Waiheke Marketplace : April 24th 2013
www.waihekemarketplace.co.nz 4 WAIHEKE MARKETPLACE, APRIL 24, 2013 NEWS On Thursday 25 April 2013, the Waiheke RSA is proud to be conducting the following commemorative services at the Cenotaph, adjacent the Waiheke War Memorial Hall, Ostend. Members of the public are cordially invited to attend both services. DAWN PARADE Assemble at the RSA clubrooms no earlier than 0530hrs. March on from Ostend Rd at 0555hrs. Dawn Parade commences at 0600hrs Breakfast will be served from 0700hrs. CIVIC SERVICE Assemble at the RSA Clubrooms at 1030hrs. Veterans, Service personal and Community Groups march on from the Ostend Shopping Centre along Belgium St, to the Cenotaph, at 1055hrs. The Civic Service itself commences at 1100hrs. Floral tributes will be laid at the cenotaph just prior to the completion of this service. Community groups or individuals wishing to lay wreaths are requested to contact the RSA on 372 9019 ext 1. Please note that written invitations will not be sent to groups or individuals. In the event of inclement weather, these services will be held inside the Waiheke War Memorial Hall. ANZAC DAY SERVICES 2013 5302426AA Anzac Day rubbish and recycling collection changes Due to the Anzac Day public holiday, Auckland Council kerbside rubbish and recycling collections will be one day later than usual. This will affect collections starting Thursday 25 April. Normal collection schedule resumes on Monday 29 April. Find out more: phone 09 301 0101 or visit www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz and search 'collection day' Exceptions: • Parnell/Newmarket area: there will be no changes to Thursday night rubbish collections (red lidded wheelie bins) • North Shore and Waitākere areas: there will be no changes to business evening kerbside collections (rubbish bag, recycling and paper/cardboard) • Inner CBD: there will be no changes to kerbside collections (rubbish bags, recycling and paper/cardboard only) • Rodney: contact your local private rubbish collection provider to confrm your schedule. OG_AC1973_WM Hip Op-eration crew to appear at finals VEGAS DREAM The Hip Op-eration Crew are trying to get to the World Hip Hop Championships in Las Vegas in August. Donations to help them fulfill their dream can be deposited into their bank account: 12 3114 0155178 50. Donors are asked to use the reference ''gift'' when depositing the money. Visit waihekemarketplace.co.nz to see a video of The Hip Op-eration Crew performing at the Auckland Regional Hip Hop Championships at the Bruce Mason Centre on March 23. Special guests: The Hip Op-eration Crew from Waiheke will be performing at the national hip-hop finals. Photo: CAROL PEARCE The world's oldest hip-hop dance group The Hip Op-eration Crew has been selected as a special guest per- former at the New Zealand National Hip-Hop Championship finals this Saturday. The hip-hop crew consists of 37 senior citizens aged 66 to 96 from Waiheke Island and will be sharing the stage with some top hip-hop acts. Crew member 79-year-old Brenda Long says it's a huge honour'' to be invited to perform as special guests. We will be sharing the stage with famous hip-hop artists like Krump Aotearoa, DJ Sir-Vere and the world hip-hop champions The Royal Family.'' The night before their special guest performance The Hip Op- eration Crew will be making world history when they enter the Mega Crew Division of the National Hip Hop Championships on April 26. We will be competing head to head with the best mega crews in the country. It will be the first time in world history where a crew in this age group has ever officially entered a hip-hop competition. We don't expect to win but will certainly do our best to show our respect for the culture of hip-hop. It's going to be the most exciting night of our lives. We are already jittering with excitement.'' Go to iticket.co.nz/events/ 2013/apr/sdnz-national- championships-2013 for tickets. Groups unite to raise awareness about health and rescue work ' As many islanders will be only too aware, without this amazing helicopter service most people here would struggle to deal with medical emergencies and accidents ' Caroline Jarvie Age Concern is working with the Waiheke Health Trust and the Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust to raise awareness of the combined organisations' services on the island. They will have a co-operative display at the Ostend market this Saturday morning which aims to inform people about what they do for the community. Age Concern volunteer co- ordinator for Waiheke Caroline Jarvie says it makes sense for the services to profile them- selves to the public together. Age Concern always wel- comes more people to take part in this most rewarding com- munity effort, of visiting people and keeping them company.'' Ms Jarvie says she has some surprises in store for the joint display and is looking forward to helping the other two organis- ations. The Waiheke Health Trust provides support services for people with health and dis- ability issues and the Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust, which operates the Westpac rescue helicopter, is launching its main appeal next month. Ms Jarvie says the helicopter trust has some great events and competitions lined up for the island and more will be revealed at the market. As many islanders will be only too aware, without this amazing helicopter service most people here would struggle to deal with medical emergencies and accidents.'' Visit the market stall to show your support or to find out more about the three services. Contact Caroline Jarvie on firstname.lastname@example.org or 021 221 1564 to inquire about volunteering as an Age Concern visitor or if you know someone who would appreciate a visitor calling weekly. She can also be contacted about the helicopter appeal for information on how businesses can get involved. Contact Robyn Wilson on 372 8893 for inquiries about Waiheke Health Trust.
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