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Last year’s appeal raised $123,270 for Christchurch Hospital’s paediatric wards and neo-natal unit. Countdown Kids Hospital Appeal chairwoman Ruth Krippner says most kiwi kids will visit hospital at some stage in their childhood. She said Countdown is proud to play a part in helping provide these hospitals with the equipment needed to treat illness and injury. “Whether it’s a one off visit for a minor injury or a lengthy stay for a serious illness, most New Zealand children will have a brush with a children’s hospital ward at some point​– just like this family,” Ms Krippner said. “Thanks to the generosity of our customers and the fundraising efforts of the Countdown

The stunning Lion King Junior

How to donate •To donate to the appeal, visit your local Countdown and donate at the checkout or purchase a Kids Hospital Appeal wristband or raffle ticket •Contributions can be made at any Countdown, including the Avonhead, Bush Inn, Church Corner and at Christchurch Airport stores •The appeal has raised more than $10.4 million since it began in 2007 •It fundraises for 11 children’s hospitals around New Zealand, including Christchurch Hospital •It runs from August 7 until October 29

teams, we’re able to help provide hospitals with the much neededequipment to treat thousands of Kiwi kids. Last year, we raised ​ more than $1.1 million, and we’re hoping to do the same this year.” Meanwhile, Jacob is busy putting on his “best face” for the photographer. “Does a picture come out of that?” he asks.

To the hypnotic beat of djembe drums and breath-taking lighting effects, Riccarton High School’s Disney’s The Lion King Junior created joy and magic. Six capacity audiences gasped, cheered, wept, laughed and were enchanted by the school’s latest musical production. Principal’s assistant Karen Churchward said the singing, acting and dancing was of a professional quality. “The brilliant set, stunning costumes, masks and make-up that morphed students into vibrant African birds and amazing animals delivered creative magic and delight,” she said.

HAKUNA MATATA: Oliver Worrall as Timon and Samuela Tatofi as Pumba.

COLOUR: Mikaire Smith as Simba and Zemirah Koiki as Rafiki.

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Western News 11-07-17  

Western News 11-07-17

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