Combined Probus Club Of Waikanae Incorporated

Community Organisation

Combined Probus Club Of Waikanae Incorporated
8 He Awa Crescent
Waikanae 5036
29 days ago

Catch up with Work in Progress during Covid19

Sylvie-Patricia Claren from Combined Probus Club Of Waikanae Incorporated

I don't know you, but during the Covid19 Period I have done some catch up with my work in progress hobbies...
Here a table with fruits...& I started as well to convert an old mirror in a type of new one less boring, this one is still in progress, while I need a tube of white and yellow oil… View more
I don't know you, but during the Covid19 Period I have done some catch up with my work in progress hobbies...
Here a table with fruits...& I started as well to convert an old mirror in a type of new one less boring, this one is still in progress, while I need a tube of white and yellow oil paint.. I have to wait till I can buy some in the shops..
Please comment here and post photos from what you have done during that period at home, so you keep this post active..

29 days ago

New Zealand Alert3 - We are at Alert Level 3

Sylvie-Patricia Claren from Combined Probus Club Of Waikanae Incorporated

New Zealand moved to Alert Level 3 at 11:59pm on Monday 27 April.

We will stay in Alert Level 3 for two weeks, before Cabinet reviews how we are tracking and makes further decisions on 11 May.

At Alert Level 3 we must be vigilant. We can keep working together to unite against COVID-19 by sticking… View more
New Zealand moved to Alert Level 3 at 11:59pm on Monday 27 April.

We will stay in Alert Level 3 for two weeks, before Cabinet reviews how we are tracking and makes further decisions on 11 May.

At Alert Level 3 we must be vigilant. We can keep working together to unite against COVID-19 by sticking to the rules.

Personal movement

Limiting our interactions with others is our best defence against COVID-19. Under Alert Level 3 we must continue to stay in our household bubbles whenever we are not at work, school, buying the groceries or exercising.

People must stay within their household bubble but can expand this to reconnect with close family/whānau, or bring in caregivers, or support isolated people. It’s important to protect your bubble if you extend it. Keep your bubble exclusive and only include people where it will keep you and them safe and well. If anyone within your bubble feels unwell, they should self-isolate from everyone else within your bubble.

Don’t invite or allow social visitors, such as friends, family and whānau, to enter your home.

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40 days ago

Every Businesses out there on the Kapiti Coast - Very Important to you!

Sylvie-Patricia Claren from Combined Probus Club Of Waikanae Incorporated

For every businesses out there in Kapiti Coast this is for you to know...
Business Support Network Launched for Kapiti
Local businesses who have been impacted by the COVID-19 lockdown can now turn to

professional advisers in Kapiti for free initial advice on how to move forward as the economy

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For every businesses out there in Kapiti Coast this is for you to know...
Business Support Network Launched for Kapiti
Local businesses who have been impacted by the COVID-19 lockdown can now turn to

professional advisers in Kapiti for free initial advice on how to move forward as the economy

enters recovery mode.

A group of local professionals have formed a business support network, sponsored by the

Kapiti Economic Development Agency (KEDA), offering their services in a wide range of

fields including financial and accountancy advice, human resources management, legal

advice, information technology, e-commerce, supply chain management, marketing, mental

wellbeing and business mentoring.

Liz Koh, Chair of KEDA, says the support from local professionals has been overwhelmingly

positive. ‘I am blown away by the response we have had to this initiative. It just goes to show

what a caring community we have. It also demonstrates a recognition that we are all in this

together – that if we help others succeed, we will all succeed.’

Support is accessed online at www.BusinessSupportNetwork.nz... which contains a directory of

advisers offering help. Businesses can contact advisers directly using the contact details

shown or register for free as needing help in specific areas. Resources such as key

documents, important links, up-coming and pre-recorded webinars can also be found on the

site, and there is a forum where businesses can discuss issues that are of concern to them. The

website has been founded by KEDA member Glen Olsen, a specialist in the positive

transformation of business through technological innovation.

Olsen says that once successfully established in Kapiti, he plans to roll the Business Support

Network out to other regions in New Zealand, creating a nationwide support network.

ENDS

About KEDA

The Kāpiti Coast has the potential to be one of the fastest growing regions in New Zealand in

the coming decades and it's vital that we don’t let the opportunities before us slip by. To that

end, a group of leading Kapiti business and professional people have volunteered their time

to establish the Kapiti Economic Development Agency (KEDA), which aims to connect

locals who are passionate about the Kāpiti Coast with innovative projects that will help

support more jobs, higher incomes, and maintain the great lifestyle that makes Kāpiti the

place we love to call home.

Members of the community with skills and interests in Economic Development are

encouraged to join KEDA at www.keda.nz...

About the Business Support Network

Small & medium-sized businesses in New Zealand are finding themselves in a changing and

challenging environment. Many of these businesses need support from the wider New

Zealand business community and professionals.

Our mission is to provide an efficient platform, through which professionals and business can

come together to minimize the longer-term economic and likely mental-wellbeing impacts of

the COVID-19 outbreak.

The Business Support Network is free for both professionals and businesses to join at

www.BusinessSupportNetwork.nz...

For more information contact:

Liz Koh

Ph 021 313339

liz.koh@moneymax.co.nz

www.keda.nz...

Glen Olsen

Ph 0224 169 770

glen.olsen@businesssupportnetwork.nz

www.BusinessSupportNetwork.nz...

49 days ago

Happy Easter

Sylvie-Patricia Claren from Combined Probus Club Of Waikanae Incorporated

Easter is more than just candy and eggs. This day is also about love, peace, and family. Happy Easter!

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