Feilding Herald : January 12th 2012
25 THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 2012 NEWS 4299364AA Smiths Amcal Pharmacy www.smiths.amcal.co.nz Saturdays 9-7pm Amcal Chemists Smith's Amcal Pharmacy and the Feilding Herald-Rangitikei Mail welcome the following new arrivals. Witteman - Welcome to Lachlan Michael Johannes Witteman, born Wednesday, 30th November 2011, weighing 8lb 5oz. A beautiful son for Becks and Steve, and a long awaited little brother for Eliza. Many Thanks to Dr Yogi Yadev and our midwife Heather Woodfield. Van Echten-Burns -- Leah Victoria, born Tuesday 20 December 2011 in Christchurch weighing 7lb 9oz. A lovely Christmas gift for Anna and Jacob and proud grandparents, Linley and Henry. Duker -- Cindy and Adam welcomed another beautiful daughter, Hazel Alice. A special gift born Christmas night, Reuben, Eden and Layla are thrilled with their littlest sister. Thanks to midwife Cathy for being amazing yet again. Birth notices for this column can be delivered to Feilding Herald, or emailed to email@example.com. Deadline is 8.00 am Monday. New Arrivals Digital Prints while you wait for only 19 cents each Just Mention This Feature When Ordering This offer is to be used once per customer and Expires 28th January 2012 Save Your Family History with our Photo Restoration Service, also Convert Your old 8mm Movies or VHS to DVD, and let Us Scan Your Old Slides and Photographs to Disc www.photographicsolutions.co.nz Shop 1, The Darragh Building, 32 Manchester Square, Feilding Ph 03 323 1002, Fax 06 323 2271, Email firstname.lastname@example.org Live it - Capture it - Preserve it Photographic Solutions believes Feilding and the surround district is the best place in the country to live and do business in. Improving on the quality of both service and product they offer their clients, they have invested in the latest photo printing technology, a Fujifilm Frontier DL430 photo lab. "There are only a handful of these in the country and nothing like it in the Manawatu say Managing Director John Cotton. "With upgraded photo kiosks installed with more user-friendly software, our client's experience while ordering is significantly improved." Photos produced with the new printing technology have a greater UV resistance, meaning they last four times longer then traditional printing, as well as being water resistant. John says, "A large number of photo stores have recently begun using low grades of photo paper, which compromises the quality, vibrancy and life span of your precious photos. Our focus is on quality at affordable prices." The Fujifilm Frontier DL430 photo lab uses a sealed full colour printing head, producing an image with a resolution of 760dpi x 760dpi, and when printed on the latest Fujifilm photo paper produces an image sharper and more defined than has been able to be achieved before. Once printed the photos can be handled straight away due to the dryer unit at the back of the lab. This makes the last minute gift easy. "You choose a photo and frame and we can put them together and gift wrap it before you leave the shop." To complement the new photo lab and the digital copier Photographic Solutions has also installed a Canon 12 colour wide format printer. This will print from A3 up to an A0 size in black and white for building and survey plans, full colour posters and larger sized photos. "This now makes us a one-stop destination for all small to medium print jobs." John says. Photographic Solutions - "Live it, Capture it Preser ve it" Advertorial The Feilding Herald and Rangitikei Mail Summer Photo Competition Limit of three pictures per family. • Publication is at the discretion of the Editor and permission is to be granted • for any photos submitted to be used by Community Newspapers. All entries must be emailed and be over 500kb and under 3mb. • To supply: Name of the photographer; location of photo and full names of • people in the photo. email to: • email@example.com Date for last entry is • Thursday February 17 at 5pm. Winner receives... A print-to-canvas or print and frame of a photo of choice to the value of $150! e 0! TT BEINTO WIN Exclusive New Services on Offer New Photo lab Technology Arrives in Feilding 4298727AC Your Community Christian Churches 4295404AA FEILDING FAMILY CHURCH (St Pauls - PCANZ) Cnr Church & Grey Sts SUNDAY 10.00am Combined Worship All Welcome Graeme Turnbull Ph (06) 323 4366 SUNDAY WORSHIP 10am Knox Tuesdays 9.15 & 10.30am Little Groovers Minister: Rev Rilma Sands 06 323 8654 FEILDING OROUA PRESBYTERIAN PARISH North Street 4295413AA Sunday 15th January 9am Feilding Wednesday 10am Feilding Contact: 323 4026 or 323 7050 4295397AA 4295397AA 4294643AA 4298126AA EVERYDAY Feilding Lions Club 18 Hole Mini Golf 10am -- 6pm. Church St. Ph 021 426 236 Handmade 10am -- 4pm. Feilding & District Art Centre, Ph 323 2323 Closed Mondays, Sunday 1pm -- 4pm FRIDAY JANUARY 13 Farmers Market 9am -- 2pm. Manchester Square. Ph 323 3318 Seniors Manchester House weekly van trips. Ph 323 2410 Seniors Exercise Programme 1pm -- 3pm. Seniors Centre, Bowen St. Ph 323 2410 Johnston Park Bowls. Johnston Park, Drake St. Ph 323 5259 or 323 7602 SATURDAY JANUARY 14 Bike Rider Magazine Summer Series Round 2 8am -- 4.30pm. Manfeild, South St. Ph 06 843 4952 Radio Hauraki Parklee Bullride Gates open 10am. 402 Junction Road North, Kimbolton. Ph 328 5881 Johnston Park Bowls. Johnston Park, Drake St. Ph 323 5259 or 323 7602 Croquet Club 9.15am & 12.45pm. Croquet Courts, Drake St. Ph 324 0635 Cheltenham Rifle Club 1pm. Rifle Range, 500 metres from Cheltenham Hotel on Cheltenham Hunter ville Rd, Hwy 54. Ph 356 1073 SUNDAY JANUARY 15 Bike Rider Magazine Summer Series Round 2 8am -- 4.30pm. Manfeild, South St. Ph 06 843 4952 Feilding Lawnmower Racing Club day, Sanson Domain, 10am start. Ph 323 4918 MONDAY JANUARY 16 Feilding Country Line Dancers Easy int 6pm -- 7pm, Int/Adv 7pm -- 8.30pm. Knox Church Hall, Cnr Kimbolton Rd & North St. Ph 323 3829 TUESDAY JANUARY 17 Seniors Activity Coffee Mornings 10am -- 12noon. Seniors Centre, Bowen St. Ph 323 2410 Seniors Exercise Programme 1pm -- 3pm. Seniors Centre, Bowen St. Ph 323 2410 Makino Magic Toastmasters Club. 7pm. Cedar Room, Civic Centre, Aorangi St. Ph 328 4868 WEDNESDAY JANUARY 18 Vintage Car Club Cars on Display 11am -- 2pm. Manchester Square. Ph 323 3318 Johnston Park Bowls. Johnston Park, Drake St. Ph 323 5259 or 7602 Croquet Club 9.15am. Croquet Courts, Drake St. Ph 324 0635 Seniors Activity Coffee Mornings 10am -- 12noon. Seniors Centre, Bowen St. $3. Ph 323 2410 Feilding Country Line Dancers Int/Adv 6pm -- 8.30pm. Knox Church Hall, Cnr Kimbolton Rd & North St. Ph 323 3829 THURSDAY JANUARY 19 Vintage Car Club Cars on Display 11am -- 2pm. Manchester Square. Ph 323 3318 COMING EVENTS: SATURDAY JANUARY 21 VCC Rally 2012 Manfeild 'Pomery' Event 9am -- 4pm Manfeild, South St. Entry $10, 12 & under free. Ph 021 126 7225 Settlers Day 10am -- 2pm. Manchester Square. Fun for all the family. Free. Ph 323 4622 History on the Move -- Coach House Horse Drawn Era Museum Street Parade 2pm. Manchester Square to South St. Ph 328 8868 Feilding Country Line Dancers 7th Birthday Hoedown 2pm -- 9pm. St Paul's Church Hall, Camden St. Theme: Pyjama Party. Ph 323 3829 MONDAY JANUARY 23 Manawatu Family Fireworks Spectacular Gates open 6pm. Manfeild, Kawakawa Rd or South St. Adult $10, Child Intermediate & Under $5, Family Pass (2 Adults, 4 Children) pre-purchase $25 (Feilding Information Centre), $30 at the gate. Under 5, free. Ph 323 3318 For further details or to register your event, contact the Feilding & District Information Centre at 10 Manchester Square, Feilding, Ph 323 3318 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Deadline 12 noon Friday The Event in dairy Contented: A jersey cow has a feed at last year's New Zealand Dairy Event. Photo: MURRAY WILSON Dairy cattle will take over Manfeild Arena later this month with the New Zealand Dairy Event. Of interest to former and present dairy farmers, secretary of the management committee, Neville Turnbull said the free event offers something of interest to everyone. The Dairy Event, on January 25 to 27, is in its fourth year, and is organised by a team of volunteers who had seen the success of the event overseas, and decided to stage one here. The event is a showcase of the finest in dairy genetics with the best cattle from all around New Zealand. Entries come from as far south as Balclutha and up to the greater Waikato region, including cows owned by the Queen. Breeds include ayrshire, brown swiss, guernsey, holstein friesian, jersey and milking shorthorn. New technologies and genetics will be on display as well as the cattle. The popular Semex Youth Team Challenge has attracted a team from Australia this year. Although the Australian Dairy Event is huge, Mr Turnbull said they do not hold a youth competition. The competition on Wednesday will involve four- person teams each preparing an animal for showing, and answering Young Farmers' competition-style questions. Young competitors will also show their own cattle in the youth competitions. Other competitions will include in-milk and dry stock judging for all breeds separately and together. Six of the seven judges come from Canada, United States and Australia. The show is getting bigger each year,'' Mr Turnbull said. Last year's had incorporated the World Jersey Conference. For dairy cattle it is bigger than the Royal Show.''
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