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Moving forward: Trelise Cooper is the first woman patron
of the RSA in its 96-year history. The RSA has a new focus
to engage and connect more with today's society. ''There
is sometimes a public misconception that RSAs are about
old soldiers sitting around drinking beer and swapping war
stories,'' Auckland RSA president Graham Gibson says.
''However, that is certainly not the case -- we play a very
active and relevant role in the community.'' Ms Cooper is
pictured with retiring patron Major General Rob Williams
and national president Lieutenant General Don McIver,
Top shooters: The No 19 (Auckland) Squadron Air Training
Corps shooting team dominated the 2012 National
Competition. The team, based at Unitec, collected the
Lady Islington Cup for top in the New Zealand Cadet
Forces, the Wallingford Cup for top in the Air Training
Corps and the Sir John Logan Campbell Vase for top in
Basic items needed by Samoan victims
By SHELLEY GRECO
It has been two months since Cyc-
lone Evan hit Samoa and local
residents are in need of basic sup-
The Samoa Red Cross Society is
appealing to the public to donate
some much-needed resources for
Appeal co-ordinator Robina
Adamson says not everyone has
clean water yet because this is a
work in progress.
They are desperately seeking
plastic-lidded pails, 15 to 20 litres
so that the older children can carry
them to get water for their famil-
ies,'' she says.
Without containers, water can-
not be distributed to families in the
worst-hit areas -- without clean
water people become ill.''
Other items required include bot-
tled water, clothes, blankets and
tarpaulins for shelter.
Also needed are tool supplies to
rebuild as well as hygiene kits
which include two each of hand
sanitiser, toilet soap, tooth bru-
shes, toothpaste, hair combs, hand
towels and toilet paper and one
packet of sanitary pads.
For those who have offered a
monetary donation Ms Adamson
suggests spending the same value
at the supermarket to buy some of
the basic items required.
The appeal is ongoing and the
container will not leave New Zea-
land until it is full.
Phone Robina on 636 3573, Angie
021 202 5124 or Rosalind 636 1294
or 021 045 2641 (texts only to
mobiles) if you wish to donate to
the appeal or for more information.
They will organise pick-up of your
HOW TO GIVE SUPPORT
Mayor Len Brown has established a
fund for Auckland to assist with
recovery after Cyclone Evan.
The fund will be administered by
the Auckland Communities
Foundation. Online payments can
be made to ASB account number
12-3028-0714703-000, include the
reference ACF -- Pacific -- donor
surname or organisation name.
Cheques can be sent directly to:
Mayoral Fund for the Pacific, c/-
Foundation, PO Box 200-114
Papatoetoe Central, Auckland
2156, include the reference ACF --
Pacific -- donor surname or
organisation name. To get a tax
receipt email info@aucklandcf.
org.nz and providing the above
references and full name and
address of donor.
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