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Northern Road Upgrade Begins Federal Member for Lindsay, David Bradbury, earlier this month joined representatives from Lend Lease to announce the beginning of construction on a $5 million upgrade to the Northern Road. The Federal Labor Government delivered $5 million funding for major upgrades of the Northern Road to be undertaken, which includes the installation of traffic lights on the corner of Sherringham Road. “This is a significant upgrade that will decrease travel time and improve the safety of motorists, cyclists and pedestrians,” Mr Bradbury said. “Sherringham Road has been a notorious black spot and after having secured the funding for this project several years ago, I am delighted to see these works commencing. “I congratulate Lend Lease on committing to extend the widening of the Northern Road all the way to Borrowdale Way.” Continued Pg 3

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From the Editor Welcome our second edition of the From thetoEditor Jordan Springs Gazette. We received an Here we are in ofAugust already! And amazing amount phone-calls, emails wasn’t July a busy month?about For me, was and wonderful feedback ourit first a month ofmonth. reflection and reminiscing. edition last I spent thinking about already! friends ofAnd the Here time we are in August past and life getsFor some, busy but wasn’t Julypresent, a busy month? it was replace the memories and anothing month can of reflection and reminiscing. we have spent loved Ispecial spent times time thinking about with friends of onespast overand thepresent, years. It’s the lifenice getstosotake busya trip nothing down memory lanethe and remind but can replace memories ourselves of times all thewe special that and special have friends spent with have held partthe in our lives at one time loved onesaover years. orIt’s another. nice to take a trip down memory Thisand month, our ourselves resident experts in lane remind of all the Money friends Matter$that on have page held 8 raise some special a part in interesting points about comparing our lives at one time or another. apples apples comparing This with month, our when resident fitness home Denver loans. Certainly a read expert Oliveaux worth highlights the if you are ofcurrently importance water inassessing your diet,your on mortgage. a new regular page 9. We We alsowelcome have a delicious winter article from Pastor Paul10Marshall of warming recipe on page that’s sure Foothills to please. Vineyard Church on page 6 Spoil and your of course, delicious winter dad nexta month as Father’s warming recipe 10 that’s sure Day falls on the on 1st page September; please to please. spare a thought for those that will Spoil daddifficult next month as Father’s find thisyour time for one reason Day falls on the 1st September; please or another. spare a thought thosecommunity that will For now, enjoy thisfor month’s find this one you reason news andtime this difficult month for I urge to or another. take a moment to appreciate just how For now, enjoy this month’s community wonderful you are! news and this month I urge you to take a moment to appreciate just how wonderful you are!

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Mamre Anglican School is a co-educational

Prep-12 day school with Year 11 beginning in 2015 and proceeding to Year 12 in 2016. The school is committed to achieving high academic outcomes for its students in addition to growth in understanding of the Christian faith.

Mamre Anglican School Talented Cricket Program aims to support the school’s strong academic endeavours by having a high quality, co-curricular cricket program for talented and developing players. For more information on how to be considered for selection in the MAS Cricket Program, please download and complete the MAS Cricket Program Registration Form from our website ( • The school provides programs in all Key Learning Areas from Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12 • MAS Private Bus servicing the area • Exciting extra curricular programs including Music, G&T, Football, Gymnastics, and Futsal • Creative Arts groups: ensemble, choir, dance • Other In-school activities

Mamre Anglican School ph: 9834 1881


10 August 2013

PARENTS’ CORNER Article by: Narelle Smith (Family Worker) NepeanStudent-Wellbeing Worker – Mulgoa Public School Nepean Community & Neighbourhood Services Ph: 0409 986 121 Centre: 4721 8520 Blog:

