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SECURE STORAGE 14sqm $42 per week. 2m seasoned pine $180 Wainui Self Storage, Waiu St, 0274805150. By Julia Czerwonatis waters,” Liz stated. impact they can have on it,” 4m Split pine store for Mountains to Sea cur-Watling Angela next winter $330 Composed byis Tony 11th.said. Nov. 2015 Trades and Services Geared up with waterproof rently training up groups Abbie, Amy and Isabella Large Bags Kindling $13 fishing waders Ngaio School such as the Ngaio School searched Korimako StreamFOR ALL ELECTRICAL repairs and Large Bags Dry Pine/ students set off to examine students to collect data which for bugs. “If we find lots hardwood mix $14 installations by top-qualifi ed electrician with their local stream’s health. will then be used for the it means that the stream is Free Delivery in Wainui Liz Gibson, Community online database. alive and healthy,” Amyrecord of over fifty years of giving locals the outreach programme coordiThe young Ngaio scientists explained. lowest cost “around-the-clock” service, just Our summer pools by us. nator from the Mountains to who named themselves Thewere built Between leaves and waterphone 977-8787 or 021-0717-674 or email Blendswent in well causeplants no fuss. Sea Conservation Trust, led Investigators ondid their the girls successfully Trades and Services her crew through Cummings third field With slide will cause a splash. triphydro last week. spotted a toe biter and dif-jack.powell@outlook.com Park to the Korimako Stream JamesAnd Climo the as- dash. ferent fly larvae. to itwas many people Situation Vacant to run water quality tests. signed scribe for native the daybush fill- we “Korimako Stream is noThrough twist and wiggle. “We are currently run- ing in aFrom worksheet designed torious for its bad water the children brings a giggle. ning a trial for a monitoring for theSevern project.days James and quality,” Liz said. “A lot of a week the place is open. protocol about the health his three were and sediments pollute Hotschoolmates summer days we allfossils are hopen! of local streams,” Liz ex- examining stones from the the stream. We’re suspecting plained. Mountains to Sea riverbed. “We check how that sewage is leaking into aims to set up a database slippery they are. It tells us Korimako too.” 46 Waione St Petone Notice in conjunction with various how much algae grows Public on Liz will run another two Ph: 5685989 Open Sat 9am-3pm organisations including Niwa the stones,” James explained. sessions with The InvestigaFormerly spares Yearcpa 5 and 6 stuOF THE D“It’s AYgreat to learn all this tors until the end of the term. to provide citizen scientists, dents from Ngaio Wainuiomata Squash Club councils, community groups about the stream.” “It’s an entertaining trip for School went on an Funeral Director and schools with information Parent Angela Ludlow AGM everyone. I love to see how excursion to research N about joined the excursion. “It much the children care about their local stream’s 51. J.K.fresh water quality. “We want to empower peo- gets the children involved the stream and how they health. PHOTO: Julia Rowling ple to take action regarding with their environment and 7.00pm consider themselves to be Czerwonatis chose the Monday November their local streams and fresh- makes them aware of the 30th scientists.” unusual At the Clubrooms name ‘Hermione’ Corner of Main Road so young and Moohan Streets, Wainuiomata girls wouldn’t By Julia Czerwonatis dren let their imaginations run be teased Bringing local news wild and find their own way of for being The Karori Arts and Crafts expressing themselves through nerdy! to the community Centre (KACC) offers young their art. aspiring artists a place to become KACC has operated informally as creative as they can be. Julie as an arts and crafts society since Situation Vacant Moonlight has been running 1966. In 1993 KACC became a workshops for children for about charitable trust with the purpose A solid six years and said she loved to offer creative minded from all coaching young talents. over Wellington space to meet “I have a great passion for art. up, craft and develop their skills. It’s amazing to be able to share Margaret Taylor is coordinatit with others,” Julie explained. ing the KACC and also ofIn her workshops, Julie always fers various workshops. “The tries new techniques with her facilities can be used by all students. like-minded people and groups,” “I encourage the children Margaret said. Knitting groups to experiment and learn new and photography meetups are Deliverers Required in skills,” she said. From paper currently operating inside the maché and clay to printing and centre. Area 1: Momona, Mohaka, Kawatiri - Kaponga. painting, Julie is doing it all with “With the new school term we her students. “The messier, the also offer a new range of exciting more the children seem to love workshops,” Margaret said. it,” she stated. For Wainuiomata more information email Applications are available at our recruitment Viewthe News office or at the security gate based the was always Julie saidin she karoriarts.crafts@xtra.co.nz or www.wsn.co.nz Ngauranga George in Wellington. accounts@wsn.co.nz pleased to see when the chil- online Margaret and Julie presenting the art of some of their little students. PHOTO: Julia Czerwonatis Contact go on craftsandarts.co.nz. Barry 472 7987 or 021 276 6654.

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