Waihi Leader - - News - By WENDY SHAVE

Shave for a Cure

Join us as we watch many brave souls with big hearts shave their locks in sup­port of Leukemia & Blood Cancer New Zealand at the Waihi Col­lege Hall on Septem­ber 20 at 6.30pm (doors open 6.15pm). Come along with a gold coin, have fun and show your sup­port for this great cause. Go to www.shave­foracure.co.nz and search Waihi Col­lege in the teams sec­tion to do­nate. Some of our tal­ented mu­sic stu­dents will also be per­form­ing so it will be a great com­mu­nity event. If we can raise our goal amount of $3000, Mr Cochrane has promised he will let the stu­dents colour and cut his hair at school dur­ing the week — that’s to­tally worth a do­na­tion.

Tal­ent Quest

Col­lege stu­dents are au­di­tion­ing up for the up­com­ing Tal­ent Quest which on Septem­ber 26. This event is al­ways a hit and a heap of fun and this year will be no ex­cep­tion. Sur­prises, spot prizes and of course tal­ent in spades . . . Come along and join us as we wit­ness the tal­ent un­fold. Gold coin en­try at the door.

Art for peace

Some of our art stu­dents were at Waihi East School re­cently get­ting the kids to help them with the up­com­ing project for Ar­mistice week called Peace Wings. The kids worked to­gether paint­ing wooden feath­ers in hon­our of the sol­diers who went to war. The fin­ished project will be dis­played in the shape of wings at the Pump House for two months start­ing in Novem­ber. Pop along, take a photo, and send your best one to wendys@wai­hicol.school.nz if you’d like it added to our Face­book page.


The Peace Wings project.

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