Nor West News : November 25th 2010
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There is a men s only zumba class at Kumeu Gym from 6pm to 7pm. Movember aims to change the face of men s health and alter the usual ways that men look after their health. Tutors Nikki Williams and Kelly Hadwin pres- ent the class. Regular zumba participant Andy Edwards says the latin- style dance workout has helped him get fit, motivated and lose weight. If you re afraid of what others might think forget them. I say give it a go and have some fun. Phone: Nikki on 021- 035-5499 or Kelly on 021-377040 or go to movember.zumbanewzea land.com for more infor- mation. Come join the fun wha- nau atmosphere at the Reweti Market on Sunday. This is the final event for the year and features a free hau ora health day by Te Ha Oranga, line dancing, zumba and ki o rahi, a traditional Maori game. There is also a hangi and activities for the children. The market runs from 9am to 3pm at Reweti Marae at 1285 State Highway 16, Waimauku. Stall holders are wel- come. Phone Levia (09) 411-8615 or Kiri (09) 420-8842. A donation of $3595 was given to the Christ- church earthquake ap- peal through a special fund set up for the nor- west community by the Huapai-Kumeu Lions. An afternoon to celebrate the restoration of the Pomona Hall is on December 2. The hall is now on the grounds of the Kumeu Community Centre, 35 Access Rd. Nor-west residents who have an interest in the hall can check out the building, restored by Rodney District Council. The hall was used as a school in the 1870s when a teacher from Hob- sonville rode a horse over the hills and fields to give lessons two days each week, before Taupaki School opened nearby in 1899. The event is from 2pm. Phone Derry 412-9151 or Pauline 412-7243. Registered charities in the nor-west are invited to apply for a $10,000 donation from the Auck- land Airport. Applications close at 4pm tomorrow with 12 grants up for grabs from December 13. Funds have been col- lected from travellers donating unwanted cur- rency at the air port. Go to www.auckland airport.co.nz to enter or for more information. Nor-west residents are invited to the Auckland branch of Evacuees Re- union Association meet- ing on December 4. All evacuees, partners and friends are welcome to the event at St Mark s Church hall, Pakuranga Rd, from 1.30pm. Bring a small plate of Christmas fare and an inexpensive gift to exchange. There will be musical enter- tainment and raffle prizes. Remember your luggage label. Phone Aline 416-5255, Jean 576-9266 or Mary 625-1351.
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