Central Leader : December 3rd 2010
6 CENTRAL LEADER, DECEMBER 3, 2010 NEWS Louisa and Patrick Emmett Murphy Foundation CALL FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST Mr Murphy created this Foundation in 2002 in memory of his Mother to express gratitude for the help and care that she received in her latter years of her life. To be eligible, organisations must bene t people within the Auckland area (as de ned by the Supercity boundaries) by: • Providing assistance and care for terminally ill people in our community. • Improving the quality of life for our older people in our community. • Providing assistance and care for people su ering from illness in our community. ere will be a two stage selection process; expressions of interest and full applications. Expressions of interest may be submitted by a charitable organisation only (no individuals). e closing date for the expressions of interest is 24 December 2010. To request an expression of interest form... 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Certain criteria applies** The WONS mobile cervical screening van will be onsite on the following dates and venues: Wedne sday 8th December St Lukes Clinic 14/49 Sainsbury Rd, St Lukes Ph 846 7886 ext 0 for an appointment Tuesday 14th December Countdown Lynfeld (c a r pa rk) 570 Hillsborough Road, Lynfeld Van onsite from 9.30-3.00pm Wedne sday 15th December Mt Albert Work & Income (car park) 945a New North Rd, Mt Albert Van onsite from 9.30-3.00pm Tuesday 21st December Greenlane Clinical Centre Building 4, Ground Floor (beside Eftpos machine) Gate 1, 214 Greenlane West, Greenlane 9.30am - 3.00pm 3339093AA 391 NEILSON ST, PENROSE MT SMART STADIUM END Beautiful Gift Ideas Stunning Artificial Christmas Trees Elegant Accessories to decorate your home One off samples, seconds, excess stock. 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On International Volunteer Day, we are calling on everyone to be part of February's Annual Appeal. To support New Zealand's charity working together to beat heart disease, please help us collect at our annual street appeal on 11 February 2011. 691CL Email: email@example.com or Phone: 09 571 9191 www.heartfoundation.org.nz A heartfelt thank you to our volunteers from the charity closest to your heart... Pass to Sky Tower The dizzying heights of Auckland s Sky Tower has become more affordable for families thanks to the launch of an annual pass. An annual child flexi- pass or a family annual pass can be purchased for unlimited access to all levels of the tower. Santa also plans to make an appearance up the Sky Tower from December 18 to 24 and a post box will be provided for children to post their Christmas wishlist. Santa will be located on the main observation level from 10am to 4pm daily. The annual child flexi- pass is $95 for one nomi- nated child with any adult for one year and the family annual pass is for one adult and up to three children for $135. A pass for two adults and up to three children is $175. The annual passes also provide dis- counts on gift shop items, restaurants and the SkyWalk experience. The Central Leader and SkyCity has one family annual pass to give away. To enter email your name, address and your day- time phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org by 9am December 8. Comic book day Onehunga s Free Comic Book Day is back. Gotham Comics plans to hand out free comics from 10am tomorrow in the spirit of Christmas fun and to help inspire read- ing. Two comics will also be given to those who arrive in a super hero or super villain costume. An anti-art school life drawing group, Dr Sketchy Auckland, will be on hand too with special appearan- ces by super heroes and heroines. The free comic book day will take place at 264 Onehunga Mall, Onehunga or visit www.comics.co.nz for more information. Kids' Day Out all about fun There ll be plenty of Christmas spirit in the air at Aunty Jo s Kids Day Out tomorrow. The annual event, held at Potters Park, will fea- ture kapa haka per- formances, face painting, colouring competitions, bouncy castles and plenty more. Organiser Jo Legge says several hundred kids normally come. The Kids Day Out is organised in conjunction with Youthline and runs from 10.30am to 2.30pm.
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