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MEMORIAL PARK THE PLACE TO GO After months of campaigning to improve the Snippets... facilities in Memorial Park to match the landChristmas: if you haven't yet had a chance to scaping and playground, David Cullane, Presivisit the Canowindra Trading Post's Christmas dent of the Canowindra Business Chamber, Shop on the corner of Blatchford & Ryall was please to receive a cheque for $60,000. Streets then you're in for an absolute treat! The grant was made available for the project Nick & Rob have used the space to launch the Community Building Partnership their 2012 range of Christmas decorations, & through program (CBP), which provides funds for comthe way this year is slipping past (it is now groups and local councils to invest in August!) now is the best time to start planning munity infrastructure throughout the for Christmas. Open 7 days from 10am-4pm, community State. you have until Sunday 26 August to get your Although the funds were already safely in the Christmas bling. bank, the presentation was conducted ThursTYPO: the next meeting of the Canowindra day 2 August, to coincide with Troy Grant MP's Business Chamber will be held 7pm Wednesday 15 August at the Services Club, visit to Canowindra to conduct meetings with constituents. not the date previously noted (sorry!).
Waste: Bulky Waste Clean Up Service will be collected from Canowindra kerbside between 20-24 August. Two cubic metres of bulky waste. For further information call the Waste Hotline on 1300 725 415. Thanks: to all the generous souls who contributed men's clothing for the Bathurst Correctional Centre. Rev Jono & Tony, the Chaplain at Bathurst, were overwhelmed by the response. Your kindness was greatly appreciated. $5 Classifieds: buy, swap, sell for only $5 per insert. Declutter before Christmas...this deal will go for at least until October. Up to 144 characters, which equates to approx 22 words, or 3 lines. You can have as many classifieds as you like, but each ad will only cost $5. Some conditions may apply. Quilts: On Saturday 29 September of the October Long Weekend, Canowindra will host Airing of the Quilts. From the historic verandahs to the shop fronts, cellar doors, guest houses, museums and anywhere else there is a gap or a spare shop window you will find quilts. Quilts of all shapes and sizes, old and new, that have been sourced from the village and surrounding towns. Daroo: awards nominees who would like assistance in completing their applications are encouraged to seek help by contacting Belinda Keniry from the Cabonne Council / Daroo Awards Committee on 6392 3267. If there are enough enquiries it might be possible to get Belinda over here for a workshop. Babysittng: is the most common job undertaken by 12-15 year olds in NSW. The NSW Commission for Children and Young People has developed a set of resources for teens who are working as babysitters & for parents engaging the services of a babysitter. Find out more by visiting: kids.nsw.gov.au/kids/ kidzone/esources/
Mr Grant was excited to be in Canowindra to see how the money will be spent, “Local construction and trades jobs and local businesses stand to benefit from the activity as community infrastructure is built, refurbish or enhanced. “I look forward to seeing the benefits of this upgrade for the Canowindra community." Currently, the toilet facilities at Memorial Park have been described as "appalling" and "an embarrassment" especially when the park is used for community ceremonies including Australia Day and ANZAC Day. Cabonne Council Mayor, Bob Dowling observed, "the naming of the Community Building Partnership program reflects the true intention of the grants. This project truly is a partnership between State, Local and community bodies". The improvements will involve the demolition of the current toilet block and construction of an accessible toilet, along with ladies and gents amenities. As part of the CBP program guidelines, the Memorial Park toilet facilities project will need to obtain final planning by 30 September 2012, with project completion by 31 March 2013.
Fresh local produce Country style meals Dinner Thursday to Saturday Lunch Thursday to Sunday Bookings appreciated... 56 Gaskill Street Canowindra This double block is zoned residential & offers frontage to two streets. Both streets provide sealed access to the block. All underground tanks have been removed & the area completely contamination free. Build your dream home here or units to produce income. Ideally situated close to Bowling Club & only short walk to Main Street shops. Alternatively, start your own Business providing driveway / drive through access & a shop / building already established. Bus shed at the rear currently leased & provides income. Power & water connected.
