Rodney Times : January 13th 2011
10 RODNEY TIMES, JANUARY 13, 2011 NEWS 3393467 JANUARY 15-16 KUMEU SHOWGROUNDS, WEST AUCKLAND $15 adults, kids under 12 free Saturday: 7.00am - 6.00pm, Sunday: 8.00am - 5.00pm TRADE & PROMOTIONAL STANDS SWAP SITES INDOOR & OUTDOOR CAR DISPLAYS FOOD HALL - BANDS- FREE PARKING FULLY LICENSED BAR - NO DOGS For more information please phone (09) 420 7548, Fax (09) 420 7547 17th National 7AF GULF GULF HARBOUR HARBOUR COUNTRY COUNTRY CLUB CLUB PLAY GOLF AT AUCKLANDS PREMIER GOLF COURSE www.gulfharbourcountryclub.co.nz Phone 09 428-1380 or Visit The Pro Shop Open 7:30am - 6:00pm Green Fees - 18 holes : NZ Affiliated Rate $ 75.00 To book Lessons / Coaching with a Pro For quality Golf Merchandise - clubs, shirts, shorts, caps EVERYONE IS WELCOME 7 DAYS A WEEK Visit The SANDTRAP CAFE at Gulf Harbour Country Club For Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch or Afternoon Tea Great Coffee and Fully Licensed Open daily 8:30am - 6:00pm A lovely environment to relax and enjoy regardless of whether or not you play golf! 2 3289818AB Ph: 09 425 0235, 0800 425 800 3 Glenmore Drive, Warkworth PAINTING PROJECT? We have the gear & advice to help you: Large paint range Range of accessories (rollers etc) Plaster & plastering tools Mobile scaffold & airless sprayer for hire Hair, hair for shaven Logan Last goodbye: Logan forlornly clutches his last lock but is pleased to have raised $605 for CanTeen. Logan's locks: Logan King cultivated the long look for four years. Shear numbers: The bidding soared once those at Sandspit Holiday Park could get their hands on the clippers. Park owner Jared Morrison has a go, watched by hairdresser Melissa Nightingale. After four years of grow- ing his hair long Logan King decided it was time for a cut. His mum suggested the 16-year-old should raise funds for charity. So many staying at the Sandspit Holiday Park watched as Logan s long locks underwent a public cutting, raising $605 for CanTeen. Logan and his friends walked around the camp sharing their plan and initially raised $120. During the haircut he was asked how much for a number 1 and another $100 was raised within minutes. Once the electric clippers were out people started bidding to have a go, which added to the total. Logan chose to back CanTeen because his father s niece was diag- nosed with leukaemia aged two and had treat- ment and support through CanTeen. She is now 24. CanTeen is the New Zealand organisation supporting young people living with cancer.
January 11th 2011
January 18th 2011