Waiheke Marketplace : November 21st 2012
www.waihekemarketplace.co.nz 30 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, NOVEMBER 21, 2012 NEWS More bang for your festive buck -- best distribution equals best response Waiheke Marketplace is the only AUDITED CIRCULATION paper on Waiheke Island. 6,769 Audited circulation, ABC for 12 months to 31 December 11. Delivered every week to Waiheke homes, businesses, the ferries and central Auckland. Ph: 09 372 9231. Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8.30am-5pm. 1 Tahi Road, Ostend. Online at waihekemarketplace.co.nz for FREE! No subscription, no charge! Ho! Ho! Ho! Christmas is nigh and our office will close Get your ads booked in time so everyone knows What you're up to this Yuletide and into New Year We wish you a prosperous business and a whole lot of cheer! To advertise in the Waiheke Marketplace editions: 19 December • 26 December • 2 January • 9 January Bookings deadline: Monday, December 3 Copy deadline: Friday, December 7 For all other enquiries phone Gail Hughes on 372 9231 or email firstname.lastname@example.org TOUCH RESULTS FOR NOVEMBER 15 Barn beat Sweet As 8-3 JTBS drew Happy Ending 5-5 Bayleys beat That Team 15-0 Sonic Boom beat Cup Cakes 9-2 This week's draw -- Field 1 6pm Barn v Cup Cakes 6.40pm JTBS v Sonic Field 2 6pm Bayleys v Happy Ending 6.40pm That Team v Sweet As School bowled over by club Generous donation: Waiheke High School principal Neil Watson receives a cheque from Oneroa Bowling Club president Greg Page watched by club manager Brian Anderton and treasurer Arthur Nilsen. By GILL ALCOCK Waiheke High School has ben- efited from the demise of the Oneroa Bowling Club to the tune of $18,247.87. Club manager Brian Anderton says the bowling club had to close down because of a lack of players. Membership was down to just four players, Mr Anderton says. We had a garage sale before we surrendered the lease. With the proceeds from that and what we had in the bank we decided to donate all funds to the high school so future generations could enjoy some sporting goods, he says. Mr Anderton says the bowling club committee made the decision. We thought if we gave it to another bowling club it would only benefit those who were playing at that stage, so we thought it was a brilliant idea. Principal Neil Watson says: The school is grateful for the con- tribution from the bowling com- munity on Waiheke. Play such a hit it's being repeated Waiheke Theatre Company will reprise its production of My Mother Said I Never Should at Artworks Theatre on November 30 and December 1. Linda Savage, Bridget Oakley-Stevens, Hayley Hail- stone and Lucy McCarthny will bring the classic Charlotte Keat- ley play to life which was a hit with theatre-goers earlier in the year. The play, directed by Lucinda Peterken, explores the expecta- tions of women through four generations and their choices. The Friday performance will be at 7pm and the Saturday one at 4pm. Tickets from the i-SITE in Oneroa for $20 and $22, or $18 for students.
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