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Alzheimers Society Gala Dinner 28th May 2011

Alzheimers Northland - Gala Dinner 2011

Have an evening of fine wine, fine dining and fine music with the Alzheimers Society.

6pm on Saturday the 28th May at Barge Park Showgrounds Event Centre, Masterchef NZ Judge Simon Gault and his Nourish Group will be creating a feast of entertainment for all.  Shane Yardley and New Zealand's finest Maitre'd Robert Johnston will be hosting this dinner.

Tickets $110 per person, which includes a 5 course degustation menu and complimentary champagne.

Bookings required, contact 09 4387771 for more information.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Merry Christmas to everyone.

Please this christmas, spend sometime with those who you care about, and remember that it is not the amount of money that is spent, or the size of the gift, it is that each one of us are able to spend time together, and remember that Christmas is about family.

So please drive carefully, and don't make alcohol the master of your life.

Both Lee and myself wish you all a safe and prosperous New Year.

Jack Richards Debate Final 4th November 2010

The Jack Richards Debate was completed on the 4th of November at the Whangarei South Rotary Club at the Afare restaurant.

The final debate was done on the topic of "That prizes in lotto and other New Zealand lotteries should be capped at $5 million".  This topic created a interesting debate with Bream Bay College acting on the affirmative and Otamatea College acting for the negative.

Variety Fundraising Concert 7th November 2010

Absolutely amazing people all coming together to preform a Variety Concert to raise funds for the Old Library.  There will also be an auction and refreshments. 

The Friends Of the Old Library Society (Fools) has plans to bring the building back to its original form, and preserve the historic nature of the building.

Come along and enjoy your afternoon.

 

Whangarei e-day 6th November 2010

On the 6th of November 2010, Whangarei is collecting all your unwanted, damaged and faulty electronic items that have been hiding in the corners of your houses and offices.

Items they are collecting include are any old computer hardware such as; monitors, networing equipment, scnners, keyboards, mice, speakers, laptops, printers, game consoles, toners, mobile phones, fax machines, digital cameras...

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