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Upper Hutt Leader : June 1st 2011
5 UPPER HUTT LEADER, JUNE 1, 2011 NEWS ALL YOU NEED Four Square NWD 1425 CRIDDLES CURTAINS 72 QUEEN STREET, UPPER HUTT PHONE 526 6511 Keep the warmth in this winter with Curtains from Criddles Free measure and quote Satisfaction guaranteed 2 Geange Street, Upper Hutt. Ph 527 9858 OPEN 7 DAYS THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY AND MONDAY ONLY *Conditions apply 3749149AA Come along, have fun and be taught to dance 9 Geange Street, Upper Hutt (above Top Cut Hair) - plenty of parking - opposite Upper Hutt Railway Station Email: email@example.com Web: www.danczport.co.nz For all your enquiries phone Kevin 526 6838 021 637 586 or Yvonne 970 3469 Tel: 526 6838 Children: Mondays 5.30pm Adults: Latin Tues 7.30pm Ballroom Tues 8.30pm All Welcome 2411389BH Quake concert a big hit By KAROLINE TUCKEY Back to blues: Organisers of last weekend's Concert for Christchurch say the club's best and favourite guitarist John Sutherland was a top pick for the lineup. Songstress: South African- born Upper Hutt College student Aidan Flemmer took the stage for a song, one of eight performed by students from the school. Sisters in song: Karina, left, and Cheyenne Murray- Dodd were among musicians who performed songs for about 160 punters at the Upper Hutt Cosmopolitan Club to raise funds for Christchurch earthquake victims. Crooners: Upper Hutt College band sing a tune for Christchurch at last weekend's Concert for Christchurch. From left, Cheyenne and sister Karina Murray-Dodd, Tyler Rodda-Rapana, Marka Walker- Waaka and Faa Tuuina. Photos: PETER McDONALD About 160 people packed the Upper Hutt Cosmopolitan Club on Sunday to raise funds for Canter- bury and be entertained with an evening of song and music. Local musicians played five dif- ferent sets, and organiser Kevin Meehan says he was very pleased with Concert for Christchurch which raised $1500. It s a great thing. It just gives people a good opportunity to show their best, especially with all the bad news that goes on around the world. It just created the oppor- tunity for people to get together and do things. Input from the club, musicians and supporters had been fantas- tic , he said. Entertainment included young musicians from Upper Hutt Col- lege, including band Pasifika, Cosmopolitan Club member John Sutherland playing ballads and blues, all-woman choir 10DD covering hits by band 10CC, and band Harmony Lane joined by guest Wayne Mason, reuniting several members of legendary Kiwi group The Fourmyula. We had some old hits and some new stuff, Mr Meehan said. It was very jovial; linked arms, a bit of toe-tapping and people pulling each other up for a bit of a boogie -- and only those with walk- ing sticks refused.
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