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    •  Morning School Routines  Study Tips for Better Learning  Why do Kids Wag School?  Make your Weekends Family Friendly  Acne: What is it and how to treat it  Evening and Bedtime Routines  Core Curricular Subjects: Why Learn Maths?  What to do when your Kids Wag School  Fun Free Family Activities  Acne Myths and Home Based Remedies Babies and Toddlers Business Services Education and Training, Clubs and Community Getting Married Health and Beauty, Sport and Recreation Industrial and Rural Living and Leisure Motoring, Marine and Aviation Property: Real Estate, Building and Development Senior Living Shopping and Retail, Wining and Dining Visiting the Hibiscus Coast and Rodney EDUCATION AND TRAINING, CLUBS AND COMMUNITY Autumn/Winter 2013 To feature in this booklet and on our Linku2 website plans start from $25 pm. For details phone: 09 428 0204, Email: admin@linku2hibiscuscoast.co.nz or visit www.linku2hibiscuscoast.co.nz | About Us | Advertise with Us | Web and Booklet Plans (Rates subject to change - for up to date information visit the website) Linku2 Hibiscus Coast Business and Community Services are kindly sponsored by Pak n Save Silverdale helping us support our local Community Visit www.linku2hibiscuscoast.co.nz | We Linku2 for information, articles and local service links for the following - Articles in this print issue: Articles in the web links: Information on web and in booklet -  Important School and New Zealand Dates  Hibiscus Coast School and College details  Our recommended After School Services  Our recommended School Holiday Services  Local Clubs and Non-profit Services See back page for details
    • We Linku2 local services, information and articles through our Linku2 website and print booklets in stands across the area. Our onsite web “We Linku2” sections and print booklets are updated quarterly keeping up to date with trends and new release information. Visit www.linku2hibiscuscoast.co.nz to find everything you need locally, pick up a free booklet from one of our many stands or download a copy on site. Linku2 also provide on site information including -  Free Classified Sales  Local Events Calendar  Latest news  Information on the local area and services (eg bus timetables, rubbish collections, libraries, emergency procedures, etc) Plus we run our own unique Fundraising Programme with paying Web and Booklet advertisers contributing back into our non-profit community. All local non-profit groups can register to receive funds. We welcome any feedback and love to be involved with our community Call us on 09 428 0204 or email admin@linku2hibiscuscoast.co.nz Visit us today at www.linku2hibiscuscoast.co.nz.co.nz and support our community to - Go Local, Grow Local ... LINKU2 - WHO ARE WE AND WHAT CAN WE DO FOR YOU? SO WHAT ARE QR CODES? A QR code is a type of bar code with an embedded URL that links to the internet. By using a QR reading programme on your smart phone you can link directly through the QR code to the link. If you have a smartphone but don’t have a QR App you can download a QR code scanner free at www.qrstuff.com Or text “QR” to 710 (Vodafone)
    • Location Day and date Occurs Auckland Monday 28 January Within school holidays Taranaki Monday 11 March Within Term 1 Hawkes Bay Friday 25 October Within Term 4 Wellington Monday 21 January Within school holidays Marlborough Monday 4 November Within Term 4 Nelson Monday 4 February Within school holidays Canterbury Friday 15 November Within Term 4 Canterbury (South) Monday 23 September Within Term 3 Westland Monday 2 December Within Term 4 Otago Monday 25 March Within Term 1 Southland Monday 14 January Within school holidays Chatham Islands Monday 2 December Within Term 4 2013 Primary & Intermediate School Terms Term 1 28 January at earliest to 7 February at latest To Friday 19 April Term 2 Monday 6 May To Friday 12 July Term 3 Monday 29 July To Friday 27 September Term 4 Monday 14 October To No later then Friday 20 December 2013 Public Holidays  New Years Day - 1 January  Day after New Years Day - 2 January  Waitangi Day - 6 February (Wednesday)  Good Friday - 29 March  Easter Monday - 1 April  Anzac Day - 25 April (Thursday)  Queen's Birthday - 3 June (Monday)  Labour Day - 28 October (Monday)  Christmas Day - 25 December  Boxing Day - 26 December IMPORTANT SCHOOL AND NEW ZEALAND DATES Anniversary Day Holidays for New Zealand 2013
