Cost: Free but a gold coin donation is appreciated to cover hall hire and other meeting costs (newspaper advertising etc).
Meeting format: There will be an opening talk from the organisers then a video presentation on fluoridation and then a short Q&A session followed by final closing thoughts from the organisers. We are also working to get Auckland Mayoral Candidates to attend and briefly present their position on the issue.
There will be printed meeting handouts at the door but also please bring a pen and paper to take notes if you wish.
Date: Thursday, 23rd September, 2010
Time: 7-8PM (approx.) – meeting may run longer for those that wish to stay.
Location: Belmont Intermediate School Hall, 188 Lake Rd, Takapuna, North Shore, Auckland.
The School Hall is basically in the middle of the school grounds and we will have a footpath sign and balloons just outside the entrance to the hall to make it easier to find. Careful not to confuse Belmont Intermediate with Takapuna Grammar School, which is immediately next door (they share sports fields).
Parking: There is car park access from Lake Rd. and from Winscombe Street
Map Link: https://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=belmont+intermediate+school+nz&sll=-36.803894,174.790331&sspn=0.012267,0.01929&ie=UTF8&hq=Belmont+Intermediate&hnear=Belmont+Intermediate,+New+Zealand&ll=-36.803564,174.789412&spn=0.011838,0.01929&z=16&iwloc=B
Meeting Contact Person: Jason Greenwood | PH: 021-843-160 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
What I am asking all of you to do is get the word out about the meeting. Please tell all your friends, family, email list etc. If you run a community mailing list, please send these details out asap so people have time to plan to come to the meeting. I also need some assistance in contacting all of the various free Auckland community newspapers and community groups (residents/ratepayers groups etc) to advise them of the meeting so they can get the word out. If you can help with this, please let me know.
I have also attached the meeting info as a PDF document if you would like to post it on a website or use it somewhere else. The formatting also looks better in the PDF of course.