Eastern Courier : February 23rd 2011
20 EASTERN COURIER, FEBRUARY 23, 2011 NEWS Hey Kids, Come along on Saturday 26 February from 10am -- 2pm and meet my friend Cheer Bear from the Care Bears. You can get your face painted and best of all, it's free. I'll be having a party for my WKids' mates every month at Westfield Pakuranga. If you're not already a Wkids' club member you can sign up on the day. See you there Name: Address: Contact Number: Colour in this picture and if you're one of the first 200 WKids' members to bring it to Customer Service on the day, you'll get a cool beach ball. Plus, every picture goes in the draw to win a $50 Westfield gift voucher. THREECHEE FOR CHEER BEAR WES/20x7/0990 WKd M iNmbr WKids Membership Number: p p p p g g g g g g westfield.co.nz nz nz z z z z z z z z z nz nz z nz z z z z nz n n nz n nz nz .n n n n n nz . . / /p /p / /p p p p / / / / / /pa /pa / /pa / a pa p pa a a pa p /pa a pa /p pa pa pa / /p pa pa /a pa /p p u k kur kur kur k k k kur kur kur k k k kur k ku kur ur k ku kur u kur k k r k k k ang ang ang ang ang ang ang ng ang ag g ang ang ang ng g g a g n na a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Corner Ti Rakau Drive and Pakuranga Highway, Pakuranga, Phone 09 978 9100 *Terms and conditions apply. Offer is only valid on Saturday 26 February from 9am -- 6pm or while stocks last. See Customer Service for more information. westfield.co.nz/pakuranga By KRISTINA RAPLEY Scouting around: Cockle Bay Air Scouts leader Phil Barge with Venturers Brendan Peat, left, Matt Impey, both 8, and Scout Ben Wilkins, 14. Photo: FIONA GOODALL Ready to race: The raft race at Cockle Bay Scouts Mudslide Day 2009. Join the Scouts for Mudslide Day Scouts isn't just a hobby -- it's a lifestyle. Just ask Cockle Bay Scout leader Phil Barge. He's been involved with the movement for 64 years and counting. It's in the blood,'' he says. This Sunday the annual Mudslide Day at Cockle Bay Reserve is on. It's a free open day event encouraging the public to go and see what the organis- ation is all about. The day is always a success with a huge slide down the hill, a raft race on the water, a flying fox and other activi- ties. Mr Barge says Scouting has changed a lot since he joined in England as a five- year-old. Back then it was about training and discipline, It's a lot more about fun, adventure and personal development now. You get a lot of satisfac- tion out of being a leader too, exposing the kids to new activities and new adven- tures, not wrapping them up in cotton wool,'' Mr Barge says. The Mudslide Day starts at 10am this Sunday at Cockle Bay Reserve on Shelly Beach Rd.For more information visit www.scouts.org.nz. Go to www.eastern courier.co.nz to see a slideshow of the event.
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