    •  Dairy Flat School - Main Rd, RD 4, Dairy Flat, 0932 - Ph: (09) 415 9071  Gulf Harbour School - 65 Alec Craig Way, Gulf Harbour, 0930 - Ph: 428 0202  Kingsway School - 100 Jelas Road, Silverdale, 0931 - Ph: 427 0900  Orewa College - 76 Riverside Rd, Orewa, 0931 - Ph: 426 4075  Orewa North Primary School - Centreway Rd, Orewa, 0931 - Ph: 426 4849  Orewa Primary School - 86 Maire Rd, Orewa, 0931 - Ph: 426 5548  Red Beach School - 20 Albert Hall Dr, Red Beach, 0932 - Ph: 426 8915  Silverdale School - 4 Longmore Lane, Silverdale, 0932 - Ph: 426 5510  Stanmore Bay School - Waiora Rd, Stanmore Bay, 0932 - Ph: 424 5540  Stella Maris School - 50 Silverdale Road, Silverdale, 0932 - Ph: 427 9189  Wainui Primary School - 492 Waitoki Road, RD 1, Kaukapakapa - Ph: 09 420 5127  Wentworth College/Primary - 65 Gulf Harbour Dve, Gulf Harbour, 0930 - Ph: 424 3273  Whangaparaoa College - 15 Delshaw Ave, Whangaparaoa, 0932 - Ph: 424 9177  Whangaparaoa Primary - 39 Ladies Mile, Manly, 0930 - Ph: 424 9029 HIBISCUS COAST SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES SCHOOL ROUTINES: ORGANISING YOUR MORNING ROUTINE It doesn’t matter the age of your child(ren) the morning routine in the household can often be chaotic! Here are a few simple tips that can help ease that pressure! For Younger Children  Set aside at least 2-3 minutes in the wake up routine for a cuddle or quiet moment asking what they hope to do that day  Make sure the kids get out of bed go to the toilet and at least get dressed before breakfast  Ensure there is time for a good breakfast  Get the kids to clear their breakfast dishes from the table  Move on to the cleaning routine – make sure they wash their face and hands and clean their teeth  Make sure the school bag is packed. Lunch, drink bottle, school books, any kit needed for that day, hat, etc  Have a timetable to check if you are keeping on track, eg 7.45 am we should be finishing breakfast, or 8.15 am have we packed the school bags yet?  If you are really organised get the kids to make their bed and tidy their room before school!  If practical walk to school it is far less stressful Make sure you stick to the same routine as much as you can. Younger kids enjoy and relate to familiarity. Hibiscus Coast Kindergarten - 88 Riverside Rd, Orewa, Ph: 426 4543 Email: hbc@naka.co.nz Silverdale Kindergarten - 2 Longmore Lane, Silverdale, Ph: 426 9600 Email: silverdale@naka.co.nz Stanmore Bay Kindergarten - 36 Waiora Rd, Stanmore Bay Ph: 424 8847 Email: stanmorebay@naka.co.nz Whangaparaoa Kindergarten - 7 Motutapu Ave, Manly, Ph: 424 5130 Email: whangaparaoa@naka.co.nz www.naka.co.nz
    • One way to help ease the routine is to have a schedule of your child’s school timetable on the wall or fridge. That way you can make sure you are organised with things like PE kit, dance shoes, swimming gear or anything else! For Older Children The tweens may be older but can often be more hard to keep organised.  Allow more time for the wake up routine – make regular but not rowdy calls into the bedroom (until you get beyond your time allowance for rising!)  