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Monday 25 August
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College B - 12
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GAWLER'S Airfield Squadron cadets
were recently surprised by a visit from
a former officer.
Royal Australian Air Force officer cadet
Lachlan Johnston paid homage to his for-
mer squadron, where he was a second of-
ficer, with a visit.
Officer cadet Johnston, from Kapunda,
left the Gawler airfield in April to chase a
position in the RAAF.
Johnston recently graduated from the
RAAF's officer training school in East Sale,
Victoria, and is currently attached to the
base at Edinburgh.
He is set to begin his pilot training at
Tamworth, NSW, in October.
Cadets were thrilled to see their old friend,
who returned to answer questions about life
in the RAAF and shared his experiences in
Cadets were very interested in Johnston's
time at Edinburgh, where it is his responsi-
bility to assist the crew in their duties.
The Australian Air League meets at Gawl-
er Airfield on Wednesdays from 7pm.
Anybody seeking further information
should visit airleague.com.au
FORMER Advertiser photographer and
journalist Barry O'Brien will the guest
speaker at the Gawler History Team's
'Photography and Gawler' meeting on
Mr O'Brien has 46 years experience and has
received multiple awards for both of his profes-
He has covered many high-profile cases for
newspapers around Australia, including the
Lindy Chamberlain trial.
He has written several books and has won
awards as a freelance travel writer and photo
Mr O'Brien is also the past chairman of the
horse trainers association linked to Gawler
In 2007 he was named travel writer of the
year and in 2012 he was named Australian
Society of Travel Writers photographer of the
Gawler History Team chairman Brian Thom
said securing Mr O'Brien was exciting and his
address should not be missed.
'Photography and Gawler' will be held at
7.15pm Thursday, September 4, in the Zion
Lutheran Hall, at the rear of 22 Cowan Street,
Anybody wishing to attend Mr O'Brien's ad-
dress are encouraged to indicate their interest
by contacting Brian Thom (bgthom@bigpond.
com or 0412 015 990).
LOCAL leaders can apply for two scholarships
Through the Leaders Institute of South Austra-
lia, in partnership with GM Holden, a leader in the
advanced manufacturing sector and a leader in the
northern Adelaide community will be selected for the
The successful candidates will take part in a 10-
month Governor's Leadership Foundation program
Applications for the program close on September 8.
For more information: leadersinstitute.com.au/
institute.com.au or 7070 0960.
ANGLE Vale Lions Club has re-
cently been granted permission
to charter a new club, which can
occur once it has 20 or more
Angle Vale Lions co-ordina-
tor Dorothy Lewtas describes the
achievement as exciting and "the big-
gest thing that can happen in a Lions
Lions international president Joe
Preston will charter the club, trans-
ferring all 20 members into a fully
fledged 'Lions Club of Angle Vale' on
August 31 at the Hilton Hotel, Ad-
The new club will hold a charter
dinner on November 22 at the re-
cently opened Angle Vale Gardens
If you are interested in 'helping
your community', get in touch with
the Angle Vale Lions by contacting
0416 452 925 or anglevalelionsclub@
Meetings are held at the Angle Vale
Gardens Community Centre on the
second and fourth Wednesday of ev-
ery month, with a 6.30pm start.
Lions club chartered Looking for leaders
O cer Cadet Lachlan Johnston (centre) with Wing Captain Martin Ball, O cer Commanding
South Australia Wing (left), and Second O cer Andrew Jacks, Gawler Air eld Squadron,
during his recent visit to the Gawler Air eld.
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