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Clarice Anderson, of Waipukurau, QSM, for services to the blind and seniors

Clarice Anderson, of Waipukurau, QSM, for services to the blind and seniors

Mrs Anderson has had a long involvement with the Royal New Zealand Blind Foundation. She helped establish the Central Hawke’s Bay Support Group for the Blind and has held various positions within the group. She has been involved with the Guide Dog Association and has organised the Blind Association Blind Appeal and the Red Puppy collection. She founded the singing group Sing Along With Us. She leads a bi-monthly social afternoon at Woburn Rest Home for blind and partially sighted people and organises a monthly lunch for sight-impaired ladies. Mrs Anderson knits baby clothes to donate to charitable

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