Make sure they have their own written schedule – they know that if they haven’t eaten breakfast by 8.15 am they are pushing things  Make sure their clothes are set out the night before  Make sure you have a curfew for the night before, this will help immensely with the wake up routine  Their routine should allow for them to also make their own lunches, ensuring they are wearing a clean uniform and they have all the necessary equipment or uniform for each particular day  It is still a good idea for you to have a copy of their timetable available – there will no doubt be times where gentle reminders are appreciated Also have a specific place school notices are placed or pinned – that way you won’t lose permission slips, notices of outings or equipment that needs to be provided for a specific project. Above all, Stay calm! As long as you allow the time you should be able to achieve all the above and actually make the morning time before school pleasant! School Routines: Things to do before going to bed... Now you have your morning routine sorted, make sure the evening runs smoothly too! Scan this QR code for night time tips! Or visit www.linku2hibiscuscoast.co.nz | We Linku2 | Education and Community - Scrolling item or Article link
    • STUDY TIPS FOR BETTER LEARNING There is no doubt that just a few tweaks to a routine or environment can make a huge difference to anyone’s ability to learn and retain information. Here are a few tips to help both yourself, if you work in a home environment, and your kids make the learning experience more valuable and better.  Create a comfortable working environment. Have a particular room or part of a room in which to work. Make sure the area has a good work surface, is well lit and has plenty of room to place books and store required equipment  Have a study planner in clear view. This can either just be a schedule to follow or may be more interactive as a white board to mark progress or notice board to add notes and reminders  Sometimes adding music can be very beneficial to learning but make sure it is not a distraction! Some classical music is brain friendly including Bach, Vivaldi, Handel and Pachelbel  Use a calendar, alongside your study planner, to mark days for upcoming tests and organise study schedules. Here you can expand on the study planner notes. Mark specific topics that need to be studied for a future test, etc We Linku2 our recommended … HIBISCUS COAST AFTER SCHOOL, EXTRA CURRICULAR AND SCHOOL HOLIDAY SERVICES The Leisure Centre, 156 Brightside Road, Stanmore Bay, Ph: 424 1914 W: www.theleisurecentre.co.nz - Leisure Kidz school holiday programmes, swimming classes, kids entertainment clubs, groups and activities. Dynamic Martial Arts, 4A Agency Lane, Silverdale, Ph: 021 214 7204 E: dave@dynamic.org.nz, W: www.dynamic.org.nz - We offer a wide range of classes that the whole family can enjoy. We have Cardio classes if you are looking to gain fitness, lose weight, tone and strengthen in a fun and friendly atmosphere, Kickboxing classes to learn effective self-defence and correct, safe technique. Northern Arena, 8 Polarity Rise, Silverdale, Ph: 421 9700 E: justinb@northernarena.co.nz, W: www.northernarena.co.nz - Swimming lessons, after school services and school holiday programmes for all ages Kids Republic, Unit 5, 26 Karepiro Dr, Whangaparaoa, Ph: 428 4831 E: kidsrepublic@paradise.net.nz, W: www.kidsrepublic.co.nz Creative Dance, Orewa Community Centre, 368 Hibiscus Coast Hwy, Orewa, Ph: 426 1519, W: www.creativedanceorewa.co.nz - Creative Dance teaches Hip Hop, Modern & Funky Fun classes and takes students from 2 years to Adults including Boys Hip Hop. Cre- ative Dance is a performance based dance school and was established in 1996 out of a true love of dance and a desire to share it. Guitar 101, Guitar lessons, Hibiscus Coast, Ph: 424 8959, W: www.guitarlessons1-0- 1.com - Introductory price for all new students! All Ages, All Styles. Fun, Rewarding, Imme- diate Results! Hibiscus Coast Youth Centre, 214D Hibiscus Coast Highway, Orewa, Ph 426 5005 After School programme. Join the friendly staff down at the HBC Youth Centre for fun filled afternoons including Indoor Rock Climbing, Art Attack!, Games, Theatre, Outdoor Sports. Swimming some days so bring your togs!
