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Te Puke Times - 2021-06-10

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DANCE & MUSIC

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Te Puke Friendship Club: Meets 2nd Wednesday of every month at Te Puke Bowling Club, Palmer Place, Te Puke. Come with a friend, suitable for retired, semi- retired who enjoy company. Te Puke-paengaroa WI: Second Thursday of month, 1.15pm. Te Puke. Ph Val 573 7804 Kauri Centre: A day activity programme for seniors. Wednesday and Thursday 9am — 3pm. Ph Carol Clendon 574-7170 or Colin Oomen 021 135 9090 Pa¯ pa¯ moa Scouts: For 6 to 14 year olds, Mondays, Papamoa Surf Club. Keas & Cubs: 5pm — 6.30pm. Scouts 6.30pm — 8.30pm. Ph James 542-0318. COMMUNITY SERVICES Age Concern: Coffee group meets the second Tuesday of every month, chat over a relaxing cuppa at Te Puke Bupa 10.30am to 11.30am $3 pp. Phone 578 2631. Essential Tremor Support Group: Maketu¯ . Ph 07 533 2551. JP Service Centres: Wednesday 10am — noon, Pa¯ pa¯ moa Library; Thursday 10.30am — 12.30pm, Te Puke Anglican Church. The Hub Te Puke: Counsellors by appointment Tuesday-thursday, 32 Jocelyn Street. Ph 07 975 0157. Te Puke Foodbank, Social work services on Monday, Wednesday and Friday 10am-1pm and Budgeting services Mon, Wed and Fri 9:30-3pm Serenata Singers: If you love to sing we’d love you to join us. Thursdays 10am — 11.30am, Methodist Church Hall, 2 Oroua St, Te Puke. Ph Anne 572 3130. Te Puke Country Music Club: Third Sunday of Month, 1pm, Te Puke Citizen’s RSA. Jellicoe Street. Ph Colleen 573 9360 Sequence Dancing in Te Puke: Every Monday evening at Citizens RSA, Te Puke from 6.30pm — 8.30pm, Free, everyone welcome, partners required. Ph Ally 573 7632 or 027 654 1569

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