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HASTINGS MAIL, JUNE 1, 2011
promotes health and
Many children who continue swimming
in winter often nd it is the rst time
that they have not been affected by
At Hilton Brown Swimming we noticed
that parents withdrew their children
from classes as a 'precautionary
measure' each year as the temperature
drops. When they return to swimming
later in the year, not only have they
missed out on the many bene ts of
swimming, they found that their child
still caught all the colds that went
around. Often because their winter
swimming was not continued through
these winter months their swimming
ability has also regressed through lack
Why swim in winter?
• Higher tness levels are gained
through swimming year round
• Increases resilience to stress and
• Along with good nutrition helps
with health and tness
• Progression continues with
• Indoor heated pool
The warmth factor
• The water at Hilton Brown
Swimming is kept at 32°
• Children should wrap up warm after
• Bring along a hairdryer or wear a
hat to and from the pool
• Lessons aren't cancelled due to
At Hilton Brown Swimming our
water now uses a Salt Chlorination
System. Using lower chlorine levels
for the same hygiene result our
water is a lot gentler on the skin.
Salt chlorination is not so harsh
on the more sensitive skin, as well
as not such a lingering smell that
regular chlorinated pools leave.
For more information contact Hilton
Brown Swimming on 877 7202
Swim through Winter - be ready for next Summer
15 Donnelly Street, Havelock North Ph 8777 202 www.hiltonbrownswimming.co.nz
Come in now
for a free trial -
it's warm in here!
Havelock Road HAVELOCK NORTH
Phone 877 5025
Tuesday Night Roast
Roast Beef or Roast Pork with
Roasted and Fresh vegetables
IN THE HUB OF
(Opp. the Information Centre)
How many years of Barney's unusual journey?
Send your answer to: The Hastings/
Havelock North Mail, P.O.Box 1097,
Hastings, 4122 by Wed 10th June.
Last months winner; Sally O'Sullivan
Discovering Havelock North Much more than just a village
Scouts on course Scout and about: Jimmy McMillan, Waipukurau
Scout Troop leader, instructs Brady Hanna how to
care for an ''injured'' Emma Buurmans, both from
the Havelock North Scouts.
scouts from Napier,
North and Waipukurau
attended a Waiapu
Cossgrove Course at
the Moore Road
Campsite, near Have-
lock North recently.
Course is a practical
course run by Waiapu
Zone Scouts and is
designed for senior
scouts-- boys and girls
aged between 12 and 14 -- and led by
The course is named after the late
Colonel David Cossgrove
(1852-1920), who introduced Scouts
to New Zealand in 1908 and became
the first Chief Scout of New Zealand.
By the end of the two-day practical
course, the senior scouts had know-
ledge of how to use a mountain
safety radio and were able to cor-
rectly plan for a camp.
They all helped construct revolv-
ing clotheslines using the right knots
and lashings, and confidently used a
compass and identified various
locations on a topographical map
using contour lines.
They also learned how to treat
various first aid injuries and how to
construct an emergency stretcher
using limited resources.
All scouts must complete a Cos-
sgrove Course before they can earn
the Chief Scout's Award, the highest
award in New Zealand.
Directed by Richard J Lewis.
Starring: Paul Giamatti, Rosamund
Pike, Minnie Driver, Dustin Hoff-
Now playing at Cinema Gold in
Barney's Version, an adaptation of
Mordecai Richler's award-winning
1997 novel of the same name, follows
Barney Panofsky (Giamatti) who
meets the great love of his life
Miriam (Pike) at the most
inopportune time imaginable -- while
he is still married to his second wife
Narrated by Barney as a con-
fessional, the film covers 30 years of
his unusual journey from his first
marriage, to the chronically unfaith-
ful free spirit Clara (Rachelle
Lefevre) and their life in Italy
together, through to his third mar-
riage to Miriam.
Barney experiences numerous
highs and lows, but manages to con-
sistently surprise everyone with
unforeseen acts of altruism and
kindness, which turn him into the
quintessential modern hero.
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