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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : November 5th 2008
MB INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, November 6, 2008 15 NEWS Pet of the week Diddy needs a mummy or daddy NAME: Diddy AGE: Three years BREED: Silky-cairn terrier-cross NATURE: Diddy is a very gentle, easygoing boy in that ''in-between'' size category -- not too small, not too big. He tends to be on the quiet side and has a very lovable nature. His coat is scruffy but soft, that can be clipped for summer. He weighs 10kg. Diddy was one of the many dogs saved from the dog pound. He comes desexed, C5-vaccinated, heartworm-free and microchipped. His adoption costs $300. To find out more about Diddy or more than 100 other dogs needing a home call 9486 3133 or email Monika@DoggieRescue. com or visit www.Doggie Rescue.com Kids go for award ZILKA GROGAN SUMMER Hill Public School has emerged the joint winner in the Go Grains Kids Design Challenge. The school shares the award for Best Overall Achievement with Glen William Public School, near Newcastle. The winners were announced at a cel- ebration event on October 29. One of the Year 6 Opportunity Classes at the school designed Tazo cards to be found in packages of grain products. The cards all showed a health message and could also be used in a scissors-paper- rock game that the students created. Teacher Kristen Murray missed the awards announcement due to illness but said she was very proud of her students. ''From what I heard, (the kids) were jumping up and down with excitement,'' she said. ''They deserve it, they worked hard and they're very clever kids.'' As part of the competition, children in Years 5 and 6 were asked to develop an advertising campaign to encourage their fellow students to eat more grain-based foods, including bread, cereal, rice and pasta. The Australian International Academy in Strathfield also submitted an entry to the Go Grains challenge. 12 CABARITA RD, CONCORD 8765 0600 www.scarlettlizzie.com.au SPECIALTY GIFTWARE HOMEWARES HANDBAGS JEWELLERY ACCESSORIES GREAT LAVAZZA COFFEE all you need Over 50 Specialty Stores, FREE 3 hour shopper carparking 42 - 50 Railway Parade, Burwood. Phone: 9744 0251 For all your fresh food needs... Bakers Delight Shop 19 Ground Floor 9744 6401 Chicken George Shop 20 Ground Floor 9744 8322 Freshworld Shop 40 Level 1 9744 2602 Mega Fresh Deli Shop 38 Level 1 9744 0432 Plaza Gourmet Deli Shop 18 Ground Floor 9744 0236 Plaza Seafood Shop 9 Ground Floor 9745 3948 Rogers Meats Shop 21 Ground Floor 9745 1313 Tong Li Supermarket Shop 64 Mezzanine Level 9744 0966 Woolworths Shop 1 Ground Floor 9747 8047
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