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VOLUME 157 NUMBER 08 ~ TERM 2 WEEK 6 WEDNESDAY 7 JUNE 2017

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 157:09 published Wednesday 21 June 2017 closes Thursday 15 June 2017.

“Forget the mistake. Remember the lesson.” @lisamessenger

CALENDAR Mon 5 Jun Tue 6 Jun Mon 12 Jun Wed 14 Jun Fri 16 Jun Mon 19 Jun Tue 20 Jun Wed Tue Wed Fri Tue Wed Fri

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* Further information elsewhere in the newsletter.

Queen’s Birthday Life Education Mobile Classroom on site Board Charter Workshop 18:30 Kiwi Can Estuary Clean-up * Assembly 14:15 Mid-Year Student Reports June Board of Trustees Meeting Reading Together Pro 1/4 Triangular Learning Conferences underway * Longest Night – Winter solstice Reading Together Pro 2/4 Assembly 14:15 Cluster Tech/Math Challenge – Waitaria Reading Together Pro ¾ PT Workshop – Thinking & Learner Agency End of Term 2

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KIA ORA TATOU, NGA MIHI NUI Here we are approaching the winter solstice, Matariki and the middle of the year. It also heralds the time pupil reports are being drafted in preparation for discussion and dialogue around progress and goals. Teachers very much value this time when Mauri Ora nā Akoranga ~ Learning for Life… since 1861

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the slightly more formal sharing of information brings into sharper focus for all, recent progress, achievement and next steps. Being thus updated then, so to speak, helps set a pathway for the agreed important next steps and just how these are to be achieved. Mid-Year Student reports will be coming home with junior on Friday 16 June. Triangular Learning Conferences will get underway from Tuesday 20 June and run through to 29 June. Bookings are available online by visiting www.schoolinterviews.co.nz and entering the code h2969. Please complete all details accurately including your email as any changes are more easily communicated. The smooth running of these conferences relies on all the adults keeping to time. Please consider all the other folk by starting and ending on time. If more time is needed, perhaps book two slots or please arrange a separate meeting via email or phone. Although published online, key policies are sometimes overlooked, memories fade and new families arrive, so reprinting them here serves to remind all about the school’s position and/or response within a particular context. In this instance the community had a major hand during 2014 in developing the policy relating to Positive Behaviour for Learning (PB4L). It is intended to be responsive to a wide range of circumstances yet retain a framework that works for all those involved. Please see further below for this policy or under the Documents section online. To date, two families are supporting this initiative and volunteering their time to provide an adult to manage children crossing SH 6 at the school from 08:30 to 08:55. A few more volunteers would make this trial and any longer-term commitment, more viable. If you could do just one morning a week it would help spread the load. Six or seven adults would make an ideal number, each covering a day and leaving a reserve just in case. If you can help, then please make contact through the office. At this stage the trial will run to the end of June. Please be aware the school cannot guarantee that an adult will be on station everyday so the current precautions and care should remain the norm. This last week saw a small group of our seniors, one from Canvastown and two from Maruia School travel together to Christchurch, staying at Meadow Park, to attend the National Young Leaders’ Day. Although the logistics and cost of attending this year were greater than last year (Stoke) the experience of the event and messages were clear and presented in a very upbeat fashion. The day wrapped up with which of course went down extremely well with autographs and even selfies required before we could leave. This year the message was themed around the whakatauki E kore au e ngaro, he kākano I ruia mai I rangiātea. The wisdom of the whakatauki was unpacked by an array of amazing stories from very different people (Aaron Jackson, Matt Brown, Daniel Flynn, Zane Scarborough, Adam Gard’ner & Duane Major amongst others) about how they have lived their lives, how they dealt with feeling like they had nothing to offer, how they Mauri Ora nā Akoranga ~ Learning for Life… since 1861

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sparked ideas into life, how they created environments for growth and how they never lost sight of their dreams. E kore au e ngaro, he kākano i ruia mai i Rangiātea. I will never be lost, for I am a seed born of greatness. NGARO ~ all of us have times where we feel like we have nothing to offer KĀKANO ~ within everyone is the potential to make the world a better place RUIA ~ creating and being in a great environment is how we grow RANGIĀTEA ~ we can achieve greatness in big and small ways every day After overnighting in Maruia at the school, a short break was taken at the Maruia Falls and Rotoiti before returning on Wednesday afternoon just in time for assembly. Thanks Selena for being available to join us on this rather special trip. Let’s hope the seeds that were planted… NYLD exists to inspire and influence a generation of young people to lead themselves and others well.

