Fri, 23 Nov 2012 7:00p.m.
Two sisters are auctioning their middle names. They're doing it to raise money for their friend Molly, who has a rare and aggressive cancer.
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24/11/2012 9:41:59 a.m.
Rita Schrieken wrote:
I think the girls are wonderful doing what they are doing for Molly but I think that the interview missed the point. There has been an outpouring of kindness from not only Kapiti but worldwide, Molly will be having her holiday with free travel, accomodation, and tourist activities, Its about family and spending time together and positivity in a negative situation, check out Mollys journey face book page to find out more . thank you
23/11/2012 9:01:22 p.m.
Tony Marshall wrote:
It is good too see that that poor girl with cancer,being cared for by her friends.I would like to congratulate them for being wonderful Young women too help their friend who is ill.Just shows there are people out there that do care for others,and it is just a pity the government didn!t do something too help,as they just handed over $17 million to foreign country.Also the keep going on about the Christchurch disaster yet that money could have been spent down here,also the shares that are going to be floated for the power stations too help to get NZ out of crap and they can dish out millions.Also we are going to get hit with power increases down here next year,this is like kick them in the guts while they are down,while we have a PM going around the world showing that people here are being well looked after.
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