Feilding Herald : December 15th 2011
11 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2011 HUNTERVILLE CHRISTMAS PARADE Friday 23rd December 4248038AA EVANS • HENDERSON • WOODBRIDGE BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS MARTON Phone 06 327 7159 Facsimile 06 327 6932 333 Wellington Road PO Box 326, Marton HUNTERVILLE Phone 06 327 7159 Facsimile 06 322 8566 5A Bruce Street PO Box 4, Hunterville EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org "For Commonsense Solutions" Specialists in: Conveyancing Litigation/Limited Licenses Estate Administration Commercial Law Estate Planning Trusts Family Law Business Advice John Henderson • David Woodbridge 4248647AA 4254230AA Country Kitchens Hunterville School Fundraiser THANK YOU TO OUR WONDERFUL SPONS0RS MAIN SPONS0R : RICHARDS CONSTRUCTION -- MARTON Careys Joinery -- Marton Versatile Lighthouse -- Wanganui Cobham Plumbing -- Marton Alf Downs Electrical -- Marton Murray Durston Bricklayer -- Marton Pritchards Windows, Doors & Kitchens -- Palmerston North Barry Lennox Painter -- Hunter ville Thompson Building -- Hunterville Flooring Xtra -- Feilding Petals & Presents -- Marton & Bulls Rangitikei Active -- Marton EDI Downer Ltd -- Marton TOTAL MONEY RAISED ...........$15,000 COMPUTERS .......................$10,000 LIBRARY ............................. $2,000 PLAYGROUND ....................... $2,500 Manawatu Flower Market Christie Stone Company -- Pahiatua Hunter ville Electrical Services FL Bone & Son Ltd -- Hastings Phillips Architectural Design Ser vices Ltd -- Feilding Bryan Searle -- Floor Sander The Door Shoppe -- Wanganui Heatrite -- Palmerston North Rangitikei Floorings Ltd -- Palmerston North & Wanganui Mary Hill Kitchen Design -- Palmerston North Hogan Plumbing -- Marton Kirsty Sherriff 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 4248575AA 4248590AA PH: (06) 322 8223 • 027 220 9899 PO Box 16 • Hunterville firstname.lastname@example.org SHEEP SHEARING SHEEP SCANNING • Docking Gangs • Fencing • Farm Pest Control LAWRENCE SHEARING Ltd We wish you all a Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year PLUMBER DRAINLAYER Commercial & Maintenance Onga & Davies Pumps Supply and Maintenance 4248556AA Solar Max Malcolm W Franklin-Browne 18 High St, PO Box 22, Hunterville Residence: 58 Onga Road Telephone: 06 322 8358 or Mobile: 0274 526 890 HEATING - DRAINLAYING - ROOFING Christmas wishes to our Customers and Happy New Year 4248603AA YOUR ONE STOP SERVICE CENTRE OPEN 7 DAYS Hunterville Service Centre Ltd State Highway 1, Hunterville Telephone (06) 322 8360 • Engineering • Mechanical Repairs & WOF's • AA & State Roadside Rescue • On Call 24/7 • Husqvarna Sales & Service • Truck, Tractor, 4wd & Car Tyre Sales & Service • Vehicle Recovery and Transport • Lubricant Distributor -- Truck, Tractor and Hydraulic Oil in stock • LPG Cylinder Filling & Swapa Bottle • Good Range of Tractor Pins -- Bolts -- Fan Belts • Truck, Digger and Trailer Hirage Workshop Closed Statutory Holidays LOVE THIS TOWN! "It 's a neat little community when you're on your own. There's always something happening, and you always see someone you know.'' "I've lived in the town for about 10 years, and in the district for nearly 50 years.'' 4248055AA Sonia Cameron Hunterville up for parade Not this year: Last year Santa was being asked for rain. This year things are different and rain is not wanted in Hunterville on December 23 for the community Christmas parade. By LAURA WALTERS This year's local Christmas parade will be done Hunterville-style. The annual Christmas parade, held on December 23, will transform the main street into a sea of colourful floats, cars, bikes, and people. Hunterville School principal Stephen Lewis said the parade usually attracted at least 15 floats, as well as the whole community. Some people just brought along old cars and drove them down the street. But it was all part of the fun. Every year the town got behind the parade, including Father Christmas. The parade, organised by the Hunterville Lions, had been held on Christmas Eve in the past. The parade was always held on the Friday before Christmas, and shops stayed open for those who needed to get some last minute shop- ping done. The children always looked forward to Santa Claus' arrival because the floats would be judged, and first second and third place received prize money. And for all the kids there was a free ice-cream to keep them happy. This year there would also be a fancy dress competition and a hunt for the best decorated bicycle. The parade is a good chance for family members who came home for Christmas to catch up with old friends.
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