Weekend pics: April 11-13, 2014

03:29, Apr 14 2014
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All American car participants on their Saturday night cruise to Geraldine included Peter and Kay Cowlishaw in a 1938 Plymouth Road King, snapped on Douglas St.
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Christchurch man Bob Gibson tells John Quinn about his 1927 V8 Cadillac Lasalle at the All American car display on Caroline Bay.
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Emily O'Reilly with Nanai and Elizabeth Hampton with Stella at the Craighead School fete.
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Playing around in the hat making room at the Craighead Diocesan School fete are Yvonne Thompson and Country McRobie
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Skyla May and Sophie Davies-Martin dress up for the Craighead fete.
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Cooking the sausages at the Craighead Diocesan fete are from left, Ella and Holly Waters, Emily Fahey and Bryony Steven.
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Alison Pile dressed as a nurse for the scary hallway at the Craighead fete.
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Dressed as smurfs are Alice Bird and Laura Crossan at the Craighead Diocesan School fete.
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Helping at the fundraising garage sale for South Canterbury Hospice from left are, Mick Thornley, Carey Hickling, Fay Edgeler, Marge O'Neill, Anne Rich, Alan Anette and Jo Gregan.
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Gary and Karyn Ballantyne won a new paint job on their house in a radio competition - only thing is, it had to be in Crusader colours.
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St Mary's Church parishioners take part in a special service for Palm Sunday.
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The choir sings at St Mary's special service for Palm Sunday.
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Giving a reading at St Mary's Palm Sunday is Adrienne Rodgers.
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Owner Elizabeth Grubb and the Rev Chris Rodgers talk to Annie, the 28-year-old donkey, who took part in the Palm Sunday service at St Mary's Church in Timaru.
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The Aorangi Road Runners, from left, Malcolm Munro, Lorraine Curry, Tony Simpson, Simon Cockett and Dave Pope, braved the cold for their weekly run at the end of Kerry Town Rd.

Timaru Herald chief photographer John Bisset was out and about South Canterbury during the weekend.

With Easter a week away, St Mary's Church put on a special Palm Sunday service, while Craighead Diocesan School students braved the wind and rain on Saturday to put on a fete.

The weather didn't stop some fitness fans getting in a run, nor could it keep car enthusiasts away from the All American car show.

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