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Thank you so much to all the people who helped make last week’s visit and stay at Te Hora Mārae run as smoothly as it did. This includes teachers, parents, those who took transport, helped on the day, provided kai or simply filled in the appropriate health and consent forms. You've all played your part. We were super-proud of the respect pupils showed for the way things are done on the mārae. A number of sincere compliments were paid to them and the school in general reflecting both the preparations and the effort put in by all – living our school’s values. The relationships our youngsters have with each other, by working together providing support with some rather challenging activities, truly a whānau working to a common goal. There are some ongoing activities planned to extend this experience further. We were especially proud of Wakamarina and Pelorus students for stepping up to the challenge of sharing their pepeha/mihi in te Reo Māori during our sharing time at night. Thanks also to Asha, Rik and Trish for showing that you too were prepared to give it a go! Respective Facebook pages hold some images worth seeing. Thanks particularly to Whaea Keri and Whaea Tracey for their huge contribution in making this visit such a success. To Whaea

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Elaine, Whaea Chris, Matua Tom, Matua Billy and Matua Cherryn and iwi Ngati Kuia, “Me kore ake koe hei whakaako mai i a mātou.” Unfortunately a number of our students missed the mārae visit due to sickness. Whilst a real pity, we are grateful parents took the right option and helped confine the various “bugs” as much as possible. I too am currently fighting a rather nasty head cold that just seems to hang on. We will continue to advise pupils about hand-washing and how best to sneeze and cough etc. It seems this year’s winter ailments are particularly virulent. Do use a text, email or message to let us know why junior is not attending before or on the day. As you can see, life at school is neither boring nor static. We look forward to our triangular korero in due course and working together to achieve the best we can for our tamariki.

MatuaB STOP PRESS: Due to illness, the Parent Teacher Workshop scheduled for Tue 6 June has been postponed to the new date of Wednesday 5 July. WEEKEND SPORTS First thing on Mondays, we gather very briefly to share briefs from weekend sport and other minor housekeeping items. The photos included hereunder were taken during a match recently at Endeavour Park in Picton where Pelorus were playing Waitohi in the U8 grade. Featured here is young Hamiora Wilson-Steele making a strong run and then trying to secure the ball following a tackle. We have a very high proportion of students playing weekend sport. We heard also last week that George Robbins was selected for the Marlborough U52kg Seddon Shield team. The only catch is to keep the weight off before the tournament in Westport in a few weeks’ time. Congratulations George.

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DOUBLE DOLPHIN AWARDS The Term 2 theme for Kiwi Can is Respect and the following students were recently recognised with a DOUBLE DOLPHIN Award relating especially to Respect for school, class or others.

Congratulations to…

Azza Powell William King Josh Steele Chloe Hackett Ben Robbins Liddy Horton-Smith George Robbins DREAM BIG DELIVERY During assembly last week, Rachael Toia, ANZ Branch Manager from Blenheim, presented a very comprehensive set of playing kit to the school. Bibs, balls, bottles, bags, you name it, our girls gratefully accepted it. Following an online entry to this competition, which seeks to support netball at all levels in New Zealand, the gear was duly delivered. So now with the delivery complete, the big dream takes another step forward. Best wishes for continued success girls. READING NIGHTS (to 30 May) 25 nights Jayden Wilson-Steele 50 nights Stevie Tompson, Chloe Hackett, Reef Casey, Kaytie Mulholland 75 nights Lauree Foote, Ollie Foote, Phynix Lagden 100 nights Emily Lawrence, Curtis Mckay, Ellie Gatjens, Liddy Horton-Smith, Max Skehan, Ayla McPhee, Isla Baillie 125 nights Hannah Roborgh MISTLETOE BAY ECO VILLAGE For July, August and September a special weekend rate for Marlborough families to stay at Mistletoe Bay. $250 total cost for two night’s accommodation for 6 very comfortably. There are some weekend vacancies left just call 573 4048 or email stay@mistletoebay.co.nz to make your booking and state 'Marlborough Family Deal'. Normal cost is $380. SPECIAL OFFER TO MARLBOROUGH FAMILIES…

