Home' Bay Chronicle : April 28th 2011 Contents COMMUNITY NOTICES
Air Training Corps 25 Squadron
(District of Kaikohe), Tuesday night
ATC Hall, Clifford St (beside the Fire
Station). Information from unit
commander ph 401-2171 (Tuesdays
6.30pm-9pm) or a/h 405-2384.
ACC Support Group Far North,
Support and assistance for ACC
claimants. Ph 405-3141 or
Alcoholics Anonymous, family groups,
weekly and fortnightly meetings.
Kerikeri meeting details ph 407-5444.
Alzheimers Society Northland Kerikeri,
Meets in Herb Murray Room, Kerikeri
Village Trust, third Wednesday of
month, 1pm. Rawene meets at
Ambulance Hall, third Monday of
month, 9.30am-11.30am. Information,
Arthritis NZ Information and Support,
Free monthly clinics in your area. Ph
Age Concern Mid North, 128 Kerikeri
Rd. Accredited visiting service, health
promotion and social activities.
Membership $10 pa. Ph 407-4474.
Babes'N'Bubs playgroup, meets at
the Plunket Kaitaia clinic on Bank St
every Friday from 10am. All parents
and babies welcome. Ph Erena
Hodgkinson 027-266-2388 or
Bay of Islands Runners and Walkers,
Meets every Saturday at 8am in
summer and 9am in winter for a walk
or run. Ph Gea 405-7773.
Bay Shutterbugs Camera Group,
Meets monthly every 3rd Sunday.
Novices to professionals welcome. Ph
407-8695 or 405-0235.
Bay of Islands Aero Club, Next to
terminal at Kerikeri Airport. Piper
Cherokee and Cessna 150 aircraft
available for hire, instructor available.
Meet 1st and 3rd Sunday for dinner,
licensed bar. Social membership
available. Ph Alan Murgatroyd
Bay of Islands Classic and Sports Car
Club (Inc), A social car club for anyone
interested in cars and motoring
activities. All car enthusiasts welcome.
For more information ph (09)
Bay of Islands Dressage Group, Meets
fortnightly at Kaikohe Showgrounds for
group rallies. We welcome new adult
members and children over 10 years.
Start time 11am. Inquires to ph
BOI Branch New Zealand Society of
Genealogists, Meets fourth Saturday
on the months January to November at
North Tech, corner Kerikeri and Hone
Heke roads, Kerikeri, 9.30am to
12.30pm. Ph 401-7078.
BOI Diners Club, Meets monthly at
different restaurants. Phone for
membership details. Ph 407-5364 or
BOI Federation of Women's Institute,
Kaikohe meets second Monday of
month 11am at senior Citizens Hall;
Taumarere/Opua meets first Tuesday
10.30am Taumarere United Rugby
Football Hall. For more information ph
Bay of Islands Garden Club meets, 1st
Tuesday of each month, new members
welcome, for more information ph (09)
404-1355 or (09) 407-7634.
BOI Waldorf Education Trust,
Playgroup meets Tuesday 9.30am-
noon at Mahoe Farms, Oromahoe,
SH10, Kerikeri. Toy making and craft
group meets Tuesday evenings once a
month in each other's homes. Ph
BOI Travel Club, Now meets at The
Club, Cobham Rd, Kerikeri, last Friday
of the month at 6pm. New members
welcome. Bookings essential. More
information ph 407-8907 or
Business and Professional Women
BPW, Kerikeri Business and
Professional Women meet at
Woodlands, 126 Kerikeri Rd, 6.15pm
second Wednesday of month. Ph
Cancer Society, Information and
support to people and whanau at time
of cancer diagnosis. Information also
available on reducing risk of developing
cancer. For information, ph Daffodil
House 437-5593 or 0800-366-066.
Cadets, The Kerikeri Cadet Unit,
commonly known as the Army Cadets,
meets Thursdays from 6.30pm to
8.30pm at Kerikeri High School.
