Home' The Bunyip : January 5th 2017 Contents Page 38 "THE BUNYIP" GAWLER, Thursday, January 5, 2017
OF THE WEEK
MAYA is the Animal
Welfare League's Pet
of the Week.
This lovely, fun and
playful dog & deserves
a second chance.
It is the third tme
Maya has been AWL's
Pet of the Week be-
cause even months on,
she stll hasn’t found
her happy home.
At just two years old,
she is yet to know
what a caring and lov-
ing home is.
Maya has a lot of en-
ergy and will need a
human who has tme
and dedicaton to help
teach her to be the
best dog she can be.
She is desexed, micro-
and health checked
and ready to adopt
this week, for just
To meet Maya, visit
the AWL Wingﬁeld
Shelter, 1-19 Cormack
Road, Wingﬁeld (Ph:
tmes are 10am-3pm,
seven days a week.
For more informaton,
visit the website (awl-
A GUIDE TO WHAT'S ON IN OUR AREA
January 5 -- Lego Station. Complete
Lego challenges. Held at Kapunda Library
between January 5-6 and 9-11. Free entry.
January 7 -- Car boot sale. Gawler Bowling
Club, Nixon Terrace. 9am-3pm. Barbecue,
bargains galore. Contact Peter McConnell
(0438 853 945).
January 11 -- Gawler Art Society is
starting an evening group, to be held on
Wednesdays from 7.30pm-9.30pm at
the Zion Hall, off Cowan Street. Annual
membership fee of $30, or $25 for retirees,
plus $5 for each meeting.
January 13 -- YAC Barossa Summer
Cinema Series. Films -- which include Hotel
Transylvania 2, The Good Dinosaur and
The Angry Birds Movie -- showing at various
locations and dates in the Barossa. Check
out www.barossa.sa.gov.au for more details.
January 21 -- Gawler Charity Dance.
Grenville Hub, Elizabeth. Revision 7pm, then
dancing 7.30pm-11pm. Old style and new
vogue. $8 entry plus a plate of supper to
share, please. Enquiries -- Peter (8522 7203
or 0400 544 527).
MAY BROTHERS FOUNDRY, BASSETT TOWN -- c1900
Bassett Town was an area in Gawler South, with May Brothers' foundry fronting 23rd Street, facing the
railway station between 18th and 19th Streets.
Bottom left of the picture is the Railway Family Hotel, now known as the Overway Hotel.
To provide further informaton about this photograph,
contact Stan (8523 0158) or email email@example.com
And remember, don't throw out your old photographs -- they may be appropriate
for the gawler.nowandthen.net.au website.
IN the middle of all the glitz and
glitter of the Christmas season we
often find the unimposing but
tranquil scene of a baby in a
Tucked away in a shop window,
someone's front yard or on a Christmas
card, is what has become readily
recognised as the symbol of a Christian
For some it's just a myth, to others it
creates anger and drives a politically
correct conversation, but to millions of
people around the world it speaks of
one of the most significant moments in
the world's history.
For that latter group of people,
Jesus is not just any ordinary baby
born to a young couple in a foreign
Prophesied all through scripture over
a period of 4000 years this little baby,
the long-awaited Messiah, carries all
the hopes of a conquered nation on His
Since our forefathers, Adam and Eve,
damaged their relationship
with God, we have tried so many
things to bridge the gulf caused by their
Religious systems have largely failed
the human race and have led them away
from God rather than to Him.
However, in the two most well-known
names given to Jesus we see clues as
• The name Jesus means 'Saviour'.
The announcement went on to say
"for He will save His people from
their sins". Since then, millions of
people have experienced the freedom
of forgiveness of sins.
• Immanuel was a further name
attributed to Him. It means 'God
is with us'. Every other religion
has man trying everything to reach
God, but Christianity reveals a God
willing to stoop to man who could
not reach Him any other way.
So this baby was not just a baby,
but the carrier of a message for which
we had all been waiting: God to come
to us to open a door of relationship with
So, while tucked away behind the
commercialisation, the manger scene
becomes my favourite because of the
hope it brings to us all.
The Christian ministers of Gawler wish
you all the best for the festive season
and offer our help should you need it
Channel 10, 6.30pm, Friday
The Adelaide Strikers are in need
of a win to take hold of their
struggling BBL season; they
take on the Hobart Hurricanes at
Adelaide Oval on Friday night.
Can the Strikers bounce back after
a loss to the Hurricanes on Monday
Can our local lad Travis Head get
back on the horse and notch up
another big ton, like we know he
Watch the action live to find out
the answers firsthand.
Marley and Me
Channel 9, 7pm, Saturday
This film is about a cute, little
puppy. Are you sold yet? Thought
you would be.
But, seriously, this movie follows
two newlyweds who purchase a
mischievous golden Labrador pup
and their story of the troublesome
dog-turned valued member of their
Definitely a great feel-good movie
to slump down on the couch with
a bowl of popcorn and have a
relaxing night full of laughs (and,
maybe, some tears).
Home Alone 2:
Lost in New York
Channel 11, 6.30pm, Sunday
This instalment may not be as good
as the ultimate Christmas movie,
Home Alone, but the sequel gives
a substantial nod to classic 1990s
movies and the genius of former
child star Macaulay Culkin.
A year after Kevin (Culkin) was
left home alone and had to defeat
a pair of incompetent burglars, he
accidentally finds himself in New
York City, and forced to stop them
again; this time, from robbing a toy
is the New Black
If you haven't seen this online
phenomenon: A) where have you
been? and B) get home right now
and binge watch!
This award-winning, heart-
stopping, highly addictive Netflix
original comedy drama television
series started out following a
public relations executive's
journey after landing up in a
But it has developed into much
more; the show's tagline, "every
sentence is a story", sums up this
epic saga more effectively.
Spoiler alert: You will get attached
to the characters, bad things
will happen and you will be left
devastated. But you'll always want
more -- I challenge you to watch
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