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Recently as part of what makes the Pelorus special, nine students spent a night on Maud Island with DoC staff, a marine scientist, a teacher and parent. This short piece is penned by Eva who was out there for the first time. We pulled up next to the wharf in the water taxi. I looked up and saw the big green mountains. Ashley and I quickly grabbed our things and ran up on to the wharf. The water was glassy and clear. I saw jellyfish swimming underneath me. I put my box of clothes in the trailer and met our marine scientist Richard. The nine of us grouped together and took a photo then we walked up to the lodge. It was hard walking up the hill because I had been sitting down for ages on the boat and my calf muscles ached. Luckily, Jessie gave me a good helping hand pushing me up the hill. When we got to the top I was so relieved. The lodge was really cool. It was brown and had an amazing view looking out over the whole island and wider sounds. We unpacked our boxes in the quarantine room. We did this so we did not bring any bugs onto the island. We all walked back down the hill to the beach. We looked for crabs and any cool looking sea creatures. I found heaps of crabs and some weird looking fish like black spiky ones and this really weird suckling fish that kept sucking my hand. We went on an amazing night walk and found lots of interesting creatures. I got to hold a huge weta which was pretty awesome and a massive gecko. I really enjoyed Maud Island because of all the native animals and insects, and what they are doing there for conservation. I really recommend you all apply to go next year. Eva Probert

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HAVELOCK SCHOOL BOARD OF TRUSTEES - MARLBOROUGH

Policy Statement: 5.30 Positive Behaviour for Learning

Rationale Havelock School’s learning community comprising trustees, staff, parents, and pupils will work together to provide an enabling, supportive and responsive environment where students are encouraged to take responsibility for, and regulate their own behaviour. By providing an environment where appropriate behaviours are recognised, modelled, expected and supported, students will have an increased opportunity to be assertive1 and make better decisions and choices. As each person and situation is unique, it is recognised that a one-size-fits-all rigidity does not align itself with our beliefs or the varying needs2 of students. Flexibility within a structured but responsive framework will support high standards of positive behaviour for all. Guidelines/expectations will be clearly stated and shared with all. Purposes/Goals 1 The school’s value of Manaakitanga/caring is evident in daily interactions within our learning community. 2 The double dolphin exemplifies the value of consideration for others promoted in our school - the bigs nurturing the littles. 3 To allow learning to take place with a minimum of disruption for all but also to allow reflection and learning from ‘behavioural mistakes.’ 4 To enable students to learn citizenship, be respectful, reasonable and responsible contributing to the culture of the school. 5 To enable students to have responsibilities and accept the consequences of their actions. 6 To help children understand and develop their own values and bearings. 7 To take a restorative approach to the resolution of conflict and damaged relationships. 8 To discharge the Board's responsibility of providing a safe and acceptable learning environment as required under the National Administration Guidelines (sect 5) in the School's Charter. Guidelines 1 Manaakitanga/caring is modelled and supported through being respectful, reasonable and responsible; adults to adults, adults to children, children to adults and children to children. 2 Each room to set their own VISION and PATHWAY each year so that each has ownership of expectations and the Reasonable Rule underlies all others. 3 Competence will be recognised and acknowledged. Model the school’s values and teach as necessary. Provide opportunities for students to reflect, receive guidance and set positive pathways. 4 Positive steps to resolution are modelled - de-escalation, time-out/reflection, dialogue, problem-solving, putting it right, healing and making better choices in future. 5 The school’s PB4L Framework is to be used to provide coherence for all. It is to be coconstructed with the community and be widely available. Coloured Cards provide a clear structure for all. Mauri Ora nā Akoranga ~ Learning for Life… since 1861

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When behaviours move beyond the reasonable, that results/actions/consequences be clearly examined (refer to Compass Charters). In cases of on-going un-reasonableness, the principal is to arrange dialogue with family outlining areas of concern and recording outcome and/or a formal letter outlining the concern/s may be sent home. Unsatisfactory resolution/healing of behaviour would bring the discussion to the attention of the Board of Trustees and, where deemed necessary, the formal Standdowns, Suspensions, Exclusions & Expulsions procedures (Dec 2009) would be invoked.

