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The Canowindra Phoenix Est 2008

Wednesday 5 June 2013

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Issue 253

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Thanks: earlier this year a group of Canowindra High School students assisted the Canowindra Community Players with the painting of scenery backdrops and, as a thank you, last week the school received a $200 donation to go towards the art department. Thank you to the Players for their kind donation, & the marvellous opportunity this experience provided the students. Containers: the Food Technology department of Canowindra High request donations of plastic storage containers of any shape or size ie margarine containers, ice‐cream containers. All containers need to have lids please & can be dropped off at the school for Mr Smyth. Size: thank you all for accepting the smaller 4 page format of The Phoenix after the 'hiatus' last month. Now things (ie Jo's coping skills) have improved, next issue will return to 8 pages. If you have anything you would like to include in The Phoenix for next week, please leave a message on 0418 413 753 or email (the best option) phoenix@canowindraphoenix.com.au The Phoenix will also be available earlier Wednesday morning at the newsagency. Please note that The Phoenix relies upon advertising to pay for the cost of production & distribution. Thank you for your support.

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FIRST HEALTH COUNCIL FOR CANOWINDRA The newly formed Canowindra Health Council attended their orientation last week, held at the Community Health Centre by Western NSW Local Health District Community Engagement Co-ordinator, Illona Parnaby. The orientation included discussion on the roles of Health Councils, the Local Health District Board and Medicare Locals as well as an overview of the services provided to the community through Canowindra Health Service.

“Health Councils play have a valuable role in advocating for the community on health matters, participating in health service planning and working with the Health Service in promotion of health” said Ms Parnaby. The Health Council will be meeting on the second Thursday of every month with their next meeting on Thursday 13 June where they will commence discussions on health priorities for Canowindra.

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A TASTE OF BRAZIL COMES TO CANOWINDRA Sydney-based singer/guitarist Anna Salleh BREAD on Fridays was first captivated by the beauty of Brazilian music as a child, when she saw the film 'Black Orpheus'. It introduced her to the enchanting world that is bossa nova and much more. Over the years, Anna’s vocals have featured in world/jazz ensembles from Sydney to CAULIFLOWER Melbourne, and Kuala Lumpur to the Cauliflower is low in fat, low in Edinburgh Festival. Most recently she spent carbohydrates but high in dietary three months in Rio de Janeiro performing with local musicians, seeking out the wisdom fibre, folate, water & vitamin C, possessing a high nutritional density. of bossa nova elders and other teachers, and deepening her understanding of Brazilian Cauliflower contains several phytomusic. chemicals, that may be beneficial to Her journey of musical discovery led to an human health. Boiling reduces the radio documentary, a show and live CD, levels of these compounds, however ABC which was launched to full houses in both other preparation methods such as Sydney and Brisbane last year, and has been steaming, microwaving & stir frying, enjoying national airplay since. have no significant effect on the As well as performing a gorgeous selection of compounds. Brazilian tunes Anna interprets gems from A high intake of cauliflower has been other genres. “I pay homage to music that has communicated an essence to me – of joy, of associated with reduced risk of sorrow, or something less tangible – but no aggressive prostate cancer. Cauliflower is a reasonable substitute less moving,” says Anna. for potatoes; while they can produce “From the irrepressible beat of sambas to the melodies of bossa novas and a similar texture, they lack the starch enchanting choros; from the joy of Ella Fitzgerald to the of potatoes. dreaming of Joni Mitchell; and from the Cauliflower has been noticed by soaring purity of Eva Cassidy to the mathematicians for its distinct fractal passionate Ladino depth of Yasmin Levy.” dimension predicted to be about 2.8. Anna is touring Western NSW now, Source en.wikipedia.org accompanied by Stan Valacos on double bass For some incredible cauliflower and Brazilian 7-string guitar, and will be recipes, for those with internet, go to performing next Friday 14 June 7pm at Taste http://bit.ly/14Ms261 for Canowindra. Tickets are only $70 per person "The 10 Best Cauliflower Recipes" for dinner and show by phoning 02 6344 2332 from The Guardian, 6 April 2013 as bookings are essential.

