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Gone to Glory

Sunday, October 2nd, 2011

Dear friends, on Friday morning, Craig was very drowsy and spent most of the day asleep. He remained peaceful and quiet and deeply unconscious all afternoon. Late in the evening it became difficult for him to breathe and in a short time, about 11:35pm on Friday the 30th of September 2011 our gracious God took Craig home to Heaven.

We have all felt so completely surrounded by the Lord’s peace and love and the support and help of our dear brothers and sisters in Christ, family and friends. We will miss our husband and father yet we are thankful to know his eternal state with such certainty and look forward to seeing him again in Glory. We so appreciate all your prayers and support. With love from Barbara and the children.

The funeral service will take place, Lord willing, at 1pm on Friday the 7th of October at the Reformed Church of Palmerston North.  (We are considering changing this venue as we have had a number of people indicate that they will be travelling from afar to come to Craig’s funeral. We trust that we will be able to confirm the venue later today.)

Here are a number of YouTube videos that Craig made when he was very low at the end of August. He shares his heart with you all here:

What is the number one issue I need to settle? Pt 1

What is the number one issue I need to settle? Pt 2

What is the number one issue I need to settle? Pt 3

What is the number one issue I need to settle? Pt 4

What is the number one issue I need to settle? Pt 5

What does it mean to be a Christian Pt 2

What does it mean to be a Christian Pt 1

Updates here on Craig’s journey:

Craig Smith’s Health updates:

http://hef.org.nz/about-us/craig-smiths-health/

and

Craig’s diary

http://hef.org.nz/about-us/craig-smiths-health/craigs-diary/

and

New Youtube clips: http://hef.org.nz/q-a-with-craig/

Coming Events for April

Wednesday, April 14th, 2010

Coming Events for April – June

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Sat 17 April 2010

Top of the South Conference in Tasman Bay

Venue: Tasman Bible Church Cnr Coastal Highway and Williams Rd, Tasman

Contact: Rose, 03 526-6767       evenings only or                topofthesouthreg@live.com

Cost: $5.00 per family

Programme:

8:45am Venue opens

9:15am Welcome

9:30 – 11am

Craig and Barbara Smith: Home Education – Getting Things Into Perspective

11am Morning Tea

11:30am Two Electives

Craig Smith:  A Christian Dad’s Essential Role in Home Education

Barbara Smith:  Changing the Heart of a Rebel  (For preventing rebellion, and dealing with it as a Christian)

12:30pm  BYO Lunch, View Resources

1:00pm Two Electives

Craig Smith: Is it Possible to Discipline Children in our Undisciplined Society?

Barbara Smith: Training our Children’s Minds, The Tools of Learning, and Motivation

2:30pm PM Tea, View Resources

3.00pm Two Electives Combined

Craig and Barbara Smith: Training our Children/Youth to be Pure and Raising our Daughters to be Godly Wives and Mothers

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Tue 20 April 2010

Coffee & Dessert Evening in Hokitika

Venue: Hokitika Church of Christ, corner of Sale and Stafford Sts, Hokitika

Time: 7:00 pm
Cost: $5.00 per family

Questions and Answers with Craig and Barbara Smith

Please bring your favourite dessert to share.

Anyone wanting individual time with Craig or Barbara, or both? They are available during the day of the 20th. Let Sonya know and she will arrange a time when you can meet with them.

Contact: Sonya McGarvey           Ph: 03 755-5300    mcgarveyls@snap.net.nz

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Thurs 22 Apr 2010

An Evening in Te Anau

Venue: Lakeside Presbyterian Church, Te Anau Terrace, Te Anau

Time: 7pm

Contact: Nancy, 03 349-8166, gnbarnes@xtra.co.nz

Programme:

7pm Keynote with Craig “Home Education – Getting things Into Perspective.”

