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From the Editor As we come to the end of 2013, it is timely to reflect upon all that has happened over the past 12 months. Hasn’t the year just raced by? The first part, a flurry of the usual activity, the constant chasing of tails and getting nowhere, the latter part marred by devastating fires, followed by torrential rains. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all the people affected by the bushfires and storms. May the Christmas season bring some hope and joy to your lives. December brings with it the much anticipated ‘Grand Opening’ of the Jordan Springs Shopping Centre, an event NOT to be missed! Read all about it on page 1. As always, we have some excellent reading to get you right into the Christmas Spirit, not to mention some truly delightful Christmas recipes on page 17. It has been my absolute pleasure to bring YOUR community news to your letterbox this past year, and I look forward to the year ahead, as this wonderful community grows and develops! For now, as the most special time of the year for children approaches, I will end by wishing every reader, their families and friends, a happy, peaceful and restful Christmas season and may you all enjoy good health, peace of mind and happiness in 2014. We’ll be back in February to keep you up to date on all the goings-on around your neighbourhood!
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ANGLICAN CHURCH UPDATE
Rev Adam Taylor • Christ Church Castlereagh and St Toms Cranebrook • Church Lane Castlereagh & 29 Callisto Dr, Cranebrook • Phone: 4730 3434
8am @ Christ Church Castlereagh - Traditional Style Service • 9.30am, 6.30pm @ St Toms Cranebrook - Contemporary Style Service
My name is Adam Taylor, I am the local Anglican minister. I was a high school maths teacher, who was frustrated (like most maths students) by a belief that there was more to life than algebra and calculus! I was committed to my students learning but I knew there really was more to life than mathematics. The something more is Jesus Christ. The birth of Jesus is the source of our society whipping itself into a frenzy for the month of December in readiness for a great day of celebration. Sadly many people I meet dread Christmas Day. The gathering of relatives, the travelling from one place to another, the tantrums of overtired and overfed children, could the day please just end! Just like many a maths lesson. I hope the day does not end. In the manger that first Christmas lay Jesus, God’s Son. On the night of his birth, the Bible writer Luke tells us, an angel announced to some shepherds, “Fear not, for behold, I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. 11 For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord.” (Luke 2:10-11) Christmas is a time to celebrate, for it recalls the love and kindness of God who sent his Son into the world that through his sacrificial death in his early 30’s we could have a restored friendship with God. This is reason to celebrate, for Jesus brings purpose to life. We at St TOMS plan to celebrate and would love for you to join us at our annual Carols in the Park
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December commences the time. However Aquinas argues that they can operate in space www.gordonleven.com Christian Year. The year is divided and time. To apply the verb ‘to be’ is best achieved by analogy as in to seasons: Advent [when the basically it is not known what angels are but the Scripture points coming of Christ is considered to the belief that they have ‘being’ as we believe that God ‘is ’. both past and in the future] Perhaps by saying that angels are ‘thinking thoughts’ effective about changes and events in space and time such culminating in the celebration of in bringing • Tune & Service • Registration Inspections • Puncture Repairs as the Archangel Gabriel’s Christmas; Epiphany:[ ‘showing’ • Wheel Alignments • E-Safety Checks • Child Restraint Fittingappearance to Mary, we come to a the Hope of the Gospel]; Lent:[a plausible basis on which to strengthen belief in their existence. • Brakes & Suspension • Female FamilytoFriendly Thus as we & prepare celebrate the birth of Jesus a reflection period •ofFleet selfService and community examination on our way of life] culminating in the crucifixion on the role of angels in our world can be a positive in our belief 24 Hour Truck Tyre Roadside and Resurrection of Jesus; Ascension and Trinity [ concentrating that Jesus is truly God with us. Assistance - 0428 354 500 At Saint David’s on Christmas Eve beginning at 11pm the on dogma (teaching) and on ethics] An aspect of the Christian calendar is to note the role of service of nine lessons and carols is held. This places our thoughts Nepean Valley Day Club Doorswithin to the Community! the history and future hope that is in Jesus whom we call angels. No doubt in current thought to beOpens consideredits irrelevant. the Christ. culminates the HolyLeague Communion. One is recorded in Scripture of the volunteers Archangel NSW OfficeThe andservice the Returned andinServices of Australia In important August, 16role dedicated, enthusiastic and caring To all readers: every good wish for a Holy