These are records in words and pictures
of the Polio NZ Waikato Support Group meetings
Lunch at the Glenview Club. 19 people enjoyed a roast meal and Sue
shared about her Pacific sailing adventures and challenges. Photos here
|Barry Holland, Polio NZ President visited the Waikato Support Group
||This year our
End-of-Year Lunch was a roast dinner at the Glenview Club. 19 of us
enjoyed the delicious meal and a time of sharing with each other. More...
Fromm told us about her mission to bring jobs and dignity to landmine
survivors in Cambodia, where a disability excludes them from society.
||Gerri Pomeroy told about improvements to
accessibility that were happening in our area, and more.
||We enjoyed eating ice-cream in our back
yard, and Margaret Southgate gave us a talk about Patient Advocacy.
met together for an End-of-year Lunch at Cafe Fresca
||We elected a new committee for the Waikato group, and
Margaret Holyroyd spoke about the joys and challenges of aging
||at the home of Jean & Bob Coe
||Helen Khouri spoke at the home of Alan & Helen McAllen
||Chris East spoke about the need for a Hydrotherapy Pool
||Ray Wilson, National President of PPSS spoke to a wide
||Nicole Bostin, a physiotherapist from Waikato Hospital
was our speaker
||Fred Phillips spoke to us about the work of Rotary
||Shirley Wright from Life Unlimited demonstrated some of
their aids and gadgets
||Dr David Prestage explained the effects of polio on
muscles and nerves
||Even some people traveled from Tauranga for this meeting