Conclusion In providing an environment which is safe, supportive and enabling, children will grow up more likely to be self-confident in making better choices in unfamiliar situations and better withstand negative peer pressure. Learning for Life... truly means that lessons learnt about behaviour will be life-long. Setting a positive direction with positive behaviour affirms others and in turn gains mana, creating a better world. “These are the ways by which men gain influence in the world, said Maui's brothers, by labouring for abundance of food to feed others, by collecting property to give others, and by similar means by which you promote the good of others." 1996 Belich; James Making Peoples Penguin Books Auckland (pg 456 #48) “If you have an end view of… children learning certain set lessons, to be recited to a teacher, your discipline must devoted to securing that result. But if the end view is the development of a spirit of social co-operation and community life, discipline must grow out of and be relative to that aim.” 1943 Dewey; John

WARNING OVER BLUE WHALE SUICIDE CHALLENGE GAME New Zealand Police and the Mental Health Foundation are advising parents, guardians, teachers and counsellors to be aware of the danger the Blue Whale Challenge app poses to vulnerable young people. Reports suggest it starts with minor self-harm challenges and then escalates in severity. There have been unconfirmed reports of suicides being linked to the game overseas and there was recent mention of the app in New Zealand media including the Herald and Newshub (you’ll need to scroll down to read the Newshub article). This is one example of people using the internet to take advantage of those who are most vulnerable. The internet offers many positive experiences for young people but it’s important that schools and families are mindful of what students are doing online. Under the Harmful Digital Communication Act it is now a criminal offence in New Zealand to incite another individual to commit suicide, regardless of whether they attempt to do so. If you see or hear about the online ‘Blue Whale suicide challenge’, you can take the following steps to minimise any potential harm it might cause: Mauri Ora nā Akoranga ~ Learning for Life… since 1861

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Immediately report it to the social media site or website that it’s on.

If somebody is directly targeting young people to play the game, or attempting to incite suicide in any other way, contact the Police for help.

Contact Netsafe.This includes instances of online bullying, abuse or harassment. Netsafe’s helpline is free, confidential and open seven days a week: 0508 NETSAFE or email queries@netsafe.org.nz

For advice on parenting and mental health, or suicide, please refer to the Mental Health Foundation - they have also published a useful media advisory on how to respond to the ‘challenge’. MIXED MEDIA ART WORK Last Thursday the year 3's from Kenepuru spent the day with Mrs Kenny in Kaituna. We created mixed media art. Our pictures are of Havelock. Can you see the hills, estuary and wharf?

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Youth "Expressive Drawing Workshop" with Kylie Fleur School Holiday Workshop: 15 – 16th July 2017, 9am – 12pm, $84 per person including paper (funded by Creative NZ Communities), suitable for ages 10 and over. To be held at Marlborough Art Gallery Studio, High Street, Blenheim. Spaces limited... REGISTER NOW! Email art@kyliefleur.co.nz or phone 021 035 5776. In this workshop we explore Self-Expression in art and we start to loosen-up. This is a higher energy workshop where students discover their own mark through drawing. It is designed to crack your inner-artist open! Suitable for any level. Kylie Fleur BVA CONTEMPORARY ART & DESIGN Mauri Ora nā Akoranga ~ Learning for Life… since 1861

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Parents and community members thinking of helping fill us up, please RSVP the school office on 574 2106 by/on 9 June.

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WE WANT YOU! SEEKING ROLE-PLAYERS TO PLAY A PART IN NEW ZEALAND’S LARGEST MILITARY EXERCISE

Exercise Southern Katipo is New Zealand’s largest military exercise, held every two years in varying parts of New Zealand. Many of you will remember the last exercise in 2015 which was a great success for Havelock and fun for all those involved.

