Eastern Courier : April 15th 2011
6 EASTERN COURIER, APRIL 15, 2011 NEWS Thursday 21 April, 9am - 11am In the Westfield Pakuranga Food Court 2 Come along for face painting, story time and other fun activities. The first 100 Mums d kid ill t f ift EASTER FUN WES/20x4/ 4/1232 tfield ld akurang wes tf d.co.nz/pak nga ng d wge f an lgtaf . d kids free g ft and kids will get a free gift. *While stocks last, one per person. See Customer Service for more information. mi hwiklu et ztreisr ili @h ket r ster t g g g p o o o o o a c a u u . .. .n n n n ff f n n n E i i i i i Email email@example.com to register. dove shop panmure Supporting Eastern Bays Hospice COMING SOON Grand Opening 1 June 2011 Our new Panmure dove shop is located in the old Post Office Plaza at 141 Queens Road. This latest Retail outlet will help fund the vital and growing dove house hospice service and patient programmes. Give us a hand to make a difference.......... We need your time and quality pre loved goods to help staff and stock this new shop -- Call our team Volunteering -- Marilyn Donating Goods -- Malcolm Volunteer Resource Manager Warehouse Manager dove house 575 4555 dove warehouse 521 4486 Visit our friendly dove shops at Glen Innes, St Heliers and soon Panmure to find amazing selections and bargains Clothing, Accessories, China, Paintings, Furniture and much more Your dollars, time and donations fund the care at dove house ..thank you dove house 575 4555 www.ebhospice.org.nz Peek at penguins Holiday fun: Curator Laura Seamans with some of Kelly Tarlton's prized residents. The inhabitants of Club Penguin will waddle into Kelly Tarlton s over the Easter school holidays. Visitors can see four chicks in their chilly cre ` che from a Snowcat and on the big screen. Kelly Tarlton s will also be running daily Life on the Ice talks. Go along dressed as a Club Penguin character for the chance to win prizes. Every child s ticket comes with a free act- ivity book. Prizes can be won for dressing up as a Club Penguin character or participating in a treasure hunt. Tickets are $33.90 for adults, $9.90 for under- 15s and under-twos are free. The Eastern Courier is giving away a family pass for two adults and two children valued at $87.60. To enter send an envelope with your name, address and day- time phone number to Eastern Courier, Club Penguin competition, PO Box 76-400, Manukau, to arrive by noon, April 20. One entry per person. Kelly Tarlton s is open every day including Good Friday and Easter Sunday. Go to www.kellytarl tons.co.nz or call 0800- 80-50-50 for information. Short story contest for kids A young authors chal- lenge is offering students the chance to have their work published. Eight primary and intermediate classes will win the chance to have a short story featured in a book printed by Barfoot & Thompson to help the Starship Foundation. ''This programme is about fostering a life- long love for reading and writing, and we want as many children as poss- ible to participate and experience the magic of creating their own story, Barfoot & Thomp- son managing director Peter Thompson says. Mr Thompson encour- ages teachers to take advantage of the unique learning opportunity by entering their class best short story before May 27. Go to www.barfoot. co.nz/challenge for information.
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