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10.6km Run & Walk
Starting at 9.30am
START: Southbrook Sports Centre
FINISH: Kaiapoi Borough School
PRIZE GIVING: noon
• Trophies • Lucky number • Spot prizes:
Major spot prize: $500 New World voucher + 5 x $100 New World vouchers
• Entertainment • Amusements • Food & drinks
• Fun Run Tee - Shirts will be available for purchase
with pre-event ticket sales
• Buses will leave Southbrook Sports Centre at 8.30am and 9am to
the start in Rangiora
NB: No dogs, bicycles or rollerblades are permitted
Tickets available from:
Rangiora New World
The Northern Outlook, Albert Street (next to Corys Electrical).
McAlpines Mitre 10 Sports Centre, East Belt • Wilson Print, High Street.
Kaiapoi New World
Blackwells Department Store & Take Note, Williams Street.
Kaiapoi i-SITE Visitor Centre, Raven Quay
Pre-paid tickets cash only. Tickets available to purchase on the day.
SUNDAY 10 MARCH
Rangiora - Kaiapoi
Funds raised for
the benefit of youth in
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They're off: Fun Runs are good
exercise, very enjoyable and benefit
Just a reminder that if you haven't
started training yet, you have just a
fortnight to prepare for the 14th
annual Rangiora -- Kaiapoi Fun Run
on March 10 -- a 10.6km run and
walk, starting at the Southbrook
Sports Centre at 9.30am and
finishing at Kaiapoi Borough School.
Buses are available and there are
spot prizes, entertainment, food and
drinks at the finish.
As this is a fun event, there are a
few competitive runners, but the
majority are individuals and groups
who want to take on the challenge
of running or walking from one
town to the other. Families, children
in pushchairs, groups, children,
young and old can all participate.
There are randomly drawn prizes
of one $500 New World shopping
voucher, five $100 New World
shopping vouchers, sports clothing
and equipment, and all kinds of
This is an event run by the
combined Lions clubs of Rangiora
and Kaiapoi. All proceeds go to a
trust fund set up to help
disadvantaged youth in the North
Tickets can be pre-purchased
from various locations in both
Rangiora and Kaiapoi, and from the
New World supermarkets in both
towns. Ticket sales are also available
on the day.
Free bus transport is provided to
shuttle participants from one end to
For more information, check out:
firstname.lastname@example.org or see:
Major sponsors are The Northern
Outlook newspaper, New World,
Thermatech, Mill Orchard and
Enterprise North Canterbury.
Dreaded teenage years are ripe
for family conflict, but a Toolbox
course at Darfield High can help
The teen years pose some of
the most difficult challenges
for families. Teenagers,
dealing with hormone
changes and an ever-complex
world, may feel that no one
can understand their feelings,
As a result, they may feel
angry, alone and confused,
while facing complicated
issues about identity, peers,
sexual behaviour, drinking
Parents may be frustrated
and angry that their teen
seems to no longer respond
to parental authority.
Methods of discipline that
worked well in earlier years
may no longer have an effect.
Parents may feel frightened
and helpless about the
choices their teen is making.
As a result, the teen years
are ripe for family conflict.
On Tuesday, March 12,
from 7pm till 9pm, Darfield
High School hosts the Tweens
and Teens Toolbox -- a series
of six sessions designed to
give you tools to equip your
teenager with a strong sense
of self, as well as
resourcefulness, and to help
you in your journey of letting
go and handing over some of
the controls as your young
person learns to fly solo.
Session 1: Atmosphere.
Session 2: Boundaries.
Session 3: Communication.
Session 4: Discipline.
Session 5: Self-esteem.
Session 6: Future pathways.
inevitable about the arrival of
the teenage years.
You've always known
they'll hit one day, but there's
something daunting about
discovering you've got a
teenager in the house.
This series of sessions will
help give you and your
teenager strategies for
dealing with problems.
Yes, it does address
potential issues, but it is
hoped you will discover that
teenagers are actually 'okay';
in fact, this stage of the
parenting journey can be
really very enjoyable.
The repeat event will occur
every Tuesday until April 16.
Contact Jayne Malinder-
Scott, 03 318 8411 or
Learn more about Toolbox by
viewing the website:
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