Eastern Courier : April 20th 2011
11 EASTERN COURIER, APRIL 20, 2011 NEWS Pakuranga Westfield: 577 1431. Visit specsavers.co.nz to find out more. FREE Progressive lens upgrade* OrBifocal lens upgrade* OrUltraClear lens upgrade* And as always, ask for a Contact Lens Trial^ *Offer is available when purchasing from the $169 range or above. Price for other lens types may differ. Extra options not included. Offer is mutually exclusive and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer. Offer ends 4th June 2011. Conditions apply. See in store leaflets or visit specsavers.co.nz for full details. ^Free trial limited to one per person. Subject to suitability, a free contact lens consultation and an eye test at your expense if required. © 2011 Specsavers Optical Group • SMART_SPE12286. Buy one pair of glasses from the $169 range or above and choose one of these FREE o ers: Call us 263 1221 or visit www.bethesda.org.nz Bethesda Village is a place residents choose for the peaceful, independent living where they enjoy friendship, fellowship and comfort in a supportive community. We are situated within easy walking distance to Westfeld Manukau Shopping Centre, also transport, medical facilities, shopping, entertainment and libraries are all nearby. Also, on site is Bethesda Care, which provides for ongoing continuity of care, with a large Rest Home and Private Hospital, where our village residents have priority access. Compare our prices and benefts with other offers in the market as we know it's hard to beat our value for money. Licenses available: 2 Bedroom Villa -- From $285,000: Fully refurbished as new interiors, spacious with large conservatory, single internal garage and heat pump. 1 Bedroom Apartment - from $150,000: Fully refurbished with open plan living/dining/kitchen area, sun flled patio and heat pump. See for yourself, the quality of our Villa's, at our regular open homes Open every Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday, Friday, plus the 2nd and 4th Sunday each month, from 11.00am to 2.15 pm or by appointment. Applications can only be accepted on the application form accompanied in the Disclosure Statement issued in accordance with the Retirement Villages Act 2003 International Qualifcations available www.collegeofcamille.co.nz Enrol now for July LIFE COACH TRAINING Vivienne Kelly 021 037 7289 (M) www.coachmomentum.co.nz QUICK LEVEL 1 ...Call for an entrance interview... LIFE COACHING & TRAINING • Help people live their ideal life • Become an accredited professional • Personal / Business / Executive Coaching • Be your own boss • Earn an excellent hourly rate • Train part time in small group • Supportive, friendly environment Living on Purpose, with Purpose starts in May 2011 0800 4 MOMENTUM Star-studded bowls On point: Actor Paul Ellis shows his skills during the corner to corner charity match in Pakuranga. Bowlers rubbed shoulders with celebrities on the Pakuranga Bowling Club green this month at the Grant s Corner to Corner Bowls final. The fledgling national tournament is in its second year and has quickly gained a reputation as one of the sport s standout competitions. Since last year the number of participating clubs has jumped from 100 to 151, showing competition to reach the final was fierce. Contesting the final hurdle were 13 finalists from six regions. Plimmerton s Charlie Hughes out- bowled his competition to become this year s corner to corner champion. Papatoetoe s Adam Harding was runner-up. A cast of celebrities, including Jared Turner, Leighton Cardno, Ban Barrington and Emmett Couling Skilton from popular television shows The Almighty Johnsons and Go Girls, also battled on the green in a fundraising charity match. Actor Paul Ellis outshone the star- studded field to win $2000 for the New Zealand Aids Foundation. Corner to corner play itself is known to most Kiwi bowlers as an informal game that allows players to wind down from the more serious play and have some fun. Global spirits marketing manager Michael Morton says: We re so pleased to offer the Grant s Corner to Corner competition as a bit of fun and watch it becoming a firm fixture in the bowls competition calendar. We can t wait to see everyone back on the green next year! As opposed to normal bowls games played end to end on a bowling green, corner to corner is played diagonally across the entire green and uses no jack. The aim is to play the bowl as close to the corner as possible.
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