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Botany and Ormiston Times : Botany and Ormiston Times Thursday May 7 2015
14 — Botany and Ormiston Times, Thursday, May 7, 2015 www.times.co.nz SC3355 www.elimchristiancentre.org.nz KC10798 Lotus Body Clinic Ltd 11/295 Ti Rakau Drive, Burswood What to get Mum for Mother’s Day... What does Mum want? Treat Mum to a Lotus Body Clinic Mother’s Day Package! Package includes: Normal price is $230, but from May 1 until May 20 we’re giving you a chance to TREAT MUM FOR ONLY $99.50! (save $130.50) WE ARE ONLY TAKING 10 BOOKINGS PER DAY, SO PHONE OR CALL IN TODAY TO MAKE A BOOKING! Lotus Body Clinic Ltd CP0252 Treat your mother to something special this Sunday for Mother’s Day May 10, 2015 50% OFF Meals Featuring 3 course Set Menu Mum can enjoy a complimentary glass of wine Brunch & Lunch 10am-3pm from $10 Dinner 5-11pm Come in and enjoy live music BEINTOWIN 1st prize – A Voucher for Microdermabrasion or Galvanic or High Frequency Facial Treatment – worth $150 2nd prize – Meal voucher from Lowlander Bar & Grill – worth $100 RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED Phone 576 3999 www.lowlander.co.nz 7 Reeves Road, Pakuranga. SC3367 Have a Beautiful Mother’s Day Sunday May 10 There’s no doubt that Mother’s Day is first and fore- most a family celebration. A meal at a favourite restau- rant, gifts, a family activity... there are many ways to treat mum and tell you how much you love her. In homes across the country, families look forward to cel- ebrating their mothers each year. But isn’t it time that our society started to place more value on motherhood and find ways to put more focus on the family? Being a mother is obviously a personal choice, but all of society benefits from this de- cision. After all, what future would any society have with- out children? That’s why it is important for society to make choices that give mothers a decent quality of life and that prioritise the needs of families. Unfortunately, poverty, vio- lence, isolation, insecurity and overwork are often a real issue in many households, particularly when women are left alone to take on all family responsibilities. That’s why it is urgent for societies to find solutions to their problems. Mother’s Day should be an occasion during which the contributions of mothers to society are given full honours. Mothers do not count the hours of work they do for their families, and society should not count the tributes we pay to the courage, patience and dedication of these women. On Mother’s Day, mothers should feel the admiration and recognition that they de- serve, and know that if the day should ever come that they need society’s help, it will be there for them. Mums deserve recognition In homes across the country, families look forward to celebrating their mothers each year.
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