    •  Work at your best time of day. It is often good to allow children a short time (1/2 hour to 1 hour) after school to “wind down” before starting homework. However, some people actually work better in the morning and can get up early and study. Morning workers need a good routine though and must stick to it, no extra lie in!  Make it clear when you are studying to the rest of the family to avoid interruptions  Track your progress and make sure you are on track. There’s nothing worse than getting to 2 days before an exam and realising you are only half way through your curriculum revision! Work out at the beginning how long each topic should take to study and plan accordingly. Tick off topics as you reach certain levels and track this against your time left  Make it easy on yourself. Always over allow for time when studying – if a topic needs at least 2-3 hours to complete allow 3-4 hours. It is far better and more conducive to have extra time!  Be honest with yourself. If you have a test or project deadline approaching don’t kid yourself you can go out late the night before and still get it completed! Especially around exam time give up those social nights (or at least some of them) – don’t worry they’ll still be happening when the exams are over! Follow these tips and we’ll see you at the top! WHY DO KIDS ‘WAG’ SCHOOL? OK so all kids have days when they really don’t feel like school. They don’t have to be genuinely sick, perhaps they have forgotten to finish their homework or maybe they don’t want to have to do PE that day. Some will just pretend to be sick and stay home with you but of course, sometimes, kids pretend to go to school and then disappear off to do their own thing. The Ideal for newborns to 5 year olds Need quality care for your child? Extend your family with us with fun, safe, stimulating and educational care in a warm, loving home environment Plus 20 free hours care offered to eligible families Fairy Godmothers Inc  Ph: 424 8868 Email: f.g.inc@xtra.co.nz Web: www.fgi.co.nz Professional Home Based Childcare Pukeko Early Learning Centre 159 Brightside Road, Stanmore Bay Phone: 424 2173 pukekoelc@xtra.co.nz  www.pukekoelc.co.nz Stimulating activities for ages 2 to 5 years 20 Free hours care available to eligible families Gymnastics classes, Music and Dance sessions and swimming lessons with qualified instructors CORE CURRICULUM SUBJECTS: WHY LEARN MATHS... Now you can study suc- cessfully, find out why you study certain subjects – who hates maths? So why learn it … Scan this QR code to discover how important maths is in your learning. Or visit www.linku2hibiscuscoast.co.nz | We Linku2 | Education and Community- Scroll- ing item or Article link
    • official term for this is truancy. Whether playing truant, wagging, skipping or skiving there are a number of reasons why children wag school.  They want to get attention from parents, friends or teachers  They want to make trouble for the school or their parents  They may be being bullied at school  They may have friends who play truant  They may be running away from problems at home or at school  They may have learning problems  They may have been dared to play truant  They're feeling angry about something  They may think it's the cool thing to do We Linku2 our recommended … HIBISCUS COAST CHILDCARE, KINDYS AND PRESCHOOLS Fairy Godmothers - 21 De Luen Ave, Tindalls Bay, Whangaparaoa, Ph: 424 8868 E: f.g.inc@xtra.co.nz, W: www.fgi.co.nz - Fairy Godmothers Inc is a fun, safe and stimulat- ing environment for youngsters aged 0-5. Home from Home Childcare Ltd - 10 Walbrook Road, Whangaparaoa, Ph: 424 2499 E: info@homefromhomechildcare.co.nz, W: www.homefromhomechildcare.co.nz - Home from Home Family Childcare Ltd helps your child grow and develop through training and teaching in a homebased environment. Pukeko Early Learning Centre - 159 Brightside