This year more than 2000 military personnel will be in the Marlborough, Kaikoura, Tasman, Nelson and Buller Regions over the month of October and November 2017, and we are looking for role-players to get involved with the exercise, and have a tonne of fun in the process. In this year’s scenario, which is a continuation from 2015, a fictitious South West Pacific island is separated into two nations called Becara and Alpira. Becara is still suffering from political instability and unrest. New Zealand has been requested to assemble and lead an Intervention Force comprising a coalition of Pacific Island Forum Member States. Westport, Greymouth, Nelson Lakes, Kaikoura, Ward and the Marlborough Sounds will become the troubled Becara region. MORE INFORMATION HERE CAN BE FOUND HERE: https://www.facebook.com/SouthernKatipo/ If you would like to get involved and play a part in this year’s exercise please contact Barbara or Chris Faulls to register your interest and find out more. cbfaulls@xtra.co.nz or (03)574 2806. Medical forms are available at the HCA Office; 61 Main Road Havelock. Hans Neilson Community Development Adviser Havelock Community Association Mauri Ora nā Akoranga ~ Learning for Life… since 1861

The Havelock Community Association 61 Main Road, Havelock 7100, New Zealand Phone: 03 574 2555 Email: hcacda@havelock.co.nz Website: www.havelock.co.nz

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Marlborough Red Devils’ Cycling is proud to present

School Racing

… starting Sunday 4th June Aimed at Y7 & over. Come give cycling a go, all welcome, any bike. Meet on corner of Dillions Point & Rowberry Road. 08:45am sign on for 09:00am start. No charge. This will be a fun & safe environment. Email: mrdcycling@gmail.com or Phone/txt Rhonda 027 2230166 or find us on Facebook, see you there! PEA STRAW Spray-free Pea Straw for sale at just $10 per bale. Phone 574 2323

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IF YOU WANT YOUR SHEEP SHORN… GIVE ROGER A CALL 03 571 6326

HAVELOCK LIONS’ MARKET Havelock Lions is holding another “Shortest Day” market on Saturday 17th June and we will have a wide variety of stalls in the Havelock Town Hall. There is still time to hunt out those things which are trash to you but someone else’s treasure. Either pay $5 for a place at the market, or if you are too busy that day, why not donate the items to the Havelock Lions’ Club and we will gladly sell it. Every cent raised by the Lions goes back into our community projects and the money from this market will enable us to send six children to Kiwi Ranch next year. This year we sent six children from the Pelorus area who had been chosen by their schools to Kiwi Ranch for a week each. The Market will open at 9am and finish at 1pm. Contact Ian Cameron ianc.cameron@xtra.co.nz or ring 574 2558 to book a site or arrange to have your items collected. The Havelock Lions are also sponsoring the best poster from an 11-13-year-old (as at 15 November 2017) on the theme of “The Future of Peace” to go forward to a contest of similar aged children from the top half of the South Island. Rules and other information has been sent to all schools in our area. Mauri Ora nā Akoranga ~ Learning for Life… since 1861

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Havelock Volunteer Fire Brigade Needs more Members

We are in desperate need of new members who are over 16 and live and/or work in Havelock. Our numbers are getting low and we are getting close to not being able to respond to calls at certain times of the day. So if you want to help your community and have a bit of fun along the way please come and see us. If you’re interested, come along to a Thursday training night between 6:00 and 6:30pm or ring Ryan on 021 190 5991 if you have any questions.

