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Upper Hutt Leader : October 12th 2011
15 UPPER HUTT LEADER, OCTOBER 12, 2011 NEWS Grow Your Own and Save! THE MEGA SPRING CAR PARK EVENT GET YOUR OUTDOORS LOOKING GREAT FOR SUMMER ! • Power Garden • Building Supplies • Green Goods • Outdoor Furniture • Barbeques • Plus Heaps More.... Friday 14 October - Monday 17 October 100% HUTT VALLEY OWNED DEALS ON POTS Assorted pots in a range of shapes, styles and sizes and colours Range may vary between stores. While stocks last. 4095944AA 9 Park Street, Upper Hutt 04 527 2227 MON -- FRI 7am-6pm SAT,SUN & PUBLIC HOLIDAYS 8am-6pm STORE ACTIVITIES SATURDAY & SUNDAY • Face Painting • Community BBQ • Bouncy Castle (weather permitting) UPPER HUTT Funded by: Supported by: Kick off for Plate Cup: 12.00pm South Sudan VS Vatican City Kick off for Gold Cup: 2.00pm Wellington International Stars VS UK Kiwi Venue: Harcourt Park, Upper Hutt. Home ground of Upper Hutt Soccer Club. Vrophy presentation immediately after the gold Þnal match. Celebrating and Showcasing Diversity. Growing Football in the Community. Upper Hutt Multicultural Council present 2011 Ethnic Community Football Tournament Finals. 15th October,2011 4104895AA Bigger and better Three times a winner: Upper Hutt Parents Centre president Sarah Kitchen and committee member Kara Tait with daughter Millicent Tait, six months. UH Parents Centre receives award Upper Hutt Parents Centre was recognised for its work in the education and child/youth devel- opment section at the Welling- ton Airport Regional Com- munity Awards last Thursday. Two days later, at the Parents Centre Volunteer Symposium at Waipuna Hotel in Auckland, the centre was awarded the Bigger and Better Award and its presi- dent, Sarah Kitchen, received the chief executive's Award of Excellence. Ms Kitchen says it is great for the hard-working team of parents centre volunteers to be recognised. Handing over the Bigger and Better Award speech, Parents Centre regional operations ma- nager Joan Hay said there were a number of factors leading to the award, ranging from having a committee with every position filled, development of a compre- hensive Centre Plan; increased membership numbers; increased attendances at parent education programmes and overall increased awareness. Ms Hay also acknowledged the relationship the centre had developed with The Upper Hutt Leader. Parents Centre chief executive Viv Gurrey presented the Chief Executive Award of Excellence. Ms Gurrey said: During the time she [Ms Kitchen] has been president, the membership of the centre has doubled due to the tremendous efforts of this person as a leader within her team. She is someone who has a sense of determination and vision for her centre and has not been afraid of challenges.''
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