Accepting new recruits aged 13 to 15
during February. Information from unit
commander ph 021-626-569.
Ceilidh-Celtic music song and dance,
Mangonui Hall on 3rd Saturday of
month. Doors open 7pm. Dancing
begins 7.30pm. Entry $2 plus a plate.
Music by local musicians.
Citizens Advice Bureau, Cobham Rd,
Kerikeri, Service from Kaeo to Kerikeri
and Bay of Islands; Kawakawa to
Kaikohe and across to Hokianga. Free
confidential service. Ph 407-9829 or
0800-367-222 Monday-Friday 9.30am-
Coastguard BOI, 24-hour, seven days
radio coverage. Get involved. Training
courses available or join for the
benefits. Meet Tuesdays at Wiroa Rd
base, 7pm. Ph 407-4071 for
Come Dancing, Waipapa Hall,
Thursdays 7pm-9.30pm, teaching
available waltz, foxtrot, etc. Cost $5 a
person to cover hall hire expenses. Ph
Computer Club, For the over 50s,
Many courses with low fees, daytime
and evening classes. SeniorNet
Kaikohe. Ph 401-0424.
Down Syndrome, Whangarei &
Districts Down Syndrome Support
Group meets every third Wednesday at
the Child Health Centre, Whangarei
7.30pm. Ph 434-6723 or 437-1267.
Family Playgroup Kaikohe, Tuesdays
10am-1pm. Anglican Church Hall,
Clifford St, Kaikohe. Ph 401-1783.
Far North Federation of Women's
Institute, Te Karae (Hokianga Area)
meet first Wednesday at 10.30am in
the Fire Brigade Station, Kohukohu.
North Night (Kaitaia) meet second
Monday at 5.30pm. Waikuruki (Kaitaia)
meet third Tuesday of month 1.30pm.
Takahue meet third Wednesday in the
Takahue Hall at 10am. New members
welcome, for more information ph (09)
Far North Playcentre Association,
Centres in Awanui, Herekino, Houhora,
Kaitaia, Pamapuria and Peria. All
Charities Commission registered. For
info on these early childhood education
centres, ph Fleur Brassett (09) 408
4338 or visit www.playcentre.org.nz.
Far North Riding Club, Members meet
for great horse treks across stunning
locations. New members and guests
welcome. For more info ph Rebecca
Clay on 407-7197, or Belinda Peddie
Gambling Helpline, A free confidential
24 hour service offering professional
telephone counselling to people with
gambling problems and those affected
by someone else's gambling.
Gambling helpline ph 0800-654-655.
Gay in the Bay, A social group of gay
and lesbians meet on a monthly basis
with activities to promote friendship
and fun in the Northland area. For
contact see our website
Guides Northland, Pippins, Brownies,
Guides and Ranger units throughout
the north. Girls five to adult. Fun and
personal growth. Ph 401-0863.
Her Business, Women into self-
employment meet third Tuesday of
month for networking and a guest
speaker. Ph 407-7552.
Health and Disability Advocates, Free,
confidential service, advocates help
consumers resolve issues with health
care or disability provider. Information,
options and support. Ph Kaitaia
408-7189, Kaikohe 401-1819, head
Hospice Mid-Northland, supporting all
people in the mid North area with a life
limiting illness. Ph (09) 407-7799.
Kaikohe Aged Widows and Invalids
Association, Meets first Tuesday of
month at 1.30pm in the Senior
Citizens Hall. Ph 405-2292.
Kaikohe Community Arts Council,
Promoting arts and culture within our
community for our community. Meets
1st Wed of every month at Mid North
Motor Inn, 5.30pm. email
401-0077 or visit the Nursery Box.
Kaikohe Garden Club, Meets 4th
Monday of month at the Senior
Citizens Hall, Tawanui St, at 1.30pm.
