Smithy's Noticeboard Community

Dave Smith aka Smithy is the Big Boss of the Glenorchy Motors - where our PO Boxes are located and also it is the home of our village's NOTICE BOARD. So this is the online version of Smithy's Noticeboard. 
We encourage everyone to use it - these classifieds go miles!

To send your classifieds for publishing please use contact@glenorchycommunity.nz

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CHRISTMAS POTLUCK LUNCH

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ORGAN FOR SALE

The Museum group is looking for a home for one of its vintage organs.

It is presently in the hallway by the medical rooms and is surplus to requirements, as we have three of them.

Please make an offer. It looks in fairly sad condition.

We will advertise on trade me if no one local wants it.

Contact thor.corrine@xtra.co.nz

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DOES GY NEED A NEW EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION CENTRE?

Due to the growing demands of parenting in Glenorchy and the population dynamics changing as they are, Glenorchy playgroup is considering moving away from the current ‘playgroup’ model where parents bring along their children and stay with them on Monday and Thursday mornings and opening up a community based Early Childhood Education (ECE) facility. We are hoping to incorporate our local Glenorchy values and keep the support up for new parents and caregivers as well as enabling families that need it, full time care for their preschool children.
Currently the only options for ‘daycare’ is a single ‘In home care’ business which can only take a small number of children (and she is fully booked with a large waiting list!) or driving to a Queenstown ECE provider which doesn’t help the growing number of people who want to live and work in Glenorchy.
So we are going to embark on the rather arduous task of raising funds and building a new purpose built ECE facility at the current premises. The current building is not really in a state to be upgraded to Ministry of Education standards for ECE so we will remove that building and start fresh.
How this facility will be designed, what philosophy will be its backbone and what structure the management will take is going to take some work to figure out and right from the outset we want the communities help. If you feel you have something to add in terms of design or function we would love to hear from you. Equally, if there are things you would hate to see incorporated into this new facility we want to hear that too. To do this we will be holding several drop in style sessions for everyone who wants to have their say or voice concerns or has big dreams and ideas for us. We hope to collate the feedback into a design brief for an architect who can then go and draw up some concept plans for us which we can then come back to the community with.
So we will be having one session on Friday 6th December 10-12pm and one on Sunday 8th December 3-5pm at the Playgroup room (behind the school pool). All are welcome.
If you have strong views you would like considered and can’t make one of these sessions, feel free to send us an email (glenorchyplaygroup@gmail.com) or give Christina a call (021655735) before 10th December. 
Thanks for your time.

Christina Lister 

Glenorchy ECE project

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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS - GY ART SOCIETY ZINE

Kia Ora,

Dear fellow crafters and artists, 

We are very excited to open our trunks and mail boxes to your ideas and articles! 

The theme of this edition is "TREES AND WOOD". 

All details in the enclosed pdf, deadline is 10th of December!

Please send emails, pigeons, smoke messages or give me a call if you have any questions,

Cheers,

The GY Art Society

Maxence

02040702266

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SIT Queenstown Multicultural Festival

International and domestic students from the Southern Institute of Technology’s Queenstown campus have organised a multicultural event for early December.

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CHURCH NOTICE

Sunday 24 November church service will be at 4.30 pm.
This is later than the usual time to fit in with the Village Fair.
It's an Anglican service and every one is welcome.

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MRS WOOLLY’S CHRISTMAS FOOD ORDERS – Get a FREE Pavlova

We are now taking orders for Christmas Food

This year we have a wide food selection including delicious meats, BBQ pack, fresh seafood, salads, sauces, antipasti and traditional sweet treats. Check out our new online store to find out what’s in the menu and place your order. Alternatively, come on in and order at the counter.

https://mrswoollysgeneralstore.nz/

Spend $100 on Christmas Food orders online until 30 November and you will receive a FREE Pavlova* full of Christmas cheer when you pick up your order! Simply add this to your basket and it will be discounted off your total order. *T&C’s apply.

All orders must be in by Saturday 7 December. Your order will be ready for collection in-store from 11am to 4pm Christmas Eve (24 December).

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STALL HOLDERS WANTED

Mrs Woolly is having a Market Day and pre-Christmas celebration

Sunday 1st December, there will be live music, market stalls, reopening of the food truck and some great deals.

We still have a few spots available for stallholders, so if you would like to set up a stall to sell your arts, crafts, fruit & veggie from your garden, etc, please get in touch with Luana:  luana@theheadwaters.co.nz.

It is free to set up a stall! Flick us an email for more details.

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WANTED: MOTOR CYCLE LESSONS

Looking for someone who owns a farm (not necessarily) and a motorcycle to teach me how to ride so that I can get my licence.

Happy to pay for lessons. 

Please contact Beau on 027 344 8860 or beaucorvell@gmail.com 

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COUCH FOR SALE

2 seater couch for sale

Please contact Lesley 027 4609783 with an offer.

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CAREGIVERS NEEDED

Can you provide a stable and loving environment for tamariki until it’s safe for them to return home?

All children need a place where they can feel at home with their wider whānau or caregivers. Those who can give them aroha, a place of belonging and connection with family, whakapapa and culture

Caregiving can be hard at times but the rewards can be amazing. Your aroha can make all the difference.

For more information about becoming an Oranga Tamariki caregiver, please get in touch anytime on:

 

0508 CARERS (0508 227377)  www.orangatamariki.govt.nz

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WANTED - OLD BLUE RECYCLING BINS

Old blue recycling bins wanted

They make a great nursery for a broody hen


Contact Joanna 0220 73 2201, or joanna.ibell.lakes@gmail.com