Manukau Courier : February 15th 2011
8 MANUKAU COURIER, FEBRUARY 15, 2011 NEWS Are you looking for some direction in your life? Want to meet new people and have fun? Do you want to learn some new skills? We are running a series of FREE courses from March until end of the year. Self Esteem, Positive Communication, Understanding & Managing Stress Food and Mood Employment Training Zumba & Self Defense First Aid Training For more information and to book your space contact Reima Kolose today Phone: 279 8233 Mobile: 021 495 719 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org FREE • NZQA Accredited Programmes • Career Planning • Work Based Training • Supportive environment with strong leadership *Enrolment criteria applies. FIGHT 4 our youth Achieve qualifications, confidence, life skills, good jobs and careers with BEST Youth Academy CAMPUSES AT MANUKAU & WAITAKERE • Computing • Travel and Tourism • Freight Operations • Sport • Business Administration • Employment Skills • Performing Arts BEST YOUTH ACADEMY NO FEES Tertiary Education for 16 -- 18 year olds* NCEA RESULTS DISAPPOINTING? CALL US TODAY! To arrange an audition time or for further information please call Julie Wright on 968 8780 or email email@example.com 7732 00155 subs Leap into a career as an actor, singer or dancer. Manukau Institute of Technology is holding final auditions for the new Diploma in Performing Arts which covers acting, singing and dancing, for television, theatre and much more. Auditions are being held at the MIT Faculty of Creative Arts, 60 Lovegrove Crescent, Otara 10am - 5pm Friday 18 February CONTINUED Page 10 NOTICES Breast screening, Free breast screening for women aged 45 to 69 at BreastScreen Counties Manukau's mobile clinic, until February 25, in the carpark next to the clock tower in Otara Town Centre. For an appointment ph: 0800-270-200. Garage sale, the Stewart Centre for brain injury rehabilitation in Papatoetoe needs items to sell at its twice-yearly garage sale from February 21-25. Donations welcomed of furniture, clothing, shoes, bric-a-brac, toys, books, utensils, kitchenware, mattress, bedding and linen. Ph: 278-1759 weekdays 9am- 3pm to arrange drop-off or pick-up times. Historical society, Papatoetoe Historical Society meets on February 15, 7.30pm in the Papatoetoe Hunters Corner Bowling Club, 247 Great South Rd, Hunters Corner. Parking and usual trading table available. Guest speaker Ruth Lam, an educator and researcher, will talk about Chinese fruit shops and market gardens in Papatoetoe. Reminder: The museum at 91 Cambridge Tce is open each Wednesday 10am-noon and the first Sunday of each month 2pm- 4pm. Ph: Jenny 266-0194. Community courses, eight- week courses at Mangere Community House, 141 Robertson Rd. From today, February 15, boxing for fitness, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10am-11am $30 plus $2 glove hire, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. From February 18, parenting course, 9.30am-11.30am, and gardening course, both $30. Ph: 275-4920. Jobs workshop, Free employment workshops for migrants seeking professional employment in New Zealand will be held on February 16, 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. Toastmasters, MITe Speakers Toastmasters Club meets on February 16, and every second Wednesday, 6.30pm at Manukau Institute of Technology, Room ND301. Develop confidence in a friendly atmosphere. Visitors welcome. Ph: Lance 027-241-4805. Bird club, The Auckland Metro Bird Club meets on February 16, 7.30pm in the Panmure Community Rooms, Pilkington Rd. Guest speaker, supper and general chat to follow. Visitors welcome. Ph: Dave 576-2535. English advice, Auckland Regional Migrant Services helps migrants find out about their level of English, English classes or community resources. Meet with Kathleen on February 16 or 23, at ARMS Manukau Resource Centre, Level 1, 2 Osterley Way, Manukau. To book ph: 262-5982. Lupus support, Lupus Care & Support meets on February 16, 10am-noon at the Manukau SuperClinic, Great South Rd, Manurewa. Guest speaker, supper, gold coin donation, all welcome. Ph: Paula 267-1520 or Robyn 272-3466. Bridge, the Manurewa Bridge Club has resumed Thursday evening play, 7.15pm at a new venue, the Manurewa Baptist Church Hall, 9 Lupton Rd. We are a small, friendly club and new members are always welcome. If you'd like to learn to play this fascinating game or are interested in joining the club, ph: Ian or Lorna 263-9562. Youth courses, Te Matariki Clendon Park Community Centre's Youth Services holds courses for youth aged 12-19 throughout February, including endurance challenge, orienteering, boot camp, leisure, careers and youth leadership. Open day on February 17. Ph Joseph: 269-0500.
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