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Moving on from the SES Last Thursday night three of the Glass House Mountains SES’s longest serving officers, Graeme Cheal, Ross Lowe and Robert Barry, officially retired. Together the fellas had contributed over 102 years of volunteer service, with Graeme being involved in mountain rescues even before the SES crew formed back in 1980. Story continued page 3.
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What's Happening February 2018 15 Thursday Future projects for Celebrate Glasshouse Country will be on the agenda next week when the group meets at the QCWA Beerwah Hall from 11am12.30pm. Interested community members are encouraged to come along and share their thoughts. To find out more you can contact Judy Tomlinson on 0408 445 988, or email info@ celebrateGC.com.au.
As we work through the week, putting all the individual stories together, I don’t always see any trends or themes emerging. However, as I sit back and look at the final copy that is ready to go to print, I am struck by just how many stories there are about locals and what they give, whether that be through volunteering their time, sponsoring, or emotional and spiritual support for others. Our cover story features three well-known Glasshouse Country locals who have contributed a combined volunteer service to SES of an impressive 102 years. On page 5 we feature a story about the Glass House & District Cricket Club and how they have formally recognised the decades of support that the Elk family have provided the club. Maleny Arts Council acknowledge the legacy left by their Past President and committee members, and Peachester State School says thanks to a wonderful couple who have been teaching Religious Education at the school for nearly 40 years! I hope you enjoy the read this week!
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Ross Lowe, Graeme Cheal and Robert Barry retire from Glass House Mountains SES after combined service of 102 years See story page 3
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By Lea Parkes Continued from page 1. On the evening of their retirement, the Area Controller, Janet Scott, herself an SES volunteer for almost 30 years, acknowledged the hard work, dedication and commitment made by all three members over their time in the SES. A major function of the Glass House SES group has always been Rotarian Kay Farrell with Graeme rescuing people off the Glass House Cheal, Ross Lowe, Rob ert Barry and Rotary President Rod Mountains, which can happen at Jones any time of the day or night and often in their knowledge and expertise allowed them to appalling weather conditions. speedily make the right decision at the time. Both Graeme and Robert had served as first officers Ross Lowe shared with the group that earlier in the and Ross had been the long-time duty officer. week the fellas had been acknowledged for their “However, it is not just the fellas who have done community service by the Rotary Club of the Glass an outstanding job in their commitment to their House Mountains, being presented with plaques as roles, but the exceptional support they have had part of Rotary’s Pride in Workmanship program. from their wives and families has been a big part Member for Glass House Andrew Powell said: of them being able undertake the level of service “What legends these gentlemen are! Their service they have provided the SES,” Janet said. to our community has been simply extraordinary. On the night, Robert mentioned just how much things had changed over the years, with the these “Unfortunately, I think it will be a case that we won’t really know what we’ve lost till they’re gone. I days the first thing that would be undertaken is for one am very sorry to see them go, but wish them “a risk assessment”, whereas in the early days he said they just worked out what needed to be done all the best in their adventures ahead,” he said. and got on with it. In a future edition GC&M News will feature a profile piece with Graeme, Robert and Ross about some of However, with the number of successful rescues their experiences over the past 30 or so years. that have been undertaken over the years, clearly
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Cricket club honours Elk family Over the past twelve months the Glasshouse Districts Cricket Club have undertaken a significant renovation to their net training facilities which has involved many hours of volunteer time and great support from numerous local businesses. Club president Jeremy Shultz said the club is proud of what they have created and they reckon the quality of the facility is unrivalled on the Sunshine Coast. As a fitting tribute to a family that has been pivotal to the clubs on-going success, the facility will be known as Elks Family Training Facility. The Elks family have contributed in so many ways over the years from playing, volunteering, as committee members, coaching, as the Club Patron and as generous financial backers. The late Don Elks commenced playing, with the family’s playing days extended up until very recently when Murray decided that golf was a much better way to spend his Saturdays. The Elks family played more than 700 matches for Glasshouse, Southern Districts, now the Glasshouse Districts Cricket Club, with a combined contribution with the bat and ball over these years of 11,244 career runs and more than 300 wickets. With regards to their contribution ‘off the field’, the GDCC has been very lucky to have had many members of the Elks family who have volunteered countless hours, be it in the
