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2 --- Howick and Pakuranga Times, Thursday, July 18, 2013 www.times.co.nz NEW Attitude NEW Management NEW Owner "The Terraces" Wellington St | Howick Phone 535 9554 | email@example.com 123034 Howick Funeral Home CHAPEL • RECEPTION LOUNGE • OFFICE For personal, professional service to all districts at all hours 117937-V3 35 Wellington St Howick Ph 534 7300 Vernon Warren M.B.I.E., N.Z.E.A. Michael Rowe C.A. Best of Fresh for Less Dannemora 345 Chapel Road Pakuranga 290 Ti Rakau Dr Botany 280 Botany Rd Howick 219 Moore St HPT18/7 Normal opening hours 7.30am to 6.30pm -- All specials available until closing time Sun 21 July or while stock lasts www.fruitworld.co.nz Visit our website and check out the recipe page for some delicious dishes for all occasions www.fruitworld.co.nz Hothouse Large Eggplants $2.99ea White Button Mushrooms $2.99tray Green & Red Seedless Grapes $5.99kg Navel Oranges $1.99kg Bonita Bananas $1.99kg Round Beans $1.99bag Agria Potatoes $4.99bag 1½kg AUS 300g Ecuador AUS Mexico 250g Braeburn & Granny Smith Apples $1.99bag 3kg 120010-V28 Want to play a part? Explore joining or make a bequest/donation www.howickrotary.org.nz Ring Rob 534 1337 115607 QUICK PUZZLE NO. 7615 ACROSS 7. In-between (12) 8. Festival (6) 9. Halt (6) 10. Testy (7) 12. Spiteful (5) 15. Answer (5) 16. West Indian music (7) 18. Dexterous (6) 20. Certainly (6) 22. Good spirits (12) DOWN 1. Close (8) 2. Sediment (4) 3. Deadlock (7) 4. Perfect (5) 5. Guarantee (8) 6. Disorder (4) 11. Garment (8) 13. Scatter (8) 14. Weariness (7) 17. Commence (5) 19. Fish (4) 21. Native of Denmark (4) QUICK PUZZLE NO. 7614 - SOLUTIONS Across - 6, Concentrate. 7, Gale. 8, Tricycle. 9, Stroke. 10, Entire. 12, Ardent. 15, Direct. 17, Uppercut. 19, Aria. 20, Everlasting. Down - 1, Antelope. 2, Beetle. 3, Stride. 4, Hazy. 5, Teller. 6, Chart. 11, Terrapin. 13, Rapier. 14, Tickle. 15, Detest. 16, Cling. 18, Even. Live day HOWICK Historical Village comes alive this Sunday with tools, toys, crafts and games of Victorian times available for your enjoyment; pipe-making, cooking and more. Open from 11am to 3pm. Normal admission applies. For information and enquiries, phone 576-9506, or see www.fencible.org.nz. Garage sale DANCE Xpress holds a garage sale in Ow- airoa Primary School hall this Sunday from 7am as a fundraiser for the Brat Pack troupe representing New Zealand at the world hip- hop dance champs in Las Vegas. Flower workshops HOWICK Floral Circle hosts workshops this weekend at Howick Bowling Club, Selwyn Road. Tutors are Linda Barnett and Ann O’Donoghue. The cost for each day is $100, including all materials, lunch and morning and afternoon teas. For more details, phone Sue on 535-4593. Talking Point JOHN Hawkes presents “Excerpts from Paradise Squandered New Zealand” at Pa- kuranga Library on July 24 at 10.30am, with tea and coffee at 10.15am. A key component of this presentation will cover brilliant New Zealanders who have fown below the radar. Mr Hawkes draws on his diverse life experi- ences to explain how we might beneft from the paradise we’ve been gifted. For enquir- ies, phone the library on 576-5269. Learning solutions WHEN the root cause of a learning diffculty is corrected we can focus on the dyslexic’s natural talents to help them learn. Positively Dyslexia has programmes for children and adults. For a free discussion on dyslexia and how it affects learning, phone Cherone on 532-9919, or see www.positivelydyslexic. co.nz. Icing the cake EDGEWATER Community Education offers a variety of cake decorating courses from the new trend of cake pops to cupcakes and tra- ditional. Courses start soon. To enrol, go to www.shortcoursesandworkshops.co.nz. Songs for You THE next concert is at Harlequin Theatre, behind Howick Community Centre, 563 Pa- kuranga Road, on July 25 at 1.30pm. Admis- sion $5, includes cuppa and biscuits. Door sales, or for reservations, phone Dayle on 576-7311. Rotary on Mondays THE Rotary Club of Botany East Tamaki meets on Monday nights at Celsius Gas- tro Bar, corner of Te Irirangi Drive and Ormiston Road, Botany Junction, for 6.30pm start. Come and get to know us, we’re from a broad range of management and business ownership backgrounds. Whether you’re a veteran volunteer or new to community serv- ice, we’re looking for people like you. Phone Dyann on 021-535-682, or email rcbotany@ gmail.com. Garden club FLAT Bush Garden Club is going to the mov- ies on July 24, 7.30pm at Monterey Theatre, Howick. For enquiries, phone Jill on 533- 7947 or Pat on 250-1447. Country and Western EASTERN Districts Country Music Club meets on July 24 at Bucklands Beach Hall, Wharf Road, from 7.30-10pm. Come along and listen to our singers or have a go your- self. There’s a $4 door charge for non-mem- bers. Phone Kevin on 534-5509. Start toasting DO YOU have to speak at an anniversary, wedding, birthday or farewell? Are your speaking skills restricting your career? Pa- kuranga Toastmasters meets fortnightly for friendly training in a supportive environ- ment. The next meeting is on July 22. For further information, phone Andrew on 528- 8554 or Alun on 576-5597, or email pakuran- firstname.lastname@example.org. Making plans for Nigel SHELLY Park School presents an evening with Nigel Latta, parenting the up-to-10s, on August 15. Doors open at 7pm, with the pres- entation starting at 8pm at Pakuranga United Rugby Club, 63 Bells Road, Lloyd Elsmore Park. Tickets cost $30. All proceeds go to Shelly Park School. For tickets, email fund- email@example.com. Bargains galore THE Saint Columba Church Op Shop, at 480 Ti Rakau Drive, Botany Downs, has a big range of quality stock, clothing, bedding and household items for the family. New specials each week. The shop is open Wednesday to Friday, 9am-12.30pm. E-waste collection UNWANTED computer equipment can be disposed of for free this Saturday. A drive-in e-waste collection is being held at Eastview Baptist Church, 559 Chapel Road, Botany, from 9am-3pm. Old computers, monitors, printers, scanners, mobile phones, tele- phones and more can be disposed of. Not ac- cepted are used refrigerators, televisions and non-vehicle batteries. COLLECTING: Dance Xpress, of Pakuranga, holds a garage sale this Sunday morning at Owairoa Primary School in Howick to fundraise for its Brat Pack crew that competes at the upcoming world hip-hop dance champs. Photo supplied 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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