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Your Say: If you could have dinner with 1 person alive or dead, past, present or future who would it be & why?

Morgan Gary Yourofsky. He is my favorite animal liberation activist.






My future children. I want to see what they look like and what they’re like.

My father. It’d be cool to see what he’s like.

Leonardo Dicaprio. He is my childhood crush.

Grandmother. I’d liked to have spent more time with her.


Michael Jackson. 10/10 Donald Trump. the best musician. It’d He’s cool and he’s be amazing to get to not like President know him over dinner.

Ani Nock, sporting legend of Nawton!

Ani Nock is a Nawton local hard and one of Hamilton City Council’s Community Advisors, when she’s not working in partnership with the community and other key stakeholders and organisations /agencies to facilitate and promote social wellbeing for Hamilton’s communities, she’s helping run the Waikato Touch Association. “I love the Nawton community” says Ani as she talks about her sporting achievements. She is very humble and in the world cup for woman’s touch, she inspires many. Surprisingly she isn’t most proud of her own personal success, but of the touch club she has been running for 10 years. “I’m most proud of my children though. Encouraging them to learn how to play sport, and enjoy it.” Ani says, enjoyment is the critical part of any sport. “As soon as it

becomes work, it instantly gets harder to do.” Her advice for teenagers balancing an academic and sporting life style is “to keep sport as something you enjoy and to keep academics as something you complete.” Ani also said “If you have support from your family or friends. It makes life easier.” While she’s not raising kids, repping touch or refereeing, Ani is a full time Community Advisor for Hamilton City Council. The advisors lead and facilitate projects and programmes in partnership with key groups to complete objectives across the City to the community and Hamilton. Community Advisors have local community responsibilities too including being assigned to establish and co-ordinate welfare functions in an emergency situation.

We’re thankful to have this local legend still around, kia ora Ani!

Local kindy’s vision coming to life! St Andrews Kindergarten will be painting Waikato beautiful after winning Keep New Zealand Beautiful’s annual Wall Worthy competition. In its 6th year, the Wall Worthy competition celebrates our communities, local legends and unheard stories in a way that will visually improve the environment. KNZB asked schools to submit what makes their town or school unique and illustrate how they would tell

their story through a painted mural. KNZB CEO, Heather Saunderson, says Wall Worthy is a nationwide behavioural change campaign aimed at the elimination and prevention of graffiti vandalism from a community based approach. “There tends to be a reduction in tagging when urban murals, reflective of the local community, are used to replace graffiti vandalised walls”says Saunderson. Titled “Te Ako Taniwha”, the students

Chill is back!

of St. Andrews Kindergarten had a clear vision on how they could beautify their school and visually demonstrated to judges their idea was “Wall Worthy”. Jodie Hansen, the Head Teacher at St Andrews Kindergarten who submitted the entry says “We are so delighted to have received the news that we are the winners of the KNZB wall worthy mural competition. “Here at St Andrews Kindergarten keeping our environment beautiful has long been a focus for us, our whanau and our community. We are excited to further enhance our newly developed sustainable garden area using the Resene prize pack.’’

Photocopying & printing!

It’s that time of the year again when the Western Community Centre puts in its annual request for 14 tonne of snow. It’s our chance to celebrate winter and have a blast on the last day of the July school holidays. The event is shaping up to be a great day of fun activities, entertainment, cool prizes, face painting and a few surprises. Bring a winter picnic or grab some tasty food from the range of food stalls we will have available. It’s an awesome family day out and we always enjoy seeing our community come together. Check out our facebook event page for more information. PS. Does any one have a digger and would be willing to help us out by spreading out the snow in the morning? We will provide you with a very tasty breakfast and the smiles of 500 children. If you can help, please call me at the Centre 8474873. Neil Tolan The Western Community Centre

Friday 22nd JULY




A4 B&W 10c A4 Colour 50c, 
 A3 B&W 15c, 
 A3 Colour $1

Scan to email $1
 A4 Laminating $1,

A3 Laminating $1.50 If you have large quantities talk to us and we may be able to sharpen the pencil.

46 Hyde ave, Nawton We can print from your USB and we have Eftpos.

office hours

Mon - Fri 8.30am - 5.30pm

07 8474873

n er persoa! Just $3 p en ar e snow

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