North Shore Times : November 25th 2010
5 NORTH SHORE TIMES, NOVEMBER 25, 2010 NEWS *Entry with every purchase in store. See www.yoobee.com/iwant for more information Win one of four $2,500 gift cards!* All iWant for Christmas is at MagnumMac! 09 480 6629 firstname.lastname@example.org 114 Lake Road, Northcote www.114dental.co.nz Following retirement of David Corkill, the Practice continues with Marion as Practice Manager. Introducing respected Dentist Mac and very competent and experienced Craig who has a special interest in endodontics. We are fortunate to have Annetjie as our Hygienist with 20 years experience. Our aim is to provide quality Dental care utilising the latest techniques & technology. Please phone 480 6629 for an appointment 114 DENTALSTUDIO 3223453AD 122-124 Anzac Street, Takapuna 0800 CAREVETS 0800 22 73 83 20% off everything in store, conditions apply, does not include already reduced items. Book any consult or surgery this weekend and get 20% off Great instore specials, Hills Dog Food $99.00, Iams Dog food $84.00 and heaps of other specials, get your Christmas Presents now at Takapunas newest Vet Hospital and Pet Centre! • 2ai •B a • GIsT Takapuna GRAND OPENING 27th November 3305485AA Mall revamp is complete Westfield Shore City has completed as $3 million makeover in time for the holiday rush. Centre manager Ker- rie Hughes says the renovation has brought a contemporary feel to Shore City. It includes new tiling, luxurious new carpet, Italian-inspired lighting effects and comfort zones throughout the mall. The centre hosted a VIP event filled with fashion, music and enter- tainment on Thursday to celebrate completion of the makeover which began in June. A Tree of Hope for disabilities Christmas appeal, right: Body painter Mem Bourke decorates a tree sponsored by New Zealand Body Art at the Bruce Mason Centre. Photo: BEN WATSON By LISA HONEYBONE The Bruce Mason Centre is turning its foyer into a Christmas forest in sup- port of a charity. This year s Christmas Tree Appeal will raise funds and gifts for the Wilson Home in Taka- puna. The Wilson Home is a charitable trust that provides a range of services for children with a disability. It will also support the Auckland City Mission who this year has over 2000 children on their list in need of gifts. People are encouraged to come down and enjoy the array of lights in the forest and drop a present under the main Tree Of Hope. Both new and used presents are welcome along with gold coin donations. Local companies have sponsored a number of the smaller trees in the forest. Visitors will have the opportunity to vote for their favourite and the sponsor of the winning tree, along with a voter, will receive a hamper. Frosty the Snowman will be making special appearances at 6pm on December 17 and 10am and noon from December 18 to 20. Santa will also appear in his grotto one hour before every show from December 17 to 20. Visit www.bmcentre. co.nz for more infor- mation. Meanwhile, the 2010 Kmart Wishing Tree Appeal has also been launched in support of the Salvation Army. Generous Kiwis can place a gift under the Kmart Wishing Tree, located in any of their stores nationwide in- cluding Westfield Albany. The appeal runs until Christmas Eve.
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