“If I had my child to raise all over again, I’d build self-esteem first, and the house later. I’d finger-paint more, and point the finger less. I would do less correcting and more connecting. I’d take my eyes off my watch, and watch with my eyes. I’d take more hikes and fly more kites. I’d stop playing serious, and seriously play. I would run through more fields and gaze at more stars. I’d do more hugging and less tugging.” – Diane Loomans Which do you do most of – hugging or tugging? Touch is so very important for humans. Psychotherapist, Virginia Satir, says that we need four hugs per day for survival, eight hugs per day for maintenance, and twelve hugs per day for growth. Tiny babies that have all of their needs attended to but don’t receive touch, affection, and attention are at risk of dying from ‘failure to thrive’. It’s so easy to touch and hug our little ones because they are so cute and climb all over us a lot of the time. But older kids need hugs too, just as much as the little ones. They need hugs and positive attention more than they need iPads, iPods, and Minecraft. Humans are first and foremost social and emotional beings, not logical or rational. We are very good at building bridges, and spaceships, and super computers, but essentially we all have the need to belong – to other people. I see so many kids, lost in the technological world, but struggling socially and emotionally because what they really need is their parents’ attention and affection. The Commonwealth government recommends that children aged between 5 and 18 years should have no more than 2 hours of screen time (from all sources) per day (http://raisingchildren. Attention is a good thing. It’s a survival mechanism. If your child can’t get attention from the most important person in her world (that’s YOU), who is he or she going to get it from? How much of that attention is positive and how much is negative? For every negative way of parenting there is a positive way of parenting. As Diane Loomans so eloquently says, she would do less correcting and more connecting. What is filling your children’s hearts and minds?

Upcoming Workshops (see http://handsheartsminds.wordpress for descriptions of these groups)

Special Playtime 4 Sept South Penrith Neighbourhood Centre

Mulgoa Fair

Sweet Partnership of Support

10am – 12:30pm

Triple P Avoiding Parent Traps 8 to 15 Aug 10am – 12pm Floribunda Community Centre ... For parents who have completed Triple P For other parenting groups and workshops visit

WHAT’S ON @ Floribunda Community Centre 1 Floribunda Avenue, Glenmore Park

Kids Fun & Fitness

A programme for kids 5-14, builds confidence and skills, while having lots of FUN. Only $5 per week, on Wednesdays, from 4pm to 5pm.

FREE Tax Help

Need help with your tax? Earn under $50000 last year? We can help you prepare and submit your tax return free of charge.

Golden Afternoons

Like movies? Like meeting new people? Like yummy afternoon tea? Come along to our FREE movie afternoons. Second Thursday of each month, from 1.30pm, for over 55s. Call Julie for more information on 4733 1499

11 August 2013

The Luke Priddis Foundation is proud to announce a new partnership with Lollylicious, an independently owned, award winning ‘gift experience’ based in Sydney, offering a convenient online gift solution with that special WOW! Winner of the 2012 Local Business Awards and Finalist in the 2013 Australian Business Awards, Lollylicious pride themselves on their strong commitment to quality, creativity and perfection! The aim of the Luke Priddis Foundation is to maximise the Country Market Day o Family Fun Event services and opportunities available to children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. The focus of the Foundation has in recent times narrowed specifically towards looking at ‘social skills’ of children on the Autism Spectrum, with a network of services aimed at providing an age appropriate pathway to learning and developing invaluable skills that unfortunately, unlike other children, the ASD child does not naturally develop. Lollylicious have designed a ‘Signature Luke Priddis Foundation Chocolate Ferrero Rose’, in which they will make a donation to the Luke Priddis Foundation for every Signature Rose purchased Mulgoa Public School atMulgoa events.Road As an extension to this, Lollylicious have also designed a new Chocolate Bouquet ‘All My Love’ in which a donation will be made from each bouquet purchased online, by telephone or email. More information can be found at Lollylicious and Luke Priddis Foundation are excited at the opportunity to work together as both organisations continue to Major Sponsor: Fernhill Estate support and service the local community. Front Edge Photography, Jadco Homes, Superb Landscaping, The Luke Priddis Foundation is proud be an official charity Shipways Effective Plumbing, Nadato Concrete, Essential partner of Lollylicious and we look forward to a successful long Bodyworks, Penrith Professionals Real Estate, APM term partnership. Communications, Anytime Fitness Emu Plains, Penrith Mazda Centre, Mulgoa Veterinary Clinic