Annual subs $10. New members
welcome. Ph 401-1105 or 405-9555.
Kaikohe Gliding Club, Flying Thursdays
and Sundays at Kaikohe Airfield,
Mangakahia Rd, Kaikohe. Ph
407-8454 or 401-1157.
Kaikohe Ladies Simply Social Club,
Meet for dinner Mid North Motor Inn,
last Wednesday of the month,
6.15pm. Further information contact
Dot Field 401-0429.
Kaikohe Playcentre, Family Co-
operative Early Childhood Centre.
Mondays, sessions for first time
parents and babies up to one year old,
11am to 1.30pm. Tuesdays to Fridays
general sessions for children up to six
years, 9.45am-12.30pm. Ph
Kaikohe Pony Club, Rallies at
Waimate North Showgrounds. For
information, ph Michele Cook
021-849-203 or email
Kaikohe Rotary Club, Meets 5.30pm
Wednesdays at the RSA. Ph Noel
Birchall on 401-1700 for meal
Kaikohe Rambling and Tramping Clu,
Tramps every three weeks to a month
within the district. They welcome new
members. For more information ph Lyn
on (09) 401-9338 or Cynthia on (09)
Kaikohe Senior Citizens, Fun and
games for elderly every Tuesday
1.30pm-3pm, Senior Citizens Hall,
Tawanui St, Kaikohe. Bowls, housie,
your ideas welcome. Ph 401-0312.
Kaikohe Simply Social Club, Meets
last Wednesday month, Mid North
Motor Inn. All women are invited to
come along. Ph Dot Field (09)
Kaikohe Yun Jung Do Club, Martial art
training for all ages. Mondays and
Wednesdays 5.30pm-8.30pm Kaikohe
Memorial Hall. Non-contact, non-
competitive self defence. Ph 401-3030
Kaitaia ALZ Club, Provides relief for
carers of people with Alzheimers.
Meetings held in Kaitaia and Mangonui
fortnightly. For information ph Georgie,
at the Switzer Home, 408-1480.
Kaitaia Croquet Club, Matthews
Avenue. Thursdays and Saturdays.
Coaching available. Ph Lynda
Kaitaia Mahjong Group, Tuesdays at
Croquet Club, 1pm. Ph Margaret on
Kaitaia Peoples Centre, General
information, advocacy and free legal
clinics. Hofstede Arcade, Office 2, 90
Commerce St, Kaitaia. All inquiries
confidential. Opening hours 9am to
2pm Monday to Friday. Ph (09)
Kawakawa Kiwi Weight Watchers,
This support group meets at the
Kawakawa Fire Brigade Lounge
Tuesdays 5pm. Ph Shirley 404-0004.
Kawakawa Playcentre, Albert St,
Kawakawa. Licensed, educational and
fun sessions for children 0-6 years,
Tuesday and Thursday 9am-noon.
Wednesday for extended learning in
preparation for school children three
and older) 9am-noon. Ph 404-0114.
Kerikeri Artcraft Society, Working
groups and tutored workshops for all
levels in painting, drawing, needlecraft,
photography and clay sculpture. Ph
Kerikeri Athletic & Striders Club,
Sunday coaching seminars, Kerikeri
High School, 10am-1pm. Ph
Kerikeri Bridge Club, Thursday
evenings, play starts 7.30pm. For
partners, ph 407-9884. Ph 407-8253
or 407-7932 for information.
Kerikeri Croquet Club, Cherry Park
Reserve, Landing Rd. Wednesdays and
Saturdays 9am-3.30pm. New
members welcome. Ph 407-8407.
Kerikeri Creative Fibre, Diverse group
committed to fibre arts, including
spinning, knitting, felting, weaving and
dyeing. Meet 1st and 3rd Monday of
each month at 10.30am. For more
information ph 407-3118 or
407-7497. Visitors and new members
Kerikeri Community Toy Library,
Procter Library, Open Tuesdays and
Saturdays 10am-12.30pm. Ph: Louise
Ridgewell 407 7830 or Samantha
Roessler 407 1533.
