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Wednesday November 15, 2017

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Continued from page 1. The car show is set to feature an array of eye-catching classic and muscle cars parked around the playground at Fernlea School, Lees Gr, Wainuiomata. There will also be a number of competition cars on show.

Tony and Georgia are confident there will be lots of cars for people to look at and the hope is to raise more than $500. Already more than 300 people are set to attend. Entry into the event will be a

gold coin for adults and 50c for under 12s. A sausage sizzle and raffle will be run on the day as well. All money will go towards new sports equipment. The event will run from 10am to 1pm on November 19.

 For more information or to enter a car in the show, contact Fernlea School on 564 6066. Alternatively, people can Search ‘Georgia’s Car show Fernlea fundraiser’ on Facebook.

Senior students recognised for 2017 efforts Senior students from Wainuiomata High School have been recognised for their successes throughout 2017. The prizegiving was held on November 7 and provided an opportunity for staff to publically acknowledge and celebrate top academic achievers and recognise the special contribution of a number of students at Wainuiomata High School. Major year 13 prize winners were Wainuiomata High School Dux Annalise Richardson and proxime accessit to Dux Joel Carman. Annalise picked up the Wainuiomata High School Board of Trustees Cup and Medal for Dux; Lions Club of Wainuiomata Award to the Dux; Victoria University Pathway Scholarship; Ernst & Young Cup for year 13 Social Sciences; Sandy Clough Memorial Trophy for year 13

Classical Studies; Wainuiomata High School Cup for year 13 Statistics; and Wainuiomata High School Cup for year 13 Home Economics. Joel picked up the Wainuiomata High School Board of Trustees Cup and Medal for Proxime Accessit to Dux; University of Otago Performance Entrance Scholarship; Industrial Research, Alan MacDiarmid Prize for year 13 Chemistry; New Zealand Institute of Physics Prize for Senior Physics; Victoria University Mathematics Department Cup for year 13 Mathematics; and WelTec Cup for year 13 Science. Other awards were:

Ruby Gardner, Wainuiomata High School Board of Trustees Medal to Deputy Head Girl, Alex Reedijk Award for Senior Contribution to Arts Technical; Shannon Collier, ASPIRE Cup;

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Joseph Tunupopo, Wainuiomata High School Board of Trustees Medal to Deputy Head Boy, Board of Trustees Cup and Medal for Student Rep on the Board of Trustees; Breanna Smith, Brent Cantwell Cup for Senior Creativity in Media Studies; Helena Kerr, Bruce Little Go Travel Cup for Tourism Student of the Year; Shiloh Babbington, Ernst & Young Cup and Medal for Head Girl; Byron Cooper, VIBE Trophy for the Highest Performing Gateway Student, Hospitality Prize for Senior Hospitality Student; Alexander Faifailoa, Lions Club of Wainuiomata Cup for Citizenship, Lynaire Parish Cup for a Senior Physical Education Student, Ernst & Young Cup and Medal for Head Boy; Reuben Bartlett and Isaac Nam, Mata Semau Memorial Trophy for Persistent Work Ethic; Shannon Collier and

Isaiah Brooker, McKellar Cup for Excellence in Performing Arts; Patricia Ong, Wainuiomata High School Trophy for Year 13 DVC, Riddiford Lions Club Cup for Student Achievement, Mills Award for Outstanding Effort in Year 13 Art; John Martin, Muroya Senior Language Cup; Courtney Beck, Stage Challenge Award for Most Valuable Performer; Junia Falaniko and Alex Muavae, VIBE Trophy for the Best Performance in a Gateway Placement; Pearl Philavong, Victoria University Cup for Year 13 English; Sheldon Brown, Wainuiomata High School Cup for Year 13 Technology, Wainuiomata High School Trophy for Year 13 CAD; Nina Kaiwai, Wainuiomata High School Trophy for Year 13 Design and Fashion Year 11 and 12 students were also acknowledged.

Wainuiomata News 15-11-17  

Wainuiomata News 15-11-17

Wainuiomata News 15-11-17  

Wainuiomata News 15-11-17