Central Leader : January 21st 2010
4 CENTRAL LEADER, JANUARY 21, 2011 NEWS If you're a coffee lover or interested in learning about coffee and being able to make the perfect cup then MIT's Barista Short courses are for you. Courses cover topics such as describing coffee, barista terms, preparing espresso, filter and other specialist hot beverages and the art of tea service. Courses run two evenings per week for five weeks. Learn to make the perfect cup Contact us now for a complete list of programmes or more information. 0800 62 62 52 | www.manukau.ac.nz 7552 00094 c APPLY NOW FOR FEBRUARY 2011 For more information or to buy online, visit our website at schooluniformcentre.co.nz Ph 09 524 6270 ONEHUNGA HIGH SCHOOL UNIFORM SHOP Opening Hours for Back to School 2011 January 2011 24th (Monday) 10am to 2pm 25th (Tuesday) 4pm to 7pm 26th (Wednesday) 4pm to 7pm 27th (Thursday) to 29th (Saturday) 10am to 2pm February 2011 1st (Tuesday) 8am to 3pm 3375843AC Call Window Answers now For a free measure and quote Tel: 836 6222 20K Te Pai Place, Henderson Blinds Vertical • Holland • Venetian • Wooden • Sunscreen Buy direct from the factory TIMBER SALE UP TO 60% OFF RRP • Australian Design Award • Uniline's Unique 5 Year Warranty Conditions Apply 50% on the retail price Save up to www.windowanswers.co.nz or email firstname.lastname@example.org MT WELLINGTON WITH PASTORS PETER & BEV MORTLOCK Mt Wellington Highway - Entrance, Aranui Rd, Opposite Sylvia Park 6am - TUESDAY & FRIDAY 9a m-SUNDAY TV3 PRIME .com 3438464AA SECONDARY SCHOOLS CYCLING Peloton Cycling Tours is running a series of weekend cycling camps through Feb. & Mar. to provide much needed base fitness for the 2011 Secondary Schools Tamaki Drive Cycling Series. The camps consist of tours around the stunning Coromandel Peninsula with tail & lead safety vehicles as well as experienced cyclists leading the peloton. All levels catered for. Parent cyclists welcome. $265: Includes accommodation, food, transport from Auckland, energy drinks, and ride snacks For further information contact: Peter Gibson Ph 5204346 email@example.com Fireflies blaze a trail for Oxfam What a walk: Kelly Gregor, Alex Erasmus, Sarah Wilson and Hamish Draper are all doing the Oxfam Trailwalker fundraising event around Lake Taupo in April. By SCOTT MORGAN Walking 100km in 36 hours around New Zealand s largest lake is a challenge most people would be unprepared for. But for Alex Erasmus, Kelly Gregor, Sarah Wil- son and Hamish Draper, taking on the tough task isallinthenameofa good cause. The quartet is taking part in the Oxfam Trail- walker event around Lake Taupo in April. They want to raise $2500 for the charity. We saw it last year and thought it d be a great thing to do, Alex says. It s about doing some- thing charitable, but not just donating money. It s the next big adventure. The St Marys Bay resi- dent says he s done some running races before, but nothing like this. It s something you only do once -- it s a great bonding exercise. As for training, the group, known as the Fireflies team, have done a number of 20km walks in preparation for the event and hope to com- plete a 50km walk on Waiheke Island at some point. Alex has also taken special precautions to help avoid blisters dur- ing the walk. I bought some special socks for $35 a pair. I ll change them halfway through. I think I ll be struggling to walk the next day. Oxfam executive direc- tor Barry Coates says it s humbling to see how hard people push them- selves with the walk and fundraising. We re really grateful for all the participants and supporters of Oxfam Trailwalker -- they have a big impact. It is an event that encourages people to test their limits and provides a great motivation for doing so. Up to 300 people will take part in the event. If you'd like to support the Fireflies they're having a fundraising event at the Sale St bar on January 25 from 6pm or visit www. oxfam.org.nz/events/ teams.asp?a=show _team_pages& eventid=28&teamid= 4541 to make a donation.
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