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Upper Hutt Leader : June 15th 2011
8 UPPER HUTT LEADER, JUNE 15, 2011 NEWS OVER 80 NEW AND USED VEHICLES IN STOCK Garry Ashton 021 242 2144 www.kingtoyota.co.nz Corner Main and Gibbons Street, Upper Hutt All enquiries 04 920 7770 Victor Parker 021 242 2466 2008 TOYOTA COROLLA 1.8 GX SEDAN 6 Speed Manual $18,990 2010 TOYOTA COROLLA HATCH 1.8 GX AUTO 33,900km, White, 9 airbags, traction control. A/C Signature Class Benefits $24,990 2001 TOYOTA COROLLA 1.5 Auto Sedan, 2 airbags Higher k's, great reliable first car $9,990 3373562AN 1998 NISSAN PRIMERA 4dr Sedan 2 litre auto $8,990 2009 TOYOTA COROLLA 1.8 GX HATCHBACK 6 Speed Manual 49,950kms Signature Class Benefits $21,500 2010 DAIHATSU SIRION 1.3 Auto Hatchback. Red, Ex Demo, Only 1,650km, Balance Of New Car Warranty $20,990 2008 TOYOTA CAMRY GL auto sedan , 54000km , Silver, Enjoy Signature class benefits on this vehicle $24,990 2005 TOYOTA VITZ 5 dr hatchback, auto, 83,500km, white. Economical 1.3 litre engine $13,490 1999 MAZDA FAMILIA 1.5 litre hatchback, manual, 65,750km, 2 airbags, ABS, Air con $9,990 NZQA registered and accredited Teaching Level 1, 2, 3 and a selection of Level 4 Elementary = 38 weeks Advanced = 24 weeks (Courses staggered throughout the year) PHC027W WELLINGTON 336 High Street, Lower Hutt Ph: 04 570 0960 www.hairdressing.org.nz email: firstname.lastname@example.org Government Loans and/or Student Allowances available for course fees and living expenses. PREMIER Hairdressing Courses Next course starts: 13th June 2011 Enrol Now! Criteria applies Your locally owned and operated insulation specialists SERVICING HUTT VALLEY TO WELLINGTON CHECK OUT OUR ONLINE SPECIALS ON YELLOW.CO.NZ www.hotstuffinsulators.co.nz FORAWARMER,HEALTHIERAND ENERGY EFFICIENT HOME PHONE US TODAY 0508 468 788 FOR A FREE IN-HOME ASSESSMENT & QUOTE We provide total insulation and expert installation service for your home (old or new) Plus Full Home Energy Efficiency Rating and Report 3240690AJ Licenced + BYO Wine Only 92 Main Street, Upper Hutt • Ph: 04 527 9285 Long established restaurant serving authentic Upper Hutt's 3703285AD Yummy! INDIAN & TANDOORI CUISINE LUNCH: Wed-Fri 12-2pm DINNER: Tue-Sun 5pm-late Silverstream Lions honoured Fundraising efforts a huge success ' It is very rewarding to help fulfil community needs, and it is a great honour to be presented with this award. ' Roy Peterson Silverstream Lions The Lions Club of Silver- stream has received a cer- tificate of appreciation by the Lions Clubs Inter- national Foundation to recognise their extensive fundraising for rebuilding Wellington s Ronald McDonald House. Silverstream Lions raised $10,000 through their Tour de Whitemans cycle ride, but after some discussions with Lesley Slieker, chief of Ronald McDonald House Wellington, decided to set themselves a target of $130,000. After approaching other Lions clubs in the lower North Island, this target was easily reached, so the target was lifted. At the recent ground breaking ceremony a cheque for $500,000 was given by Lions to begin construction. The new house in Riddiford St is needed as its 12 rooms are barely adequate to cater for the demand from families with sick children in hospital, frequently turning away families in need. The new house will have 34 rooms to accommodate families. Many stay at least a week while some stay for up to a year. Roy Peterson and Rex Bullard, from Silverstream Lions, have travelled 19,500 kilometres visiting clubs from Gisborne, Ruapehu, New Plymouth, Blenheim and Nelson in order to encourage other Lions clubs to support the project. As a result, Lions have given $730,000 towards a new target of $1 million which will fund an entire floor to be known as The Lions Den. The Lions Clubs Inter- national Foundation has also contributed US$75,000 towards the project and will have a room named in their honour. President Roy Peterson, of Silverstream Lions Club, was presented with the cer- tificate of appreciation by Eberhard J Wirfs, chair- man, Lions Clubs Inter- national Foundation, at a recent Lions convention. It is very rewarding to help fulfil community needs, and it is a great honour to be presented with this award, said Mr Peterson. Stalwarts of RSA die Two past presidents of the Stokes Valley and Upper Hutt RSA clubs were laid to rest in the past week. The funeral of Stokes Valley s Bill Jarvie, the club s patron and first life member and prominent freemason, was held on Friday. The funeral for Upper Hutt s Joe Cochrane, who gave a lifetime of service to Upper Hutt and was to be presented with life membership of the RSA branch this Friday, was on Monday. Full obituaries, next week.
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