Friday, 16 November 2007

FI - 310

16 November 2007 - Family Integrity #310 -- U4L table update

-----Original Message-----
From: Craig Hill []
Sent: Friday, November 16, 2007 8:40 AM
To: Craig
Subject: U4L table update

Hi All,


QUEEN STREET MARCH, All these people will want to sign our petition, we plan to have tables at the beginning with a good man on a megaphone (wrapped in foam, which is now an OSH standard, makes it Labour member thump proof).

IF YOU ARE ATTENDING PLEASE BRING A PETITION BOARD WITH PLENTY OF FORMS and ALSO SOME FLYERS "Go to for petition forms"(written on paper), there is a very good probability that these people will download forms for family and friends.

We also need volunteers for Tables, could you give me an indication please, contact Craig Thankyou.


Rodney led the way with the collection of 520 signatures on Saturday with only 8 folk, well done Arna and the team. Porurua ticking away with 70, Pukekohe nabbed 90, Botany 110, Marton 90, Feilding 125, Hawkes Bay 126, Manurewa 150 and there are still others out there. Great work all. "More tables being added this week".

THE BIG NEWS AT THE A&P SHOW, it's a must read.

I have just arrived back in Auckland from the Christchurch A&P Show, the experience was out of this world. All hats off for Andy, also met Natalie from Catlins (have the Aucklanders worked out where the Catlins are), she traveled six hours to help, she is a real joy.

Here are the numbers:

Wednesday realized 680 in the wind and hail.
Thursday came in with 2020 signatures, it was amazing.

For those who may not have known, our stand was situated right next to the Green Party Tent, I don't think they liked us there. But there's more. On Wednesday when it was cold and windy a lovely lady grabbed a petition board so she could sign, then to give it her full attention she stepped under the tent and out of the weather. Only one problem, she did not realize she had stepped into the "Greens Tent". They were not impressed at all.

My best wishes to all who have involved themselves to date and thank you very much,

Craig Hill

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