Any queries or to have your notice included in this newsletter please contact Lynda on 470 0814 or email@example.com
The Greater Green Island Informer
Introducing The Greater Green Island Informer
Our new look newsletter will be published on the first Tuesday of each month. We look forward to being able to keep the Greater Green Island Community informed of all the exciting things that are happening in your community.
How To Have Your Notice Included
We need your help to make the newsletter informative and interesting. Please send any articles or notices that you would like included in the newsletter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Green Island Christmas Market
The Green Island Christmas Market will be held on the 5th December 2015. To book a stall contact Lee at Experience Hair at 200 Main South Road, Green Island.
Greater Green Island Good Sort
Every month we will be highlighting a good sort from the greater Green Island area. This can be an organization, group or person who does something wonderful for the area. If you have a nomination for a Good Sort please contact Lynda on 470 0814 or email@example.com.
This months Good Sort is Lee from Experience Hair. Lee was nominated by Denise Price from Green Island. Denise said that Lee is always helping other people and delivering meals to those who are sick. Thank you Lee for everything you do.
A big thank you to the Green Island Mower Centre who have kindly dug the garden beds over. It is due to the generosity of people and businesses in the Greater Green Island area that the garden is progressing so well.
Spring planting has begun now so come along and have a look. The garden is located at the end of Shand Street (past the Janet Cameron Hall).
Leos are a division of Lions Club International and serve to help the community both locally and internationally whilst teaching responsibility, independence and developing friendships and having fun. We meet once a month on the 1st Tuesday of the month.
Learn about what Leos do and decide if you want to be a part of a brand new group.
For further info please email Jules Haldane at firstname.lastname@example.org
St John Penguins 6 – 8 year old
5.30pm – 6.30pm
St John Youth
6.30pm – 8.00pm
Meet at St Margaret’s Church
(entrance back of the Church)
SuperGrans are mature Volunteers who offer one-on-one life and home skills mentoring to families and individuals in need of assistance.
We aim to provide a caring, confidential, free, non-judgemental service that will support and encourage client independence by learning new ways to work and gaining the ability and the confidence to cope with everyday problems.
Skills passed on include menu planning, budget shopping/cooking, knitting, sewing, mending, gardening and establishing household routines.
Here at SuperGrans we are fortunate to have Volunteers who are greatly valued for the time they give to the families they mentor.
Call us at 4740582 for further information or email email@example.com
6:30pm Friday 9th October 2015 – Flavours of India
Join us to sample and learn the art of Indian food. Our authentic Indian born chef Raunaq Bhogal will demonstrate some traditional Indian dishes such as authentic curry, breads, chutneys and more! Raunaq formally ran the Two Fat Indian Restaurants so has a world of knowledge to share with you!
6:30pm Wednesday 14th October 2015 – The Israeli Kitchen
Explore the flavours of Israel and learn how to create delicious and authentic dishes in true Israeli style! This cuisine is influenced a lot by Middle Eastern and Mediterranean foods, so you will be taken on a journey of herbs and spices!
6:30pm Wednesday 21st October 2015 - Speciality Desserts & Pastry with Kevin Gilbert
Chef Kevin Gilbert of Gilbert's Fine Foods is known throughout the south for his gourmet breads and cakes. Join him to learn the secrets fro bread that is crisp on the outside and light and fluffy on the inside. He'll also demonstrate two of his most popular desserts.
Every two hour demonstration cookery class is an intimate affair allowing you to learn techniques, ask questions and interact with the chef. What's more you will receive recipes, tastings of dishes and finish with tea, coffee and cake.
Tickets are $55 per person, to book please call 03 425 9275 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Neighbourhood Support AGM
Tuesday 6th October 2015
Presbyterian Support Otago Conference Room
Before School Checks
INFORMATION FOR PARENTS / CAREGIVERS Take advantage of the free B4 School Check (as your child turns 4) and prepare them for a healthy start to school.
The B4 School Check aims to make sure your four year old is healthy and can start school all ready to keep learning! Ideally your child should be seen as close to 4 years as possible. It is also the final Well Child/Tamariki Ora Health Check and is free for all 4 year olds.
There are 3 parts to the B4 School check:
1 - Vision & Hearing Screen This is normally done at your child’s preschool by a visiting Vision & Hearing Technician. 2 - Health Check This is done with you and your child by a B4 School Check trained Registered Nurse and takes about 30-45 minutes to complete and includes the following:
Completion of a questionnaire on your child’s general health, their strengths and difficulties and their development.
Your child’s height and weight will be measured, Immunisation history reviewed and teeth and gums checked.
The Nurse will discuss with you your child’s health, readiness for school and any concerns that you might have.
3 -Early Childhood Centre Your child’s preschool teacher completes a Strengths and Difficulties questionnaire – this helps us to understand your child’s peer and social development. Your child’sB4 School check can be booked by phoning direct to our B4 School Admin Team