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Mon 13th February 2017

Information and Education meeting in Wellington this week

Filed under: Child Support,Events — realkiwi @ 8:36 pm

Hi All Child support/tax paying Dads around Wellington,

Father and Child and Kidsneeddadz are hosting an information and education evening

Thursday 16th in Lower Hutt/Petone Wellington
7.30-9pm at the Public Library 7 Britannia St, Petone

The speaker is Elizabeth Moss from the IRD talking on the subject of Child Support, with lots of time for questions plus discussion afterwards and refreshments.

Contact Stu Miller 021 810 321 or
Peter Crosland 027-281-6272

Further education and Info evenings will be held in Wellington and Lower Hutt,
topics include; Parenting Skills/Courses, Healthy Nutrition and Getting Ready for Baby.

2 Responses to “Information and Education meeting in Wellington this week”

  1. Had_Enough says:

    Sorry I missed this. It may have been worthwhile attanding. Any chance of doing this again soon, in Petone?

    Regards
    HadEnough

  2. Downunder says:

    With the technology available today, there needs to be a change in attitude towards the distribution of information, and the manner of meetings.

    The Detroit Men’s Conference was a good example – only they (supposedly) would know how big their internet-audience was.

    The alternative is that small groups of men, will grow old, carrying on with small secret meetings.

    Now, before anyone labels that an offensive veiled attack on someone like MOMA, remember this.

    Larger groups of men are fast growing poorer, relative to the economy

    Think about this:

    Historically it was the printing press, that liberated the masses.

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