Christmas and a Gabriel a Palestinian Jew, the Mary, that (RSL) (NSW Branch). opened‘announcing’ the doors toto a new senior’s social clubVirgin for the Penrith/ she would become pregnant. The baby once born was named Happy ThereNew are Year. 72 Day Clubs across NSW, and while their focus is Nepean Community. Rev John Hebblewhite Emanuel meaning ‘God with us.’ by Christmas celebrates this event. veterans, they are open to everyone, not just the ex-service At a Public Meeting hosted the Penrith RSL sub-Branch angels? It was the theologian Thomas Aquinasa who inWhat June,are a unanimous decision was made to establish Day community. Day Clubs provide social opportunities and activities carries title the “Angelic Doctor”, for older people who are still living at Club inthe the Penrith/Nepean area. who perhaps is the first to give depth RSL consideration to who the question of angels. Aquinas home, but who are unable to attend The in Penrith sub-Branch asked himself angels In giving more active community programs. sponsors the do Day Club exist. wanted to his answer he first raised the to explain what is meant They also provide volunteers with helpneed reduce social isolation amongby ‘existence’. This has been a perennial subject philosophy. answer is of interest: numerous opportunities to help older people whoinmay be frail, Aquinas’s or ifmay we argue thattrouble their existence readily perceived in our mind: out, learn new skills, make friends, just have getting isout they do not. They do not exist as material reality is perceived and make a difference to the lives and about. to Penrith exist. They are not subject to our categories of space and of others. RSL sub-Branch President, The new Nepean Valley Day Club Neville Barnier said the Day Club will meet each Wednesday from program meets the aims and in Health the forSalvation Army objectives of the RSL in providing Alignment, Balance,10am-2pm Empowerment, Optimum Life Hall at Glenmore Park. Each week the assistance to older members of our Specialparticipants Services Price Range volunteers December will provide community, beyond the normal exSwedish We are offering to Jordan Springs residences, $40 – 60 withfamily a orvaried, program service support we give. 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New Gym, New You, Anytime! ANGLICAN PARISH The UPDATE community of Jordan Springs are about to be spoilt with their very own gym, with Minister Matt Olliffe • Anglican Parish of Mulgoa • Phone: 4774 0422 • Mobile: 0401 958 161
Anytime Fitness due to open in mid-December at Jordan Springs Shopping Centre. “Jordan Springs has a great community vibe, perfectly in line with our mission for our club culture. A new home,We a new community and a new Theaperfect all love our children, but lifestyle. they have difficultmotivation road to Really Useful Christmas Gifts for joining us on our journey to a healthier and fitter way of life” said excited owners travel, one that we may not always be there to help them As a cynical male, I come to Christmas gift giving with Ramy and Mary. with. We have more worldly experience than they. So we the default understanding that it is about commercial Anytime Fitness willneed be open 24 hours a day, 7the days a week. Customerstoare provided to equip them with gifts and resources meet the exploitation, consumer expenditure, retail trading, and with their own security access key/card and can also visit any Anytime Fitness gym giving over-indulged kids overpriced junk that will be challenges that lie ahead. They might not understand why through the Anywhere Club Access. You’ll find all the latestmight cardioprefer machines, strength things that discarded within a matter of weeks. Sadly, this is often true we give them these things. They Penrith Cityfor Councillor equipment as well as personal training. immediately gratify. But they will thank us later the really of Christmas. They are currently offering VIP pre-opening membership packages. This includes $0 But another way to think of gift giving that can useful gifts. Thethere Travel is Professionals joining fee (saving of $99). will alsoI be never be to repeated rates for spiritual Founding AsThere a Christian, want my to kids have the best redeem Christmas gift giving tradition. It is a way of Centrothe Lennox Emu Plains Members. firstname.lastname@example.org weapon of all, the good news of Jesus Christ, found in the thinking4735 about 4200 giving Christmas gifts that C S Lewis portrays Anytime Fitness Jordan Springs will be atisJordan Springs Shopping Centre, 1 Lakeside bible. Jesus Christ God who became man, to bring us to in a beautiful scene in The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. Parade, Jordan Springs. Contact phone number is 0488 855348.stable, Visit the website www. God. Jesus was born in a Bethlehem but died on a The problem in Narnia is thatwww.emuleonaygazette.com.au it is winter but never Christmas. DECEMBER 2013 Delivered monthly to Emu Plains, Emu Heights & Leonay Issue 84 anytimefitness.com.au and search Jordan Springs. Jerusalem cross, taking the punishment for our many sins. r Sneak Peek before the BIG Opening! But the true King, Aslan, has come, so the witches’ power is breaking. Father