3 years ..........

A BIG "Thank You" to Marie Laufiso,

THE BCDP hard worker,

the mover and shaker,

the planner and maker,

the traveller and seeker,

the scholar and master.

 

With your fountain of knowledge and experience you changed Brockville.

"Brockville rocks" now!

You started it, we'll finish it.

 

many, MANY Thanks from all residents of Brockville

 

greetings and all the best for the future

From Your Team, you created.

 

--01.06.2014--the new start for some new volunteers; please come and apply--

 

 

 

 

 

1500warmhomes

 

Please contact  Marie Laufiso bcdp_worker@vodafone.co.nz

or (03) 476 49 72 for more information

 

....and don't forget to harvest some peas or lettuce in your community garden, next to the school - it's free and for all; YOU !

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