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Selwyn Times: December 13, 2016

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28 Tuesday December 13 2016 SELWYN TIMES Caitlin M Frazer – Third in mathematics statistics, the Pearson Family Cup and Rosanowski family prize for geography; Amy Bruce – Third in design and visual communication, the DHS prize for science; Cameron Ellis – Third in engineering, the Business Distributors Ltd prize and Federated Farmers Trophy for excellence in employment skills; Fergus Thomas – Third in geography, the Rural Women New Zealand prize for business studies; Holly Kimber – Third in drama, the Business Distributors Ltd prize for music; Stephanee Lomas – Third in digital technologies, the Courtenay A&P Association prize for home economics; Rachel Phillipson – Third in mathematics statistics, third in chemistry, the Carus and Resene prize for biology; Matthew Grigg – Second in engineering, the Carus and Resene prize for physical education; Sean Pennells – Second in geography, the Business Distributors Ltd prize for mathematics statistics; Georgia Cottrell – Second in economics, second in business studies, the Logan Friedman Trophy and Business Distributors Ltd prize for year 12 history; Sophie Bucknell – The Rachel Ridgen Memorial Cup and Business Distributors Ltd prize for English, the Business Distributors Ltd prize for French; Sacha Smith – Third in art, second in employment skills, the Business Distributors Ltd prize for furniture making, the Malvern Federated Farmers’ Neil Stott Memorial Trophy and prize for outstanding performance in class and practical work in rural college studies; Caitlin Soal – The Business Distributors Ltd prize for computer programming, the Mc- Donald and Horton Architects Ltd prize for design and visual communication, the Business Distributors Ltd prize for digital technologies; Samuel Roper – Second in computer programming, the Business Distributors Ltd prize for physics, economics, the Trevor Wall Design prize for mathematics calculus. Year 13 subject prizes Andrew Hennessy – Third in outdoor education; Emily de Rooy – Third in history; Grace Lemon – Third in physical education; Liam Hindle – Third in digital technologies; Anna Hurst – Second in economics; Chloe Walker – Second in home economics; Fern Stuart – Second in business studies; Kaitlin Feast – Second in physical education; Harry Barrett-Power – Second in outdoor education; Marmik Patel – Second in engineering; Kyla Higgins – Third in drama, second in media studies; Alice Bradley – Second in classical studies, design and visual communication; Jaewoo Lee – Second in English for speakers of other languages, music; Lucy Wilson – Second in history, science; Mariah Glasson – Third in science, economics, home economics, second in rural college; Johanna Basevi – Third in physics, calculus, second in mathematics statistics, chemistry; Caitlin Thistoll – The Class of 1954 Trophy and the Carus and Resene prize for outstanding performance in class and practical work in rural college studies; Callum Freer – The WELL DONE: Natasha Young (left) received, among other awards, the MKB Buchart Cup for year 11 public speaking. Meanwhile, Ellen Walters took home the University of Otago performance entrance and vice-chancellor’s scholarship as well as a music award. Business Distributors Ltd prize for engineering; Ellen Walters – The Business Distributors Ltd prize for music; Hitomi Kaneko – The Carus and Resene prize for English for speakers of other languages; Maddie Tasker – The Darfield High School Parent Teacher Student Association prize for history; Olivia McEwan – The Business Distributors Ltd prize for business studies; Samuel Dalley – The National Trade Academy Cup and Carus and Resene prize for excellence in practical assessments in rural college; Aidan Tuhill – Third in art, the Taege’s Foodcentre prize for media studies; Chloe Fraser – Third in English, the Torlesse Travel Ltd prize for digital technologies; Courtney Townsend – Third in geography, the Torlesse Travel Ltd Cup for economics; Olivia Shinn – Third in rural college, the Mitre 10 Mega prize for home economics; Bailey Campbell – Second in drama, the Darfield Pharmacy prize for outdoor education; Edward Searle – Second in physics, the Carus and Resene prize for geography; Kathryn Barnhill – Third in mathematics statistics, second in biology, the Torlesse Travel Ltd prize for French; Jasmine Nash – Third in classical studies, design and visual communication, second in digital technologies, the Malvern Community Arts Council prize for drama; Emma Grigg – Third in physics, chemistry, biology, second in English, the Business Distributors Ltd prize for mathematics calculus; Selina Dixon – Third in music, the Helen Moore Trophy and the Trevor Wall Design prize for excellence in art/painting in the senior school, the Business Distributors Ltd prize for science; Alexis Sutherland – Second in art, Mr Bruce Smart’s prize for classical studies, the Trevor Wall Design prize for design and visual communication; Lilian Stott – Second in calculus, Mrs Eleanor Smart’s prize for English, the PWA Griffin prize for physics, the Rosanowski family prize for chemistry, the Darfield ITM prize for biology; Michael Ridgen – Second in geography, the Darfield High School Parent Teacher Student Association prize for mathematics statistics, the Business Distributors Ltd prize for physical education. Colour and letters Blue Courtney Townsend – Equestrian; William Benbow – Target shooting; Brogan Baldwin – Target shooting; Hunter Benbow – Target shooting; Rosa Millar – Equestrian; Lily Barrett-Power – Equestrian; Niamh Rayne – Equestrian; Kerryn Tomlinson – Pony trots; Adam Walker – Drama; Ellen Walters – Music; Camille Malincon – Volleyball. A CHRISTMAS GIFT FROM US Just spend $75 to receive a free $25 Gift Card* Simply spend $75 or more between 5pm and 7pm from 17-23 December & receive one of fifty $25 gift cards* given away each evening! Conditions Apply* HORNBY 409 Main South Road | Over 50 Stores *One gift card per customer. *Receipts are only valid for a free gift card for the day they are dated. Excludes purchase of Gift Cards. Limited to the first 50 customers per day from 5pm. dress-smart.co.nz

