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Ohingaiti & Hunterville Districts Sports Club
Hunterville
Ohingaiti & Hunterville Districts Sports Club

Hunterville
Ph: 06 322 8086
Contact: Gary Illston
Project Marton
Marton
Project Marton
Project Marton is a voluntary community group which aims to make Marton a better place to live and work. Hours:Monday - Tuesday 10am - 12pm

PO Box 45, Marton
Ph: 06 327 7633
Email: projectmarton@xtra.co.nz
Mobile: 021 524 585
Web: http://www.facebook.com/ProjectMarton
Contact: Cath Ash (Co-ordinator)
Rangitikei College Trust
Marton
Rangitikei College Trust

Marton
Contact: Lesley Anderson (Chairman)
Rangitikei Employment and Development Trust
Marton
Rangitikei Employment and Development Trust

28 Grey Street, Marton
Contact: John Abraham
Rangitikei Genealogy Group
Marton
Rangitikei Genealogy Group
The New Zealand Society of Genealogists provides educational opportunities and research resources for the development of knowledge, skills and practice in family history, genealogy and whakapapa for members and the wider community.

PO Box 263, Marton
Ph: 06 322 6225
Email: rangitikei@genealogy.org.nz
Web: http://www.genealogy.org.nz/Rangitikei_136
Contact: Heather Richardson
Rangitikei Lodge No. 38
Marton
Rangitikei Lodge No. 38
To be concerned for those in need is an essential quality of a Freemason’s way of life. The members of Lodge Rangitikei are proud of their role in supporting the local community. We have used our benevolence funds to support many programmes of assistance in the community. Hours:Meet second Thursday of the month except January at 7:30pm

Freemasons Hall 365 Wellington Road, Marton
Ph: 06 327 7121
Email: mason.ruapehu@gmail.com
Web: http://www.themasons.org.nz/rangitikei
Contact: Graham Hill (Secretary)
Ratana Pa Communal Board of Trustees
Ratana
Ratana Pa Communal Board of Trustees

Ratana
Ph: 06 342 6819
Returned Services Association (Bulls) Inc
Bulls
Returned Services Association (Bulls) Inc
Every day the RSA movement helps all service personnel and their families get the support they need. Our mission is to remember and care for all those impacted by service for New Zealand in military operations.

55 High Street, Bulls
Ph: 06 322 0875
Email: bullsrsa@xtra.co.nz
Web: http://www.rsa.org.nz/content/bulls-rsa
Contact: Deborah Michie (Secretary)
Returned Services Association (Hunterville)
Hunterville
Returned Services Association (Hunterville)
Every day the RSA movement helps all service personnel and their families get the support they need. Our mission is to remember and care for all those impacted by service for New Zealand in military operations.

Hunterville
Ph: 06 322 8254
Contact: Maureen Fenton
Returned Services Association (Marton)
Marton
Returned Services Association (Marton)
Every day the RSA movement helps all service personnel and their families get the support they need. Our mission is to remember and care for all those impacted by service for New Zealand in military operations.

PO Box 71, Marton
Ph: 06 327 7866
Email: dianne.velvin@slingshot.co.nz
Web: http://www.rsa.org.nz/rsas/marton-rsa
Contact: Graeme Velvin
Returned Services Association (Taihape)
Taihape
Returned Services Association (Taihape)
Every day the RSA movement helps all service personnel and their families get the support they need. Our mission is to remember and care for all those impacted by service for New Zealand in military operations.

PO Box 56, Taihape
Ph: 06 388 0451
Email: taihapersa@yahoo.co.nz
Web: http://www.rsa.org.nz/content/taihape-and-district-rsa
Contact: Russ Levy (Secretary)
Rural Women NZ (Bonny Glen/South Makirikiri)
Marton
Rural Women NZ (Bonny Glen/South Makirikiri)
Rural Women New Zealand is a charitable, membership-based organisation which supports people in rural communities through opportunities, advocacy and connections.

Marton
Ph: 06 327 5065
Freephone: 0800 256 467
Contact: Janice Gower
Rural Women NZ (Provincial)
Marton
Rural Women NZ (Provincial)
Rural Women New Zealand is a charitable, membership-based organisation which supports people in rural communities through opportunities, advocacy and connections.

