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Monthly Archives: July 2010

  • Boydita Flowers Delivered Your Local Interflora Florist

    Lyn and The Team at Boydita Flowers Delivered are proud to be your local Interflora Florist on the Central Coast and have been for well over twenty years now.What this means for you is that we can offer you a great service in ensuring when you require flowers to be delivered to that special someone, no matter where in the world they may be, we can arrange to have them delivered for you.

    Being an Interflora florist we  can Guarantee , Flower Freshness,Flower Quality and Value. Each Design is Handcrafted by a professional Florist and delivery will be made on the specified date.Interflora is the worlds largest  Floral relay service company so you are assured of quality. All the staff at Boydita hold their Interflora qualifications which ensures that we can provide the very best service when placing and sending your orders.

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  • Donnica Clarke Annual Fund Raising Dinner August 7th

     

    The Third Annual Donnica Clarke Foundation
    Fund Raising Dinner
    will be held at Mingara Recreation Club Show Room
    on Saturday 7th August 2010

    Nica was a dual Australian Surf Life Saving beach sprint and flags champion who died in a tragic cliff fall at North Avoca Beach, on the Central Coast of NSW, on April 10, 2007 aged 16.

    The Donnica Clarke Foundation has been established to keep the memory of the bubbly and multi talented teenager at the forefront of the community's minds.

    The aim of the Donnica Clarke Foundation is to offer financial and moral support to young athletes, male, and female, across all sports from the Central Coast region of New South Wales, Australia.

    Boydita Flowers Delivered are proud to support the Donnica Clarke Annual fund raising dinner by donating Gift Vouchers. We wish everyone involved a very successful night. For more information visit  www.donnicaclarke.com.au

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  • The Central Coast Gang Show-Boyditas Team Member Denise is performing

     

    The inspiration for Gang Shows comes from Ralph Reader, who started Gang Show in London in 1932. Ralph Reader once said, "... every night of the year, somewhere in the world a Gang Show is playing." What a staggering thought! Central Coast Gang Show is proud to be a successful part of this worldwide phenomenon and also provide Scouts and Guides with the opportunity to take part in the performing arts. Gang Show is only part of a wide range of training activities available to members of the Scout and Guide movements, but it is perhaps the one single activity that brings together so many friends and supporters.

    Gang Show began back in London in 1932 under the title "The Gang's all Here". At that time Ralph Reader was one of the most sought after of all professional choreographers, yet he undertook to mix his professional and amateur activities, and he decided to write and direct the entire show. That decision, to put on a production to raise funds, was a move which would affect his career and which would change his life forever.
    Two of Reader's earliest and best loved Gang Show hits were "Song in my Heart" and the London Gang Show theme "Crest of a Wave".

    Soon after the Gang Show began the war years came along. The 1939 Gang Show was stopped in mid rehearsals as the nation mobilised, Reader's future seemed set in a new direction. His counter intelligence duties for the RAF in France saw him posing as an entainment officer, and he organised a Gang Show with ex-scouts who had been drafted in to the RAF. The RAF Gang Shows, as they came to be known, grew to 25 different units consisting of RAF recruits considered unsuitable for combat duites. Many of these unknowns - Peter Sellers, Dick Emery, Tony Hancock, Norie Paramor - went on to become well-known entertainers.

     
     
     
     
     
    The RAF Gang Shows played all over the world - wherever the troops went, the Gang Show's followed.

    The 1950's saw the resurrection of the Scout Gang Shows. The concept spread throughout the world - Ireland, Hong Kong, Chicago and Australia to name a few. They were based on the London Gang Show in both concept and material.

    The Gang Shows were like any other theatrical presentation for that time except the stars were unpaid and the girls were boys! Up until the 1960's Gang Show was a male domain.

    The 18th of May 1982 was a day that marked the passing of a great man - one whose contribution to Scouting throughout the world is exceeded only that by Baden-Powell.

    Ralph Reader was a theatre legend. In his lifetime he produced 19 shows on Broadway, 34 in London's West End and 50 shows in the Royal Albert Hall. He also wrote 15 books of plays, played in 5 films and composed over 400 songs

    The Central Coast Gang Show is on at Laycock Street Theatre starting Wednesday 14 th July until Saturday 17th July for more information you can go to www.centralcoastgangshow.org 
    We wish Denise whom is one of the Team at Boydita Flowers Delivered every success in the performances we know that so much time and effort has been put into making this a special event. Boydita are also proud to be a sponsor of the Gang  Show.

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  • Charity Loyalty Cards Now Accepted

    At Boydita Flowers Delivered we are very pleased to be able to accept Charity Loyalty Cards Instore now!!!!

    Your charity Loyalty Card works the same way as any everyday debit card except it has fantastic benefits. Lets see how it works.You purchase $100 instore , you swipe your Charity Loyalty Card through the eftpos terminal. The $100 is taken from your card, then boydita Flowers Delivered donates $5.00 on your behalf to your nominated charity and rebates you $5.00 back on your card as a discount and Thank You.

    To find out more visit www.charityloyaltycards.com.au

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