Central Leader : December 17th 2010
4 CENTRAL LEADER, DECEMBER 17, 2010 NEWS TWL14576 GET IN QUICK! OFFER VALID WEDNESDAY 15/12/10 TO TUESDAY 21/12/10 Range may vary between stores. Stores only. A Available in most stores www.thewarehouse.co.nz Christmas All stores open until midnight, or shop online EXTENDED STORE HOURS! FROM FROM $1299 FROM FROM $1299 FROM FROM $1499 The Silver Fern Device and All Blacks are registered trademarks of the NZRU. MEN'S MOKAE A KIDS' RUGBY BOYS' BALL YS' SCORE MEN'S HOPUWAI BOYS S MEN'S HAWI MEN'S ANGRY MAN A MEN'S FLOYD GIRLS' LOVE WOMEN'S FLORAL WOMEN'S BIG TOP KIDS' CALL OUT KIDS' LOVE PEACE WOMEN'S NO.5 A 3376185AG FENCE-RITE SOLUTIONS Specialising in • Retaining Walls • Fences & Gates • Decks 97C Luckens Rd Massey Ph 416 5984 Mob: 021 127 5590 www.fenceritesolution.co.nz www.fence-ritesolution.co.nz If you find the same item at the same price, we will beat it by 10% MT WELLINGTON Entrance Aranui Road, Opposite Sylvia Park, Mt Wellington, Auckland cityimpactchurch.com WITH PASTORS PETER & BEV MORTLOCK CHRISTMAS EVE 8PM ~ 9PM SUNDAY 26TH DEC 10AM SERVICES ~ SATURDAY 6PM SUNDAY10am & 7pm Lots of Nosh for top Xmas pav Top pav: Heather Hamilton won the annual Nosh pavlova competition with an old family recipe. The best Christmas- themed pavlova in the city has been dis- covered at the second annual Nosh pavlova competition. Heather Hamilton was awarded first place with a recipe she has been using for more than 40 years. The St Johns res- ident competed with 45 other keen home bakers for the title and won a $500 Nosh Dosh voucher. Heather s pav was decorated with tasty chocolate Christmas trees and strawberries and the judges noted it looked delectable right from the start . The judging panel consisted of Nosh chef Paula Cartwright, Kiwi culinary queen Tui Flower, last year s first runner-up Nat- alie Wild and Central Leader chief reporter Scott Morgan. The two runners up were Rachel Thomson and Linda Alcock. Boost on the way to families Christmas angels: Mt Eden Plunket and Mt Eden Rotary have joined forces once again to bring some Christmas cheer to local families. From left: Rotarians Lloyd Thorburn and Anne Cooney with Plunket committee treasurer Alison Taylor and her daughter Sarah, committee president Emma Churcher and her son Judge and Plunket nurse Adrienne Familton. Photo: CARLY TAWHIAO A special boost is on the way to Plunket families thanks to Rotary club. Mt Eden Rotary has donated $1000 to provide hampers full of helpful items for families in the community who may be struggling. It is the third year Rotary and Plunket have got together and Mt Eden committee presi- dent Emma Churcher says it s a great way to say happy Christmas. It s so nice to be able to do this as well as being nice for the people receiving it. Some of them need a Christmas angel. The parcels, which contain presents for all the family, will be deli- vered to the recipients homes by Plunket nurses Adrienne Familton and Jo Riddiford. It s unexpected so it s a real thrill for families to receive these gifts, Mrs Familton says. As the clinic s com- munity continues to grow, the committee regularly reaches out by donating baby goods to young families. Rotarians Lloyd Thor- burn and Anne Cooney say the hampers are a special way to acknowl- edge people s circum- stances, whether it s grief or tragedy related.
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