Eastern Courier : November 24th 2010
6 EASTERN COURIER, NOVEMBER 24, 2010 NEWS Visit your local store now. 85 Springs Road, East Tamaki. From $576* Raymor Boston Vanity Code: 603470 Was $215 $99* Methven Mayfield Slide Shower Code: 562627 *These deals are available until 30 November, or until sold out. Was $2,249 $1,799* Kohler Freelance Shower Over Bath -- Including Screen Code: 613289/613290 STRATEGY 1003 www.micobathrooms.co.nz 3 Factory Shop End of Line Sale Saturday 27th November, 9.30am-2.30pm 47 Dalgety Drive, Manukau City Kitchens Laundry Vanities Storage Do you want to gain entry to diploma and degree level study? Are you working and realise you need a qualification? Are you looking for a career change? Do you want to develop confidence to study at tertiary level? Then the Certificate in Computing, Communication and Business (Level 4) is for you: • One semester • Full-time or part-time study options. If this sounds like you, take your first step and apply now. Take your first step towards a career in computing, communication, or business 7633 000115 MIT FACULTY OF BUSINESS Apply now l www.manukau.ac.nz l 0800 62 62 52 WHERE LEARNING IS A PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE Colourful quilts for burn centre Stitched with love: Highland Park sewing group members, clockwise from front, Gretl Bass, Spring Lee, Colleen Muir and Betty Curd have put in many sewing hours to raise money for the National Burn Centre. Photo: JASON DORDAY OPERATION Text HEAL to 4740 to donate $3.00 The Mad Butcher and Suburban Newspapers Community Trust Handcrafted quilts will add a dash of colour to fundraising efforts for Operation Heal. The Highland Park sewing group has put the finishing touches to 20 masterpieces to be donated to the South Auckland Health Foun- dation. Some will be auctioned for the Operation Heal dinner that will raise money for the National Burn Centre. The fundraiser is being run by the Mad Butcher and Suburban Newspapers Community Trust to purchase a high- tech microscope to help perform intricate surgeries. A tremendous effort goes into them,'' sewing group co-ordinator Gretl Bass says. Some of the quilts have taken a year to make and sewers have donated so much of their time because of the great cause they were support- ing. I do hope they will get good money for them,'' Mrs Bass says. Talent scout searches for buskers Buskers can sing at Bot- any Town Centre for a chance to be discovered. Renowned talent scout and music producer Gray Bartlett is searching for Auckland's best buskers. Winners could earn themselves a busking licence over Christmas or a spot on Gray's new CD. Register at the infor- mation desk, email email@example.com, phone 272-3888, or turn up by noon on the open audition day on Novem- ber 28 to register. Go to www.botany towncentre.co.nz for more information.
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