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You are not permitted to download, save or this image. Visit image gallery to purchase the image. Wanaka real-estate agent Tasha Jones is one of 12 Haast women planning a scenic calendar with a difference to raise funds for the Saxton Appeal Trust. Photo by Marjorie Cook. A dozen Haast women are preparing to shed their inhibitions and their clothing for a scenic calendar being deed to raise money for the Saxton Appeal Trust. Last time, we shed our hair for cancer.
This time, we are going to shed our clothes,'' Ms Jones 28 said yesterday. The calendar will be in the tradition of one by a group of rural British women which inspired the film Calendar Girls. The photographs would be tasteful, and the participants - who were of all shapes and sizes - would choose their own scene associated with the Saxtons' lives at Haast.
The final photographs would be chosen by the girls, Ms Jones said. Ms Jones and Mrs Wright would be in the calendar, but the identity of the remaining 10 Haast women would be kept secret until the launch, Ms Jones said. They've been really excited about how the calendar is being produced. Ms Jones is a former employee of father-and-son helicopter pilots Dave and Morgan Saxton, who have been convicted and sentenced to two-year-plus jail terms for stealing greenstone from South Westland.
Ms Jones said she and other Haast women wanted to use the calendar to protest against the severity of the sentences the men are serving. In my time of working for them, there were countless hours of search and rescue both boys did for the community, as well as for people who didn't live at Haast,'' Ms Jones said. Ms Jones is formerly from Rangiora, and lived and worked at Haast for five years before moving to Wanaka three years ago to further her career.
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