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AS the weather gets warmer, SA Wa-
ter is reminding Gawler people to
continue their water wise behaviour
throughout the summer months.
SA Water's Water Wise Measures,
which were introduced in December,
2010, remain in place statewide to en-
sure the community continues to value
this precious resource.
Under the measures, watering is per-
mitted at any time using a hand-held
hose fitted with a trigger nozzle or
through a drip-feed irrigation system.
Sprinklers can be used on any day af-
ter 5pm and before 10am.
Children can run under sprinklers at
any time of the day, provided the sprinkler
or water toy is located on a grassed area or
garden and is turned off when not in use.
Cars can be washed at any time using a
bucket or watering can, a hose fitted with a
trigger nozzle, a commercial car wash or a
high-pressure, low-volume water cleaner.
CFS firefighters unite
A FUNDRAISER will be held at the
Gawler Cinema next Monday, with all
funds to be donated through the CFS
Foundation to the family of Andrew
Harrison, a firefighter, who died in the
Nantawarra fire, north of Port Wakefield
Mr Harrison, a father of two, died from
extensive burns, and although he was not
from the Gawler area, firefighters in the
Gawler region have come together to
support the event.
Concordia CFS volunteer Val Vonthethoff
will be attending the fundraiser and though
she did not know Mr Harrison personally,
she said it was important for firefighters to
help each other through difficult times.
"I thought I'd help get the word out there
and because I work in the wine industry, I've
got some wine to donate for the raffle," Mrs
"I know there's a few going from our
brigade and, hopefully, some from the others
in the area too.
"If we were in that boat, it would be great
to have the CFS Foundation help us and our
The fundraiser was organised by local
Sarah Rowe, with the approval of the CFS
Foundation, which has set up a fund for Mr
Jersey Boys will be the movie screened on
the night and tickets are available from the
cinema until Saturday.
If we were in that boat,
it would be great to have the
CFS Foundation help us and our
Concordia CFS volunteer Val Vonthetho (left) and Sarah Rowe have been organising the move night fundraiser for the CFS Foundation.
PHOTO: Alec Urquhart
STAFF at Angle Vale Preschool were re-
cently among the first South Australian
kindergarten teachers to receive training on
the 21st Century Learning Design project.
The project is an initiative of Microsoft
which helps teachers redesign their group
times and learning experiences to build stu-
dents' 21st century skills.
Microsoft innovative educator expert
Michelle Pudney spoke to staff and said
she was hoping to see more kindergartens
undertake the training in the future.
"It was a real pleasure to work with such stu-
dent-centred and passionate staff, who are seek-
ing ways to improve their practice," she said.
Angle Vale Preschool teachers will reflect
on the introduction to the project and may
choose to undertake more detailed training
21st century learning
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