Eastern Courier : March 30th 2011
9 EASTERN COURIER, MARCH 30, 2011 NEWS Sofa Beds • Ideal rumpus extra guests • Canvas • 2 seater •900x1900x100mm • Solids/Tints •60x40 Black Rubber Oval Mats BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND OUR 20-50% OFF SALE CONTINUES UNTIL SUNDAY Hobbie Cubes Sistema Klip It Range Special Selection at Half Price Were $498 Now $249 Why Pay $9850 $4925 Were $1199 $599 Were $799 Now Only $299 Why Pay $5999 $2999 Single Mattresses •1900 x 600 Camp Rolls Were $34900 Now $19999 Specials are strictly avail while stocks last. Further discounts do not apply to already marked down product. Shop stock only. No rainchecks. No laybys. Sale ends Sun 3rd April. Te Irirangi Dr Ti Rakau Dr THE HUB Parking Wendys Payless Norman Ross Early Settler OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Mon-Fri 9.00-5.30pm Sat 9.00-5.00pm Sun 10.00-5.00pm THE HUB 451 Ti Rakau Dr Ph 09 271 4550 HALF PRICE BPA FREE HALF PRICE HALF PRICE HALF PRICE HALF PRICE Coat Hangers • 50ltr, Opaque Roller Box SAVE $8 HOT BUY $1099 • With hamper 2 Tier Shoe Rack HALF P PRICE Why Pay $3590 $1795 • Single • 100mm • Carry Bag Were $119 Now $6999 3-Fold Mattress SAINT KENTIGERN COLLEGE Scholarships are available for girls and boys who are currently in Year 8, entering Year 9 in 2012. SAINT KENTIGERN SCHOOL FOR GIRLS-CORRAN Scholarships are available for girls who are currently in Year 6, entering Year 7 in 2012. SAINT KENTIGERN SCHOOL Scholarships are available for boys who are currently in Year 6, entering Year 7 in 2012. SAINT KENTIGERN SCHOLARSHIPS CLOSE SOON To register or request more information, please contact Admissions or visit our website: Phone 09 577 0677 www.saintkentigern.com Applications for Scholarships close on 6 April BR-J5922 Scholarships for 2012 are available at each Saint Kentigern Campus. These are awarded to motivated students who display outstanding academic, sporting, artistic or musical ability. Independent Presbyterian Education from Preschool - Year 13 Health check: Howick community adviser Bernadette Pereira, wearing a costume from New Caledonia, gets a free blood pressure test from East Health Trust nurse leader David Harrison. Art form: Sancta Maria student Ashlynne Jury, 13, gets an Indian henna design from artist Pooja Mehta. Beautiful dancers: Clockwise from front left: Xiaowen Zhang, Wendy Zhang, Jenny Zhang and Ruby Zhang from the Mulan Association cultural group dazzle in traditional costume. Photos: NICOLA WILLIAMS Celebrating cultural diversity Displayed with pride, above: Many flags represented the diverse range of nationalities in the community. Colour and culture, left: Members of the Mulan Association perform a double fan dance. A celebration of culture was held in Howick to mark International Race Relations Day this month. The Manukau East Council of Social Services hosted the event to enhance cultural understanding and give residents a taste of the many cultures from the immigrant community. Spectators were treated to an assortment of cultural performances. They also received helpful information from health and social services agencies in the area.
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