SELWYN TIMES Tuesday December 13 2016 29 Letters Karta Hewitt – Netball; Michael Ridgen – Hockey; Kyla Higgins – Artistic gymnastics; Caitlin Thistoll – Athletics; Kaitlin Feast – Equestrian; Hannah Glassey – Netball; Georgia Shinn – Cross country; Laura McLean – Equestrian endurance; Brooke McKay – Hockey; Ged Roessink – Rugby; Caleb Banks – Drama; Jodie Rollings – Drama; Hunter Benbow – Music. Colours Grace Lemon – Aerobics. Sports awards Georgia Shinn – The Darfield High School Cup for intermediate girls’ cross country champion; Harry Bampton – The Darfield High School Cup for intermediate boys’ cross country champion; Karta Hewitt – The Staff Rose Bowl for senior girls’ cross country champion; Isaac Proud – The Mr CS Ell Cup for senior boys’ cross country champion; Harry Bampton – The Diane Baird Trophy for intermediate boys’ swimming champion; Holly Kimber – The Skinner Cup for senior girls’ swimming champion; Aidan Tuhill – The Coley Cup for senior boys’ swimming champion; Pippa Foster – The David Baird Trophy for intermediate girls’ athletics champion; Harry Bampton – The David Baird Trophy for intermediate boys’ athletics champion; Karta Hewitt – The Cup for senior girls’ athletics champion; Isaac Proud – The Charles Family Cup for senior boys’ athletics champion; Jessica Osborne – The Trophy for senior girls’ individual triathlon champion; Caleb Banks – The Neil Thomas Cup for the best off the field contribution in any sport or recreation; Grace Lemon – The Roach-Wilson Trophy for the sportsperson of the year for excellence and contribution. Cultural awards Natasha Young – The T&H Drama Trophy for an emerging talent who demonstrates initiative and enthusiasm at year 11; Adam Walker – The Kirwee Players’ Trophy for contribution to drama in years 12/13, colours for drama; Jasmine Nash – Senior Drama Trophy; Alexis Sutherland – The Carran Cooke Cup for best performance in a school production; Hitomi Kaneko – The Darfield High School award for the international student who participates most fully in the life of the school; Wei Jingyan – The Darfield High School award for the international student who achieves the greatest academic progress in a language other than their native tongue; Honoka Kurata – The Darfield High School award for the international student who shows consistent effort and application across all subjects; Selina Dixon – The Lorraine Jacobs award and Carus and Resene prize for the student who has shown outstanding effort in senior art; Alexis Sutherland – The Malvern Community Arts Council prize and the Jessica Penn Clark memorial art award for the senior art student with the most potential; Esther Blain – The UP AND COMING: Rachael Phillipson (left) was the top student in year 12 and Niamh Rayne was the top year 11 student, Hatton Cup for excellence in correspondence; Emma Grigg – The Lilly Cup for services to the Darfield High School Library; Emily de Rooy – The Stage Challenge Trophy for performing arts; Natasha Young – The MKB Buchart Cup for year 11 public speaking, the Jebson Trophy for the best public speaker years 7-13; Sophie Bucknell – The Avery Cup for public speaking in year 12; Lilian Stott – The J Paul Cup for public speaking in year 13; Jaewoo Lee – The Malvern Community Arts Council metronome for the most promising instrumentalist; Holly Kimber – The Grenell Family Trophy for best performer of contemporary music, the Robin Randall Trophy for outstanding vocalist at the Southern Jam Youth Festival; Selina Dixon – The Hayes Trophy for the most improved music student in the senior school; Ellen Walters – The Malvern Community Arts Council prize for the best contribution to school music, colours for music. THE PLAYHOUSE CHALLENGE Tenants Protection Association (TPA) Christchurch, Birthright Canterbury, and Star Media are proud to present Canterbury’s first ever ‘Playhouse Challenge.’ The competition will see some of our top architects and building teams compete against each other to build Canterbury’s best playhouse and receive an award for ‘Best Architectural Playhouse’ or the ‘People’s Choice’. The best five playhouses will be judged by an expert panel and members of the public attending the 2017 Star Home & Leisure Show. The playhouses will be on display at the Show from 30 June until 2 July, where they will also be auctioned. Proceeds from the auction will be shared between TPA and Birthright Canterbury to support their ongoing work in the community. Send in Your Expression of Interest If you think you are up for the challenge of building Canterbury’s best playhouse, please submit an Expression of Interest by 5pm on 22 December. Visit birthrightchch.org.nz or tpa.org.nz If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Di Harwood at TPA on (03) 379-2297. new years eve join the party! saturday 31 december, 6.30pm – 12.30am North Hagley Park by Victoria Lake Enjoy kids entertainment with Natural Magic and Christchurch Faerie Circle, Kids DJ, local band Better than Bacon and a “kids midnight” countdown at 8.30pm. From 9pm come party with DJ Andy Pulzar, Black Velvet Band, The Easy Hearts and Piper bringing you into the New Year with the midnight fireworks display. summertimes.co.nz Proudly produced by & Home Leisure SHOW