8pm two electives
Craig: “Is it Possible to Discipline in Our Undisciplined Society.’
Barbara: Christian Parents Preventing and Changing Rebellion in a Child’s Heart”

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Fri/Sat 23-24 Apr 2010

“Refresh” Conference in New Plymouth

Speaker: Rosie Boom

www.boomfamily.co.nz

Venue: Northpoint Baptist Church, 116 Mangati Rd., Bell Block

Cost: $30 (includes am & pm teas)

Contact: Sue, 06 758-5294, innesnz@xtra.co.nz; Helen, 06 754-7158, powicks @gmail.com

Friday: Family Concert by Rosie Boom & Family, 7-9pm

Programme:

9:00am — Venue Opens, Resources

9:30am — Rosie Boom: Joy in the Homeschool Journey

10:30 — AM Tea

10:50 — Rosie: The Gift of Values (how to nurture character in our children’s lives)

12:30 — Lunch

1:00pm — Resource Stalls open

2:15pm — Rosie: Building a Strong Family

3:15-6:00pm — View Resources

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Sat 24 April 2010

Full Day Workshop in Invercargill

Venue: Rosedale Bible Chapel       Cnr Bourke & Exmouth Sts    Invercargill

Contact: Joy Gibson               Phone: 03 214-4493             briangibson@clear.net.nz

Costs: $15 / family or $5 / session

Programme:

9:00am Venue Opens, Resources

9:15am Welcome & Notices

9:30-11am Two Electives

Craig Smith: The Christian Dad’s Essential Role in Home Education

Barbara Smith: Avoiding Burnout — Keeping Going When the Going Gets Tough

11:00am AM Tea, View Resources

11:30am Two Electives

Craig Smith: Choosing or Developing Your Own Curriculum

Barbara Smith: Training Our Children’s Minds, The Tools of Learning and Motivation

1:00pm BYO Lunch, Resources

1:30pm Two Electives

Craig Smith: Changing the Heart of a Rebel (for preventing rebellion and dealing with it as a Christian)

Barbara Smith: Training Our Children to Worship

2:30pm PM Tea, View Resources

3:00pm Two Electives

Craig Smith: Training Our Children/Youth to Be Pure

Barbara Smith: Raising Our Daughters to Be Godly Wives and Mothers

4:30pm View Resources. End

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Mon 26 April 2010

Dunedin Home Education Seminar

Venue: Musselburgh Baptist Church, 131 Musselburgh Rise, Dunedin

Time: 10am-3pm & 7-9pm

Cost: $15 per family, which includes the Children’s Programme

Contact: Dunedin Committee on register4dunedinseminar@gmail.com or Katie, ph. 03 489-2349,

Programme:

10am — Registration & Resources

10:15 — Welcome & Notices

10:30-12 — Two Electives

Craig Smith: Home Education — Getting Things into Perspective

Barbara Smith: Home Education  through Secondary and Preparing for Tertiary

12-1 — Lunch. Tea & Coffee provided.

1-2:30 — Two Electives:

Craig: Changing the Heart of a Rebel

Barbara: Avoiding Burnout: Keeping Going When the Going Gets Tough

2:30-3 — PM Tea & Resources

(3pm-7pm: Free to go home)

7-9pm — Two Electives

Craig: Dad’s Essential Role in Home Education from a Christian Perspective

Barbara: Training Our Children’s Minds: Tools of Learning and Motivation

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Tue 27 April 2010

Half Day Workshop in Oamaru

Contact: Tani, 03 434-9253, tani.newton@paradise.net.nz

Venue: Elim Church

Cost: $10 per family or $5 per session.

Speakers: Craig & Barbara Smith

Programme:

1pm — Registration & Resources

1:30 — Two Electives

Craig Smith: Choosing or Developing Your Own Curriculum

Barbara Smith: Training Our Children’s Minds

3pm — PM Tea & Resources

3:30 — Two Electives:

Craig: Changing the Heart of a Rebel

Barbara: Training Our Children to Worship

4:30-5 — Q & A Session

6:00pm — Pot Providence Tea

8:00pm — Two Electives:

Craig: The Christian Dad’s Essential Role in Home Education

Barbara: Training Our Daughters to Be Godly Wives & Mothers

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Wed 28 April 2010

Workshop in Timaru

Venue: Connect Community Church, Intersection of College Rd and Harper St., Timaru

Cost: $5 per family per sessioin or $15 per family for all the 4 sessions.

