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12 — Howick and Pakuranga Times, Thursday, June 19, 2014 www.times.co.nz 103091-V71 120113 Kelly Flavell Law Conveyancing 18 Uxbridge Rd, Howick. PO Box 39056, Howick, Auckland 2145 t: 09 535 2150 f: 09 535 2151 web:kellyflavell.co.nz The fees shown are indicative for straightforward personal housing transactions from the point of receipt of your signed agreement from your land agent to the date designated for settlement. Fees, disbursements and any additional costs are payable not later than the day of settlement. Buying from $ 1,166.35 Buying from $1,003.15 Selling from $ 942.00 Selling from $ 703.30 WITH MORTGAGE WITHOUT MORTGAGE Refinancing from $540.25 Cancer, and cancer treatment, has many impacts. One that can be very hard to bear is the toll it takes on appearance. At Look Good Feel Better we’ve been supporting women, men and teens with cancer for over 25 years. Our workshops help people with cancer improve the way they look, letting them face the world with more confidence, strength and positivity. The support we give is free to anyone with any cancer, and extends right across New Zealand. We rely entirely on donations, the generosity of the cosmetics industry and the work of volunteers to keep going. By donating to Look Good Feel Better you help bring smiles to faces that have had little to smile about. And every dollar goes directly to running the workshops. Please visit our website or find us on Facebook to contribute. www.lgfb.co.nz LookGoodFeelBetterNZ Cancer, and cancer treatment, has many impacts. One that can be very hard to bear is the toll it takes on appearance. At Look Good Feel Better we’ve been supporting women, men and teens with cancer for over 25 years. Our workshops help people with cancer improve the way they look, letting them face the world with more confidence, strength and positivity. The support we give is free to anyone with any cancer, and extends right across New Zealand. We rely entirely on donations, the generosity of the cosmetics industry and the work of volunteers to keep going. By donating to Look Good Feel Better you help bring smiles to faces that have had little to smile about. And every dollar goes directly to running the workshops. Please visit our website or find us on Facebook to contribute. www.lgfb.co.nz LookGoodFeelBetterNZ Market by the park SUMMERSET by the Park is hold- ing a market on June 19, 10am- 2pm, at 7 Flat Bush School Road, main building, level one. Available will be rainbow beads, classy jewel- lery, laser engraving, quality hand- made arts and crafts, educational books and toys, preservatives and music. Visit Cafe Divine for coffee and lunches. For more information, phone 272-3950. Playgroup TAKE Five meets every second Friday, 10am-noon, at the Picton Centre, 120 Picton Street, How- ick. Take Five Playgroup is held in a nearby room for children, while mums attend their programme. Coffee and morning tea provided, new mums always welcome. For this Friday, learn to knit and make a beanie. For more information, phone Bronwyn on 532-9240. Green fingers FLAT Bush Garden Club meets on June 25 at 7.30pm at St Paul’s Church Hall, Chapel Road. Guest speaker is Mark Mortimer on growing bamboo and its uses. Raf- fle, trade table and supper, all wel- come. Phone Jill on 533-7947 or Pat on 250-1447. Travel buddies DO YOU no longer have a partner yet are still keen on travel? This travel group has its main goal to avoid the high single-supplement charges and introduce like-minded people to seek compatibility, with the common goal of becoming travel buddies. You’re welcome to attend our meeting on June 22 at 11.30am for a social drink and chat on travel before lunch at 12.30pm at Bucklands Beach Yacht Club, Ara- Tai Road, Half Moon Bay. Phone Robin on 535-4050. New members welcome. Friendship Force THE Friendship Force brings peo- ple of all backgrounds together through worldwide home hosting. In October, Auckland is the venue for the international conference of The Friendship Force, hosting overseas delegates. Next March, the Howick Club hosts the Saska- toon Club from Canada. For enquir- ies, phone Judy on 534-8080. St John LEARN about the services the Order of St John provides to the community and how they can help you and organisations, on June 23, 10-11am at Haseler Hall, corner Selwyn Road and The Glebe, How- ick. Free for members, $10 for non- members. For more information, phone MECOSS on 533-3685, or email email@example.com. Op shop sale FILL a bag during the sale of children’s clothes and linen at St Columba Op Shop from June 25. Available also are men’s suits, jack- ets, coats and more at reasonable prices, Wednesday to Friday, 9am- 12.30pm, at 480 Ti Rakau Drive. Get pickin’ BLUEGRASS banjo pickers who want to learn the instrument or wish to advance their playing skills should come to a five-string banjo workshop on June 28, from 12.30pm at Tom Kroon’s Music- Works in Rices Mall, Howick. All welcome. Cost $15. To book or for more information, phone Graeme on 536-4188 or 027-671-6004. Annual meeting MANUKAU East Council of Social Services (MECOSS) holds its annual general meeting on June 26, 2-4pm, at Botany Library. For more details, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Naturally rejuvenate T’AI chi exercise for the 60-plus is held at the Uxbridge Centre, How- ick, on June 24, 1-2pm. Gold coin entry for the one-off session. Phone 535-6467. Floral art PAPATOETOE Garden and Floral Art Society meets in the Wesley Methodist Church Hall on June 24 at 7.30pm. A floral art demonstra- tion is presented by Robyn Brown. Floral art and cut flowers display, trading table and supper. Visitors and new members welcome. Phone Rosemary on 278-2223. Female fellowship SHARE a cuppa, friendship and encouragement at Dove Catholic Fellowship for Women. The next meeting is on June 24, 7.30pm at St Anne’s Parish Hall, Manurewa. All welcome. For more information, phone Grace on 577-3479. Glenhouse Society THE Glenhouse Society’s annual general meeting is on June 23 from 7.30pm at Glenhouse Community Hall, Glenside Avenue, Pakuranga. All welcome. Phone Christine on 576-9552. Film screening THE film Katyn screens at Polish Heritage Trust Museum, 125 Elliot Street, Howick, on June 22 at 2pm. It’s about the 1940 Katyn massacre, directed by Andrzej Wajda, and was nominated for best foreign lan- guage film at the Academy Awards. Entry is by donation, all welcome. Phone 533-3530. While every effort is made to run the notices, volume and space restrictions may mean events will not run. Where publication of a notice is time-critical, groups should consider paying for a classified advertisement to ensure placement. 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