms for St Ninian’s for 10am service.

TE ATATU PENINSULA RSA 9.40am parade departs

Te Atatu Peninsula Community House carpark for Te Atatu Peninsula RSA for 10am service.

NEW LYNN 9am parade departs Community Centre carpark, for New Lynn RSA, for 9.30am service. TITIRANGI 10.15am parade departs Lopdell House for

10.30am Service at Titirangi War Memorial Hall at 10.30am.

LAINGHOLM Community Parade at 10.30am at Laingholm Community Hall.

HOBSONVILLE RSA 10.30am parade departs Hobsonville School, for Hobsonville RSA, for 11am service. WAITAKERE RSA Service, 11.10am. At RSA Clubrooms. HENDERSON RSA 11.15am parade departs Railside

Avenue fire station, for Henderson RSA, for 11.30am service.

PIHA 1.50pm parade departs Piha RSA for Lion Rock for 2pm service.


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New Zealand Flower & Garden Show Billed as the “Greatest Show in Earth” the New Zealand Flower & Garden Show is back and this time it’s going to be in the heart of West Auckland, at The Trusts Arena, in November. The four-day event will bring a major floral and horticultural spectacular back to the city nine years after the Ellerslie Flower Show departed for Christchurch. More than 60,000 visitors are expected to savour one hundred horticultural displays and 200 industry exhibitors giving patrons more than 300 great reasons to come. The show will be running from 29 November to 3 December 2017, from 10.00am to 6.00pm at The Trusts Arena grounds, in Waitakere. Tickets will be on sale from May through Ticketek. Event Director and multi-award winning garden designer Kate Hillier is looking forward to seeing the garden and landscape spectacular come to life in the new Waitakere location. “Confirming The Trusts Arena grounds for the New Zealand Flower & Garden Show is a great way to kick off 2017! Showcasing New Zealand’s top gardening and landscape design talent, as well as international designers, will guarantee a visual feast of flower and garden creations. “With more than 100 horticultural and floral art displays across 10 categories, I’m certain that local and international judges will find it difficult to choose the Best

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in Show Winner! What’s more, as the landscape of garden design has changed over the years and the way we Kiwis live, the gardens and fabulous things on show will celebrate and inspire a whole new way of enjoying the outdoors.” The Show management team is keen to speak with anyone who is interested in partnering with this event as a sponsor, retailer or exhibitor. During the show, new events will transform the grounds into an exciting social hub. The event takes off with a glamorous Gala opening for 1,000 guests. Tickets will be on sale from May 1, 2017, perfect timing for Mother’s Day gifts. Pricing starts at $24 per person and children under the age of 12 are free.

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Meet the SKYCITY Mystics Samon Nathan returns to Auckland Former Westlake Girls High School student Samon Nathan says she’s ecstatic to be returning home from Wellington’s Central Pulse, to be a SKYCITY Mystics player for the 2017 ANZ Premiership season.

at North Shore club Commodores, during her first year of high school. They also worked together at Westlake Girls High School, in the Northern Under-23 side.

Midcourter Samon has been getting a lot of game time at centre, and says she enjoyed her stint with the Central Pulse, getting more game time than she expected but “coming back home to play for your home team is so cool because, back in the day, I aspired to be in the SKYCITY Mystics and then all of a sudden I’m playing for them”.

The 24-year old has a busy schedule. She works full time doing credit control and accounts work, but she’s reduced her hours while the ANZ Premiership league is in full swing. Nathan said she loves going out for lunches and socialising, and she said she’s a big foodie. “I always like to try new places to go for lunches and dinners. It’s a great way to catch up with my mates and also my family.”

“I really got to test the waters in Wellington and now I feel like I am more prepared than I was at the start of the season last year. I’ve settled in really well at the Mystics and I’m loving it. I am in this team with girls who I always looked up to and now I’m playing with them. It’s awesome.” Of all the SKYCITY Mystics squad, Nathan has been coached the most by head coach Helene Wilson. Wilson was her coach

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Waitakere United's great season Waitakere United has shown it’s bounce-back-ability this season under head coach Chris Milicich and chairman Stephen Williamson as the men from out West turned their fortunes around. The club finished fifth in an eight-team league at the end of the 2015-16 season and a massive 13 points from the play off places, it was a big comedown for a proud club that had previously vied for the championship each season with central city neighbours Auckland City FC. Milicich, who had previously coached the national under 20’s side to a World Cup, was tasked with bringing success back to the club while also providing a pathway for West Auckland youth to play at the highest level of the game in the country. “Finding men of character” was a prerequisite for building a side capable of achieving the club’s goals according to the well-travelled coach and that required seventeen new faces in the team for the current season including imports from not just other New Zealand regions but also from as far afield as Germany and Austria. The tough recruitment policy paid off in spades as the season played out with home and away victories over Auckland City and third spot in the league overall. What followed was a tough semi-final date in the capital with last season’s champions Team Wellington. The game has been called not just the match of the season but possibly the best match New Zealand has ever seen at this level with both team’s intent on attack after 120 minutes the scores were locked up at 6 all! Incredibly,

German striker, Pascal Reinhardt would complete his hattrick in the 3rd minute of injury time in extra time to send the game to penalties. Considering the 12 goals scored in the fixture when it came to penalties it was the keepers that came to the fore with both Pirmin Strasser and Scott Basalaj producing a string of exceptional saves to force sudden death. It was here that the dream ended for Waitakere United with Niko Kirwan slotting the winning spot kick for the eventual champions Team Wellington. According to Chris Milicich it was a fantastic season that finished too soon but he was proud of the steps the team had taken in just one of what he sees as a three year project – we’ll be back next season stronger than ever, c,mon United!

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