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Selwyn Times: October 03, 2017

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SELWYN TIMES Latest Christchurch news at Tuesday October 3 2017 15 SCHOOLS SPRINGSTON School will turn 150 next year and is looking for former pupils to share their memories. The school is planning to hold jubilee celebrations on October 19-21 next year to acknowledge the feat of longevity. It would like to hear from anyone who has been involved in the school and their stories. The school is asking where LONGEVITY: Springston School is planning to celebrate its 150th birthday next year. (Left) The school in the 1920s. Springston School calls on past pupils to celebrate 150 years past pupils are now, what they have achieved and if there is a special memory they have of their time at the school. The school opened in 1868. •For more information call the school’s principal Dianne Prendergast on 03 3295724 or email dianne. prendergast@springston. GOOD CAUSE: (Back row) Fleur Neil, Beth Walsh, Ancke Hurter, Holly Lockhart, Cabriana Earl, (front) Seamus Moran-Tanner, Aiden Bubbins-Kingma, Ryan Chambers, Reuben Ryan and Sam Jessep all got new hair cuts. Fleur Neil (right) also sacrificed her long hair to help support CanTeen. Lincoln students shave hair for cancer charity • By Georgia O’Connor-Harding LINCOLN HIGH School students have chopped off their locks for a good cause. More than $2000 was raised to support CanTeen with 10 students shaving and cutting off their hair recently. A total of $2500 was raised from the event organised by students Nicole Spriggs and Maisie Wood, who are the coheads of the services’ council. It was the first year a student had a pony tail cut off as well as a head shave. Assistant principal Kylie Wissel said it worked well for the girls as the hair will be used to make wigs. The event also featured the annual Wrath of the Wax where the school’s first XV rugby team went against the first XI football team to see which could raise the most money for the cause. The losing team was waxed by the winning team. The event was attended by a representative from CanTeen. Dedication balloons, organised by Maisie and Nicole, were made available to students to purchase for $2 to dedicate to someone struggling with cancer. But due to the weather, the students have held off releasing the balloons into the sky until next term. A PERFECT FIT! A purpose-designed plan to suit your lifestyle - for LESS than a standard plan! The Owners and team of Onyx Homes are quite simply some of the best and most experienced people in the industry. It’s through this experience that Onyx Homes bring to their customers a better standard of home that is less than the standard plan built homes of their competitors. Onyx Homes believes everyone is unique, so why settle for a standard plan when you can have a purposed designed plan to suit your exact lifestyle and for less than a standard plan? A PERFECT FIT! You only deal with the owners so NO sales fees, royalty fees or top heavy overheads added to your costfile Onyx Homes is the ONLY Company in the market that fully disclose their cost file to prove and ensure best price and quality. | Phone 03 928 1505 Find us on Facebook