Home' The Bunyip : October 1st 2014 Contents Page 16 "THE BUNYIP" GAWLER, Wednesday, October 1, 2014
NOTE the council chambers are
undergoing minor upgrades in
October and November due to the
digital inclusion project.
Refer to the council diary for the
location of meetings during this time.
Meet the candidates
COUNCIL is organising a 'Meet
the Candidates Forum' to provide
all candidates the opportunity
to present themselves to the
The forum is scheduled for
Wednesday, October 8, at 7pm, at the
Gawler Sport and Community Centre
The forum will be facilitated
by facilitator Barossa Economic
Development Board chief executive
School holiday fun
GAWLER Public Library and
Friends of Gawler Library present
Greg Holfeld Graffix! this Friday
for two free sessions.
There will be a workshop at the
Evanston Gardens Library (11am to
noon) for ages 11 to 14, while there
will be a meet the author event at the
Gawler Public Library (1.30pm to
2.30pm) for ages seven to 10.
Garage Sale Trail
IF you are thinking about having a
garage sale this spring, think about
hosting it on October 25 and be
part of the Garage Sale Trail.
Simply go to the website
(garagesaletrail.com.au) and register
your sale and your sale will be
promoted to everyone looking for
garage sales within Gawler.
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JUSTIN Timberlake's famous
band members were in sync
with Williamstown's Alexan-
dra Conway last week during
their special music workshop
at Northern Sound System.
N1 records singer/songwriter
Conway had the chance to per-
form with the "music royalty"
before their performance with the
singer known as JT at the Adelaide
Entertainment Centre last Mon-
Alexandra said she was very
lucky to play with the musicians
who have previously performed
with the likes of Michael Jackson,
Prince, Rhianna, Will.I.Am, Jay-
Z, J-Lo, Ariana Grande, Christina
Aguillera and many more.
"I still can't fathom that it actu-
ally happened; it feels like I need
to pinch myself," she said.
"I got home (Sunday afternoon)
and put on a DVD of Christina
Aguillera's 'Back to Basics' tour
documentary and Brian Frasier-
Moore, who was there, was speak-
ing and performing in that tour,
so it became so close to home be-
cause he has performed with some
of my favourite artists."
The touring musicians, Frasier-
Moore, Eric Smith, Elliot Ives,
Mike Scott, Leon Silva, Dontae
Winslow, Kevin Williams and
Sean Frick, built a full arrange-
ment around Alexandra's original
song, 1942, and performed it with
"That makes me feel really spe-
cial; it is one thing to perform a
cover but the fact that they per-
formed my original song and re-
garded it so highly is just really
special," she said.
"My song isn't currently pro-
duced, at the moment it is just me
and my piano, so it was inspiring
because it was the first time I have
heard other instruments with it in
a fully composed piece, like they
"Brian said that the band and
I got married on stage because it
went so well. He also said that he
loved my song and that it was a
The high-profile musicians also
said they believed she would per-
form in front of millions of people
one day, with them supporting
Brian said that the
band and I got married on
stage because it went so well.
He also said that he loved my
song and that it was a hit.
Alexandra Conway performs with "music royalty" the Tennessee Kids at Northern Sound System last week.
Alexandra Conway was delighted to get the
opportunity to jam with "music royalty" Brian Frasier-
Moore and his band.
NEWS IN BRIEF
A $125,000 UNIVERSITY
scholarship will be offered to
a country or regional student
planning to study full time at the
University of South Australia next
The Don Hawke Memorial
Scholarship was established to
support commencing students from
a financially disadvantaged and rural
or isolated background, and will be
awarded to someone who has taken a
break of up to two years since finishing
"The scholarship is enough, at up to
$25,000 a year for five years, to make
study possible for a student who might
need to travel a long way from home
and to make the move sustainable over
the life of the degree," UniSA director
of advancement services Deborah
Students must have lived in a
regional, rural or isolated area for at
least three of the four years immediately
prior to the scholarship application.
Applications close on October 17
at 5pm and more information can be
found at unisa.edu.au/donhawke
Road safety win
LOCAL road projects can now be
submitted for grant funding under
the State Government's Residents
The road safety grants program seeks
nominations from residents, councils,
schools and community groups,
funding 50 per cent of the project.
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