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Gawler Skating Club
THE Gawler Skating Club is
based at the Gawler Sports and
Community Centre, Nixon
Terrace, and covers two types of
skating, roller derby and artistic
The artistic roller skating club has
some great news, with Lucy West
returning from the National Artistic
Roller Skating Championships recently
held in Queensland. Lucy finished
10th of 16 competitors and did an
The Gawler Skating Club has
training sessions three nights per week
plus a Saturday morning training
session followed by Star Classes,
voluntarily run by the club.
To see the club in action, head to
one of their training sessions; they also
have classes for the youngsters.
Check out Gawler Skating Club's
Facebook page or contact its secretary
Claire McNamara (0406 920 995).
Lions Club news
HAVE you been to the Lions Club
The Lions Club Market is held on
Sundays at the Gawler railway station
and features fresh produce, to trash
and treasure stalls, with all fees going
to funding local projects.
For over 40 years the Gawler
Lions Club has been supporting the
Gawler community, installing the
rotunda in Pioneer Park, providing
air-conditioning in the elderly centre,
funding the installation of rest rooms
at the Gawler Palliative Care unit and
many other projects.
The Gawler Lions Club is always
keen for new members.
For more information, contact new
club president David Schwartz (0428
496 304) or head to their membership
night on July 22 at the Gawler RSL
clubrooms, from 7.30pm.
Save the date
THE Gawler Veteran, Vintage and
Classic Car Club Swap Meet is
For over 25 years the Gawler
club has hosted its car swap meet in
With the club having over 400
members it now has the largest swap
meet in South Australia.
Car club meetings are held at 7pm
on the third Tuesday of each month,
at the Gawler Sport and Community
Centre, with new members and guests
Remember, if you would like your
group's event shared, send in a few
lines to email@example.com
TARRA is the Animal
Welfare League's Pet of
A very sweet
Dane/pointer, Tarra is
stll learning that the
big wide world isn't as
scary as it seems.
She would love to be
part of a loving home
who will help show her
that the world can be
super fun and introduce
her to new and excitng
and ongoing training
will help you become
best friends with Tarra
-- paired with lots of
cuddles, of course.
Visit the AWL and
spend some tme
getng to know Tarra –
once she is comfortable
with you, you'll see
what a big sofie she is.
Tarra is desexed,
vaccinated and health
checked and you can
meet her at the AWL
at 1-19 Cormack Road,
tmes are 10am to 3pm,
seven days a week.
OF THE WEEK
WARTIME WIRELESS TELEGRAPHISTS
During World War II a RAAF base existed on land now occupied by the Willaston Football Club. The wireless
telegraph secton was located in an underground bunker complex which stll exists.
From lef: Elspeth Scot, Mena Houston, Joan Stace, Avis Ward, Helen Robertson, Shirley Carmichael and
Rae Bull (Harris).
Can you provide any further information about this photograph?
If so, ring Stan (8523 0158) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
View more Gawler history on website htp//www.gawler.nowandthen.net.au
A GUIDE TO WHAT'S ON IN OUR AREA
July 19 -- GAWLER
CHARITY DANCE WINTER
WARMER NIGHT, at The
Grenville Hub, Elizabeth.
Revision 7.30pm, 8pm to
11.30pm ($7 entry). Old style
and new vogue. Hot soup
served but bring a plate of
supper to share. Enquiries:
8522 7203 or 0400 544 527.
July 19 -- LYNDOCH
Three Men In Black, 7.30pm.
BYO alcohol, soft drinks
and water avaliable, with
a $5 supper (proceeds to
institute). Contact: Irene
Liebelt, 8524 4067.
July 20 -- Roses in the
Heartland annual meeting
at Heather Noble's (16
Semmens Court, Freeling)
0428 872 443.
July 23 -- GAWLER
COUNCIL, 9am at
the Elderly Centre, 37
Fourteenth Street, Gawler
South, 8522 2608.
July 25 -- GAWLER BLUE
LIGHT DISCO, 7pm to 10pm
(lock-in), Gawler STARplex,
Alexander Avenue, Evanston
Park, for eight to 17-year-
olds, admission $6, pre-
purchase from STARplex
reception the week leading
up to the disco or at the
door, enquiries to
departing Gawler and
concluding with a
presentation dinner eight
days later on Stradbroke
Island, raising money for the
Royal Society for the Blind.
July 28 -- Reach Out movie
night at Gawler Cinema.
Fundraiser for volunteers
community. Movie, Mrs
Brown's Boys D'Movie, starts
at 7.15pm after light supper,
from 6.30pm. Raffle, lucky
Find us on
Out & About
Perhaps it's time you checked out
the situations vacant page
in today's Bunyip.
LOCAL business, the Zorich
Group, recently showed itself to be
a good community citizen with a
donation to a well-known
The business, which includes a
sports store in Gawler, presented
$4000 to Anglicare to help people in
Zorich Group's Tyson Zorich said
the business was thrilled to assist "such
worthy organisations" as Anglicare via
sale of its enviro bags.
"The culture of Zorich Group is to
have a focus on assisting in helping
create a good community," Mr Zorich
Anglicare is the fifth beneficiary
of the donations over the past 12
months, with breast cancer research
($6000), Kids with Cancer in the
Michael Rice Ward ($5000), Novita
($5000) and the CFS ($5000) also
The Breast Cancer Council will be
the next targeted charity.
Local business donates
Tyson Zorich (left) and brother Michael present a cheque for $4000 to Anglicare's
Jo Christophersen on behalf of the Zorich Group.
If you're a poet and you know it
If you have a poem to contribute to
The Bunyip, send it to PO Box 160, Gawler 5118, or
My work is done,
The desk is cleared,
I nished early,
And not as late as I feared.
I've been working hard,
Sometimes to my max,
But now it's time for me to relax...
Linda J. Emery,
Gawler - too lovely to litter
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