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Wednesday February 8, 2017

J o i n U P t o d ay ! BECOME A WAINUIOMATA BEAR GRYLLS! Inviting adults, girls & boys to join up for adventure, enhance your team skills & problem solving. We’re actively seeking new leaders. Keas - 5-8 years Cubs - 8-10 years Scouts - 10-14 years Expand your life skills with Scouts and enjoy a large range of outdoor activities.


“Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t - you’re right.” Henry Ford

Grey Power THE ACTIVE ORGANISTATION FOR THOSE 50+ Monthly meetings on the 4th Wednesday of each month. February to November at Life City Church - 1-3 Parkway at 1.30pm. All enquiries to Jane Chamberlain on, Ph 971 9189 or Ken Salmon on, Ph 934 6473.

HIP-HOP, JAZZ AND CONTEMPORARY DANCE CLASSES IN WAINUIOMATA AND LOWER HUTT. • Classes for students of all ages and abilities, from 3-50+ years old. • Experience a safe, positive, and comfortable learning environment. • Enjoy appropriate dance moves and family-friendly music in all our classes. For more information, contact Haidee on 0276549194 or email

Winter League, Thursday 16 March 7.30pm in the Hillview Lounge at the Fitzroy Tavern We are also affiliated to Clubs New Zealand

Junior & Youth Darts registration night Wednesday 1 March (8–17 years old) Contacts: Kim McLean (Secretary) 0275432913 or Jeanne Silcock (Treasurer) 0274042294 NEW MEMBERS ALWAYS WELCOME

REGISTER NOW WAI NU IO M ATA Football Club (soccer)

WAINUIOMATA ATHLETIC & HARRIER CLUB (INC) Your local walking and running club

Meetings: Saturdays, 2.00pm, at our clubrooms in Richard Prouse Park

Player’s wanted If you are 15 and over and want to play Women’s Football please contact Leanne.



If you are 4 to 14 years old and want to play Football we are holding registrations next week.

Thursday 16th February 6.30pm to 8.00pm and Sunday 19th February 5.00 to 6.00pm, both at Richard Prouse Park Clubrooms.


To register your interest visit:


For more information contact:

Club Secretary, Karen: 021 129 4070 Mens Club Captain, Alan: 022 652 4692


For further information please email Wainui Juniors:

168 hours in a week, yet all it takes is 1 hour a week to develop self-confidence as well as skills such as communication, leadership, listening, time management as well as learning the art of giving effective feedback… all skills that will be beneficial in all aspects of your life. You hone these skills in a friendly supportive atmosphere that makes Toastmasters fun and you will make new friends along the way.

Take that 1st step… come along and see what Toastmasters can offer you… it will be our privilege to meet you Wednesday nights, 6.50pm–8.30pm in the Community Centre meeting room nearest the library… look for the big yellow flag

Contact Ann 970-0880

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