Kerikeri Diabetes Awareness Group,
Meets second Tuesday every month,
St John Ambulance Station at 10am.
Kerikeri Embroiderers Guild, Meets at
Kingston House, Hone Heke Rd,
Kerikeri every Thursday. Morning
session 9.30-noon, evening session
7.30-9.30pm. Ph 407-4504.
Kerikeri Floral Art Group, Meets 9am
1st Wednesday of month at St Johns
Ambulance Station, Kerikeri Rd. Ph
407-8883. Beginners welcome.
Kerikeri Indoor Bowling Club, Meets
every Thursday night at 7.15pm.
Information ph 407-8828.
Kerikeri Mainly Music, Music and
movement for preschoolers and their
carers. James Kemp Hall, Stone Store
Hill, Kerikeri. Tuesdays 10.15am
except during school holidays, call
Stephanie 407-3422 or Pat 407-9376.
Kerikeri Patchwork Club, Meets every
fourth Tuesday of the month at 10am
at Kingston House, Hone Heke Rd,
Kerikeri. Ph 407-9846 or 407-5100.
Kerikeri Probus Club, Meets first
Tuesday every month, 10am at the
Kerikeri Club. Ph 407-3422.
Kerikeri SeniorNet, Computer classes
for the over 50s (never too old to learn)
Kingston House Kerikeri, ph
Kerikeri Stroke Club, Meets fortnightly
on Wednesdays, Union Church Hall at
1.30pm, ph 407-7316 or 407-9005.
Kerikeri Stamp Club, Meets second
Monday in the month at the Red Cross
Rooms, 14 Butler Rd, Kerikeri,
7.30pm. Ph 407-4598.
Kohukohu Spiritual Centre, meets
every 2nd Sunday of the month at the
Old School, Kirkpatrick St noon-3pm.
We offer healing, spiritual guidance
and support and a place to gather in
an open, caring and non-judgemental
environment. Ph Lea 405-5843 or
Kurbside Rod & Custom Club,
Kerikeri, Meets second Tuesday of the
Month at 8pm, Hi Octane refuel
meetings encouraging and helping
people with project development.
Certification info and safety, all petrol
heads welcome. Ph a/hrs 405-0949,
La Leche League, Bay of Islands,
meets the 2nd Wednesday of each
month 10am Paihia Baptist Church, 77
Williams Rd. Kerikeri meets the last
Friday of the month, St James Church
10am. Ph Kelly (09) 401-7175 or (09)
403-8825 for free confidential
breastfeeding advice and information.
Life Education Trust, Far North
delivers educational health
programmes to over 5000 students in
the Far North from Dargaville to Te
Hapua. Our volunteers meet monthly.
Chair: Diane Henderson
firstname.lastname@example.org Ph: (09)
Little Tennessee Country Music Club,
Meets third Sunday of the month at
1pm at the Star Hotel in Kawakawa. Ph
Mental Health, Addictions and
Disabilities. Northpoint Services Trust
is a community based support for
those who experience mental health,
addiction or have a disability. 143
Broadway (The old Northern News
building ), Kaikohe. Ph (09) 401-2522.
Servicing the Mid North.
Mid North Budgeting Services Trust,
Finances out of control? Want to save?
Need financial advice? Ph Kane on
401-2216 or call in to 7 Raihara St,
Kaikohe. Home visits available.
Mid North Camera Club, Meets
second Thursday of every month
alternating between Kaikohe (Senior
Citizens Hall) and Kerikeri (Cherry Park
House). Friendly group welcomes new
members. Learn all aspects of
photography. Further information ph
407-8148 or 402-5966.
Mid North Family Support, Rape Crisis
& Youth Services, Free confidental
counselling, advocacy, youth and
budgeting services, education,
information and resources. Free
community courses, Step families,
parenting skills, siblings who fight,
community awarenesss, Rape Crisis.
