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Neither knew where the other lived until an amazing coincidence brought them together again this week for the first time in almost 70 years. She had seen a photograph of Kingsland staff at Glad's house and had heard stories about her time there.Then Gloria also mentioned she had worked at the biscuit factory. It turned out they did, and were delighted to have found each other again.
Now, Karen says, the Rotary Club of Invercargill East, led by her husband, Fraser Purdue, has provided more funds to enable John and Rotary to continue their mission in the south to educate and empower school children, seniors, businesses and community organisations in the ever-changing digital era.For businesses, he looks at the key cyber issues facing companies and organisations today, encompassing learning how to identify and reduce risk, brand and reputation management, staff training, digital responsibility among employees and the importance of policies.Sessions are booking fast, Karen says, although there are still some dates available for this year. Because of Rotary’s backing, all sessions are free, but any donations are gratefully received.“As a parent myself, I attended one of the cyber safety workshops at my daughter Georgia’s school, and I know I now feel I have far more knowledge and confidence to help keep my children – and my beautiful grandson – safe; and that’s what it’s all about, isn’t it?The concept was quite unique within New Zealand – no one had undertaken a regional project on anywhere near this scale.Rotary’s five Invercargill clubs stepped up with critical funding for a pilot programme, and also put their collective vocational training skills to good use, introducing Nikki to other major funders, as well as helping her establish the Poppycock Trust, which initially delivered the programme.