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I look forward to more news, views and entertainment in the years to come. -- Judith Collins, Minister of Justice Phone: (09) 271 8000 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.times.co.nz Unit 90C Whitford Rd, Howick Meadowlands (Next to Video Ezy) Ph: 09 535 8376 - www.kruathai.co.nz UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT!! 30% Off Main Meal Dine in only (excluding entrees & drinks). *Expires January 15, 2013 $10 Lunch Specials Free can of soft drink with any chicken, pork or beef meal. *Expires January 15, 2013 Pick up takeaways & get 10% Off Free delivery (minimum $40 order) Cash or Eftpos THAI RESTAURANT 120272 Festive display A CHRISTMAS light show has started at Eastgate Christian Cen- tre, 5 Ben Lomond Crescent, Pa- kuranga. On December 18-23 from 7-10pm, there is a 20-minute walk- through production suitable for all ages with Jingles the elf, as he explains what Christmas is really about. Free entry. Community programmes HIGHLAND Park and Anchorage Park Community Houses’ pro- grammes include yoga, pilates, knitting, language classes, garden- ing, tai chi, craft and scrabble, to name a few. Give us a call or email and we can send you a full term programme. Phone 534-5584, or email Tina.gunn@aucklandcoun- cil.govt.nz. Craft market BOTANY Town Centre’s craft market, which is held every Satur- day, will be operating in the market square every day until December 24. Come and see the beautiful New Zealand-made products such as jewellery, to the amazing pho- tographed New Zealand scenes framed and on placemats. For en- quiries, phone Dorothy on 274- 3883 or 021-188-8500. Volunteers IMAGINE a world without fac- tory farming. You can help make it happen for animals this Christmas. SAFE’s national street appeal runs on December 21-22. To register to collect, log on to www.SAFE.org. nz, or text Xmas to 4419 to give an immediate $3 donation. Christmas gifts DECEMBER 22, 9am to 1pm, is the time to shop for unique Christmas gifts and souvenirs at Classy Crafts indoor market held inside All Saints Community Centre, 30 Cook Street, Howick. Classy Crafts will not be held during January. Class reunion UXBRIDGE Presbyterian Bible Class reunion is on March 16 at St Andrews Church, Vincent Street, Howick, from 1-5pm. Dinner at a restaurant is an optional extra. The church service is on March 17 at 8.45am. For expressions of interest, contact Margaret Pollock, phone 576-9143 or email the4pollocks@ hotmail.com; or Peter and Eliza- beth Thompson, phone 534-6145, email email@example.com. By REBECCA GARDINER ATHEATRE show raised laughs as well as funds for an organi- sation that provides pallia- tive care to the Counties Manukau community. Sue Mist, of Eastern Beach, hosted a charity session of How- ick Little Theatre’s last production for the year, Ladies For Hire, on November 29. The event attracted a full house and raised more than $2200 for Totara Hospice South Auckland. Sue has a soft spot for the Manurewa-based palliative care facility, which cared for her par- ents Jock and Doris at the end of their lives. “Everyone left the theatre with smiles on their faces,” she told the Times. “A raffe, with 12 draws of donated prizes, netted $360, which combined with ticket sales raised a great total of $2280 towards the hospice.” Before the show, guests sam- pled nibbles and tasted wines from Whitford’s Turanga Creek Organic Vineyard. “A play date at Howick Little Theatre is a very painless and prof- itable way of making money for a worthwhile charity such as hos- pice,” says Sue. “If there had been more seats in the theatre, I could have sold another 20 tickets. “The general consensus from all who attended was that it was such a good night they would support a repeat performance with a differ- ent play in 2013.” The event was a Hospice Angel Project, a new initiative which peo- ple can do their bit for hospice by setting up their own fundraiser. Karen Galvan, fundraising devel- opment co-ordinator for Totara Hospice, says the atmosphere was “buzzing” at the theatre show. “We were absolutely elated,” says Ms Galvan, of Sue’s efforts. “It’s this level of support that really inspires us at hospice to keep going. It just amazes me the lengths people go to support a cause.” She says Totara Hospice has to raise $3 million a year to provide services to the community, so every little bit helps. “If 20 people raised $2000 each, we’d have $40,000. It all adds up and it’s all about awareness. Hos- pice reaches everyone.” For more information on Hos- pice Angel Project, see www.hos- piceangel.co.nz. Hospice benefitting VILLAGE VOICE is a free community notice-board for non-pro t groups. Send notices to firstname.lastname@example.org, fax 271 8073, post to PO Box 259-243 Botany, Auckland 2163 or drop into our o ce at Times House, 50 Stonedon Dr, East Tamaki.
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