Road, Stanmore Bay, Whangaparaoa, Ph: 424 2173 E: pukekoelc@xtra.co.nz, W: www.pukekoelc.co.nz - Warm, caring environment for ages 2 to 5 years. Full and sessional places available. Programme includes Gym’N’nees gymnas- tics classes, music and dance sessions and swimming lessons with qualified instructors. We also offer 20 Free ECE hours to eligible children. Sure Start Early Learning Centre - 26 Brixton Road, Manly, Whangaparaoa, Ph: 424 2315, E: sure.start@vodafone.co.nz - Provide your child with specialised areas of learning tailored for their needs in a caring environment. Whangaparaoa Kindergarten, 7 Motutapu Ave, Whangaparaoa, Ph: 424 5130 E: whangaparaoa@naka.co.nz, W: www.naka.co.nz - We provide an environment that is welcoming, where everyone feels socially, emotionally and physically safe. Children, teachers and parents are involved in a Child Centred Programme where we work together to build on children’s interests Hibiscus Coast Kindergarten, 88 Riverside Road, Orewa, Ph: 426 4543 E: hbc@naka.co.nz, Web: www.naka.co.nz Kid's Republic, Unit 5, 26 Karepiro Dr, Whangaparaoa, Ph: 428 4831 E: kidsrepublic@paradise.net.nz, W: www.kidsrepublic.co.nz Silverdale Kindergarten, 2 Longmore Lane, Silverdale, Ph: 426 9600 E: silverdale@naka.co.nz, Web: www.naka.co.nz Stanmore Bay Kindergarten, 36 Waiora Road, Stanmore Bay, Ph: 424 8847 E: stanmorebay@naka.co.nz, Web: www.naka.co.nz
    •  They just want to play and have a day off Whatever the reason often parents are the last to know so if you are worried look out for tell tale signs which might include –  not doing homework  avoiding conversations about school  not talking about friends or teachers  changing the morning school routine If there have been any changes in your child’s or family circumstances this can contribute to a situation like this. Remember teens are very sensitive and often don’t know how to express themselves to adults. If you do discover your child is wagging school don’t however immediately assume it is because they are in with a “bad” crowd, sometimes it may just be that they don’t like that particular subject, think there is something better to do or, if they are particularly bright they may simply be bored. What is important however is to establish, why they are doing it and treat it as a problem to be solved with care and understanding, not bullying and punishment. Help them to understand the importance and value of their learning experiences. MAKE YOUR WEEKENDS FAMILY FRIENDLY How many times do you find yourself saying on a Sunday night – well the weekend is over again and we still haven’t done what we planned! Routine, Routine, Routine A word that harbours dread in many but one that can make your life so much easier! If you have your week day routines organised well this will not only free you up at the weekend but also help create simple weekend routines. Plan some of those larger chores for during the week to free up weekend time. Instead of washing everything on a Saturday morning why not do the bulk on a Tuesday or Wednesday leaving Friday evening or early Saturday to just wash school uniforms and work outfits. Don’t leave cleaning the bathroom basin Early Childhood Education Specialized infant and toddler area Stimulating educational programme High staff to child ratios Fully qualified, experienced staff Full time and sessional visits Safe and secure environment Nursery - Ages 0-2 years Preschool - Ages 2-5 years Sure Start Early Childhood Education 26 Brixton Road, Manly Ph: 424 2315 - E: sure.start@vodafone.co.nz Sure Start WHAT TO DO WHEN YOUR CHILD WAGS SCHOOL ... Now you have some ide- as on why your child might skip school read up on what to do to avoid or stop it … Scan this QR code for helpful tips Or visit www.linku2hibiscuscoast.co.nz | We Linku2 | Education and Community - Scrolling item or Article link Whangaparaoa Kindergarten - 7 Motutapu Ave, Manly, Ph: 424 5130 Email: whangaparaoa@naka.co.nz Enrolling now, Limited Spaces Visit or Call Today
