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VOLUME 156 NUMBER 09 ~ TERM 2 WEEK 08 WEDNESDAY 22 JUNE 2016

Published every even week during school terms. Posted to school families, the wider community, on the web and emailed by request. Copy and casual advertising for #10 published Wed 6 July closes Thu 30 June.

QUOTE ATTITUDE is a little thing That makes a BIG DIFFERENCE! CALENDAR * Further information elsewhere in the newsletter. Mon 20 Jun Tech Y7/8 Reading Together Workshop 1 16:00 Library Tue 21 Jun Learning Conferences Matariki (6 June) * ~ Winter Solstice Wed 22 Jun Learning Conferences Thu 23 Jun Learning Conferences Fri 24 Jun Pelorus Cluster Challenge – Waitaria * Mon 27 Jun Tech Y7/8 Reading Together Workshop 2 16:00 Library Tue 28 Jun Learning Conferences Wed 29 Jun Assembly 14:30 Hall Learning Conferences Thu 30 Jun Learning Conferences Fri 1 Jul Country Schools’ Tech Challenge – MTC Matua B leaves for Prague and the International Feuerstein Summer School Mon 4 Jul Tech Y7/8 Reading Together Workshop 3 16:00 Library Fri 8 Jul End of Term 2 Mon 25 Jul Start Term 3 27 Jul Assembly 14:30 Hall www.havelock.school.nz/index.php/calendar Click item for status and/or info. See also our smart phone PTC app. Mauri Ora nā Akoranga ~ Learning for Life… since 1861

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HAERE MAI NAU MAI Recently the school welcomed Karmie Bradley-Pope who has joined Pelorus and also to Siah Bradley-Pope who has joined Kaituna. Wishing you both many successes. RECOGNISED RECENTLY

acknowledging recent achievement, effort and commensurate reward

Reading Nights (to 10 June) 25 nights Jayden Wilson-Steele, Hamiora Wilson-Steele, Milla Boardman 50 nights Elliot Swanston, Taylor Clark, Kaytie Mulholland 75 nights Kimberly Pulham, Ashly Mulholland, Kaya Luscombe, Kaleb Lawrence, Berekata Obetaia, Georgia Illsley-Slape 100 nights Lafai King, Aroha Ward, Olivia Johnson, George Robbins, Sakura Urakawa Murdoch, Tyla-Rose Illsley-Slape, Ben Robbins, Tane Ward, Phynix Langden, Ollie Foote, Alfie Foote, Abbey Lawrence, Chloe Hackett, William King, Ari Tremain, André Mueggenburg-Swanston, Shianne Bailey 125 nights Tyrani Stewart, Jesse Gatjens, Kane Boyd, Tayla Munro, Jordan Lawrence, Molly-Jo Munro, Isla Baillie, Kelan Bailey, Hannah Roborgh, Liddy Horton-Smith, Skye Gatjens, Max Skehan, Caleb Bailey-Gatchell, Ellie Gatjens, Josh Steele, Manawa Ward, Hunter Elvy, Curtis Mckay, Alex Steele, Lucas Skipper, Anika McPhee 200 nights Tiabeina Obetaia Maths Super Speed Tests (Wakamarina) 7:30 min Ben Robbins 7:00 min Emma McCauley, Hazley Hrstich 6:00 min Drew O’Donnell 5:30 min Hannah Roborgh 5:00 min Skye Gatjens PEA STRAW Spray-free Pea Straw for sale at just $10 per bale. Phone 574 2323. Mauri Ora nā Akoranga ~ Learning for Life… since 1861

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DOUBLE DOLPHIN AWARDS

acknowledging recent achievement, effort and commensurate reward

The following were recently recognised by peers with a DOUBLE DOLPHIN Award relating especially to Respect for Others the current Kiwi Can focus and one of the sides of the school PB4L triangle:

Demi O’Donnell Emma McCauley Bailey McLean-Waltho The Term 2 Kiwi Can theme underlines and reinforces one of the school’s three Rs so important in creating and maintaining positive relationships. Too often putting our feelings, wants and needs before those of others, particularly when we feel least like doing it, can cause long-lasting damage. Learning to respect oneself and others, is best learnt young. Congratulations to those recognised last week at assembly for their leadership in modelling this cornerstone value. WHAT MAKES US THE WAY WE ARE? The brand new Kiwi series Why Am I? has the answers. If you have not yet started watching this series about the how and why we are, you can catch the entire series using the links below – go to the digital version Latest Newsletter on the school website. Mauri Ora nā Akoranga ~ Learning for Life… since 1861

