Coresteel Central Plateau join working bee at local gymnastics club

It was all-hands-on-deck last month at the Mount Tauhara Gymnastics Club.

The club, of which Coresteel Central Plateau is a sponsor, were the recipients of the Mitre 10 Mega Community Reno, in association with 100% Lake Taupo Charitable Trust.

Coresteel Central Plateau directors Lee Parker-Frew and Logan Frew joined the working bee, with Logan donating his time as a carpenter and Lee getting stuck into the gardening.

The club put the donation towards materials and skilled labour, repainting the outside of the building, gardening and some carpentry work inside on some of the gymnastics apparatus.

The Mount Tauhara Gymnasium usually sports a Coresteel sign, which will be replaced once the paintwork is complete.

Coresteel Central Plateau director Lee Parker Frew.

Coresteel Central Plateau director Logan Frew working on carpentry.