Contact: Rachel, 03 686-3393   or thelittles@maxnet.co.nz

Programme:

1:45pm — Arrive & Welcome

2:00 — Two Electives

Craig Smith: Getting Things into Perspective (Schooling vs Education, Character Training, Tutoring/mentoring, Developing Vision)

Barbara Smith: Avoiding Burnout: Keeping Going When the Going Gets Tough (Symptoms, Causes, Strategies)

3:30pm — PM Tea & Resources

4:00 — Two Electives:

Craig: Choosing/Developing Your Own Curriculum

Barbara: Training Our Children’s Minds: the Tools of Learning and Motivation (Grammar, Logic and Rhetoric Stages of a Classical Hebrew / Interpersonal Education)

5:30 — BYO Dinner Time

6:30pm — Two Electives:

Craig: The Christian Dad’s Essential Role in Home Education

Barbara: Creating Your Own Library and the Vital Nature of Reading Aloud

7:30pm — Keynote Address

Craig: Home Educating Through Secondary and Preparing for Tertiary and the Workforce

8:35pm — Q & A Session

9:00pm — Supper

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Thur 29 April 2010

Home Education Workshop in Ashburton

Venue: Ashburton Baptist Church, cnr Cass & Havelock Sts., Ashburton

Cost: $5 one session, $10 Single, $15 Family

Contact: Melanie, 03 030-6564, midcanthomeeducators@gmail.com

Programme:

1pm — Registration & Resources

1:15-2:45 — Barbara Smith: Avoiding Burnout: Keeping Going When the Going Gets Tough

2:45-3:15pm — PM Tea & Resources

3:15-4:30 — Craig Smith: Home Educating Through Secondary and Preparing for Tertiary and the Workforce

4:30-5:00pm — View Resources

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Sat 1 May 2010

Workshop in Christchurch

Venue: Bishopdale Reformed Church, 90 Highsted Rd., Christchurch

Cost: $15.00

Contact: Angela McDowell, ph. 03 383-0652 pm only; andrew. mcdowell@xtra.co.nz

Programme:

9:00am Venue Opens, Resources

9:15am Welcome & Notices

9:30-11am Two Electives

Craig Smith: The Christian Dad’s Essential Role in Home Education

Barbara Smith: Avoiding Burnout — Keeping Going When the Going Gets Tough

11:00am AM Tea, View Resources

11:30am Two Electives

Craig Smith: Choosing or Developing Your Own Curriculum

Barbara Smith: Training Our Children’s Minds, The Tools of Learning and Motivation

1:00pm BYO Lunch, Resources

1:30pm Two Electives

Craig Smith: Changing the Heart of a Rebel (for preventing rebellion and dealing with it as a Christian)

Barbara Smith: Training Our Children to Worship

2:30pm PM Tea, View Resources

3:00pm Two Electives

Craig Smith: Training Our Children/Youth to Be Pure

Barbara Smith: Raising Our Daughters to Be Godly Wives and Mothers

4:30pm View Resources. End

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Mon 3 May 2010

Evening Meeting in Blenheim

Venue: The Community House in Riversdale, 131 Budge St.

Cost: Donation

Time: 7:00pm

Contact: Sandy, 03 578-1296, home_spun3@live.com

Informal Q & A time: with Craig & Barbara Smith, including college & university entrance.

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Fri/Sun 28-30 May 2010

Patchwork of Grace

Retreat

Venue: El Rancho, Waikanae

Speaker: Rosie Boom

Cost: $165 per person, includes all meals from Sat Breakfast through Sunday Lunch.

Contact: Gayle McDonald, lotsamacs@xtra.co.nz

This is an opportunity for you to spend a weekend away from the burdens and stresses of homeschooling life and take some time out to fellowship with other like-minded mums. You will receive inspiration and encouragement for your homeschool journey.

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Fri/Sat 25-27 June 2010

Heart Retreat

Matamata

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For more on Craig and Barbara’s talks go to:

and

Top of the South Conference in Tasman Bay: Sat 17 April 2010

Friday, March 26th, 2010

Sat 17 April 2010

Top of the South Conference

in Tasman Bay

Venue: Tasman Bible Church Cnr Coastal Highway and Williams Rd, Tasman

Contact: Rose Sutherland Phone 03 526 6767 evenings only or topofthesouthreg@live.com Cost: $5.00 per family

PROGRAMME:
8:45am Venue opens, Resource Table

9:15am Welcome

9:30 – 11am          Craig and Barbara Smith: “Home Education – Getting Things Into Perspective”

11am Morning Tea

11:30am Two Electives
Craig Smith:  “Dad’s Essential Role in Home Education – from a Christian Perspective”
Barbara Smith: “Changing the Heart of a Rebel”  (For preventing rebellion, and dealing with it – Christian presentation)

2:30pm  Lunch – BYO, Resource Table

1: 00pm Two Electives
Craig Smith: “Is it Possible to Discipline Children in our Undisciplined Society?”
Barbara Smith: “Training our Children’s Minds”, “The Tools of Learning”, and “Motivation”

2:30pm Afternoon Tea, Resource Table

3.00pm Two Electives Combined
Craig and Barbara Smith: “Training our Children/Youth to be Pure” and “Raising our Daughters to be Godly Wives and Mothers”

(Q’s and A’s can be included in this session.)

