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Selwyn Times: July 19, 2016

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12 Tuesday July 19 2016 SCHOOL HOLIDAY FUN SELWYN TIMES Children in Selwyn have been busy taking part in a lot of different activities at the Busy Bumbles holiday programme. Craft days, snowman days and a trip to Inflatable World have kept the kids occupied over the first week of the school holidays. BUILDING: Bridie and Isabelle got creative while using the giant Lego blocks at the school holiday programme. INFLATABLE FUN: Jim and Billy had fun at Inflatable World bouncing round, chasing playing with one another. COOKIE ART: Lilly enjoyed getting to decorate her cookie as part of the crafty creations day at West Melton Busy Bumbles. H90 x W130mm POOL FUN: Blake Woolley tried out the large inflatable raft at the Selwyn Aquatic Centre at Poolfest last week. SNOWMAN DECORATIONS: Hamish, Skye, Joshua and Erik used their creativity when they dressed up Meisha to be their snowman. FROSTY FUN: Emma, Brianna, Cameron, Jayden and Kylah had fun dressing Genevieve up as a snowman at the Darfield programme. John Sunckell ECAN 2016 “Working together taking us forward” • A steady experienced hand • Strong Mid Canterbury voice • Thriving sustainable communities • Responsible resource use • Simple regulatory processes 0274 542 554 john4ecan Authorised by John Sunckell, 100 Caldwells Road, Leeston HEAT PUMP SALE NOW ON! Amazin’ winter Specials!! • We will offer you the best quality brands and option of heat pump for your home/business • Providing Heat Pump solutions for over 14 years to Cantabrians • We personally guarantee all our products & installs for 5 years (providing annual maintenance has been completed) Phone us today for your free consultation & quote 41A SHAKESPEARE RD, WALTHAM PHONE 03 366 0525 “A local team for local people”

SELWYN TIMES Tuesday July 19 2016 13 MARKET DAY: Hundreds of children and caregivers turned up the Kidsfest Market Day held at the Lincoln Event Centre last week. Children from around the district set up tables and sold many different items, such as their old toys, books and hand-made goods and crafts. SELLING WITH A SMILE: Sarah Jamieson from Halswell displays all the items she is selling on her very full stand. MONEY MAKERS: Jackson Lambie and Charlie Lambie of Tai Tapu set up a stall, selling many items from pet rocks and toys to books and DVDs. A Rolleston man received a honorary membership for his local Lions Club. Rolleston New World Supermarket owner Roy Bridgman received a Lions Lloyd Morgan Honorary Membership, for outstanding service to the community. Mr Bridgman was presented with the award at a recent Lions meeting so the club could recognise and thank him for his hard work. The award is usually only given to Lions members for their service to the community. The fact Mr Bridgman received the award was out of the ordinary for the club. The award was established in 1979 to honour Lloyd Morgan as the first New Zealander to become president of Lions International. Rolleston and Districts Lions Club member Janice Butland presented Mr Bridgman the award for his willingness to assist the club with facilities ACHIEVERS Lions honour owner of Rolleston supermarket AWARD: Roy Bridgman (left) with Brian Whittington holding a certificate of recognition for work within the community and the support he has offered to the club. and supplies for many different projects over the past few years. “He had made it so much easier for the clubs members and benefited the community immensely,” she said. Mr Bridgman reluctantly received the award, which he was humbled to get and noted his motto of treating staff and other people well would mean the community would benefit from kindness being shared. Mr Bridgman also thanked the club president Alastair Judd for the recognition the club had given him. ASB Performing Arts Community Grants Isaac Theatre Royal & ASB supporting locally created performing arts in Canterbury. Sixteen grants have been awarded in the past year, would your organisation qualify this year? ASB Bank Limited 56140 15903D 0616