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Pirinoa fundraiser

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Pirinoa School is looking to raise funds towards a number of projects. The main project is the resurfacing of the netball court so it can be used for multi-sporting groups by the school and community for which $75,000 is required. Additional projects on the fundraising wish list include a playground upgrade, resources for the children, and developing the school farm.
 
Sonja Hume, mum of three children, Aleesha 7, Leah 9 and Jayden 11 ,at the school joined Anchor Families, a promotion being run by Anchor Milk, the fundraising has the full approval of Pirinoa School’s new principal Troy Anderson. The promotion is offering up a grand prize of $200,000. In the event she wins, Sonya has pledged her winnings to the school’s fundraising.
 
Sonya commented, “I started the Anchor Milk Family because I want to help our school with funds. If we were lucky enough to win, it would take away the constant fundraising worries and allow the children to reap the rewards within their curriculum learning and outdoor play.  All children drink milk at School and it is a wonderful promotion to get in behind. “
 
Sonya is now asking others to join her Anchor Family to help boost her chances of winning the grand prize. Anyone that would like to help Sonya can request an invite to join her family by sending her an email to sonya-david@xtra.co.nz. Readers can also simply donate their code to Sonya’s family via the same means. The promotion runs until 7 June.

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