Kapiti Observer : May 26th 2011
9 THURSDAY, MAY 26, 2011 Central location 150m to Thermal Pools & Spa Complimentary wireless, DVD's and Broadband Quiet, spacious, self-contained studio, 1 bedroom, spa bath, 2 bedroom and access units Off-street carparking Phone 03 315 7224 FREEPHONE 0800 277 365 24 Jacks Pass Road, Hanmer Springs 7360 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.aspenlodgemotel.co.nz 3760182AA Welcome to Split Apple Lodge Nestled amongst 5 acres of bush and just 10 minutes from either beautiful Kaiteriteri Beach or the splendor of the Abel Tasman National Park. 3760203AA 370 Kaiteriteri -- Sandy Bay Road, Kaiteriteri, RD2 Motueka. Ph: 03 527 8502 • Cell: 027 439 4009 • email@example.com www.splitapplelodge.co .nz Spectacular views, exceptional tranquillity, unsurpassed luxury, comfort and facilities. Fantastic fishing, relaxing horse trekking -- and unforgettable natural sights and experiences -- right on your doorstep. - Absolutely stunning! Slice of Paradise Get-Aways Kaiteriteri Havelock North Christchurch Hanmer Great Winter 3760183AA 36 Riccarton Road, CHRISTCHURCH Reservations Freephone: 0800 456 736 • Ph: 03 348 8074 • Fax: 03 348 8177 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org • Web: www.lorenzomotorlodge.co.nz • Beautifully appointed studio, 1 & 2 bedroom suites • 2-min walk to Hagley Park, 7-min walk to Westfield Mall. Close to Christchurch and Women's Hospitals, CBS Canterbury Arena and city centre • Free Wifi broadband internet - good restaurants and cafés close by • LCD TV's and DVD's and some suites with double spa baths, balcony or courtyard • Quote 'Kapiti 2011' to receive a complimentary continental breakfast Superior ser vice 3760214AA ARATAKI MOTELS & HOLIDAY PARK 139 Arataki Road, Havelock North, Hawkes Bay Phone/Fax: 06 877 7479 E: email@example.com Celebrities 'helped' to beat youth team In the air: Kapiti basketball coach William Robinson tries to knock the ball out of Michael Forde's hands, while councillor Penny Gaylor watches on. Photo: JACKPENMANPHOTOGRAPHY.COM All smiles: Kapiti College students and celebrities came together after the match. By BEN STRANG About 100 people packed into the Kapiti College Gym on Saturday to watch Kapiti Youth take on a group of celebrities to kick off Youth Week on the Coast. Former All Black Paul Steinmetz, Mana MP Hekia Parata and Kapiti councillor Penny Gaylor all donned basket- ball shorts and singlets for the match, which raised money for the Christchurch earthquake appeal. Co-organiser and referee Angelo Robinson said it was a great day, which the celebrities won 59-54. We had some local celebrities but we also put in there some of the local Kapiti Basketball Associ- ation coaches to help them out a bit,'' Robinson said. They played a combination of Paraparaumu and Kapiti College students, the Kapiti under-17s, and other representative players from the area.'' Robinson said he decided to ref, and was more of a clown at times as he helped the celebrities out by getting in the way of the youth players. He said the crowd enjoyed the show. I was quite surprised because Paul [Steinmetz] has played a bit and he actually made some crucial baskets at the end there, and he is one helluva nice guy too.'' Ms Parata also impressed with her shooting ability. Once she made one she would make three, four, five in a row,'' he said. Youth Week organiser Mark Hammond said the event was a huge success . It had achieved the youth council's goals of pitting youth against adults in a fun set- ting.
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