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In 1972 the University of Otago started a study that would follow 1000 babies for their entire lives, making these Kiwis the most studied people in the world! Now it's time to reveal the fascinating discoveries. Does the amount of sunlight a pregnant woman receives influence the height of her children as adults? Is it IQ, hard work or a wealthy background that makes someone successful? It's time to explore the science of us. Your TVNZ OnDemand exclusive preview is here - watch the whole series now, or tune in Tuesdays at 9:30pm on TV ONE. Link also available on school’s Facebook page.

ASSEMBLIES These have moved from after break every second week on a Kiwi Can day (so KC leaders could make the awards) to 2:30 on the Wednesday of the odd weeks. This slot will now be taken by another Kiwi Can class and also suits the community better as parents can then also collect their children afterwards. The dates of the assemblies are listed at the front of the newsletter and are also on the school calendar on the website. NEW SPACES AND NEW FACES Above on the masthead, the keen sighted will have noticed an additional item to the school’s graphic. As communicated earlier in the year and again on 24 May, the school roll has continued to grow and has reached the point where MoE entitlement staffing allows for a fourth classroom to be established. The school is fortunate in that it already has a fourth classroom space available, one that has been used in the interim as a community classroom. Clearly this role will now disappear as the school re-establishes the former Room 1 as the learning area Kenepuru. Mauri Ora nā Akoranga ~ Learning for Life… since 1861

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nardia@havelock.school.nz

The table below reflects the change which happened 16 June when Year 3 students moved into Kenepuru with Nardia Allan – someone with whom they are already quite familiar. Nardia is very much looking forward to working with these youngsters fulltime, having only been in the school to date in a relieving capacity. She will be working closely with Tracey Wearing in what is traditionally referred to as the junior school. A special welcome then for both students and Nardia as they start a new era with the creation of Kenepuru as a new learning area. Best wishes for a great beginning and many successes.

The table shows also that both Pelorus and Wakamarina have had large numbers, particularly for multi-level year groups. This change helped spread numbers more equitably and of course Year 5 students will have felt like they were moving back to the future when they relocated next door. This will feel less so when from 4 July, Elyse Wadsworth will be working alongside them as Vicki Eden will be Acting Principal for the duration of Matua B’s sabbatical through Term 3. Vicki will continue with both the Feuerstein and Reading Recovery programmes. During this same timeframe, Tracey will be Acting Deputy Principal. Albeit for a limited time, a very special welcome to Elyse as she joins the staff. Again, Elyse is well known to pupils as she has been in the school quite often recently. elyse@havelock.school.nz

Year 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0

15 June 16 June P W K Pel Waka Ken Kai 4 4 12 12 8 8 8 8 9 9 20 20 1 10 1 10 7 7

Yet another new face will be appearing at Havelock School from 20 June in the form of Lisa Sandrey who will be working alongside Tracey and the Kaituna Kids as a student from Canterbury University until 1 July. Lisa will return later in the year to work again with Kaituna as she continues her studies and training towards becoming a teacher. Welcome Lisa, wishing you a successful time with all of us.

Although anticipated, the 32 30 17 24 17 21 17 reality of new faces and new spaces is exciting but perhaps Total 79 79 a little unsettling however, the better balance of numbers, ages and stages across the school should prove to be very positive. Best wishes all for a successful second semester.

