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Young stars get grants
THE Town of Gawler has announced an
initiative to partner with owners of historic
stone walls and Work for the Dole to ensure
these landmarks continue to be part of the
town's heritage for generations to come.
Details about the program and application details
can be found on council's website gawler.sa.gov.au
GAWLER Council hosted a cyber bullying
information and film evening for local families
It comes at the end of a bullying program
conducted in nearly all Gawler schools last year that
aimed to make Gawler a safer community for young
The information night was part of a council-
funded program to reduce anti-social and criminal
activity linked to bullying and graffiti.
Gawler Council funded the program through a
grant from the SA Government.
Buried in Treasure
WOULD you like to learn tips on how to
de-clutter and stop over-acquiring?
The Buried in Treasure group is a self-help and
support group for people who have issues with
hoarding and clutter.
Each week the group will introduce a new skill
from the book Buried in Treasures and discuss what
has become a relatively new social phenomenon.
They will also check in with you about individual
progress, challenges, goals and successes.
This group offers a judgement-free environment
for people ready to make a change in their life.
Contact Centacare (8159 1400 or pace@centacare.
org.au) to register.
THE final touches have been made to council's
overarching strategic plan (the community
Elected members and staff have been poring
over submissions and input from the community
to produce a comprehensive vision, objectives and
action plan to guide the council and community
over the next decade.
Over the coming weeks the plan will go to a
special meeting of council (along with the budget)
and when adopted will be made available to the
community and key stakeholders for final input.
Ageing in digital world
THE Town of Gawler has recently launched
its 'Actively Ageing in a Digital World' video,
produced in the Home Assist and Community
Care digital inclusion project.
Video production went very smoothly, with
our 'film stars', HACC consumer reference group
members, and council and project team staff making
We'd like to thank everyone who was part of the
Visit the council website to view the video.
NOMINATIONS for the 2014 SA Regional
Awards are now open.
Individuals, businesses, groups and organisations
can be recognised for their achievements and
contributions to regional SA.
With a new-and-improved online nomination
system, the entry process for the awards in 2014 has
been made easier.
Nominate at brandsouthaustralia.com.au/
IN acknowledgement of Gawler's 175th year,
Celebration is the theme for this year's Gawler
Entries are open to residents of SA and prizes will
be awarded in adult, youth and junior categories.
More information about the competition is
available from council's libraries, or you can
download the form: gawler.sa.gov.au/page.
Entries close Friday, August 29.
SIX more youths have received
financial assistance for their
sporting endeavours as part of
Gawler Council's Youth Sports
Successful applicants under
round three of the program were
announced in May and were for-
mally presented with their funds
They are: Ethan Gallie (inline
hockey), Jayden Goode (athletics),
Hayden and Nathen Stevenson
(canoe polo), Abbey Supple (ath-
letics) and Brianna Fuller (athlet-
Ethan will represent Australia
in an international inline hockey
tournament in New Zealand next
His mother Carol Gallie said
she was very grateful for council's
"Inline hockey equipment is
very expensive and this grant
has really helped with upgrading
Ethan's equipment," she said.
"It means that he can really give
this competition his best shot."
Applications are now invited
for the next round of sponsorship
grants, with young people aged
between 12 and 25, representing
SA or Australia this year, eligible
Funding of $100 is available for
those in state level competitions,
while $150 is made available to
those entering national competi-
"We want to encourage young
people to fulfil their dreams of
representing their state or country
in sport," Gawler Council chief
executive Henry Inat said.
"We have a strong and positive
sporting culture in Gawler and I
again look forward to seeing many
of our up-and-coming sports
champions in the next round of
Copies of the application form
and guidelines can be found on
council's website (gawler.sa.gov.
Receiving their cheques from Gawler Council Mayor Brian Sambell (centre) are youths (from left) Brianna Fuller,
Ethan Gallie, Abbey Supple and Jayden Goode.
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