Hamilton Home Schooling Conference – all welcome – great talks for all parents

Thursday, February 25th, 2010

Sat 6 March 2010

THEN Conference Hamilton

Venue: Hamilton Sth Baptist Church, 131 Ohaupo Rd, Hamilton

Contact: Margaret, Phone: 07 843 5656, THENmail@gmail.com

Costs: $20 THEN member, $35 nonmember, $40 on-day

Registrations close: Sunday 28 February 2010

(you can still turn up on the day and pay the on-day registration)

Vendors: Home Education Foundation, Learnex, CES Books and more.

Programme

9am Open for Registrations including on the day registrations

10am Start and Welcome

10.05am – 10.30am Craig Smith — Keynote Address

10.30 Morning Tea, Vendors Open

11.00am – 12.00pm Session 1

Craig Smith: Getting Started in Home Education: In this presentation Craig Smith covers the details of getting your child out of school, different approaches to home education, curriculum materials and the legal aspects of home education. For those new to home education this is a great place to get an over view.

Wintech, University and Vision College reps: Preparing for Tertiary

Rowena Powell: Reading, the Reluctant Reader and Maths Reluctant: Rowena home educated her own children and now specializes in teaching reading writing and maths to children who need extra help. Her workshops usually have a hands on approach to how you go about helping children to master the art of reading writing and maths.

Barbara Smith: Coping with/Avoiding Burnout: During this presentation Barbara Smith will look at the symptoms and causes of home school burnout and strategies for avoiding it. Many of us worry about whether what we are doing is right, is there a better way and strive too hard. Barbara will lead us to an understanding of what home education really calls us to.

12 pm Lunch BYO. Tea and coffee provided

12.45 pm – 1.25pm Session 2

Craig Smith: Is it possible to discipline children in our undisciplined society? It will be very interesting to hear what Craig has to say here. He is right; society is undisciplined. How do we teach discipline to our children in a world that mocks it.

Barbara Smith: Books, Great books and more books: How is your home library coming along? From her years of home education experience Barbara will share her wisdom of what it really is worth spending your money on to develop your home library. What books are of greatest value? And Why?

Gladys Billings: Teaching Writing: Gladys is the home schooling mother of Anna (15) and David (15).
If our child is a good reader we naturally think they will be a good writer. But this does not always follow. Writing is a skill which any child can acquire so as to express themselves creatively or in essays. For the last 4 years Gladys used Andrew Pudewa’s wonderful user-friendly Excellence in Writing material to teach children how to write.

Johanna Whittaker: Lapbooking and Unit Studies: Johanna is the home schooling mum to Nathan (10) and Grace (12). She discovered the creativity, fun and convenience of Lapbooking when undertaking unit study work with her children. They have been making lapbooks for about five years, subjects ranging from butterflies to India. If you just want to find a way to conveniently record and store project work in an attractive innovative way, then investigate this workshop.

1.30pm – 2.30pm Session 3

Craig Smith: Dads: The dad’s essential role in home education is what Craig will explore during this session. The father’s input into home education and family life is vital. Craig as father of a large family will share his wisdom and experience and hopefully inspire other dads to get more involved in their children’s education.

Margaret Evans: Homeschooling on the Smell of an Oily Rag: Margaret is a mother of 6, who has home educated her family over 22 years, much of that time while on the DPB. Can it be done without spending much money, and how do you choose what to spend the little you have on? Alison Kinghorn, who home educated her three children, will also have some input.

Barbara Smith: Training our Children’s Minds: Barbara takes the grammar, logic and rhetoric stages of classical education and applies it to the Hebrew/interpersonal approach to learning which results in a very interesting and informative workshop.

Katherine Baxendine: Home schooling Large Families: Kathy is married to David. They live on a dairy farm in Matamata area with their 11 children who range in age from 19 years to 15 months. Along with Kate Molloy (mother of 8 children) Kathy will lead the workshop whereby they will share ideas and tips that have helped them in their homeschooling.

2.40pm – 3.15pm Panel of homeschooling parents, and homeschool graduates – chaired by Craig Smith.

