ROADSIDE ENHANCEMENT AT TAPANUI

The West Otago Lions recently received 200 donated Kowhai trees

which they are planting on Whisky Gully Road and Knowles Road


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PETE'S DRAGON FILM SHOOT - April 2015

To see how Tapanui was transformed into the forestry town of Millhaven,

go to www.millhaven.nz

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RIBBONWOOD COUNTRY HOME


Now open - anyone interested in becoming a resident of this great new facility

contact Marianne Parks phone 03 204 8668

or go to Ribbonwood Country Home

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Scarecrow Competition

Sue Brooke (from The Garden Gate) with the support of TWO Promotions, organised a scarecrow competition which was held during the last week of April 2016 to raise funds for the Cancer Society.

   
   

38 Scarecrows were entered and
$2,016 was raised for the Cancer Society.

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Cola Culture Cafe

COLA CULTURE CAFE is the latest business to open in town.
The enterprising owner Ray Taylor has an array of memorabilia from the 1960’s as well as die cast models and decals for sale.



Open Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 9am to 5pm.
Well worth a visit.

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Winter "City of Lights"

The Tapanui Winter "City of Lights" was judged on Saturday 18 June 2016.

The results were:
Prettiest - Ideal Print
Lightest - South West Autos
Most Fairytale Like - La Hoods
Best Effort - Seasons
Best Overall - Kidzway
Most Welcoming - Margaret & Colin Read
Most Creative - Sue & Mike
Spot Prize - Pat McCall

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For details of all that is happening in and around West Otago go to www.idealprint.net.nz to view the latest copy of The Blue Mountain Express