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MAINLY MUSIC Mainly Music is STARTING UP AGAIN. 10am - 11am every Friday at St Peter's Church Hall, 30 Lawrence Street. Music and movement for pre-schoolers. $2 donation per family. Morning tea provided. MAUD ISLAND TRIP Our recent trip to Maud Island was a success despite the inclement weather. We got through quarantine exceptionally quickly as students were well prepared, having cleaned all their gear so well. While at Maud Island we were kept busy with various experiences such as bush walks, night walks, rocky shore exploration, flax weaving and visiting the WW2 gun emplacement. Creatures we were introduced to included the giant, cave and tree weta, penguins, geckos, skinks, rocky shore marine life, and the elusive Maud Island frog which is a primitive frog native to New Zealand. Students acted very responsibly and with respect for all the creatures they were allowed to handle. Their enthusiasm and appreciation for such a unique experience is evident in their comments below. Jordan – Maud Island was an awesome experience and was action-packed with stuff to do! The staff were pretty awesome too. I loved patting the penguins. Tayla – On the way we saw penguins and dolphins swimming. Jessie – I liked tasting seaweed and learning that seaweed tastes nice. The gun emplacement was also really interesting. Taylor – Maud Island was really fun because I got to hold a giant weta. The boat ride back was torture, it was so rough! Those involved will know that coming off the island was in doubt for some time as the wind, true to forecast, provided a window in the middle of the day and groups were able to be swapped. Thanks to Del and Bruce for their seamanship. Special thanks also to Selena for being such a supportive parent help during this Maud Island experience. Mauri Ora nā Akoranga ~ Learning for Life… since 1861

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DRY FIREWOOD Gum, Douglas Fir, Lawson mix $240 (COD) for 3.6m3 load. Phone Rose 574 2954 or Tish 574 1416.

HAROLD AND THE LIFE EDUCATION MOBILE CLASSROOM

Last week saw students spend time with Harold and Renee in the Life Ed mobile classroom parked adjacent to the library. Following the term’s theme of edible, lessons traversed the following inquiries… • Eating the alphabet • Where does food come from? • Teeth and water… • What is energy? • What are nutrients? • How does digestion work? • What’s in our food? • Food group labels etc • What’s a balanced diet?

Harold was of course at hand ready with his jokes and happy to be patted by pupils. Seniors asked some great questions and made some solid connections with how health is impacted.

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Kaituna Kids pose for a selfie with Harold looking over Siah’s shoulder making sure the angle was just right. Children are very much powerless when it comes to choices about what they eat. Having a conversation with them about what, why and when is important as they confront the varying views and practices around water, lollies, vegies, takeaways, fruit, sugar, volume, cost and even the school lunch box. All children take their experience as “normal” until an experience or concept challenges their construct. Plenty of food for thought around this one. Thanks Life Education Trust for expanding the thinking and understanding.

THE MARLBOROUGH BOOK FESTIVAL 2016 Check out the third annual Marlborough Book Festival - a celebration of writing and reading. Ten of New Zealand's best contemporary writers, and one photographer, will be interviewed by Marlborough personalities at charming venues in and around Blenheim. Mauri Ora nā Akoranga ~ Learning for Life… since 1861

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Enjoy a complimentary glass of beautiful Marlborough wine while you hear from your pick of the exciting line-up of fiction and nonfiction writers. Prepare to be inspired, intrigued and entertained. Last year's event sold out, so get in quick to secure your tickets. www.marlboroughbookfest.co.nz STUDENT REPORTS These came home for virtually all students last Friday and form the initial talking points for the learning conferences taking place over these two weeks. Nearly all families have so far booked (75 bookings) a time to look at how the three-way partnership can work together to progress learning and achievement across the five key competencies. Each conference is only 20 minutes and should more time be needed as it does sometimes, then rather than stretching the patience of those waiting, make another time so your child and their progress can get the attention they deserve. https://www.schoolinterviews.co.nz/ Code is saxpk COMMUNICATIONS Quite a few years ago someone predicted there would be less paper used as technology increasingly moved towards digital communications. The reality is that nowadays, for myriad reasons, not only do we carry very sophisticated instant digital devices on our person, available in our homes, vehicles and workplaces, but we still rely on the printed word as well. Maybe it is the feel of picking something up, turning a page ie a book as opposed to a digital reader. Perhaps it is the feeling of permanence or authority the printed word evokes. NZ Post and Fairfax are wrestling with these as formats and costs respond to the consumer. The school also looks to make it as easy as possible for its community to remain informed and connected. Depending on the intended audience, desired/possible timeframes and content, a variety of technologies are used to spread the right word at the right time to the right people. The list below give some idea of how that is achieved. Mauri Ora nÄ Akoranga ~ Learning for Life‌ since 1861

