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SCHOOL shoes are one of the key pieces
of school kit that have to fit perfectly and
the specialists at Wrench’s Footwear in
Wonthaggi will find the right school shoe
for all sizes and budgets.
Children on the go need quality shoes and
Wrench’s Footwear stocks popular brands such as
Clarks, Roc, Harrison, Doc Martens and Sure Fit.
There are plenty of styles and quality choices to
help you make an informed decision.
The standout range comes in all styles and sizes,
offered at 20 percent off until Saturday, January 14.
The back to school rush is an important time for
Wrench’s and the experienced staff are dedicated to
ensuring your child has the right fit.
“Our staff have years of experience – particularly
in children’s fitting – and they are happy to spend
extra time to ensure they find the correct fitting. They
will also help with custom fitting for children who
have wide feet,” he said.
“The 20 percent off sale is still running so it is
the perfect time to purchase school shoes.”
Wrench’s Footwear also stocks a selection of or-
thopedic footwear in the Clarks range.
Make sure your child is all set for school this year
with a quality fitting at Wrench’s Footwear.
LAIT Computers can satisfy all families’
back to school computing needs from its
Servicing Leongatha and South Gippsland,
LAIT Computers specialises in custom built com-
LAIT Computers sells and services desktop PCs,
notebooks, and tablet PCs.
The staff has the skills and experience to fix com-
puter troubles and can advise about upgrades, new
computers and notebooks, as well as specialist and
Store manager Anthony Kaldvee is an expert in
When asked about the success of his business,
Mr Kadlvee credited the attitude of his staff, stating,
“Helpful and reliable service is our priority. We offer
ongoing support for our customers and that’s what
keeps people coming back.”
All of the staff at LAIT Computers recognise the
importance of helping customers long after they’ve
purchased products from the store, offering assis-
tance with upgrading software programs.
Aside from ongoing support, LAIT Computers
customers can be rest-assured the team is keeping up
to date with all of the latest products.
The team at LAIT Computers welcomes people
Wrench’s offers the perfect fit
Step ahead: owner of Wrench’s Footwear
in Wonthaggi, Carl Lindsay is pictured with
Venus Bay holidaymaker Jorja Landels who
was in the store Thursday looking at a new
pair of school shoes.
Computer needs covered
Latest technology: store manager Anthony
Kaldvee with a popular laptop available from
LAIT Computers in Leongatha.
to enquire about appropriate school devices and are
happy to share their professional knowledge.
Newsagency ready to serve
WONTHAGGI Newsagency owner/
manager Fiona Fleming is flat out stock-
ing up on a wide range of school statio-
nery for students gearing up for the 2017
Last Thursday, Fiona was flat out unpacking box-
es and making sure selves were stocked with all the
must have school stationery.
There is a great catalogue out now with loads of
cost savings on a huge range of school stationery and
Fiona said the store’s prices compare well with Of-
fice Works and other big retailers.
“It is nice to see locals coming in and shopping
here and we get a lot of people coming from Leon-
gatha, with a lot of Mary MacKillop College students
coming into to stock up for school,” Fiona said.
School supplies covered: Fiona Fleming,
owner/manager of Wonthaggi Newsagency,
has all you need for the 2017 school year.
Head start: Jess Harle, director of Jess Harle
Hairdressing in Leongatha, and junior stylist
Emily Chadwick are looking forward to helping
students shine for the 2017 school year.
A light and bright toner with wash and
blow dry will have students sparkling for
their first day back at school.
Whether students have short, long or
medium length hair, Jess Harle will adopt
the perfect style for their face shape and
Absent is hair stylist Ebonie Kewming.
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