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Upper Hutt Leader : August 10th 2011
16 UPPER HUTT LEADER, AUGUST 10, 2011 NEWS Why are more and more Upper Hutt families choosing PORSE? 528 0136 www.PORSE.co.nz Come and see the PORSE Programme in action! Chat with our educators and staff to see if PORSE is for you. PORSE PlaySchool Thursdays 9.45am - 11.30am Riverstones Church 713 Fergusson Drive Nature PlaySchool Fridays, 10am Moonshine Park, Upper Hutt, top of Moonshine road by the river Because parents instinctively know, home is best, and research confirms it! Research consistently shows us that children who have secure and loving relationships with consistent caregivers do best. While each child is different, recent studies show that children in childcare experience heightened stress levels in large groups of children and when with unfamiliar or changing caregivers. A PORSE home offers your child a loving environment with less stress, exible routines and a PORSE Educator to offer one on one special care and attention. Become one of the many Upper Hutt families enjoying the benets of In Home Childcare with PORSE. WINZ, Multi-Birth and 20 Hours ECE subsidies apply. 3859308AB UPPER HUTT VETERINARY HOSPITAL & CATTERY 578 Fergusson Drive, Upper Hutt Tel: 528 4788 We believe in providing professional service without costly price tags. Come in and see us today: youll notce the diﬀerence! It's Pet Dental Month! Call In For Great Advice on How To Keep Your Pet's Teeth Pearly White and take advantage of our FREE Pet Dental Checks with our Nurses DON'T FORGET! Eukanuba & Iams Customer Loyalty Cards In Store Now. 2150018BV • Key Cutting while you wait • Leather Care Products & Accessories EDSERS Shoe & Bag Repairs We care about your soles 8 Princes St, Upper Hutt PH 528 3847 ALL WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED 3840156AD LOOKING FOR A CHEAPER OPTION FOR YOUR RUBBISH? 140L Wheelibin for an annual cost paid in full still only $200 Monthly direct debit of $20 which works out to $4.62 per week 240L Wheelibin for a Monthly direct debit of $26.50 which works out to $6.12 per week STILL SERVICING THE VALLEY AFTER OVER 20 YEARS AND STILL OFFERING THE MOST RELIABLE SERVICE AND COMPETITIVE PRICES Ph: 0800 Wheelie Order online www.wheelibin.co.nz 3623965AB $11 LUNCHES (lunch size chicken or lamb or vegetarian with rice and plain naan) • Monday-Saturday 11.30am-2p m • Dinner 7 Days From 5pm • Food cooked to order • Table service • Eat fresh 3623841AA Dine in, Takeaways & Home Deliveries Ph 528 7232 Logan St, The Mall Upper Hutt www.littleindia.co.nz 2p 2pm m NOW OPEN FOR SATURDAY LUNCH We pride ourselves on individually preparing each of our dishes using only the freshest and finest ingredients "DO TRY US!" 3410711AA Referendum presentation to be held A public meeting about the Novem- ber 26 referendum on the voting sys- tem will be held on August 30. The meeting, organised by the Electoral Commission and sponsored by Silverstream Lions, will be a pres- entation of about 50 minutes at Sil- verstream School hall at 7.30pm. Upper Hutt skaters on a roll at challenge Upper Hutt skaters, including Kyra Thomson, 14, and Emma Hazelwood, 17, enjoyed success at a recent top-level roller- skating competition in Napier. The Graeme Shepperd Chal- lenge (The New Zealand Cup) is run under international rules and is open to skaters from any- where in New Zealand. It is the selection event for the team to represent New Zealand at the world championships in Brazil in November, and the Oceania championships in Auckland in April next year. In the international grade events, New Zealand's top skaters vied for placings to rep- resent their country. There were also two non- international grades -- GSC juv- enile and GSC preliminary -- to allow less advanced skaters the chance to compete under inter- national rules and be judged by international class judges. Sixteen skaters from Upper Hutt brought home 20 medals in international grade events and four in non-international. Three of these four were from 11-year- old Katelyn Kennedy, who won all three of her preliminary grade events. Because of her age, Emma Patrick, 18, was able to compete in both senior and junior inter- national grade events. She won both senior and junior inter- national figures, and placed sec- ond in senior international freeskating and third in junior international freeskating. Kyra won youth international figures and youth international freeskating grades, and took out a bronze in junior international solo dance -- an age grade two years above her. Terriann Randle and Jordan Bougen, both 13, also skated well in their first year in inter- national grades. Terriann won cadet inter- national freeskating and was second in cadet international figures and cadet international solo dance. Jordan won cadet inter- national solo dance and placed third in cadet international figures. She also placed second in the non-international GSC preliminary freeskating event. Selections for the New Zea- land team to attend the world and Oceania championships are expected to be announced this month. Those who do not make it into the Oceania championships team may -- if there are still places available -- have another chance to qualify at the national championships in Timaru in January. UPPER HUTT SKATERS' RESULTS Figures senior international Emma Patrick 1; junior international ladies Emma Patrick 1, Emma Hazelwood 4, Tanja deWilde 6; junior international men's Jack Patrick 1; youth international Kyra Thomson 1, Grace Cooper 4, Martina Steiner 5; masters international ladies Paula Boulcott 1; masters international men's Roger Boulcott 1; cadet international Terriann Randle 2, Jordan Bougen 3; GSC preliminary Katelyn Kennedy 1; GSC juvenile Michaela Steiner 5; freeskating senior international Emma Patrick 2; junior international Emma Patrick 3; youth international Kyra Thomson 1, Martina Steiner 4; cadet international Terriann Randle 1; GSC preliminary Katelyn Kennedy 1, Jordan Bougen 2; GSC juvenile Michaela Steiner 6; solo dance senior international Sarah-Jane Jones 1; junior international Emma Hazelwood 2, Kyra Thomson 3, Stefanie McCallum 5, Tanja deWilde 7; youth international Grace Cooper 4, Samantha Whitham 9; masters international Paula Boulcott 2; cadet international Jordan Bougen 1, Terriann Randle 2; GSC preliminary Katelyn Kennedy 1; dance pairs masters international Roger and Paula Boulcott 1.
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