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Billy plays concert
in memory of Libby
Rocking on: Playing the drums is a good release for Billy Templeman who
is coping with the loss of his sister Libby.
Photo: BEN WATSON
By LISA HONEYBONE
Music has been a driving force
for Billy Templeman, 14, whose
sister Libby was murdered in
Kerikeri two years ago.
The Rangitoto College
student has been playing for
about six years but lately it s
become a real passion.
About six months ago the
drummer put together Billy s
Treehouse with guitarist Dylan
Shepherd, 14, bassist Grant
Miller, 12, and vocalist Matt
Billy met Dylan through the
school band at Northcross
Intermediate. They found
Grant through Band Factory at
Albany Senior High and Matt
through a family connection
On October 16 they per-
formed together for the first
time in Kerikeri at Orange
Encore, a concert to raise funds
for a memorial for Libby.
They opened with a tribute
song called Heaven At Your
Feet written by musician and
friend Mark Hill, and then got
into the serious business of
rocking. They performed five of
their own songs, including a
ballad called Someday written
by Billy and his mum Rebecca,
along with a few covers.
Rebecca says it was a wonder-
We wanted people to have
fun, to stop reflecting on the
negativity surrounding her
death and the audience cer-
tainly did that, she says.
Billy practises his drumming
every day and says it can be a
good emotional release.
He is also learning the guitar
as well as vocals for the band.
Billy is hoping to study at the
Music and Audio Institute of
Rebecca says it s hard for the
boys to be taken seriously
because they re young but they
have huge talent and put a lot
of time and work into the band.
They re hoping to record their
first single Rockband early next
Billy s Treehouse has been
asked to perform at the Sen-
sible Sentencing Trust open air
concert next year.
The Templemans moved to
Browns Bay from Kerikeri two
years ago, about a week before
Libby was killed.
Kerikeri teenager Theo Kriel
is now serving a prison sentence
for her murder.
more information on Billy's
New hairdo: School students with teachers and parents who shaved their heads for the Cancer Society.
Students make a bald move for charity
Brave Pinehurst School
students shaved their heads
The Albany school raised
more than $7000 for the Can-
Eleven students, two par-
ents and one teacher had their
heads shaved on stage in front
of hundreds of supporters.
There was also a crazy
hairstyle competition. One
participant raised $700 in bids
The charity s Auckland div-
ision chief executive John Loof
was thrilled with the amount
of money raised.
It was wonderful to be sur-
rounded by so many positive,
caring and community minded
They really got behind the
cause, he says.
Cruises with the Coast-
guard to help familiarise
Kiwis with popular Hau-
raki Gulf anchorages
include Waiheke and Coro-
mandel on November 30
and Kawau and Mahu-
rangi on December 7.
Each cruise offers a full
such as what hazards to
look out for, and a number
of safe boating tips, Coast-
guard Northern Region
chief executive officer
Dean Lawrence says.
It also includes an his-
torical account on each
area and information on
activities available at each
People can bring snacks,
and food and beverages
will be available to pur-
chase. Volunteers from the
rescue vessel will also be
manning a sausage sizzle.
Each cruise departs
from the Fullers Down-
town Ferry Terminal at
5.30pm, but can be
boarded from 5pm, and
returns at about 10pm.
mandel cruise is $45 a per-
son and the Kawau-
Mahurangi $40 per person.
Phone (09) 303-4303 for
bookings or visit www.
coastguard.org.nz for more
Business and priorities SPARCs presentations
Sparc has a series of present-
ations in November and Decem-
ber to inform partners about its
business and priorities for next
One is at the North Harbour
Stadium s ASB Lounge on
November 19 from 10am to
This follows on from the Sparc
roadshows of the previous three
In addition to detailing
Sparc s current and future direc-
tion, this session will also pro-
vide the opportunity for people
to comment, ask questions and
raise issues or concerns affect-
ing their organisation specifi-
cally, or the sports sector in
Sparc chief executive Peter
Miskimmin will front the pres-
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