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SeniorNet Motueka
SeniorNet Motueka is part of the nation-wide programme to teach, within a congenial environment, basic computer skills to persons in the 55+ age group and those who are physically disabled.
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Motueka and Districts Historical Association
We aim to preserve and make available historic records relating to the Motueka area. A large collection of material is held in the Crozier Research Room at the Motueka Museum and is constantly being added to. We hold monthly meetings at which we have a variety of speakers on topics of local interest.
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Motueka Agricultural & Pastoral Association
This association hold annually an agricultural/horticultural show to showcase the development of agricultural, pastoral, forestry, horticultural, stock-raising, equestrian and other associated activities in the District. It also administers Marchwood Park to be used for the benefit of the community.
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Motueka Toastmasters Club
Toastmasters helps people develop confidence through public speaking and public roles. There are programmes for learning how to speak effectively and also for developing leadership skills. Motueka Toastmasters, founded in 2006, is part of the world-wide Toastmasters network.
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Men's Shed
The Motueka Men’s Shed is a popular meeting place for a group of men who like to make things, help the community, and make friends. So far we have mended tools for the Community Gardens, made items for the hospital, and done small maintenance tasks for the Rec Centre.
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Grey Power Motueka
Grey Power is a voluntary organization founded some 20 years ago to give superannuitants a voice against Government policy affecting their superannuation. Grey Power Motueka is very vocal when it comes to TDC decisions regarding Motueka and we are working closely with the Community Board on a wide range of matters.
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The Food Club
The Food Club was born from the wish of a group of people in the Motueka/Moutere area to cooperatively purchase healthy and wholesome foods and household items, making this available to the community on a membership basis. We are combining our power to purchase and share bulk and packaged food-related products as well as fresh produce and dairy from our member store in Lower Moutere.
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Nelson Bays Trail Riding Club
Trudi Murray moved to the Tasman area from Marlborough where she belonged to a similar club and, there being no Trail Riding Club in our region, she set about forming one. She took on the huge task of contacting property owners in order to get permission to have riders compete on their land.
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