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PONY CLUB SUCCESS On Sunday 5 August the Canowindra Pony Club Swap Meet had one of the most successful days. With 78 sites and over 700 adults through the gates, the Pony Club raised over $4,000 after expenses. The day started early with gates open at 5am and the barbecue frying up breakfast not long after and was kept going until lunch, with everything sold out. Andrew Holmes, President of Canowindra Pony Club was chuffed, "All Pony Club
members, parents and children should be very proud of what they achieved on the day. "Thanks especially to Bill Watson who orchestrated the behind the scenes work in the lead up to the day taking bookings and allocating sites. Also to Karen Kent for her tireless promotion of the event." Mark your calendars for the first Sunday in August next year, the Swap Meet is one of the Pony Club's biggest annual fundraising events, and attracts good quality stalls.
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Sherry Cream Brussels Sprouts 1 tbsp salt 500g Brussels sprouts, trimmed & halved 2 tbsp olive oil sea salt & freshly ground black pepper 4 slices bacon, chopped 2 Thai shallots, chopped finely 8 button mushrooms, chopped 1 clove garlic, minced 1/4 cup cream sherry 1/2 cup cream Dissolve the salt in enough water to cover the Brussels sprouts in a bowl. Soak the sprouts for 1 hour to remove any bitterness the sprouts may have. Drain sprouts & toss in olive oil, sea salt & black pepper, coat thoroughly. Preheat oven to 245oC. Place bacon in a large frying pan, cook over medium heat, stirring occasionally, until just beginning to brown at the edges, 5-8 minutes. Remove most of the bacon fat, reduce heat. stir in shallots & mushrooms, cook until shallots turn translucent. Add garlic, fry for 1 minute, then stir in sherry & cream until combined well. While the sauce is cooking, lay the Brussels sprouts, cut sides down, onto a baking sheet, and bake in the preheated oven until the sprouts are browned, about 15 minutes. Transfer the browned sprouts to the sauce, bring mixture to a boil, stirring until reduced by half & sauce coats back of a spoon. Season to taste with salt and black pepper & serve with chicken or pork. NOTICE ISSUES A technical problem has meant that some Cabonne ratepayers may receive incorrect water and sewer rates notices in the coming week. The notices for the period from 1 January to 30 June 2012 will be rectified and re-issued within the next two to three weeks. Council’s Communications and Media Officer Dale Jones apologised for any inconvenience. “Anyone who has been issued with an incorrect notice will be notified by mail and additional time will be given for these accounts to be paid,” he said. Ratepayers seeking further information should call Cabonne Council on 6392 3280 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
CANOWINDRA CWA SPRING WORKSHOPS The Canowindra CWA Branch met on Thursday evening 26 July. Approximately 25 ladies enjoyed dinner together at the Old Vic Inn and were entertained by two guest speakers - one international and one local! Margaret (a friend of Conni Christensen, from Dunedin, NZ) regularly visits the Winton Dinosaur digs in Queensland, and spoke about her experiences unearthing dinosaur bones in the harsh Australian outback. Janie Root, who has lived in Canowindra for 4 years, spoke of her first career as a classical archaeologist, and the digs she has done in Antalia, Turkey. We are looking forward to our spring workshops - "Fascinating!", a guide to making fascinators, with Anne Vincent and Bronwyn Guest on Saturday 8 September, and "How to Plan a Posey" floral arrangements with Leanne Stevenson on Saturday 6 October. Anne Vincent and Bronwyn Guest from Millinery Matters will be conducting their workshop in the CWA Rooms, Blatchford Street Canowindra. Participants will be given a little bit of hat history, shown the basics of how to make a fascinator and be able to select from a range of feathers, flowers, ribbons and veil to create their own stylish headpiece. Fascinators are very versatile headwear and suit almost every face shape or body type. They can be worn in a variety of situations such as Melbourne Cup luncheons, race meetings or weddings, and are very adaptable as one size fits all. They also make great gifts. Cost to attend the workshop is $20 per head ď Š. RSVP by Monday 3 September to Conni Christensen at email@example.com or Penny Nash on 6364 0218.
