Anglican Church Lay Minister, Vestry Member and Synod Representative.
Numerous local projects during 30 years membership of Soroptimist International of Gore service club.
New Zealand Order of Merit awarded in 2008 for services to education.
East and West Gore Deputy Principal 1984 – 2000 and Tapanui Principal 2000 – 2010.
Gore resident since 1971 when husband, Keith, began teaching at Gore High School.
Our three children were born and raised in Gore and we appreciate the wealth of opportunity they had educationally, culturally and in the sporting field.
Voting for me will ensure:
Enthusiasm, honesty, commonsense and commitment on council
Research and sensible decision-making on current issues: Solid Energy, Water, Gore Sports Complex facilities, Mataura Pool to name just a few; and listening, reading, discussing and sensible decision-making as new issues arise during the next three years.
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I have lived in Gore since 1971 when my husband Keith, began teaching at Gore High School.
Our three children, Libby, Susan and David, were born in Gore and I helped start Oxford Kindergarten as well as supporting our children during their school years with their sporting and cultural interests.
I taught at East Gore and West Gore schools as Deputy Principal before moving to Tapanui School as Principal from 2000-2010.
In the 2008 Queens Birthday Honours I was made a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit (MNZM) for services to education.
I am also involved in the Anglican Church at Gore as a Lay Minister, Vestry member and Synod representative.
As a member of Gore Soroptimist Club many of our projects have benefitted the local community.
I believe that I can serve the people of Gore honestly and enthusiastically and ask for your support.
Authorised by Anne Gover of 4 Lennox Street, Gore
Results - Final
- Bret Highsted
- John Heller
- Ralph Beale
- Anne Gover
- Marty Redhead
- Douglas Dixey
- Lee Kearon
- Joan Huling