Marton
Ph: 06 327 3821
Freephone: 0800 256 467
Contact: Margaret Webster (President)
Rural Women NZ (Scotts Ferry)
Bulls
Rural Women NZ (Scotts Ferry)
Rural Women New Zealand is a charitable, membership-based organisation which supports people in rural communities through opportunities, advocacy and connections.

43 Hammond Street, Bulls
Ph: 06 322 1698
Freephone: 0800 256 467
Email: hawthorn.ye@xtra.co.nz
Web: http://www.ruralwomen.org.nz
Contact: Margaret Hawthorn (Secretary)
Rural Women NZ (Tutaenui)
Marton
Rural Women NZ (Tutaenui)
Rural Women New Zealand is a charitable, membership-based organisation which supports people in rural communities through opportunities, advocacy and connections.

Marton
Ph:
Freephone: 0800 256 467
Contact: Jean Coleman
Taihape and Districts A & P Association
Taihape
Taihape and Districts A & P Association
The A & P Show is held annually in January at Memorial Park, Kokako Street, Taihape.

PO Box 335, Taihape
Email: taihape.anp@hotmail.co.nz
Mobile: 027 235 8325
Web: http://www.facebook.com/pg/Taihape-and-Districts-AP-Show
Contact: Jenny Pearce
Taihape Community Development Trust
Taihape
Taihape Community Development Trust

Town Hall 90-92 Hautapu Street, Taihape
Ph: 06 388 1307
Email: info@taihape.co.nz
Web: http://www.taihape.co.nz
Contact: Eva George (Project and Events Co-ordinator)
Taihape Foodbank
Taihape
Taihape Foodbank
Foodbank New Zealand is a charitable organisation that raises funds to purchase food for foodbanks around the country so they have the ability and resources to meet the increasing demand for assistance. We also facilitate the collection of donated food which is distributed to foodbanks and other community organisations.

Taihape
Ph: 06 388 1156
Web: http://www.foodbank.co.nz/taihape-foodbank
Contact: Gary Johnson
Taihape Rotary Club
Taihape
Taihape Rotary Club
We are over over 10,000 Kiwis who are committed to Rotary's motto of 'Service above Self'. Our differing occupations, cultures and life experiences give us a unique perspective. Our shared passion for service helps us accomplish the remarkable. Hours:Meet Tuesday at 5:45pm

Otaihape Club 1 Hautapu Street,
Web: http://www.rotary9940.org/clubinfo/taihape
Contact: Alan Deighton (Area Governor)
Take My Hand Foundation
Taihape
Take My Hand Foundation

PO Box 94, Taihape
The Rangitikei Ruapehu Cadet Unit
Waiouru
The Rangitikei Ruapehu Cadet Unit
The New Zealand Cadet Forces is a disciplined, uniformed organisation which provides military-based leadership, personal development and operational training to persons aged between 13 and 18 years old. Hours:Meets third weekend of the month

2 Weir Terrace Waiouru Military Camp, Waiouru
Ph: 06 387 6142
Email: rrcu@cadetforces.org.nz
Mobile: 027 257 3504
Web: http://www.cadetforces.org.nz/units
Turakina Caledonian Society Inc
Marton
Turakina Caledonian Society Inc

PO Box 237, Marton
Email: turakinahighlandgames@gmail.com
Web: http://www.turakinahighlandgames.co.nz
Contact: Julie Perkins (Secretary)
Turakina Women's Institute
Marton
Turakina Women's Institute
We offer friendship and fun, travel and walking groups, get involved with our local community, encourage leadership, teach and share homemaking skills, provide opportunities for members to be involved in choral, drama, floral art, all types of handcraft and writing, and help others. Hours:Meet Turakina Tennis Club rooms, fourth Monday each month at 1pm

1454 Makirikiri Road RD 3, Marton
Ph: 06 327 6472
Email: barrybm@xtra.co.nz
Web: http://www.wi.org.nz/Site/locations/north-island/Wanganui
Contact: Joan Marshall
Tutaenui Hall
Marton
Tutaenui Hall

Marton
Ph: 06 327 6436
Email: malvernhills@inspire.net.nz
Contact: Richard Gower
 


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