Eastern Courier : July 1st 2011
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Includes Rural Delivery area: Howick RD. 33 Birmingham Rd, East Tamaki. P.O. Box 76-400, Manukau City. www.easterncourier.co.nz Young actors bring classic story to life Beloved classic: Jennifer Cheuk and Dana-Lisa Griffin will be appearing in HCYT's production of Charlotte's Web as Templeton the Rat and Charlotte the spider. Photo: STEPHANIE FAWCETT By STEPHANIE FAWCETT A beloved children s story will be brought to life by the young actors at Howick Children s and Youth Theatre. Their production of Charlotte s Web, a classic of children s literature, will be enjoyed by all. It was one of my favourite stories when I was growing up, theatre senior tutor and pro- duction director Kelly Scott says. It s a lovely story for people of all ages. Everyone s grown up with it and mums and dads love it too. The cast of 23 has been working hard to make sure everything is ready for opening night and 11-year-old Jennifer Cheuk has been practis- ing a lot for her role as Templeton the rat. It s quite a challenge to play this greedy and sly character because I m not very rat-like person- ally, she says. But it s always nice to have a challenge with acting and the costume is brilliant as well. Performances will be held at Uxbridge Gal- lery, 35 Uxbridge Rd, Howick, on July 7 and 8 at 7.30pm, and July 9 and 10 at 1pm and 4pm. Tickets are $8 -- contact email@example.com or phone 537-4943 to book. Independent Presbyterian Education for Years 7-13 Student Enrolment 2012 SAINT KENTIGERN COLLEGE Phone 09 577 0703 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.saintkentigern.com Discover the bene ts of an Independent Education. Applications are now invited for enrolment at Saint Kentigern College in 2012. Years 7 and 9 are the main intake years but applications at other levels will also be considered where places are available. JOIN US FOR A CAMPUS TOUR Wednesday 6 July 9.15am Parents of prospective students are invited to join us for a guided tour of the campus to discover the bene ts of an Independent Education. Learn about the programmes we o er students in Years 7-13, including details of the International Baccalaureate Diploma o ered as an alternative quali cation. Please register to attend. To register or request more information, please contact Admissions or visit our website: Cultural mix in war story Performed in Italian, Maori and English Strange Resting Places sees cultures come together in war-torn Europe. Set in Italy in 1944, the play tells the story of Anaru (Maaka Pohatu), a soldier in the 28th Maori Battalion, who finds himself having to co-operate with Salvatori (Barnie Duncan), an Italian deserter. The show finishes at Edgewater College on July 3 at 4pm. Contact Robyn on 535-6662 or email robyn. email@example.com for details. Red noses come out of storage to support Cure Kids A primary school ukulele orchestra is among festivities planned for this year s Cure Kids Red Nose Day. Students from a Herne Bay school choir and ukulele orchestra will record a version of You Make the Whole World Smile to raise money for research into childhood ill- nesses. The recording will be used in promotions for the July 15 celebrations. Cure Kids has embraced the relaunch of Red Nose day with a range of festivities. Red noses will be available for people and cars, a music video featuring Kiwi celebrities has been made and an iPhone application launched. Red Nose Day is a time for Kiwis to down tools, be cre- ative, embrace our unique cul- ture and be silly -- all for a serious cause, Cure Kids business development director Josie Spillane says. We have so many ways New Zealanders can make a difference to the future health of our children. Red Noses are for sale at all PaperPlus stores, Z Energy stations, Briscoes and Pump- kin Patch stores for a mini- mum $2 donation. Readers can also support the cause by buying a packet of Cadbury s Jaffas, enjoying a cup of Columbus Coffee or by downloading the version of You Make the Whole World Smile from i-tunes. Cure Kids was set up more than 35 years ago to address the lack of research into life- threatening childhood ill- nesses. It has invested more than $26 million in vital medi- cal research. The research has helped save many young lives and improved the quality of life for thousands of children.
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