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HAVELOCK MUSSEL FESTIVAL & SEAFOOD FESTIVAL SUPPORT The Havelock Mussel Festival Committee is delighted to report on the success of the 2017 festival. The new contractors introduced enhancements to the festival which were well received and it was great to feature the mussel opening competitions as part of the entertainment line-up and to showcase some local talent with the “Band of Locals’ taking the stage, not to mention the industry area; what a great display that was - many thanks to the Marine Farming Association for organising it. The Committee has received lots of feedback, most of which has been very positive and supportive. However, there is far too much work for the current small committee to do on its own. We urgently need the engagement and assistance of the Havelock Community to be able to continue to run future festivals successfully. The committee is proposing to hold a public meeting at 5.30pm on the 7th June at the Havelock Bowling Club. We urge you all to attend. During this meeting the Committee will be seeking support and committee members from the Community to take ownership of the festival, help with the pre-organisation and to run the festival on the day, including having an influence during the planning process. Without this community support the festival cannot continue, as it simply does not have the resources to do so. There are many roles within the committee that require a broad range of skills. These include corporate area catering, stall holder coordination, administration and treasurer duties, promotional and marketing, management skills in organising and coordinating the Kid’s area, competitions, security, parking, signage, stage/sound and ticketing. If you know anyone that may be interested in coming on board, please extend this invitation to them. We look forward to seeing you all on the 7th June. Please RSVP by 2nd June if you are coming along to this meeting. If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact us Havelock Mussel Festival Committee 578 5044 office@havelockmusselfestival.co.nz P O Box 53, Havelock 7150 www.havelockmusselfestival.co.nz The Festival has funds available for community grants. Details on how to apply for these funds are available on the Havelock Mussel Festival website site. Click on the ‘Community Grants’ page to for details and to download the application form. Details will also be posted in Facebook. Hard copies of the forms can be obtained from “Eyes on Nature” Office, 61 Main Road, Havelock, Graeme Barsanti or Ian Cameron. The close-off date of applying is 5th July 2017. The Grants will be given out at the AGM on the 27th July 2017. Mauri Ora nā Akoranga ~ Learning for Life… since 1861

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CANDIDATES FOR OUTWARD BOUND Every year the Havelock Lions Club arranges sponsorship for a young person aged between 18 and 25 to attend a classic Outward Bound course. Funding for this comes from the Lions Club and from First Light Trust so that any young person who lives in the Pelorus area can be selected. The course runs for 21 days and during this time our candidate will experience all outdoor elements and activities Outward Bound has to offer including sailing, kayaking, bushcraft and navigation. However, the most important aspect of the course will be the realisation that our candidate can rise to the challenge realising his or her potential and learning that, with perseverance, dreams can be achieved. Our candidate will: 1. Challenge him/her self and push limits 2. Reflect, discover what is important to them and determine their future direction 3. Learn about themselves from both success and failure to take their confidence and motivation to the next level 4. Discover what it takes to create effective relationships and be part of a successful team 5. Develop a stronger sense of personal responsibility in responses to real and challenging situations. If you know of someone who will benefit from this course please get them to contact Debbie Healy. Her phone number is DDI 520 6262, mobile 021 284 2424 and her email address is greenprescription@marlboroughpho.org.nz. Applications close on 15th July 2017. Candidates will be interviewed and all candidates will be advised who the successful person is by 1st August.

CONTRACT POSITION The HCA is offering a contract to manage its business. We are seeking a self-motivated person who has experience in book- keeping and basic accountancy (MYOB) as well as basic office procedure. The successful applicant will be able to work from home and be able to devote 15hours a week to the work of the HCA. For further details, contact Ian Cameron (ianc.cameron@xtra.co.nz phone 574 2558or Muff Newton muff.newton@xtra.co.nz phone 574 2127. Mauri Ora nā Akoranga ~ Learning for Life… since 1861

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MAINLY MUSIC

10am - 11am every Friday at St Peter's Church Hall, 30 Lawrence Street. Music and movement for preschoolers. $2 donation per family. Morning tea provided.

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http://www.pelorusareahealthtrust.co.

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Captain’s Daughter Bar & Bistro

72 Main Rd Havelock Ph 574 2440

Bookings Recommended

“June” A busy month at the Captain’s Daughter Friday June 9th 7:30 Brian Shone is new to our line-up of artists, he is a great guitarist and a keen Neil Young fan Friday 16th June 7:30 Midge McCleary our local Sounds blues man Wednesday 21st June Wine Night 6:30 This month we have Lake Challis wines This is a popular night and numbers are limited. RSVP Friday 23rd June 7:30 Denny Jude will once again entertain us with his acoustic guitars and humour

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