Nor West News : September 22nd 2011
www.nor-westnews.co.nz 13 NOR-WEST NEWS, SEPTEMBER 22, 2011 4 2 & Advertising F Dining entertainment Specials valid until 30 September 2011. All specials may not be available in some stores. Specials only available at Liquor Centre Stores detailed above. No Trade Sales. RUGBY SPECIALS -- Heineken Sale Jim Beam 250ml 8% 4 Cans Lindauer Classic Range 750ml Amy s Vodka Range 3 Flavours 250ml 7% 12 Pack Cans Gordons 1 litre Black Heart/ Woodstock 1 litre 6 Pack Cans 330ml 6 Pack Bots 330ml Speights/Waikato/ Lion Red crate RUGBY SPECIAL -- Steinlager White Can 12 Pack Bots 330ml 15 Pack Bots 330ml 650ml Bot OUR CAPS OFF TO THE BOYS IN BLACK. LARGEST LIQUOR CHAIN IN NZ WITH OVER 160 OUTLETS! Celebrate with a couple of cold ones from Liquor Centre. $14.99 ONLY $14.99 ONLY $24.99 ONLY $30.99 ONLY $5.49 ONLY $35.99 ONLY $19.99 ONLY $18.99 ONLY Woodstock 330ml 5% 18 Pack Bots $29.99 ONLY Cody s 250ml 8% 18 Pack Cans $29.99 ONLY Smirnoff Ice Double Black 250ml 12 Pack Cans $20.99 ONLY $36.99 ONLY Jim Beam 1 litre $9.99 ONLY $33.99 ONLY St Remy Brandy 1 litre $34.99 ONLY $32.99 ONLY $10.99 ONLY Join the VIP club to go into the draw to win monthly prizes including overseas holidays, 3D TV's, Ipads, Ipods etc. and access to VIP instore specials. Visit www. liquor-centre. co.nz Everyday in every Liquor Centre outlet we give away FREE GIFTS on Beer, Wines, Spirits and RTDs. Helensville L.C. 88 Commercial Rd, Helensville Kumeu Cellars L.C. Shop 16, Kumeu Village, Main Road, Kumeu 0800 TOTALSPAN Dinner from 5.30pm Tuesday - Sunday Planning a Special Event ? call Ady for a chat 09 4127 127 firstname.lastname@example.org 3 matua road, huapai DINE with us in SEPT and OCT -gointheDRAWtoWINa MAGNUM of french champagne VEUVE CLICQUOT restaurant & bar HANDY ANT PROCESSORS * We are registered with MAF for Home Kill Processing Ph: 09 420 2848 Fax: 09 420 2870 Handy Ant Processors 93 Monk Rd, South Head www.handyant.co.nz SOUTH HEAD FIELD DAY This Sunday September 25 10am -- 3pm, 93 Monk Rd Fun for all the family and over 35 businesses exhibiting Auction starts at 2pm Entry by gold coin donation, all proceeds to Waioneke Primary School „ No eftpos available, cash or cheques only „ Wearing of appropriate footwear advised Don't forget our Beef processing $1.00 kg (packed, labelled, frozen) 0 orchard & fields PH 416 7482 68 State Highway 16, Massey www.orchardandfields.co.nz --- We are YOUR Local! --- ARE HERE WE WEST GATE STATE HIGHWAY 16 DUNLOP RD DON BUCK RD HOBSONVILLE RD Come in and meet our friendly team Green Seedless Grapes $5.99 kg Premium Beef Mince $9.9 9 kg Avocado 99¢ Lettuce $1.39 ea Classes on at the art centre Art classes are available at the Helensville Art Centre. Portrait painting with established artist Liz Sutherland will run in October. Participants can cre- ate an oil painting from one of their favourite photos. Monthly untutored portrait classes are from 2pm to 4pm on the third Saturday of each month. Untutored life drawing classes are on the first Monday of the month from 7pm to 9pm. Phone Pauline on 021-158-6859 or email admins.artcentre@gmail. com for details. Bric-a-brac fundraiser There are bargains to be made at the bric-a-brac fundraiser for Waitoki School on September 24. The event is from 9am to 2pm and features items ranging from farming equipment and household items to clothing and toys. Call Kerry for bookings on (09) 420-5244. Tasty ingredients Residents in the nor-west are being called to use their culi- nary skills in this year's Blind Week appeal. The Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blind wants them to get baking and sell their wares for a gold coin donation in the Bake a Difference event from Octo- ber 25 to October 31. Funds raised will help more than 11,500 visually impaired people gain skills and resources to lead indepen- dent lives. Keen bakers can visit www.bakeadifference.org.nz or call 0800-120-254. Material moments Nimble fingers will be in action at the Helensville Patchwork Group show. The event is on October 1 and 2 at the Helensville War Mem- orial Hall from 10 am to 4pm. There is also a queen-size quilt raffle. Plenty to peruse The Waitoki Market on Octo- ber 1 has homemade goodies and stalls to check out with proceeds going back to the community. The event is at Waitoki hall from 8.30am to noon. For stall bookings call Shirley (09) 420-5111. Xmas presents Christmas is coming and Santa needs help to stuff the stockings of needy families. The annual Christmas gift appeal kicks off in November and runs until Christmas Eve. The appeal, run by the Salvation Army and Kmart, seeks presents under Kmart wishing trees. Residents of the nor-west are encouraged to label their gifts with the age and gender they would suit. Donations are needed more than ever this year with families from earthquake-torn Christchurch are struggling with basic daily needs and face a miserable Christmas. People can make a cash donation instead at any Kmart store or by pay- ing online at www.wishingtree. kmart.co.nz.
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