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8 --- Howick and Pakuranga Times, Monday, February 25, 2013 www.times.co.nz 118844 Man has advertised since time began Long before there were newspapers, there were advertisers. Advertising provides vital information about the things people need and want and the Howick and Pakuranga Times tells you where the bargains are, what sales are coming up and why to choose one store over another. It lets you make your initial choice from the comfort of your own home – in your own time. Classifed advertising brings together buyers and sellers ... whether it’s for cars, boats, homes, furniture or pets. Classifed ads will help you fnd a job, rent a fat or track down a tradesman. Place an advert today or visit the classifed section to fnd what you are looking for. Get the most for your money from your local paper which supports your local community. To discuss how the Times can work for you phone now on 271 8029. Ph 271 8000, Fax 271 8070 www.times.co.nz THE WOMEN'S GUIDE TO EVERYTHING! Tax Time 2013 Advertise your business in in our Tax feature in March ✆ 271 8068 VILLAGE VOICE is a free community notice-board for non-pro t groups. Send notices to paulinew@ times.co.nz, 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. Money watchers A FREE two-hour workshop, simple tips to bring money under control, is at St Mark’s Parish Centre, 334 Pakuranga Road, on February 26, 10am to noon. All welcome. Phone 576-7959. Ukulele and guitar LEARN to play the ukulele and guitar. The course starts this week and is suit- able for beginners and those with little experience, maximum of 10 participants in each course. For details, phone Edge- water College on 576-4731. Talking Point JENNIFER Kerr from the Kaipatiki Project is presenting “create your own Eden”, a session covering bokashi, worm farming and conventional composting methods, at Pakuranga Library on Feb- ruary 27, 10.30-11.30am. Tea and coffee served at 10.15am. All welcome. Glowing east EAST Auckland Aglow meetings are held on the last Wednesday of each month of the school terms, with the next meeting on February 27 at Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts, 13 Reeves Road, Pakuranga, at 9.30am. Come along and listen to the speakers, be refreshed and uplifted. Bring a friend as everyone is welcome. Phone Laraine on 537-4070. Going potty TOILET training made easier – Auckland East Parents Centre invites you to a ses- sion exploring toilet training on Febru- ary 27, 7pm at Keall House, 31 Uxbridge Road, Howick. $20 single or $30 couples, bookings essential. Phone 537-0560. Trampoline classes IF YOU’RE looking for a healthy, excit- ing activity in a fun-flled, family-orien- tated environment, then join us at Icon Trampoline Club, NZ’s longest stand- ing trampoline club. Trampoline is a low impact, self-regulating activity that works the whole body, all ability levels and for all age groups, from four years to adults. Phone Leo on 256-0433. Age Concern NAVIGATING the health system – Age Concern Counties Manukau is hold- ing a series of seminars in Papatoetoe. This pilot programme will cover what services are available to support you in retirement years. This month we look at retirement village living: Is it for you? A guest speaker will answer questions af- ter their presentation on February 28 at St John’s Community Centre, 120 Great South Road, Papatoetoe, 10am to noon. Morning tea included. No entry fee, but donations are gratefully received. Book- ings essential, phone 279-4331 ext 800. Heart problems THE CARDIAC Club affliated to the Heart Foundation offers support, reha- bilitation and guidance towards preven- tion at the Nixon Centre, Sale Street, Howick, on Thursdays at 10am. Phone Joyce on 537-0036 or Ailsa on 534-7345. Palaver START the day the Palaver Way. Net- work with local businesswomen at a thought-provoking and informative breakfast on February 27 at 7am. Ben- eft from messages that come through dreams from Glenn and Delwyn, dream analysis specialists and teachers. Email: email@example.com for details. Community day JOIN the staff of Willow Park Chris- tian Camp for an afternoon flled with fun. Plenty of activities for children and adults – mini-golf challenge, four-wheel bikes, swing trolleys, scooters, wobbly bikes, sausage sizzle, face-painting com- petitions and more. Celebrate Children’s Day, March 3, 3-5pm, at 1 Hostel Access Road, Eastern Beach. Phone 534-9640. Computer matters SENIORNET’S next meeting is on March 1, 10am at St Andrew’s Church, corner Ridge Road and Vincent Street, Howick. The main speaker is Brian Erikson on all computer matters. Mem- bers and visitors welcome. Phone Tricia on 533-5983 or Warren on 534-3482.
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