Eastern Courier : November 26th 2010
4 EASTERN COURIER, NOVEMBER 26, 2010 NEWS 30% OFF 30% OFF -- NO EXCEPTIONS -- INTEX POOLS + INFLATABLES We Cut Cut to size while you wait Proudly New Zealand owned & operated Only available at plus commercial plastic foam rubber THE HUB 451 Ti Rakau Dr Phone 09 271 4550 OPEN 7 DAYS Mon-Fri 9.00-5.30pm Sat 9.00-5.00pm Sun 10.00-5.00pm Te Irirangi Dr Ti Rakau Dr THE HUB Parking Wendys Payless Norman Ross Early Settler SPECIALIST PLASTIC WARE CENTRES Usually $2990 Now $1999 $2500 from Summer Water Toys • Inflatables • Intex Pools • Intex Pool Covers • Rings and Armbands ALL 30% OFF Beanie Refills/Toppa Pads 15% OFF •8inch • 10 inch • 11 inch • 12 inch • Cake Tins • Icing kits & Piping bags • Cake Decorations • Specialty Candles • Cake Boards Come in and see our huge selection Making a Cake? Cake Boxes Usually $9850 Now $5990 Single Mattress Club Boats • NZ made • 100mm • 1980x900 SPECIALS AVAILABLE UNTIL SUNDAY 28TH NOVEMBER OR WHILE STOCKS LAST •1,2+4Person • Oars available and sold seperately • 4 person boat $67.90 Now $47.53 • 2 person boat $29.90 Now $20.93 • 1 person boat $19.90 Now $13.93 $1999 from 10% OFF • 100 Ltr • Single • Double • Queen • King • Also available smart/ memory foam toppa pads MANY SPECIALS INSTORE -- HELIUM BALLOONS AND PARTY PRODUCTS INSTORE NOW 3318520AA Saveway Highland Park - The Best Quality for Your Choice! • Fruits • Veges • Meats • Seafoods • Groceries Ph: (09) 534 5050 Fax: (09) 534 5051 10/491 Pakuranga Rd, Highland Park, Auckland Open 7 Days a week 8.30am - 6.00pm Highland Park Courgette (1kg) $1.99/bag Trevally $4.99/kg ZQ Egg Noodle (375g) 99c/pkt Round Eggplant 99¢/ea SAVEWAY HIGHLAND PARK STORE - 26/11 till 28/11 (Friday - Sunday) Weekend Promotional or whilestockslast Beef Chuck Steak $8.99/kg Wonglo Kat Herbal Tea (310ml) 99¢/can Hoki Fillet $8.99/kg Large Gold Pineapple $2.99/ea Tomatoes $1.99/bag Tarakihi Fillet $18.99/kg No.1 NZ Orange $2.99/kg Lamb Rack (Skin off) $24.99/kg Opposite Event Cinema 3080875AM The family trust question. Answered. WHEN: Monday 6 December, 6pm WHERE: Public Trust Customer Centre, 318 Ti Rakau Drive, East Tamaki, Manukau SPEAKER: Glenn Karam, Customer Centre Manager Find out if a family trust is right for you and how it can help protect your family's assets. Hear about our experience in this eld. We've been helping New Zealanders for over 130 years with professional, legal and trustee services. We can provide you with unbiased, straightforward answers to all your family trust questions. To reserve your place at the free seminar, please call 0800 371 471 by 5.30pm on Friday 3 December. Ogilvy/PTR0392 Chemists check diabetes Care Chemist is helping to raise awareness of diabetes. Selected pharmacies will have screening days offering blood glucose and blood pressure checks until the end of the month. Go to www.care chemist.co.nz for more information. Festival is music to the ears By NICOLA WILLIAMS Hand-picked: Caroline Zeeman, front, with ukulele students, from left: Christine Maslowski, Megan McColl and Rose Brown. Photo: FIONA GOODALL A Howick group will help make up a massive ensemble of enthusiasts at a ukulele festival this weekend. Tomorrow's festival at the Trusts Stadium in Waitakere will bring school and community groups together to play a variety of traditional and more modern music. The free day of family entertainment will have competitions, giveaways, industry stalls, non-stop music, food, workshops and guest artists. Take along a ukulele to join a mass perform- ance of iconic Kiwi songs. More than 2000 pri- mary and intermediate students will play in an attempt to break a world record. The Ukes of Howick has 30 members ranging in age from 12 to 70. I teach guitar and for the past couple of years I've had so many inquir- ies from people who wanted to play the uke,'' teacher Caroline Zeeman says. The chord shapes are similar to those of the guitar but are simpler to play. Ukuleles are a fun instrument, the sound is very beautiful when you play it and its size makes it easy to take any- where,'' Ms Zeeman says. The group meets each Monday from 6.30pm to 8.30pm at Picton Centre. The ukulele's growing popularity means there is enough demand for a second group to meet on a different night. Go to www.c-change. co.nz or phone 535-4950 for information. His and hers car lottery Acarisupforgrabsina lottery to support people with arthritis. Prizes are his and hers Toyota Camry Sportivo cars, a spa pool, inter- national air travel, a 46-inch television, a laptop, IPad package and MTA gift vouchers. Money raised will go to Arthritis New Zealand to help provide services to people with arthritis and their families. Arthritis is the greatest cause of dis- ability in New Zealand with more than 530,000 people affected. Go to www.arthritis. org.nz for tickets.
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