Fan­tasy Cave is a win­ner in awards

Bush Telegraph - - EXPLORE PAHIATUA - By DAVE MUR­DOCH

ac­cord­ing to Cave Dweller Mal­colm Pef­fers.

Tararua re­ceived a num­ber of awards from its 26 en­tries in the Septem­ber cer­e­mony which was shared with Manawatu¯ and Whanganui. They were Dan­nevirke St John Cadets, Pahiatua Toy Li­brary, Tararua Rid­ing For the Dis­abled and NZ Pa­cific Stu­dio Inc.

One of the many vis­i­tors over the hol­i­days was Wil­liam Wal­lace (Gary) who was raised in Dan­nevirke. Re­turn­ing from Auck­land to visit his mum, Wil­liam vis­ited the Fan­tasy Cave twice with chil­dren Noah and Mila, bring­ing col­league at Unitec School of Per­form­ing and Screen Arts Palo Araus and daugh­ter Leyla.

Wil­liam launched a suc­cess­ful act­ing ca­reer played many roles in­clud­ing in Short­land Street . He also teaches act­ing at Unitec.

Ex-Dan­nevirke man Wil­liam Wal­lace (Gary) re­unites with the Fan­tasy Cave on Tues­day, bring­ing his fam­ily from Auck­land, Noah and Mila, with friend Pablo Araus and his daugh­ter Leyla.

On the job Mal­colm and Sylvia Pef­fers with Liz Ed­wards happy to dis­play the tro­phies for win­ning the Trust­power Tararua Supreme Com­mu­nity Award in Septem­ber.

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