Nor West News : December 16th 2010
5 NOR-WEST NEWS, DECEMBER 16, 2010 NEWS BARK COMPOST SOIL... LARGEST RANGE LOCAL WE HAVE AKLD'S AND WE ARE OPEN 7 DAYS 3 Spedding Rd Whenuapai Ph 416 6249 Bark & Soil Growing Mediums 3316471AD Beauty Therapy Providing a "Home for the soul" An elegant, warm and welcoming professional Environment which will revitalise, Rebalance and Rejuvenate YOU. Open: Mon-Fri, Sat by Appointment only 14 Matua Road, Huapai Ph: 412 6199 Mob: 021 207 6306 Facials Tinting Packages Massage Manicures Reiki Pedicures Waxing Under 18s Club Reflexology Spray Tan Gift Vouchers Range of Balinese gifts available for Christma s Spiritual Pots, Balinese Art, Herbal Tea Sets, Aromatherapy Candles plus more LAYBY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS 16 SHAMROCK DRIVE KUMEU PH 412 2233 www.hardcoresurf.co.nz 3168405AC surfboards bodyboards sups wetsuits mtn bikes road bikes accessories and repairs A big thankyou to all stallholders and everyone who came along and enjoyed the first Kumeu Country Market. Happy holidays - stay safe www.kumeucountrymarket.co.nz Stallholder enquiries to Courtney Wood Ph 412 9903 or 027 688 0818 NEXT MARKET SUNDAY 23 JANUARY 10AM - 3PM 3161679AC EYE EXAM* ½ PRICE *Discount applies to full adult exam fee Westgate Optometrists, PH: 831-0202 Westgate Shopping Centre, Massey, opposite ANZ Full Exam fee to be paid if taking prescription away *Other conditions apply. Expires 31.01.11 Please bring this ad with you We are open between Christmas and New Year December 29, 30, 31. Closed all statutory days, reopen January 5. Expressions hair and beauty If you enjoy being pampered in a trendy salon environment, but with a friendly welcoming atmosphere then Expressions Hair & Beauty s the ideal place for you. Phone 09 420 7536 or 027 617 8744 167 Parkhurst Rd, Parakai To serve you once is a privilege, to serve you again we are honoured 3170456AM Only bubbles and foam rain on Santa's parade Boys in red: Greg Jonkers and his two-year-old son Danny lead The Tasting Shed's float. Ahoy there: Peter Pan's Neverland theme caught the crowd's attention for the Huapai District School's entry in the Kumeu Rotary Christmas Parade. Mayoral high-five: Auckland mayor Len Brown met parade participants and was a judge of the floats. Supreme winner: Whipping up top prize was the circus-themed Waimauku School float. The only thing raining on the Kumeu Rotary Christmas Parade was refreshing water, bub- bles and foam as families soaked up the fun. More than 70 floats were cheered on by the crowd on the fine day with co-organiser Dale Wallace impressed with the fabulous entries. The annual event included former New Zealand and Warriors league star Stacey Jones starting off the wheel- barrow races and Auck- land mayor Len Brown as one of the float judges. Entry prize-winners: Supreme winner Waimauku School. Waimauku Playcentre, 1, Riverhead School, 2, Pinepac Group, 3, Abundant Life Church, Constellation NZ Ltd, Kumeu Gym, Kumeu Play Centre, Muriwai Junior Volun- teer Lifeguards and Huapai Collectables, highly commended. The Huapai-Kumeu Lions Club raised $1558 for the national talking book project during a col- lection at the parade. The Foundation of the Blind project provides digital machines to replace obsolete cassette units. The community was generous in its support, Lions president Gary Moss says.
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