Central Leader : December 10th 2010
5 CENTRAL LEADER, DECEMBER 10, 2010 NEWS www.supercheapauto.co.nz Illustrations, Photos and Packaging are only a representation of the products advertised, variations may occur from store to store, accessories shown in photographs are not included in the price unless specifically stated. All products were available at time of printing, Supercheap Auto will not be responsible for the lack of stock due to supplier problems. Supercheap Auto reserves the right to limit purchases to normal retail quantities. Rainchecks not available. All savings stated are off full retail price. RRP = Manufacturers Recommended Retail Price. Prices valid at Supercheap Auto Onehunga store only. Sale ends 19/12/10 or unless sold out. For all fitment a nominal charge applies. Please see Team Member for details. SALE ENDS 19/12/10 SALE STARTS 08/12/10 SCANZ1098 SALE STARTS 08/12/10 SALE ENDS 19/12/10 100 Church St, PH: (09) 276 3198 Onehunga 166355 38L Roller Box Export Aerosol Paint Multi-Buy 3 FOR $22 VALUED AT $11.49ea Multi-Buy ANY 3 FOR $12 THE LOT SAVE $270 99 $269 128562, 168671 & 16167 50%OFF COMBO DEAL 2.5HP Hi-Flow Air Compressor, 20m Air Hose & 4 Pce Spray Gun Kit 3 562, 168671 & 1 16167 67 68671 & 1 16 673 3 3 3 FOR MULTI-BUY $22 3 FOR MULTI-BUY $12 Silver Cloud Sheepskin Seat Covers SET SAVE $90 $99 45%OFF 3 218127 Helix HX3 2181 218127 27 45% OFF EACH SAVE $12 53 $14 97 167759 Sony CD Player EACH SUPER $97 Resin Chair 22 225431 WHILE STOCKS LAST LIMIT 6 PER CUSTOMER EACH HOT PRICE! $7 99 9 Litre Plastic Bucket HALF PRICE EACH SUPER 53¢ New volunteer: Royal Oak Stroke Club co- ordinator Heather Corlett-Kristensen is ready to move on as soon as she can find a suitable successor. Photo: JASON OXENHAM The gang: Members of the Royal Oak Stroke Club are referred by Stroke Foundation field officers. Wanted: Successor for stroke club By CARLY TAWHIAO The search for Royal Oak's next Stroke Club co-ordinator is on. After seven years in the volunteer role, Heather Corlett-Kristensen is calling itaday--justassoonasshe finds a suitable replacement. They have to be enthusi- astic, energetic, compassion- ate, creative and reliable,'' the Hillsborough resident says. I could fill a book about how fantastic the people are here. It's just awesome but it's time for me to move on.'' The club meets every Wednesday during school terms at the St John Church in Chandler Ave from 10am to 12.30pm. As a co-ordinator, the new person would be responsible for organising transport, other volunteers and weekly social activities. These may include guest speakers, morning tea or lunch outings, theme days and sports activities for the 30-odd members who are aged between 55 and 92 years old. Club participants have also helped collect money for the Heart Foundation, the Hear- ing Foundation and the SPCA in the past. Every club has their own slant but this one's quite mobile,'' Mrs Corlett- Kristensen says. It is such a great community service. For some of them it's the only out- ing they have. I know it sounds cliched but I do get more out of it than I put into it.''The Stroke Foundation supports more than 18 clubs in the Auckland area to pro- vide recreation and camarad- erie. Stroke Club convener for the northern region Debi Jacka says volunteers are in high demand but short supply, with other co- ordinators required in New Lynn, Ellerslie and Pakuranga. We've had some co- ordinators for 26 years, but every year it's getting harder and harder. Two newly retired friends would be ideal or a rostered group of mothers maybe who would like to do their bit for the community,'' she says. I just wish we could clone Heather. She empowers members. She doesn't let them moan woe is me', instead she gives them a var- iety of things to do. Heather is more than obliging in that anyone who would like to pop into the club and see what happens is more than wel- come.'' Stroke is the third greatest cause of death and a leading cause of major disability. If you see a person dis- playing stroke symptoms such as loss of sense of time, slurred speech, one weak raised arm or a smile that is droopy on one side, call 111 immediately. Visit www.stroke.org.nz, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 027-292-2509 for infor- mation.
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