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• School Newsletter  700 printed and distributed via NZ Post throughout Havelock and the Pelorus  Emailed or snail-mailed on request for those further afield  Digital (colour) copy online via Facebook link on website • Facebook  Public school page  Classroom pages – closed group by invitation only (x4) administered by class teachers – send them your email • Website  Currently being upgraded to be more mobile friendly and also update content etc  Click on links for calendar and newsletter • Memo/Flyer  Class or event specific and goes home the communications/boomerang book with students • Text  A great method but only if the school has the right number and it is received – great to get a reply in confirmation • Phone (call/voice mail) • Email  Works well but only if the address is up to date – again a reply acknowledging receipt etc is always appreciated • PT Calendar App (Kindly made possible by local businesses)  The graphic gives you an idea of what is possible when hitting this app on your smart phone – don’t forget every absence needs an explanation  A push facility also can be activated when timing is more urgent  Go to the app store and search for PT Calendar – download/install and select the school – do this before end of July and be in to win a $500 grocery voucher • Communications/Boomerang Book (Cover art work by Wakamarina Warriors 2015 and sponsored by local businesses)  Used instead of the more traditional note - managed by the three key players in the learning triangle – each has a part to play – general expectation of all by all is that it is sighted regularly if not daily – as pupils get older, they are expected to assume a greater responsibility for its use/management • Snail Mail  Not used widely as more formal items are nowadays sent as attachments to an email – this assumes that the recipient has a printer should they want/need to have a hardcopy Please be reminded that arranging a meeting at the right time sooner than later, is always appreciated and more likely and better able to respond positively to the desired outcomes. Arrangements can be made via the office or direct with staff members Mauri Ora nā Akoranga ~ Learning for Life… since 1861

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FOR SALE FIREWOOD 3.6m Shed-dried Pine $120 or Old-man Pine $200 Phone 574 2782 3

MATUA B’s SABBATICAL 1 July sees Mr B heading to Prague, in the Czech Republic, to attend the Feuerstein International Workshop starting 3 July and running through to the 14th. Two areas specifically in which work will be done are the tactile instruments and school-wide Feuerstein Instrument Enrichment. Each year the Ministry of Education awards a hundred principals from across the country ten school weeks' paid leave to engage in a balance of professional learning, reflection and rejuvenation. The sabbatical covers relief costs so there is no cost incurred by the school. Ernie will be away until the beginning of Term 4 and will be travelling to the Czech Republic, the Netherlands and Scotland as his sabbatical will be looking at how these countries and systems are working with Feuerstein Instrumental Enrichment (FIE) in the wider school context. Some other places are also on the itinerary but not in relation to study but rather some RnR namely in Poland, Italy, Greece, France, UK, UAE and Australia. Wishing Mr B safe travels and a great time learning with others from around the world. See you in Term 4. LAST ITEMS After six months of living with the alterations going on at the back of the main teaching block, we are now almost done. This week the sliding doors are to be fitted and then only small items will be needing to be tidied up. Now that twenty-one students have moved into Kenepuru, the pressure is much less on either side of the toilets where bags, jackets and shoes are all stored during the day. The board at its recent meeting has approved the installation of extra shelving within the new units, thus making better use of the space available. It will be a week or two no doubt before these extras shelves are fitted. The overall result is quite different and new routines once explored etc will become the norm as the new areas are used. Mauri Ora nā Akoranga ~ Learning for Life… since 1861

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FROM GUM TREES TO CASH The school is waiting to hear from DoC as to when the timing is right to harvest the left-overs from its major tree-felling operation above the marina reclamation. Keep your eye on the newsletter as the call will go out at some stage not too far in the future. Thanks to those who have already made a commitment to this fundraiser. ADVENTURE PLAYGROUND The time is soon coming when this area will be roped off so that machinery can start dismantling the existing woodwork and begin the landscaping for the new playscape which has been in the pipeline for so long. All good things take time… PELORUS CHALLENGE TROPHY June 24 sees this annual event take place at Waitaria Bay School. The school is looking to field two teams of three students (Y6-8 mixed) each. It is not too late yet if you wish to be included in a parent team of three… make contact on/by Thursday this week. Havelock teams are travelling out in the minibus as there are too many for water transport. If the challenges below look like fun then please let your child’s teacher know on/by Thursday 23 June. There is no cost. Technology Challenge You will be given a period of time, limited resources and a design brief, some obstacle/challenge will need to be overcome and certain criteria met - hopefully. Materials will be supplied/limited. General Knowledge Quiz This quiz will consist of a range of current events questions, math problems and photo identification. Your overall points will be added to the technology challenge scores to give an overall winner for the day. Mauri Ora nā Akoranga ~ Learning for Life… since 1861

