Manukau Courier : November 11th 2010
9 MANUKAU COURIER, NOVEMBER 11, 2010 NEWS The Mad Butcher and Suburban Newspapers Community Trust proudly present their WE NEED YOUR HELP to help the National Burn Centre Please bring this event to the attention of your boss/CEO and ask them to book a table for YOUR COMPANY! All proceeds to the National Burn Centre An ideal way to entertain clients and staff while supporting a very worthy cause. With special guest speaker Friday 3 December From 7.30pm at TelstraClear Pacific Events Centre 770-834 Great South Road, Manukau The Rt Hon John Key Prime Minister be interviewed on stage by Paul Holmes CNZM. Your MC - Kerre Woodham, entertainment by Ewen Gilmour and dance the night away with Black Salt. Tickets are $1850 + gst for a table of 10 and include a uperb three course dinner and complimentary drinks. PLEASE BOOK YOUR TABLE NOW by phoning Shandall on 09-531-5910 or email firstname.lastname@example.org LATE NIGHT SPIN & WIN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS 28OCT-12NOV2010FROM6PM-8PM. Spend $50 at Westfield Manukau City between 6pm-8pm on Thursdays or Fridays and you can be in to spin! There are over $3,500 in prizes up for grabs each night, just bring your receipt to Centre Court. WES0531/20x4/MC Terms and conditions apply, see website or Customer Service for details. Excludes Westfield gift voucher purchases. Promotion ends 12 November 2010. westfield.co.nz/manukau A red nose at Rainbow's End On the nose: Cure Kids ambassador Cherokee Sagisagi, 15, of Otara gets into the spirit of things at the Red Nose Day event at Rainbow's End. Photos: DAN LABAN Last song: The day ended with You Make the Whole World Smile -- the official Red Nose Day song. It was red noses all round at Rainbow s End last Saturday as families celebrated a special Cure Kids event. The Red Nose Jaffas Family Fun Day is part of a month of Red Nose events helping to raise money and awareness for Cure Kids. Stars Vince Harder, Erekah, hip-hop dance troupe Dziah and Shortland Street s Angela Bloomfield entertained the crowd. As a mum I have great respect for how important the Cure Kids research is for our children s future, Ms Bloomfield says. Today has been all about family and I am excited to support Cure Kids and the awesome work they do for our chil- dren. Cure Kids regional manager Josie Spillane says memories from a day such as Saturday is what helps the children and their families get through. The stars were faced with a sea of red noses as Cure Kids children and families joined them for the official Red Nose Day song, You Make the Whole World Smile. As well as hosting the event, Cadbury Jaffas flew Cure Kids ambassa- dor William Currie and his mum Belinda from Dunedin to take part in the family fun day. Nine-year-old William proudly wore his red nose and declared the day awesome . Cadbury corporate affairs manager Aimee Driscoll says Cadbury has been a Cure Kids partner since 2004 but decided to go one step further this year by bringing back Red Nose Day. Cure Kids aims to raise $1 million to help fund research into life- threatening childhood illnesses. All the money raised during the Red Nose Day campaign, including $1 from every pack of Cadbury Jaffas sold in Shell, Paper Plus and Take Note stores, will go towards funding vital medical research into these and other illnesses affecting Kiwi kids. SILLY FOR A SERIOUS CAUSE The flu season might be winding down but red noses will be everywhere this month. After a 13-year absence Cure Kids Red Nose Day is back on November 19. Now's the time to buy red noses, badges, wristbands, car noses and Jaffas from Paper Plus, Take Note and Shell service stations. Cure Kids aims to raise $1 million to help fund research into life- threatening childhood illnesses affecting Kiwi kids. The original and official Red Nose Day song, You Make the Whole World Smile, has been re-released by songbird Anika Moa. It can be bought online at www.theinsong.co.nz, Telecom mobile stores and Vodafone Play, with all proceeds going to Cure Kids. Chief executive Vicki Lee says Red Nose Day is the perfect oppor- tunity to get a bit silly for a serious cause. See www.rednoseday. org.nz for more inform- ation or to make a donation online.
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