Matamata Chronicle : December 5th 2012
4 MATAMATA CHRONICLE, DECEMBER 5, 2012 NEWS Get your passport stamped hese great "Bag End" usinesses nd be one tep closer winning a 00 Travel Package* tore for details 7 Waharoa Rd East, Matamata PHONE: 07 888 6362 HOURS: Mon-Fri 7.30am-5pm, Saturday 9am-3pm, Sunday 10am-2pm GET YER LIGHTS ON! 5041747AA 25% off ALL Christmas Lights 5043470AA feels like home Cnr Tainui & Tamihana Street Ph: 888 8625 Offer ends 12 December Festive home decor From only $9.90 5046977AA Bring me in! and save frasers 58-60 Arawa Street, Matamata 07 888-7787 Annabel Langbein Simple Pleasures Was $49 NOW $40 with this ad at at at at at at at at at a a at ato o o o o o o o o o o o o o o one ne ne ne ne ne e n ne n ne no o o o o o o o o offf ffff f f f f f fth th th th h h h th h h h h h h h h " " " " " " " " " b b b b b b b b b b b b b an a an a a an an an an a a s st s to to to to t $$$$$$ $$$ $ $ $5 555 5 5 5 5 5000 0 000 0 0000 0 0 0 P P P P P S *S *S *S S *S S *S See e ee ee eeins ins nst 5041722AA For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org Proudly supported by Phone Dianne 021 463 543 Animals not housed at Landmark Vets please phone above number to view. Ph Di 021 463 543 Adopt a Pet Hello hello! My name is Storm. I am only a wee pup at two months old. I am super nice and friendly. Lets have some fun! We are Lilly and Chester and know how to chase a tennis ball around a big back yard! 5038216AA 5040785AA FUNERAL SERVICES Is Watersons Funeral Services Serving the Matamata-Piako district for 90 years Catering for all needs Pam and Ray Bestwick, Graeme Waterson 6 Tamihana St, Matamata 07 888 8632 Top Christmas trees on sale By DAVID HULME Do you want to buy a top-notch Christmas tree and help to support charity at the same time? Matamata Rotarians will this year again be out in town selling Christmas trees in the lead-up to the festive season. Rotary Club of Matamata director David Gasquione said the club had sold Christmas trees in the town for many years and the project was a key annual fundraiser. The trees we are selling have been pro- fessionally grown and cared for so they are a top-quality tree to put in your home, Mr Gasquione said. This project is one of many which Rotary undertakes and the money raised will be used to help with the many programmes and causes that Rotary supports. We really appreciate all the support the community has given us in past years and hope that once again this year people will be willing to purchase a tree from Rotary, Mr Gasquione said. During the week, the trees are available for purchase at Kaimai Garden Centre, Four Seasons Garden Centre and Pippins, while on Saturday, December 8, 15 and 22 they will be sold by Rotarians at the New World car park. They will also be available at the annual Christmas market at Matamata Primary School on Saturday, December 8. Mr Gasquione said the trees cost between $35 and $50 depending on their size. For more information contact David Gasquione on 0274 842 090. Choir in tune with Christmas Christmas with a twist: The Matamata Christmas Choir has been spreading joy through song for many years and this year was no different, with many Matamata residents taking the opportunity to see the choir sing at All Saints Anglican Church. The theme this year was Traditional with a Twist''. Members of the audience were invited to have a singalong. A number of items were also performed by local groups including Matamata Brass and Matamata Intermediate student Chris Reichmuth. Katrina Tanirau went along with her camera to enjoy the sweet music.
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