Rodney Times : January 25th 2010
8 RODNEY TIMES, JANUARY 25, 2011 NEWS 422 Mt E . Ph: 09 632 1034 136 Gr E t Gr . Ph: 09 531 5369 254 P P . Ph: 09 360 5557 133-135 Ap r Av St J h . Ph: 09 521 1115 2 M t k V M t k . Ph: 09 422 9534 Prices apply from 7am Tuesday 25 January 2011 to midnight Monday 31 January 2011 and available while stocks last. Weather and Catch permitting. Trade not supplied. Product range may vary between stores. Liquor offers available at Mt Eden and Greenlane stores only. Flower offers not available at Matakana store. We reser ve the right to limit quantities. Specials can not be used in conjunction with any other offer. NZ N w S Sw tc r This sausage was awarded the best sausage in New Zealand 2007 at the national sausage awards!... Handmade in our Glen Innes store and exclusive to Nosh Turks Corn Fed Chicken delivers superior colour and taste. New Season New Zealand Sweetcorn. K Br Squ r 1kg This NZ made Brie is ideal for Summer season entertainment. 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Visit www.helens villelions.org.nz under Community Projects -- Directory, or contact project manager Matt Hampton on 027-221- 3226 for information. Beach dash a big success Big turnout: The Orewa Beach Dash for Cash saw families turn up with their children on prams and bikes, and many also brought their dogs. More than 300 people dashed the length of Orewa beach on January 15. That didn't include the many babies in buggies. And plenty of dogs on leads enjoyed the trot too. The Orewa Beach Dash for Cash had a colourful looking field, organiser and Orewa Events founder Laraine Chase says. The weather was stunning. We're thrilled with the numbers and stoked people embraced the fact they didn't have to simply walk or run it -- that there were other options.'' The kids on bikes and prams and the doggies made it such a family affair.'' She says it was exactly what organisers had envisioned the event to be. Participants trekked 6km from the Orewa Surf Club along the beachfront before finishing the dash back at the club. The walk/run supports a dif- ferent charity each year. A dol- lar from every entry went to the Orewa Sea Scouts this time. They were very happy with the exposure and in fact, picked up some new members and a new scout leader too, I believe,'' Laraine says. She expects the event to con- tinue to grow in popularity. We'd like to thank our local sponsors, and a special thank you to the Orewa Surf Club who kindly let us use their power, and to everyone else involved,'' she says. The next run is the Orewa Beach Half Marathon on April 17. Entry forms are available from Rodney Engraving at 25 Centreway Rd, Orewa. Visit www.orewabeachhalf marathon.com for information. More services wanted for after-school sports The Sport Gulf Harbour Chari- table Trust, which provides after-school sports activities for more than 200 children on the Hibiscus Coast, is looking at new opportunities to expand its services. Jennie Langridge, the trust's secretary and acting chairwoman, says the group is talking to the Manly Tennis Club and Whangaparaoa Golf Club about using their facili- ties. Mrs Langridge says the trust's young tennis players use Gulf Harbour School and Wentworth Primary School courts, but the coach is about to move overseas. So the plan now is to join with Manly, a move which Mrs Langridge believes will enable the trust to open up tennis to a much wider age group. This year the trust also hopes to cement its relationship with Whangaparaoa Golf Club. We have been invited to share their clubrooms and enjoy the meals they have to offer,'' she says. When a group of parents launched the trust two years ago it offered only netball and basketball. Today those remain the most popular sports, with children playing in 15 basket- ball teams and about a dozen netball teams. The list of after- school sports being offered to children, aged 4 to 18, has expanded to include soccer, ski- ing, tennis, golf, running, and the martial art of kaido.
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