Nelson Leader : March 28th 2013
19 THE NELSON LEADER, MARCH 28, 2013 NEWS Honour your loved ones in print and online... Celebrate and honour the legacy of your loved one s life and inspire family and friends to do the same. Death Notices published in the Nelson Mail are now available on our website. is service allows people, living outside the region or overseas, to view your notice. An online guestbook is also attached to your online death notice which gives friends and family members the opportunity to share thoughts, feelings and o er condolences. ese memories will help preser ve your loved one s story and create a sense of community while o ering comfort during a di cult time. For more information on the Nelson Mail death notices online service contact: Nelson Mail on (03) 548 0119 or 0800 800 515 or classi email@example.com or your Funeral Director can answer any questions you may have on the Nelson Mail death notices online service. www.nelsonmail.co.nz/deathnotices Spend & WIN Spend $50 or more on garden products and enter the draw to win a basket full of Easter Eggs (value $100) Entries close Sunday 7th April. Gardening where you Do more for less! Chocolate covered deals: into your Easter Gardening projects with these PutsomeBO CE UN 30% off Plums, Apricots, Apples, Nectarines & Peaches Results Compost 5 for $19.40 Selected Ground Covers $10 Selected Hostas $8 Selected Perennials $7 Selected Perenials $3.50 Selected Shrubs $9.97 Blueberries $11 Selected Flaxes $8 Buxus $11.97 Palms $60 Selected Shrubs $8& $7.50 5239946AA Christine Cook & Sandy Lochhead Two trusted names in Real Estate 544 8778 Licensee Salespeople (REAA 2008) Christine Cook Sandy Lochhead Stoke kindy celebrates 60 years in style Fond memories: One of Stoke Kindergarten's original teachers, Trixie Hindley, cuts the cake to celebrate the kindergarten's 60th anniversary with pupil Amiria Lynch. By PHIL BARNES About 100 people attended a double celebration to mark the 60th anniversary of Stoke Kindergarten last Friday. Head teacher Sue Knox said what made the event special was that it was attended by one of the kinder- garten's original teachers, 82-year- old Trixie Hindley, as well as a foun- dation pupil, Marie Powell. Trixie flew from Whakatane to attend the celebrations and unveiled an engraved boulder to commemor- ate the anniversary. The event began with a morning tea attended by the pupils, their fam- ilies and various members of the community who had been closely associated with the kindergarten throughout the years. Sue said this included women who had helped out as storygrans, and representatives of the Nelson City Council, which had been particularly supportive of the kindergarten, and some staff from the Ministry of Edu- cation's Special Services. Singer Kath Bee, whose daughter was a pupil at the kindergarten, also performed. Sue said about 60 people attended the evening function which was an opportunity for former teachers and pupils to get together.
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