Western Leader : February 8th 2011
10 WESTERN LEADER, FEBRUARY 8, 2011 NEWS Free Chocolates with every order of Valentines Flowers Valid till 14th February Posies Roses Bouquets Gift Baskets Teddies Balloons Special Occasions Weddings Share a Little Romance 3098 Great North Road, New Lynn Ph:827 2833 www.floristshop.co.nz CLEARANCE MORE SPECIALS IN STORE Monday - Friday 9am-6pm • Sat & Sun 10am-5.30pm Unit 1, 31A Veronica St, New Lynn, Auckland Behind Greeenstone factory MARSHMALLOWS 180G $1.39EA OR 4 FOR $5 ETA SPUDS 40G 4 FOR $1.99 PEPSI 1.5L $1. 50EA OR4FOR $5 AIR FRESHENER 300ML 3 FOR $5 CORRECTION TAPE 99c EA DOG FOOD 1.2KG $2.49EA Toblerone Tintys 330g $6.99ea CADBURY OLD GOLD 350g 3.50ea or2For $5.99 3480727AA KFC IT'S EASY TO BE A HERO. JUST SIT BACK AND RELAX THE TRUSTS STADIUM HENDERSON TUE 15FEB1pm--7pm WED 16FEB 1pm--7pm THU 17FEB1pm--7pm FRI 18FEB 9am--2pm BRING YOUR ARM - WE'LL DO THE REST The ultimate in permanent weather protection. Archgola West Auckland Lawrence: 0800 20 19 25 USE YOUR OUTDOOR LIVING AREAS ALL YEAR ROUND! www.archgola.co.nz 3451552AC Cartridge World Henderson 16 Railside Avenue, Ph: (09) 836 7246 Email: email@example.com Hours: Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5pm Saturday 9am to 12 noon Cartridge World New Lynn 3077 Great North Rd, Ph: (09) 826 1022 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Hours: Monday to Friday 9am to 5.30pm Saturday 9am to 1pm 3370326AE St John know the way St John ambulances around west Auckland have been fitted out with GPS units. Seven vehicles at Te Atatu, New Lynn and Whenuapai stations have been installed with navigation systems to help paramedics find the fastest route to call- outs. The units could identify roads con- gested or under repair which drivers would then avoid. St John acting operations team man- ager Glenn Metcalf says the new systems are important because every second counts in an emergency. The units were donated by Freemasons. Take to the water On board: Being a Sea Scout means Tayla Morgan gets to participate in lots of fun activities. She is pictured bailing water following a broach near Rangitoto Island. By NICOLA MURPHY Fancy joining a club where you can try a different outdoor activity every weekend? The New Lynn Sea Scouts are fishing for more young people to join their ranks. Team leader Andrew Stevens estimates they only had around 40 members at their lowest point in 1990. That number is up to more than 120 this year but Mr Stevens is keen to see it increase. The club has recently acquired access to a new meeting hall that will allow for the expansion. A meeting for those interested in signing up will be held on February 15 at 20 Albert Rd, Kelston, from 6.30pm to 8.30pm. Sea Scouts caters for boys and girls aged 6 to 26 and is split into age groups. The younger Keas and Cubs learn basic skills like knot-tying and paddling in canoes while Scouts and Venturers move on to sailing, regattas and other sea activities. Rovers are aged 19 to 26 and help deliver the programme to youngsters. New Lynn is the only Sea Scouts group in New Zealand to cater for all five sections of the movement. Mr Stevens has been associated with the group for 20 years and has seen many young adventurers come and go in that time. It's an opportunity to learn new skills, build confidence and have a lot of fun doing it,'' he says. The Scouts is a non-profit organisation and charges a small fee to cover costs. Call Mr Stevens on 827-2569 or email email@example.com scouts.org.nz to find out more.
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