Tasman Leader : August 29th 2013
7 THE TASMAN LEADER, AUGUST 29, 2013 NEWS Workstar is a free service for employers in the Nelson Region. We have workers who manage a disability who are seeking retail, light industrial, cleaning or landscaping work. To get the right person for your job and free ongoing support, contact Kirsty Glen, Manager www.Workstar.co.nz Kirsty@workstar.co.nz Phone 546 9206 DO YOU NEED A RELIABLE WORKER FOR FIVE HOURS A WEEK OR MORE? 5469357AC Sinful Coffee (new Cafe to Richmond) Petrie Carpark (Behind Richmond Library) OPENING HOURS Thu-Sat open to 9.00pm (late nights) Glass of Lindauer Brut Bubbly for the cost of a donation to the Salisbury School with every meal. All day breakfast. Sun 8.30am-4.00pm Mon, Tue, Wed 7.30am-5.00pm 2 for 1 coffees on Sunday, please mention this advert Phone 544 6663 5584252AA Coffee with a Cause marshalls fashions 66 Bridge St, Nelson • p/f 03 548 3950 5422110AF Meredith EST 1962 New Season In Store Now BabyLock Imagine Imagine no fiddling with tweezers - Jet of Air Threading Imagine no fiddling with dials - Automatic Tensions You don't need to Imagine,come and see the Babylock Imagine nowOur Price $1999 Save $400 Creations Unlimited 118 Hardy Street Nelson ph 548 4297 Rotarians' sleeves roll up for bike trail Hammer time: Rotarian Geoff Milnes, cycle trail trustee John Kerridge, Rotary district governor John Rickard and Motueka Rotary president Glyn Lewis-Jones at Tapu Bay at Puketawai, where Motueka Rotary members will be helping to build a boardwalk as part of the Great Taste Tasman Trail. Photo: ALASTAIR PAULIN By ALASTAIR PAULIN Rotary members will be put- ting down the gavel and pick- ing up hammers as they pitch in to advance the Great Taste Cycle Trail. Motueka Rotary has paired up with Motueka s Coastal $800,000 group, which is working on the cycle trail from Mapua to Kaiteriteri. But rather than just raise money, the Rotarians will help out with practical skills too. One of our aims is to find jobs that help the community, and this is perfect, Rotary president Glyn Lewis-Jones said. Members will be helping Bob Cooke and Leo van Workum con- struct a pair of boardwalks near the mouth of the Riwaka River. The trust has taken the voluntary labour into account as it tenders out the job of building a trail from Riwaka, where a new bridge spans the Riwaka River near Goodall Rd, to Tapu Bay, where it will link up with the Kaiteriteri Mountainbike Park. It estimates the donated labour will save about $16,000. Trustee John Kerridge said this was a big help, especially as the sec- tion from Riwaka to Kaiteriteri was not in the original budget. But we see that section as so important that the trust wants to get it completed by Christmas, John said. The focus has been on getting a marketable trail and I think getting to Kaiteriteri achieves that. He said partnering with com- munity groups on some of the work helped compensate for the difficulty of raising cash, and he was keen to get any further offers of help. Rotary also gave the trust $2000 from its 2012 fundraising, with Rotary special projects chairman Geoff Milnes hoping to be able to ear- mark more this year. The Sprig & Fern Motueka also recently gave the trust $1600.
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