Nor West News : March 24th 2011
2 NOR-WEST NEWS, MARCH 24, 2011 NEWS Thanks a bunch Does someone you know deserve flowers? FLOWERS & GIFTS Simply different flowers styled with passion and a look that's wild Ph 412 5475 or 021 273 1305 Studio: 121 Access Rd, Kumeu Write a short note telling us why your nominee deserves a reward! Send to the Nor-West News "Thanks a Bunch" PO Box 46, Kumeu or email: email@example.com Please include the nominee's name, address, and phone number. Please also include your details. 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We make all our products with pride, on our premises A Division of Scotts Traditional Meats Business awards now open Businesses in the nor-west are now eligible for this year's Westpac Auckland West Business Awards. The annual event has extended to encompass Hobsonville, Riverhead, Kumeu, Huapai, Waimauku and Woodhill areas. Free to enter, the awards are organised by Auckland Tourism, Events and Econ- omic Development, one of Auckland Council's sub- sidiaries. Entries close on June 10. Auckland mayor Len Brown says the awards recog- nise and celebrate success, encouraging local businesses to prosper while ultimately driving economic growth for the region. I urge local businesses to take this opportunity to high- light their success and that of their business community as a whole through this initiat- ive. This is a great chance to celebrate local people and a local focus,'' Mr Brown says. All sizes of businesses from those with a few or even no staff, through to major organ- isations are welcome. Eight businesses were honoured last year. Visit www.waitakereenter prise.co.nza. Reflection time: This year is a milestone for Kumeu Baptist Church celebrating its 65th anniversary. Church looks to the future COMMUNITY EFFORT From humble beginnings, the church group began in 1946 when some Christians started meeting in Kumeu. Five years later, a building was erected on the current site of the Kumeu Baptist Church in Access Rd. After a concerted effort by residents, the building was ready to be used, free of debt. The land was donated by Kumeu resident Mrs Boord with others donating trees to be used as timber. Many people offered their skills in construction to help complete the job. Members of the Kumeu Baptist Church celebrate their 65th anniversary this year, with future plans of growth looming. Senior pastor Graham Ng says this is an important time as the current congregation remembers the values and actions of their predecessors. But it is also time for the church to move ahead with the next stage in its development,'' he says. The church has a vacant sec- tion on State Highway 16 and plans to construct a modern purpose-built facility to expand the scope of its activi- ties. A gala this Saturday will be held at the Kumeu Showgrounds, Access Rd, from 10am to 3pm, to help pay off the mortgage on the vacant section. What will 2046 be like? Will there be a motorway through to Helensville? Will there be large urban areas in Kumeu/Huapai and Waimauku? We are working towards a thriving church in Kumeu, working to support strong families and communi- ties from a purpose-built and modern facility,'' Mr Ng says. Over the years, the church building facilities in Access Rd have been used for a wide var- iety of activities. Youth work has been an important focus with many generations of chil- dren coming through Sunday School and youth groups. Members have also been able to support workers sent over the Asia Pacific region. Groups like St John Ambu- lance and Scouts have made use of the premises along with Mainly Music, Moove and Groove, Mops/Kiwi mums, Boys Brigade, Girls Brigade, Civilian maimed association/ Kumeu caring and sharing and drama groups.
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