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OF THE WEEK
THE MILL INN AND BRIDGE – 1878
The Mill Inn building, on the right, is now a general medical practce on the corner of Seventh Street,
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Community Diary -- PAGE 38
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Alone I sit and wonder, what a life that it may be.
To live in an enchanted forest, amongst the evergreens.
In a small but cosy cabin, made of stone, mud and wood.
Where a small stream would trickle by, where the earth is rich and good.
I could grow my own small garden, sow the ground with seed,
a life that is so simple, quiet,
clean and free.
For this is my dreamworld, that I hope I can nd.
For peace, quiet and freedom and a true peace of mind.
by R. Gurney, Gawler
A GROUP of women came to-
gether to help raise funds for a local
cancer support group, last week.
Hosted by chair of the Gawler and
Surrounds Women's Health Action
Group, Gaye Harden, the event was
held in Gawler East and included an
Guests included Barossa Area Fund-
raisers for Cancer committee members
from the organisation that will benefit
from the money-raising effort.
Committee chair Julie Combe said
all money collected for the group helps
people in the Barossa, Gawler and sur-
"Mainly our donations go into
things like our Home Assist Program
for general and breast cancer patients,"
"We're always updating the pallia-
tive care rooms and, of course, keep-
ing money aside to replace our car that
runs patients to and fro -- we've just
replaced it at a cost of $12,000."
The fundraising group also pro-
vides a free wig-lending service, offers
a voluntary telephone support serv-
ice and has a library resource centre
for those looking to learn more about
At the moment, the group is focused
on providing an extra patient chair at
the Tanunda Hospital's palliative care
room and purchasing a wheelchair for
The Gawler-based women's group
and Barossa Area Fundraisers for Can-
cer are planning on working together
into the future, directing funds and re-
sources where needed.
THE winners of Gawler Community Gallery's
history exhibition have been announced.
Artist Ellen Stein won the People's Choice
Award for her landscape piece 'Walking Track',
while artist Carol Green's piece 'When Industry
Was King' took out the second People's Choice
Both women were presented with their awards
by Gawler Council Deputy Mayor Brian Thom,
at the conclusion of the history exhibition, on
The Gawler 175 Anniversary Open History
Exhibition featured dozens of pieces depicting
old-time Gawler, including cottages, streetscapes,
schools and other iconic buildings.
It was on display from early April and was an
official Gawler 175 event.
Winners of the Gawler Community Gallery's recent
photographic exhibition were (from left) Jan
Worden (second place - Canna Abstract), Simon
Slattery ( rst - Storm Over the Ruin) and Julia
Mannix (third - Laos Booties).
ABOVE: Raising money for the Barossa Area Fundraisers for
Cancer recently were (from left) Sandra Caveney, Dianne
Maas, Jan Tompkins, Elle Fimmel, Gaye Harden, Elizabeth
Whittaker, Diana Dancer, Karen Manley, Elke Wiese and
LEFT: At a Gawler event last week were Barossa Area
Fundraisers for Cancer committee members Julie Combe,
Jan Tompkins and Kate Postill. PHOTOS: Ellouise Crawford
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