Close and thank yous

Afternoon tea and vendors stalls open until 4pm

Meeting in Mt Roskill Monday night 7 September 2009 – 7:30pm

Saturday, September 5th, 2009
Meeting in Mt Roskill Monday night

PUBLIC MEETING


The way


The way forward on


Section 59

Hi everyone, if you are in the Auckland area your support at this meeting this Monday night would be greatly appreciated,

Regards Larry

ACT New Zealand MP John Boscawen will host a public meeting to discuss Section 59 of the Crimes Act –  the so called ‘anti-smacking law’ – the recent referendum results, and his Private Member’s Bill recently drawn from the Ballot which seeks to amend Section 59, making a smack for the purpose of correction, no longer illegal.

All media are invited to Hay Park School, 670 Richardson Road, Mt Roskill from 7:30pm, Monday September 7 2009 to hear presentations from guest speakers:
Bob McCroskrie – Family First,
Mr Jim Evans – Emeritus Professor of Law at Auckland University
Larry Baldock – Kiwi Party Leader, former MP and organiser of the referendum petition.
Labour Leader and Mt Roskill MP Phil Goff

and

Mt Roskill Candidate and National MP Jackie Blue have been invited to attend, but are yet to confirm.

Venue: Hay Park School, 670 Richardson Road, Mt Roskill, Auckland.

CLICK HERE FOR MAP OF LOCATION


Date: 7:30pm, Monday, September 7 2009

ENDS

Meetings to strengthen the Family

Sunday, March 29th, 2009

April 14 – 20

Meetings to strengthen the Family

Talks specifically for Christian Dads

A group of 15 Christian home educating fathers is coming from the USA to investigate New Zealand as a possible place to which to re-locate their families.

They are eager to meet with other men living in New Zealand to learn about the country, employment and entrepreneurial opportunities, financial institutions, health and welfare issues, how home education works here and what the home education community is like.

Four public meetings are planned in order to facilitate this, and each meeting is also featuring a formal talk by either Geoff or son Isaac Botkin. These should be of particular interest and benefit to New Zealand Christian home educating fathers, as well as mums, to enhance and encourage their own vision for what home education can and will do for their families, the Church and society as a whole.

The Botkin family lived near Snells Beach and then in Christchurch for six years, making it their business to meet and get to know as many leaders as they could in the Church, the media, economics, politics, home education, etc. Do strive to come to whichever of their meetings you are able.

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AUCKLAND Public Meeting
Date: 14 April Tuesday
Venue: Ngaire Ave Bible Chapel
3 Ngaire Ave, Epsom, Auckland 1003

http://www.google.co.nz/search?sourceid=navclient&hl=en-GB&ie=UTF-8&rlz=1T4GZAZ_en-GBNZ315NZ315&q=map+of+ngaire+ave+newmarket+auckland&safe=active
6:30pm Public meeting
Speaker:: Geoffrey Botkin
Topic: New Zealand’s Future Role in the History of Christianity

Admission: Free, with voluntary offering

For more information:

Contact:: Chris and Erin OR Craig and Barbara Smith
Email: cjanderin@maxnet.co.nz OR  barbara@hef.org.nz
Phone:
(09) 579-4877 OR (06) 357-4399

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HAMILTON Public Meeting

Date: April 16 Thursday, 12 noon

Event: Bring and Share Lunch

Speaker:  Isaac Botkin

Venue: Trinity Reformed Baptist Church

Cnr Miro and Matai Street, Maeroa, Hamilton

Topic: The Importance of Second Generation Home Schooling: Isaac Botkin

Admission: Free, with voluntary offering

For more information:

Phone: 07 843-7554

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TAURANGA Public Meeting

Date: April 16 Thursday

Venue: Mt Baptist Church

cnr Ranch Road and Tui Street, Mt Maunganui

7:00pm  Public meeting

Topic:The Three Greatest Issues Facing the Men of New Zealand: Geoffrey Botkin
Question and Answer

Admission: Free, with voluntary offering

Phone:  07 575-5787

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CHRISTCHURCH Public Meeting

Date: April 20, Monday
Venue: Middleton Grange School, 50 Acacia Avenue, Upper Riccarton, Christchurch 8041

7:30 pm Public Meeting

Speaker: Geoffrey Botkin

Topic: How Men Can Strengthen Their Families in the 21st Century, And Why This is Important

Admission: Free, with voluntary offering

For more information:

Contact:  Calvary Office OR Craig and Barbara Smith

Phone: (03) 341-5223 OR (06) 357-4399

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Geoffrey Botkin
Writer, Director, & Producer
Geoffrey Botkin

Veteran producer and IT pioneer Geoffrey Botkin serves as an advisor to the Western Conservatory of the Arts and Sciences. He has written and directed some of the most controversial and widely watched public affairs films of the last twenty years, reaching viewers across the U.S., Russia, Europe, and Australasia. He has produced or executive-produced more than one-hundred documentary films, television productions, and other media projects.