You are invited to Country Conversations 2012
"Meeting the Future of Agriculture" 17 - 19 August 2012 at Cowra Research Station
Official Opening by
Hon Katrina Hodgkinson MP Program includes: Fran Rowe, 2012 NSW Women of the Year; Tess Herbert, Director Australian Lot Feeders association & Participant in the Australian Rural Leadership program; young people thriving in agricultural careers; farm tours & social events.
All welcome - members & non-members, male & female. For information, bookings and program see
MEETING THE FUTURE OF AGRICULTURE It is often said the "change is the only constant". In life and in business something is always changing and it is an accepted that the rate of change is increasing. Farmers are all too aware of this - technology changes, governments change - and change the rules, there are new discoveries so something changes and , of course there is the debate about climate change. This is why NSW Women in Agriculture have chosen to focus on change at their annual symposium, "Country Conversations 2012" being held at the Research Station at Cowra on the weekend of 17 - 19 August. The focus is also on our your people as agents of change. So often the young ones returning to the farm are agents of change in that business. Understandably it is the same in other areas of business too. During the symposium, four young people making a career in agriculture, either in farming, advisory services or research, will address this issue and enter into a conversation with the symposium audience about the opportunities and challenges of a career in agriculture, what their goals are for the future and how they hope to achieve them. Fran Rowe, 2012 NSW Woman of the Year will also address the symposium. Fran established a voluntary rural financial counselling service for farming families facing financial difficulties in 1984 which became the basis for the current national Rural Financial Counselling Service. Also speaking is Tess Herbert from Eugowra. Besides being co-owner and director of three feed lot businesses in central and southern NSW, Tess is on the board of the Australian Lot Feeders Association. She is also participating in the Australian Rural Leadership Program. Michael Cashen, the NSWDPI's climatologist will discuss what has been learned about change and managing change from the climate change issue. NSW Women in Agriculture is honoured to have the Hon. Katrina Hodgkinson MP, Minister for Primary Industries and Small Business, coming to open the symposium.
taste Canowindra taste only open weekends 10am - 4pm til 25th Aug.
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central west launch of new CD Saturday September 1st 6:30pm
Featured at last year's National folk festival All singers, all INCREDIBLE players Award-winning singer/ songwriter and festival favourite bass player, Liz Frencham (Jigzag, Frencham Smith) flatpicking guitar champ Robbie Long (Lawnmowers, Mic Conway) dobro wizard Pete Fidler (Nick Charles, Bluestone Junction)
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Bottle Tree Path Opening Saturday 11th August 2012 2.15 for 2.30pm at Canowindra Public School We have been busy paving and beautifying â€Ś. To celebrate this piece of history we look forward to opening the Bottle Tree Path and hope that you can join us for this afternoon in Canowindra. We will enjoy an afternoon tea following the ceremony and the school will be open for you to view. Please RSVP to the school with your full name & numbers attending at your earliest convenience. If you cannot make this event, once again, on behalf of Canowindra Public School and the P & C Association, thank you so much for your support and your donation to this wonderful project. Please visit our school website after the event to view photos of the opening.
