Port Waikato September Fire Round Up

After a busy start to the year, the month of September was nice and quiet.  There were only two  medicals in the whole month so a nice period of undisturbed sleeps.

At the Port Waikato Pink Breakfast we auctioned ourselves for an hours labour so spent an afternoon at a generous local’s property doing gardening—an enjoyable teamwork occasion.

We were also the lucky recipients of a generous donation from the proceeds of the Pukekawa Fishing Club auction which allows us to purchase additional equipment.  Let’s hope October stays just as quiet but hopefully dryer.


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