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A GUIDE TO WHAT'S ON IN OUR AREA
November 14 -- Blue Light Disco, 7pm-10pm
at the STARplex. $6 tickets, ages 8-17 years.
November 15 -- Gawler Charity Dance,
8pm-11.30pm at the Grenville Hub, Elizabeth.
Revision 7.30pm and then dancing. $7 entry,
plus a plate of supper to share. Enquiries
0400 544 527.
November 16 -- Sustainable Living Festival,
10am-3pm at the Gawler Regional Natural
Resource Centre. Special guests Sophie
Thomson, Karen Montgomery and Sprout
Cooking School. www.nrcgawler.org.au
November 18 -- Gawler Art Society
Workshop, 10am-3pm at the Gawler Sport and
Community Centre. Contact Athalie 8524 4435.
November 22 -- Gawler Garden and Produce
Share, 12.15pm, Apex Park. A place to share
knowledge and swap produce. No money
changes hands and everything is shared.
November 24 -- Gawler Youth Film Festival,
Gawler Cinema. Public viewing night. Enquiries
REID STREET AT THE TOD STREET END, 1966
The Sutch building was originally W. Hobart & Son Livery Stables, and eventually demolished. Car parking
spaces now occupy the site at the front of Foodland Supermarket.
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of the Week.
who has had
to call the
for over 80
arrived with her sister
and their kitens – they
are all old enough to
ﬁnd loving homes, so
now it is her turn to
ﬁnd a family.
Due to Misty's pale
complexion she will
need to be an indoor-
only cat to keep
her safe from the
Misty is desexed,
checked and only $75.
Meet her at the AWL
at 1-19 Cormack Road,
Wingﬁeld (8348 1300
tmes are 10am to 3pm,
seven days a week.
OF THE WEEK
Gawler Kennel Club
GAWLER Kennel Club held an All Breeds Championship Show at Princes
Park earlier this month as part of the
Gawler 175th birthday
It was a lovely day and it
was good to see so many
members of the general
public paying a visit and
asking questions about
the various dog breeds.
Many thanks must go
to my fellow committee
members who made it
such a successful day, and
thanks to our patrons, the
Gawler South Small Animal
Hospital, which was on
hand with veterinary advice
Results: Best in Show
-- Australian champion wire
fox terrier Yiriwire Tyme for
Payback, owned by J. & D.
Collins; Runner-up in Show
-- Australian Champion
bichon frise Pine eld Walk
on The Wild Side, owned
by J. Callow; Baby Puppy
in Show -- English cocker
spaniel Glenbriar Merchant
Venice, owned by G. Love/K.
Hutt/S. McFadden; Puppy in
Show -- Australian shepherd
Cuebiyar Under a Swift
Sunrise, owned by S. Baillie.
Best in show judge Mrs M. Courtney-Reid (middle) alongside
local veterinarians Dave McPhail (left) and Steve Crouch with
the best in show dog, a wire fox terrier, Australian Champion
Yirewire Tyme for Payback and its owner, Gawler Resident
PHOTOS: Haseldine Photography
Best in show judge Mrs M Courtney-
Reid pictured with local veterinarians
Dave McPhail and Steve Crouch with
the Runner Up in Show, Australian
Champion Pine eld Walk On The Wild
Side with owner Mr J Callow, at the
recent dog show held in Gawler.
THE Gawler Garden Club's meeting
on November 4 was its annual
The president's report
the club's activities during the past
year, including three bus trips,
visits from other garden clubs, plus
local garden inspections. It was
Danny Knight, the planned
speaker for this meeting, was
unable to attend but provided
many beautiful roses and details of
them for discussion.
Advising that many of these
roses have royalties paid for
the charity they represent, the
president also showed examples
of her favourite roses from her
December 2 will be the
Christmas meeting, with members
asked to bring a salad or sweet to
share and gifts of non-perishable
food, which will be given to UCare.
New members are always
welcome. For details, phone
THE Royal Association of Justices
of South Australia held its annual
meeting at St Jakobi Lutheran
School on Saturday, October 25.
The Barossa & Districts Justices
Group was host for the afternoon
and South Australia Governor Hieu
Van Le o cially opened the event.
The afternoon included a variety
of activities, as well as the AGM
Following the formalities,
attendees enjoyed each other's
company over some refreshments
and wine tasting.
MEMBERSHIP...Gawler Lions Club president David Schwartz (left) and membership
director Dean Noll, along with vice-district governor Paddy McKay induct new
members Rebecca Cordes, Je Owen and Annette Farrow into the club last
Wednesday. Gawler's Lions Club now has 24 members.
WILLASTON BRIDGE...Port Lincoln correspondent Ron Wilson has provided a
photograph of the footbridge which formerly spanned the North Para River
from Willaston to north Gawler, near what is now Clonlea Park. According
to Mr Wilson, the bridge was swept away with a big ood in 1951; the only
thing remaining is the dead tree from which the bridge was suspended on
the Willaston side of the river.
If you're a poet and you know it
My cat and the snake
One of my cats gave me a scare the other day
when with a brown snake he decided to play
soon there was a full-on ght
and the snake was bit in two -- a horrible sight!
I was frightened the poisonous snake had bit my cat
but I later found him waiting for his dinner on the back door mat.
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