Feilding Herald : November 17th 2011
11 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2011 We play lots of sport, the kids are friendly and we learn a lot. The teachers are really nice. We had an enjoyable holiday but it's good to be back". Thomas Walshe Year 7 • Hunterville School ed "Hunterville School is cool! We play lots of 4189104AA LOVE THIS TOWN! GENERAL: PLUNKETLINE 0800 933 922 If you are interested in adding your club to the "What's on" list please call Debbie (06) 327 8671 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. HUNTERVILLE COMMUNITY WHAT'S ON? Golf Mens Day Thursday 12 Noon Tee Off www.rangitiragolf.co.nz Ph: 322 8561 Chalky Clubhouse Ph: 322 9859 Carol Jones Spinning Group 2nd & 4th Thursday of each month from 10am to 2pm at 2 Stewart Street, Hunterville Ph: 322 8312 Jocelyn Hunterville Playcentre 8.45am 11.45am, Bruce Street Ph: 0277564223 Golf Mens Day Saturday 12 Noon Tee Off Ph: 322 8561 THURSDAYS: FRIDAYS: SATURDAYS: Hunterville Playcentre 8.45am 11.45am, Bruce Street Ph: 0277564223 Hunterville Volunteer Fire Brigade Practice night Every 2nd Tuesday of Month at 7.30pm at Hunterville Fire Station Ph: 322 8200 Shane Pilates Tuesday 6.30pm at Centennial Hall Ph: 322 8509 Dale Plunket Clinic Carseat Hire (Marton) 2nd Tuesday of Month as required 9.30am to 12.30 midday Now Thursday Only - 8.45am to 11am PLUNKETLINE 0800 933 922 Ph: 327 8749 Golf Ladies Day Ladies Nine Hole Wednesday 10am Tee Off Wednesday 10.30am Tee Off www.rangitiragolf.co.nz Ph: 322 8561 Lesley Clubhouse Ph: 322 9859 Carol Jones Hunterville Playcentre 8.45am 11.45am, Bruce Street Ph: 0277564223 MONDAYS: TUESDAYS: WEDNESDAYS: Close to home matters ELDERS The shop shaped by a district "Christmas is all here at the shop with all your festive season refreshments, food and gifts" ATM Now in Store PO Box 12, Hunterville 4730 Phone 06 322 8069 • Fax 06 322 8569 Email email@example.com 4189334AA EST 1984 HUNTERVILLE * Wine and Cheese Evening - Friday 2nd December from 5.00p.m. Come along and enjoy a glass of wine and browse * Late Night Xmas Shopping - Wednesday 14th December till 8.00p.m 16 Bruce Street, Hunterville • 9am-5pm Weekdays • 10am-2pm Weekends • Late Nights most Fridays Phone: 06 322 8205 Fax: 06 322 8206 www.huntervilletrading.co.nz FASHION FANTASTIC NEW SPRING/SUMMER 4189345AA • GPS equipped • 4WD • Flotation Tyres for low impact • Spreadmark Certified Operator • Locally Owned & Operated Rangitikei Mini Spreaders Ltd Jason Whale M: 027 242 8335 P: 06 327 6075 "Congratulations to the organisers and supporters on another fantastic Shemozzle" 4189324AA 4189000AB HUNTERVILLE Country Kitchens Classic to Contemporary Sunday 27th November 2011 9.30am to 4.30pm View Kitchens throughout the scenic Rangitikei ~ Historic Homesteads to Award Winning Homes FUNDRAISING FOR HUNTERVILLE SCHOOL Prepaid tickets On the day Pre- ordered lunch $12.00 $25.00 $20.00 Proudly Sponsored by 4189308AA Tickets on sale at: Hunterville School Hunterville Trading Company Striped Marlin, Feilding Country Lane Originals, Wanganui Petals & Presents, Marton & Bulls Sugar Plum Cafe, Marton Green Plum Cafe, Hunterville Furniture Fair, Palmerston North Piccadilly & Co Taihape For more information contact: Rachel Williams ph 06 327 5184 & firstname.lastname@example.org Hunterville School ph 06 322 8210 Advertisment sponsored by Richards Construction. Pencil in a shopping spree for Christmas Hunterville events are always pleasant social gatherings and the Wine and Cheese evening that will take place on December 2 at Hunterville Trading will be no exception. The function is also time for a little Christmas cheer and a thank you to valued clients. The evening promises an opportunity to join the regulars from Taihape, Marton and Hunterville and try-on new seasons garments. It is also a time to do your Christmas shopping from the great range of gifts now available at Hunterville Trading. The special late night will be Wednesday December 14 -- a great time to do Christmas shopping outside normal hours. Riders aim to take on Annie Further down the road: Charity Ride Motorcyclists are about to experience a scenic cruise through across the ''Gentle Annie'' which is now a fully sealed highway. Photo: TERRY KARATAU Hunterville Lions Club charity motorcycle ride on Saturday is not for the faint hearted as it takes in 400 kilometres of tar sealed road from Hunterville, across the Taihape/Napier Rd, back down through Hawkes Bay on State Highway 50, over the saddle and back to Hunterville via Colyton and Vinegar Hill. One of the organisers, Dean McManaway, said registration opened at 8.30am at the Hunterville BP Service Station and the ride is timed to head off at about 9.30am. ''There will be a short stop at Taihape BP for those needing to top up fuel and then it's off over 'the Annie'. We should arrive some time between 10.15am and 10.30am, so anyone wanting to join the ride at Taihape is welcome. ''There may be a short stop half way across and then on to Stortford Lodge for lunch. Then we fuel up and glide down SH 50, then down to Woodville and over the saddle and back to Hunterville at around 4pm, where spot prizes will be handed out followed by a chat and a bit of socialising.'' Marshalls in hi-viz fluoros will ride with the pack and there will be a ''tail end Charlie'' in case bikes break down. Riders need to ensure they are packing at least 250cc as some of the Annie is a bit gruelling. The costs are $30 per bike and $10 per pillion -- lunch is provided. For an overnight stay in Hunterville, tent sites or hotel and motel accommodation are available. The Hunterville, Marton and Bulls Lions Clubs have joined to raise funds for Wellington's Ronald McDonald House and are committed to raise $50,000. Proceeds from this ride will be part of this fundraiser.
November 24th 2011