COVID-19 Now at Level 2
COVID-19 Now at Level 2
Dear All Mangere Hall Users
I trust that you kept safe and well in your lockdown bubble and then managed to expand your activities under level 2.
With the NZ Government lifting the gathering numbers to 100 from midday Friday, 29 May, Mangere Hall will now be opened again to all users but with the leaders of these groups taking full responsibility for compliance with the relevant covid-19 restrictions as indicated in the attached memo for Cathrine Ming, the Mangere Hall Manager.
Responsibilities of Hirer:
1. Clean & Wipe down high frequency touch areas (before start and end of hire) – Door handles, light switches, chairs, tables, bathroom facilities, etc
2. Ensure that your attendees are healthy
3. Ensure your attendees have signed in and sanitised their hands when they enter the premises
4. Ensure your attendees have signed out when they leave
5. Maintain your number of attendees are adhering to gathering limit as specified by the NZ government
6. Maintain physical distancing
7. Bring your own disinfectant spray & wipes and hand sanitiser (just in case disinfectant and sanitiser goes “missing”)
Responsibilities of User:
1. Do not enter if you are feeling unwell
2. Do not enter if you have been overseas within the last 14 days
3. You must sign in/out of contact register book
4. You must sanitise your hands upon entry
5. Practise physical distancing
Have an enjoyable but safe experience using our ACCC Mangere Hall facilities again.
Thanks & Best Regards
CHINESE NEW YEAR MARKET DAY 2020
Photo by John Ling
Chairman's Report for AGM Held on 21 July 2019
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CHINESE NEW YEAR MARKET DAY 2020
CHINESE SCHOOL 2020. Details on "ACTIVITIES PAGE" above.
ACCC SCHOLARSHIPS 2019/ 2020
A new initiative for ACCC will be the introduction of the ACCC Scholarship beginning 2019.
Our Community Centre has enjoyed the support, finance or work groups or service of many long serving members throughout the years. In the last few years, our focus has been to refurbish and upgrade the Mangere facility. We now have a modern facility of which we are proud of, and hopefully utilised by lots of interest groups, including our Chinese School from 2019.
ACCC acknowledges the importance of the continuity of our organisation for future generation and the need to develop committed members who will remain within this organization and lead it into its future. The Executive Committee, under the guidance of Chairman Kai Luey, has established scholarships that will both recognise committed member's contribution to the ACCC and their academic achievements and help them to achieve their academic goals so they can develop into future leaders of the organisation.
Rather than a one-off payment to successful awardee(s), it is worthy to note the significance we have placed in "continuity" and "the future". Therefore, we are prepared to support scholars through their tertiary journey, whether it is three or four years. In tandem with our Undergraduate studies Category 1 scholarships ($1000 per year), we have also introduced a Post-Graduate studies Category 2 scholarship. A Category 2 scholar will receive $3000 for each year he(she) is eligible.
Information including criteria and application form are on our ACCC website. Applications for 2020 will be opened from 01 January 2020 and closes on 31 March 2020. The successful scholars will be advised prior to the ACCC Annual Dinner.
For more details open link below:ACCC SCHOLASHIP LINK
PLEASE RENEW YOUR 2020 SUBSCRIPTIONS NOW
FOR DETAILS ON HOW TO RENEW YOUR 2020 MEMBERSHIP OR TO JOIN ACCC
GO TO MEMBERSHIP PAGE ABOVE
DONATION FOR ENDURING MEMBERSHIP 2020
A donation of $500 or more for eligible individuals or
A donation of $1,000 or more for eligible couples
will provide the benefits of Enduring Membership with no expiry date and exemption from annual membership fees.
Also, the names of the donors will be permanently displayed on a brick.
DONATIONS ARE TAX DEDUCTABLE
For Details: Contact Kai Luey Phone 522 1840
HALL USERS CHARGES FOR 2020
Non members $5
These charges apply to activities organised by ACCC
HALL HIREAGE CHARGES 2020 *** Go To "Activities Page" above for details.
Hirage payable are available on "Activities Page" above.
Contact Cathrine Ming Ph: 027 2749851 Email: email@example.com
INFORMATION FOR ORDERING "THE FRUITS OF OUR LABOURS"
Information for ordering "The Fruits of Our Labours"
The Fruits of Our Labours is a two-volume, softcover set of books. It is available directly from the Chinese Fruit Shops Research Group. The price is $50.00 per set incl GST. Postage and packaging is $11.00 extra.
Online banking - transfer funds to Chinese Poll Tax Heritage Trust BNZ account: 02-0536-0112633-26
Please use your surname and phone no as the reference
Please email a screenshot of the confirmation of payment page to firstname.lastname@example.org
How to take a screenshot on a PC or laptop:
Press the Windows key and the print screen key (or Shift key + print screen key) at the same time to take the screenshot. Paste or attach it into your email message.
NB: the screenshot may have been saved to the Screenshots folder of your Pictures folder. If so, then copy the screenshot and paste it into your email message.
How to take a screenshot on an iPad or tablet:
Press the Home button and the on/off button at the same time to take the screenshot. It will be saved to the Photos folder and can be emailed as a photo.
Cash – pay cash when collecting the books.
Cheques - make payment to the Chinese Poll Tax Heritage Trust and post cheque to Ruth Lam, 35 Hunt Road, RD1, Tuakau, 2696 or pay when collecting the books.
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