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Wednesday August 2, 2017

Ian Cornell, Professionals Global Chairman congratulates John Ross, Owner, Professionals Lower Hutt.

Wainuiomata BMX Club will invite the community to an open day on September 2. Club representatives will open up the track to allow anyone to have a go at BMX and understand what the sport is all about. The open day aims to grow

the number of members at the club. Wainuiomata BMX Club also has a couple of young riders representing NZ at Rock Hill, USA. If you would like to know m ore, cont ac t Al e e sha Waistell on 021 0220 9161.

Tree planting in August A tree planting will be held at Ngaturi Park on August 6. Another will be held at Rotary Park on August 13. Ten trees will be planted at each of the parks as part of the Ngahere Kai project – a

Palliser Hotel Thursdays

Karaoke Fridays $300 JACKPOT

With Lee

Texas Hold’em poker Starts at 6.30pm

Saturday 5th August

Anyone who has worked in real estate will understand how competitive the industry is. Not only are agents aiming to achieve excellence for both buyers and sellers, they’re constantly trying to keep up with changes in the marketplace. Professionals Lower Hutt has been inducted into the 2017 Professionals Chairman’s Club. The club consists of the top performing offices within the Professionals real estate group across Australia and New Zealand. “As a top performing office among, [it’s] a chance to celebrate our recent successes and set even more ambitious goals for the remainder of 2017 and beyond,” John Ross of Professionals Lower Hutt said. “It’s very humbling and we were honoured to attend the dinner. Induction into the Chairman’s Club allowed us to learn from other top performing offices and use the knowledge to help our valued customers.” For over 40 years, Professionals Real Estate has been helping people achieve their property goals. As the real estate group continues to thrive, our office is proud to keep this tradition going.

Open day at BMX club

New Live Band

Saturday 12th August

Professionals Lower Hutt recognised for outstanding performance

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New Live Band

Jah Rhythm

L.T.D

Planning a Party? Private function room available for hire. You bring the food, We’ll do the drinks and the venue!

Moores Valley Road. Ph 920 0276

collaboration between the Hutt City Council and Common Unity project Aotearoa. It aims to make locally grown food more accessible to families.

Eddy’s Bar & Cafe

Quiz Night

Music Trivia

This Thursday 7pm

Karaoke on Friday from 9pm

13 Queen Street, Ph 04 564 6735

A word from

Mayor Ray Wallace I recently visited the pop-up ‘Al Capone’s Soup Kitchen’ at Holy Trinity Church in Wainuiomata as part of the Hutt Winter Festival. It was an awesome experience. The students from Te Rangatahi Learning Centre got right into the cooking and the 1930s vibe. The soup was tasty and healthy! Speaking of healthy, there’s an exciting family wellness event coming to Wainuiomata on 12 August. ‘Wellness in Wainui’ is a mini expo designed to provide information on health, wellness and services to keep families warm and thriving throughout the year. A similar programme, ‘Healthy in the Hutt’, has been really successful so we’ve brought the concept to Wainui this year as well. Grab your family, friends and neighbours and come down to Queen St for a day of free family fun. There’ll be demonstrations, giveaways and stalls to visit throughout the day. Come along for a free lunch. A delicious hot soup with bread will be served throughout the day. I hope to see you there! On a different note, you may have noticed Blue Lines appearing on roads in Lower Hutt over recent weeks. Blue Lines are road markings that show the maximum reach of a large tsunami. They also show where you need to get past in such an event. While Wainuiomata is out of the tsunami zone, some other parts of Lower Hutt aren’t.

Areas at risk could be where you work, go shopping or where the kids play sport. Make sure you know where to go in these cases, and how you will get there.

OPEN HOME

At Woburn Apartments, 29E Wai-iti Cres, Woburn, Lower Hutt Each Wednesday, 10-11am

If you’re in Wainuiomata, friends and family from inside a tsunami zone may need somewhere to meet up or stay until the official “all clear” is given. Talk to them about their plans and prepare your emergency supplies accordingly. Remember, if you’re in a tsunami zone and an earthquake is long or strong (one that lasts for over a minute or is strong enough to knock you off your feet), get past the Blue Lines immediately. Don’t wait for an official warning. Being prepared is the best defence for you and your family. Take a moment to check out the website www.getprepared.org.nz. Until next time, take care.

Mayor - Lower Hutt

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