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REDBANKS ROAD BAKERY DELIVERY SERVICE
The Krieg family had a bakery business at the rear of their property located on Redbanks Road, just a few
houses on the town side of Dawkins Avenue. Shown here is the delivery cart being driven by Sonny Krieg
about to set out on its round with Lote Krieg and Mrs Krieg standing by.
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Starring on the pitch
THOMAS Perry, aged eight, from
Willaston, loves soccer, so much so that
his parents enrolled him in the Adelaide
United Football School Program.
The program, designed by the Adelaide
United Football Club and several of its
coaches, runs for 20 weeks and helps young
players learn the skills and discipline needed to
Thomas, who is coached by Awer Mabil,
trains every Monday night and on Saturday
was lucky enough to walk onto the pitch at
Coopers Stadium with the players.
His team also played a scratch match on the
pitch at half-time.
Meanwhile, a shortage of players meant
Thomas' younger brother Harvey, five, was
also able to go on the pitch.
THE Gawler Christmas Carols are on this
Sunday, December 14, in Pioneer Park,
with rides and activities kicking off from
The carols start at 7.30pm and there will be
plenty of local community groups cooking up
a storm, as usual.
Local lady Pina Mollet, who runs
SlushALicous, donated all her time and sales
last year to Gawler Community House.
The funds raised from her sales at the carols
went to help fund the free Christmas lunch the
house holds every year.
Parents, rest assured, the rides and activities
will not break the bank, however there will
be a gold coin donation to the Gawler Health
Toy library news
THE Gawler & Districts Elsie Ey Toy
Library is preparing for the school holidays
and needs all its toys back.
The toy library is based at the Zion
Lutheran Church and using the library is easy,
with memberships available on a yearly basis.
The toy library is closing this Friday and will
reopen at 8am on Tuesday, January 27.
If you are keen to register, send an email
NAOMI Tucker, a former Xavier High
School student and Gawler resident, is
departing on a two-month experience
of a lifetime to the Antarctic as part of
her Adelaide University PhD studies of
Naomi will be accompanied by two
university lecturers (one of them her
supervisor) and a field officer.
To get ready for the trip she had to
undertake training with the Australian
This training included advanced first aid
and quad-bike driving at various locations in
After safety inductions and kitting up at the
AAD base, near Hobart, Naomi then flies to
Casey Station, then on to the more remote
Edgeworth David Station in the Bunger
Hills region, a notably ice-free coastal range
surrounded by glaciers.
Gawler Out & About
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Local Adelaide United fans Thomas (right)
and Harvey Perry, of Willaston, were among a
group of young soccer players who took part
in half-time activities at Hindmarsh Stadium on
PHOTO: Sarah Rowe
BULLWINKLE is the
Animal Welfare League's
Pet of the Week.
An adorable 18-
Bullwinkle is seeking a
family to give him all the
love he deserves.
Due to his pale
complexion, he will need
to be an indoor-only cat.
A very afectonate
lad, Bullwinkle loves
nothing more than a
scratch behind the ear
and a good cuddle.
health checked and
only $75 meet him at
the AWL (1-19 Cormack
tmes are 10am to 3pm,
seven days a week (8348
1300 or awlsa.com.au).
OF THE WEEK
PET Community Diary
A GUIDE TO WHAT'S ON IN OUR AREA
December 12 -- Two Wells Blue Light Disco,
7pm to 9.30pm at the Two Wells Community
Centre. Admission $5, eight to 17-year-olds.
December 12 -- Gawler Blue Light Disco,
7pm to 10pm lock-in at the STARplex.
Admission $6, ages 8-17.
December 14 -- Gawler Carols, 5pm-9.45pm,
Pioneer Park. Pre-carol entertainment, carols
commence at 7.30pm. BYO rugs and chairs.
December 20 -- 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.
December 20 -- 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.
Gawler - too lovely to litter
In the nineties some children
gave me an orphaned bird
They found it under the 'Willaston
Bridge', I heard
It grew into a beautiful 'common
pigeon' we called Bart
who mated with a racing pigeon
and soon they had Junior Bart
so thanks to those children - for
Bart wouldn't be here now
if you hadn't played your part!
Linda J. Emery,
TARLEE Rural School recently
celebrated the end of the year and
the approaching festive season with
a concert under the stars.
The audience, consisting of parents,
families and friends, were welcomed
with a series of songs and carols from
the school's choir and an address from
principal, Allison Tilley.
Six students entertained with
their piano recitals, while the whole
school presented their rendition of
"A Christmas Carol", based on the
Charles Dickens' novel.
Two year seven students, who are
graduating to Riverton High School,
gave excellent presentations of their
time at the school and were presented
with farewell gifts.
The Tarlee school choir performing in front of parents, families and friends at its
concert under the stars.
RIGHT: Tarlee Rural School principal
Allison Tilley farewelling year seven
students Luke Zakroczynski and Emily
Tarlee Rural School principal Allison Tilley
(left) with the school's Christian pastoral
support o cer Tracey Butter.
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