    • until the weekend – wipe it down each day and then set an evening, perhaps a Thursday just to go round and give the bathrooms a thorough clean. If you are planning a party or friends round at the weekend, don’t leave the shopping until Saturday morning and spend the day cooking. Shop on Thursday and pre- prepare some of the dishes. Get the kids to help For those jobs that do need doing at the weekend have a roster and get the kids to help. Not only is this good for their development and discipline but can help them appreciate the fun family time, plus it can be good family time in itself. Chat about the day and week while folding the washing with Mum or pulling up weeds with Dad! Make sure you allocate jobs appropriate to their age and ability. Weekend Activities If your kids are involved in weekend soccer, cricket or other activities try to streamline these. Car pool with other parents. Don’t build up your children’s expectations that you will watch every single soccer match or ballet class. It won’t mean you love them any less! Plan Your Time Once you have done all the “necessary” weekend tasks and trips make sure you actually plan something together so the rest of the weekend doesn’t fritter away. We Linku2 our recommended … HIBISCUS COAST EDUCATION AND TRAINING The Leisure Centre, 156 Brightside Road, Stanmore Bay, Ph: 424 1914 W: www.theleisurecentre.co.nz - Leisure Kidz school holiday programmes, swimming classes, kids entertainment clubs, groups and activities. Dynamic Martial Arts, 4A Agency Lane, Silverdale, Ph: 021 214 7204 E: dave@dynamic.org.nz, W: www.dynamic.org.nz - We offer a wide range of classes that the whole family can enjoy. We have Cardio classes if you are looking to gain fitness, lose weight, tone and strengthen in a fun and friendly atmosphere, Kickboxing classes to learn effective self-defence and correct, safe technique. Northern Arena, 8 Polarity Rise, Silverdale, Ph: 421 9700 E: justinb@northernarena.co.nz, W: www.northernarena.co.nz - Swimming lessons, after school services and school holiday programmes for all ages Roadcraft School of Motoring, Hibiscus Coast, Ph: 0800 4 LESSON E: rcsom@xtra.co.nz, Web: www.rcsom.co.nz - Here at Roadcraft you will find we can ca- ter for all of your driver training needs, From start to finish we have the skills and training packages to help you to obtain the required standards to pass the test. Creative Dance, Orewa Community Centre, 368 Hibiscus Coast Hwy, Orewa, Ph: 426 1519, W: www.creativedanceorewa.co.nz - Creative Dance teaches Hip Hop, Modern & Funky Fun classes and takes students from 2 years to Adults including Boys Hip Hop. Cre- ative Dance is a performance based dance school and was established in 1996 out of a true love of dance and a desire to share it. Guitar 101, Guitar lessons, Hibiscus Coast, Ph: 424 8959, W: www.guitarlessons1-0- 1.com - Introductory price for all new students! All Ages, All Styles. Fun, Rewarding, Imme- diate Results! Unit 5, 26 Karepiro Drive Ph: 428 4831 E: kidsrepublic@paradise.net.nz W: www.kidsrepublic.co.nz
    • A movie evening, baking, go for a walk, plan an outing to a park, shopping centre, activity. Then make sure you enjoy – if you haven’t quite got the perfectly clean house, still need to fold the washing or go through the paperwork don’t worry about it. Relax enjoy your time out – any jobs will still be there when you get back and can always be done later! ACNE: WHAT IS IT AND WHAT CAN YOU DO So what is acne? Acne is a skin condition that occurs when the oil-secreting glands in the skin are clogged and become inflamed or infected. If you are a teen chances are you will have some acne with acne being considered by most as a normal part of development between a kid