Manukau Courier : April 10th 2014
12 MANUKAU COURIER, APRIL 10, 2014 NEWS www.stuff.co.nz Manurewa. It offers lessons for anyone interested in playing social bridge. Small friendly club, new members welcome. Ph Vivienne 268 4205 or Lorna 263 9562. FROM Page 10 Fresh Tegel NZ Chicken Tenderloins Dole Philippine Tropical Gold Pineapples $ 99 kg Wattie’s Baked Beans/ Spaghetti Regular 420g $299 each Wattie’s Peaches/Pears/ Apricots/Fruit Salad 400-410g $129 each Chesdale Cheese Slices 250g $299 each Eta Munchos/ Cruncheese/Cheese Balls/Skof/Spuds 100-175g $169 each $129 each Fresh-Up Fruit Juice 3L $399 each Coke/Sprite/Fanta/Lift/ L&P 2.25L $299 each Local, convenient & friendly SuperValue Mangere Bridge: 40 Coronation Road, Mangere Bridge, Auckland. Phone 636 8424. Open 6am-9pm, 7 days. SuperValue Flatbush: 8/130 Dawson Rd, Flatbush, Auckland. Phone 274 4060. Open 6.30am-10pm, 7 days. SuperValue Hall Ave: Hall Ave, Otahuhu, Auckland. Phone 276 6161. Open 6am-9pm, 7 days. quantities. All limits specified apply per customer per day. Trade not supplied. Prepared meals are serving suggestions only. Props not included. Certain products may not be available in all stores. Proprietary brands not for resale. All stores hold A grade food hygiene certificates. Customer Support Freephone 0800 40 40 40. Specials available from Thursday, 10th April until Sunday, 13th April 2014 or while stocks last. We reserve the right to limit svmc1004 Next week’s specials available to view from 12 noon each Sunday @ ➤ NOTICES Naval Association, the Royal New Zealand Naval Association’s Counties Branch holds a special general meeting on April 13, 1pm, at the Freyberg Room, Manurewa RSA. Agenda item for discussion is to set subscriptions for the 2014-2015 financial year. This will be the only item for discussion. PhH 298 5964. Country and western, South Auckland Traditional Country and Western Club meets on April 13, and every fortnight, 1pm-5pm, at the Metro Theatre, Massey Rd, Mangere. Afternoon tea, good band, door fee $2 members, $3 nonmembers. All welcome. Ph Dave 275 6258. Sunday concert, Manukau Concert Band joins with the City of Auckland Singers for a concert on April 13, 2pm at Ormiston Senior College, Ormiston Rd, Flatbush. Tickets $15 adults, $12 students and seniors, $40 family of 4, door sales. Free playgroup, St Johns Community Centre runs a free playgroup Monday to Wednesday, 9am to 1pm during term time, at the centre 120 Great South Rd, Hunters Corner. Parents and caregivers with children from newborn to 5 years of age are able to play and learn together. Donations appreciated. Ph 278 2746. U3A, Manurewa U3A (Learning for Seniors) meets on April 14, 9.45am in the Community Room, Manurewa Library. Guest speaker is Dr John Sturt, former missionary doctor in Papua New Guinea. Visitors welcome. Ph Phil 267 1260. Grow group, Another day... How will I ever cope? If this is the start of your day don’t despair. The Grow Group holds a free weekly meeting every Monday 10am-noon at 16 Puhinui Rd, Paptoetoe. Ph Vicky 269-3113. Indoor bowls, Papatoetoe Hunters Corner Bowling Club hosts indoor bowls on Mondays and Fridays, arrive by 12.45 for a 1pm start. Subs $5 for season and $1 each day. Ph Ken 278 3339 or Elaine 278 3820. Women meet, National Council of Women’s Manukau branch meets on April 14, and every second Monday of the month, 6pm at the Papatoetoe Chambers, upstairs, 35 St George St. Ph Laurice 250 4646 or 278 4558. Forest and Bird, South Auckland branch of the Forest and Bird Society meets on April 14, 7.30pm at The Gardens Community Hall, Mt Lebanon Cres, The Gardens. Guest speaker Alicia Warren discusses the significant effect mice have on restoration projects. All welcome. Ph 534 8917. Wriggle and Rhyme, Manukau Library holds Wriggle and Rhyme sessions for babies and preschool children every Tuesday during term time, 9.30am-10am at the library, 3 Osterley Way. The library also holds Rhymetime with stories every Tuesday during term time,10.30am-11am – rhymes and stories with music and movement for toddlers and preschoolers. Ph 262 5748. Knitting group, Knitting group meets on April 15, and every first and third Tuesday of the month, 10am-noon, at St Anne’s Catholic Church in Manurewa. For people interested in learning to knit or getting together for a knit and a chat. Bring your own knitting or needlework or knit towards easy projects to go out to the community. Donations of yarn appreciated. Ph Tina 266 7699. Ladies Probus, Papatoetoe Ladies Probus meets on April 15, and every third Tuesday of the month, 10am in the Methodist Church hall, Kolmar Rd. Interesting speakers and monthly trips. Ph Laura 278 7811. Op shop, St Andrew’s op shop now has a wide range of autumn and winter clothing, open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 10am-2pm, at 150 Great South Rd, Manurewa. Library tours, Te Matariki Clendon Library holds tours of the library every Tuesday, except