P: 6344 1403 F: 6344 1462 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.canowindra-p.schools.nsw.edu.au
NSW RURAL WOMEN'S GATHERING The Rural Women's Network (RWN) is a state-wide government program within the Department of Primary Industries, part of Trade & Investment, Regional Infrastructure and Services. The NSW Rural Women's Gathering is an annual weekend event organised by local committees with support from the Rural Women's Network. Women's Gatherings are for ALL rural women including: farming women; Aboriginal women; women from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds; mining women; women in the fishing industry; women who live in regional cities, towns and villages; and coastal women. The 2012 Rural Women’s Gathering is being held in Parkes, from Friday 12 October to Sunday 14 October 2012. Early bird registrations close 5pm Friday 24 August 2012. Normal registrations close 5pm 21 September 2012. Being the 20th anniversary of the gatherings, some 350 to 400 visitors are expected to come to Parkes and the gathering committee is very active in planning and pursuing some fabulous ideas for women. To capitalise on the two national celebrations, the Parkes Rural Women’s Gathering has chosen the themes: Reading and Farming. One of Australia’s best known presenters, Jessica Rowe, has been engaged as the National Year of Reading Keynote speaker. Lana Mitchell, Executive Director and Manager of Backcreek Country Pty Ltd, has been engaged as the National Year of Farming keynote speaker. In 2010 Lana was awarded the RIRDC Rural Woman of the Year for NSW based on her cultivation of hydroponicallygrown flannel flowers as well as her work to build the wildflower industry as a whole. A number of tours and workshops can be selected over the weekend, ranging from an African Drumming Course, to cooking, art and gardening. A Viva Las Vegas Gala Dinner Elvis Tribute Show with Mark Andrew, world famous Elvis impersonator will be held on Saturday evening, catered by Eat Your Greens from Eugowra. Hidden Treasures is not an award, but provides a platform to pay tribute to rural women volunteers who donate their time and energy to help others. Nominating a rural woman for the 2012 Hidden Treasures Honour Roll is a great way to celebrate rural women from across New South Wales who give so much of their time to improving our communities and neighbourhoods. To nominate a Hidden Treasures volunteer simply complete a Nomination Form and tell us a short ‘story’ about why your nominee is worthy. For more information or if you need assistance with your nomination call the NSW Centre for Volunteering on 02 9261 3600 or email: email@example.com Nominations close 20 August 2012. The 2012 Honour Roll will be launched at the 2012 NSW Rural Women's Gathering being held at Parkes from 12-14 October.
READ HOUR To celebrate the National Year of Reading 2012, Central West Libraries will be hosting a 24 Hour Read starting on Wednesday 12 September 2012 across the local government areas of Orange, Cabonne, Blayney, Cowra and Forbes. The 24 Hour Read will capture the stories of people, schools, organisations and businesses reading in their own environment in 10 minute timeslots from 11am on Wednesday 12 September to 11 am Thursday 13 September 2012. It doesn’t matter what you read: a book; a newspaper; a street map; a reference manual; a timetable; a letter or report; you can read anything you choose – including an audio book! The photos and stories of the 24 Hour Read will be uploaded to the Central West Libraries’ Facebook page throughout the day to show that we are a reading community. You are invited to participate by completing the 24 Hour Read – Registrations form nominating a 10 minute timeslot within that time and forwarding it to: 24 hour Read, Central West Libraries, PO Box 35 Orange 2800 or email firstname.lastname@example.org You will then be sent further details. Should you have any queries regarding this fun activity, please contact Jennifer Derrick on 02 6393 8142 or email@example.com
To the editor...
