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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2011
2008 TERRITORY SY TX
4lt petrol, 6 speed auto
tiptronic, 7 seater, alloy wheels,
Power windows and mirrors,
Air con, All wheel drive.
2010 FORD FALCON XR6
Alloy wheels, Bluetooth, 4lt
petrol engine, 6 speed tiptronic
transmission. This vehicle
looks stunning black.
Great low ks
2005 XR8 UTE
Boss 260 Engine, Tiptronic auto, 18"
alloy wheels, Tinted windows,
2003 TOYOTA RAV 4
2.4 petrol, Manual 5 speed,
3 door, Power window,
CD player, Hands free phone,
Alloy wheels, Nudge bar.
4lt petrol, auto, Dual climate air,
alloy wheels, Power window and mirrors,
Luxury at its best in a quality safe sedan
2.5L diesel turbo,
5 speed manual, Tuff deck,
17" alloy wheels,
Good condition all round.
2009 FALCON FG XR6
6 speed auto tiptronic,4lt,
Factory body kit, Current
model at a great price.
2010 FORD RANGER XLT
3lt turbo diesel, manual, 4x4,
tinted window, hard lid, sports bar,
bonnet guard, tow bar great low ks
2006 FORD FALCON BF XR6
4lt petrol engine, 6 speed auto,
cruise control, traction control,
tow bar, alloy wheels.
Very well presented vehicle
2008 TERRITORY TURBO
4.0L petrol turbo, 6 speed
auto, All wheel drive, tinted
windows, Full leather,
Factory tow bar.
2010 FORD RANGER 4X4
Auto 3.0lt Diesel, auto
transmission, Double cab,
wellside, tow bar tauno
cover, tuff deck Great
condition just like new.
2002 FORD COURIER FLATDECK
2.5 Petrol engine, Manual
transmission, Tow bar, lock
box, vinyl floors, bench seat.
Great for the tradesman
or on the farm.
Nathan 021 393 338
Courtesy Ford Feilding
2007 MONDEO SEDAN
2.3 petrol, 6 speed auto tiptronic,
Cruise control, Air con, 5 star safety
rating, This vehicle has everything you
can think of in its comfortable interior
and a great amont of boot space
2006 COURIER XLT
2.5 turbo diesel, Manual 5 speed
gearbox, Double cab, Canopy with
side opening windows, Tuff deck,
Power windows and mirrors
Air con, CD player, Alloy wheels.
2009 FALCON FG XR6
6 speed auto, 4.0L petrol,
Factory body kit,
Current shape XR6.
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Hair is big fundraiser
Haircut: When Jessica Maxwell, back, was two, she was diagnosed with
leukaemia and underwent years of treatment. To raise money for the Child
Cancer Foundation, her father Craig has let his hair grow and sought
sponsorship to have it cut.
Photo: BOBBIE NICHOLLS
By BOBBIE NICHOLLS
Most children are chastised for
taking scissors to another s hair, but
last week Rongotea schoolchildren
were encouraged to cut a lock from
the head of their classmate s dad.
Farm manager Craig Maxwell,
whose three daughters have all
attended Rongotea School and
whose wife Catherine is teacher
aide there and vice chairperson of
the board of trustees, has raised
nearly $3000 for Child Cancer
Foundation this year by letting his
bushy beard and hair be shaved off.
The Maxwell family know what it
is like to live with childhood cancer.
Youngest daughter Jessica was a
happy toddler when she developed a
limp and was diagnosed with leu-
kaemia. Years of treatment followed
in both Wellington and Palmerston
North hospitals and she is now
officially in remission.
They won t pronounce her free of
leukaemia until she is 18 or 20. But
she hasn t had any symptoms since
her treatment stopped, Mrs Max-
In order to raise money, Mr Max-
well seeks sponsorship to have his
hair and beard shaved off.
If you have lemons you make
lemonade, he said. I have very fast
growing hair, so I am using that to
make money for the charity.
Having sought sponsorship and
donations for seven years from
friends and businesses, he says they
now anticipate his request and are
generous. He goes to the school to
have the shave so the children who
have donated can participate.
Over the next couple of weeks I
visit all my sponsors to demonstrate
I went through with the shave.
The only trouble is, after two
days I have a Don Johnson stubble,
so I have to shave again.
Otherwise, they don t believe I
had a proper shave.
This year he has raised $2970 and
hopes to make it to $3000.
Newly shorn: Annie Webster, centre, with Chanell Seal and Ayden Harris raising
money for Child Cancer Foundation.
Photo: KHALI WAGHORN
Bold move for a cause
By KHALI WAGHORN
Fifteen-year-old Feilding High
School student Annie Webster is the
latest to have her crowing glory
shaved to support Child Cancer
At E-Clipz Hair in Feilding on
Monday, December 12 her currently
blond locks were shaved in a less
My hair is my signature, it used
cut to my shoulders in the middle of
last year, she said.
Four weeks ago, Annie and her
band, The Impediments who are
all FHS students, the eldest 16,
played a Child Cancer fundraising
concert at Ohakea Air Force Base.
The band members were so
impressed by the two youngsters
they met -- a 2-year-old and a
5-year-old with nine long necklaces
of treatment beads signifying the
number of treatments she had
received to treat cancer, two of the
boys had their heads shaved on the
night -- raising about $60 each.
I wanted to do more, so I put my
name on the Shave your lid for a
Brave kid website and went around
my friends asking for donations. I
felt so strongly about the cause I
had no trouble asking for
donations, she said.
She raised $1400 for the Child
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