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up special lunch
Tea time: Hospitality student Catherine Wilson serves Seniornet South chairman
Bruce Smart lunch at Community College Southland's cafe.
By LOUISE BERWICK
A partnership between Seniornet
South and Community College is
leaving a sweet taste in everyone's
Twice a year Seniornet South pupils
swap their computer classes for a big
lunch but, instead of going to their
local cafe, for the past 12 years the
group have been strengthening their
ties with the younger generation by
heading to Community College
Seniornet South is a voluntary
organisation which has been in
Invercargill since 1997 and teaches
computer literacy to people who are
usually of retirement age.
Community College hospitality tutor
Marilyn Ward said the longstanding
relationship was about strengthen-
ing ties between the the generations.
It allowed her students hone their
skills in the hospitality industry by
providing a buffet lunch, practising
their service and table setting while
also learning how to deal with
It was a taster of the industry they
were trying to break into, she said.
Seniornet South organiser Winnie
Grant said the lunches were
''brilliant'' and it was great to
support the younger generations.
The food kept them going back year
after year, but seeing the young
people able to practise their skills
was what was most important, she
Close shave for charity
Before: Rowen Underhay, 17, before her
fundraising head shave for cancer.
All gone: Rowen Underhay's new look to
raise money for Shave For A Cure.
In front of her classmates and
friends, Rowen Underhay has said
goodbye to her locks.
The 17-year-old shaved her hair off to
raise money for CanTeen, a charity
which supports young people deal-
ing with cancer.
The hairdressing student was inspir-
ed to shave her head by the death of
her grandfather, who died last year
after struggling with the disease.
Miss Underhay had been consider-
ing shaving her head for the past
couple of months, but plucked up the
courage last week.
Friends and teachers took turns at
shaving off clumps of her hair, but
the smile never faded from her face.
Her only concern when it was
finished was that she now looked
like her brother.
The teenager has raised about $800
so far from donations from friends
Miss Underhay hopes to reach a total
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