Rodney Times : February 3rd 2011
WELCOME TO WELLSFORD Meet & Greet Barbacue & Coffee Sunday 13th February @ 5.00 p.m. Games - Food - Fun for all the family. An optional gold coin donation Wellsford Church of Christ Rodney Street Warkworth Music Society ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the above incorporated Society will be held on Thursday 24th February at 7.30pm at Totara Park Community Lounge, Warkworth Find out more: phone 09 355 3553 or visit www.aucklandtransport.govt.nz Temporary Road Closure Centreway Road (from Loop Road to Weiti Road) will be closed on Sunday, 6 February between 7.30am and 3pm for The Real Women's Duathlon Event. During the period of road closure there will be appropriate signage and marshalls in place. Any further information can be obtained from the Auckland Council Events Facilitator, Sharon Martin on 09 4273461. Public Notices AIRPORT SHUTTLE To from Hibiscus Coast Phone Peter & Mary (09)426-7739 Alpha Airport Shuttles BINGO Starting again Monday 7th Masonic Lodge Rooms above carpark Baxter Street WW 7pm Enquires: Ph 425 8482 Public Notices Orewa Gymnastics Club Inc Enrolment Night Monday 7th February at 7pm Orewa Community Hall Classes start Monday 14th February 5-6yr girls & boys 4-5pm 7-8yr girls & boys 5-6pm 9&overgirls&boys6- 7.30pm Term 1 fees to be paid on enrolment Wellsford Drama Club AUDITIONS for SOCIAL CLIMBERS' 6 women - age range 22-65 Sun 6th Feb, 2pm Wellsford Drama Clubrooms Community Centre Wellsford Ph. Maureen 431 5533 Public Notices Sale of Liquor Act 1989 Section 31(3) Trebuchet Ltd, 137 Parkhurst Road, Grocery, has made application to the District Licensing Agency at Rodney for the grant of an Off Licence in respect of the premises situated at 137 Parkhurst Rd, and known as Parakai 4 Square & Lotto. The general nature of the business to be conducted under the licence is Grocery. The days on which and the hours during which liquor is currently sold under the licence are Monday to Sunday 6am-11am. The application may be inspected during ordinary office hours at the offices of the Rodney- Helensville District Licensing Agency. Any person who is entitled to object and who wishes to object to the grant of the application may, not later than 10 working days after the date of the first publication of this notice, file a notice in writing of the objection with the Secretary of the District Licensing Agency at Rodney. This is the first publication of this notice. 2883235AA ADVERTISING TERMS AND CONDITIONS 1. In accepting an advertisement for publication we rely on the advertiser's express warranty, the truth of which is essential: a. 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THANK YOU The Silverdale District Volunteer Fire & Emergency Services (Inc) Wishes to thank the public and the following organisations and companies for their support in raising the finance to supply the Silverdale Volunteer Fire Brigade with a new support vehicle valued at $80,000 The Trusts Charitable Foundation (Inc) Transfield Services NZ Ltd New Zealand Fire Service Bayes Coachlines Ltd New World Supermarket Orewa Paramount Engineering Ltd The Pioneer Restaurant Northpine Ltd Opie Contractors Ltd Whangaparaoa Earthmovers Ltd Hiway Stabilizers NZ Ltd Delamore Support Services Ltd. STALL HOLDERS WANTED Quality produce, art & crafts, specialty foods etc. NEXT MARKET 20th February Kumeu Showgrounds Enquiries call: Courtney Wood 027 6880818 or 412 9903 Please leave a message www.kumeucountrymarket.co.nz In Memoriam BROWN, JACQUELINE Rose. (Jacky) Lest us 1 yr ago. On the 2nd of February 2010. Like the relentless crash of the waves. Memories are forever. Sadly missed. Maude Brown & Family. Public Notices STALLHOLDERS Wanted Quality Goods Saturdays 5, 12 & 19 Feb (then fortnightly) 9am-1pm 368 HBC Highway, Orewa Annamaria 021 145 0640 firstname.lastname@example.org Public Notices Velodrome bid backed Auckland Council is backing a bid to build a world-class, national Cycling Centre of Excel- lence and Indoor Velodrome in Waitakere. The $10 million coun- cil funding is part of a joint venture approach to create a world-class facility for all Auck- landers. The council s support of this project shows that we are a progressive city and that we are firmly committed to making Auckland a world-class destination, mayor Len Brown says. The centre aims to encourage participation in sport and will link into recreation and activity programmes for young people across the region. This facility will offer more choice -- in one place -- than any other facility in New Zealand. Shield winners: The winning Auckland golf croquet team, from left: Neville Fursdon of Warkworth, Gloria Le Comte of Orewa, Marion Taylor of Warkworth, Kit Jackson of Pt Chevalier, Anne Griffin of Mt Albert, and Hamish McIntosh of Epsom/Remuera. Players top the field at event Warkworth and Districts was very successful at the Upper North Island golf croquet teams event in Auckland during Auckland Anniversary weekend. Neville Fursdon of Warkworth was the top Auckland player in the intermediate grade, win- ning five of his eight singles games and finishing second on countback. He and Gloria Le Comte from Orewa won three of their four games to win the doubles. Marion Taylor of Warkworth was the top Auckland player for the primary grade, winning all but one of her singles to finish first. She and partner Anne Griffin of Mt Albert took out the doubles with three wins from four. Taylor s successes lowered her handicap and she now becomes an intermediate player. The Auckland team won 44 games, winning the shield quite convinc- ingly from Thames Val- ley with 34. At the Upper North Island croquet teams event in Hamilton Wark- worth junior Elizabeth Bridges helped Auckland win with three singles victories out of five. Win a trip to Tahiti at golf tournament A tropical island theme makes for an interesting two-day golf tournament on the Hibiscus Coast on February 10 and 11. Some 60 couples from through the North Island are expected at the Whangaparaoa Golf Club s February Mixed Veterans Tournament. One lucky couple will be flown to Tahiti cour- tesy of Air Tahiti Nui for a four-night stay at the Radisson Hotel complex. Tournament players will be welcomed to the club island style. The Thursday evening island meal will be announced by the tra- ditional Tahitian fire lighting ceremony and conch shell welcome. Tahitian dancers and music will entertain dur- ing the evening. The combined stable- ford competition begins on February 10 at 10am with a two tee start. It resumes on February 11 at 9am. It is sponsored by the Ryman Health Group s Evelyn Page Retirement Village in Orewa, Air Tahiti Nui, Tourism Tahiti and the Radisson Hotel Tahiti. It is aimed at promoting the Hibis- cus Coast as a golf desti- nation. The Whanga- paraoa Golf Club thanks businesses for their sup- port. Email email@example.com. 22 RODNEY TIMES, FEBRUARY 3, 2011 SPORT SCORES & DRAWS BOWLS: Results from the Orewa mixed triples Hibiscus Anniversary Day tournament. R Finlayson, E Edwards, C Roper 1, G Ball, J Ball, D Greenwood 2 , H Lauder, L Hahipene, R Wills 3, I Hardy, N Langwell, G Banks 4, M Taylor, P Revell, R Urbhan 5, D Eades, R Sentch, P Davies 6, K Andrews, P Andrews, T Williams 7, C Henley, D Henley, A Ho 8, J Cameron, O Busch, V Dickie 9, B Catnell, W Jensen, S Jones 10.
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