and an adult. Acne can be in the form of whiteheads (when a pore gets clogged up, closes, and bulges out from the skin) or blackheads (when a pore clogs up but stays open). Pimples are caused when the wall of the pore is broken and bacteria and dead skin cells get under the skin. Kids and teens get acne because of the hormone changes in puberty. Luckily for most acne clears by the time you reach your twenties. Here are some ways you can help to keep acne away – Roadcraft School of Motoring, Hibiscus CoastRoadcraft School of Motoring, Hibiscus CoastRoadcraft School of Motoring, Hibiscus Coast Ph: 0800 4 LESSONPh: 0800 4 LESSONPh: 0800 4 LESSON  rcsom@xtra.co.nzrcsom@xtra.co.nzrcsom@xtra.co.nz  www.rcsom.co.nzwww.rcsom.co.nzwww.rcsom.co.nz We can take you from a complete novice and progress you through all required phases to gain your full drivers license. Each student is different so we firstly assess your skill level then tailor a training program to your needs. We have both manual and automatic training vehicles, fitted with dual control systems to ensure a safe training environment Whether car, motorbike, bus or truck we offer beginner skills, test preparation, defensive or advanced skills, parking, towing, basic vehicle maintenance or custom a programme for your needs Feel free to contact us with any queries FREE FAMILY FUN ACTIVITIES... Now you have time at the weekend check out some great free things you can do in that time … Scan this QR code for a list of ideas. Or visit www.linku2hibiscuscoast.co.nz | We Linku2 | Education and Community - Scrolling item or Article link
    •  To help prevent the oil build up wash your face once or twice a day with warm water and a mild soap or cleanser  Don't scrub your face. Scrubbing can actually make acne worse. Use your hands to wash not a facecloth  Keep hair sprays and gels away from your face as they can clog pores  If you have long hair, keep it away from your face and wash it regularly to reduce oil  Try not to touch your face  Make sure any makeup you use is oil free  Wash your face after exercise or if you have been sweating a lot  Don't pick, squeeze, or pop pimples  Try not to get sunburned  Avoid extreme stress  Exercise regularly  Don’t rest your face in your hands while studying, reading or watching TV  Eat a good balanced diet. Foods good for acne clearing are deep coloured fruits (berries), citrus fruits, fish, almonds, walnuts and leafy green vegetables  Good supplements include fish oil and vitamins B5, A and C  Avoid caffine and other stimulants 4A Agency Lane, Silverdale Ph: 021 214 7204 E: dave@dynamic.org.nz We offer a wide range of classes the whole family can enjoy  Cardio Challenge  Musical Forms  Sparring - Adults  Nemesis  Fight Fit  BTF  Kids Kickboxing  Kickboxing We Linku2 our recommended … HIBISCUS COAST SUPPLIES AND STATIONERY Insinc Products, Ph: 0508 467 462 , Mob: 021 447 640 E: Stephanie@insincproducts.co.nz, W: www.insincproducts.co.nz - An extensive range of commercial strength environmentally friendly cleaning and paper products to meet your cleaning and hygiene needs
    • Check out our products by scanning this QR code with your smartphone or tablet Download a QR code scanner at www.qrstuff.com Or text “QR” to 710 (Vodafone) Insinc Products Ltd Eco-friendly, sustainable products for your home, office or school that are better for you and better for the environment. An extensive range of commercial strength environmentally friendly products PO Box 310 140, Red Beach Ph: 0508 467 462  Mob: 021 447 640 E: sales@insinc.co.nz  www.insinc.co.nz ACNE MYTHS AND TREAT- MENTS... Now you know how to avoid acne read about those acne myths and find some alterna- tive treatments to clear the skin. Scan this QR code to help your skin glow! Or visit www.linku2hibiscuscoast.co.nz | We Linku2 | Education and Community - Scrolling item or Article link We’ve Made Movies CHEAPER on the coast! All 2D Tickets $9.90  All 3D Tickets $13.50 All day, every day exclusive at Hoyts Hibiscus Coast Hoyts Hibiscus Coast, 6 Link Drive, Whangaparaoa Ph: 09 488 6000 w www.hoyts.co.nz HIBISCUS COAST
