Nor West News : September 1st 2011
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Photo: WARWICK SMITH Use it or lose it. A crisis meeting is now set for September 7 to keep the Riverhead Amateur Athletics Club on track. This follows a disap- pointing turnout for the 50-year-old club s annual meeting with only five attending -- all long-time members. There is currently no club president or sec- retary. The simple situation isthatifnooneinthe community is prepared to come forward and help run the club, then pres- ent committee members have no choice but to put the club into recess. On that basis there will be no athletics for this coming 2011-2012 season, committee member Mark Hall says. The club is healthy and successful with no debts and last year it attracted 250 children aged 2 to 14 years old. It has always been run by parents and care- givers. What is needed now is for parents with chil- dren at the club or some- one from the wider com- munity to come forward and take over the reins and the running of the club, Mark says. Former club competi- tors still doing well in the sport include jumper and runner Nicholas Gerrard and heptathlete Portia Bing. The meeting will be at the Norwest football clubrooms at Huapai Domain from 7pm. Refreshments will be provided. Call Mark on 974-5601 or Claire on 412-2110. Visit www.sportsground. co.nz/riverheadathletics for more information about the club. Kidney Kids bowled over Generous donation: Kidney Kids chief executive Paul Norfolk, chairman David Baty and founder Elaine Simons receive a cheque from Black Cap Tim McIntosh, Queen City Cricket Club representative Keith MacKenzie and Black Cap Gareth Hopkins. Belonging to the Queen Street Cricket Club can mean batting for a worthy fundraiser. Members cough up with $5 for every duck during a Black Cap international match and also part with $10 each time a century is scored. The proceeds go to numerous charities but one of the biggest benefactors is Kidney Kids of NZ. The organisation has received $150,000 over the past five years and the money has helped fund international camps and parties for all of the young kidney patients. The latest cheque for $30,000 was presented to Kidney Kids on behalf of the club by Black Cap Tim McIntosh.
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