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8 --- Howick and Pakuranga Times, Thursday, January 23, 2014 www.times.co.nz JC Leroux 750ml Lindauer Classic 750ml Jacob's Creek Sparkling 750ml Gunn Est 750ml Whitecliff 750ml Wolf Blass RL Wine 750ml Northwood Sauv Blanc 750ml Canadian Club 1L Jim Beam 1L Grant's 1L Ballantine's 1L Bombay Sapphire 1L Tanqueray 1L Jameson 1L Wild South 750ml Monkey Bay 750ml Yellowtail 750ml Lindemans Bin Range 750ml Fat Bird Range 750ml Little Black Shag Sauv Blanc 750ml Klipdrift 750ml Gordon's 1L Smirnoff 1L MANY MORE WINES UNDER $10 TALK TO US FOR BULK ORDER PRICING COME INSTORE TO SEE OUR FULL RANGE AND EVERYDAY LOW PRICES! $499 each $899 each $3499 each $4299 each $999 each $799 each $299 each Rekorderlig 4.5% Range 1x500ml bottle Rekorderlig 4.5% Range 1x330ml can/bottle 125640 Klipdrift Premium 750ml Richelieu 750ml Jagermeister 700ml $3499 each $3299 each $999 each $399 each Rekorderlig 4.5% Range 1x500ml can SELL YOUR HOME FROM JUST $699 www.homesell.co.nz - Phone 0800 003 001 HIGHLAND PARK / HOWICK WEB ID 10990 11 Cromdale Avenue QUALITY FREESTANDING TOWNHOUSE IN HIGHLAND PARK Call the owner on PH 09 534 6112 OPEN HOME Sat/Sun 2:00-2:45pm (from 26th Jan) Enquiries over $470,000 125972 CORNER AVIEMORE DR & PAKURANGA RD www.highlandparkshoppingcentre.co.nz Mums and babes BOOTCAMP for Mums n Bubs, a new course at Uxbridge, Howick’s creative centre, is to help new mums gain ftness. No two workouts are the same. For full details, see www.uxbridge.org.nz, or phone 535-6467. Zonta Club ZONTA International is an organisa- tion of 30,000 females in 64 countries actively working to advance the sta- tus of women. The Zonta Club of East Auckland meets on the frst Wednesday of each month at Pakuranga Golf Club for a dinner meeting with interesting guest speakers. The next meeting is on February 5. For enquiries, phone Kathy on 521-7143, or see our website www. zonta.org.nz. Support for mothers A MUM’S support group is held on Tuesdays, 10am to noon, at Glenhouse, Glenside Avenue, Pakuranga. Meet, share and support each other through crises and make friends in a positive warm environment. Guest speakers, makeovers, exercise, dance and corre- spondence study. It’s available for self improvement and up-skilling. Babies and toddlers welcome. For more infor- mation, phone Norma-Jean at Masada on 576-5229. Teeing off GOLF coaching for beginners, fve week- ly sessions and a special three-month nine-hole membership (conditions ap- ply) for $180, starts on Tuesday, Febru- ary 11. Ladies at 10am and gents 11am at Howick Golf Club, Musick Point. For bookings and more details, phone An- nette on 535-1001. Dog training BE A proud owner by teaching your puppy or dog how to behave. Walk without pulling, come on command, wait and stay, no jumping and able to socialise with other dogs without it be- ing a problem. Learn from an instructor with more than 30 years’ experience. Training commences soon. For details and enrolments, see www.shortcours- esandworkshops.co.nz, or phone Edge- water College on 576-4731. Scottish dancing FOR fun, ftness and friendship, take up Scottish Country Dancing. A four-week beginner’s course starts on February 5, 7.30-9pm, at Howick Primary School hall, Willoughby Avenue. Neither part- ner nor experience needed, but wear soft-soled shoes. Regular dance nights continue from March 5. All welcome. Phone Jean on 021-684-447 or Barbara on 576-9434, after 5pm. Community activities A RANGE of community activities that include gardening, English conversation, yoga, craft groups, free MIT language classes, ESOL class, family planning clin- ic, tai chi class, Mandarin for beginners and many others are held at Highland Park Community House, 47 Aviemore Drive. It costs $3 per class. For more in- formation, phone 534-5584. Enjoy singing? WE ARE a long established ladies’ sing- ing group looking for new members. If you love singing and have time to sing out on one day each week, usually Tuesday, for seniors’ social groups, rest homes and retirement villages in the Howick Pakuranga area and a little fur- ther afeld, phone Maureen on 576-9611 or Raewyn on 263-6632. Personal styling EVENING classes are starting soon for personal style courses at Edgewater Col- lege that include 114 outfts from 13 gar- ments, body shape and colours, make- up for the over 40s and more. For details and enrolments, phone 576-4731. Tramping club HOWICK Tramping Club meets at 7.30pm on the second Tuesday of each month in the meeting room below How- ick Bridge Clubrooms, Howick Commu- nity Centre, Pakuranga Road. Visitors welcome. Phone Lesley on 534-5678. Get set SPECIAL needs young teens and adults embark on trimester vocational develop- ment programmes starting in February and courses run for six to eight weeks. Enrolment is open. Phone Norma-Jean at Get Set on 576-5229. ALL ABOARD: A view of the commuter platforms and some of the hundreds of people who inspected the new Panmure Train Station during its open day last Saturday. Photo supplied / Auckland Transport VILLAGE VOICE is a free community notice-board for non-pro t groups. 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