North Shore Times : January 29th 2013
www.northshoretimes.co.nz 5 NORTH SHORE TIMES, JANUARY 29, 2013 NEWS New Fruit and vege shop opening on the shore!! Make sure you get this Thursday s North Shore Times to see a full page of all the top value rst day opening specials Corner of Shakespeare and Kitchener Road, Milford Opening Friday 1st February 10am Supa Fruit Mart is a Fruit World franchise under Fruit World management Supa Fresh A healthy lunch starts here. Receive a FREE Traditional Loaf Limit of one per person, per day. Offer valid until 7/2/13. Must present this voucher. Subject to availability. Traditional refers to White, Wholemeal, Country Grain and Lekkerbrot. No preservatives No bleached f lour No added sugar No frozen doughs $850 Energiser Combo Buy any two Hi-Fibre Lo-GI or Chia Omega-3 Loaves for only when you buy four mini scrolls Fun run will help camp By EMMA WHITTAKER Go to northshore times.co.nz and click on Latest Edition to see a video about Camp Adair. Outdoor adventure, above: Camp Adair will use the $20,000 it is set to receive from the Ports of Auckland Round The Bays to build a new field camping facility. Big tick: Former New Zealand Warriors and Kiwis legend Stacey Jones says Camp Adair gives children confidence and independence. Photo: JOHN SELKIRK The reward will be two- fold for registered run- ners in this year s Ports of Auckland Round The Bays fun run and walk on March 10. They will get to embrace the event while knowing they are help- ing a new generation of young people grow and enjoy the outdoors at Camp Adair. The century old camp at Hunua is the YMCA s outdoor pursuits and education facility. And it is among chil- dren s charities that will benefit from proceeds raised at the annual event. The camp is popular with schools and is also used for holiday programmes to offer young people the chance to take part in challeng- ing activities including high-ropes courses, climbing, kayaking, archery and tramping. Former New Zealand Warriors and Kiwis rugby league legend Stacey Jones has visited as a parent helper with his own children. He says seeing young- sters spend their first night away from their parents and overcome fears on the confidence course highlighted the camp s value. It s great to see kids develop and get a bit of their own independence, he says. Camp Adair opera- tions manager Dan Hed- ley says the $20,000 set to come from the fun run and walk will fund a new field camp facility and possibly a kitchen and ablution block. The facility will pro- vide a lower cost option for schools and groups that aren t able to afford camp fees. Some kids in our area just can t afford to attend, Mr Hedley says. This will mean schools that have found the cost prohibitive can still come. Ports of Auckland Round the Bays is co- owned by Fairfax Media, owner of the North Shore Times and its parent company Suburban Newspapers. It was star- ted in 1972 by the Auck- land Joggers Club and is one of the world s largest fun runs with nearly 40,000 registered run- ners and an estimated 70,000 participants. The event starts at 9.30am and the entry fee is $10 for children (16 and under) and $15 for adults.
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