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HISTORICAL FUTURE FOR GENERATIONS Thanks to good management and hard work over the years, the Canowindra Historical Society is in a sound financial position. It also has a loyal membership of around 100 people and enjoys support from many local business and the Cabonne Council, but the Society needs your help. We need volunteers. We need people who will donate a couple of hours of their time every now and then to open the museum, do a bit of cleaning, a bit of maintenance, a bit of administrative work. We need people who are interested in helping to build on the work that’s been done over the last forty five years to ensure that the community’s history is kept safe and relevant for future generations. Without that new input the continued operation of the Society and Museum may be compromised. This is your history Canowindra. What can you do? Whatever your skills are, they will be put to good use. Commencing in a few weeks, a series of open days will be held at the Museum to re-introduce the community to the keepingplace of its history. These days will also incorporate training sessions for new and potential guides and will be advertised in The Phoenix. In the meantime you are welcome to contact Anne Vincent for further information, via email annevincent@netspace.net.au, phoning 02 6344 1817, or call in at Millinery Matters 90 Gaskill Street Canowindra. YOUNG FARMERS NSW Farmers will be holding a function for younger farmers at the Eugowra Bowling Club on Tuesday evening 25 June 2013. "The idea of the evening is to bring together the younger farmers and their partners from around our District Council area, whether they are members of the association or not," Maree McKay, Chair of the Canowindra District Council of NSW Farmers. "Tegan Knok who is the Chair of the NSW Farmers' Young Farmer Council is coming along to meet everyone, there will a meal provided and a fun quiz, and I emphasis fun," Maree said. "Invitations will go out to farmers who we know and who are under 35 or so as well as members but of course we don't know everyone. "I'd encourage anyone who would like to join us at the Eugowra Bowling Club on Tuesday 25 June to contact myself on 0428 443 515 or Frances Anderson 6859 2202," Mrs McKay said.

CALENDAR OF EVENTS: keep up to date at www.canowindraphoenix.com.au June 7: Canowindra Food Basket 9:30am-12noon at the Uniting Church Hall Blatchford Street June 7: Adult Survivors of Child Abuse - Cowra Support Group. Contact Pascale on 02 6342 1612 June 7-10: Swinging Bridge Cellar Door opening hours 11am-5pm @ 35 Gaskill Street Canowindra June 8-9: Vintage Enduro Poker Run @ Broadview Longs Corner Road June 10: Public Holiday: Queen's Birthday long weekend June 10: Old Vic Inn open for breakfast, lunch & dinner, phone to book on 02 6344 1009 June 12: Interrelate Family Services seminar "The Challenge of Disciplining Your Child" 5:30-8:30pm @ Canowindra Health Centre FREE. Call 02 6360 0895 for more info June 13: Canowindra Health Council meeting June 14: Canowindra Food Basket 9:30am-12noon at the Uniting Church Hall Blatchford Street June 14: Anna Salleh & Stan Valacos "A taste of Brazil" 7pm @ Taste Canowindra $70pp 02 6344 2332 June 15: Cumnock Monthly Markets 9am-12noon Cumnock Crossroads Park June 21: Canowindra Food Basket 9:30am-12noon at the Uniting Church Hall Blatchford Street June 30: Folk @ Canowindra 4-6:30pm @ Taste Canowindra 42 Ferguson Street. Feature act Steve Bevis from Newcastle