In addition to time spent as CEO of an experimental international print/broadcast/Internet media conglomerate, Mr. Botkin has invested many years into the training of young media professionals, primarily at Deerwood Studios in the U.S. and the Family Television Network of New Zealand.

Mr. Botkin has lectured on philosophy and history at Hillsdale College, on politics at the Heritage Foundation, and on theology at worldview conferences in the U.S. and New Zealand. With his wife and seven children, he is currently researching the future of the feature motion picture.

Family websites:

http://westernconservatory.com/

http://firstpacificmedia.com/store/

To hear some of Geoffrey’s talks:

http://openlibrary.org/a/OL3752035A/Geoff-Botkin

Geofreyf’s daughters (Authors of So Much More) blog:

http://visionarydaughters.com/

Return of the Daughters DVD
http://hef.org.nz/2008/2720/

Geoffrey’s oldest son’s blog – Isaac will be speaking in Hamilton

http://www.outside-hollywood.com/

http://hef.org.nz/2009/hamilton-meeting-the-importance-of-second-generation-home-schooling/

Father of the Year 2008

Friday, August 15th, 2008

http://www.kiwifamilies.co.nzTopicsCompetitions.html
The first Sunday of September is nearly upon us again, so we’re opening up our second annual “Father of the Year” Award.  We have some cool new sponsors on board with lots of exciting prizes for New Zealand’s best dads! Make your nominations here…

CIR Petition to be presented today

Sunday, June 22nd, 2008

CIR Petition to be presented on steps of Parliament at 12.30pm today

Coming Events – Queens Birthday W/e and June 2008

Thursday, May 29th, 2008

Collecting signatures for the CIR – Section 59

Queens’s Birthday weekend

Gore

I am calling on you all to make contact with people that you may know to
help collect signatures this week during the Gold Guitars in Gore. This
is a big event and some help would be super. There will be busking
Thursday, Friday and Saturday so I do need to plan with H&J Smith’s.
All that is required is a warm coat, gloves, hat and a smile. Come along
to The Gold Guitar events at the same time. Gore is the place to be this
Queens Birthday weekend.

Natalie
Phone 0272174666

Christchurch are going hard at it this weekend with plans to collect at the

Super 14 final, the Marathon and also a motor-cross event.

Andy

phone: 03 357 4599 (or) 021 1140 751.

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Auckland the weekend of June 7 & 8 through to June 14th June.

It will be tables on footpaths in normal shopping areas, (not malls) for a

few hours everyday over lunchtimes. Can I please hear from anyone who

could volunteer some time for this in Auckland

Craig Hill
021746113

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Hamilton to include efforts at Mystery Creek June 11-14th if we can get in.

Larry Baldock
Phone: 021 86 4833
Email: l.baldock@xtra.co.nz

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All areas and other people

It would be fabulous if we all collected what we can over the next three weeks and we were surprised that our total could even grow to 390,000 to match the number in the film ‘Amazing Grace’ where William Wilberforce rolled out the petition in the House of Commons and shouted, “No matter how loud you shout you will not drown out the voice of the people!”


If everyone reading this could spend even 1 hour at a table on the street and collect just another 40 signatures we could do it!

Let’s make sure they hear us!

Remember to ask if people have already signed. No duplicates!

Larry Baldock in Nelson Saturday 24 May 2008

Wednesday, May 21st, 2008

Final meeting in the May South Island tour.

Nelson Saturday Kiwi Party Conference
9am -1pm
Annesbrook Community Centre
40 Saxton Rd, Stoke

If you haven’t already signed Larry Baldock and Sheryl Savill’s petitions, download the petition below, print it, sign them and post it to the address included – simple.

also, you can be gathering signatures for the petition. Download and print it and get your family, friends, neigbours and work mates to sign it!

http://unityforliberty.net.nz/petition.html

or here:

Download the petition + FaQ (3 pages)
http://unityforliberty.net.nz/documents/LarryBaldockPetition_May.pdf

Download the petition only (1 page)
http://unityforliberty.net.nz/documents/CirPetition.pdf