Western Leader : December 3rd 2010
5 WESTERN LEADER, DECEMBER 3, 2010 NEWS ITM RACING PACK pinepac.co.nz WHENUAPAI ITM 2 Airport Road Ph. 416 8164 KUMEU ITM 154 Main Road Ph. 412 8148 Kumeu & Whenuapai Open 7 Days SWANSON ITM 2 O'Neills Road Ph. 832 0209 Open Monday -- Saturday SOLAGARD TIMBER Kwila Decking 100x25 Grip Tread $5.99 LM Pine COL150x50 Retaining H4 Rough Sawn $3.80 LM Fence Rails 75x50 H3.2 Rough Sawn 4.8 & 6.0m $1.84 LM Fence Rails 100x50 H3.2 Rough Sawn 4.8 & 6.0m $2.35 LM Exterior Framing MSG8 100x50 H3.2 CCA $3.60 LM #1 Fence Post 1.8mtr H4 $10.80ea (Great value) Wattyl Solagard 8ltr White $99 Buy 8ltrs for the price of 4ltrs FREE Backpack or Fishing Kit with every 8ltrs, while stocks last IRWIN 7-1/4 TCT Saw Blade Setof3$45 Makita 1/3 Sheet Sander BO3710 $145 Hitachi Angle Grinder 125mm G13SR3 Industrial Quality $157 8M Fat Max Tape 32mm $39 NAME ......................................................................................... CONTACT PHONE .................................................................... Draw closes 19 December 2010. Winner will be notified by phone. Simply bring this ad into any store, complete your details and you're in the draw. Or enter online at www.pinepac.co.nz 2 packs to be given away: Contains CAP, HOODIE and Limited Edition CREW SHIRT FREE! FREE! International Qualifcations available www.collegeofcamille.co.nz Enrol now for January Last chapter of book sale Stock up on good read- ing for the summer holidays at the final New Lynn Lions book sale of the year this Saturday. More than 15,000 books priced at $1 each will be available. The sale is being held at Friendship Club hall, 3063 Great North Rd from 8am until 4pm. All funds raised from the sale will be distrib- uted back into the com- munity. Still time to catch Santa Missed Santa Claus last weekend? Don t worry, it s not too late. Santa will be at Saturday s Te Atatu Pen- insula Santa Parade and Fun Day. The parade starts from the Te Atatu Community Centre and will go from 11am till noon. There will be stalls, entertainment and children s activities for a fun family day out. Road closures: Te Atatu Rd from Hereford St to town centre, 11am to noon. Singing scholar: Avondale College's deputy head girl Jana Nee has won an AUT scholarship and will begin her bachelor of arts and social sciences degree next year. Photo: CATHERINE HEALY Maori culture paves the way By CATHERINE HEALY Jana Nee s interest in Maori culture has inspired her songwriting and helped her gain a student scholarship to university. The 18-year-old dep- uty head girl of Avondale College says her culture isabigpartofher studies and interests. She has just completed her NCEA level 3 Maori language exam. My dad is from a big Maori and Pacific family. We re always visiting our marae up north. I ve done a lot of kapa haka over the years and I tend to lead the powhiri at school. Her leadership con- tributions to her school and community have helped to win her a Sig- nificant Student Scholar- ship which will fully fund her three-year bachelor of arts and social sciences degree at AUT. The Western Leader profiled Jana when she won Waitakere City Libraries Launch your Lyrics competition in June. The song, I Carry You, was inspired by my grandmother, where she is from and my culture, Janna says. She s putting her music on hold while she focuses on preparing for university. I might be able to do some music on the side next year, it depends how I find it. The self-taught guitar- ist doesn t read music, but her natural musical ability is well-known at Avondale College. I play quite a lot at junior assemblies.
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