Waiheke Marketplace : November 17th 2010
3 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, NOVEMBER 17, 2010 NEWS 0800 00 88 80 FREE measure and quote FREE design consultation Exclusive direct-import fabrics Every style of curtains & accessories Every style of venetian, vertical, roller and roman blind *Some conditions apply. Oﬀer available to 24 December 2010. NOW SERVING WAIHEKE ISLAND EVERY WEDNESDAY Book a FREE in-home consultation today Phone 0800 00 88 80 or online harveyfurnishings.co.nz See our website for more custom making oﬀers FREE CURTAIN MAKING* APPLIES TO PENCIL PLEAT CURTAIN MAKING ON SELECTED THEMAL FABRICS $29.95 PER METRE. GROUND STABILIZATION • Up to 900 diameter - 10 meters deep • Slip Retention • Barrier Pile Walls • Retaining Walls • Foundation Drilling & Footing • Pile Ramming Land deveLopers Ltd 372 1115 Mob 027 499 4477 Email email@example.com Open this Friday, Saturday and Sunday 19th, 20th and 21st November, 10am to 2pm Waiheke Retirement Village is right on the water's edge at Anzac Bay. The village offers an independent retirement lifestyle with a range of top quality facilities within a relaxed and supportive community environment. You can experience coastal retirement living for yourself by visiting an open day this Friday, Saturday or Sunday between 10am and 2pm. We can give you a tour of the village and show you a selection of spacious and affordable villas priced from just $320,000. energi _11288A CLUB HOUSE LOUNGE AND DINING ROOM • INDOOR HEATED SWIMMING POOL • SPA POOL • BILLIARDS • LIBRARY • PETANQUE TERRAIN • HAIRDRESSING SALON • 24 HOUR EMERGENCY CALL SYSTEM • COURTESY COACH • WORKSHOP Experience coastal retirement living for yourself this weekend 37 Natzka Road, Anzac Bay, Ostend. 09 372 2820 www.waihekeretirementvillage.co.nz Garden safari blossoms Celebrating 10 years: Chairman Greg Dean with the Jassy Dean Trust birthday cake. The people's favourite: Garden 8 in Wilma Rd won the Helen Routledge Trophy. New record: The plant sale at Rangihoua Estate raised $12,300. By GILL ALCOCK THE SeaLink Jassy Dean Trust Garden Safari broke all records with more than 1700 tickets sold and the final tally expected to be up 25 percent on last year. Trust chairman Greg Dean says the amount is still to be confirmed but it definitely exceeds the $55,000 raised in 2009. The figure includes a record breaking $12,300 from the mammoth plant sale at Rangihoua Estate run by Geoff Bullock and his team. Mr Dean says the suc- cess is due not only to increased numbers of visitors and the plant sale but also the con- tributions made by gar- den owners such as Neil Hefford and Chardy Parks at Garden 2, who made $1866 selling piz- zas and refreshments. The event finished its two-day celebration with a 10th anniversary party for garden owners and volunteers at Rangihoua Estate complete with birthday cake and candles. Safari volunteer and local board deputy chairwoman Jo Holmes handed out gifts to the owners who Mr Dean said had gone to huge lengths after a dreadful year of drought . The celebrations felt like a family party, Mr Dean says. The spirit of the trust and the safari are deeply personal to me. The gathering also saw Joe Routledge pres- ent the trophy named after his late wife and founding member of the trust, Helen, to the owners of the public s favourite garden -- Jason and Poppy Judkins of Garden 8. The annual two-day safari raises money for the trust named after Mr Dean s daughter Jassy, who died of meningococcal menin- gitis in 1992. It helps Waiheke children and their families in times of sickness and supports them if they have a medical condition. It is helping profoundly deaf youngster Ollie Davies- Russ raise $40,000 for a cochlear implant. It kick- started the campaign with a $10,000 donation, and a wishing well at the plant sale raised a further $500.
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