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Sunday 25th August 10am - 3pm

Market/ Food stalls Jumping Castle Face Painting Live entertainment Arts and Crafts Kids Activities Pony Rides Putt Putt Golf

Thank you to our sponsors

From the Principal’s Desk

Llandilo Public School Principal: Bruno Zuliani “BUSY” is the buzz word for our school at this time of the year and provides an accurate snapshot of the many activities available to our students. So far this term our girls and boys have spread their wings from our local Wilson Park for the running of our Annual Athletics Carnival to the iconic Sydney Opera House where our recorder group students have attended rehearsal for a major production to be held later in the year. Our Chess Club students have competed in a competition at Penrith RSL and our talented musical performers have entertained visitors to the school during Education Week as well as “bringing the house down” at the Cranebrook Music Festival. In late July NRL Game Development Officer Kate Parkinson visited us making a presentation to the school of footy jerseys for our Rugby League players. We are thrilled with the support given to our students by the NRL and the Panthers Club. Kate’s expertise, organisational skills and commitment are always welcome and appreciated by school staff and our students and their families. Watch out Manchester United and Liverpool FC. Our soccer teams are doing well and up for the challenge. Not to be outdone our netball teams are also firing on all cylinders. Just a reminder to new and local residents that we welcome enrolments to Llandilo Public School for 2014 and, we are happy to take enquiries and show you around our beautiful school. August 2013 13

PAWS A WHILE We are Expanding!!!

With Orchard Hills Veterinary Hospital 377 Wentworth Rd, Orchard Hills Ph: 4736 2027

Thank you to all of our clients and furry friends who have helped us to expand our business. It is hard to believe that only 3 and 1/2 years ago, we were a one veterinarian practice! We have steadily built up the business to employ a second veterinarian (Erin) and extra nurses. We are now about to employ a third veterinarian. To accommodate the new veterinarian, we will be building a new consultation room. So the builder and plumber will be hard at work to build the new room within the next month. Feel free to drop in and check out the new facilities. Again, thank you for your patronage, we truly appreciate the friendships and referrals to your friends. Without you we would not be growing!

Open Day 2013

We are starting to organise this year’s Open Day. Our celebrity guests in past years have included Dr Chris Brown in 2011 and Dr Katrina Warren in 2012. They are hard acts to follow. I wonder who will be coming to this year’s Open Day?? You will have to wait and see!! We are planning the same fun things as the previous years, including jumping castles, sausage sizzle, dog competitions, face painting, hospital guided tours and lots of stalls. Watch this space for the celebrity and the date.

RSPCA Cupcake Day

A Cupcake Day is a great way to raise awareness and money for the RSPCA. We are hosting a Cupcake Day at Orchard Hills Veterinary Hospital on Monday 19th August 2013 between 9am-7pm. Pop in to enjoy a cupcake (or two!) and even a ‘pupcake’ for your beloved pet. We have made ‘pupcakes’ which are dog friendly and do not contain any chocolate which is toxic to dogs. If you are unable to make it here on the day, then you can still contribute to the RSPCA via an online donation.

Vote for Us in the 2013 Penrith City Local Business Awards!

Yay! We have been nominated in the Penrith City Local Business Awards. Vote for us by voting online at, the category is Pet Care. Or come in and fill in a voting form at the hospital.

