Congratulations to Linwood Library

The team at Linwood Library topped the JUMP leader board in November with 21 sign-ups.  This is the third time this year that Linwood has topped the board – 30 in August and 32 in October.  Near the top were New Plymouth Libraries (20), Kaitaia Library (15), Whanganui District Libraries (15) as well as  Glen Innes Library (13), but as the efforts of these JUMP partners have already been recognised this year, the Spark Foundation morning tea for November goes to RaWiri Residents Association (13).  The Association provides community services and facilities from the Rata Vine Community House that are beneficial for the residents of Rata Vine, Wiri and the wider community.  Nearly 100 families have benefited from a JUMP connection as a result of the efforts of Liz and the team at RaWiri Residents Association.  Well done!

Author: Laurence Zwimpfer

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