Latest Updates from Cedars of Lebanon Club.
Here is an article on Katrina's very successful cafe in Nelson 'Suter Cafe'.
The article appeared in The Nelson Mail on Monday 18th November.
If you're in Nelson - be sure to stop by.
Good luck with your relocation, Katrina.
Click here to read an article that appeared in the ODT about Emma Farry & Mark Grocott's business and operation from beautiful Karitane.
For those of you who missed out getting the DNA swab done in Dunedin for the National Geographic Genetic Mapping project, Lisa will be sampling at the Otago Museum this Sunday the 29th as part of a DNA day. This will be the last general Dunedin sampling. So if you …
Afife Harris has just let me know that The Otago University have confirmed to run an Arabic language paper during Summer School, lectured by Afife herself. Dates are: January 6 - February 20th 2014 . If you want to learn/brush up on your Arabic, then please click the …
We have a lot of talent in our community, and Ben LaHood is certainly testament to this.
Please see the accompanying picture to read the article on Ben LaHood in the Magazine of Ophthalmic Optics. It covers the fact that Ben was the first person ever to be awarded …
The Longest Journey: From Africa to Aotearoa – Genetic Mapping
We have the privilege of having Lisa Matisoo-Smith, who is a Professor of Biological Anthropology at the University of Otago, coming to talk to our Lebanese Community on Wednesday 7th August at the upstairs function room at …
As most of you will be aware, we are currently finalising the revised edition of the book ‘Lebanon’s Children’. We are so pleased with the way it has come together, it looks fabulous, and is a very special document on the Dunedin Lebanese families.
The next …
Ruby Taylor-Sayed has sent me through an email with her website link, to inform us all of natural product she is involved with. Please read below an excerpt of her email to me, and visit her website for more information (link below).
"I am lucky enough to be involved …
Here is the link to Jane La Hood's website, Mr W & Me: www.mrwandme.com/
She has recently travelled to Italy to buy stunning shoes for her website. Check them out Ladies (and Gents, if you'd like to treat your lady)
It is with much pleasure that I give you the link to the much anticipated book 'Threads'. Joe and Cheryl La Hood have lovingly put together an historical account of the Dunedin La Hood family's immigrant experiences in New Zealand. View Book (24MB)