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www.times.co.nz Howick and Pakuranga Times, Thursday, March 23, 2017 — 15 JH12116-V2 WINZ Quotes Welcome 33 Wellington St, Howick. Ph 534 4975. www.howicktyres.co.nz Howick Tyres & Alignments Est 1975 Howick Tyres & Alignments Est 1975 Suppliers of EECA Energywise-approved FUEL EFFICIENT TYRES MAJOR STOCKIST OF CONTINENTAL AND VITORA TYRES PROUD SPONSORS OF BELLYFUL EAST AUCKLAND 40 Years keeping Howick families safe on the road! Come in and talk to Mike and his team. What’s On A free community notice-board for non-profit groups. Send notices to firstname.lastname@example.org, fax 271 8073, post to PO Box 259-243, Botany, Auckland 2163 or drop into our office at Level 1, The Lane, Botany Town Centre, 588 Chapel Road, East Tamaki. Support our elders Volunteers needed to support our elders in the community at The Selwyn Centre, 30 Cook Street, Howick, with activities, kitchen duty, socialising and supporting our members to different activi- ties on a Monday, Wednesday and Fridays, 9.30am-1.30pm or 2 hours for a kitchen duty any time you have would be much appreci- ated. Phone Debbie 021-02513117. Having a clear out? The Highland Park Community Creche is having a car boot sale fundraiser at 47 Aviemore Drive, on Saturday, April 8, 8am-12pm. Cost is $20 per space. Book your spot by calling Olivia on 022- 1203360 or email highlandpark- email@example.com. Women’s fellowship Dove Catholic Fellowship for Women invite you to our next meeting on Tuesday, March 28, 7.30pm, St Anne’s Parish Hall, Manurewa. Guest speaker Helen Armstrong — theme Faith: Ephe- sians 2:8. Come and share a cuppa, friendship and encourage- ment. All welcome. Phone Grace 577-3479. Age Concern nutrition Age Concern presents “Nutri- tion in a Nutshell” on Thurs- day, April 6, 10am-12 noon at St Hilda Community Hall, 3 Wake- lin Road, Beachlands. Morning tea included at 10am. Bookings essential. Phone the Age Concern office 279-4331 ext 800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Floral art meeting Howick Floral Art Club. Mon- day, March 27, Centennial Bowl- ing Club, Selwyn Road, Howick. Doors open 11.30am, meeting starts 1pm. Following a success- ful meeting last month, we have two talented members from the club, Faye Potter and Sue Arm- strong, together with Joyce Wei from Papatoetoe club creating a diverse range of floral designs. The competition table title will be topical ‘Easter Basket’. Visi- tors welcome, $10, but come along and consider joining our friendly club. Phone Eljean 534- 3358 or check our Facebook page. Retired recreation Howick & Pakuranga Leisure Centres run badminton/short tennis/table tennis and provide tea and coffee for our retired community, $4 per person a session. Sessions are Mondays 1pm-3pm, Howick Leisure Cen- tre, 563 Pakuranga Road, and 1pm-3pm Tuesday or 12.30pm- 2.30pm Thursdays at Pakuranga Leisure Centre, 13 Reeves Road. We would love to see some new people to join our great bunch of regulars. Come and get active with us. Knitting in the library Bring your needles and yarns. Enjoy your knitting time and share your skills with other knitters of all levels. Come and join our lovely knitting group every Thursday, 10.30am-noon, Pakuranga Library. For more information, phone 576-5269. Mahjong Howick Mahjong Club, Mill- house Drive, Howick Croquet Club hall.Beginners welcome. Tuition given. We meet Thurs- days, 1pm-4pm. Phone Adrienne 534-4989. RSA women Howick RSA Women’s Section’s next monthly meeting is Friday, March 31, 10am, Howick RSA. All welcome. Bring a friend and enjoy morning tea and our enter- tainment. Phone Bev 534-9285. Social group Join in the fun at the Selwyn Centre, Howick, All Saints Hall, 30 Cook Street, Howick, includes light exercise, indoor bowls, rummicub and bingo and many other games. Morning tea included for $3. For a further $6, lunch of your choice is arranged. Very friendly people to socialise with Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9.30am-1.30pm. Phone Debbie 021-02513117 or drop in for a chat. Singles group New Horizons is a social and friendship club for single 40s, 50s & 60s. Monthly programs of barbeques, outings, dinners, films etc. A club and prospective new members’ night is held on the first Thursday of each month at the Barrel Inn, Cook Street, How- ick. Come along from 6.30pm and meet new friends. Contact Suzie on 529-4027 or Trevor 533-3694 or visit www.auckland-singles- social-club.org.nz Art gallery Green Gables Art Gallery, Haw- thornden Reserve, 66 Cook St, Howick, will feature works by artist Pat Nielson from Friday, March 31 to Sunday, April 29. Sales help to support the South Auckland Totara Hospice. Entry is free and all are welcome. Gal- lery hours: Friday-Sunday,10am- 3pm. Phone Beryl 534-5448. Ladies Probus The Ladies Probus Club of How- ick Central will hold its AGM on Friday, March 24 at 10am. Ladies of all ages are welcome to come and join this group of very friendly ladies who meet once a month, enjoy each other’s com- pany over morning tea, partici- pate in organised trips and enjoy the wide and varied range of speakers who are invited to speak at the meetings. Phone Beverley 534-7319. Special Olympics AGM Special Olympics Howick- Pakuranga provides sporting opportunities for people with an intellectual disability aged 8 years and upwards. Regular training sessions are run by volunteers in athletics, swimming, basketball, tenpin bowling, indoor bowls, football, powerlifting and table tennis. The annual general meet- ing is at 7.30pm, Tuesday, April 4, Howick RSA in the downstairs room. All welcome. For more information you can email how- ick-pakuranga@specialolympics. org.nz or phone Laurinne 021- 1501034. Lego at the library Last Sunday of every month. Drop in and have fun creat- ing with Lego, Sunday, March 26, 10am-3pm, Highland Park Library. Phone 535-5935. Pigeon Mt Garden Club Meets Monday, April 3 at 7.30pm at St Andrews Presbyterian Church, corner Ridge Road. Speaker is Sean Montgomery on Yates Garden Products. Bring questions about use of products. Free giveaways. Enquiries phone Rosemary 534-3144. Ladies club The Pakuranga Ladies Club’s next Meeting, which is our AGM. There are important mat- ters to be discussed and we need to have a full membership in attendance. The speaker is How- ick Board Member Peter Young talking about the Chinese New Year and the year of the Rooster. Pakuranga Leagues Club, 10am, Friday, March 24. For more information, phone Pip 576-8932. Fight dementia Learn the difference between normal memory loss of aging and early dementia and how to treat it. St Columba Church, 480 Ti Rakau Drive, Botany, March 29, 5.30pm-7.30pm. Learn the latest science on how to stay sharp and prevent Alzheimer’s Disease and much more. The speaker is Dr Dave Jenkins. To reserve a seat contact Dieuwke Gers text 021 608 748 or email dieger1652@ gmail.com.
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