Manukau Courier : January 13th 2011
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Excellent band, open mike. All welcome. Ph: Junior 266-4908. Chapel service, Manukau City Baptist holds a chapel service tomorrow, January 14, 11am at the new church, 9 Lambie Drive, Manukau (Puhinui Rd end). Lots of parking at church. Choir, favourite hymns, message and prayer for the sick. Bring a cut lunch. Ph: Bill 278-4605. Al-Anon, Al-Anon Family Groups are for people who have been affected by other people's drinking. Meeting every Friday -- including holidays -- 8pm at Friendship House, Manukau shopping centre. Ph: 379-4871 or see www.al-anon.org.nz. Community dance, Zena and Ken's only Community Dance for January will be held on January 15, 7.30pm-10.30pm at Pakuranga Community Hall, 346 Pakuranga Rd (next to KFC). Modern sequence, old- time, new vogue. Cost $8 includes home-baked afternoon tea. All welcome. Ph: Zena or Ken 278-7418. Country & western, South Auckland Traditional Country and Western Club holds its first club day on January 16, and meets every fortnight, 1pm-5pm, at the Metro Theatre, Massey Rd, Mangere. Afternoon tea, good band. All welcome. Ph: Dave 275-6258. Kids fun, Providence Pres- byterian Church holds Going Bananas, a free holiday programme for kids 5-10 years old, January 17-21, 9am-noon at the church, 22 Rosella Rd, Mangere East. Heaps of fun, games, activities, prizes, morning tea, stories, bible time, plus more. Ph/text: Megan and Bruce 021-126-2423. English help, Auckland Regional Migrant Services helps migrants find about their level of English, English classes or community resources. To make an appointment to meet with Kathleen on January 19 or 26 at ARMS Manukau Resource Centre, Level 1, 2 Osterley Way, Manukau city (next to Work & Income). Ph: 263-5490. Refugee help, Auckland Refugee Services is looking for people to help refugees to settle here with its next free volunteer training course starting on January 22 at 165 Stoddard Rd, Mt Roskill. Volunteer support workers provide practical support and community links during their initial six months of resettlement and learn about different cultures, acquire new skills and knowledge and can gain a NZQA-accredited certificate in refugee resettlement support. See www.refugee services.org.nz or ph: 621-0013. Country music, Silver Notes Country Music Club holds its club day on January 23, 1pm- 4pm in the Holy Cross Parish hall, corner St George St and Carruth Rd, Papatoetoe. Friendly atmosphere, afternoon tea and plenty of good music with a live band. Ph: 279-4268. Jobs workshop, Free employment workshops for migrants seeking professional employment in New Zealand will be held on January 26, 9.30am at ARMS Manukau Resource Centre, Level 1, 2 Osterley Way. Workshops cover essential topics, job search skills and advice for job seekers. Ph: 263-5490. High tea, The Blue Butterfly Trust for Pancreatic Cancer holds a fundraising high tea on January 27, 4pm-7pm at Butterfly Creek, Tom Pearce Drive, Auckland airport. Cost is $40 adult, $20 child -- includes afternoon tea, butterfly house and crocodile attractions, and a glass of champagne for the adults. Ph: Tracey or Josh on 535-8180. Post-cancer exercise, Encore, a free YMCA exercise programme designed for women who have had breast cancer surgery at any time in their lives, runs every Wednesday for eight weeks from February 2, 7pm-9pm at Longford Park Village, Takanini. Based around pool and floor exercises and relaxation techniques, restores mobility, flexibility and confidence. For enrolment and medical approval forms contact local coordinator ph: 0800 ENCORE or see website www.akywca.org.nz to download the forms. Youthline, Youthline holds an eight-week personal development training course starting on February 7, in Old Papatoetoe. First step in the journey towards becoming a volunteer counsellor on the Youthline helpline. People can also choose to attend as a stand-alone course for personal growth, improved self awareness and communication skills. To register ph: 361-4170. Fertility support, Fertility NZ, the organisation that helps people with fertility issues, is running a contact group to help put people with fertility issues in touch with one another. Meets February 15 and 22 and March 1, 7.30pm- 9.30pm, in Remuera. Cost for three sessions is $10 pp or $20 per couple. Registrations essential, ph: 835-9812 or email: cg.fnzauckland@ gmail.com. Mystery tour, Onehunga Fencible & Historical Society holds a mystery bus trip on February 15 and invites friends, members & other historic societies to take part. Applications needed by February 4 so arrangements can be finalised. Ph: 636-7997 or 636-6260. Volunteers needed, Manurewa Citizens Advice Bureau is looking for volunteers and starts its next training course on March 8. As well as time volunteers need to have good listening skills and the ability and desire to learn. In return CAB provides training, supportive colleagues and real people with real issues. Ph: 266-5729. Poison safety advice Summer is a wonderful time to get involved with young children outside, and there are lots of new things to learn about and explore together at the beach, in the garden, and in the great outdoors. However, just like indoor environments, outdoors requires some safety precautions to keep young ones safe. Little children are vulnerable and depen- dent on the good care and supervision of responsible and attent- ive adults,'' says Plunket national child safety advisor Sue Campbell. National Poisons Cen- tre director Dr Wayne Temple adds: Keep chil- dren safe this summer by remembering to keep poisons out of sight, out of reach and out of mouths. If in doubt call the National Poisons Centre.'' Plunket and the National Poisons Centre both have information on keeping children safe outside. Some things to keep in mind include: Some plants are poison- ous and soil can also con- tain poisons. Teach your child never to put any- thing from the garden in their mouth. Many garden products and pool chemicals are highly poisonous, includ- ing fertilisers and pesticides. They must be kept out of reach in a high lockable cupboard that cannot be reached by climbing. Keep liquids in their original container. NEVER store poisonous liquids in soft drink bottles. Don't leave sunscreens in reach of children. First aid for jellyfish stings includes using sea water to wash the area and then soaking the area in warm water to relieve pain. While insect repellents are invaluable to ward off annoying insects, they are not appropriate for children under two years old. Avoid applying to children's hands as they can place them in their mouths or eye. If you suspect a poisoning or need poisons advice, contact the National Poisons Centre on 0800 POISON 0800 764 766. For poisons prevention information visit www.poisons.co.nz.
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