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With winter arriving there may be an increase in sickness and therefore dental appointments may become difficult to attend. If your child cannot keep their appointment could you please contact your Clinic [below] giving it time to offer your appointment to another child? If you change your address or contact numbers please also advise the Clinic of these so we can keep in touch. Your children’s oral health is important. DRINK HEALTH – TAP INTO WATER! REGULAR UPDATES FROM THE NELSON MARLBOROUGH COMMUNITY ORAL HEALTH SERVICE NELSON: 539 5324- STOKE: 539 5321- RICHMOND 539 5320 MOTUEKA & TASMAN MOBILE CLINIC 528 1160 X7. BLENHEIM & MARLBOROUGH MOBILE CLINIC 5209922

Hi Everyone, Winter is upon us and what better way to get warm and stay fit during the colder months. You are welcome to come to a class to get an idea of what Zumba is all about. Take the class at your own pace and you will be surprised at how fit you get. Children are welcome to come but parents please stay with them. Please feel free to ring to receive any information or “like” Havelock Zumba Pam Elvy on Facebook for updates. 2016 WEEKLY TIMETABLE Havelock School Hall (off Lawrence Street)

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Monday evening class 6pm-7pm Wednesday class 9am-10am (Havelock Town Hall) Thursday evening class 6pm-7pm Friday class 9am-10am $5 per class (under 10yrs free) 10-18yrs $2 per class. Concession cards are available. Please wear comfortable gear and shoes. Remember to bring a drink of water and a small towel. Pam Elvy 5741046 / 021 2632 431

Feel the music. Live, Laugh, Dance Matariki, the Māori New Year, is rich with tradition. Discover the importance of Matariki, and explore ways that you can celebrate the Māori New Year with your family. Matariki is officially celebrated on 6 June 2016. What is Matariki? Matariki is the Māori name for a group of seven stars known as the Pleiades star cluster. Some people think of Matariki as a mother star with six daughters, and it is often referred to as the Seven Sisters. Others think that Matariki are the ‘eyes of the god’. When Ranginui, the sky father, and Papatūānuku, the earth mother, were separated by their children the god of wind, Tāwhirimātea, became angry, tearing out his eyes and hurling them into the heavens. Matariki appears in the eastern sky sometime around the shortest day of the year, and is thought to determine how successful the harvest crop will be in the coming season. The brighter the stars, the more productive the crop will be. What does Matariki mean? Matariki has two meanings, both of which refer to the cluster of stars. Mata Riki means Tiny Eyes, and Mata Ariki means Eyes of God. When is Matariki celebrated? Matariki begins to rise in the last few days of May, and this symbolises the coming of the Māori New Year. Some iwi, or tribes, start celebrations when Matariki is first seen, however it is the first new moon after Matariki that officially signals the Maori New Year. Some people celebrate the New Year on the day the new moon rises, and others celebrate on the day after the new moon. Celebrations can last up to 3 days. The Matariki new moon happens sometime in June. Mauri Ora nā Akoranga ~ Learning for Life… since 1861

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Why is Matariki important? In years gone by, Matariki was thought to determine your crop for the coming season, and therefore it was important to recognise the part it played in nature’s cycle. The disappearance of Matariki in Autumn, signaled the time to gather and preserve crops, and so was an important marker in the harvest calender. Nowadays, Matariki is seen as an important time to celebrate the earth, and show respect for the land on which we live. How is Matariki celebrated? Traditionally Matariki was celebrated by gathering with whanau (family) and reflecting on the past. The festival’s connection to the stars provided an opportunity for families to remember their whakapapa (genealogy) and those ancestors who had passed away to the heavens. Offerings were made to land-based gods who would help provide good crops, and new trees were planted to signal new beginnings. Many of these traditional celebrations are still practiced today, however there are many other ways that Matariki is celebrated also. Most celebrations focus around music, song, dance, food and family, and celebrations can last up to 3 days. http://www.kiwifamilies.co.nz/articles/matariki-maori-new-year/ Matariki – Te Tohu o te Tau Hou SATURDAY 25 JUNE Waikawa Marae will be having a fun day and evening celebrating Matariki. Powhiri onto the marae noon (gather at waharoa – gateway). Korero about Matariki and the signs for the coming year. Te Atiawa korero about Puanga, Matariki in other cultures, weaving stars, making Matariki wishes/resolutions, Matariki cards, Whakatauki whetū, kapa haka performances, raffles, kai, crafts and arts for sale, Music workshop and jamming session with Beneath the Words, traditional and contemporary instruments (bring your instrument for a jamming session. Matariki concert 6:30pm onwards in the Wharanui – entry by koha. Mauri Ora nā Akoranga ~ Learning for Life… since 1861