CALL TO ARTISTS: STAND TALL AND DELIVER! Maybe you are an artist, or chances are that you will know someone who would like to have a go at share their creative talents. Later this year, the River Bank Gallery is holding two people's choice exhibitions that are open to anyone who wants to participate: 'TALLS 2013'; and 'Stand and Deliver - The Life and Times of Ben Hall'. Both of these exhibitions open Saturday 7 September. The 'TALLS 2013' exhibition is one of the Gallery's most popular annual exhibitions that most of you will be familiar with. It has been successfully running for 8 years and attracts more artists each year. The theme is open and the idea is that each artist parts on the same sized canvas 12'' x 24'' with the canvas oriented in portrait, or 'tall' fashion. The results are diverse and artists have always come up with wonderful paintings within these constraints. Entry forms for the 'TALLS 2013' exhibition can be found on River Bank Gallery's website www.riverbankgallery.com or calling Catherine or David on 02 6344 2778. The 'Stand and Deliver - The Life and Times of Ben Hall' exhibition is part of the Bushranger Jubilee celebrations being held the weekend 11-13 October 2013. The canvases for this exhibition will be 16" x 20" and the prize money for the work with the most votes is $500!!! To join in, all you have to do is complete an entry form; come in, phone or email us to buy a canvas; create your artwork; and then deliver your entry form and artwork to the Gallery by the due date, which is Monday 2 September 2013. Good painting and good luck. The artist with the most votes at the end of the exhibition will be the winner. KNIGHT FOR THE DAY? Central West based charity cycling team ‘Four Fit Ladies’ are auctioning off a day with the Newcastle Knights this June on Ebay! The fantastic item is for four people to ‘Be a Newcastle Knight for the Day’ includes front row tickets behind the player’s bench at a home game, a chance to meet the players and coaching staff, a tour of the change rooms pre -game and an opportunity to gain autographs in the change rooms post-game! “This is a chance of a lifetime for any Knights fan and is truly a ‘money can’t buy experience’ which has been kindly donated by the Newcastle Knights,” said Jess Ware, member of Four Fit Ladies. The cycling team will be embarking on an epic fundraising adventure in November, cycling 450km from Vietnam to Cambodia. The challenge is to raise funds for Arthritis NSW, which is a non-government health charity that seeks to improve the quality of life of those affected by arthritis and other musculoskeletal conditions. The team have been raising funds for Arthritis NSW since December 2012 primarily throughout the Central West. “We have had raffles, trivia nights, market stalls, auctions and many other fundraising events. So far we have raised almost $30,000”. Jess Ware said. The ‘Be a Newcastle Knight for the Day’ experience will be listed on Ebay for 10 days, beginning 5 June and ending 14 June. The item number is 271214922485 or just search from "Be a Newcastle Knight for the Day". The experience is for four (4) people and can be a combination of adults and children and cannot be transferred or re-sold. There is no accommodation or travel package with this prize.

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STEPPING UP THE PACE Now construction of the path has started, the generosity of the community is being realised. "Having been part of the Canowindra Fitness Path working party, from the outset it is Central West CD launch gratifying to see the commencement of the ground works for this anticipated health 3 course meal & show $70 initiative in our town", said David Francis, one www.tastecanowindra.com.au/events of the dynamic Fitness Path working group. Lodge Canowindra was very proud to contrib- 42 Ferguson St. Canowindra ute to the cost of the work by presenting a cheque for the sum of $1,400. This money was raised at the recent Balloon Glow event at this year's National Ballooning Championships, and brings the total raised by Lodge members www.tastecanowindra.com.au for the path to $3,450. The Fitness Path project also received a $300 cheque for assisting with catering at the recent, very successful Canowindra Community Players production "Panic Stations". The next fundraising effort will be the canteen for the Vintage Enduro event being held at "Broadview" on Longs Corner Road over the long weekend. So if you are looking for something different to do this weekend, head on If you are interested in finding out about out with your family to see some great motorcycle action and have lunch whilst supporting National Broadband Network the construction of a great community asset. Fixed Wireless

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NBN Information Day: 12 June 2013 Regional Development Australia Central West Regional Development Australia Central West will receive $25,000 in funding from the will be available to provide information at Australian Government for a Connecting Canowindra Services & Citizens Club Communities in the Central West Project, one of 14 new initiatives being delivered across 93 Gaskill Street regional areas to capitalise on the advantages of the National Broadband Network (NBN). th The Central West project is in response to Wednesday 12 June 2013 NBN fixed wireless being rollout in From 11:30 am to 5:30 pm the region. RDA Central West will provide information on NBN fixed wireless to small Information is also at www.nbnco.com.au business, not-for-profit organisations, schools and community members, with a local or by calling 1800 OUR NBN (1800 687 626) meeting to be held at the Canowindra Services and Citizens Club, next Wednesday 12 June from 11:30am to 5:30pm. Minister for Regional Australia, Regional Development and Local Government, the Hon Simon Crean MP, announced Australian Government funding of about $500,000 for 14 projects to be delivered by RDA committees. Four of the projects will be collaboratively delivered by RDA committees across their regional boundaries. Win the experience to be a “These projects will encourage regional communities to engage with the possibilities Newcastle Knight for the Day! of the NBN through local expos, road shows ebay and other activities,” Mr Crean said. “It is important to remember that the NBN is only the highway. The challenge for the RDA committees is to build the applications that Support 4 Fit Ladies & Arthritis NSW Item # 271214922485 will be the vehicles on the highway.”

