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Tokomairiro High School
Invite parents / caregivers to an
For those wishing to enrol their
child into Year 7 (or any other level)
for the year 2013.
Wednesday 21 November
Tokomairiro High School
We look forward to
The programme includes:
A tour of the school meeting
with staff questions and
CLUTHA DISTRICT COMMUNITY
at the A&P Show
on Saturday 24th November
from 10am to 2pm
We will also have a wide range of information
available to take away so be sure to check out the
Community Wellness Display in the Rec Centre.
Disease Risk Factors
& Healthy Lifestyles
Joanne Arthur -- Heart Health Advocate
28th November at 12.30pm
Brian Dodds Room, Clutha Health First
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause
of death in NZ, accounting for 40% of deaths
annually. Many of these deaths are
premature and preventable.
This session will look at the risk factors
and some simple lifestyle changes that
could improve your health and reduce
your risk of a heart attack or stroke.
Recipe of the Week Winner
For all your baking and cooking needs call into . . .
If you have a favorite recipe, leave it at the Clutha Leader office, or post
it to PO Box 45, Balclutha, fax 418-1173 and please include your contact
number. You may be next week's winner of a Balclutha New World voucher.
Remember to include why the recipe is special to you.
Open 8am-8pm • 7 Days • 9 Lanark Street • Balclutha • Ph 418 2850
This week's winning recipe was sent in by
Carol Beattie, Milton. She will receive a
$25 voucher from Balclutha New World.
(Voucher to be collected from New World)
2 313g cans salmon
2 beaten eggs
½ cup milk or the liquid from the cans
1 tablespoon grated onion
2 cups sof white breadcrumbs
2 teaspoons grated lemon rind
2 tablespoons chopped parsley
Pepper to taste
Combine all ingredients. Grease loaf tn and press mixture lightly in
to the tn. Place tn in pan with a small amount of water in it. Cook 45
minutes or untl quite frm. Run spatula around tn and turn out on
serving plate. Leave to stand for a while before slicing.
Nice hot or cold
When submitting recipes please type them to save confusion
and please use kilos not pounds. Thank you.
CLUTHA LICENSING TRUST
October 1992 to September 2012
Position held: Vice-President
The Board, Management and Staff of the Clutha Licensing Trust wish to
acknowledge the massive contribution Ross Lyders made to the Clutha Licensing
Trust's business during his term as Trustee to the Trust.
Ross held the position of Vice-President at the time of his untimely death,
a position he held with high regard and completed with the utmost efficiency.
He was extremely passionate about his ward (Lawrence/Tuapeka) and through
his support and promotion he always achieved far greater benefits for his area
than most would possibly have recognised over the years.
Within the first few months of his appointment, the Trust sold his pub (the Coach
& Horse's Inn) and Ross never gave up trying to return it to the Trust's operational
structure and continued to support those that did operate it in anyway he
Ross was hugely involved with all operational aspects of the Trust and he visited
most, if not all of the Trust's premises on a regular basis to ensure all were happy
with how the Trust was operating.
He also promoted the total Trust business when and wherever he could, for the
benefit of the whole community.
Ross was also well recognised within the New Zealand Licensing Trust movement
as an active member.
Ross will be sadly missed within the Trust movement and we would like to
publicly acknowledge his efforts to the Clutha Licensing Trust over the years.
The Trust will be faced with a bi-election for Ross's position for the
Lawrence/Tuapeka Ward in the coming months and we are pleased to advise
that his son Jason has indicated his willingness to stand for this position with the
aim of fulfilling the remainder of his father's term with the Trust.
The next full tri-annual elections will take place on Saturday 12th October 2013.
Church NoticesChurch notices
ST MARK'S, BALCLUTHA
10.00am Children's Church
THURSDAYS: ST MARK'S
SUNDAY 18 NOVEMBER
Vicar: Graham Langley
03 418 1033
Pastor Newton Wills
03 203 8151
Preacher Mrs M McClintock
Ella Kell Session Clerk
Milton Early Learning
33 Centennial Ave, Milton
Ph (03) 417 7424, email@example.com
Saturday 17th November
If you are interested in a natural environment which
promotes independence, trust and fun. Then come along
for a visit, coffee and a play
All children, families & whanau members are welcome
to come and met parents, staff & our programme
STJOHN reminder - it's
not too late to pay your
annual subscription 5007495
SOUTH Otago Town &
Country Club 5th Decem-
ber Senior xmas Dinner
For formal dining, traditional fare,
a garden party or BBQ
menu s to suit
Please call Andre Kain on 419 0327
For a menu and information booklet to be sent
SOUTH Otago Town &
Country Club $10.00
Friday lunch special HAM
To be held at Balclutha
6th December 2012
SHINE Massage Therapy.
Christmas Gift Vouchers
Therapeutic and Relax-
ation Massage Rest-
Revive-Restore by appoint-
ment only, Sarah
McKenzie John Street,
Balclutha 027 424-7808
OWAKA Plunket AGM
23rd November. Catlins
Inn Bistro 7.30pm. Apolo-
gies to Tania Walker
Covered Equine Arena
Off Gray Road
10.00am to 2.00pm
Duncan & Agnes
Smith (nee McMillan).
Centennial of their arrival
in New Zealand 1912
A 200pp history
Contact Doreen Edwards
Orders and $40 must be
received before 30
Book available mid
BOUNCY CASTLES for
hire. Includes Shrek and
Humpty Dumpty. Phone
New and second
See Tony at
100 Clyde St
Ph 418 1600
To be held at Clinton Rugby
Apologies to Secretary
(022) 645-3764 or
FREE Portrait sittings dur-
ing November at Richard
Schofield Photography (03)
DO YOU have a puppy?
Clutha Vets Balclutha
runs Puppy Preschool
classes on Monday nights.
Our last class of the year
starts on the 19th of
November. Places are fill-
ing fast so call us at 418
At the Rudder Bar on the
4th December 2012 at
All current and new
Apologies to Renee
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