Christmas arrives, bright Christmas! and jolly as He rose again on the third day, defeating death, hell and the Our PetsSoare Wishing for a Merry ever, to give presents to the children, Peter, Susan and Lucy. devil. He now reigns as ruler at the right hand of the Father It’s estimated that 13% of Australians will buy their pets a present at Christmas, so to judge the world and bring in his kingdom. return ‘These are your presents’, says Father Christmas, ‘and they andtowill with this in mind, Petbarn Penrith Mulgoa is calling on local residents also help These aren’t fairy stories, but articles of faith, based on are toolsinnot toys. timebehind to usethe them is perhaps near atannual animals need by The getting Petbarn Foundation’s Giving Tree eyewitness testimony and Jesus Christ’s own word. hand.’ 10). much-needed Father Christmas Peter shelters a swordacross and the Appeal,(chapter which raises fundsgives for animal country. How does shield, a bow andappeal arrowslocal andresidents a horn, and bottle a $3, $5 or $10this news equip my kids? Because they will face To getSusan involved in the can Lucy simplya purchase a broken world, full of sin, sadness and death, and they are of potion decoration, and a dagger. Father was equipping thethe Petbarn Christmas which comesChristmas in two parts - one to hang on Penrith part of that broken world. This is not depressed pessimism children for theTree warand at hand. Mulgoa Giving one to take home for their very own family Christmas tree. optimistic There a similar scenethe in appeal J R R Tolkien’s Lord ofby the Rings: All fundsisraised through will be donated the Petbarnbut Foundation to reality. God has given us the gifts to deal with the future. To localFellowship animal shelters including theelves RSPCA, Bendigo Animal The of the Ring. The of Loth Lorien and Rescue, their The Lort Smithequip our kids to deal with the future, we have beAustralian realistic. They will need spiritual weapons to fight a Animal Galadriel Hospital, Peninsula Rescue, The Cat Cat Haven The queen give the Cat 9 companions giftsCorner, for their trek toandto spiritual battle. Animal Protection Society. Mordor. These gifts are not trinkets. They are precious and If you want to understand our world for the sake of our Lastprovisions year over and $209,000 was raised through Thethem Giving Appeal, and this year, vital weapons that will enable to Tree survive kids, I suggest you read Romans 1:18-3:20 in your bible. If you the Petbarn Foundation is aiming to exceed this amount. a perilous journey. want to understand the good news of Jesus, the best and “We know that many pet parents from all over Penrith City will be coming in store to Now, for very young children, of course, toys are tools. buy presents for their furry or finned friends as part of family Christmas celebrations. most precious gift God could ever give, read Romans 3:21 They learn by playing. And learning should be fun. But the While they’re here we’re encouraging them to get behind this fantastic cause,” said to 5:21. motive of gift giving in these two fantasy scenarios is very Debbie Harrison, Store Manager, Petbarn Penrith Mulgoa. Every Christmas blessing to you and your family. different to the one that says, ‘I’ll give you whatever you “Buying a Christmas decoration for our Petbarn Penrith Mulgoa Giving Tree is an Rev Matt Olliffe want to indulge you, stop your whingeing, and get you off easy way to help support pets in need. Sadly, we see an increase in pets being housed Minister, Anglican Parish of Mulgoa my back’. after Rather, giftseason, givingsoknows person to whom at shelters thethis festive we arethe hoping to raise as much funds as we can the giftsupport is given, the after future, sees what ”that Please Join us for our Christmas Services... to help ourlooks local ahead sheltersinto looking these animals, said Debbie. person most needs for what lies ahead, and gives them really 6pmuntil Christmas Eve, St Paul’s Warragamba Family Service The Petbarn Foundation Giving Tree fundraising promotion will run 24 useful things -expensive and precious tools, weapons and (with Kid’s Program) December, with the funds presented to the nominated charities in the New Year. provisions to help them negotiate difficult To find out--more contact Petbarn Penrith aMulgoa ... quest and 11pm Christmas Eve, St Thomas’ Mulgoa survive the battles lie ahead. 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At St Joseph’s students will experience: • Religious Education that enriches their faith • 21st century learning that supports students individual needs • A diverse curriculum and extra curricular activities such as Voice of Youth, Creative and Performing Arts, Sport and Mathletics • A Strings programme for all Year 3 & 4 students • Learning supported by the latest technology • Learn to swim programme • Passionate and professional teaching staff • An actively involved parent community At St Joseph’s we provide a safe, caring, friendly environment in which students feel valued and grow in their relationship with God and each other. We strive to provide our students with the best possible learning experiences in an inclusive environment based on our Catholic faith.