many years of various Club Committee Roles, Junior Coaching roles and the numerous other volunteering roles that were fulfilled. Don Elks was the Club Patron for many years before his passing and now John Elks has taken up this role with the club. Don, John and Murray Elks are also Life Members of the club. The Elks family has also been a longtime financial John Elks, Murray Elks, Ashley Baartz, Jeremy Schultz (President), Jill backer of GDCC and on Forster (Secretary), Thelma Elks, Warren Raddatz (President, Glasshouse many occasions it was Mountains Sports Club) and Malcolm Elks through their generosity that the club was able to Killick, Levi Pearce and Stephen Forster. continue to operate. “We would also like to thank the businesses Greggo on the Digga, Ironbark Timber Products This financial backing has also been in the form and Wildhorse Turf for their generous donations of our longest sponsor relationship with locallyof machinery, time and materials. based Mountain View Poultry. “Finally, special thanks must be made to the “Without the Elks family the GDCC wouldn’t be in the position it is today and the club will be forever individual who was the architect behind the whole project, Ash Baartz. Ash is a fantastic grateful to the Elks family,” Jeremy said. curator and not only does he spend many hours “The renovation of the Training Nets was no easy down here preparing the high standard cricket task and has taken a lot of hard work and the pitches that we get to play on each week, but club would like to thank Keith and Joel Owen, he has and continues to give his time to make Greg Denman, Liam Moffett, Murray Elks, Scott sure our training facilities are at such a high standard,” Jeremy said.
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Since Maleny Credit Union’s Club Rewards program was set up in the middle of 2017, local clubs have already benefited to the tune of $8,000. The funds have been distributed to 32 individual notfor-profit organisations, with Maleny Neighbourhood Centre leading the way, with $1,550 being donated to their emergency relief fund. Maleny Neighbourhood Centre Coordinator/ Development Worker Nooreen Harris said the donations from Maleny Credit Union’s Club Rewards have made a significant impact on their yearly budget for emergency relief. “This money enables us to purchase food items, fuel vouchers and IGA vouchers to assist local vulnerable families and individuals,” Nooreen said. “The MNC is partly self-funded unlike other centres and all donations make a substantial difference to fundraising efforts we undertake each year.” Maleny Credit Union’s Nicole Hilton said that when they launched this program they didn’t know the impact it would have on the community.
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Last Saturday night the Glasshouse Country Chamber of Commerce held their rescheduled ‘Movie under the Stars’ after being rained out in December.
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Chamber President Ursula Starkovsky was really pleased with how successful the evening was, with around 200 locals staking their spots on picnic rugs and camp chairs outside the visitor information centre for a great night of free entertainment with the kids’ movie ‘Sing’. The Glass House Mountains Rotary Club were also on hand to serve up the sausage sizzle which proved rather popular with them selling out, and apparently Ursula was kept very busy serving up popcorn. Thanks to the Sunshine Coast Council for funding the event and the Chamber of Commerce for organising it.
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Contributed by Sally Joyce Peachester State School recently presented Annette and Ray Eland with a Richmond Birdwing Butterfly Vine in appreciation for 38 years of volunteering at the school. Annette and Ray joined our school community in 1980 when two of their four children attended the school. Since then they have volunteered their services in Religious Instruction (RI) for many years. They have also volunteered their services in many other capacities such as tree planting and kitchen/garden classes over the years. We wish them well in their retirement from their RI role at the school, but we know we will see them flutter in from time to time. Thank you for enriching the spiritual lives of our children over the years.