Orchard Hills

Veterinary Hospital

Please feel free to pop in anytime and meet the team at Orchard Hills Veterinary Hospital. Call 4736 2027 to make an appointment. Check us out on Facebook & online at

For Appointments call

4736 2027

Camille Brandt BVSc(Hons 1), MVS(SAP) Erin Short BVSc(Hons 1)

Consulting Hours

Monday to Friday: 9am-7pm Saturdays: 9am-12pm Check out our website for more information or Join us on Facebook

Services provided include: • General Surgery (desexing to orthopedics) • Vaccinations, in-house pathology, • Radiology, Dentistry, • Visiting specialist radiographer & ultrasonographer, • Puppy preschool, • Grooming, hydrobath, • Home visits, • Cat boarding, kitten adoption, • Secure off leash dog park

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Community Noticeboard Sunday 25th August

Monday August 19

Thursday August 15

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Thursday August 15 South Penrith Probus Club

Glenmore Park Community Centre 10:00am Visitors welcome Social Club for active retirees Contact Merle Blatch ph: 4733 1614 fax: 4733 0986

Saturday August 17 (3rd Saturday each month)

Lower Blue Mountains Rotary Clu b

Monthly Markets Glenbrook Infants School, Ross Street, Glenbrook. Rotarians helping their commun ities.

Saturday August 17 7.00pm for 7.30 St Marys’ Band Club Great Western Highway, St Marys Tables of 8 @$120 per table at To book your table, please register t. pan rtici mPa /tea drf.o alk.j ://w http asp?participantID=24 and click ‘donate’ More info, ph: Julie – 0402 109 602 or Shane – 0408 230 894

Nepean / Blue Mountains Prostate Cancer Support Group 6.30pm. Lecture Room 1, Learning & Development Unit, SWAHS 2 building Nepean Public Hospital Tonight we have as our guest speaker Dr Anthony Lowe the CEO of the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia who will speak on “Recent Advocacy Success for treatments by the PCFA”. All meetings are available to males and their partners who are seeking information on this cancer, and who live in the Blue Mountains, Blacktown, Hawkesbury and Penrith areas. Come along and experience the caring and benefits offered by our Support Group whose moto is ... YOU ARE NOT ALONE. Alan Moran OAM, President 1300 133 878 www.

Monday August 19

Nepean Evening VIEW Club Nepean Evening View Club will be holding its Dinner meeting at Panthers Penrith 7:00pm. Cost $25 . Women of VIEW support the Smith Family’s Learning for Life project. New members warmly welcom ed. Details & bookings: Joyce 473 1 2851

Tuesday August 20 (3rd Tuesday of each month) Solo Circle of Friends Club for Over 55’s who enjoy social interaction through weekly outings, lunches, dinners etc. – South Penrith. To join, send self-addressed envelope and contact details to Secretary, PO Box 7557, South Penrith 2750

** Fortnightly

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Senior Ladies Train Travellers 2nd & 4th Friday each month Retirees 60 and over looking to find ways of travelling using Seniors Concession Rail ticket $2.50 combined with unaided walking for exercise. Guest speakers, discover new places and friendships, group meetings. Enquiries– send stamped, self addressed envelope & phone contact to: Senior Ladies Train Travellers PO Box 7710 South Penrith NSW 2750

Friday & Saturday Augu st 30, 31 9am – 5pm Lollylicious POP UP SHOP

Southlands Shopping Ce ntre Maxwell Street, South Pen rith

Offering A HUGE collecti on

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Wednesday September 11 Arthritis NSW Penrith Branch Meeting


Mulgoa Public School 017 Enquiries: Sarah 0438 390 Glenmore Park Monthly Market Last Sunday of Every Month

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Ropes Crossing Markets

c/- St Marys & Mt Druitt Rotary Clubs Community Hub - Pulley Ave Ropes Crossing Rotarians helping their commun ities.

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Sunday August 25 Country Market Day 10am – 3pm

10am – 2pm Glenmore Park Community Centre Cnr Luttrell Street & Town Terrace

(Last Sunday each month) 9am - 2pm

CWA Hall Tindale St, Penrith Coffee available from 9:30am Further details – Diane 9623 9789

Thursday September 12 h Meeting Red Cross Penrith Branc CWA Hall Tindale St, Penrith 0am Coffee available from 9:3 3 9789 962 ne Dia – s tail de Further

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13 August 2013

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