Manukau Courier : March 15th 2011
13 MANUKAU COURIER, MARCH 15, 2011 NEWS Respect • Care • Fun Age2-5Years Open 7.15am - 5.45pm Phone 09 278 2788 www.topcare.co.nz 20 hours free (Condition Apply) New Centre Full Day Care Morning & Afternoon Sessions EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTRE 3453181AF Advertising Feature training Education& • Visit our stores and receive FREE gifts throughout the year by buying selected Beer, RTD's, Spirits or Wine • Receive AA Rewards throughout our stores • No Trade Sales • Specials valid whilst stocks last WITH 161 OUTLETS THROUGHOUT NZ The Liquor Centre Group NEW ZEALAND'S LARGEST LIQUOR CHAIN $33.99 $16.9 $20.99 $33.99 $23.99 $19.99 $29.99 Woodstock Bourbon & Cola 5% 330ml Bottle 12 Pk Woodstock Bourbon & Cola 8% 440ml Cans 12 Pk Cody's Bourbon & Cola 5% 250ml Cans 15 Pk NZ Pure 330ml Bottle 15Pk Ivanoff Vodka 1 Litre Specials valid until 31 March 2011. All specials may not be avaiable in some stores. Above specials only available at Liquor Centre Stores detailed below: Woodstock Bourbon 1 Litre $31.99 Otahuhu L.C. Otahuhu Caspar Road L.C. Papatoetoe Mangere Bridge L.C. Mangere Mangere Discount L.C. Mangere Savill L.C. Mangere Portage Road L.C. Papatoetoe Bairds Road L.C. Otara Mahia Discount L.C. Manurewa Everglade L.C. Manurewa Sharland Road L.C. Manurewa JJ's L.C. Flat Bush SMALL JAPANESE CAR Tyres from $75 SUBARU LEGACY Used/New Tyres from $99 ISUZU BIGHORN Quality New Tyres from $189 Q 67 East Tamaki Rd, Papatoetoe Email: email@example.com 0800 462 477 www.thetyrestore.co.nz for more monthly specials Everyday kids wanted by Jockey My team: All Black Dan Carter is looking for 15 Jockey Juniors. All Black Dan Carter has kicked off a nationwide search to find a team of 15 boys and girls to be the Face for Jockey Jun- ior.All 15 winning boys and girls aged 7 to 12 will win a once in a life- time opportunity to spend the day with Carter at an official photo shoot. Photographs from the shoot will be used in a campaign for the under- wear manufacturer s new range Jockey Sports Club. The kids will be photo- graphed with Carter in Jockey Sports Club t-shirts, singlets and running shorts. They ll also enjoy a sit- down lunch and an auto- graph session with Carter and their parent or guardian on the day. Any parent or guard- ian can nominate their own Jockey Junior by visiting their local Farmers store and pur- chasing any Jockey prod- uct to receive an official entry form. Farmers stores in south Auckland are involved in the compe- tition. As part of the compe- tition, Jockey is also looking to support each community by giving parents or guardians the chance to nominate a local sports club. Two winning clubs will win $5000 worth of uniforms, equipment and cash. The competition closes on April 29. The 15 winners will be selected by a panel of judges who are on the lookout for everyday Kiwi kids aged 7 to 12, not models, signed or otherwise. Carter will announce the winners at St Lukes Shopping Centre on May 25.Go to www.jockey junior.co.nz for more details. Tee off at tourney Papatoetoe West Rotary Club s 32nd annual char- ity golf tournament is on March 24 at Onewhero Golf Club, Churchill Rd, Pukekawa. Start times are 9am to 10.45am. The player entry fee of $60 includes green fees, refreshments, a barbecue at half way and a hot meal after play. There will also be lots of prizes, raffles and a cash bar. Proceeds will support local Rotary community projects and charities. Call event organiser Ray Strong on 278-2779 for an entry form. FROM Page 12 Options galore: Floristry opens up careers in lucrative fields such as weddings, event management, design and retail display. Flower design is a centuries old art, craft and skill. Almost anyone can enjoy it -- from the weekend gardener and flower enthusiast to the part-time florist or mas- ter designer. Yet, to really become proficient requires training. As a student at the School of Floristry, you ll receive hands-on instruc- tion from an experienced faculty comprising industry leaders who have received wide recognition.The course includes four specialist workshops conducted by industry experts that will equip you with real- world skills about the art of floral design and the operation of a retail busi- ness. With their small class sizes, you ll receive individualised attention. According to Academy manager, Lynn Leech, the ability to strike out on their own is what dis- tinguishes the profes- sional from the amateur. The School provides strong fundamentals with which to start a suc- cessful career, she says. The course pathways to the level 4 National Certificate (Advanced) taking students to Senior Florist level. Established professionals who wish to enhance their design and profession skills will also benefit. Academy New Zealand's School of Floristry is conveniently located at 51 Huia Road, Otahuhu, to serve commuter traffic from the train station and bus routes. Plus there's plenty of free parking. Call 276 0576 or view www.academy.ac.nz for more information.
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