Waiheke Marketplace : August 1st 2012
2886901EF Public Notices WEIGHT WATCHERS MEETING - Morra Hall, 115 Oceanview Rd, Waiheke Island. Thursdays 6.30pm Visit weightwatchers.co.nz or Ph 0800 009 009 Genevieve Happy 18th Birthday! Love you, Mum xx HOLD ONTO YOUR HATS Or aprons as the case may be! SISTER SHOUT is celebrating 15 years with STIR GENTLY Waiheke High School. Saturday 4 August, 3:30pm and 7pm. Sunday 5 August 3:30pm. Tickets $15 at Shop the Rock or WHS 4735355AA NEW ZEALAND RED CROSS WAIHEKE BRANCH Notice of ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Saturday 11th August at 2pm Red Cross Rooms 132 Oceanview Rd, Oneroa Agenda Items: Annual Reports & Election of Branch Officers and Committee Members All Welcome! Birthday Greetings Public Notices WAIHEKE ANGLICAN CHURCH - Sunday services at St Peter s Church, Little Oneroa at 11.15am. Each Wednesday Holy Communion at 10.30am at St Andrew s Church, Onetangi. All welcome. Enquiries: 372 6070. Church Notices MONDAY 5PM IS OUR CLASSIFIED DEADLINE Call in to 1 Tahi Road, or email firstname.lastname@example.org Phone 372 9231 LA LECHE LEAGUE -W e invite all pregnant women, breast or bottle feeding mothers, their babies and toddlers to our meetings: THURSDAYS 10-11.30am, Surfdale Hall, Koha welcome. AUGUST 9th "Mothering through breastfeeding" For info/ breastfeeding & Help Ph 372 2691 / 372 2210. Cinema Social Last Friday of month, $15 incl. morning tea. Public Notices ADVERTISING TERMS AND CONDITIONS These conditions apply to all advertising in this publication unless we have agreed other terms in writing with the advertiser ("you") 1. In accepting an advertisement for publication and in publishing it we are doing so in consideration of and in reliance on your express warranty, the truth of which is essential: a. 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All casual advertising must be prepaid prior to publication. Payment by credit card for casual advertising is accepted. 14. We may provide guidelines to be followed where you include internet addresses in advertising. ST PETER'S CATHOLIC CHURCH, ONEROA WEEKEND MASSES Saturday Vigil 5pm - Sunday 9.15am - Liturgy of the Word with Holy Communion Wednesday at 9.00am Ph 372 6420 www.waihekecatholic.org.nz www.waihekemarketplace.co.nz 27 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, AUGUST 1, 2012 NEWS Be a puppy walker for the blind Puppy host: Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blind puppies are placed with puppy walkers from around eight weeks of age. BECOME A VOLUNTEER If you're interested in becoming a volunteer puppy walker, you must: • Have no more than one pre-schooler at home. • Have no more than one other dog in the house. • Have a high fully fenced and dog secure section. • Be able to walk the puppy about 5km per day. • Be able to drive and have a car that the puppy can travel in. • Not work fulltime and have enough spare time to socialise the puppy Guide dog puppies are looking for homes to learn in for the first 12 to 18 months of their lives. The Royal New Zealand Foundation of the Blind is look- ing for dog lovers to volunteer their time as puppy walkers and help socialise young pups before they enter formal guide dog training. The puppies are bred in the guide dog centre in Manurewa and placed with puppy walkers from around eight weeks of age. The need for puppy walkers is ongoing and the foundation places around eight to 10 pups each month. Puppy development co- ordinator Paula Gemmell says volunteer puppy walkers help introduce puppies to situations including using public trans- port, going to the movies, res- taurants or the supermarket. "The more places a puppy goes, the better, because it gets used to different smells, noises and situations. "Basically, puppy walkers provide the young pups with love, care, socialisation and con- fidence for the first stages of live, before they begin training to become guide dogs," Ms Gem- mell says. Once puppy walkers have been accepted and given a puppy, RNZFB's Guide Dog Services will visit regularly and provide support, food, equip- ment and veterinary care including worming and vaccina- tions. Phone Guide Dog Services during business hours on 09 269 0400 or email email@example.com for more information or complete an online application at rnzfb.org.nz/puppy-walking. Living legend mucks in to help replant Motuihe Regional hero: Bryan Williams. Residents can get in- volved in a community conservation project on Motuihe Island along- side rugby legend Bryan Williams. The Living Legends Muck-In public planting is on August 11 from 9am to 2pm. There will be 3500 trees and shrubs to plant, so organisers are looking for lots of volun- teers to help. The Living Legends Muck-In community con- servation project was set up in 2011 to commemor- ate New Zealand's host- ing of the Rugby World Cup and continues this year. The aim of the project is to plant 170,000 native trees by the end of 2015. This year planting will take place at 17 locations across New Zealand, each dedicated to a regional rugby legend selected last year by provincial rugby unions. Numbers are limited by ferry size for the Motuihe planting so volunteers should regis- ter quickly at living legends.co.nz. Climate change evening Green MP Kennedy Gra- ham will visit Waiheke to make a presentation at Morra Hall on Monday. The Green Party spokesman on global affairs will speak about peace, climate change and other global themes at the evening which starts at 6pm and is expected to run until 8pm. The session will include discussions and a light supper. Entry is by koha and a plate is welcome. Contact Nora West on 372 6719 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Tap feet to celtic music The Waiheke Ceilidh Band will play at the Rocky Bay Hall on Sat- urday night. Ceilidh music has an Irish/Scottish celtic style with a great rhythm. The gig runs from 8 till 11.30pm. Phone Dave 372 6710 evenings or email email@example.com for $15 tickets.
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