Following on from my last letter to the Canowindra Phoenix about local roads it was pleasing to see a a crew came soon after and tweaked the road from Canowindra to the Moyne Nursing Home, but then stopped. Why didn’t they continue on to the River Rd turnoff, a section of road just as full of deeply potholed sinkholes and carriageway subsidence as the bit that was recently attended? Is it a case of out of sight out of mind? It gets worse when driving past the Nyrang Creek railway crossing to the Gooloogong turnoff, the carriageway is virtually non existent. I see when driving yesterday to Forbes crews have wasted money again dumping hot mix in ruts and holes, with no proper preparation of the damaged areas. I’m no engineer, but from observation, water will run downhill to either drain away, or pool if flow is obstructed. It follows then if the verges of a road are higher than the carriageway then rain water runoff will pool beside the road, soak into the substrata, and cause degradation of the pavement. All along the road to Eugowra are broken and / or elevated verges, so I suggest spoon drains need opening and verges need grading to allow proper runoff, or the subsidences and potholing will just continue. The same applies to the Mandurama Rd. I would invite other opinioned readers to submit their constructive comments, so that a basic road maintenance manual can be prepared by the community to meet Councils obvious need for assistance. Stephen Tamplin, Canowindra
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CALL OUT FOR STALL HOLDERS
The Cudal Show for 2012 will be held from 9-4pm Sunday 9 September. Admission: Adults $7, Pensioners $5, Child 6-18 $2, 5 and Under FREE! Family $15. There will be loads of free activities on the day and plenty to do for the whole family. There will be jumping castles, a reptile display, market stalls, bush band, free face painting, a petting zoo, pavilion exhibits, fairy floss, historical displays, the army reserve bushman relay, Elliot D. Inosaur kids free kids craft and entertainment, show bags, horse and dog sections and heaps, heaps more. The lunch shed will up and running with tasty, affordable food for the whole family or bring your own! Cudal Show Society pride themselves in being the most affordable show in the region for the whole family. For more info and the chance to win TWO FREE TICKETS Every week as a fan of the week like us on Facebook www.facebook.com/pages/The-CudalShow/220969251264465 or contact Sharna for more information on 0408 455 308. Stall holders, entertainers and exhibitors are currently being sought, with all types of stalls being accepted, including food and produce vendors. If you are part of a charity, sporting or not for profit group Cudal Show Society would like to hear from you!! They have an exciting opportunity for YOU to fundraise and KEEP the profits! Stall sites are just $15 for uninsured and $10 for insured. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0408 455 308.
BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S
Friday 10 August Movie Night Fundraiser
Book your table for this Friday or Saturday night
Seasonal menu $50 for 3 courses
Time 7pm CWA Hall
Tickets $30 each BYO Drinks
Tickets only available at Preschool THE KING'S SPEECH SPEAKER If you are interested to know some of the inside story on the making of such films as The King's Speech, come along to hear Richard Payten, highly successful film distributor and producer, who is to be guest speaker for the next lunch of the Australian Federation of Graduate Women Inc Central West Branch to be held 12pm Saturday 25 August 2012 at the Canowindra Services and Citizens Club. Richard grew up in Canowindra and has developed a fascinating career in the world of film. The Australian selected him last year for its series “The Culture Makers” as a major figure in selecting significant films made and shown in Australia and recently named him as one of the most influential people in the Arts. He is a managing director of Transmission Films, which is our leading distributor of art-house and historical films, such as the controversial Shame, about sex addiction, plus a new version of Wuthering Heights. RSVP by Friday 17 August to Ms Marianne Payten on 02 6342 6716. Enquiries to Mrs Anne Holloway on 02 6345 1819.
Parent / Teacher Evening at the
Canowindra Bowling Club Function Room
Thursday 9 August 2012 from 4-7pm Please call the school to make an appointment with your child’s teachers on
02 6344 1305
Durkin to Stand Again for Council Anthony Durkin announced today his intention to recontest his position as a Councillor for Cabonne Council in the September local government election. Councillor Durkin, a respected Police Officer and resident of Canowindra, has already served a full term on Cabonne Council. He is keen to continue his work into a second term to see through the many projects and initiatives he has worked on with fellow Councillors over the past four years. These projects include the development of the Canowindra Fitness Path and the completion of the sewage system for Cumnock and Yeoval. “My priorities are roads, economic development and tourism,” said Councillor Durkin. “Roads are crucial and I see it as my job to push for more of Council’s assets and resources to be directed into fixing the roads across the whole shire.” “We also need to continue to work pro-actively on the sustainable economic development of the whole shire,” he says. “Creating opportunities for current businesses to expand, making the region more attractive to new businesses and actively working to bring new businesses into our towns and villages. "We should do this sustainably, with a vision for the future of our children, our farmers, our businesses and our environment.” Durkin advises. On Council amalgamation, one of the most contentious issues of the past twelve months, Durkin’s position is clear, “I am against the amalgamation of the eastern area with Orange City Council under any circumstance and will continue to strive towards strengthening the alliance we have with both Wellington and Blayney Councils.” Durkin believes communication is key to his role as a representative of the rate-payers of Cabonne and is committed to improving the process of contact, reaction and reply to requests from residents. “This will be a new era for Cabonne Council with a new General Manager and Councillors representing the entire shire rather than individual wards,” he says. “Being a Councillor is a hard job, but I am fully committed to another term and will strive to represent all the ratepayers of the Cabonne Council area.” Pictured above is "Durko" being a hands on Councillor at the Free Public Barbecue held at Canowindra Pool in March this year to thank the community for their patience whilst the amenities block was being upgraded.
