Tasman Leader : March 6th 2014
Not so shabby P9 THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 2014 True community spirit Everyone take a bow G ood on you, everyone who walked, leapfrogged, limped, cooked, decorated, and in any other way supported the Relay for Life. This year’s relay was the biggest yet, with 105 teams raising more than $200,000 for the Cancer Society. Centre manager for the Nelson Cancer Society Linda Lucre said the support for the relay had been ‘‘really fantastic’’. ‘‘We had the whole community behind us, the teams were awesome, the committee were amazing and we had great weather. How do you say thank you to everybody, because they have all just done so much?’’ Here’s one thank you: As many Tasman relay participants as we could fit on to the front page. You’re awesome! Fresh faced: Kirstie and Lochy Mirfin of the Sleepwalkerzzz Richmond School team are ready to take their last walk before the closing ceremony. Big hearted: Team First Years Richmond, Pujari Dickson, left, Allie Gutschlag, Jo Tilsley, and Nicki King. Sticking up for cancer: The Richmond Pak ’n Save team. Wensley House Rest Home & Retirement Village APARTMENTS Private family run rest home with 2 apartments currently available Ph. (03) 544 4099 Please phone Helen during business hours to view. Email. email@example.com, www.wensleyhouse.co.nz 5845623AA HOME AND REST Wensley House Rest Home is a 30 bed private family run rest home with 13 studios and apartments, over the years has grown in size and won a reputation for first rate professional care. • Friendly and happy home environment • Privately owned and operated by Tony and Helen Coombs • Within easy distance of the shopping centre of Richmond Village. Booby prize: The Flutterbras team of Richmondmumswho won the best costume competition. Photos: VIRGINIAWOOLF Grilled: Members of the WeeWillies and The Winkies Tasman District Council team from left, Sharon Medcalf, Kate Medcalf, Grant Fidler, Paul Farrar, and Rory Farrar fire up the barbecue.
February 27th 2014