Wairarapa News : May 11th 2011
16 WAIRARAPA NEWS, MAY 11, 2011 NEWS 3715823AA Queen St, Masterton Ph 377 5239 Open Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 9am-1pm menswear ladieswear Exciting new Winter collection in store now Fantastic business opportunity presents itself in the form Outdoor Design & Build being o ered for sale. • In seven years ODB has established a reputation of high level quality and excellence in landscaping and building projects. • Through growth and planning ODB have also ventured into the successful sale and installation of Aqua Technic Swimming Pools • The sale of Outdoor Design & Build comes with vehicles, tools, o ce equipment including professional o ce programmes, stock and an opportunity to lease or buy a high pro le premise that has been set up especially for this business • Current owner has decided on a career change and will fully train the new owner to the level required before handing over the reins • Lifestyle and monetary advantages certainly are here for the next owner • Price on application Building and landscaping business for sale - Wairarapa Contact Justin Long - Managing Director, on Ph: 021 516 637 for more details FOR SALE 2653219AJ Community Access Radio 92 Queen Street Masterton Ph: (06) 378 0255 Full programme details at www.arrowfm.co.nz This Week On 92.7fm Sponsored by Monday 8.30 Canal Español, 10.00 Like Minds, Like Mine; 12.30 Echo Radio (R); 2.00 That s Entertainment; 3.30 The Chris. P Hour, 9.00 Democracy Now Tuesday 8.00 Pinoy Ako; 9.00 Health Network, 12.00 Country Luncheon Wednesday 9.00 CanTalk; 10.00 Stand Up Now; 11.15 Born To Be Free; 12.30 Radio Rainbow, 1.00 Kids Own Show, 2.00 Wheels On Fire; 3.30 And Then with Hailey, 9.00 Democracy Now Voice of Friendship Thursday in Carterton 9.30 Night Sky; 10.00 LYF4U Life Coaching, 11.00 Jam Jar; 12.00 Speaztle Radio, 2.00 La Petite Women s Fitness, 9.30 Pick and Mix, doco of the week Friday 8.30 Random Access Memory; 9.30 Carterton Connections; 10.30 Word Pictures; 1.00 WINGS -- My Dinner With Menopause; 4.00 Te Puutake; 5.00 Kiwi Café On Air; 7.00 Friday Night Blues; 8.00 Sixties Nostalgia Saturday 9.00 Health Network (R); 1.00 WINGS (R); 2.00 Paakiwaha; 6.30 AA On Air, 9.00 Democracy Now Sunday.5.00 Echo Radio; 8.30 This Way Out This week highlighted programme: Pinoy Ako 2513761CJ CELTICSTAR Tarot & Rune Readings Live. Find out what the future holds Ph 0900 50 800 18 years or over. Calls cost $2.98+GST per min. Law States Entertainment only. Time: 9.00am - 9.00pm Not Tues & Thur Evening Phone: (04) 297-0967 TW105636 BEST RESULTS WITH HYPNOTIC PROGRAMMING For Smoking, Slimming, Anxiety, Confidence, Motivation, Life Rebuilding, Personal, etc. WITH MASTER HYPNOTIC PROGRAMMER JOHN MOYNIHAN PH 471 1775 or 528 5429 UH050278 3028199AA What'sOn? Ornithological Society The Ornithological Society, Wairarapa Branch, meets monthly alternating between Greytown and Masterton. Speaker for May (tomorrow) is Robin List about his experiences in bird recovery and related matters. Peggy Duncan 06 304 8382. 'The Likes of Us' The Australasian premiere of The Likes of Us opens at the Masterton Amateur Theatrical Society Saturday May 14 (8pm), Runs till May 21. Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Lyrics by Tim Rice. Long Lazy Lunch Top notch food, award-winning wine and toe- tapping music with Celtic Reunion. Sunday May 15 1.30pm-3.30pm, Gladstone Vineyard. Greytown Music Group Duo Jackson -- Miles and Margaret Jackson -- play guitar and violin, classical, jazz and latin. 57 Wood Street, Greytown, Sunday May 15, 4pm. $20 adults, $10 children. Bookings essential -- phone 06 304 9025 or 06 304 9497. Onoke Spit Restoration Day DOC is undertaking a beach restoration at Onoke Spit and needs volunteers for Friday May 27, 10am-4pm. Janna Kostus 06 377 0723. Carterton swim school Carterton has a proud history of produc- ing great competitive swimmers, and now the local pool has a swim school to help those who are just starting out on their aquatic journey. Lyn Wiffen and Melissa Staines have established the Jolly Roger Swim School at the Carterton public swimming pool. Between them they have more than 16 years' teaching experience and so are both well qualified. Lynn said they wanted to celebrate the fact that Jolly Roger was locally owned and they were bringing a new learn to swim'' option to Wairarapa. Lynn was the former manager of the CLM Swim Magic swim school in Masterton, and Melissa was her second- in-charge. When CLM restructured its swim school last term their roles were cut and they opted to leave. Currently, the nationally owned CLM has a contract with the Masterton Dis- trict Council to be the sole provider of learn to swim'' lessons at the Genesis Energy Recreation Centre, essentially shutting out all other swim schools in this market. Lynn and Melissa decided to create their own niche in the learn to swim'' market, since both instructors were determined to continue with their passion for teaching children to swim. They made enquiries throughout Wairarapa and found Carterton the most suitable place to base themselves. Jolly Roger set sail last week with its launch on Friday. The swim school teaches children from about six months of age up to school age. Lynn instructs in the morning and Melissa takes the afternoon classes. Sunday is their busiest day, with both of them teaching at the same time. Jolly Roger Swim School leaves the competitive side of coaching to Carterton Swimming Club, the main user of the pool. Lynn said Carterton Swimming Club head coach Russell Geange kindly allows Jolly Roger to use the pool on specific days of the week. We are pleased to have formed a necessary relationship between learn-to- swim and club, ensuring children get the best chance possible to learn to swim before we pass them on to the Russell Geange Swim Academy for squad training,'' Lynn said. We are very grateful to Russell as, without his support in our venture and allowing us access to the Carterton Indoor pool, we would not have been able to launch.'' Fair trading with Trade Aid store Trade Aid Masterton has joined forces with the local Indian community to cel- ebrate World Fair Trade Fortnight which started last week. The fortnight of colour and fun at the Trade Aid store on Queen St will include Indian cooking demonstrations, free cof- fee tasting, live music, the chance to experience Indian culture, quizzes and a colouring-in competition. The fortnight culminates in a party on May 14, World Fair Trade Day. While it will be fun, there is a serious message behind the activities, says Brenda Lee, manager of Trade Aid Masterton. Trade Aid supports some of the world's most disadvantaged producers to improve their lives by buying and selling their products. We want people to come in to the store and see how easily they can make a difference by buying fair trade goods.'' Fair trade aims to reduce poverty by paying farmers and craftspeople in devel- oping countries a fair wage for their work. Remaining activities include: Thursday, May 12 -- Have a traditional Indian henna hand tattoo: 11.30am to 1.30pm; Friday, May 13 -- Learn how to tie a sari: 11.30am to 1.30pm; Saturday, May 14 -- Celebrate World Fair Trade Day with a party at the Queen St store. To find out more call Manager Brenda Lee on phone 06 378 2932.
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