    • We Linku2 … HIBISCUS COAST CLUBS AND NON PROFIT GROUPS For full details on all the clubs/groups listed below visit our onsite We Linku2 | Education and Community section ARTS, CRAFTS AND LEISURE GROUPS Centrestage Theatre Company, 60 Centreway Road, Orewa - Ph: 426 7282 Estuary Arts Centre, 214B Hibiscus Coast Highway, Orewa, Ph: 09 426 5570 Hibiscus Coast Community Arts Council, Hibiscus Coast - Ph: 09 428 3836 Hibiscus Ukuleles, Ph: 021 421 109 , E: thearts@thearts.co.nz, W: www.thearts.co.nz Kowhai Singers, Warkworth, Ph:425 4181 COMMUNITY CLUBS AND GROUPS Centre of Mutual Aid, Stanmore Bay Community Hall, Wairoa Rd, Stanmore Bay - Ph: 09 489 8954 Centrestage Theatre Company, 60 Centreway Road, Orewa - Ph: 426 7282 Chariot Trust, 4A Agency Lane, Silverdale - Ph: 021 214 7204 Coast Robotics, Whangaparaoa College, Delshaw Ave, Whangaparaoa - Ph: 021 024 60837 GirlGuiding NZ Whangaparaoa, 45 Stanmore Bay Road, Whangaparaoa - Ph: 424 2840. Gutter Kitties, W: www.gutterkitties.co.nz Hibiscus Coast Boating Club, Stanmore Bay - Ph: 424 4631 Hibiscus Coast Community House, 214e Hibiscus Coast Highway, Orewa - Ph: 426 3598Hibiscus Coast Dog Training Club, 214 Hibiscus Coast Highway, Orewa - Ph: 424 0448 or 426 3994 Hibiscus Coast Family Services Inc, PO Box 519, Whangaparaoa - Ph: 424 4014 Hibiscus Coast Grandparents Parenting Grandchildren, Red Beach Methodist Church Lounge, Red Beach - Ph: 426 9136 Hibiscus Coast Parent Centre, PO Box 584, Whangaparaoa Hibiscus Coast Senior Citizens Association, 43 Kath Hopper Drive, Orewa - Ph: 427 9116 Hibiscus Coast Youth Centre, 214d Hibiscus Coast Highway, Orewa, Ph: 428 5005 Hibiscus Ukuleles, Ph: 021 421 109 , E: thearts@thearts.net.nz, W: www.thearts.net.nz Home and Family Counselling Inc, 575 Whangaparaoa Road, Stanmore Bay ICONZ, 733 Whangaparaoa Road, Stanmore Bay - Ph: 027 653 5723 No. 5 Squadron Air Training Corps, Ex Silverdale Bowling Club, SH17, Silverdale - Ph: 021 666 248 Northern Auckland Kindergarten Association, 44c Anzac Road, Browns Bay - Ph: 09 479 5869 Orewa Theosophical Society, 488 Hibiscus Coast Highway, Orewa - Ph: 428 3691 Cont ...
    • We Linku2 … HIBISCUS COAST CLUBS AND NON PROFIT GROUPS cont ... RNZAFA, 2/10 Elizabeth Street, Orewa - Ph: 426 2028 Rodney Dog Friends, Arkles Bay Special Bees Playgroup, Hibiscus Coast and Red Beach - Ph: 09 838 Te Hana Te Ao Marama Maori Cultural Centre, 317 State Highway One, Te Hana, Wellsford - Ph: 09 423 8701 Teenadders Plus Inc, 592B Whangaparaoa Road, Whangaparaoa - Ph: 424 2880 ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS Forest and Bird Society Hibiscus Coast, Presbyterian Church Hall, Centreway Rd, Ore- wa SPORTS CLUBS AND GROUPS Aikido Club, 717 Whangaparaoa Road, Whangaparaoa - Ph: 09 630 5600 Air Pistol Club, Wentworth College Gymnasium, 65 Gulf Harbour Drive, Gulf Harbour, Ph: 021 076 4256 Chariot Trust, 4A Agency Lane, Silverdale - Ph: 021 214 7204 Coast Swim Club, PO Box 311, Whangaparaoa, E: committee@coastswimclub.org.nz HBC Raiders Rugby League and Sports Club Inc, Brightside Rd, Stanmore Bay Hibiscus Coast Boating Club, Stanmore Bay - Ph: 424 4631 Orewa Tennis Club, Victor Eaves Park, Florence Ave, Orewa - Ph: 424 3652 If you know any local non profit clubs or groups who would like to list with us, have a free web page and be part of our Fundraising Programme please have them email us at admin@linku2hibiscuscoast.co.nz Where people come first and communication is a priority Ph: 424 2499 - Andrea: 027 477 0889 - Wisia: 027 464 1331 www.homefromhomechildcare.co.nz Homebased Education & Childcare
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