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The Mad Butcher And Suburban Newspapers Community Trust Invites You To A
Sunday 12 December
at Ellerslie Racecourse
Every year we say THANK YOU to the people of Auckland for their fantastic
support with this FREE day out for the whole family.
Start The Holiday Season In Style
Entertainment - and Father
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FREE GAMES & RIDES for Kids
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TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS
GIFT VOUCHERS AVAILABLE
CALL FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
Mr Murphy created this Foundation in 2002 in memory
of his Mother to express gratitude for the help and care that
she received in her latter years of her life.
To be eligible, organisations must bene t people
within the Auckland area (as de ned by the Supercity
• Providing assistance and care for terminally ill people in
• Improving the quality of life for our older people in our
• Providing assistance and care for people su ering from
illness in our community.
ere will be a two stage selection process; expressions
of interest and full applications. Expressions of interest
may be submitted by a charitable organisation only
(no individuals). e closing date for the expressions of
interest is 24 December 2010.
To request an expression of interest form...
Email Kim.email@example.com • Write to
Kim Peacock at Public Trust, Private Bag 17906,
Greenlane, Auckland • Phone (09) 985 6824
An Auckland mem-
orial service for the
miners killed in the
Pike River disaster
will be held on
Friday morning at
Holy Trinity Cath-
edral in Parnell.
inational service is
being organised by
the Auckland Coun-
cil and is open to all
members of the
Mayor Len Brown
says it's important
for Aucklanders to
be able to express
sadness and empa-
thy'' for those hurt
by the tragedy.
service is an import-
ant part of the heal-
ing process for those
who have links to
the tragedy, and an
important way to
with those on the
West Coast,'' he
The Pike River
memorial service is
at 7am, Holy Trin-
ity Cathedral, 446
This week's Thanks a Bunch goes to
Rebecca Chambers from Papakura
who has been nominated by Joop and
Janny Mernders of Manurewa. They
We have known Rebecca less than a
year but she adopted us as her
grandparents and looks after us as she
sees the need.
I had a lengthy stay in hospital so
my husband had to cook meals which
left much to be desired. Rebecca made
sure my husband always had a cooked
meal, dessert etc.
She provides transport to and from
the hospital and when there is work to
be done she is there to help. She sees
a need and fixes it.
We would love to see Rebecca
rewarded with Thanks a Bunch as she
always says she doesn't need anything
and that she does it because she loves
Needless to say, we love her heaps
and would love to see her with a bunch
of flowers to let her know how much
we appreciate her.''
If you know someone who deserves
recognition for their efforts send a
name and phone number for both you
and your nomination to Thanks a
Bunch, Papakura Courier, PO Box
76-400 Manukau city. You can also
email firstname.lastname@example.org or drop your nomi-
nation into Country Floral at
Roselands Shopping Centre, Papa-
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