Central Leader : February 16th 2011
10 CENTRAL LEADER, FEBRUARY 16, 2011 NEWS 3 RETIREMENT VILLAGE *Applications must be made on an application form. A Disclosure Statement is available at the village 23 Elm Street, Avondale www.rosehill.co.nz Phone today: 09 828 9844 or Mob. 021 337 835 email: email@example.com Retire to the good life It s surprisingly affordable. Rosehill Gardens is a modern purpose-built retirement village located within a gated, flat and easily accessed property in the heart of Avondale. It comprises a mix of 28 villas, 27 serviced apartments and 2 studios. Rosehill Gardens is only 200 metres from the Avondale Shopping Centre and five minutes drive away from the North Western Motorway. North-facing, one bedroom, air conditioned apartment with own lounge, ensuite bathroom and kitchenette. From $183,000 Monitored smoke alarm and sprinkler system. firstname.lastname@example.org Carol Beaumont MP Working with and for our Community 62A Princes Street, Onehunga, Auckland. Tel: 09 6360090 Fax: 09 6360091 GE T JOHN KEY 'S NE WSLET TER www.johnkey.co.nz www.national.org.nz 3479615AA Women's Health Action presents..... Managing Menopause Naturally A three hour workshop that provides: an understanding of menopause a discussion of the range of women's experiences at menopause in-depth information on how to manage the transition with simple lifestyle changes, nutrition and traditional therapies. Gill Sanson is a menopause educator and the author of 'Mid-Life Energy & Happiness' and 'The Myth of Osteoporosis' Tel: 520 5295, Fax 520 5731 email@example.com Book online at www.womens-health.org.nz Thursday 10th March 6pm - 9pm MAMA Inc, 1 Tayors Rd, Morningside, Auckland Cost $30 Bookings Essential Light meal provided Beginners Guide To Property Investing FREE 4-hour training workshops We do NOT have any property to sell you! We are NZ Property Investors who are passionate about teaching people just like you, how to secure your financial future through investing in NZ Real Estate. Let us show you: • How you can retire early and retire wealthy, even if you are starting with nothing • Why you can't rely on the Government to look after you in retirement • How to build a solid portfolio to create wealth, without risking everything • Strategies you can use if you can't get finance • Ways to buy property with no money down • How to leverage your time and money For FREE tickets to one of our upcoming Auckland training workshops, Register online at www.propertyapprentice.com/events.htm or call us on 09 5757736. 3 Ideas for artwork wanted Fresh look: Artist Zoe Nash is calling on the Pt Chevalier community to provide ideas for a new artwork that's been commissioned for a wall next to the community centre. Photo: JASON OXENHAM By SCOTT MORGAN The Pt Chevalier com- munity is being called on to have its say about a new artwork com- missioned for the area. Artist Zoe Nash will head the $18,000 project funded by the Auckland Council, Creative Com- munities New Zealand and the ASB Community Trust. It will be installed on a wall next the Pt Cheva- lier Community Centre. It s obviously going to be about things like Pt Chevalier s landscape, architecture, history and the families that used to be here, she says. But nothing is defi- nite -- it s up to the com- munity what they would like to see there. Rather than painting a traditional mural, the work will have a more modern feel to it. It s possible some- thing might be digitally created and printed on aluminium. Traditional murals look good when they re first started, but after a few years they start to fall apart. The Waterview resi- dent says another posi- tive is the artwork could be moved if the com- munity centre shifted. The centre needs something to draw atten- tion to it. The contempor- ary artwork will inject vibrancy into the space. Pt Chevalier Com- munity Committee chair- man Bruce Blair, whose group runs the centre, says the work will be a welcome addition. The final outcome should be brilliant. Pt Chev went down a bit over a few years, but now it s picking itself up and moving. People can contribute ideas by filling in questionnaires at the community centre or the Pt Chevalier library. Ms Nash will also hold public meetings on Saturday, March 19 and April 30 so people can share their stories, photos and memorabilia about Pt Chevalier. The meetings all start at 9.30am in the annex room at the Pt Chevalier Community Centre, 18 Huia Rd. Email firstname.lastname@example.org. nz or call 021-175-3713 for more information.
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