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    Hūkerenui Community Dinner - with Shaz Dagg


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    Rural Support Trust Northland are proud to bring you a dinner and evening event with 'Limb-it-less' Shaz Dagg.

    Sharon 'Shaz' Dagg is an Amputee & Paratriathlete who has an inspiring story & mindset. Shaz or limb-it-less-shaz-dagg to others, started her journey with a freak farm accident, which got her arm smashed between a post and a large gate while working on a goat farm. When taken to hospital and not getting the proper attention needed, she was left with a redundant arm which she chose to have removed to move forward with her life. This started an unbelievable journey with "Stumpy", learning and adapting life situations to her advantage, which led to a remarkable sports journey gaining many highlights and achievements including being a recipient of the Kiwibank New Zealander of the Year – Local Hero Award.

    Doors open at 6pm with a buffet dinner. 

    Programme begins at 7pm, followed by supper and connection at 8pm.

    Tickets are $10 per person and include dinner and keynote speech from Shaz. 

    Tickets are non-refundable.

    About Rural Support Trust:

    Rural Support Trust Northland are dedicated to providing rural communities with services and events that focus on well-being and connectedness. We are a network of 14 charitable trusts that provide critical services to farmers and growers. We're New Zealand's only not-for-profit providing one-on-one support behind the farm gate. Our ability to connect and rally rural community members around supporting farmers and growers, the skills and expertise that come with being rural people ourselves, our passion and caring, and our commitment to confidentiality and impartiality define us and make us who we are today.

    Contact Rural Support Trust Northland on 0800 787 254 or learn more at rural-support.org.nz


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