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Canowindra Health Service Betterlife Gym
Indicates gym availability for general use. Occasionally the gym may be closed due to unavailability of supervisor. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Save the date:
The hospital gym is available for use by groups or individuals for a gold coin donation. This is used to maintain update the gym and equipment. Supervision is to be provided by a trained staff member. Clients may only use the gym independently once they been orientated to the gym, have attended three times with supervision and are able to use the machines and complete their exercises safely. Please sign in the attendance diary each session and complete your individual exercise sheet to maintain a record of your progress. Clients may work in the gym during designated times, Monday to Friday as per gym timetable (most weeks). The gym is closed on weekends and public holidays. Individual programmes can be arranged to suit your needs. Bring your favourite exercise music to work to. Group classes in Day Hospital and Physiotherapy departments cater to all ages and abilities. Small children are not allowed in the gym for safety reasons. So…..How about gathering some friends and starting a fitness and strength programme together. Phone Ash, Sue or Angela in the Physiotherapy Department on 6340 3017 or Cheryl in Day Hospital on 6340 3016. “Exercise…you don’t have to take it seriously, only regularly!”
Don’t let Winter stop you...there’s plenty to do in and around Cabonne in August
Aug 8: Canowindra Interagency Meeting 2pm at the Canowindra Community Health Centre. Aug 10: Breakfast at Tiffany's preschool fundraiser 7pm @ CWA Hall. Tickets $30 from the Preschool. Aug 11: Tigers v Grenfell @ Sports Oval 1:40pm kick off for Youth League. Aug 15: Canowindra Business Chamber meeting 7pm at Canowindra Services Club. New members welcome. Jo 0418 413 753 Aug 17: History in the Club: Wythes: Farming family at Canowindra 12pm @ Services Club $15pp w/ lunch RSVP 6344 7100 Aug 17-19: "Country Conversations 2012" with NSW Women in Agriculture @ Cowra Research Station. More info on 0428 443 515 Aug 22: NSW Farmers annual dinner & AGM @ Services Club 6.30pm. Non-members welcome. Book with Frances on 6859 2202 Aug 24: Daffodil Day Cancer Council fundraiser www.daffodilday.com.au. Aug 25: Gary Raymond APM & OAM FREE Suicide Prevention Workshop 9.30am-12 Cowra Salvation Army Hall followed by light lunch. RSVP Kim on 6341 1313 by 22/08 Aug 25: AFGW Central West Branch 12noon @ Canowindra Services Club. RSVP by Friday 17/8 to 02 6342 6716 Aug 26: folk@canowindra feat. Battler's Ballad 4-6pm taste Canowindra 42 Ferguson St. Contact Nerida 0429 048 603 Aug 26: 4WD Tag-a-long Tour with Simmo's Offroad Tours. Explore Abercrombie River National Park & Caves rated easy-medium. Call Greg 0415 641 343 Aug 30: “Profitable Beef in a Challenging Future” Forum @ Bathurst RSL. More info www.rdacentralwest.org.au or contact Staci at firstname.lastname@example.org or 02 6369 1600 Sep 1: Colours of Spring 2-4pm @ All Saints' Anglican Church $8 admission inc arvo tea & gorgeous displays & exhibitions. Sep 1: Jimmy the Fish @ taste Canowindra Sep 8: CWA Spring Workshop: Fascinating! 2pm make your own fascinator. $20pp RSVP by 3/9 to email@example.com Sep 9: Cudal Show 9am-4pm Sep 21-22: CANOWINDRA SHOW!!! Oct 19-28: Orange Wine Week www.tasteorange.com.au heaps of things to do & taste. T HE C ANOWINDRA PHOENIX (ABN 43 292 469 472) is published by Joanne Gaigals & printed locally by COMPRINTING: call Nick on 0402 340 852 For news or ads, please contact Jo on 0418 413 753, 02 6344 2760 or firstname.lastname@example.org 6 RYALL S TREET C ANOWINDRA NSW 2804
