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Upper Hutt Leader : September 19th 2012
3 UPPER HUTT LEADER, SEPTEMBER 19, 2012 NEWS Washers from $99 Dryers from $99 Dishwashers from $329 Fridge/Freezers from $99 TVs from $29 Stoves from $499 WE CAN DELIVER & INSTALL Work & Income Quotes Welcome Spare Parts Available 25 years selling & servicing Pre-loved Appliances Queen Street, Upper Hutt - 528 6767 PRE LOVED APPLIANCES 2ND HAND APPLIANCES 2ND HAND APPLIANCES 4841566AB footwear specialists 110 Main Street Upper Hutt Phone 528 2254 LAZY DAYS - 8 Colours ZIGGER - 2 Colours Leather Upper + Leather Lined$69.95 Only Summers HOT SELLER 4628552AI FOR ALL YOUR: Patchwork, Haberdashery, Embroidery and Knitting Yarn Specialists FREE PARKING AT THE DOOR 40 Park St, Upper Hutt. Ph: (04) 526 6513 email: firstname.lastname@example.org BERNINA SALES and SERVICE AND Thimbles Threads 4750669AE Best results with HYPNOTIC PROGRAMMING rebuild your life. Smoking, Slimming, Health, Anxiety, Panic, Confidence, Motivation, Personal, etc. Master Hypnotic Programmer JOHN MOYNIHAN Ph 471 1775 or 528 5429 www.lifereprogramming.co.nz 4772526AA FIRST WEEK FREE* We offer care and education for children 0-5 years.Monday to Friday, 7.15am 5.45pm Childhood Concepts recognise the fnancial diffculties experienced by parents for the frst week, so your frst weeks childcare is free *some conditions apply. OPEN 52 WEEKS The Childhood Concepts Centre is located 2 minutes walk from UH Railway Stn... very convenient for parents commuting to Wellington. The centre is privately owned and operated. Children learn alongside qualifed and experienced caring teachers in partnership with parents FOR MORE INFORMATION OR JUST TO DISCUSS YOUR NEEDS CONTACT THE CENTRE ON 527 0282 4513492AA Mary Fisher to speak Mary Fisher will speak at St Margaret's Church in Dunns St, Silverstream, on Sunday week, Sept- ember 30, at 3pm. All locals welcome. City salutes Paralympic hero Crowd pleaser. Pupils from Silverstream School crowd Paralympian Mary Fisher to see her swag of swimming medals after her welcome parade on Friday. Photos: COLIN WILLIAMS. By COLIN WILLIAMS Respect: Senior pupils from Heretaunga College salute their former schoolmate with a haka. Standing room: Mayor Wayne Guppy and Mary Fisher get ready to address the crowd under the eye of a news cameraman. Door stopper: Angus & Burrell's 1960s truck was used for the short parade and especially sign- written for the occasion. Silverstream, and Upper Hutt, saluted its own on Friday after- noon with a welcome home parade for Mary Fisher, a winner of gold, silver (2) and bronze swimming medals at the London Paralympic Games. The visually impaired 19-year- old travelled from the volunteer fire station to Silverstream Park on an open back truck with the Upper Hutt Mayor Wayne Guppy. Children from Silverstream School, Mary's former primary, lined Whitemans Rd, with many wearing pyjamas for a fundraiser day organised before Mary's out- standing successes and the plan- ning of the parade. Students from Heretaunga College also attended, performing a haka in recognition of their former college-mate. Mary spoke briefly to the crowd, thanking her local community for the support given to her over the years and especially around the Paralympics. More, page 14
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