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School gives back
Great effort: International College of Camille head Ange Marshall, students Taylor
McDonald and Nasreen Al-Tamimi and head tutor Aileen Clark with a cheque for
$4546, raised for the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation.
October was Breast Cancer Action
Month, and the students at the
International College of Camille
threw their support behind this
great cause raising $4546 for the
New Zealand Breast Cancer Foun-
The International College of
Camille held a Breast Cancer Foun-
dation Fundraiser on October 7 at
Newmarket campus and October 14
at the Albany campus, where they
offered a range of beauty treatments
to the public with all proceeds going
to the foundation.
Students were also out in force
collecting donations and additional
money was raised with a raffle for a
basket of Darphin products, which
was won by Kiera Hughes (at
Albany campus) and Anne Fisk (
Latest figures show one in nine
women in New Zealand will experi-
ence the disease in their life time,
and the staff and students at the
International College of Camille are
thrilled to have raised so much
money for such a worthy cause.
We d like to thank all the local
people and businesses for their
generous support, says Head of
College Ange Marshall.
For people considering their
career options, beauty therapy
offers exciting opportunities, a fabu-
lous lifestyle, and a good income as
the New Zealand beauty industry
continues to grow.
And there s no better place to
study than the International College
The International College of
Camille has been training
beauticians in New Zealand for the
past 26 years, and offers the most
professional and extensive beauty
therapy training courses available.
The new intake for full-time courses
is in January.
Many College of Camille
graduates operate their own suc-
cessful businesses, and others go on
to enjoy rewarding careers here and
overseas, where their qualifications
are recognised internationally.
The International College of Camille
is at Level 1, 5 William Pickering
Drive, Albany, and at Level 4,
393 Khyber Pass Rd, Newmarket.
Phone 520-4615 or 447-1628 or
email info@collegeof camille.co.nz for
How would you wish
to be laid to rest?
Funeral directors: Roz and Martin
Burial or cremation?
Local funeral directors Roz and
Martin Williams are constantly
asked this question.
Some people have very strong
feeling one way or the other, but
for some the choice can be very
In New Zealand there are four
options available for the reverent
disposal of one s earthly remains:
burial, cremation, burial at sea or
donation to the medical school for
With burial, many families
appreciate having a grave to go to,
a place to visit. This is very
important with the grieving pro-
Burial involves the purchase of
a burial plot and usually some
form of memorial headstone or
However this choice comes at a
cost, which many find difficult to
bear. This decision is often made
on cultural or religious grounds.
Cremation is a process people
often wonder about.
The casket is placed into a cre-
mator and the process is carried
out under very high temperatures,
a process that generally takes two
to four hours.
There is room for only one cas-
ket within the cremator, and the
ashes are taken from the cremator
before it is used again therefore it
is not possible for ashes to be con-
fused or mixed with others.
Cremation provides greater
flexibility about choosing a final
resting place since you are not
restricted to specific places of
Some families prefer to scatter
the ashes in a family plot, mem-
orial garden, at sea or some other
favourite place. This choice is less
expensive than burial.
If this information has brought to
mind some questions you would
like answered, please feel free to
phone Roz or Martin on 277-7375.
As they are members of the Funeral
Directors Association of New
Zealand, you can be assured of
personal professional service and
attention to detail.
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