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CANOWINDRA HOSPITAL GYM Our Community Gym in the Physio Department of the Canowindra Soldiers' Memorial Hospital is offering two additional timeslots for afterhours users commencing immediately until the end of the school term. Set yourself a goal for the end of the school term and strive toward that each week by attending twice a week and see how improved your mobility and fitness is. For example the Canowindra Show is the end of this term and maybe you will strive toward lowering a size in your clothes, or being able to walk around at the show for the whole day. Monday and Wednesdays the gym can be used in addition to current timeslots from 5pm – 6pm. Thursday afternoon after hours use is 5pm – 6.30pm. Sue Johnson and Angela Ellis will be available to give advice and support to any new users and keep encouraging our wonderful current users. All after hours gym users to please enter via the front of the Hospital and to sign in and sign out for security reasons.
Above: Matthew Lawrence with a 65cm Cod caught in the Lachlan River, weighing in at 3.48kg. Well done Matt! CANOWINDRA FISHING CLUB Mystery Weight Winner was Jake Hamilton who won a $20 voucher to Canobolas Marine. Jake caught a 50cm 2.18kg Yellow Belly when he was fishing with his father Greg at Wyangala Dam recently. The Club has exploded to 34 members and the next meeting is 5pm Sunday 2 September 2012, then the first Sunday of every month from then on. To join, please contact President, Ray Melhuish on 0430 916 249 or Secretary Grant Cummings on 0427 441 921. Alternatively, ask at the bar at the Canowindra Services Extensions Club.
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10am Peace Memorial Church Canowindra
Sunday 12 August
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Thursday 9 August
PARISH OF ST EDWARDS
CATHOLIC CHURCH CANOWINDRA
Sunday after Pentecost Saturday 11 August: Sunday Arvo Gathering Eleventh 9.30am Peace Memorial Church Eugowra & Sunday School Canowindra 6pm Sunday 12 August: 11.15am Cranbury Church Sunday 12 August 4pm Gathering at Peace 8.30am Canowindra Memorial Church Canowindra 4-6pm at the 10am Cargo 5pm Cudal
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Sport CANOWINDRA TIGERS RUGBY LEAGUE It wasn’t the day for all the Tigers on Sunday with the 19s the only team to come home winners. Both the Girls and Seniors were in front till the last 5 minutes of their games but couldn’t hold out the defiant Eugowra Eagles. Plenty of mistakes were made across the board. Dropped balls, forced passes, missed tackles and missed tags wee the order of the day. Jayden Brown stepped into half back for the First Grade, backing up from the 19s game. He had a standout performance which was rewarded with tries and points. Again Brett Traves strapped on the boots and was instrumental in holding the boys composer and controlling the games flow. Results as follows League Tag: Canowindra 20 to Eugowra 24 Try scorers were Jess Fisher, Sally McLean, Maddie Vitnell and Alicia Earsman. Mel and Millie converted one each and Alicia Earsman deservingly received players player. 19s: Canowindra 34 to Eugowra 16 Try scorers were Dom Ashe 2, Harry Myers, Matt McLean, Phil Tarrant, Dylan Beer and Matt converted 4 and Dylan once. Deadly Devlin steam rolled it in for players player and points went to Nick Willson, Deadly and Matt McLean. 1st Grade: Canowindra 22 to Eugowra 24 Try scorers were Browny 2, Brett Traves and Peta Pita. Brendan Traves was successful in 3 conversions. Browny was awarded players player and received points along with Aaron Earsman and Peta Pita. This Saturday is the Tigers last home game and will to be held 11 August. It is also Past Players Day so we welcome all past players to come and watch the game and celebrate the Canowindra Tigers Football Club with free drinks and nibbles while the games are on. Kickoff is 1.40pm for the League Tag and 3pm for the Seniors. Celebrations to follow at the Canowindra Services Club with the band ‘McAddie’ playing from 8.30pm. Thanks once more to all our supporters and sponsors for making our Club what it is as we aim for another successful season.
