Feilding Herald : January 12th 2012
9 THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 2012 4295885AA BULLS COMMUNITY Meals on Wheels -- Mon-Wed-Fri -- Ph: 322 1620 Aileen Smallbore Rifle Club -- Runs March -- October -- Ph: 322 1257 Peter Alcoholics Anonymous -- 7.30pm at Friendship Hall, Marton -- Ph: 327 6365 John Volunteer Fire Brigade - Bulls Fire Station 7pm -- Ph: 322 1770 Brian Young Farmers Club -- Monday 7.30pm Ph: 021326967 Sam Dog Training -- Scout & Guide Hall, Bulls 5.30pm Ph: 322 1751 Liz Aerobics -- His Fathers House, Criterion St, Bulls. Come and enjoy circuits, latin and great exercise 6 -7pm Ph 329 3612. Bulls Rugby Football Club -- Practice Tue night at Domain -- Ph: 322 1443 Sam Smallbore Rifle Club -- Ph: 322 1257 Peter Womens Outdoor Bowls -- Criterion Street -- Ph: 322 0833 Anne Meals on Wheels -- Mon-Wed-Fri -- Ph: 322 1620 Aileen Golf -- Club Day -- Rangitikei Golf Club -- Ph: 322 1475 Midget Rugby - Practice Wed pm - Ph: 322 1013 Doug Mens Outdoor Bowls -- Criterion Street -- Ph: 322 0833 Anne Toy Library -- Wed 10am-11.30 firstname.lastname@example.org -- Ph: 06 322 0270 Polo Club (Summer Nov-Mar) -- Practice night 4pm -- Ph: 06 324 8526 Cameron Bulls Ohakea Junior Soccer -- 5-13 Age Grade -- Practice Wed 3.30pm at Bulls Domain -- Ph: 322 1941 Craig Purvis Pippins 5-7 yrs -- Scout Hall 5-6pm -- Ph: 322 1085 Margaret Sit & B Fit -- Friendship Hall -- Bulls -- Ph: 322 1969 Jo Womens Outdoor Bowls -- Criterion Street -- Ph: 322 0833 Anne Brownies 7-9 yrs -- Scout Hall 5-6pm -- Ph: 322 1085 Margaret Aerobics -- His Fathers House, Criterion St, Bulls. Come & enjoy circuits, latin and great exercise. 6 -7pm ph 329 3612 Meals on Wheels -- Mon-Wed-Fri -- Ph: 322 1620 Aileen Outdoor Bowls -- Open to Public Ph: 322 0833 Anne Friendship Club - 1.30 -- 3.30pm at Friendship Hall -- Ph: 322 1252 Rae Golf -- Club Day -- Rangitikei Golf Club 11am -- Ph: 322 1475 Mens Outdoor Bowls, Criterion Street -- Ph: 322 0833 Anne Toy Library -- Sat 10am-11.30am -- email@example.com -- Ph: 06 322 0270 Polo Club (Summer Nov-Mar) Sat 12 noon -- Ph: 06 324 8526 Cameron Golf -- Junior Coaching -- Rangitikei Golf Club -- Ph: 322 1475 Polo Club (Summer Nov-Mar) -- 12 noon -- Ph: 06 324 8526 Cameron Dog Agility 9.30am -- Clubgrounds Bulls Domain Ph: 322 1791 Liz If you are interested in adding your club to the "What's on" list please call Debbie on (06) 327 8671 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. WHAT'S ON? MONDAYS: TUESDAYS: WEDNESDAYS: THURSDAYS: FRIDAYS: SATURDAYS: SUNDAYS: PLUNKETLINE 0800 933 922 • Ph: 322 1637 4295890AA BULLS RUGBY CLUB WANTS YOU!! Interested in playing Rugby in 2012? Come along to the Muster Days 1pm on Sunday 15th & 29th of January Come & meet the friendly team, have a game of touch and a BBQ. Bulls RFC are entering a team in the Manawatu Senior Reserve Competition and also an under 19's -- depending on numbers. All inquires contact the following: Aaron on 027 313 3284 • Club Cell 022 1037899 4295904AA 4295904AA SOUTHERN RANGITIKEI VETERINARY SERVICES LTD 233 State Hwy 1, Bulls 48 Tutaenui Road, Marton Tel. 06 3222 333 Need to loose a few pounds after all that Christmas over indulgence? Could it be that your dog could loose a few pounds too? Starting in January SRVS will be having a Wednesday Walkies Fitpaws Group Leaving the Bulls clinic at 5:45pm we shall take different routes around the town each week. Its a great way for your dogs to socialise. Make Walkies Wednesday your dogs New Years Resolution and join now for the FREE summer programme of 2012. Please register your interest to Emma Smith by calling 06 3222333 4295895AA GLASS REPAIRS Car Windscreens and Chip Repairs Household Windows Kitchen Splashbacks Cat Doors ALL INSURANCE CLAIMS WELCOME HARVEY & CALKIN GLASS Phone 327-8750 • MARTON • Authorised Smith & Smith approved fitters SINCE 1875 4295908AA MCVERRY CRAWFORD MOTORS 360 WELLINGTON ROAD, MARTON, TEL (06) 327 8138 A/H DAVE - (06) 327 7082 • A/H BOB - (06) 327 4419 MCVERRY CRAWFORD $4,995 1994 TOYOTA 'CURREN COUPE' 5 speed manual, 2000cc, Alloys 110,000 kms, 'Tidy car' 4281425AA Teenagers lead talks over projects for young people By LAURA WALTERS ' We have a bright future with the quality of ideas and the young people involved in this project ' Youth engagement co-ordinator Bronwyn Meads A new focus is being put on teenagers in the Rangitikei with the establishment of the Youth Engagement Programme. The programme was designed to engage young leaders around the district in discus- sions about what they want in the area. Youth engagement co-ordinator Bronwyn Meads said 15 young leaders were working on ideas to make the district more access- ible to teenagers. We have a bright future with the quality of ideas and the young people involved in this project,'' she said. Ms Meads, who was also the Bulls and district co-ordinator, said she wanted young people from around the district to come up with their own ideas on how to keep teenagers occupied in the district. Ms Meads said it was important for the teenagers to understand and be part of the council's Long Term Plan process. If they are more involved, or lead the process, it gives them some pride.'' The teenagers would be excited about the projects, and they would get their friends excited too, she said. In December, the group met for the first time to visit Palmerston North's New Youth Space. The posse of teenagers threw around some ideas for facilities and events for youth in Rangitikei. Early ideas from the group included a district-wide talent quest, a youth enter- tainment space, a New Year's Eve party, and improving the skate park. They had an awesome time hanging out at the Palmerston North youth space, and are really keen to bring these ideas to life,'' Ms Meads said. The group was made up of teenagers from Bulls and Marton who were identified as potential leaders. The ideas will be developed over the next couple of months and will be presented to the Rangitikei District Council early this year. Ms Meads said she hoped the initiative would bring leaders together to help shape Rangitikei's future. We want to develop our young leaders right across the district,'' she said. If the facilities were available in the region then young people would not want to travel to Palmerston North and Whanganui, and neither would their parents, Ms Meads said. The next meeting for the group will be on Tuesday. The teenagers will meet in Bulls for icecream, and work on more of their ideas. They will also use this time to plan for an overnight youth summit, to be held in mid- February. The project is supported by the Ministry of Youth Development, and the Rangitikei District Council. Ifyouareaged13to18,andyouare interested in joining the Youth Engagement programme, contact Bronwyn Meads on 06 322 0051 or bulls co-ordinator@clear. net.nz, or you can join up to the programme on Facebook.
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