Western Leader : January 25th 2011
8 WESTERN LEADER, JANUARY 25, 2011 NEWS A NZ COMPANY SINCE 1984 PH 838 9118, PIONEER ST PH 827 8827, 10A MARGAN AVE www.theaussiebutcher.co.nz HENDERSON NEW LYNN WE SELL ONLY THE BEST OF NZ MEAT! OFFERS EXPIRE 30/1/11 OPEN 7 DAYS FRESH TENDER BBQ STEAK FRESH CHUCK STEAK AND GRAVY BEEF FRESH PREMIUM BEEF MINCE FRESH BRISKET ON THE BONE FRESH WHOLE CHICKENS FRESH CHICKEN DRUMSTICKS FRESH ROLLED ROAST BEEF $999 $799 $999 $499 $699 $599 $799 KG KG KG KG EA KG KG PLAIN OR MARINATED PLAIN OR MARINATED (RANDOM SIZE 9-11S) ONLY ONLY NOW ONLY NOW NOW ONLY PLUS....Affordable battery replacement service! GUIDELINES Contact us at least two weeks before your event. Call us on 836-9307, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or write to What's On Guide, PO Box 21167, Henderson. This section is for community groups, charities and non- profit organisations providing free or low-cost events only. NOTICES Mental illness, support group starts January 25. Challenge Trust West Mobile Services, 6a Paramount Drive, Lincoln North, 1pm. An informal group where you can listen, learn and share experiences in a safe, confidential environment. There is also an evening group, beginning January 26, 6.30pm. Phone Nicki 839-7301. Edmonton Senior Citizens Club, starts on January 25. New members wanted. Meets Tuesdays and Fridays from 1pm. Join us for bowls, card games and day trips. Meet at the community centre, Te Atatu South, behind the library. Phone Gilbert 833-7879. Meditation course, for peace of mind, positivity and stress relief. January 25, 7pm. Ranui Community Centre, Corner of Swanson and Ranui Station roads. Phone 832-8607 or email email@example.com. Koha contribution. www.bkwsu.org Free talk, January 28, by Professor Miller Goss at Piha Surf Club, about the impact of the New Zealand radio astronomy expedition of 1948. Talk starts at 8pm. Fish and chips available from 6pm, $10. Organised by Protect Piha Heritage, phone 812-8156. Auditions, for a musical of show hits from 1950s to today at Waitemata Theatre. January 30 from 6pm to 8pm and February 6 from 1pm to 3pm. Phone Graham Douglas for an audition time 021-665-559. Season, April 6-16. Badminton Club, season starts February 2 at Lynndale mid-week badminton club, Western Hall, Portage Rd, New Lynn. Mondays and Wednesdays, 9am to 1pm. Phone Brian 627-1452. Employment help for refugees, February 5. Hosted by Auckland Regional Migrant Services. No charge. To register phone 625-2440 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Meditation classes, every Monday starting February 7 at Amitabha Hospice, 7pm, 44 Powell St, Avondale, $10. All welcome. Speaker, Trish Webb at West Auckland Aglow, February 8. Her message is: Change of year -- year of change. At Henderson Baptist Church, 319 Great North Rd. Morning tea at 9.15am, meeting at 9.45am. Creche available. Experience and receive God's healing love. Phone Ethel 838-9236. Training, eight weeks personal development training starting February 8 in Henderson. The first step towards becoming a volunteer Youthline counsellor or attend for personal growth and to improve self awareness and communication skills. Phone 361-4170. Widows meeting, West Auckland Widowed Persons Association, first Saturday of each month, 2pm, Kelston Community Centre. Phone Alison 818-8707. Move4Health, have fun while exercising and meet new people. Aimed at those who need to get active to improve their health, or anyone wanting a great reason to get moving again. Ranui Community Centre, Fridays 1pm. First session is free, gold coin donation thereafter. For more information contact Emma Haigh at Sport Waitakere 966-3120. Sports equipment, available for the community to hire at Kelston Equipment Hire Pool. For more information or to volunteer contact Rhonda at Sport Waitakere 838-4711 or packelston@xtra. co.nz. Care centre, at Te Atatu Peninsula, Tuesdays, 9.30am-1pm, lunch, entertainment and outings. Phone Joyce 837-8900 or Joan 833-5727. Tap dance for adults, at Te Atatu Intermediate, Harbourview Rd. Wednesdays at 7.30pm and Saturdays at 11am. Phone Kim 021-022-77025. Come along and learn some fun routines. Yoga, at Sturges West Community House. Tuesdays, 10.30am. Free mats. Contact Fay to join for term one. Phone 837-7794. Girl Guiding, Pippins, Brownies, Guides and Rangers -- Glen Eden, New Lynn, Laingholm, Oratia and Titirangi units are looking for new members. Girls develop self- confidence, make friends and have fun outside of school. For more information visit www.girlguidingnz. org.nz or phone 638-9076. Mah-jong, St John rooms, Edmonton Rd, Te Atatu South, Monday nights, 7.30pm. Phone Rita 838-4472.
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