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Wednesday May 24, 2017

Promoting a healthy future

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hardwood mix $14 installations by top-qualified electrician with By Rachel Binning Tess Clarke Health Futures times a week for communirecord of over fifty years of giving locals the Free Delivery in Wainui Trust Executive Officer is ty events including school Healthy Futures Charita- keen to see sweetened drinks discos and fairs, and sports lowest cost “around-the-clock” service, just Our“from summer pools were built us. ble Trust is on a mission to removed places where club by prize-givings. The trust phone 977-8787 or 021-0717-674 or email Blends in well did cause no improve the health of all children and families gather is fuss. currently working with jack.powell@outlook.com Trades and Services New Zealanders. In 2013 a and [see With cause the]hydro waterslide as thewill best thea splash. Wellington City Council group of health professionals drink for (WCC) to install two new Andall”. to it many people dash. Situation Vacant came together as they were The Through trust loves water andwe twist waterand stations in the CBD. native bush wiggle. concerned about the numbers low-fatFrom milkthe and encourage WCC is now commitchildren brings aThe giggle. of children and young people these Severn as the best drinks for ted to its existing days a week the place is upgrading open. with preventable serious and children youngdays people. drinking fountains. Check out Hotand summer we all are hopen! life-long illnesses, including Tess said the trust has “made the trust at Wellington events, obesity, tooth decay and type huge inroads … to removing sports clubs, schools, hospi2 diabetes – all of which sweetened beverages from tals and workplace seminars 46 Waione St Petone Notice health and providcan be stopped before they children’s environmentsPublic and promoting Ph: 5685989 Open Sat 9am-3pm develop. promoting water”. ing diabetes risk assessments, Formerly cpa spares OFeveryTHE D AY The trust encourages The trust has gone from and look out for Garden to Wainuiomata Squash Club one to use its messages and experiencing “resistance from Table, WELLfed and the Funeral Director tools to help make their own some communities” with itsAGM Healthy Futures Water Kit. N healthy eating and activi- message of not providing chil-  To support Healthy Fu51. J.K. ty choices in the face of a dren with sweetened drinks to tures work go to givealittle. Rowling 7.00pm co.nz/org/hfft. To volunteer bombardment of messages not being able to keep up with chose the people to eat and the demand for itsMonday for more information go Encouraging us all to enjoy fresh healthy water: Tess Clarke and Kathryn Park from 30th encouraging water kit, orNovember unusual to healthyfutures.org.nz Healthy Futures Trust. PHOTO: Bella Photography the Clubrooms drink what they like. which is loaned out At several name ‘Hermione’ Corner of Main Road so young and Moohan Streets, Wainuiomata girls wouldn’t be teased By Julia Czerwonatis primarily made by locals who Bringing local news for being go to drop-in classes at the nerdy! to the community The Karori community centre where they each work is gearing up for the chilly on their own projects. season with Karori Arts and “We will also have a memSituation Vacant Craft’s Winter Warmers event, bership drive where locals that selling locally made artisan run a workshop at Karori Arts A solid knitting ware and more. and Craft give people a taste Each year the arts centre of what we do here,” Margaret holds a two-day Winter said. “People can try painting, Warmers where everyone card making and knitting.” from the community is welYvonne Tipppett is a Karori come to go along and buy resident and full-time crafter. handmade winter clothing as She will sell her hand-crafted well as yarn and their own soft toys, cards and bags at her wool. Winter Warmers stall. “Craft“We have everything at our ing stops me from going crazy Deliverers Required in stalls for people to keep warm in my retirement,” Yvonne during the winter: scarves, said with a laugh. ”I have stalls Area 1: Momona, Mohaka, Kawatiri - Kaponga. gloves, fleece coats for babies, most weekends. It’s good; I cuddle rugs and much more get to meet fantastic people at amazing stuff,” Karori Arts both sides of the table.” Craft coordinator Marga The event will run from Applications are availableand at our recruitment View the Wainuiomata News 11am-3pm on May 27 and 28 ret Taylor office or at the security gate based in said. the www.wsn.co.nz Ngauranga George in Wellington. accounts@wsn.co.nz at the Karori Arts and Crafts The items up for sale areonline Yvonne is using colourful polar fleece and acrylic for her soft toys. PHOTO: Julia Czerwonatis Contact Barry 472 7987 or 021 276 6654. Centre. Cash only.

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