Monday, August 26, 2013

Seaport Scene Issue 340

International Success On the Water

Hard work and determination has paid off for two young Picton sports stars. Rigorous training and fundraising efforts have allowed rower Mitchell Mackenzie-Mol and sailor Taylor Burn to shine on the international stage. Read both stories on page 17 of issue 340.

Left photo: Mitchell Mackenzie-Mol, Benjamin Crosbie, Marty Davenport and Jack O’Leary, won silver for New Zealand at the Junior World Rowing Championships in Lithuania.

Right photo: Henry Gibbs and Taylor Burn won the Great Britain 420 National Sailing Championships.

Other Stories in This Issue

  • Captains Table 
  • News: Colmar Brunton Earthquake Preparedness Survey, Naiad - Making Waves in China, Mayor and New Police Commander Hold First Meeting .
  • Spot the Knot 
  • Saturday Speaker 
  • Environmental Clean Up at Endeavour Inlet 
  • Tide Tables 
  • Changing Times
  • Friends and Whānau Targeted for Conservation Week
  • SPCA Cupcake Day
  • Spring Into Daffodil Day 
  • Backstage Blurb
  • Senior Citizens Club 
  • Mystery Bus Trip
  • Nominations for District Council
  • Seaport Happenings 
  • Seaport Sessions 
  • Seen on the Scene: The Chernobyl Kid NZ Tour, Waitohi Premier Rugby Prizegiving.
  • Reflections from Picton Museum: Arrivals and Departures.
  • Writer's Corner 
  • Library Lines 
  • Travel Chat with Juanita Smart 
  • Spinnaker recipe -Potato Gnocchi with Basil Pesto 
  • Aircraft Company Reveals Latest Jetpack
  • Councillor Chat - This week David oddie 
  • Colin's Column - Importance of Community Networks - Grassmere Earthquake 
  • GBR 420 Nationals in Wales 
  • Silver for New Zealand Junior Quad 
  • Scoop’s Sports with Sam Swain 
  • Marlborough Cross Country 
  • New Principal Plans to Achieve Goals

Get your copy of the Seaport Scene at one of the following outlets:

Picton: The Seaport Scene Office, FreshChoice, Take Note, Healthcare Pharmacy, Picton Library, On The Spot, Challenge Service Station, Picton Four Square, Le Cafe.

Blenheim: Perry's Book Shop

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