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Teaming up: Blue Jay Senior marching team are holding a reunion called Boots and
Buddies to raise money for the new club to get to nationals and the South Island
championships. From the back left, Angela Barker, leader, Gemma Wells, Levana
Bartlett, coach, Cheryl Hill and Jo Thomson and in the front Tracy Boniface and
Photo: LOUISE BERWICK 628293137
Club hits on novel fundraiser
What: Boots and Buddies Reunion
Where: Ascot Park Hotel
When: September 7 at 6.30pm
Who: Past and present marchers,
judges and officials.
By LOUISE BERWICK
Decades of marching, memories and
mischief will be reminisced about
A Southland marching club is
holding a reunion of marching
teams, both past and present, judges
and officials as the sport goes
through a resurgence.
Reunion organiser Angela Barker
said the event doubled as a
fundraiser for the Blue Jay club, as
well as a chance for decades of
marchers to reminisce about the
years they had spent in the sport.
The new club needed funds as it
launched itself for the new season
starting in October.
With 12 members, who all moved
from other clubs, they faced
mounting costs for uniforms, trans-
port to competitions and equipment.
So the group thought outside the box
for fundraising. Along with the
conventional fundraising of cheese
rolls, the team decided a Southland-
wide reunion would give them the
best of both worlds, a chance to
remember the good times, while
raising money for the future.
''Nothing like this has been planned
before,'' Ms Barker said. Along with
most marchers, the women in the
team had been a part of the sport
since they were children and had
spent the past couple of months
collecting photos and memorabilia
for the evening.
The evening would take people on a
trip down memory lane, with a
slideshow of photos, and speeches,
It was the perfect time to hold a
fundraiser, with the sport experienc-
ing a surge in people joining clubs,
especially children, she said.
They hoped the event would attract
hundreds of marchers and funds.
On a roll?
Last chance: Electoral fieldworker
Graeme Price, in his last attempt
to get more people on the
electoral roll, at Pak 'n Save in
Invercargill this week. The
deadline for people to enrol to
vote for the local elections is 4pm
tomorrow. Mr Price said the effort
to get more people on the
electoral roll was very successful.
While he did not know numbers,
Mr Price said there had been an
increase in the number of young
people enrolling to vote.
Enrolment Services national
manager Murray Wicks said voters'
details needed to be up to date if they
wanted to have a say. Details can be
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and address to 3676.
PHOTO: ROBYN EDIE 628292536
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