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C�pus Christi Catholic Community
invites you to cele�ate Christmas with them CHRISTMAS EVE Children's mass Christmas vigil mass Midnight mass
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CHRISTMAS DAY 9:30 am
86-94 Andromeda Drive Cranebrook Tel (02) 4730 1249 Email firstname.lastname@example.org www.corpuschristi.org.au
Corpus Christi Primary PRIMARY CRANEBROOK
We work in partnership with our parish, families and local secondary schools, Xavier College, Llandilo, Caroline Chisholm College (girls), Glenmore Park and St Dominic’s College (boys) Kingswood to provide quality Catholic schooling from Kindergarten to Year 12.
Enrolling Now WE OFFER • Learning environment enriched by faith and values • Broad curriculum including Religious Education • Wide range of cocurricular activities (sport, creative and performing arts, academic competitions,etc) • Dedicated and professional teaching staff • New and Integrated technology including interactive whiteboards, laptops and iPads • Learning support and enrichment programs • Transition programs (Kindergarten and Year 6 for high school) • Extensive recreational and sporting areas • Active and supportive parent community For a tour of the school please contact Corpus Christi’s principal, Mr Richard Blissenden For enrolment information please contact: Corpus Christi Primary, Andromeda Drive, Cranebrook NSW 2749 tel 4729 0696 fax 4729 1202 email email@example.com www.cccranebrook.catholic.edu.au
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From the Principal’s Desk
Llandilo Public School Principal: Bruno Zuliani Dear Friends of Llandilo Public School, What a year it has been! Our learning community can hardly believe that our Kindergarten students have all but completed their first year of schooling. In addition our Year 6 students are about to celebrate the conclusion of the final chapter of their Primary School journey, with the Year 6 Farewell to be held shortly at St Mary’s Leagues Club. Impact of the fires in the mountains are still resonating with so many staff and students from both public and private schools having suffered from the devastation. Our community as always rallied together at this time of need and we raised $400 and in a small way assisted charities helping the victims. As the festive season approaches and the academic year draws to a close, I would like to congratulate our girls and boys for their wonderful commitment and capacity to engage with the many programs and initiatives available to them through our school. To new residents of Jordan Springs our staff and students wish you a safe and enjoyable Christmas and New Year and we look forward to welcoming you to our learning community early in 2014.
Nominate a Senior for Local Awards Member for Penrith Stuart Ayres MP is encouraging the Penrith Community to submit a nomination for the 2014 NSW Seniors Week Local Achievement awards. “Seniors make an important contribution to our community and these awards are one way in which we can show our appreciation for the talents, skills and generosity of this impressive group,“ said Mr Ayres. “We are calling on people to nominate seniors who make a difference to their local community,” said Mr Ayres. The 2014 awards will celebrate seniors for their achievements in various categories. Mr Ayres said that he is keen to celebrate the vital and important role seniors play within our community. “I believe it is important to give thanks where it is due and these awards are Penrith’s way of showing its appreciation for these exceptional seniors” said Mr Ayres. Nominations for the 2014 NSW Seniors Week Local Achievement Awards are now open and close on Friday 28th February 2014. The awards will be presented to celebrate 2014 NSW Seniors Week which is being held between 15 March-23 March 2014. For details and online nomination forms visit www.nswseniorsweek.com.au or call the Seniors Information Service on 131244.
My Kindest Regards. Bruno Zuliani (Principal)
EXTRA BIN COLLECTIONS THIS CHRISTMAS •
From Monday 23 December 2013 to Friday 17 January 2014, extra bin collections will be provided to all households.
Unit complexes with a collect and return service will also receive extra collections from their bin bay during this period.
Put all your bins on the kerbside the night before your normal collection day.
More bin collections take more time and may run into the night. Leave your bin out until it has been emptied so you don’t miss out.
If you don’t know your collection area, check your waste service calendar, go to penrithcity.nsw.gov.au or call 4732 7615.
