Rodney Times : December 9th 2010
9 RODNEY TIMES, DECEMBER 9, 2010 NEWS Public Notice An announcement from Brian Smith, Hibiscus Coast Thank you to you all Kindest regards Brian Smith 3351276AA From 01/01/11 Hibiscus Coast Supply Services Ltd (Trading as Hibiscus Tanks) will be under new management and will trade as Hibiscus Tanks Ltd Sadly, due to illness, Brian is unable to continue the operation of his business and has made the decision to pass the baton on to former employee of 14 years, Leon Wech. The decision for Brian was not an easy one but he has absolute confidence in Leon's abilities to run the company as efficiently as Brian himself has done for over 42 years. Brian passes on his heart felt thanks to everyone who has loyally supported him or the business since 1968. The long list of wonderful clients, services, professionals and staff is much too long to mention individually but Brian has appreciated each and every one of you. It is Brian's wish that this support continue for Leon and he wishes Leon well and good luck for the future. Lastly, Brian reminds you that summer's are becoming hotter and drier. Drought conditions are becoming more frequent and water is becoming a precious resource and we must conserve as much as we can. By ensuring you have a Hibiscus Tank (or 2) on your property, you will be guaranteed to harvest free, fresh, natural water to store for future use. Be ready for when the rain comes............. eventually. Care without compromise Christmas Bookings Limited bookings available for Christmas in our newly renovated kennels. For more information PH 09 810 8612 103 Bethells Rd, Henderson Web: www.teamokennels.co.nz 3351025AA Christmas Offer from TradeSkills 50% Off Installation cost Order your Showerdome through TradeSkills between now and Dec 24 And pay only half the normal installation fee. Save $67.50 !!!!! Take advantage of this great offer to minimise steam, wet walls and wet ceilings in your bathroom. Offer ends December 24 2010 Call us today 476 3612 See our website for more w ww.tradeskills.net.nz 3352301AA Showerdome High flyers from around the schools By MICHELE ONG High scorers: Mahurangi College dux and head girl Stephanie Baddock, left, with proxime accessit Zachary Shilston. Stephanie won a total of six scholarships and three awards -- one for best all- rounder, and two for excellences in science and mathematics. Stephanie's also the school's sportswoman of the year, a title she shares with schoolmate Kirsty Weatherall. Top too: Rodney College proxime accessit Jessica Hatton came second in mathematics with statistics and first in biology. Top student: Rodney College dux Harriet Pengelly who was also the school's head girl. Harriet was also one of the 10 recipients of Rodney District Council scholarships, worth $2000. Double achievers: Kaipara College's head girl and dux Charlotte Clouston, right, with proxime accessit Courtney Grundy. Charlotte won a University of Auckland scholarship and Courtney was one of the 10 students awarded a Rodney District Council $ Flying colours: Otamatea High School dux Danielle Baines hopes to pursue a bachelor of speech and language therapy at either Canterbury or Massey University. Danielle's taken lessons on how to fly a plane and flew solo just after her 16th birthday. Science pursuit: Otamatea High School's proxime accessit Dominique Squires-Newby plans on pursuing a bachelor of science at the University of Auckland, looking to major in biology and chemistry. She hopes to go into biochemistry research after completing her undergraduate degree. Secondary school achievers have been honoured around the region. Top academic and sports students were recognised at the many prizegiving ceremonies to end the school year. Here's a selection of academic high flyers from the area.
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