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SHORT AND SHARP
100 years young
Central Otago woman Rita Gustafson
(pictured) celebrated her 100th birthday
this month. Daughter Noeline Watson,
of Cromwell, said her mum was born on
a farm in Tarras and lived in Cromwell
for 30 years before moving to Dunedin
with her second husband. She was an
accomplished pianist in her day and
played for a variety of organisations.
She now lives at the Wakatipu Rest
Home in Frankton.
Award for aspiring nurse
When Roxburgh girl Samantha Grice
(pictured) was just 12 years old, she
decided she wanted to be a nurse. Six
years later she is getting closer to
fulfilling that dream with the
presentation of her Grand Prior Award
in Roxburgh. Her 12 gold level badges to
achieve the award include ICT, camping,
road safety, the history of St John, drill,
environment, water safety,
communication and community
awareness as well as the caregivers,
health care and her favourite, first aid.
A Volunteer Expo will be hosted by
Cromwell Resource Centre and
Volunteering Central on Saturday,
November 3, from 11am to 3pm. This
free community event to be held at the
Cromwell Memorial Hall is designed to
encourage younger people to volunteer
and will showcase volunteering
opportunities in Cromwell with about 20
groups involved so far.
High country bike ride
The High Country Adventure Ride will
take place on Waikerikeri Station from
9am on Saturday. It costs $25 for the
35km adventure course and $25 for the
17km family course.
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It means an awful lot'
it could have been a hole-in-one.
''I screamed so loud my husband could
hear me across the fairway,'' she said.
And then the tears started to flow.
''I just couldn't believe it. I'm still in
shock. It's the ultimate goal,''
''It means an awful lot to me,'' Allison
Her mother was also a keen golfer and
had scored about five hole-in-ones in her
lifetime, she said.
On the separate days of the pair's shots
the wind had been ''howling''.
Both celebrated their victories with a
drink at the club house.
They will be presented with their
mounted hole-in-one balls and a special
badge at the club's prizegiving next
Wow! What a huge response to
our giveaway of High Country
Legacy: Four Generations of
Aspinalls at Mt Aspiring Station.
Congratulations to winners Len-
ore Strang of Wanaka and Melissa
Chambers of Cromwell.
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For the latest weather information,
including Weather Warnings
Thursday November 1
morning min 10
max 25 morning min 7
High cloud increasing, brief rain
possible. Northwesterlies for
Friday November 2
morning min 11
max 21 morning min 9
High cloud, brief rain possible.
Winds mainly light.
Saturday November 3
morning min 7
max 16 morning min 7
Increasing fine spells. Light
Sunday November 4
morning min 5
max 11 morning min 5
Mainly fine, morning frosts.
Meteorological Service of NZ Limited 2012
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