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Upper Hutt Leader : September 28th 2011
7 UPPER HUTT LEADER, SEPTEMBER 28, 2011 Region shows its fashionable best Pretty in pink: Debbie Bougen in a Frattini hot pink dress. Paisley print: Sue Woodwark models an Agenda red Paisley tunic and Revue cardi. All photos are of garments from Vogue Woman, Upper Hutt. Printed matter: Rachel Anderson wears a Revue print tunic. Rainbow colours: Sally Fox in a Veeca multi-coloured dress. More than 200 people attended a special viewing from leading fashion houses in Upper Hutt, Lower Hutt, Petone and Welling- ton at Hutt International Boys' School. Vogue Woman, Kimberleys, Goodness and Voon featured their latest spring ranges to wow the demanding audience. The evening, titled Fusion'', showcased how the greater Wel- lington region had come together to present a fabulous fashion event. Colours led the direction of the coming season. Accessories captured the need to transpose the simplest of garments into elegant, desirable fashion necessi- ties. Local artisans were also present during the evening to promote their products, such as Rosenda Upton with OTT Designer Coats and Spencer Jane Design Jewel- lery. Key sponsors for the evening were Pak 'n Save, New Leaf Skincare and Euphoria Hair Design, all of Upper Hutt. Funds from the evening went to the HIBS international service team's trip to Vietnam in 2012. Proudly 100% NZ owned and operated and supporting the Community since 1971. www.madbutcher.co.nz Offers valid from Mon 26th September - Sun 2nd October. All Stores Open 7 Days It's Daylight Savings and all Mad Butcher Stores are OPEN TO 7pm EVERY NIGHT! Fresh Sliced Rump Steak $9.99 kilo only Save $7kg off our everyday low price! 60 Pre Cooked BBQ Sausages $20 for only Wow -- that's under 34 cents a sausage! Lean Premium Beef Mince $9.99 kilo only Save $4kg off our everyday low price! 3983424AE UPPER HUTT -- 2 minutes north of the City Centre on Fergusson Drive PH 526 4581 Fijian schoolchildren to benefit from local book drive By JIMMY NESS Fijian children will receive new reading material thanks to Upper Hutt's Lloyd Huntsman. The Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints is working with Mr Huntsman to donate books from the Wairarapa and Hutt Valley, as part of the Lower North Island Books For Fiji''. We appreciate the many great books we've received from schools and individuals. It's a wonderful opportunity to help children in Fiji with their education,'' he says. The scheme collects and sends books to children in parts of Fiji where school resources are affec- ted. Fijian High Commission acting head of mission Mere Tora says the donated books will be greatly appreciated by children of rural schools in Fiji where competing demands on limited financial resources often place other edu- cation needs ahead of reading books. Project director Eileen Mueller says the collection started in Aug- ust. We might have collected 10 or 15,000 [books] already or it could be more, it's really hard to guess.'' She says there are more than 70 schools in Fiji which each need 1500 books for libraries. Books are being collected at Pinehaven and St Joseph's Schools as well as Upper Hutt's Church of Jesus Christ of the Lat- ter Day Saintsuntil October 4. Email email@example.com or see NZ books for Fiji on Facebook.
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