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Upper Hutt Leader : November 23rd 2011
28 UPPER HUTT LEADER, NOVEMBER 23, 2011 NEWS 2514457DP HOUSE OF THE WEEK 5 BEDROOMS+ FOR $299,000 63D Blackbeech Street, Birchville Yes you did read right. If you need that extra space, then this is one of the best value for money family homes available. Located in a safe grove it is handy to bus route, local dairy and just a few minutes to city shops, rail and schooling to all levels. This 135m2, tidy home boasts a lounge area with slider out to a large sunny deck, a cosy wood burner for those cool winter days, modern kitchen, gas infinity hot water, a fully fenced section and a large double garage for dad to potter in. For sale with a Buyer Enquiry over $299,000 invited. Available now by calling Yan Quesnel on 04 527 9217 any time. OPEN HOME Sunday 2.00-2.45pm VIEW BY APPOINTMENT Call Yan Quesnel B: 04 527 9217 BRIDGE RESULTS Upper Hutt Bridge Club results for week starting Monday, Novem- ber 14: Monday N/S E Pritchard, C Vil- lain; E/W J Scott, P Sharon; Thursday N/S K Jackson, S Flaws; E/W R Flaws B Pritchard; Friday N/S A Lippross, M Renner; E/W N Church, P Wasson. Medical emergency: ''Dr Warmer'' and ''Dr Warmest'', played by Ben Keno and Liam Edwards, attempt to revive shot pizza delivery guy, played by Sam Wilkes, in a Shortland Street takeoff. Time for a great show Beehive hairstyles, old tele- vision themes, lime green pant suits and sonic screw drivers. Upper Hutt s Arts a Go Go! s annual show held on November 12 at Lower Hutt s Little Theatre had it all. The script, written by Arts a Go Go! drama teacher and Chap- man Tripp nominee Phoebe Smith, had five children watching Doctor Who sucked into the television with a creature s desire to use their energy forces. Instead the kids were sent to a scene from Doctor Who back in 1963. In an amusing attempt to get back home, the kids travelled through time and space in a tardis into the hypnotic history of television. One hundred Arts a Go Go! performing arts students aged six to 15 acted, sang and danced, allowing the audience relive such shows as The Munsters, The Brady Bunch, C'mon, The Love Boat, early Shortland Street and Father Ted. Writing a script that gives every child an opportunity to shine, while incorporating the many aspects of Arts a Go Go! with drama, dance, singing and Irish dancing is not an easy task but one we aspire to every year, says director Rachel Main. Co-ordinating all the groups into one dramatic storyline, rather than a concert format is always a challenge but one that is very worth it. The show once again involved significant sound and lighting and added to that this year were 14 projector cues. The people of Upper Hutt were very supportive and where possible Arts a Go Go! creates set, props and costumes using products from local businesses. Thank goodness for secondhand shops, says Ms Main. The rest of the year for Arts a Go Go! sees an informal show for their four and five-year-old students at The Spot . This is followed up by a fun time for the six-year-olds and over in the Upper Hutt Leader Santa Parade on December 3. OUTSTANDING VALUE, LUXURY THROUGHOUT 10 WH 3.3x3 .0 6.0 0x5.7 4.7x4.7 4.7x4.5 4.0x4.5 6.0x x6.2 TO T UGHENED D OBSC LOCK 810 KE E LOCK DOUBLE E GARA AG GE W/R MASTER BEDRO OM BED. 3 LOUNGE Y N N FLOOR AREA: 300 sqM ROVER SALESPERSON ON SITE ON WEEKENDS FROM 1-3PM UNTIL THE SHOW HOME IS COMPLETE NEW GOLDEN HOMES ROVER PLAN SHOWHOME UNDER CONSTRUCTION Corner of SH2 and Norana Road 0800 506 507 11 14 4 423 23 23 pix.ccn.co.nz To order your own copy of photos in this paper, or other CCN titles, check out: c c c c c
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