8 Tuesday February 7 2017 SELWYN TIMES News Fashion Gardening SUMMER growing strong YOUR GUIDE TO SUMMER EVENTS IN SELWYN 2017 together in communities SummerinSelwyn SELWYN Music on the Green Pack a picnic and come along to your local green and be entertained by an outstanding line-up of talented local musicians. FREE! 12 February – 19 March 4.30-7pm Rolleston – Sunday 12 February Rolleston Reserve (behind library), Rolleston Drive Darfield – Sunday 26 February Darfield Domain, North Terrace Leeston – Sunday 12 March Leeston Park, Holley Street Lincoln – Sunday 19 March The Lincoln Green (behind library) Lyttelton Street See the ‘Summer in Selwyn’ Facebook page for line-up of local acts Motoring WORKING TOGETHER: Selwyn Youth Council members and Mayor Sam Broughton went zip-lining at Christchurch Adventure Park as a team building exercise. New youth council ready to roll Tasty Bites SELWYN’S NEW youth council has been appointed and its members are looking forward to advocating and working on behalf of the district’s young people. The new youth council includes four returning members from last year – Kusal Ekanayake (20, Springs Ward), Paige Money Sullivan (16, Selwyn Central Ward), Harrison Crossley (16, Springs Ward) and Ella McClure (17, Ellesmere Ward). New members are Georgia Watson (17, Malvern), Michelle Bruce (15, Malvern), Harry Mayo (16, Selwyn Central), Olivia Duder (14, Selwyn Central), Gabriel Clarke (16, Selwyn Central), Maria Mendoza-Nieto (15, Springs), Maisie Wood (16, Springs) and Katelyn Twiss (14, Ellesmere). Youth council members had a team building exercise when they visited Christchurch Adventure Park with Mayor Sam Broughton last week and took part in a zip-lining challenge. Next month they will visit the YMCA Wainui Park camp on Banks Peninsula for an orientation weekend. A chair for the youth council will be appointed by the group mid-year, with Kusal Ekanayake and Paige Sullivan acting as co-chairs until that time. New member Gabriel Clarke said it would be a privilege to help make Selwyn a community where youth could thrive and flourish. “New Zealand values its young people, and makes wonderful investments in youth. It’s up to us to respond pro-actively to the opportunities our community provides for us,” she said. “The voice of youth has so much to offer, and it’s my privilege to channel those ideas and energy.” Mr Broughton said the youth council was a reminder that Selwyn is full of great young people who are keen to contribute to the community. “I look forward to working with them and seeing them develop over the year,” Mr Broughton said. FLOORING OAK NATURAL - Prefinished scratch resistant lacquer 25 years warranty • Compatible with floor heating • 1 plank • Large groove • Lacquered • Marquant (vivid) • Matt NEW SHOWROOM OPEN! 3/954 FERRy ROad | CHRiStCHuRCH | tEl 03 943 2001 | WWW.gREENFlOORiNg.CO.Nz FEBRUARY SPECIAL SUPPLY ONLY Prefinished European White Oak Plank $90 per m 2 incl GST TRadING hOuRs: Tuesday to Thursday 8:30am to 5:30pm, Friday 8:30am to 5:00pm, Saturday 9:30am to 1:00pm, Sunday & Monday closed.
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