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Paula’s joyful ceramic art During August, vibrant and colourful Otaki artist, Paula Archibald, will hold her first solo exhibition at Petone’s Artspace Gallery. Paula has been working with clay for 26 years and creates unique, one-off artworks using a variety of clay and techniques finished off

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The SPCA (Society for the Preven- ity have raised more than $2million and care,” Andrea Midgen, SPCA’s tion of Cruelty to Animals) encour- through the baking and selling of acting CEO, said. aged Kiwis across the country to cupcakes and other treats. “Cupcake Day is a fun and deliget their paws messy in the kitchen This year, SPCA Cupcake Day cious way to help raise funds for for this year’s SPCA Cupcake Day. will be on Monday, August 14, and the shelter, food and vet treatment The annual fundraiser provides the SPCA invited people to register these animals need, while they wait a tasty way for New Zealanders and bake for friends, family, col- for their forever homes,” she said. to “bake” a difference in the fight leagues and classmates, no matter “We’re very grateful to everyone Deliverers Required in against animal cruelty. what their baking ability. who bakes or buys a cupcake. Now in its ninth year, Cupcake SPCA aims to raise $400,000 “The funds raised help the SPCA Area 1: Momona, Mohaka, Kawatiri - Kaponga. Day is the SPCA’s fun, communithrough Cupcake Day sales this to provide vital care to vulnerable ty-driven annual fundraiser with all year. animals across New Zealand.” proceeds going towards protecting “In our SPCA centres across as an individabused, neglected, injured and the country, 46,000 abused and  To bake and sellApplications are available at our recruitment on abandoned animals. neglected animals come through ual, team or school,offiregister ce or at the security gate based in the Since 2009, supportersaccounts@wsn.co.nz of the char- our doors every year in need of love spcacupcakeday.co.nz. Ngauranga George in Wellington.

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