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SOUTHERN MONUMENTS---PAUL HODGE
Paul grew up in Gore and has lived locally all his life. He
completed his education at Gore High School and started his
working life at the Mataura Freezing Works where he has
worked for the past 34 years doing various jobs in the mutton/
lamb department. Paul recently opted to accept redundancy
from the Alliance and has for the past two months, alongside
Graham, been learning the many facets of a monumental mason's
job which includes the art of sandblasting lettering into
headstones along with the installation of headstones at the
Cemetery. Paul has been enjoying the challenge of his new role
and has also been helping with the painting of the building at
38 Hokonui Drive to which we look forward to signage going up
shortly. In his spare time he enjoys spending time playing
soccer for the local 'Wanderer Football Club' where he has held
different roles over the years as well as being an active player.
Paul and his wife, Lynette, enjoy spending time with their family
and at their holiday home in Alexandra.
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Soper with one
of the new
feature in this
Reindeer all ready
to go on parade
By TERRI RUSSELL
Gore is bracing for some
Christmas cheer as 40 floats are
set to hit the streets as part of
this year's Santa parade.
The floats lap around Main St
and the parade is followed by
the Christmas in the Park
Gore district human resources
and administration manager
Susan Jones said new to this
year's parade was school chil-
dren on the council's float.
Pukerau Primary School chil-
dren will jump aboard the float
but different schools will join
each year, she said.
''We wanted to get the schools
involved. ''That's what it's all
about, making it fun for the
There will also be plenty of
activities for the children at the
concert including face painting,
bouncy castle and merry-go-
Former Gore residents Kayla
Mahon and Taylor Cairns are
returning from Australia for
Christmas and will be among
those performing at the concert
in their band The Heartleys.
''People are encouraged to bring
a picnic and enjoy a nice day out
with the family,'' she said.
Gore district parks and rec-
reation manager Ian Soper said
the iconic trout, which used to
feature on the council's float,
will this year be replaced by
The trout has degraded and
''done it's dash'' because it was
not designed to go outside.
The reindeer were made by a
taxidermist in South Canter-
bury out of fibreglass. The
reindeer will sit on the float
with Santa Claus and the mayor
Float registrations have closed
but late entries are being taken.
The parade starts at noon on
Sunday, December 16 and the
concert runs until about 4pm.
We're here to serve you: The team at Goodmeats Butchery. From left, owner Roger
Toogood, driver/manager Dave Mockford, fish smoking specialist Al Lyall and
butchery manager Chris Hill.
Couple to set up shop
By DIANE BISHOP
An old-fashioned butchery that
promises to deliver a personal touch
is set to open in East Gore.
Goodmeats Butchery, which will
open its doors to the public next
Wednesday, is owned and operated
by Gore-based stock agent Roger
Toogood and his wife Jo.
The couple already operate a
wholesale meat business but this is
their first foray into retail.
''We needed a place for storing and
processing carcasses so we thought
we might as well open a shop.
Getting into retail's the icing on the
cake,'' Mr Toogood said.
As a stock agent, Mr Toogood has a
good eye for picking his own stock,
which will be processed in their
Huron St premises, formerly
The Toogoods have completely
revamped the building.
Butchery manager Chris Hill, more
than 30 years in the butchery trade,
said Goodmeats Butchery would
operate as an old-fashioned shop.
''It's about getting back to basics and
offering the personal touch. I want to
know all my customers personally,''
Mr Hill said.
The butchery will also offer fish
products, specialising in smoked
Stewart Island salmon.
Mr Hill said there would be some
''really good'' meat specials when the
shop opened on December 5.
Contact Mr Hill on 027 444 9756.
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