Wairarapa News : February 1st 2012
16 WAIRARAPA NEWS, FEBRUARY 1, 2012 NEWS 4310032AA We pick up and drop off in Greytown. FOR ALL YOUR LAUNDRY NEEDS Residential and commercial -- NO JOB TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL. Call Lynlea 6 Reading Street, Greytown Ph: 06 304 9681 a/h: 06 304 8494 Wi k d d f f Lynlea's Laundry Ltd G yto n Business owner talk 3465185AA 4344064AA How To Promote Your Greytown Business '21,400 copies throughout the region each week gives us the highest circulation of print media in the Wairarapa' For all Greytown advertising call Rhondda Colban your Greytown sales executive Rhondda Colban Ph: (06) 370 5690 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 3471837AJ Kerbing with a twist • Transform your landscape with many suitable natural colours • Many types of concrete edging in various profiles • Re-colour your existing edges to give a natural or rustic finish • Wood and slate impressions • Authentic brick and mortar KWIK KERB PRECISION FINISHING LT D Free Quotes and advice www.kwikkerb.org 06 3049967 027 5453878 Contact Jim Davidson CISIIO O O O O ON N N N NF FINIS ns r styles SHING G G G GLTD SH HI IN N N N email@example.com South Wairarapa Workingmen's Club 120 Main St, GREYTOWN Join this club and enjoy. .. • Pool & Snooker tables • Darts & Indoor Bowls • Modern Bar & Full TAB facilities • Greytown's biggest big screen t.v - live sport • Reciprocal visiting rights to over 330 clubs throughout NZ How do you clean your ears? Hairclip! Car Key!! Cotton Bud!!! SYRINGING IS OUT -- SUCTIONING IS IN Safe Effective Gentle Comfortable Get your ears checked and hearing tested FREE at this years Masterton A & P Show. Visit the HEARING CONSULTANTS VAN. You can't miss it, look for the BIG EAR! Phone Kirstie now at for an appointment 0800 HEARALL (0800 432 725) 117 High Street, Masterton www.hearingconsultants.co.nz Lower Hutt • Upper Hutt • Wellington • Masterton 4344360AA Advice just the job Lynlea Churcher may not have taken up the opportunity to run Greytown s laundry business had it not been for the generosity and guidance of her late father Ron. Ron Churcher was a well-known character in Greytown and before he died almost three years ago, he helped Lynlea buy the laundry company and get her started in business. My Dad was a builder and he built my Mum s house and my house, so we ve been here for 40 years, says Lynlea. Before his illness led to his death in only a couple of short months, Ron was able to offer lots of helpful advice and pass on his years of experience in business. A long-time Greytown resident, Ron was known for being able to tackle those tricky jobs and he was involved in helping to build such landmarks as the South Wairarapa Working- men s Club and restoring the Greytown Hotel. Lynlea s Laundry has quickly built itself a reputation in Greytown as the place to call for all your commercial and personal laundry needs. Lynlea has recently relocated to an operation at her home at Reading St. She offers the full range of washing, drying and pressing. She has built up good relation- ships with clients all over the area and with her new location she is looking to take her business to the next level. Lynlea looks after many local home stays, rest homes and sports clubs as well as a lot of casual clients. She will also wash, clean and dry overalls from workshop and factory staff. The Greytown Rugby Club gets its sports gear cleaned at Lynlea s and she is keen to assist any other sports organisations. People are welcome to drop off their loads at 6 Reading St or Lynlea can come around and pick them up. The big totara fence and old power pole with a classic-style lamp with Lynlea s Laundry sign hanging from it makes the Reading St house easy to find. Phone 06 304 9681. Spot the difference: Former All Black great Christian Cullen (second from right with Farmlands team-mates Paul Hurley, Alan Williams and Darryl Hart (in those shorts) ahead of the second rough at the Masterton-Eketahuna Pro-am at the weekend. Moorhead magnificent Two flawless rounds of golf saw Grant Moorhead win the DHL Global Forwarding and Recreational Services Masterton-Eketahuna Pro- am at the weekend. Moorhead, from New Plymouth, led the field on Saturday with a mag- nificent round of 63 at Eketahuna. Moorhead continued his impec- cable form at Masterton the next day, shooting a seven under par 64 which contained seven birdies and he went through the two-day tourna- ment without scoring a bogey. Ryan Fox from Auckland (son of ex-All Black Grant Fox) also shot 64, including seven birdies, an eagle and two bogeys. Fox, playing in his first professional round, shot 65 on day one at Eketahuna, finishing two shots behind Moorhead in second. Troy Ropiha of Taupo finished third with rounds of 70 and 66, a strong start to his year, considering he is recovering from a recent shoulder injury. Mark Brown finished in a tie for 11th after shooting a 71 and 69. Christian Cullen entertained a packed Masterton Club house on the Friday night where he spoke about his experiences with the Fight for Life, his time with the All Blacks and his favourite memory, which was winning the gold medal for the New Zealand sevens at the Common- wealth Games. The competition for the amateur teams was hotly contended with the Why Shearing team of Lawrence Aspinall, Regan Duffy and Gary Marenzi and professional Dean Sip- son having a 13-point lead after Eketahuna. However, they faded to third place after the Masterton round. The eventual winners of the tour- nament were the Parry Matthews and Associates team of Bruce McClu- skey, Craig Bowyer and Jamie Smith with professional Jim Cusdin on a score of 247 who won on the cut from the Watermart Roofing team of Steve Hemingway, Ewen MacDonald and Paul Fouhy, who were helped con- siderably by their professional Grant Moorhead. The other highlight of the day was the hole in one scored by Phil Rutene on the par 3, 13th hole at Masterton. Organisers were delighted to hear that not only have DHL Global Forwarding and Recreational Services reconfirmed their sponsor- ship for the 2013 event but they have increased their sponsorship to include a new $1500 prize for the leading professional.
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