Western Leader : February 24th 2011
10 WESTERN LEADER, FEBRUARY 24, 2011 NEWS There are no limits to what young people can achieve when they are given the right preparation for lifelong success. At ACG Sunderland, we will bring out the best in your child so that we help build a better world for tomorrow. Visit us on Open Day to experience the ACG difference. Find out why our students enjoy coming to school each day and why they achieve such outstanding results. For full information about our school, visit our website: www.acgedu.com OPEN DAY SAT. 5 MARCH 10.30AM - 2.30PM Come and see how good school can be! ACG SUNDERLAND Years 1 to 13. 6 Waipareira Avenue, Henderson. Ph. 838 7070 SUN020RT 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 KFC OREO BISCUITS 12pk $2.69 ICY POPS 10's $1. 50ea 4For$5 METALLIC SELF ADHESIVE DRAW LINER $1.99ea CHUPA CHUPS 35 per bag $2.99 BEY BLADE TOY 99c ea FORBIDDEN FRUIT 180gm $1.30ea TOASTED MUESLI 750gm $2.99ea DELMAINE BEANS 2.55kg $1.99ea 3480727AB 91 913 913 45 3 4 13 3 13 459 3 913 9 3 4 33459 9 459 345 5 4 4 A 8AA 8A 8AA 8AA 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 CURRENTLY RENTING BUT WANT TO OWN YOUR OWN HOME? A unique affordable home ownership opportunity exists for first time buyers in this new subdivision at 169 Colwill Road, Massey East. Two sections with water views. We can help you afford the purchase of one these new 4 bed houses through our shared home ownership scheme*conditions apply The New Zealand Housing Foundation is a charitable housing trust helping first time buyers achieve their dream of owning their first home. To register your interest and reserve a home go to w w w.housingfoundation.co.nz For more information contact us at 0800446874 or firstname.lastname@example.org GUIDELINES To be included, contact us at least two weeks before your event. Email email@example.com 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. NOTICES Genealogy, meeting of Waitakere Branch of NZ Society of Genealogy, February 24. Glen Eden Library, Glendale Road, 7pm $2 members, $3 non-members. Speaker Seonaid Lewis, Auckland city library. Working from home, Connecting0604 is a networking group for business professionals who work from home. Next meeting February 25. Contact Liz 817-5189 or visit www.connecting0604.co.nz Probus, Ladies Probus Club of Avondale, next meeting February 25, 10am. At Avondale Baptist Church, corner New North and Blockhouse Bay roads. Speaker John Eadie on the history of St John Ambulance organisation. Visitors welcome. Phone 626-5675. Archery, Massey Archery Club, Redhills Road, is holding their annual Safari on February 26 and 27. See www.massey archery.co.nz for full details. Sunday afternoon will have a number of impressive events which can be viewed from the clubrooms at no cost to spectators. Ranui's got talent, come along and show off your skills at this free community talent show. No charge to take part or to watch. February 26 from 11.30am at 464 Swanson Road. Spot prizes. Phone Graham 0274-867-950. Volunteers, for Whau estuary clean-up, February 26. Contact Sandra 021-295-0302 for details. Seminar, on fibromyalgia, February 26, 9.30am- 12.30pm at Kelston Community Centre. Free to Arthritis NZ members, $10 for non-members. Phone Sue 835-9653. Picnic in the park, with music at Coroglen Gardens, Glenarden Way, Ranui, 3pm- 5pm. Hosted by Ranui Community House. Speedway, at Rosebank Park, February 27, 1pm. Qualifying starts noon. NZ solo championships, support motorcycles, sidecars and midget cars. Budgeting course, a three- week course on Tuesday evenings, March 1,8 and 15 at St Michaels Anglican Church, 425 Great North Rd, Henderson, from 7.30pm to 9pm. Proven, simple and effective budgeting and money management course run by trained money coaches. For further details and registrations phone 834-4540. Scottish country dancing, every Tuesday from March 1 at Kelston Community Centre, corner Great North and Awaroa Roads. Beginners 7pm, regular dance 8pm. First four nights are free, then an annual fee of $50. Phone 838-7263. Fellowship group, Dove Catholic Fellowship for Women, March 1, 7.30pm at St Anne's Catholic Croatian Mission Hall, 3 Cole Place, Te Atatu South. For more information call Anne Marie 832-1155. Folk dance group, meets Wednesdays 11am-2pm, New Lynn Community Centre. Recommences March 2. Contact Claire, 817-6472. Cost $3 per session. Lupus support group, next meeting March 2 in room one, New Lynn Community Centre, Totara Ave, 1.30pm to 3.30pm. Guest speaker is Liz Jamieson-Hastings, author of the book Still Standing. Come along and bring a friend. Phone Louise on 817-2060.
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