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Article by: Narelle Smith (Family Worker) NepeanStudent-Wellbeing Worker – Mulgoa Public School Nepean Community & Neighbourhood Services Ph: 0409 986 121 Centre: 4721 8520 Blog: http://handsheartsminds.wordpress.com
In the October issue of the Gazette, I gave you some strategies for resolving sibling conflict and rivalry. It was such a big topic that I had to split it into two parts. Here is Part 2 … • Role model for your kids what relationship repair looks like. If you have roused on the kids and you feel like you went too far, lost your cool, got it wrong, or responded from your own stuff rather than being logical and reasonable, you can apologise to your kids for your behaviour. You can talk about what you said or did that was mistaken and what you think you could have done better. This is good modelling. Just never make your kids responsible for YOUR feelings and behaviour (own them), never make your kids responsible for making you feel better, and never ever beg for their forgiveness. • Do the “kid swap” on a regular basis. When your kids have their friends over they are usually at their best behaviour. When you send your kids off to someone else’s house to play, they are usually on their best behaviour. I really like the kid swap, and will have up to 6 boys in my tiny little house on a regular basis. It is wonderful to see how well the children can get along. • As Dr Laura Markham says “love each one the best”. This is different to treating them all the same. As your children get older it becomes too hard to treat them all the same. One will have a birthday party invite and the others will not. That’s life – there is very little equity or sameness. However, be careful that you speak positively about each of your children and give each of them your love, care and attention. A work colleague of mine years ago told me that growing up she thought she was Mum’s “special one”. She was one of eight children. One day at lunch, sitting around the table with her adult siblings, they each said they thought they were the special one, the one that Mum loved the best. I can almost guarantee that Mum did not spend hours with each of her eight children each day. She demonstrated her love and care to provides for interactions children of all ages. the each child in themusic qualityeducation of the small throughout day, each and every day. • Have house rules - not because the kids are going to follow them 100% of the time, but because rules communicate your expectations for their behaviour. State them in a positive way, 2 YEAR OLD so that the kids know what to do rather than what not to do. So, Lots of singing, percussion, instead of saying “no games hitting: say “we keep our hands and feet to dancing and musical ourselves”. a family meeting once per LITTLE week, and allow the THEY LOVEHave IT! children to have their own say about what is working for them and what is not. MUSIC 3 the YEAR OLD TV, X-box, etc, • When children are fighting over computer, incorporating singing, percussion, the logical consequence is to switch it off for five minutes. When music & movement,musical games, they come back to the activity atco-ordination the end of the five rhythm, minutes, development, OF MUSICAL FUN!go away for 10 remind them that if they fight overLOTS it again, it will minutes. Increase the time by five minutes each time. Make sure you apply the logical consequence immediately and consistently. Follow through with what you say you will do. Switching it off for short periods gives your kids the chance to get it right. When you’veMUSIC got to theCOURSES stage where you have switched the machine off for a half hour, the kids know that studying it has gone away for the day Grouplet piano/keyboard courses all styles music for tomorrow. students from 4 years of age. and they canoftry again andPull ensemble experience. • Kids fightingIndividual in the car? over and have a five minute Quiet Reading, aural and rhythmic skills developed simultaneously. Time.Musically It’s toostimulating, dangerous to drive whilst the kids are carrying on effective, in an unpressured environment, in the back. Students grouped in small classes according to age. • You can use reflective listening to sort out a stoush between siblings by reflecting what they are saying and how they are feeling. Don’t storm in and ask the two most stupid questions that parents ask – “Who started it?” and “What happened?” You’ll never get a straight answer, you will be forced to take sides, and you may get it wrong, setting the scene for further resentment and conflict . Dr Laura Markham demonstrates a great way to resolve children’s disagreements at http://www.ahaparenting.com/parenting-tools/ family-life/siblings_fight .www.ismaustralia.com That’s it for this month. Wishing you peaceful sibling interactions this holiday season.
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Insurance ... How much cover is enough? Under insurance is a huge problem in Australia, mainly because many of us tend to overlook the fact that a member of our family could become critically ill, injured or worse, pass away. Essentially, we ignore the risk and figure that it won’t happen to us. Therefore we don’t prepare for the associated financial risk. I don’t need to tell everyone that this is a naive view –serious illness and accidents happen to people everyday and although we all hope it doesn’t happen to us or our loved ones, none of us are immune. Secondly, many of us are not accurately aware of the financial risk if something unforeseen should happen. Most people are aware of and understand life insurance and many have cover, either held in super or directly, but more than half have insufficient cover to maintain the family lifestyle in the event of the insured’s death. To Calculate life insurance we normally look at the clients expenses, debts and income requirements to determine how much is needed for the family, then take into consideration the assets available and use insurance to cover the gap. The expense component, often referred to as clean-up, normally includes funeral costs, legal costs and other expenses that surround the death of an individual. Some also like to include additional funds to cover time off work and the like. This amount is usually relatively small and fairly consistent, ranging from around $5,000 to $25,000. Most clients require both partners’ incomes to service debts; therefore in general, clients will need to have sufficient cover to pay down most or all of their debts. If all debts are paid down the family will be able to keep all assets, most notably the family home, with no debts against them. This is important even in the event of a nonworking spouse. Income requirements are an often forgotten part of the insurance calculations. In many cases, even without debts, the surviving family will have insufficient income to meet expenses. When calculating income requirements it is normal to separate into income required for children and income for the surviving spouse. We then calculate a per annum figure for each, and determine the length of time the income is required. The reason we separate the two is that income for the children usually has a different time factor to that of the spouse. The income shortfall can be hard to determine, but a good financial planner will be able to guide you through this process. Often income requirements may change; a spouse may require more income initially whilst they are “getting back on their feet” or are taking care of the children and unable to work. As an example they may need $20,000 pa for the first 5 years and $10,000 pa for the following 10 years. Once we have determined the income needs and time periods for children and spouse, we calculate the lump sum required to provide that income. Once the three amounts are combined and we have identified the needs, we then subtract the family’s available assets to provide for the above expenses. These include Superannuation, investments and cash, to identify the cover required.
