Canterbury Earthquake - ways we can all help

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Re: Canterbury Earthquake - ways we can all help

Post by sable » Thu Sep 09, 2010 6:22 pm

If I'd known you were in the area Laura I could have given you your heater!
I wonder if Addington had lots of people dropping off stuff after I did mine, it was a bit bare first thing this morning but things can change quickly with the generosity of people living in Christchurch.
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Re: Canterbury Earthquake - ways we can all help

Post by cj » Thu Sep 09, 2010 6:59 pm

Completely different, but our church put on a drop-in day today, and seriously the whole community was there with all the church folks having made soup for lunch, and baked all sorts. It was wonderful. Not just for those of us with children with no-where to get together, but for everyone!
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Re: Canterbury Earthquake - ways we can all help

Post by dodgums » Thu Sep 09, 2010 7:00 pm

I have heard the linwood high is closing as they have cracks etc. But I dont know where they have /are moving to
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Re: Canterbury Earthquake - ways we can all help

Post by dodgums » Thu Sep 09, 2010 7:01 pm

I have heard the linwood high is closing as they have cracks etc. But I dont know where they have /are moving to
Mum to G 21yrs, B 20yr, B 14yrs, G 12yrs, G 9yrs, B 7yrs, B 5yrs and wife to a great dh

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