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Upper Hutt Leader : September 28th 2011
48 UPPER HUTT LEADER, SEPTEMBER 28, 2011 NEWS To order your own copy of photos in this paper, or other CCN titles, check out: pix.ccn.co.nz Totara dancers win 11-15 winner: Singer Kayla Driscoll. Under-10 winners: Totara School's dance troupe. Photos: PETER McDONALD A 34-strong dance troupe from Totara Park School won the under- 10 section of the Upper Hutt Cossie Club Children s Showcase on Sunday. Second place in the U10 category was Amanda Doile and Aeshka Edwardson was third. Kayla Driscoll won the 11 to 15 years sec- tion. Karine Murray-Dodd was sec- ond with Tori Robb and Tiffany Sirattana third equal. Finalists were: U10, Gemma Kemp, 8, dancer, Maranatha Christian School; Jasmine Clout, 9, dancer, Variety Dance Centre; Tyla-Jade Robb, 7, singer, Te Ara Whanui; ChaCha Ellis, 10, dancer, Tawhai School; Jacinda Mendoza, 9, dancer, Totara Park, and Paige Bartley, 9, dancer, Totara Park; Lisa Philipsen, 10, dancer, Water- loo; Aeshka Edwardson, 10, singer, Wainuiomata; Holly Dewar, 6, dancer, Redwood, Stokes Valley, and Caleb Burrin, 7, dancer, Red- wood, Stokes Valley; Caley McCulloch, 8, singer, Totara Park School; Amanda Doile, 10, dancer, Waterloo; and the Totara Park School dance group. 11-15 years, Callan Melaugh, 12, singer, Maidstone Intermediate; Jason Philipsen, 13, dancer, Hutt Valley High; Juliane Bush, 13, singer, Wellington High; Cheyenne Murray-Dodd, 13, singer, Upper Hutt College; Tori Robb, 11, singer, Te Ara Whanui; Kyra Radovich, 15, singer, Heretaunga College; B.O.B, Band Of Brothers, 12-13, band, Maidstone Intermediate; Tiffany Sirattana, 14, dancer, Sacred Heart; Marianne Scoble, 11, singer, St Joseph s; Brianna Anglesey, 12, singer, Thorndon; Karina Murray- Dodd, 15, singer, Upper Hutt Col- lege; Courtney Warwick, 15, enter- tainer, Variety Dance Centre; Kayla Driscoll, 15, singer, Rudolf Steiner. Ken Ring talk for seniors week A talk by Moon Man Ken Ring is among the lineup for Upper Hutt s seniors week in October. The week, in its seventh year, has grown into a collaborative event with the city library, H2O Xtream, Expressions, and the i-Site Visitor Centre. Council is committed to providing events for senior citizens and celebrating their contribution to our community, says community services director Andrea Curtis. We hope those in their golden years take the opportunity to attend the wide variety of interesting activities on offer at this year s event. The week runs from Monday till next Sunday, October 9. All activities are either free or heavily discounted. The programme includes: Monday, 11am, Ken Ring speaks at the central library, free. Tuesday, 11am, Zumba dance class for seniors, central library, free; 11am, over-60s swim free at H2O Xtream until 1pm; 1pm, Te Papa Tuesday at Expressions, painting conservators discuss Poedua, Te Papa s new paint- ing acquisition, its care and conser- vation, free. Wednesday, October 5, 10am, Tony Chad sings old-time favourites in Expressions foyer until 11am, free; 11am, share and record memories of Upper Hutt at the central library, free. Thursday, October 6, 10am, central library tours on the hour until 4pm, free; 11am, over-60s swim free at H2O Xtream until 1pm; 10.30am, pianist Clare Derby entertains in the Genesis Energy Theatre at Expressions, fol- lowed by a tour of the theatre and backstage, free. Friday, October 7, 11am, antiques road show at the central library until 4pm, free. Sunday, October 9, 11am, Silver Stream Railway, half price for Gold Card holders until 4pm. Call the Upper Hutt City Library on 527 2117 or visit upperhuttcity.com/ council for more information. Cancer fundraiser close to heart By JIMMY NESS A special movie night will be held on October 13 to sup- port breast cancer research. The evening starts at 6.30pm with a special screening of the film The Help at Upper Hutt s Ascot Cinemas. Tea, snacks and entertainment will also be provided, and a raffle which includes a bouquet and wine. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased from Vogue Woman at 2 Geange Street. Catriona Kaczon, who helped to organise the event, says she has had breast cancer and thought it was an important cause. I decided that it would be one of the things I would do each year. We are in a surgical unit at the Hutt Hospital. There s been staff members here with breast cancer and one young women died, so this is the biggest fundraiser we have done.
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