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Since 1887, on or near the first Friday in March every year, millions of Christians have gathered worldwide to pray for the issues of family violence, child abuse, human trafficking, and other forms of injustice. A spokesperson for World Day of Prayer said: “Once again this year our local communities will be hosting combined services on Friday March 2 as part of this important religious event.” Services will be held at 9.30am at Maleny Uniting Church at 1284-1290 LandsboroughMaleny Road and at Church on the Rise at Beerwah, 27 Beerwah Parade. “This year’s prayerful support will be directed at the 540,000 inhabitants of the Republic of Suriname, on the north-eastern coast of South
America,” the spokesperson said. “Despite a history steeped in slavery and political coups, this tiny nation has achieved remarkable progress since its independence in 1975. “Suriname enjoys multi-ethnicity and biodiversity, freedom of religion, free primary and secondary education, and free medical care for children and seniors. But behind closed doors, family violence, abuse and neglect are ongoing issues. Children are particularly vulnerable, many growing up in orphanages or one-parent families. “While education is free, there is no compulsory school attendance. Child labour in the form of street selling is common, but of far more serious concern is the fact that many children are labouring in the gold mines of Suriname.”
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Community Grants success for Glass House Member for Glass House Andrew Powell is thrilled that Round 94 of the Gambling Community Benefit Fund (GCBF) has brought another $215,791.90 in grants to the Glass House electorate. “The Gambling Community Benefit Fund provides grants to community organisations who often struggle to raise enough funds to maintain or upgrade their premises through traditional fundraising,” Mr Powell said. “The grants also enable them to provide further resources or expand their services to the community.” Mr Powell said the successful recipients from Glass House in the Glasshouse Country & Maleny News readership area were: Eudlo Horse and Pony Club Inc - $18,000 Glasshouse Country Community Group - $1,945 Glasshouse Districts Cricket Club Inc - $34,200 Maleny District Guides Queensland - $35,000 Maleny Arts and Crafts Group Inc - $19,947
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New faces at Beerwah High Beerwah State High School would like to welcome their new staff for 2018, Mr Iljiaz Memedovski (Head of Department Communication), Mr James Cochran (Head of Department – Science), Mr Gavin Savage (Head of Special Education), Ms Kass Ellis (Master Teacher), Ms Emma Leisegang (Science/PE), Mr Tom Hauritz (Eng/Technology), Ms Michelle Peters (Dance/Humanities), Ms Kylie Daniels (English/Humanities), Ms Megan Power (Maths/ Science), Mr Elliott Cowan (English/Humanities), Mr David Cooper (Maths/Science) Mr John DeVries (Student Services), and Ms Angela Powell (Teacher Aide).
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You Said It Improvements for Landsborough
Last year I contacted the council after noticing that there was not a single public recycling bin in the ‘downtown’ area of Landsborough, despite there being at least seven food businesses selling take-away drinks. To their credit, Sunshine Coast Council sent someone out to have a look, and installed a recycling bin outside of the railway station on Cribb Street. The council is now doing a ‘Landsborough Place Making’ project, and on Saturday I attended one of their public consultation sessions at Landsborough School of Arts. I got the chance to talk about the need for more recycling bins and other improvements. This is a good opportunity for other Landsborough people to have their say about ways to improve our lovely town, particularly with the big changes as the railway crossing is redesigned. If you missed the public consultations, there is still an online survey at haveyoursay.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au. Liz Harris Sustainable You & Me Reusable & Upcycled Homewares
Codeine by prescription
I applauded the idea of making Codeine products a script item; 30mg have been for a long time, but 8mg tablets were an over the counter item. I feel there’s no difference, other than your doctor being aware of what you take. Or should I say I thought that; but it is different, because the 8mg version has been taken off the market by Codis and Disprin Forte, leaving only Aspalgin as a dispersible tablet. Before 1st February you could buy these over the counter for around $8 and now going to the doctor to prescribe this, if a bulk billing GP, it is then dispensed at the chemist for $16.40. Panadeine Forte is dispensed at script price for 30mg Codeine. Why is a script needed for a Non-PBS product, because it would be cheaper to take a 30mg Codeine product with a script and control the same pain? I broke both my arms back in December when we had the major blackout in Beerwah for eight hours. Accident as it was, pain management is not easy and when the cost is doubled for minor amounts of Codeine I can imagine anyone that may be addicted going to different doctors and getting a script for the higher dose and going to different doctors for scripts.The idea was great to control the taking of this product, but only to ensure the doctor knows what you take. Anyone that is disabled, pensioner or needing some pain relief pain is finding the pain no longer controllable because of the price of pain relief. The Health Minister and the Government need to understand the headaches these people suffer as does the general public. Shame I can’t afford pain medication any longer. My GP was giving me a script for the lower dose, but it is unaffordable now. Yvonne Taylor Beerwah
