Eastern Courier : October 8th 2014
10 EASTERN COURIER, OCTOBER 8, 2014 NEWS www.stuff.co.nz Baby’s helper Karan Brar - Jessie Abigail Hargrove - World War Z Yin Chang - Prom and Gossip Girl Jillian Nelson - Switched at Birth This week’s Thanks A Bunch goes to chiropractor Janette McCormick from Creating Wellness in Pakuranga. She was nominated by Liz Wilson, who writes: Alexis Knapp - Pitch Perfect Keke Lindgard – Victoria’s Secret Brad Alphonso w/ Katie Perry Austin Coleman - Modern Family Recently our five-month-old baby had his first cleft lip surgery. Janette visited Blake at home and treated him during a time when he was far too traumatised to go out. Janette did it because she genuinely cares so much for her patients. Davis Cleveland - Shake it Up! Isaac White - The Butler Doug Brochu – Sonny with a Chance Anne Winters - Tyrant & The Fosters Helping hand: This week’s Thanks A Bunch goes to Janette McCormick. Photo: SCOTTMORGAN Caroline Codd - BAZAAR Chris Brochu - Vampire Diaries Adam Irigoyan - Shake it up Lucas Adams - Dexter Ryan Lee - This is 40 Interesting work: Margaret Morley with AucklandMuseumchairman William Randall, left, and AucklandMuseumdirector Roy Clare. Jake Short - ANT Farm Singers, Actors, Models, Dancers! Kids, teens and young adults! Albert Tsai - Trophy Wife Addison Riecke - The Thundermans HOLLYWOOD TALENT SHOWCASE We are coming to AUCKLAND this Saturday, October 11th prescreening local new talent and fresh faces for over 200 Agents and Casting Directors for upcoming international showcase! Call NOW! (09) 951 9692 to register and reserve your spot! You can visit us at www.ipopla.com Or register for the Auckland auditions at www.actmodelnetwork.com Museum honours volunteer By MEGHAN LAWRENCE More than two decades of voluntary service at Auckland Museum has earned Margaret Morley a prestigious prize. The Sunnyhills resident has been honoured with the Associate Emerita Medal. Morley says she was excited and surprised to find out about the award. ‘‘It has been a long and interesting time working within the museum. I have learnt such a lot, especially because it was out of my field of work,’’ Morley says. The former physiotherapist started volunteering at the museum through its shell club, which triggered an interest that would hook her into years of voluntary work. Morley has catalogued more than 3000 shell specimens and identified another 8500. She has also participated in more than 900 field trips around New Zealand. On top of this, Morley has also helped curate exhibitions, assisted numerous post-graduate students with their thesis work and authored many scientific articles and research papers. Auckland museum director Roy Clare says he’s thrilled to award medals to very deserving recipients like Morley.
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