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WASLEYS Primary School's
Belinda Pringle is among over
150 people nominated across the
wider Barossa area, for a South
Australian Regional Award.
Mrs Pringle, who was a finalist in
last year's regional awards, said it was
a lovely surprise to again be nominat-
ed in the education category.
Wasleys Primary School has just
31 students, with Mrs Pringle, a stu-
dent services officer, responsible for
finance and administration tasks and
the school library.
"I think the kids at the school de-
serve to have the same opportunities
as everybody else in larger schools and
sometimes it's hard to do that when
you have limited staff, so I guess you
just need to step up when you see an
area that has jobs to be done," Mrs
"That's what I do and it's nice to
know people appreciate it."
Mrs Pringle also dedicates much
of her personal time to helping out
around the school.
She has successfully developed a
kitchen garden program at the school,
runs a band and choir, helps to or-
ganise sleep-overs, camps and sports
clinics, and encourages participa-
tion in the City to Bay Fun Run, the
school's mini sports day and physical
education week activities.
Brand South Australia chief execu-
tive Karen Raffen urged people to
continue making nominations, to
ensure the many success stories of the
Barossa region are highlighted.
"We have received overwhelming
support so far this year and we want
South Australians to continue nomi-
nating as we are sure there are still so
many inspirational stories from the
Barossa region that have not yet been
acknowledged," she said.
Nominations for the SA Regional
Awards can be made online (brand-
southaustralia.com.au) and must be
in by Monday, June 23.
The 2014 Regional Awards presen-
tation evening for the Barossa region
will be held on Tuesday, October 7, at
the Gawler & Barossa Jockey Club.
Last year's winners included artist
Jelina Haines, smallgoods producer
Wintulichs and Adelaide University's
-- Ellouise Crawford
SA Regional Award
nominations rolling in
Wasleys Primary School's Belinda Pringle (left) has been nominated for an SA
Regional Award. She is pictured with students Cara-Lee Press-Damiani and
WHEN Mark McMaster joined
the Army Reserves, he wanted to
give back to the community.
"There's a lot of community en-
gagement that goes with it for the
role that we do," he said.
But shortly after joining the re-
serves, the 40-year-old found the
experience had given him much
The Tom Price, Western Austra-
lia, resident, who is now part of a
mounted reconnaissance unit, said
joining the Army Reserves has pro-
vided him with challenges and new-
"For me, it was the first time that
I felt a part of something," Corporal
"They make you feel very valu-
able because there's so many differ-
ent skills within a small patrol and
everyone is needed for their certain
Cpl McMaster said since joining
the reserves in 2006, he has learned
many new skills, which he would
not have picked up in "civvie life".
"There's navigation, survival, liv-
ing off the land," he said.
"We're long-range reconnaissance,
so we're pretty much trained to be
able to go out for long periods of
time in the middle of nowhere."
Cpl McMaster said the army has
also been flexible with his work and
"Most of us guys have all got
young children," he said.
"It's a very good atmosphere."
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