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Concern over blind faith
I am appalled by PM Turnbull's blind faith in trickle-down economics. He displaced the egregious Tony Abbott with the mantra that he was going to overhaul economic policy in this country. We are still waiting for this overhaul. One case in point is negative gearing. In a rejoinder to ALP policy he said the heavens will fall in if we restricted negative gearing. Yet his own Treasury contradicted him when they said that curbs on negative gearing would have a minimal impact on the rental market. No one is opposed to mum and dad investors negatively gearing one or two properties, but 30 to 40 are excessive. There are a number of Federal parliamentarians in this category. Why should the Australian taxpayer subsidise such greed and avarice? Go on Malcolm, have the courage of your convictions to stand up to the vested interests in your party and the real estate industry and implement curbs on negative gearing. The way the PM is heading he is surely handing the keys to the Lodge in 2018 to Bill Shorten. Roy Clogstoun Maleny
Glass House Hall
Yes, it is that time of year again to have our Glass House Mountains Community Hall AGM. As most of you are aware we have a very nice and adequate hall in the township of Glass House Mountains for which we lack support from the local and surrounding community. 2016 saw the centenary celebrations of the hall, and the committee put a lot of hard work into the celebrations which were very successful. We would like to extend an invitation to attend our up and coming Annual General Meeting to be held on Sunday February 25 at 4pm at the hall at Coonowrin Road, Glass House Mountains. We need some younger mature people to join our committee. It requires a bit of volunteer work around the hall and attendance at our monthly meetings on the fourth Sunday of each month at 4pm. This facility is for the public, you and I, to use. We look forward to your support in the future. Thank you. April J.Anderson Secretary Glass House Mountains Community Hall
Food for thought
Geoffrey Blainey in his book ‘Triumph of the Nomads,’ records that the First Australians had not learned to boil water, leading to some patronising commentary in the media. One could ask why would they would bother to boil water when they were not, unlike us, careless about protecting sources of drinking water from contamination. In another aspect of technology development, however, the Aborigines were tens of thousands of years ahead of the rest of the world. They had discovered that carving a particular shaped projectile that, when launched at sufficient speed, flew through the air on a horizontal path and returned to the launcher. It is barely more than one hundred years since the rest of the world has discovered the operational shape of the aircraft wing that causes it to lift when pushed along fast enough, just like the boomerang! Mike Foale Maleny
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Who owns that tree?
The Hinterland community’s post-storm cleanup is clouded by uncertainty. Beerwah residents have told State Member for Caloundra Mark McArdle that they are still trying to make sense of who is responsible for trees along a creek on the edge of their property which were damaged in a severe storm that impacted the Hinterland in December of last year. It comes as Lorelle Gottardi last week showed Mr McArdle the area where a number of trees came down on her parents' property in Beerwah last year. However, doubt remains over who is responsible for one damaged tree that threatens to reach their home if impacted by another storm. “The SES Volunteers and the council arborist who came out to my parents’ property did an amazing job assisting with the removal of the trees that fell during the storm. We are immensely thankful for their efforts,” Ms Gottardi said. “However, my parents' property has a councilcontrolled creek which runs along the property line and there is one very large gum tree on the bank of the creek that is leaning toward the house. “Council has made it clear that the tree is our responsibility to remove but that just doesn’t seem right given that they generally manage the creek and its vegetation.” Mr McArdle said that a review needs to take place into how the Sunshine Coast Council and State Government departments assess trees that pose a potential risk pre and post a major storm. “The circumstances of Ms Gottardi’s parents is one that I hear time and time again,” Mr McArdle said. “A storm has occurred and a number of trees have been compromised. However, no one wants to take responsibility for the trees that are potentially weakened or down, leaving the home owner at the mercy of the next weather event. “I have written to the council and the Department of Natural Resources asking for some clarification as to who controls the creek running through this residential property but I have my doubts that anyone will want to claim responsibility for the tree. “What happens when the next storm comes through – will these trees fall on a house or cause flooding when they land in the creek? We must ensure there is better support for home owners when it comes to taking risky trees down.” “We live in a region where storm damage is frequent. While we can’t predict the actual damage a storm will inflict, we can help ensure that residents feel safe from trees on State or council land, and better support them in the aftermath of a storm.”
