10 — Botany and Ormiston Times, Thursday, August 16, 2018
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lat Bush Corps Plant has just moved to a new office at 18 Fusion Road, near Botany Junction. To make their presence felt, Salvation Army Flat Bush had a garage sale on the weekend so that locals get to know of their new address. The turnout was a very good one he says. “We’ve been conducting English classes at the premises for the last two weeks and have also been giving away food parcels,” says Ameet Londhe, Flat Bush officer Lieutenant. Both Ameet and his wife Jessica have been working in the community for the last two-and-ahalf years and this is a step in the right direction.
(Left to right) Lilly Loca, Dahlia Dangerous, Sophia St. Villier, Trillian, Verity Johnson. Bottom L to R: Vola Tile & Valerie Bombshell. Photo supplied Reality Dysfunction
An evening of decadent glamour Blogger, stand-up comedian and wordsmith Verity Johnson asked the audience to forget all about the daily grind and instead focus on just having fun. Just relax and think feathers, rhinestone, opulence and pure glamour, said the MC of the evening. And that’s exactly what the audience that strolled into Uxbridge Art Centre experienced at Enchante Cabaret where two local burlesque artistes, Howick’s Sophia St Villier (who has just returned from a 10 year stint in the UK) and Whitford’s Lilly Loca’s striptease kept the audience enthralled with their routine that was both elegant and
Lieutenant Ameet Londhe says they have moved to Fusion Road near Botany Junction. Times photo Farida Master
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erotic. The old fashioned feather boa was used as a lethal weapon of seduction for concealing, revealing, tantalising and luxuriating in the spotlight. Turning on the heat were Ballet School Dropouts, Trillian and Dahlia Dangerous who demonstrated the art of tease. The tantalising fan dance routine was a mix of grace with synchronisation and sensual energy that had every member of the audience transfixed, refusing to blink or breathe. All in all, a thoroughly entertaining fun evening of decadent glamour.
The cake was cut by charter member Sue Miller, and newest club member Meg Morgan. Photos supplied
Zonta Club of East Auckland celebrated its 31st birthday at the Howick Club on Tuesday by holding a Quiz Night, which raised $1000 for the charity Dress for Success. The evening started with Margot Earwaker from Dress for Success detailed just how women returning to the workforce are given assistance with appropriate dress, make-up, grooming, preparing their CV and interview techniques . They are also given mentoring for two years following taking on a
position in the workforce. She spoke of the privilege in seeing the transformation of ladies who have little opportunities in the past to being positive and confident people who see the possibilities for them. The enjoyable evening was hosted by a competent quiz mistress and Zonta member Marion Jones. The birthday cake was cut by charter member Sue Miller, and newest club member Meg Morgan. ADVERTORIAL CP2505A
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