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SECURING YOUR WORLD Farewell Kevin Lee Locksmiths With Brett McVea – National
The1300 people Glenmore Park and the greater Australian community Ph: 897of170 E: email@example.com were saddened to hear of the recent passing of Kevin Lee, the former Priest of PadreisPio in Glenmore Parkisand previous Christmas fastParish approaching and this normally oneGlenmore of our Gazette columnist. busiest times of the year. We do seem to get a lot of jobs to attend Mr Lee was the first confirmed Australian death in Typhoon Haiyan break-ins, as the Christmas trees normally have some nice gifts in the Philippines and is survived by his wife Josefina and daughter under them that attracts the would-be thieves. Otherwise it’s Michelle. because people tend to go andbeen leaveon their unattended. Since leaving the Parish, Mraway Lee had an house extended stay in the Some simple tipsthe to remember the festive season: Philippines andsecurity welcomed birth of his for daughter Michelle Lucila just Make sure you Double cylinder Deadlocks on all perimeter six• weeks before hishave death. doorsLee began his career as a Police Chaplain with the New South Kevin • Make sure you In have keythe operated window locks installed Wales Police Force. 2004, Most Rev Kevin Manning DD, the second Bishop Rev Kevin the Administrator • Lockof Parramatta, your screenappointed doors with the Lee keyasand not just theof the locking Glenmore Park area. In 2005, Bishop Manning appointed Rev Lee as snib Parish Priestlights for the soon to betobuilt Pio Parish. Father Lee • Sensor arethen always handy havePadre installed oversaw the opening of the Parish in 2009, before in 2012. • If you have a house alarm, check to make sureleaving the backup Inbattery recentistimes, Mr Lee explored a career in politics and sought not flat Liberal pre-selection for the seat of McMahon and was defeated • Make sure your safe is fire rated and bolted into the floor. by Ray King. everybody at held National Locksmiths, please have a Lee veryat AFrom memorial mass was on Monday 18th November for Mr Merry Christmas and a happy new year. St Thomas Aquinas Parish in Springwood.
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• Easy • Makes 24 Ingredients 150g butter, chopped 200g dark chocolate, chopped 1/2 cup raw caster sugar 2 eggs, lightly beaten 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 cup plain flour 1/4 cup cocoa powder 100g white chocolate, chopped 6 green glace cherries, halved, thinly sliced 6 red glace cherries, finely chopped Method 1. Preheat oven to 180°C/160°C fan-forced. Lightly grease a 24hole, 1 1/2 tablespoon-capacity mini muffin pan. 2. Place butter and dark chocolate in a large heatproof microwavesafe bowl. Microwave on MEDIUM (50%) for 2 -3 minutes, stirring every minute with a metal spoon, or until melted and smooth. Stir in sugar. Stand for 10 minutes to cool slightly. 3. Whisk in eggs and vanilla. Sift over flour and cocoa. Whisk to combine. 4. Divide mixture between prepared holes. Level tops with a small spatula or spoon. Bake for 12 minutes or until tops are firm. Stand in pan for 5 minutes. Turn top-side down onto a wire rack to cool completely. 5. Place white chocolate in a heatproof microwave-safe bowl. Microwave on MEDIUM (50%) for 1 to 2 minutes, stirring every 30 seconds with a metal spoon, or until melted and smooth. Drizzle teaspoons of melted chocolate over each brownie to form ‘custard’. 6. Top with 2 pieces green glace cherry to make holly leaves and a few pieces of red glace cherry for berries. Stand for 20 minutes or until chocolate has set. Serve.
