Manukau Courier : December 16th 2010
9 MANUKAU COURIER, DECEMBER 16, 2010 NEWS Freshly Cooked Titree Smoked Ham on the bone 109 Cavendish Drive, Manukau Quarter Hams ..............from $25.00 each Half Hams ....................from $40.00 Whole Hams ................from $95.00 Try the Best Hams in Auckland OPEN THROUGH XMAS & NY'S! PLUS IN-STORE SPECIALS ON NAILS, HARDWARE FRAMING, RETAINING AND MUCH, MORE.. DECKING FENCING All prices exclude GST. Offers only valid while stocks last and if paid for in full by either: Cash, Eftpos, Visa or MasterCard. Only closed Sundays & Public Holidays. Hours: M-F 7.00am-5.00pm S 7.30am-12.00pm Manukau City Branch 32 Noel Burnside Road 09 277 7695 100X40 REGULAR H3.2 G/T$1.79/m 100X40 PREMIUM H3.2 G/T $3.35/m 100X25 PREMIUM H3.2 G/T $2.30/m Mt Roskill Branch 50 Frost Road 09 620 4069 75X50 H3.2 RAIL 4.8M $8.95 ea 150X19 M H3.2 PAILINGS 1.8M $2.10 ea 150X19 M H3.2 PAILINGS 1.5M $1.80 ea 150X19 M H3.2 PAILINGS 1.2M $1.42 ea www.wiritimber.co.nz Helping hand for students Three adult students have been given a help- ing hand to keep on with their studies thanks to a Rotary scholarship. Sarah Staples, Ruth Mataroa and Prakash Wati have received Harry Rose Memorial Scholarships from the Papatoetoe West Rotary Club. Awardees are selected from Manukau Institute of Technology adult students. They each receive $1500 to be spent on their education fees and study costs. This year s awards were presented at a special Papatoetoe West Rotary Club presen- tation. Butcher says thanks with family fun day Time for a sausage: Matthew Morton, 5, enjoys a sausage straight off the barbecue. Free ride: Bailey McQuoid, 4, gives the merry-go-round a burst. Big demand: Hungry Aucklanders queue for a free sausage. No fear: DJ Dow, 2, zooms past 11-year-old Shaydene Castle on one of the many novelty attractions. Photos: SHANE WENZLICK Thumbs up: Qwinnall Ngaha and daughter one-year- old Mareikura from Papakura enjoy a free day of fun. Thanks -- that s the message from the Mad Butcher and Suburban Newspapers Community Trust to all our readers. And what better way to show that appreciation than through a free family fun day at the Ellerslie racecourse. Thousands of people turned up to the annual event on Sunday -- mak- ing the most of the great weather, barbecued sausages, novelty rides, Tip Top icecreams and entertain- ment. The trust, working in partner- ship with this newspaper, has run two major fundraising appeals this year. The League for Life project was established to support rugby league players of all ages and abilities who fall on hard times while Operation Heal secured much-needed funds to buy high-tech operating equipment at the National Burn Unit. Readers got right behind us on both counts and together we all made a difference, chairman Sir Peter Leitch says. The family fun day is our way of saying well done and thank you for your fantastic support.
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