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Ph 534 9373. www.johnrussellmenswear.co.nz www.garysgardensheds.co.nz Unit E, 146 Harris Road, East Tamaki. Phone 274 6617. Jeff Honeybun Jewellers 5 Moore St, Howick. Ph 534 8773. www.jeffhoneybunjewellers.co.nz firstname.lastname@example.org This October, Breast Can- cer Month, an emotional campaign by the NZ Breast Foundation will remind women that finding cancer early, through a mammo- gram, might mean the dif- ference between relief and despair. The campaign is backed by new data showing signifi- cantly greater breast cancer survival for women within the free screening age group (45-69) when their tumour is found on a mammogram. Of women aged 45-69 whose cancer was found on a screening mammogram, 94 per cent were alive five years after diagnosis, and 86 per cent 10 years after diag- nosis. For those women who found their cancer through a lump or other symptom, five- year survival was 80 per cent and 10-year survival just 68 per cent. “This is the first time we’ve been able to analyse the sur- vival numbers for the screen- ing age group, and with 12 years of data now available, we think this information is highly significant,” said Evan- gelia Henderson, chief exec- utive at the NZ Breast Cancer Foundation. “We sometimes hear people say, ‘Everyone knows about mammograms.’ But the fact is 30 per cent of eligible women aren’t enrolled with the free screen- ing programme, and every year another 30,000 women turn 45. So our message this October is, get your mammo- gram – do it for yourself, and for your family. Relief is so much better than despair.” The Despair or relief? cam- paign in print and on televi- sion features four women who have either had breast cancer, or been close to someone who has. Bronwyn Rogerson, of Tuakau, is one of them. She and her two sisters turned their regular mam- mograms into a special fam- ily ritual, after their mum had breast cancer. But Bronwyn says she never expected the call that came in May 2014, telling her that her mammo- gram looked suspicious. Mammogram might be the life-changing difference Bronwyn Rogerson never expected the call that came in May 2014, telling her that her mammogram looked suspicious. Mobile Ceramics NZ Ltd Visit our two Auckland Showrooms Shop 5, 2 Tawa Dr, Albany. 198 Moore St, Howick. Ph 0800 002 005. www.mobileceramics.co .nz www.times.co.nz Botany and Ormiston Times, Thursday, October 22, 2015 — 11 ® Community notices BREAST CANCER AWARENESS Annual Car Rally Open to all Rotarians and their friends, the Rotary Club of East Tamaki will host the Annual Car Rally on Sunday, November 8. Designed as a Sunday Drive, the most intelligent and fastest driver will not necessarily be the winner on the day. Starting time: 9.45am. Starting point: Botany Junction Car Park. Cost: $10. Baha’i evening `The earth is but one country, and mankind its citizens’ - Baha’u’llah. You are invited to an information sharing evening about the Baha’i Faith. Every Friday evening 7pm to 9pm. Highland Park Community House, 47 Aviemore Drive. All welcome. Ph. Eric 271-2275 for more details. Car boot sale A car boot sale will be held on Saturday, November 14 at Parish Fair All Souls Church, 49 North Rd Clevedon. 9.30am-1.30pm. There will be old time games, face painting, sausage sizzle, stalls and refreshments. Phone 292-8763 for information and to book a car boot space. Butterfly gardens From Sunday, November 1-8, butterfly enthusiasts and conservationists will be displaying their ideal habitat for moths and butterflies in the Butterfly Gardens. This is in support of the Moths and Butterflies of New Zealand Trust. There are several places open for the public to visit including Saint Kentigern College, Pakuranga. Scam Savvy Bank of New Zealand finance experts Carly Orr and Ann Brown will run a seminar to help people protect themselves against fraud and scams, including phishing and credit card scams and card skimming. It will be run at 1-2pm on October 29 at the Howick Local Board room in the Pakuranga Library building, Aylesbury Street, Pakuranga. RSVP by October 27 by phoning 476-8331 or email Pakuranga@cab.org.nz. Colouring The next adult colouring session will take place at Botany Library, Level 1, Sunset Terrace, Botany Town Centre on Friday, October 23 from 10am-11.30am. Colouring pencils and sheets provided, or bring your own. Feeling competitive? Then colour in an illustration from All Good: A New Zealand Colouring Book by Jo Pearson and be in to win 500 Bookseller Tokens and a book prize pack as part of NZ Bookshop Day on October 31. Visit www.booksellers. co.nz for more details. Autism workshop Strategies for behaviour, social and play skills, joint attention and communication will be discussed at a free autism workshop for parents. Presentations will be subdivided by age/skills to provide tailored information for specific circumstances. Leave at the end of the day with tools and strategies that can be implemented at home. Fully catered. The Children’s Autism ‘Hands On Autism’ workshop is at 9am-4pm on October 31 at Manukau New Life Church, 12 Jellicoe Road, Manurewa. To register email email@example.com. Glow party Howick’s C3 Church is running another Glow Party on October 31 where fun, games and food will be provided for the family. There will be outdoor and indoor activities that include a Minion Maze Room, Pitch Black Room, carnival games and disco with face painting, candyfloss and a goodie bag for each child. Adults will be catered for in the church cafe with free barista coffee and home baking. The C3 Church Glow Party will be held at 5-7pm on October 31 at C3 Church, 27 Aviemore Drive, Highland Park. Entry is by a gold coin donation.
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