Manukau Courier : November 18th 2010
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Level 3 (Early Childhood) (Practicum Placements in an Early Childhood Setting • Comprehensive First Aid Pursuing Pathways 48 WEEK COURSE • Foundation Training for Employment Skills • Learner License • Youth Training Criteria Apply NOTICES Support group, Support group for those with family or friends abusing alcohol or drugs, Thursdays, 5.30pm-7.30pm at CADS South building, 4/17 Lambie Drive, Manukau. Free and open to anyone over 18. Trained facilitators. Ph: 263-2013. Kiwanis, Papatoetoe Kiwanis meet tonight, November 18, 6.30pm at the Papatoetoe Cosmopolitan Club, Dunnotar Rd. Kiwanis is a service organisation focused on the needs of children. New members welcome. Guest speakers Alan Breslau (Phoenix Society founder) and wife Delwyn Breslau (Auckland Burn Support Group founder) speaking about being a burns survivor. Ph: Ken or Pat 266-7744 for information. Country music, Seabreeze Country Music Club meets tonight, November 18, 7pm- 10pm at the Manukau Cruising Club, Orpheus Drive. Excellent band, open mike. All welcome. Ph: Junior 266-4908. Selwyn Seniors, Meet every Friday, 9.30am-noon at St Paul's Church hall, 141 Chapel Rd, East Tamaki. Fellowship, friendship and gentle exercise. Ph: Ann 535-2271. Seniors meet, Evergreens meet tomorrow, November 19, noon-2.15pm at Elim Church, 44 Weymouth Rd, Manurewa. Non-denominational group of people aged 55-plus from a variety of churches meet for fellowship, old hymns and choruses, plus speaker or entertainment. Please bring a plate of finger food for shared lunch. The group has been going for 16 years. Ph: 298-0898. Al-Anon, Al-Anon Family Groups are for people who have been affected by other people's drinking. Meeting every Friday, 8pm (including holidays) at Friendship House, Manukau shopping centre. Ph: 379-4871. Car boot sale, Covenant Church holds a car boot on November 20, 8am-11am at the church, 77 Rogers Rd, Manurewa. Spaces $5. Ph: Delwyn 267-1447. Arthritis support, Arthritis support group meets on November 20, 11am at St George's Anglican Church, 5 Landscape Rd, Papatoetoe. Teas and coffee provided. Receive support and more information about different types of arthritis as well as self-management techniques. All ages and cultures welcome. Ph: Raewyn 277-7371. Scots meet, The Robbie Burns Association holds a social afternoon of poetry, music, song and piping on November 20, 2pm-4pm at the Masonic Lodge, Grey St, Onehunga (mall end). Ph: Dave 576-5985. Floral art, Otahuhu Garden and Floral Arts Club meets on November 20, 2pm at 40 Hutton St. Venue changes each month. Friendly, fun group, share suggestions, hints and cuttings, ikebana demonstrations and floral arrangement competitions. All welcome. Ph: Jaynee 270-2612. Community dance, Zena and Ken's Community Dance holds a dance on November 20, 7.30pm-10.30pm at Te Tuhi Centre, 13 Reeves Rd, Pakuranga. Modern sequence, old time, new vogue, ballroom and latin. Cost $8 includes home-baked supper.Ph: Zena or Ken 278-7418. Trampers, Manukau Tramping Club holds a light-beginners walk to the repeater station in the Hunua Ranges on November 21, meeting at Roselands carpark in Papakura at 8.30am. Circuit starting on a suspension bridge past the Wairoa Dam and through bush. Ph: Robyn 267-7090. Country & western, South Auckland Traditional Country and Western Club meets on November 21, 1pm-5pm, at the Metro Theatre, Massey Rd, Mangere. Afternoon tea, good band. Ph: Dave 275-6258. Croquet, Manurewa Croquet Club runs golf croquet Monday 5.30pm, Saturday from 2pm, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9.30am, at the club Russell Rd. Ph: Frank 269-8555 or Eleanor 268-2245. Association croquet Wednesdays and Saturdays from 9.30am, ph: Bob 263-9135 or Margaret 255-5360. New players welcome, $3 per session includes basic coaching and use of the mallet. Wear flat soled shoes. Probus, Manurewa Gardens Probus Club meets on November 22, and every fourth Monday of the month, 10am at the Manurewa RSA clubrooms, Maich Rd. Guest speakers and monthly trips. Ph: Edward 267-2077. Scouts AGM, Papatoetoe East 1st Puhinui Scouts hold an annual general meeting on November 22, 7pm at 57A Cornwall Rd, Papatoetoe at 7pm. All welcome. Tea & trains, Old Papatoetoe Railway Station's ''By The Rails'' morning tea is on November 23, 10am-11.30am at the station, corner of Tavern Lane and St George St, Papatoetoe. Tea or coffee with a muffin or scone. Proceeds to Railway Preservation Trust. Easter procession,A Papatoetoe church group planning an Easter procession and a youth group passion play on Good Friday 2011 meets on November 23, at 7.15pm in the lounge at St George's Anglican Church hall. Organisers are hoping to make the late afternoon-early evening procession and play on April 22 an annual event. Other churches are invited to attend the planning meeting. Ph: 278-2966. Floral art, Papatoetoe Garden and Floral Art Society holds its last meeting for 2010 on November 23, 7.30pm in the Methodist Church hall, Kolmar Rd. Talk about roses and a hands-on demonstration of making a floral bunch. Floral art and cut flowers on display. Visitors and new members welcome. Ph: Rosemary 278-2223. Magic meets, Manukau Airways Group Inspiring Confidence (Magic) meets on November 24, and last Wednesday of the month, 10.15am-noon at Manurewa Cosmopolitan Club. Support group for anyone who has COPD, emphysema, asthma, etc. Speakers, light exercises and morning tea. Cost is $4. Ph: Janet 262-4453 or John 292-7652 or 276-0044 ext 8874. Tea & Topics, Mangere Bridge Library's Tea & Topics is on November 24 at 10.30am. Guest speaker Bruce Ringer will talk about the Footprints -- Step back in Time -- database. Tea and coffee afterwards. All welcome. Ph: 636-6797. Chess club, Papatoetoe Chess Club meets every Wednesday at Papatoetoe Bowling Club, 84 Cambridge Terrace, juniors (6 years and over) 6.15pm. Seniors 7.30pm. All abilities welcome, $2 per night. Ph: 278-4520. Crime seminar, Counties Manukau Multicultural Council and the police host a free crime awareness and safety seminar on November 24, 6.30pm at the conference hall, Travellers International Hotel, 190 Kirkbride Rd, Mangere. Topics range from burglary and safety to neighbourhood watch and victim support. Refreshments and snacks provided, all welcome. RSVP to Vishal 021 303-585 or Gul 021 180-9468. Garden club, Flat Bush Garden Club meets on November 24, 7.30pm at St Paul's Church. Guest speaker is Graeme Bakker. Christmas theme competition. Trading table, supper. Ph: Jill 533-7947 or Pat 250-1447. Baby loss, Baby Loss Support Group meets on November 24, and the last Wednesday of every month, 7.30pm-9pm in south Auckland. For all who are suffering from the effects of loss through abortion, miscarriage and stillbirth. For details contact Project Rachel 0800-111-811. Christmas festival, Mangere East Christmas Festival is on November 27, 10am-1pm at the Mangere East Village Green, next to the library in Massey Rd. Ph: 275-6161.
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