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Botany and Ormiston Times : Botany and Ormiston Times Thursday March 31 2016
www.times.co.nz Botany and Ormiston Times, Thursday, March 31, 2016 — 11 FACTORY OUTLET Open Mon-Fri 8am to 5pm, Sat 9am to 1.30pm 47 Dalgety Dr, Manukau City www.peterhay.co.nz • KITCHENS • VANITIES • STORAGE • LAUNDRY Whether it’s products for a renovation, a DIY project or a simple cabinet you are after, come and see if we can help you in our factory shop. Our factory shop is always well stocked with discontinued lines, and one-off sample products. Anything from bathroom vanities, under sink kitchen units, storage cabinets and discontinued kitchen cabinets in various colours are available. CP0833 Peter HAY Volunteer in our charity shops, have fun whilst supporting the work of Hospice. Join a friendly team at the heart of your local community in one of our Totara Hospice shops. Our dedicated and caring volunteers need more help! Turn kindly donated goods into much needed support for our patients and their families. Full training is provided, a great chance to meet new friends - and there are many ways you can help. Please contact Wendy Stanmore now if you can help on: (09) 2983108 or email@example.com Totara Hospice, 140 Charles Prevost Drive, Manurewa Volunteer in our charity shops, have fun whilst supporting the work of Hospice. Totara Hospice 140 Charles Prevost Dr, Manurewa Even as members of the congregation of C3 Church Howick were preparing to raise funds for the first C3 church and community centre in Lautoka Fiji, the category five tropical Cyclone Winston struck Fiji destroying homes and killing more than 40 people. Howick local Silena Martin says that even before Cyclone Winston tore through Fiji leaving people homeless and without food or water, members of the congregation of the local C3 Church had decided to host a Wearable Arts Fiji Fundraiser competition. The funds collected will go to help those affected by the deadly cyclone. Set for May 14 at 27 Aviemore Drive, the Wearable Arts Fiji Fundraiser will have three categories: kids from eight to 12 year, young adults from 13 to 18 years and adults from 18 years. ➤➤ To enter the competition you need to pick up a form from C3 Church, 27 Aviemore Drive, Highland Park. Entry is $25. ➤➤ Contact Silena Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details. competition Wearable Arts fundraiser for Fiji Fencible descendents The New Zealand Fencible Society is looking for descendents of Auckland’s early settlers. Its next meeting is at 1.30pm on April 9 at the Panmure Library, Pilkington Road, Panmure. Guest speaker is ex Navy officer Fred Wilson speaking about the Waitangi Treaty and Navy history in the Bay of Islands. All welcome. For more information phone Nancy on 298-9202. Legal clinics Botany Citizens Advice Bureau is hosting Justice of the Peace clinics at 10.30-11.30am on Mondays and Tuesdays (no appointments necessary). On Thursdays at 10.30-11.30am the bureau’s barrister/ lawyer is available for all legal matters including Family Law. Bookings are essential. Immigration advisers are available on Fridays at 10.30-11.30am every second and fourth week of the month by appointment. Phone 271-5382 or visit the CAB at Botany Town Centre (Foodcourt rear entrance). Zonta club Do join the members of Zonta Club of East Auckland at their April 5 dinner meeting at the Howick Club, Botany Road. Our guest speaker is Jo Varney. She works as a fund raiser for the “Sweet Louise” foundation, an organisation set up by Louise’s husband Scott to support women with breast cancer. For further information, contact the secretary by email email@example.com Beginner’s iPad workshop Tuesday April 12, 11am-12pm. Do you have an iPad but have no idea how to use it? Come to our beginner’s iPad workshop where you will be shown some basic functions. You will then be given some simple exercises and a chance to ask further questions. Please note you need to know what your Apple ID and passwords are if the iPad has been previously set up. Cost is free. Phone 576-5269. U3A Pakuranga The next meeting of U3A Pakuranga is at St Andrews Church, corner Ridge Rd and Vincent St, Howick, Monday, April 4, 1.45 pm. Our guest speakers will be Dr David Newcombe, Professor Janie Sheridan, Associate Prof. Natalie Walker and Dr Susanna Galea from the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, University of Auckland. Their address is titled “Alcohol and tobacco use in the older adult - dangerous consumptions and their effects on the aging population”. ➤➤community notices This is a free community noticeboard for non-profit groups. Please email notices to firstname.lastname@example.org. While every effort is made to run the notices, volume and space restrictions may mean events may not run. Where publication of a notice is time-critical, groups should consider paying for a classified advertisement to ensure placement.
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