Mainland Series gets off to strong start
FRESH Focus: Colin Davis speaking about ‘‘Tips for Staying Mentally Active’’ on Mon, June 12, 10 to 11 am, at Elim Hall 625 Main Road Stoke. Everyone welcome. Entry $2. Ph 539-1108.
DIABETES Motueka: support group next meeting Wednesday, June 14, 10am at the hospital community room Courtney Street Motueka
SPCA Motueka: Do you really care about your cat. Have it de sexed now to have a healthier and happier cat and not unwanted litters. Call 526 8282 for an up to 100% voucher. ALCOHOLICS Anonymous : is alcohol causing problems for you in your life? want to stop drinking but cant? maybe we can help. support meetings every day. ring 0800aaworks 0800 229 6757 FOOD, is it a problem for you: Are you suffering from anorexia, bulimia, obesity and/or compulsive eating? Overeaters Anonymous works. Ph 0226730237. Meetings held weekly. AL ANON: Family Groups: confidential support for those affected by someone else’s drinking. Meetings Mon 7pm Tahunanui Library, Fri Noon 30 Nile St. Nelson; Wed 5.15pm 62 Oxford St. Richmond. Ph 0508425266’’.
NELSON Asthma Society: check out the new My Asthma App for respiratory sufferers to help effectively self-manage your respiratory health over winter. Be active, smoke-free ph 5441562 for support.
MORRIS Dancing: ‘‘Give it a Go Day’’ with Ragged Crow. June 10, at Trafalgar Street Hall, Nelson. 10am till 1pm. Ph Polly 027 6374851
WAIMEA Tramping Club: Sunday June 11, Belgrove and Spooners Tunnel, easy, Ph Jo 544 7038. Saturday June 17, Grampians, easy, Ph Alison, 545 8399.
NELSON Veteran’s Tennis Club: are holding their AGM Sunday, June 11 at Hope tennis club .social tennis at 1 pm AGM at 3 pm. Ph Leona Ellis The Nelson Motorcycle Centre’s Mainland series hosted by the Top of the South VMX club got under way on the 28th of May at Lake Station St Arnaud with a very good turnout of riders.
The Mid-Bore class was dominated by Steve Lange who won all three races leaving Pete Guthrie and Ross Troughton to
NELSON Tramping Club invites you: June 12, Club Night, Nelson Intermediate School. Guest speaker Nina Dickerhoff. Details www.http:/ /nelsontrampingclub.org.nz NELSON 50+ Mini Walkers: June 13, Malvern Hills. Meet at 10.30am at Miyazu Gardens. Ph. Jenny, 542 3136. BRAND NEW: Smarts steps to business programme. FREE and FUN! Wednesday evenings. 20 weeks. Test your business idea. Information session: Wednesday, June 14 at 6pm Register at www.barbicantc.com or Ph Barbican 03 547 6138
NELSON 50+ Walking Group:
June 15, Todd Valley. 9.30am start. Ph. Jeff or Sandra, 545 9180
PE´ TANQUE: play or spectate. A great social game. Join in the fun. Ph. Roger or Shirley, 5466562. MOTUEKA 50+ Walkers: Walks on June 15, 9am Takaka Walkway Grps1&2 Full circuit anticlk(M3) –Grp3 fight for 2nd but in the 2nd race Ross took a tumble to DNF which left Tom Matthews to take third for the day.
The Juniors was a domination by Hunter Griffith winning all six races by a big margin leaving the rest to fight it out for the other places.
Ashton Oliver in his first VMX
Short cut Clkwise(M1) 0930hrs Richmond Ramble park Saxton Field Info email@example.com meeting put on a show winning all three races in the Small-Bore class by a good margin leaving Steve Lange and Craig Furness to fight for second.
Steve claimed second place and Craig came in third.
The club are running a raffle for a set of tyres donated by the Nelson Motorcycle centre over the
SPORT Tasman: is running morning classes at Saxton Stadium. We have Saxton HIIT on Mon-WedFri, three rounds of the Mainland series.
Proceeds from the raffle will be donated to the Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter Trust. Round 2 of the Mainland Series on the 18th of June at 205 TadmorGlenhope Rd Tapawera. For more info see www.sporty.co.nz/ totsvmx
9:15am. Also Seniors Walking group on Tue+Thurs, 9:30am. Ph 03-5380072
Hunter Griffith styling it up on his Honda.