• For capable cooks • Makes 8 Ingredients 500g mixed dried fruit 125g glace ginger, finely chopped 100g glace cherries, finely chopped 250ml (1 cup) brandy, warmed 125g Western Star Butter, at room temperature 100g (1/2 cup, firmly packed) dark brown sugar 2 eggs 190g (1 1/4 cups) plain flour Method 1. Preheat oven to 150°C. Combine dried fruit, glace ginger, glace cherries and 185ml (3/4 cup) brandy in a large bowl. 2. Use an electric beater to beat butter, sugar and eggs in a bowl for 3 minutes or until pale and creamy. Stir in the fruit mixture. Sift over the combined flour, ginger, mixed spice and bicarbonate of soda. Stir in pecans. Divide among eight 185ml (3/4 cup) mini loaf pans, or eight 5cm (base measurement), 8cm (top measurement), 5cm-deep square cardboard cake cases. Smooth surfaces. 3. Bake for 40 minutes or until a skewer inserted into centres comes out clean. Brush with remaining brandy. Set aside to cool completely. 4. Roll out icing on a work surface dusted with icing sugar until 3mm thick. Cut shapes from icing. Brush cakes with jam. Top with icing shapes. 5. Serve fruitcakes warm with custard. NOTE: Eat-me fruitcakes can be made up to a week ahead. Pop each cake in its own little gift box and tie with a generous bow and gift card, or wrap in cellophane and secure with ribbons.
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With Orchard Hills Veterinary Hospital 377 Wentworth Rd, Orchard Hills Ph: 4736 2027
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Fantastic Open Day with Dr Harry! Thank you to everyone who attended the Open Day on Sunday 17th November. The weather was terrible and it rained all day, however we still had many people visit and stand in the queue to meet Dr Harry Cooper. From the comments we are hearing, Dr Harry was worth the wait and the rain!! Our guests had an opportunity to line up to meet Dr Harry Cooper where he gave advice on dogs, cats and other animals whilst having his photo taken and signing autographs. The hospital tours were very popular, and not just because it gave the guests a chance to get dry and stay out of the rain. Eden and Kristie showed many people through the hospital and explained all of the different pieces of equipment that we have. A hospital tour is a great way for you to see what goes on behind our doors. Dr Harry Cooper judged the dog competitions and the winners received a large bag full of goodies kindly donated by Walking With A PawPose, Woof N Whiskers Pet Minding, Fluffy and Knuckles, Dog Tech, Pets Charming, Boehringer, Hills, Bayer, Zoetis, Dermcare and The Rosehip Specialists. Check out our Facebook page for the list of winners. We also hosted an online cat competition, as we all know that cats are more comfortable in their own home. Check out our Facebook page for the list of winners. A special thank you to Denise and Lorraine for handmaking and donating 2 quilts, which were raffled on the day. The raffle proceeds were donated to The Guide Dogs NSW. The sausage sizzle was a great success, as they filled our bellies on a rainy day! All proceeds were donated to The Guide Dogs NSW. We also had the world’s biggest model dog, Gulliver, attend our Open Day. Gulliver is a Guide Dog replica, who weighs 690kg, is 4.3 metres tall on his trailer, which is 2.3m wide, and 5m long. Travis, thanks for bringing Gulliver!! A special thank you to all of our staff and volunteers who helped out on the day. We could not have done it without you all! Thank you for working in the carpark, the jumping castles, and the BBQ. Thank you’s go out to: Pete, Chrissy, Bill, Hayley, Brian, Mark, Melissa, Nick, Andrew, Chris, Darren, Alex, Bob and Camille’s family. Thank goodness for family and friends!! Thank you to all of the tent holders who braved the wet weather and put on a smiling face: The Penrith Anglican College , Woof N Whiskers Pet Minding, David Darcy, Dog Tech, Fluffy and Knuckles, Pets Charming, Walking With a Pawpose, and Orchard Hills Rural Fire Brigade. If you have any suggestions for future events or what we can do to make an Open Day more enjoyable, please let us know. Your feedback is greatly appreciated.
Santa Claus will be visiting Orchard Hills Veterinary Hospital during December 2013 to take photos with your pets. Santa will be here from Monday 2nd December until Saturday 21st December. The Santa photos are so popular we have extended Santa’s hours, so he will be here all day Monday to Friday (9am-7pm) and on Saturdays (10am-12pm). We cannot wait for you to see Santa’s sensational new throne! Your Santa photo presented in a Christmas card costs $5, with all proceeds donated to the Guide Dogs.
We look forward to meeting you and your pets at Orchard Hills Veterinary Hospital, and please feel free to pop in anytime and meet the team. For more information check out our Facebook, website www.orchardhillsvet.com.au or call 02 4736 2027.