school holidays, 10am11am. Learn about our collections and the library catalogue. Exercise class, Gentle exercise class to music for seniors every Tuesday, 10.15am at St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church hall, 150 Great South Rd, Manurewa. Easy fun exercise aimed at the senior age group. Cost $5 a session. Tea and biscuits afterwards. Ph Kath 298 4577. Historical society, Mangere Historical Society meets on April 15, and every third Tuesday of the month, 1.30pm at St James Church hall, Church Rd, Mangere Bridge. Guest speaker. New members welcome. Ph Janet 636 8386. Bird club, Auckland Metro Bird Club meets on April 15, and the third Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm in the Panmure Community Rooms, Pilkington Road, Panmure. Guest speaker. All welcome, supper to follow. Ph Dave 580 0185. Historical society, Papatoetoe Historical Society meets on April 15, 7.30pm in the Papatoetoe Hunters Corner Bowling Club, 247 Great South Rd, Hunters Corner. Parking and usual trading table available. Guest speaker is Alison O’Sullivan who will talk about some of her family – the Wallaces who are buried in St John’s Presbyterian Church cemetery. Ph Jenny 266 0194. Museum open, Otahuhu Historical Society’s museum will be open for viewing or research on April 16, 10amnoon, and and every Wednesday in the Otahuhu Library building, High St, upstairs at the rear of the building. Ph Ray 276 8225. Toastmasters, MITe Speakers Toastmasters Club meets on April 16, and every second Wednesday, 6.30pm at Manukau Institute of Technology, ND Block, Room 301. Develop confidence in a friendly atmosphere. Visitors welcome Ph Ph Rae 236 4296. Ezy exercise, The Ezy Exercise class and cardiac group for seniors meets on Thursdays, 1.30pm-2.30pm at the Papatoetoe Town Hall, St George St, Old Papatoetoe. Gentle exercise class to music for both men and women, tea and biscuits afterwards. $4 per session. Ph Kath 298 4577. Book club, Mangere Bridge Library holds an Evening Book Club on April 17, 7pm. Come and join us for lively discussions about your favourite (or not so favourite) books. Bridge club, Manurewa Bridge Club meets every Thursday, 7.15pm at Elmwood Village Residents Centre, 131 Hill Rd, Fun day, Nanaksar Education Phulwari Childcare Centre celebrates its 5th birthday with a family fun day on April 19, in the Nanaksar Sikh Temple car park. Performances by childcare children, face painting, magic show, bouncy castle and more. All welcome. Ph 269 3546. Neighbourhood Support, There will be no Papatoetoe Neighbourhood Support community meeting in April. Next meeting will be on June 20. Garden club, Otahuhu Garden Club meets on April 19, and every third Saturday of the month, 1pm, at the hall at 90 High St. Friendly, fun group. All ages welcome. Share cuttings and gardening skills, gold coin donation and bring biscuits for shared afternoon tea. Ph Sheryl 276 1401. Country music, Silver Notes Country Music Club holds its club day on April 20, 1pm-4pm in the St George’s Bowls Club hall, 84 Cambridge Tce, Papatoetoe. Friendly atmosphere, afternoon tea and plenty of good music with a live band. Door fee $3. Ph 279 4268. Smear tests, Free cervical smear tests on April 22, 9.30am-3pm at WONS mobile clinic, WINZ Manurewa, 12 Selwyn Rd. No appointment necessary. Ph 846 7886. Annual meeting, Friends of the Royal New Zealand Ballet – Auckland branch hold an annual general meeting on May 18, 3pm, St Lukes Church, 130 Remuera Rd, Remuera. Followed by drinks and nibbles. All welcome. Ph Christine 575 5984. Toughlove, Toughlove Auckland runs parent support groups in south Auckland, providing support for parents experiencing unacceptable teenage behaviour. For venue details Ph 624 4363. Gambling help, Gambling a problem? Gamblers Anonymous group meets every Tuesday, 7.15pm at St John’s Church complex, 120 Great South Rd, Papatoetoe. Ph Denis 813 6647. Fun day, Free family fun carnival day on April 25, 10am -noon, at Papatoetoe Chapel, 33 Rangitoto St. Prizes, carnival games, sausage sizzle etc. All welcome. If you plan to attend ph Tim 021 296 3767. Anzac Salute, Papakura Brass presents its annual Anzac Salute on April 27, 2pm at Hawkins Theatre, Papakura. An afternoon of great music featuring special guest soloist Riki McDonnell, NZ eupho champion. Tickets from Papakura Paper Power 298 5280 or door sales on the day. Family Night, The Womens Section of Papatoetoe RSA hosts a Family Night Reunion on May 16. For all members’ families and children to celebrate our anniversary. We want to include all the children from Papatoetoe RSA Family Nights who have taken part in the Papatoetoe Santa Parade in our celebrations. Ph Yvonne 274 5532. Disabled support, Disability support group meets at Clendon Recreation Centre in Weymouth. Helping disabled to reach goals in the community and independence. Ph Kyle 268 7489.
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