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Upper Hutt Leader : June 22nd 2011
3 UPPER HUTT LEADER, JUNE 22, 2011 NEWS Fast Approval CASH NOW 245 High Street 24 Queen Street Lower Hutt Wainuiomata Phone: 566 0989 Phone: 564 1596 *All Loans Subject to Normal Lending Criteria Loans for all reasons ADELPHI FINANCE LTD The Established Company HN105346/wh Amounts $500 to $5000 Providing Cash Solutions 40 Years of Financial Service Phone 528 2331 at any time www.geeandhickton.co.nz GU02 Dana Brown Nat Cert FD Funeral Director Gavin Murphy Dip. Funeral Services General Manager 3816318AA Lower Hutt 140 High Street Ph: 569 8769 Upper Hutt 117 Main Street Ph: 528 4215 Kilbirnie 53 Bay Road Ph: 387 2701 FASHION BOUTIQUES WHERE STYLE IS NOT EXPENSIVE WINTER SALE NOW ON GREAT SELECTION GREAT BARGAINS SIZES 8--20 Dances move residents By ROSEMARY McLENNAN Message service: Twitter was the message in this dance by Fraser Crescent School pupils, from left, Maddie Latta, Sarah Lee and Maia Douglas-Baker. Photos: ROSEMARY McLENNAN Joining in: Fergusson resident Mary McIntyre enjoys the entertainment. Young dancer: Acacia Taramai, 8, impressed with a jazz dance. Fast feet: Essen Vicente from the Porirua Seventh Day Adventist Church performs a Filipino ''tinikling'' dance jumping in and out of moving bamboo poles. Other members performed a Cook Islands hula dance. Fergusson Home and Hospital residents enjoyed watching dance and some even took to the floor as part of a global challenge last week. The home is part of the Bupa group which has facilities around the world. The week-long global challenge, Shall We Dance?'', was about getting people mov- ing and leading happier and healthier lives. Recreation staff member Anne War- mouth and her team put together a week- long programme of activities and visitors who performed against a backdrop of dance-themed decorations. On Wednesday a two-hour show included performances to 180 residents by some of Fraser Crescent School's J Rock dancers (they featured on the front page of the Upper Hutt Leader on June 1), and a special afternoon tea. Caregiver Verne gave bellydance performances; volunteer Tina Crooke, a Television One Good Sort, organised a group to give a ballroom dance performance to live music by Tony Chad, and Chilton Dance Academy youngsters aged 5-9 performed. The last event for the afternoon was Aiden, 8, and Nicole, 13, with their dancing dogs trained by Karen Sadler. Mrs Warmouth said the residents loved the many performances. You can see the expressions on their faces . . . it brought many memories back.''
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