Rodney Times : December 2nd 2010
7 RODNEY TIMES, DECEMBER 2, 2010 NEWS OFFAL HOLES from Henderson to Far North Phone Wal's Holes 09 437 3936 or 021 932 225 www.walsholes.co.nz For prompt service, call us today! www.walsholes.co.nz Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Base price $180.00 For up to 25,000L Tank (5,000 gal) Discount for bulk lots & Gold Card Holders Payment options available as at September 2010 3271564AA from Henderson to Far North HAVING PROBLEMS WITH YOUR NEIGHBOUR? Involved in a conflict over pets, trees, boundaries, noise, privacy or rubbish? WE COULD HELP Greenstone Pictures is making a TV series tackling disputes between neighbours. Even where previous negotiations have failed we will attempt to find a solution using our experts. CONTACT: Katrina Inkster PH: 09 623 7731 TXT: 0212034325 EMAIL: email@example.com Catching up: Three old-timers at Saturday's 150th anniversary lunch. Cooling off: Children enjoy the Kaukapakapa fire brigade water slide. Photos: JILL GUILLEMIN Fun in the sun at 150th anniversary Cake cutters: Left, long- time Kaukapakapa residents Guy Shanks and Hazel Bowdler, nee Drinnan, cut the anniversary cake. Sack racing: Below, hard charging at Sinclair Park. Tied up: Three-legged fun at the district picnic. Pioneer style: Celebrations instigator Isla Willis dressed up for the occasion. Hundreds of people celebrated Kaukapakapa's 150th anniver- sary during a sunny weekend. A mix n' mingle informal even- ing brought settlers' descendants together with newcomers to start celebrations on Friday. A lunch for past and present members on Saturday at the Kaukapakapa Hall was booked out. It featured a tableau of settler families and their lives in Kaukapakapa. Many also turned out for Sunday church services, parades and a district picnic with tra- ditional games at Sinclair Park The sun shone for us and people came from many parts of New Zealand to support the week- end,'' celebrations instigator Isla Willis says. From start to finish we had fun, and I would like to thank the sponsors who were so generous with their donations and the volunteers for all their time and effort.'' The highlights were many. It was also the first opportunity to see a video presentation of Alan Jordan's photographic collection which is now being updated with images from the weekend. Any proceeds from the weekend were initially destined for the Helensville Museum. But after the Pike River mining disaster, organisers agreed to make an additional donation to the disaster fund from raffles on Friday and Saturday.
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