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Bay Chronicle : August 25th 2011
3 BAY CHRONICLE, AUGUST 25, 2011 NEWS LAND PLANNING AND SURVEYING 90 Kerikeri Road PO Box 211, Kerikeri 0245 F 09 407 7366 email@example.com Ph: 407 9182 2598141AA INDOOR PLANTS 35% OFF ROSES 76 Kapiro Rd Kerikeri Ph 407 1645 Open Tues-Sat 9am-5pm Kerikeri's newest & most inspirational garden centre Find us on facebook Flower & Vege Punnets $2.50 FRUIT TREES SEEDS, SPUDS Plant now! Great prices and good advice. Pip and stonefruit from $22 incl anti cancer Montys Surprise Apple and NEW Apple 'Troppicana' Large range including Jurys stunning Vulcan, Felix Jury, Black Tulip MAGNOLIAS POHUTUKAWA Normally $39.00 NOW $19.90 Good advice, friendly service For all your WOF and automotive servicing needs. Comprehensive vehicle repairs: Cars, Vans, Utes, 4 x 4s, Light Trucks. COURTESY CAR We Also Sell TYRES! Ph/Fax (09) 407 6627 55D Cobham Road, Kerikeri Mob: 0274 532 220 3420464AJ ｩ Ectg qh gzkuvkpi vtggu0 ｩ Tgoqxcn qh fcpigtqwu vtggu0 ｩ Tgoqxcn qt tgfwevkqp qh vtggu hqt uwpnkijv qt vq kortqxg xkgy0 ｩ Rcno tgoqxcn ( ockpvgpcpeg0 ｩ Pq lqd vqq dki qt uocnn0 Ecnn 2:22 :95546 3934031AC Bridals and bridles Trotting tiara and bridle bouquet: Alana Baker and Rocky from Riding for the Disabled. By EMMA GODWIN ToseeavideoofaBay of Islands RDA class go online to www. baychronicle.co.nz. WEDDING expos conjure up images of budding brides and grooms-to-be battling it out to find the best deal on bouquets and tiaras. But not the Wedding and Fashion Expo coming to the Turner Centre in Kerikeri on September 24 from 10am to 4pm. We re really mixing it up with fashion shows, food, live music, hair and makeup demonstrations, great coffee, fitness displays and all the profit will go to Riding for the Disabled, organiser Miranda Pasley says. RDA is a charity the organ- isers identify with. My mum s a volunteer for RDA and a good friend of ours has a child who attends the lessons, organiser Sharon Ter- rizzi says. The event will only feature Bay of Islands businesses and supports Bay of Islands RDA. It is a non-profit expo. Exhibitor s fees will pay expenses and all ticket sales will go to RDA whose president, Ian Knox, is thrilled his charity will benefit. We re fundraising for a covered arena in our new home at Waimate North Show- grounds so that we can operate whatever the weather. We ve got a great new facility here and we hope the stand at the expo will attract more volunteers so we can cater for more riders. RDA volunteer Lillian Jor- dan finds the experience immensely rewarding. We have autistic children who never speak a word, chat- ting away when they re on horseback. Running the RDA is a costly exercise with six horses to look after, 24 riders and more on the waiting list. We really hope the com- munity gets in behind this expo, Ms Pasley says. It s going to be a great fun day out and a chance to support an amazing charity. Inquiries to Miranda Pasley on 407-6369. RDA holds an open day at the Waimate North Showground on September 25, phone Glenys Rossell on 027-280-7788. Whirlwind wedding: From left, Rael Wright, bride Toni Wright, groom Damian Saunders, Katie Prestidge and bestman Dan Parker. Surprise wedding a winner on the day Goto www.baychronicle .co.nz to get a glimpse of the scene. More than 60 couples across Northland entered to win a More FM Whirlwind Wedding valued at $20,000. After filling in an entry form they were all on standby to hear whether they should continue their day as normal or stop whatever they were doing to get married. The winners were a couple in Maungatapere. Toni Wright and Damian Saunders have been together seven years and were not engaged. Toni secretly entered without telling Damian and said she would propose on the day if she won. They were married by Heather Townsend at the Pear Tree at the Kerikeri Basin. Most of the sponsors were Kerikeri-based companies and part of the goal of the event was to cement the town as a great place to hold a wedding.
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