Feilding Herald : November 17th 2011
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(All dogs must be on a lead and have a registration tag) DOG COMPETITION CATEGORIES: Best Trick Best Dressed Biggest Ears Oldest Dog (proof required) Best Speak on Command Tallest Dog Highest Vertical Jumper Waggiest Tail 11.30 Saturday 3 Dec by the Grandstand Manfeild Park, Feilding are proud to present Sponsored by Merial Ancare (Frontline Plus Flea Treatment) Mars New Zealand (Nutro Food & Treats) Masterpet - Toys 4190414AA Special day for family Family ties: Vern Jensen, Ross and Owen Smithers. Vern is holding his uncle's WWII records that he has donated to FDCA. Photo: SUPPLIED JENSEN REUNION A day-long reunion was attended by many descendants of Hemming and Mette Jensen. Hemming Jensen and his wife Mette came to New Zealand on the Humbolt and after time in Whanganui and Marton moved to Halcombe in 1877 and then onto Stanway in 1885. Many of their nine children were married and settled in this area. On November 5 there was an informal gathering of the wider Jensen family who came from throughout New Zealand to share the wealth of family history and stories. Interesting mementoes were on show and some of these were donated to the Feilding & Districts Community Archive. These included copies of the letters written in WWI by Ted (Edwin) Jensen to his cousin Dennis. Along with photos of a community picnic, possibly at Kimbolton there are photos of pupils at Kimbolton School in 1900 and Valley Road School in 1932. Dennis Jensen served in World War II and sent home a Christmas card to his brother Owen and wife Mary. It is autographed by a fellow member of the 2nd NZ Expedition- ary Force, one Keith Elliot. Dennis also had a set of photographs that show the platoon as it travelled through Damascus and Syria. Because the Jensens lived and worked in this area, their partici- pation in work, school, social clubs and events touches on many aspects of the area s history. Volunteers from The Feilding & Districts Community Archive enjoyed the privilege of joining with the Jensen family on their special day and being given material for the archive so all can share their inter- esting history. -- Marilyn Wightman, manager, FDCA, The Coach House Museum, Feilding Party time for skate park By LAURA WALTERS Skateboarders and krumpers will be taking to the streets in an all-day party to raise money and awareness for White Ribbon Day, Yellow Ribbon Day, and a new indoor skate park. The street party will be held at Feilding s Civic Centre on Friday, November 25. The morning s events will be dedicated to remembering those lost to domestic violence and suicide. Event organiser Liz Perawiti said anyone was welcome to share memor- ies and offer support. This event will run from 10am to 2pm. The evening party will be displays by skateboarders and krumpers, and will run from 7pm to 10pm. Profits from the night will go towards an indoor skate park for Feilding. Ms Perawiti said she had been work- ing with a group of children for the past six years to raise money for an indoor skate park. The group has been running the street party since 2007, and has raised about $1000. Ms Perawiti said $200,000 was needed to build the skate park. The group has been working with the Feild- ing New Life Church, local police, and the council to make the project happen. Ms Perawiti said she realised it would take a while to raise the funds, but the group was dedicated. The kids have a passion and love for dance and skateboarding, and not enough support. The town s current park was sub- standard, and often vandalised, she said. Ms Perawiti said the skateboarding was not recognised and respected. She hoped an indoor park would generate future employment in Feilding for young people who had a passion for skating. The street party will be held on Friday, November 25, at Feilding's Civic Centre. The morning's events run from 10am till 2pm. The evening displays will go from 7pm till 10pm and incur a door charge. Adults: $15, students: $10, intermediate: $7, primary: gold coin donation. For more information contact Liz Perawiti on 022 136 9950.
November 24th 2011