A big thank you to those who have been coming to help help on the Lake Okareka Community walking track each Tuesday afternoon/early evening and also on Saturday 4th February. The walking track had approx 750 pairs of feet run over it last Saturday morning (11th February 2017) - the Tarawera Ultra marathon 100 and 85 km runners - and Brian Law, Project Manager for LOCA reported at the LOCA AGM on Sunday 12th Feb that you wouldn't have known - the track stood up extremely well. And now we have had a little bit of rain, it will help lay the dust at least. There is another Working Bee this afternoon.
WORKING BEE AFTER WORK - TUESDAY 14th February 2017 any time from 4pm
Once again this afternoon it will be laying textiles and then gravel over the top, using the tractor and trailer to cart and spread the gravel.
Please park in the car park area near the Te Waiariki Purea Trust Paddle Shed adjacent to Boyes beach (there may be other vehicles with the Te Au Rere Waka Ama club in there too, so please park considerately) and go to where the large heap of gravel is located.
Please wear suitable clothing and strong closed toes foot wear. Bring gardening gloves, a shovel and a rake (if you have them). Please also bring a drink and a snack, if you think you might get hungry/thirsty.
Please continue to mark Tuesday afternoons in your diary as Working Bee afternoons for the Lake Okareka Community Walking Track, until further notice.
For further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 07 362 8865.
Lake Okareka Community Assn