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The Gisborne Photo News





Chief Fire Officer and Recruiting Officer for Outward Bound, Rangi Wills accepts a donation of thermal and wet weather gear from Roger Turnbull of Weddel Kaiti. The equipment is considered appropriate to the conditions that the recruits will meet when they attend the challenging course.


Sheryl Turnbull nails up a plaque in Lytton Road to show that this is an adopted spot. Sheryl is the 42nd person in Gisborne to adopt a spot and agree to look after the area as part of keeping Gisborne beautiful.


Members of the disbanded Young Wives and Mothers Club:

The 1993/94 Executive Committee of the Poverty Bay Federation, C.W.I.

The Agfa~Listener Time frame Competition.


Jean Redstone, Doris Davoren, Jean Grimson Ethel Hansen, Pearl Priestley, Nancy Nelson, Noleeen Skilton, Joyce Bacon, Merle Webber, Pam Kay, Joyce Gordon, Jean Timms. Front, Lil Ritchie, Lil Shaw, Muriel McKay, Peg Thornton, Cis Bai, Irene Foster, Barbara McFarland Jane Dominey.


At back from left: Loise Eadie, Sue Hope, Isobell Spence, Daphne Arnold, Alison Crawford, Ria Proudfoot and Ella Davidson. Seated from left: Audry Jenner, Barbara Baker, Jesse Rickard, and Betty Cockburn.


An exhibition was held in the library. Local photographers who had work on display are pictured with John Eadie (Marketing Services Manager Agfa), Lyssa Judd, Kerry Fox (overall national winner), Phyl Holmberg, Ivan Hughes, Denise Bugden, Paula Whitley and Stephen Jones of Treble Court Photos.