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The Fortitude Sisters

With Helen

Moulder and Virginia Ward

Havelock Town Hall, Saturday 16 July 2016, 5.00 pm TICKETS - $25(adults, $20 (seniors and students); $15 (children under 15). Ticket Purchases: Eyes On Nature, 61 Main Road, Havelock, Phone 574 2590, Email janet@eyesonnature.co.nz Still Books, 18 Scott Street, Blenheim, Phone 578 9701 Foresters Café, Mt Richmond Estate, Rai Valley, Phone 571 6070 Take Note, 28 High Street, Picton, Phone 573 6107 The great travelling diva, Miss Cynthia Fortitude (The Legend Returns) is returning again to Havelock, this time with her sister Verity as accompanist. They will entertain you with astonishing renditions of music by Verdi, Rossini, Beethoven, Elgar and even some by Miss Fortitude herself, but they take no responsibility, whatsoever for anything that could go awry.

"The Greatest Living Soprano of all time" - Mongolian Morning Tribune "I'm not sure what to make of this" - Auckland Weekly "I urge you to give them a try anyway, but don't blame me" - Gareth Farr Mauri Ora nā Akoranga ~ Learning for Life… since 1861

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COURSES REAP's aim is to give the Rural Community support, the opportunity to partake in activities in their area and to provide a tutor for the activities chosen by those interested. These courses are being organised by Havelock Community Education Service with Reap support. Bonsai workshop: Tutors: Rod Wegener & John Simpson. Date: 30th July. Time: 10am Cost: $50 Each participant will be given a plant & pot and be shown all the processes and techniques from choosing suitable plants, soil, fertilising, repotting, styling, shaping, wiring, nursery & pruning skills and ongoing care. Participants will work on own plant. Worksheets will be handed out and books will be on display along with many bonsai plants. Limited to 10 people. Cheese Making: Tutor: Simon Lamb Date and details: Yet to be arranged. Pasta Making: Tutor: Piero Rocco. Date and details: Yet to be arranged. Growsafe/agrochemicals course: Tutor: Dean Bowden. Date: Mid year - yet to be arranged. Butchery: Tutor: Bruce Anderson Venue: Rocky Creek Havelock Suburban Date: possibly September If you are interested in any of the above or have an interest in any other courses which could be arranged please contact: Rita Jacobson, 5742176 email: ritacollet@clear.net.nz for further information.

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BOATS LOVE 'EM

Like minded men, meet the last Thursday of the month to discuss boat projects, ideas, questions and books etc in alternating homes. Bring biscuits, tea & coffee provided. Modelled on the Can stay onsite in mobile home! 'Biscuits Eaters' in Whangarei, who have been successfully meeting for many years of inspiration. Contact... Hudson Garlick 574 2172 or 021 220 7572

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Havelock Mosaic Project This project will be contributing to the implementation of the Havelock Community Plan which has identified beautification as a priority initiative for the town’s future development. Creating a mosaic work of art on the kerbing surrounding the park where the Rutherford Pickering and Anzac Memorials are situated at 65 Main Road Havelock. The mosaic work will feature these tiles of the birds we see and hear in the township. A free form style will be the major part of the mosaic linking the ‘bird tiles’.

Working Bee

On Saturdays dry weather only from 11:00am to mid-day starting 25 June to completion of mosaic Join us and be a part of this exciting new project Follow us on Facebook Glynnis Paton 027 646 2889 havelockenhancement@gmail.com

Anne Boddy 574 2394

7pm 1st August 2016 Havelock Bowling Club Neil St, Havelock All interested parties are welcome to attend. For further details, phone 03 578 5044 Mauri Ora nā Akoranga ~ Learning for Life… since 1861

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Captain’s Daughter 72 Main Rd Havelock Ph 574 2440

Coming Events FRIDAY NIGHT JAM SESSION 7:30 pm onwards 9 July ~ Quiz Night Kick-off 6:30 pm 20 July ~ GRAPE vs GRAIN Wine Night

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