Time flies when you are busy with FPS practise and fundraising and I can’t believe it’s time for me, Nicole, to write again. We are settling into the routine of balancing regular school work with Saturday trips to our teacher , in Papamoa, to train for our FPS competition. The commitment is huge, not only for us but for those around us! We are continuing to sell raffle tickets, for our pig raffle, at $5 a ticket, and we are looking forward to another Movie screening of “Three Darling Daughters’ on 11th March at the Matamata Musical Theatre. After the success of our first movie, bookings have started early so it might pay to get into Frasers Take Note soon! We have also been given a large number of souvenirs by Hobbiton Farm and Movie Set Tours! I’m sure that these will be a huge hit with the teams which we meet from around the world in the organised “Swap Meet” which will happen on the campus of Indiana University! A big thank you to Hobbiton Farm and Movie Set Tours and also to all our sponsors—your support, in helping us get to the United States of America, in June, is so appreciated.