Kapi-Mana News : December 20th 2011
13 KAPI-MANA NEWS, DECEMBER 20, 2011 NEWS CHARI MIDNIGH 22 DECEMBER Support Women's Refuge by donating from 6pm -- midnight and be in to win a $1000 Gift Card & signed Phoenix FC Jerseys*. *Donations to be made incentre. Ends midnight, 22 December 2011. For conditions visit our website northcityshoppingcentre.co.nz northcityshoppingcentre.co.nz 4173922AE ...FRESH FISH DAILY... WEATHER PERMITTING, SUBJECT TO CATCH CHRISTMAS TRADING HOURS CHRISTMAS DAY - CLOSED • 26TH-27TH OPEN - 9-4PM REGULAR HOURS FROM THE 4TH JANUARY 2012 ... Inside Moore Wilsons on Kenepuru Drive ... ORDERS & ENQUIRIES PHONE 237 0912 MOANA PACIFIC FISHERIES A Division of Aotearoa Fisheries Ltd FRE E E E E E ES S S S S S S SH H H FISH DA A A A A A AI I I I I I IL L L L LY S LIVE CRAYFISH XMAS ORDERS WELCOME COOKED CRAYFISH 3195517CG (last orders Thursday this week. Live on arrival) LIVE FARMED BABY PAUA ORDERS AVALIABLE WOFS* Monday through to Saturday BE IN QUICK, AS BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL ONLY Y AT: UNIT 3, 98 MAIN RD, TAWA (JUST BEHIND BP SERVICE STATION) www.tawaautoservice.co.nz 04 232 9128 *TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLY $30 PLEASE PRESENT THIS VOUCHER • Valid until May 2012 • 3539562AH lace a gift nder s meone else's tree By placing a gift under the Kmart Wishing Tree, you can help families in need this Christmas. The more gifts, the more smiles on Christmas morning. www.kmart.co.nz/wishingtree Find us and let us thank you Drums herald big food collection 'A lot of families will be very happy' Even the little old ladies were coming out in their nighties with their food stuffs wanting us to stop and get them picked up,'' said Kitiona Tauira, one of the co- ordinators of the Strong Pacific Families Contribute to Distribute' food collection. The December 3 food drive was the culmination of the Strong Pacific Families Week of Actions to help eliminate violence in the community. Last year the food collection focused on the Pacific churches in Porirua. This year's collection was bigger and included two convoys of two trucks each which covered the region from Tawa to Whitby. The convoys were often heard before they were seen -- each lead truck was full of Cook Island drummers. When the people heard the Cook Island drums, they came,'' said Makerita Makapelu of the Wesley Community Action food bank. The drums provided the beats and the people were dancing Zumba on the streets, on their bal- conies and in their homes. It was really buzzing and it was all about giving to help others.'' Most of the runners were young people who donated their time for the food collection. Running around the streets of Porirua was challenging, especially all those hills,'' said 16-year-old Ben Sakaio from the Pahina Tokelauan Church, who was one of the runners. But it was all worth it knowing I was doing it to help others. We managed to fill half a Mainfreight truck with all the food, toys and clothes people donated. Being a part of this food collection was awesome, I'll definitely be doing it again next year.'' The proceeds of the food collec- tion were distributed to the Sal- vation Army and Wesley Com- munity Action food banks. There will be a lot of families who will be very happy with this great support from the com- munity, and thank you to the Strong Pacific Families Com- mittee for organising this food col- lection,'' said Elizabeth Iona from the Salvation Army food bank.
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