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Upper Hutt Leader : June 29th 2011
20 UPPER HUTT LEADER, JUNE 29, 2011 NEWS AOTEAROA HELP FIGHT CLIMATE CHANGE THE KIWI WAY Your donations are vital to the growth and the success of this campaign. To donate to this project & a clean energy future visit 350.org.nz or post to PO box 19134, Courtenay Place, Wgtn 350 Aotearoa engages communities, businesses and governments across New Zealand and the Pacific region to take ambitious action locally and globally on climate change. to jump on your bike, get on skates, or just on foot. Bring your neighbours, friends, and family together to show your support for moving our planet and our country away from fossil fuels. We need your support. Join us now at 350.org.nz to take action for a clean energy future! Get involved in Moving Planet, a worldwide rally to demand solutions to the climate crisis. We want you Lighting the way Up in the air: Lion David Irving assisting Alan Woodfield with the installation. All lit up: The completed lighting at the RDA arena in Silverstream. Silverstream Lions have helped buy and install lighting inside the Hutt Valley Riding for the Disabled's new arena at County Lane. They took part in a Lions Crew at Work initiative recently. They had raised funds to cover the costs of the new lights through a recent barn dance and last year's Tour de Whitemans' cycle ride and were keen to be able to assist with the installation. This Crew at Work project was an opportunity to get active with a hands-on project that helped our com- munity. It's a way of showing what our club is about and what Lions are doing internationally to make the world a better place,'' said Roy Peterson, outgoing president of the club. RDA provides a safe and profes- sional riding programme for people from every age group who have a wide range of physical, intellectual and emotional disabilities. It caters for up to 80 riders a week. The new lights will ensure that the many riders who use the facility each week will be able to continue to ride during all weather conditions as well as making the arena available for other organisations to use in the evenings. BRIDGE Results for week beginning June 20: Monday N/S P Cushnie, A Skin- ner; E/W S Smith, F Turner; Wednesday, no results; Thursday progress Swiss pairs after 9 rounds 1st A Cooke, A Duncan, 2nd D May, K Lobbett; Friday N/S A Barrett, B Dixon; E/W S Pattison, F Turner.
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