Central Leader : November 10th 2010
3 CENTRAL LEADER, NOVEMBER 10, 2010 NEWS 2887671AE Come in Now! Great Frames @ Factory Prices 6x4 from$5 5x7 from$6 6x8 from$8 8x10 from$9 A4 from $10 A3 from $15 8x12 from$9 11 x 14 from $14 16 x 20 from $20 20 x 24 from $31 The Centre of Framing Open 7 days The Framers Guild Ground Floor, Royal Oak Mall Manukau Road Ph: 625 2855 3 Refll Inkjet & Laser cartridges New Inkjet & Laser cartridges Black & Colour cartridges 100% guarantee Now Accepted! Purchase over $20 worth of refll ink & get a FREE 6x4 PHOTO PAPER PACK CARTRIDGE WORLD NEW LYNN 3077 Great North Rd. Ph: (09) 826 1022 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Hours: Monday to Friday 9am to 5.30pm, Saturday 9am to 1pm CARTRIDGE WORLD MT EDEN 380 Dominion Road. Ph: (09) 638 6944 Email: email@example.com Hours: Monday to Friday 9am to 5.00pm Valid when you bring in this advert 2773529AM Operation Heal needs you Operation Heal: Sir Peter Leitch, Janie Smith and David Penny urge readers to get behind this paper's efforts to raise money for the National Burn Centre. OPERATION The Mad Butcher and Suburban Newspapers Community Trust BURNS leave their victims physically and emotionally scarred -- often for life. Fortunately medical advances have reached the point where steps can be taken to minimise the long term impact on people. That s why the Mad Butcher and Suburban Newspapers Community Trust is so keen to support the National Burn Centre. Any one of us could require the unit s services at some point, chairman Sir Peter Leitch says. Some of the cases referred there now are absolutely heartbreaking and it s humbling to see how the staff and their patients cope in such extraordinary circumstances. All of them are battlers and some are up against huge odds. We, through this campaign, can help by funding some much needed equipment to assist surgeons with their reconstructive and plastic surgery. I challenge the people of Auckland to join us in our efforts. It s very easy to bury your head in the sand and say it doesn t affect me. But the simple truth is it one day could -- no one knows what lies ahead. The Mad Butcher and Sub- urban Newspapers Com- munity Trust was formed in 1998 and has so far raised more than $1.5 million for various causes. Beneficiaries have included Plunket, the North Shore Hospital Foundation, Cure Kids, Hospice, Diabetes NZ, the Cancer Foundation, the Starship children s hospital, Look Good Feel Better, the Meningitis Trust, Kidz First Children s Hospital, CanTeen and Macular Degeneration. The trust has also helped numerous schools with liter- acy and drug education initiatives. Its work with prostate can- cer awareness and the Parkinson s Society is well documented as is its involve- ment with the newly launched League 4 Life Foun- dation. The big difference is that every cent goes to the causes, deputy chairman and Suburban Newspapers general manager David Penny says. There are no adminis- tration staff and trustees all volunteer. They even have to pay for their own tickets to the functions. Central Leader acting edi- tor Janie Smith says: We are very much a part of the trust and this is a fantastic oppor- tunity to lend our support to something of benefit to our community. Donations to Operation Heal can be made at Central Leader, Private Bag 56910, Dominion Rd, Auckland or posted direct to; Operation Heal, Mad Butcher and Suburban Newspapers Community Trust, Private Bag 92815, Penrose, Auckland 1642. Corporate charity dinner It is being billed as the premier event of the year -- and with good reason. The Mad Butcher and Suburban Newspapers Community Trust will hold a corporate charity dinner at the TelstraClear Pacific Events Centre on December 3. Guest speaker Prime Minister John Key will be interviewed on stage by broadcaster Paul Holmes during a night of glitz and glamour designed to raise funds for the National Burn Centre. Television personality and Newstalk ZB host Kerre Woodham will be MC and comedian Ewen Gilmour is guaranteed to put a few smiles on everyone's faces. The evening starts at 7.30pm and will include live and silent auctions as well as music from the band Black Salt. Diners will enjoy a superb meal with complimentary beer from Lion Breweries and fine wine from Glengarry in a festive atmosphere. ''This is a wonderful opportunity to host your friends and clients at a memorable event that enables your guests to enjoy your hospitality and witness your generosity,'' trust chairman Sir Peter Leitch says. A cheque will be handed over to the National Burn Centre at the end of the function. Tickets cost $1850 plus GSTforatableof10or $185 plus GST per person. Call Shandall on 531- 5910 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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