Upstairs at Kingston House, 123 Hone
Heke Rd, Kerikeri. Ph 407-7511.
Mid North Probus Club, Meets at
Senior Citizens Hall, Tawanui Rd,
Kaikohe, second Monday each month
at 9:45am. Ph 401-2055.
Mid North Women's Refuge, You may
wish to call us if you are a survivor of
or are currently experiencing family
violence or abuse. Our 24-hour crisis
line number is 401-1030. Women are
able to access our community
outreach counsellor, support and
advocacy, anger change for mothers
programme and crisis accommodation
through the number.
New Zealand Red Cross Kaikohe
branch, Meets third Monday of month
at Senior Citizens Hall, Tawanui Rd,
9.30am, ph 401-1248. Paihia branch
meets third Tuesday of month at
Baptist Church Centre, Williams Rd,
10.30am. Kerikeri branch meets
second Thursday of month 1.30pm at
Far North District Red Cross Service
Centre, 14 Butler Rd, ph 407-4168.
NorthAble, Disability information,
equipment new, second hand and hire,
needs assessment and service co-
ordination (0-65 years), LYNKZ
vocational support and community
participation, Oranga Wairua Marae
programme, accessible meeting room
and facilities hire, WEKA public access
computer. Contact nearest office for
details, Whangarei, 40 John St, ph
430-0988, freeph 0508-637-200, fax
438-9468. Kaikohe, Library Square,
Marino Court, ph/fax 401-0942. All
email inquiries to drc@northable.
Northland Harness Club, Pleasure
driving of horses, ponies, donkeys.
Club meets second Wednesday each
month. More info ph 407-7925.
Ohaeawai Taiamai Residents
Association, Meets at 7.30pm on the
first Tuesday of each month at the
Ohaeawai Hotel. Ph Tracey 405-9717
or Michael 405-9969.
Okaihau Community Association,
Meets first Monday of the month at
7.30pm at the Community Hall,
Settlers Way, Okaihau. All welcome.
Okaihau Garden Club, Meets 4th
Monday of each month at 11.30am at
members' homes and visits gardens.
Annual subs $10.Ph 401-9296 or
Okaihau Playcentre, Monday,
Wednesday, Friday 9am-noon, ages up
to six years. First three sessions free.
Tuesday 9am-12.30pm, big kids day,
drop off session for children three to
six, Michie St, Okaihau. Ph 401-9918.
Omapere & Opononi Ratepayers and
Residents Association, Meets 3rd
Monday of each month at the Opononi
Hall at 7.30pm. Ph 405-4522.
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We would like to extend our
warmest love & thanks to all
our whanau and workmates
at Downers for all their love,
koha & support.
Kahu me te whanau
MCINNES, CRAIG & Tania
joyfully welcome Jesse Iris,
born 4.4.11. Our love and
appreciation to family, friends
and our wonderful midwife, Sue.
On 22 April 2011
(suddenly) at home. Aged
49 years. Dearly loved son
of Gwen and the late Fred.
Will be missed by his
family. Asleep in Christ.
Awaiting the Resurrection.
A service for John will be
held at the Chapel of Scott
Funeral Services, 47
Hobson Avenue, Kerikeri at
11:00am on Monday 2nd
May 2011 prior to interment
in the Wiroa Road
Cemetery, Kerikeri. In lieu
of flowers donations to the
Services Trust, P.O. Box
8011, Whangarei 0145
Scott Funeral Services
Murray and family wish to
extend their sincere
gratitude for the support,
flowers, and cards received
after Pixie s recent passing.
It has been truly
overwhelming to know that
Pixie had so many friends
and had touched so many
lives. Please accept this
notice as a personal
acknowledgement and thank
you from the Rintoul Family.
16 BAY CHRONICLE, APRIL 28, 2011
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