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to 4 states with a very high standard amongst to 4 states with a very high standard amongst the students practicing the art. the students practicing the art. The Nepean Wolves team exhibited great The Nepean Wolves team exhibited great enthusiasm and spirit at the Nationals. Every enthusiasm and spirit at the Nationals. Every year, for the past 5 years, the Wolves club year, for the past 5 years, the Wolves club wins the trophy for the “Best Spirited” and wins the trophy for the “Best Spirited” and “Best Performing” Club, and this year was no “Best Performing” Club, and this year was no exception. exception. The events at the Nationals included; The events at the Nationals included; • Patterns, like kata, a series of moves • Patterns, like kata, a series of moves increasing in complexity as the student moves increasing in complexity as the student moves up through the grades. up through the grades. • Contact sparring. This is done with foam • Contact sparring. This is done with foam swords and the students wear a lot of padding swords and the students wear a lot of padding to avoid any injuries. This is a great way to to avoid any injuries. This is a great way to encourage students to remember to block the encourage students to remember to block the incoming attack before launching an attack of incoming attack before launching an attack of their own! their own! • Paper cutting. This sounds easy, but cutting • Paper cutting. This sounds easy, but cutting a hanging piece of paper with a wooden sword a hanging piece of paper with a wooden sword takes the correct technique. The lines to be cut takes the correct technique. The lines to be cut on the paper are marked, and points are given on the paper are marked, and points are given for accuracy and the straightness of the cut. for accuracy and the straightness of the cut. • Bamboo cutting is done by the black belt • Bamboo cutting is done by the black belt grades. It means performing a series of diagonal grades. It means performing a series of diagonal cuts through the bamboo, with a very sharp cuts through the bamboo, with a very sharp sword, in a downward and upward direction. A sword, in a downward and upward direction. A spectacular event to watch! spectacular event to watch! The Nepean Wolves Club has been running The Nepean Wolves Club has been running Taekwondo classes in the Nepean area for Taekwondo classes in the Nepean area for 12 years, and began Haidong Gumdo classes 12 years, and began Haidong Gumdo classes nearly 5 years ago. nearly 5 years ago. Interested? Call Luke Adlam – 0408 609 464. If you’re interested in knowing more about the Wolves, call Luke Adlam – 0408 609 464.
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Member for Penrith Stuart Ayres MP is reminding local the Yogi replied: residents and community groups to check their gas and electrical barbeques and to be proactive when it comes to maintenance in preparation for a hotPark summer. Glenmore “Over the coming weeks in the lead up the Christmas, many Penrith KEEPING FIT WITH Rj peopleNorth across the region will be hosting their Christmas party barbeques with friends and colleagues,” Mr Ayres said. Staying in Shape Over the Silly Season Cranebrook “If you haven’t already done so, now is the time to check that The weeks leading up to the Christmas break always pose your barbeque is ready for the summer season. the biggest threat to your waist line and fitness levels. Family “All gas appliances including barbeques and portable camping catch ups, drinks with friends and endless Christmas parties, Bookings now equipment must be certified to be legally sold in New South all add up to excess calories being consumed and not enough taken for must PODIATRIS T marked. Wales.being All electric barbecues be approved and calories being burned. Here are my top 5 tips to staying in 2014 shape over the silly season! • M.A.Pod.Assoc “Owners of gas barbeques and portable appliances, including NSW B.App.Sci - Podiatry small cookers and camping lanterns, should check to make sure 1. Eat something light before parties to reduce your chances they Yoga are in Classes good order and have the relevant approval marks of binging on high calorie party food. for all • the day and ensure you drink 2. Remain hydrated throughout before connecting to gas. Always •check for leaks before lighting, ages. Relaxation, water between alcoholic drinks. You’ll feel much better the and when lit, be aware of any unusual flame appearance or smells. Meditation andinStress next day, and be more • motivated to exercise. Conduct any checks a clear, safe location. • 3. Try getting up earlier and getting your exercise session out Management Workshops “Make barbeque gas and electrical safety a priority this of the way. Then you won’t be tempted to skip it altogether. summer,” Mr Ayres said. • • 4. Aim to maintain your current weight, rather than losing For further information and bookings contact: You can find more information about gas and electrical product over this period. safety and check examples of gas and electrical approval marks 5. Fill up your plate with good, nutritious foods such as fruits Judyat Morgan on the Fair Trading website www.fairtrading.nsw.gov.au or call and vegetables first, to avoid the temptation 13 32 20. (Swami Karmashakti) of over eating.
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