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Avondale-Waterview Historical Society Newsletter 50

Avondale-Waterview Historical Society Newsletter 50

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Published by Lisa Truttman
Newsletter of the Avondale-Waterview Historical Society, Auckland, New Zealand
Newsletter of the Avondale-Waterview Historical Society, Auckland, New Zealand

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Published by: Lisa Truttman on Feb 28, 2011
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Avondale Avondale Avondale Avondale- --Waterview Waterview Waterview Waterview   Historical Society Incorporated Historical Society Incorporated Historical Society Incorporated Historical Society Incorporated   
Newsletter Newsletter   
No. 50MarchApril 2011
Prepared by Lisa Truttman, President and Editor 
Next meeting:Saturday 2 April 2011, 2.30 pmSt Ninians ChurchSt Georges Road,opposite Hollywood Cinema 
The Avondale Business Association very kindly storedthe set of display boards donated to us by BlockhouseBay Historical Society, along with remaining boxes of the Avondale heritage walks brochures. Unfortunately,their storage area was broken into around 6-7February, their set of Christmas lights stolen, and thenthe miscreants (yes, I could use a stronger term, butlet’s keep things clean) set fire to the place. On the good news side, the ABA were able to salvagefive boxes (1500 copies) of the brochures, five of theboards, and eight stands (the latter items the ABAcleaned and repainted. They are now in AWHSstorage.
St NiniansLoss of some AWHS display boards andheritage brochures through arson
AWHS were the first communitygroup to utilise St Ninians since2007, when we had our first meetingfor 2011 there on Saturday 5 Febru-ary. It was a stinking hot day, wereally could have done with a fan ortwo but, clustered at the far end nearan open doorway, we had a success-ful meeting, followed by refresh-ments, during which time manywandered out and had a good look atthe adjoining cemetery. Our thanks to Auckland Council(and the previous City Council) forall the hard work taken in restoring the church buildingfor community use, and to the Avondale CommunitySociety who have spearheaded the applications toCouncil for a lease so that St Ninians will be availablefor community groups to hire. There are still some de-lays regarding the lease and formal legal permissions,but hopefully these will be a formality only.To be held 11-12 November 2011. Phone 828-6371 formore details or email mrsln@xtra.co.nz
News about membersRosebank School 50th anniversary
We sadly note the passing of AWHS member MollyScott, who died 23 January 2011. Molly was so look-ing forward to this year, with St Ninians open, and up-coming conferences and gatherings. You have been a wonderful friend to us all, Molly.Thank you for being part of our Society.
Photo credit: Bill Ellis

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