Tasman Leader : August 29th 2013
29 THE TASMAN LEADER, AUGUST 29, 2013 PHOTOS Supporting people affected by cancer: the Cancer Society provides a range of support services for people with cancer and their families, whānau, friends and carers including its Cancer Information Helpline 0800 CANCER (226 237). Scientifc research: the Cancer Society is the largest funder of cancer research after the government, supporting world class New Zealand cancer research projects into the causes and treatments of cancer and also the Cancer Society Social and Behavioural Research Unit in the Department of Preventive and Social Medicine at the University of Otago. It also works with cancer survivors to develop a body of evidence on psycho- social-spiritual support needs. Information resources: the Cancer Society has developed one of the countrys largest information resources on all types of cancers and treatments. Raising awareness: delivering health promotion and educational programmes designed to promote healthier lifestyles and reduce the incidence of cancer, such as the SunSmart Schools Accreditation Programme and Smokefree campaigns. Advocacy: the Cancer Society is a strong advocate for people affected by cancer. It is the only organisation to represent peo with all types cancer. y ople of Friday 30 August ADVERTISING FEATURE Trevs Lawn & Garden Services RWCA Chartered Accountants & Business Advisors Ray White Nelson Staig & Smith Motueka Asphalt Concrete & Metals Nelson Radiology Ltd Dames Activate Sturrock & Greenwood The Wood Retirement Village Proudly supported by: Milnes Beatson Chartered Accountants & Business Advisors The Copier Company Ltd Richmond Resene Fruitfed Supplies Marsden House Funeral Services GJ Gardner Homes Crowe Horwath Rollos Locksmiths Halifax Veterinary Centre Ajax Chimney Cleaning Service Funds raised in Nelson used locally Sadly, the latest cancer statistics tell us that around 21,000 people are diagnosed and around 9000 people die from cancer each year. For more information visit the Societys website at www.cancernz.org.nz Making a donation: Call 0900 31 111 Make an instant $20 donation by dialling 0900 31 111, which will automatically be charged to your telephone account. Online at www.daffodilday.org.nz Tell us the amount youd like to donate and enter your credit card details on our secure and easy online donation form. Text Its quick and easy to donate from your cell phone - simply text daffodil to 305 to make an instant $3 donation. Texts can be sent from Telecom and Vodafone cell phones. Cash Donations Make a cash donation to our street collectors in exchange for a daffodil, on Friday 30 August. 5518659AA Bodies in motion The VAST dance festival presented 16 performances from eight schools at the Theatre Royal last Thursday and Leader photographer Marion van Dijk was on hand to capture the choreographed beauty and drama. Fusion by Waimea College, designed by Courtney Page. Another image from Fusion by Waimea College. Storm by Waimea College. Captured by Motueka High School. Vertical w/o falling, created by Katie Thorpe, Alana Behringer and Liam Reid, performed by Motueka High School. Pump It by Salisbury School.
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