Nelson Leader : August 29th 2013
9 THE NELSON LEADER, AUGUST 29, 2013 NEWS I spy with my little eye, a new sending range coming soon. Our parcel sending range will be streamlined, making it easier for you to choose. Better yet, you'll soon find these new changes in your local New Zealand Post retail outlet. For all you need to know, go to nzpost.co.nz/sending PST0314A PHARMACY 03 548 6495 • 11 TAHUNANUI DRIVE (OPP KFC) BUY NOW AT HARLEY'S PHARMACY 200ml for only $39.50 (lasts 3-5mths) Get your refill now or if you haven't tried it come in and chat to us now to see if transdermal Magnesium Oil is right for you Do you suffer from Muscle Cramps, Migraines, Insomnia, Restlessness, Irritability, Anxiety or Depression? All of these can be signs of magnesium deficiency. Natural Therapeutics Guide 2000-2001 An entirely new way to supplement MAGNESIUM "THROUGH THE SKIN" Pure Magnesium Chloride Oil www.magnesiumlife.com 5530144AA Taking the path to higher learning Cementing ties: Birchwood Kindergarten head teacher Gaye Wood, pupils Cameron Harrison, Lexi Collins, Dan Lane, Evelyn Johnston and Birchwood School principal Chris Herrick on the new path that links the two organisations. Photo: SALLY KIDSON Birchwood Kindergarten now has a new concrete path that is a prac- tical and symbolic link to next door primary school Birchwood School. The kindergarten s head teacher Gaye Wood said the path was built by the Fam- ily Liaison Group. Gaye said it used $6000 worth of con- crete, and fundraising had been underta- ken to pay for it. The pathway was officially opened, and blessed in a ceremony on Friday. Year one and two students from Birchwood School performed kapa haka songs after a parent performed a karakia. The kindergarten pupils went through the gate and met the pupils. The new gate and pathway was well used because many families had older children at the neighbouring primary school and went between the two organ- isations. The concrete path meant access, especially with prams, was much easier from the school s field to the kindergar- ten. Birchwood School principal Chris Her- rick said the path was great, and a sym- bol of the connections between the two education providers. Chris said the school also had thought independently that pathway would be a good idea. Both Chris and Gaye said the pathway fitted into the vision of the path- ways of learning. The school and the kindergarten had a lot of links, with many children from the kindergarten continuing their education at Birchwood School.
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