8 Wednesday May 16 2018 Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi SELWYN TIMES You bring the dream, we’ll bring the How To. ADVERTORIAL New pupils •If your child has started school recently, send their picture to emily. email@example.com With Canterbury experiencing a hot summer after the wettest winter on record, our weather has certainly been extreme. However, brave Cantabrians, with verandas and adjustable louvres from Stratco on our side, we can take back control of our unpredictable elements. Steve Cain, Outdoor Product Specialist at Stratco, is passionate about their verandas and electronic louvre systems “they add great value to a home, families get so much more use from their outdoors, and the real estate market recognises that value as well”. Steve says adding an adjustable louvre system allows you to control exactly how much sunlight and breeze in, and protect from rain as well. Custom made to suit your requirements and powder coated to any colour, the louvre comes standard with an electronic remote control as well as a rain sensor which gives you huge flexibility on how to use the system. The verandas are Stratco’s own unique leading edge design and componentry. Steve is pleased to be able to offer a bespoke veranda at the same price as a standard product, because Stratco has the design tools that enable the veranda to be custom-designed to your size, layout, and attachment requirements. The process is simple: Steve will talk through the possibilities with you and then measure and quote, which is free with no obligation. Stratco then designs, manufactures, and installs the verandas and louvres themselves. It’s a one-stop-shop, with all the project management and heavy lifting taken care of, leaving you hands free to thumb your nose at our climate chaos. For a quote phone Steve Cain on 021 374 420. SCHOOLS Freya has recently started at Darfield Primary School in the new entrants room and joins her brother Leon at the school. Victoria and Elizabeth have recently moved to Selwyn and started at Darfield Primary School this term. EJ and KT have moved to the district from the Philippines and started at Darfield Primary School. GOLD CARD LUNCHES MON - FRI Woodfired Pizzas / Full Menu • $20 Pizzas Mon / Tues • $7 Beers 4-6pm Every day • Gaming Room • Tues Quiz Nights • $15 Burgers Wed • Chill Out Guitar Session Thurs 7-9pm • $15 Curry Thurs / Fri • Takeaways Available • Open 7 days Coffee/Lunch/Dinner Open 11.30am Mon-Sat | Ph 03 421 6481 Sunday Breakfast from 9am West Melton Village, Weedons Ross Road www.twofatpossums.co.nz Courtesy Van available
SELWYN TIMES Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi Wednesday May 16 2018 9 Whanau battle at Rolleston College Will you be our Rolleston College students competed in tug of war as part of the school’s whanau competition. Each whanau battles against one another in sporting, cultural, citizenship and arts-based activities to gain whanau points. The whanau names – Raumati, Hotoke, Ngahuru and Koanga – represent the four seasons. The year 10 tug of war competition was won by Raumati and the year 9 competition by Ngahuru. Sweet spell of success for Darfield pupils Darfield Primary School’s Charli, Liam, teacher Mrs Cooper, Skye and Charles won the Malvern Spelling Bee last Thursday. SEE INSTORE FOR DETAILS Wattie’s Baked Beans or Spaghetti 420g (excludes Meat and Flavours)$ 1 69 ea Nescafe Coffee 90-110g $ 5 99 ea BUY SELECTED PRODUCTS TO ENTER THIS WEEKS PRIZE DRAW! Wattie’s Very Special Soup 535g $ 3 29 ea Nescafe CafE Menu 10 Pack $ 7 99 pk Verkerks Salami 75-100g $ 3 49 ea ETA Ripple Cut Chips 150g ANY 2 FOR $ 3 49 Pams Finest Cookies 300g $ 3 69 ea Uncle Ben’s Express Rice 250g $ 2 49 ea www.foursquare.co.nz facebook.com/FourSquareNZ Specials available South Island only from Monday 14th May until Sunday 20th May 2018 or while stocks last. Wine and beer available at stores with an off licence. Wine and beer purchases restricted to persons aged 18 years old and over.