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CANOWINDRA RUGBY The Canowindra Pythons played host to the Molong Magpies on Saturday, with the predicted wet weather arriving. The game started at a fast pace, however it was the Pythons to have the upper hand for the majority of the first half. Scrums have been a dominate structure this year, with boys like Jordan Irvine, Stuey Gavin and Deano leading from the front, and Maxie O'Ryan and Tom English providing the strength in second row. With the Pythons attacking in the Magpies quarter for a few plays a penalty was soon awarded to the Pythons and Alex Grant's golden boot slotted 3 points over for the boys. Soon the boys found themselves back in the Magpies 10m zone. With Adam Nash finding himself millimetres from the try line, Half Todd Wyburn threw the ball out wide for Alex Grant to launch himself at the line and cross for a well deserved try which he converted. With the half time whistle about to sound Molong spread the ball wide and scored a converted try to leave the score at 10-7 in favour of the men in blue. The second half turned into a real slog fest in the soaking conditions with both teams making a few breaks but handling errors cost any tries. Alex Grant slotted another penalty goal for the Pythons with 15 left on the clock. However the Magpies back line swooped onto a loose ball and scored a try out wide to bring the score to 13-12 still in favour of the Pythons. The next 5 minutes of the game was a very tense affair with both teams picking up the pace a little, though the Canowindra Pythons held on for a great win against the Molong outfit. Points for the day went to Dan Bowd 3 for a great "captains knock"; Alex Grant picked up another 2 points for a great game; and Jordan Irvine and Iain Talbolt got a point each. Players' Player went to Bowser also. This weekend is the long weekend bye and the week after the Pythons travel to Grenfell to take on the Panthers. Also the Grenfell Golden Oldies will be in action before the main game, and they have asked if there are any interested players to come over for a run.

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TIGERS VERSUS COWBOYS Canowindra Tigers first grade was hosted by Gooloogong on a very wet Saturday afternoon for round 8 of the Woodbridge Cup 2013 competition. The boys played well coming home 34-10 winners. Try scorers were Dan Bowman, Brad Bowman, Aaron Earsman, Jayden Brown and Tyson 2. Rob Burn converted 5 out of 6 to make it a good result for the game. 3 points and players player to Tom Roth, 2 points to Sam O and 1 went to Nick Willson. The Tigers youth League played Grenfell in Grenfell on Saturday morning, winning 22-10. With several under 16’s backing up from their morning game to give the boys a hand, the Youth were in a great position form the onset to bring home a win.

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Try scorers were Jayden Brown, Jordi Brown, Dan Holley and Dan Middleton. Matt McLean converting 3 from 4. Alex Willson got 3 points, 2 went to Matt McLean and 1 to Jayden Brown. The Tigers held their annual event on Saturday night with this years theme a Bow Tie Ball. Friends, members and Tigers players attended the evening of games, music and fun. Thanks to the committee and helpers that organised the night and to everyone who attended. It was a great night had by all. There is a general bye next weekend so sorry fans, no footy. Enjoy the time off and we will see everyone on Sunday 16 June for Round 9 of competition. Woodbridge Cup Round 8 Results First Grade: Trundle 16 d Grenfell 12; Canowindra 32 d Gooloogong 10; Eugowra 38 d Condobolin 18; Peak Hill, Cargo bye. Ladder: Eugowra 16, Trundle 12, Cargo 11, Canowindra 11, Peak Hill 11, Condobolin 9, Gooloogong 4, Grenfell 4, Molong 2. Youth League: Canowindra 18 d Grenfell 12; Condobolin 30 d Eugowra 4; Peak Hill bye Ladder: Peak Hill 11, Canowindra 10, Condobolin 9, Grenfell 4, Eugowra 4. League Tag: Grenfell 24 d Molong 14; Molong 18 d Cargo 14; Condobolin 28 d Eugowra 16; Peak Hill bye. Ladder: Canowindra 16, Condobolin 14, Grenfell 14, Molong 6, Eugowra 4, Cargo 4.

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