Temuka Lions Club members, from left, Mike Healy (partly obscured) Terry Phillips, Jack Holland and John Harneiss, bagging up fertiliser for the club's annual fertilizer drive fundraiser.

by Claire Allison

Someone in Temuka is looking forward to having 50 bales of peastraw delivered for their garden.

But they may be disappointed.

The Temuka Lions Club is in the middle of its annual fertiliser drive fundraiser, selling products including lawn and rose fertiliser, super phosphate, bone meal, a manure and sawdust mix, and bales of peastraw.

Club communications chairman John Butler said orders were rolling in, including a welcome large order for 50 bales of peastraw. However, the order form – one of 2000 delivered to Temuka letterboxes – had arrived with no name or address filled in.

“The club would like to be able to fill the order; it’s a good-sized order, but we’ll need to know by June 23 when we do our last delivery day, otherwise we’re going to be 50 bales up.”

If you think you might be the mystery customer, please call club member Pat Dolan on 615-7262 to confirm your details.bridge mediaNike Air Mag Back To The Future Limited Edition Shoes Online Ptf84A, Price: $129.99 – Air Jordan Shoes