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110 Gaskill Street CANOWINDRA PYTHONS PROGRESS It is with great sadness that the Canowindra Rugby Club lost one of their stalwarts last week. Chris Wren who was not only the strapper for the club for 25 years, he was also a great club man. As remembered by Tony Grant during speeches, Tony spoke of how Chris not only strapped the players each and every week of his 25 years at the club but also would be seen selling raffle tickets, cooking the barbecue and/or anything else that needed doing the course of each season. It was also great to see one of Chris's favourite players, his grandson Ben Boschenok, take to the field on the weekend. Chris would of had a big smile on his face watching that. RIP Chris Wren. Last Saturday the Pythons hosted their last home game of the regular season against the West Wyalong Weevils. With it being a nice warm winters day, there was a good crowd to cheer the boys on. The game started well for the home side with plenty of possession and good field position. Similar to the last few weeks, the boys were pushing that last pass sometimes when it was not even needed, which resulted in the forwards getting plenty of practice in the scrums. The ever hungry Jack Knight soon made his impact in the game with a great dart from the back of the ruck and barged through for the opening try of the game. Dan Muldoon converted. The next try came with the boys in great field position again and Paddy Hayes found himself lurking in the back line and showed the boys how to put a nice pass on the chest with his off load to Mitch Collins for Mitch to score his ninth (as he keeps on telling us) try of the season. The conversion was waved away. The rest of the half was controlled by the Pythons but the Weevils were able to
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keep themselves in the game with some good scramble defence and a few dropped balls from the men in blue. The second half was not the best one from the Pythons although the boys controlled the game for most periods of play. With the boys starting to get tired in defence a few penalties went against the Canowindra side which saw the Weevils attacking the Pythons line for the first time in the game. They were able to get across for a 5 pointer and converted to not only keep themselves in the game, but woke the home side up a bit as well. Dan Muldoon took a quick tap from in his own half and managed to somehow run through the whole Weevils side and score one of the better tries of the season. The West Wyalong side hit back and scored a try in the corner through some tired defence. Doon scored the last try of the match by running off Mark Fisher and gave the boys a bonus point win over a team that the boys should have put a few more tries on, though some poor decisions cost the team a few tries. Points for the day went to Dan Muldoon 3, Adam Nash 2, Dan Bowd and Paddy Hayes got one each, and birthday boy Benny Collins was voted Players' Player. The members draws were won by Eddie Wilkinson and Jenny Bray. This weekend sees the last game of the comp against the Orange Aggies at hypothermia hill at the Ag college. The Pythons have already secured third spot on the ladder with Blayney and Condo above them. This means the first week of the semis the Pythons will be travelling out to Condo to take on the Rams on their home turf. last game of the round. Regardless of the result, the following week the Mighty Pythons will be off to contest the major semi-final against Condobolin, in Condo. Go the Pythons!
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