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Local construction industry brings family businesses to area Michelle Cirson couldn’t believe her luck when a job opportunity for her husband allowed them to relocate to the Sunshine Coast. “I grew up in Wide Bay, and always wanted to live on the Sunshine Coast,” she said. “Now that we’re here, I can’t believe we didn’t move sooner! The place is beautiful, the people are wonderful and there’s plenty going on in the trade/construction space.” Michelle runs two businesses, Tricks of Your Trade and AdjudiCare. “Both businesses go hand in hand – ‘Tricks’ started itself, actually. I had been working for a builder in Brisbane and when I finished university I decided to move on. “Within a few weeks I had half a dozen subcontractors calling me asking me to work for them as a contract administrator. I didn’t want to say no to anyone, so I raced out and got an ABN and worked for them all on an hourly rate. “They thought it was great – no locked-in contract, I paid my own tax and superannuation, had my own WorkCover, etc. “At the time contract administrators were highly sought after and being paid exorbitant salaries, without this type of arrangement subcontractors simply couldn’t afford to pay professional qualified staff at the going rate – nor justify it on their overhead as a fulltime role. “By taking an hourly rate, I could come in one day a week or one day a month, or work every day if they wanted me to get them through that particular busy period. Michelle then suddenly had smaller scale (tier 2 and 3) builders calling, and it just went from there. “And so Tricks of Your Trade was born. “We now also handle quality and safety advice such as work method statements, specialist risk assessments and inspection test plans too. And I had to get a few extra people to help me do all the work of course! “Tricks makes for a great family business, but I quickly found that one of the most common problems my clients were encountering was the need to debt recover for unpaid payment claims. “I was familiar with the construction adjudication regime from my studies and previous construction experience, and I was spending a lot of time making sure that my clients were complying
with the requirements of the Building and Construction Industry Payments Act 2004 (Qld) (‘BCIPA’) to protect their payment security, and cash flow. One client in particular needed to do five adjudications in one year! “The thing is, I’m not a lawyer – but you don’t have to be to use adjudication. In fact, most adjudicators aren’t even lawyers. But you do need to know how to use the BCIPA regime inside out to use it because of the strict timeframes, the notice requirements and so on. “I needed specialist staff, and so we decided to start a dedicated construction adjudication support consultancy, and that’s how we became AdjudiCare. "What a lot of people don’t realise is that (most of the time) you don’t need to actually go to adjudication to get paid," explained Michelle. “Once my clients understand how the BCIPA regime works, and they understand what to do if they’re not paid, suddenly they feel like they have regained control of their own cash flow. This isn’t the type of stuff your standard book keeper or accountant knows about – in fact a few of those service providers have become our clients too! “When our clients’ customers see that our clients know what they’re doing, and their paperwork is professional and compliant, they simply pick someone else to short pay. I know that sounds horrible, but eventually we plan to get around to all subcontractors and builders, and ideally, there will be nobody left to pick on.” Queensland is about to go through a major legislation change in this space, so it’s more important now than ever to get across it all. Between Tricks and AdjudiCare, they provide pretty much any construction specific business service you need: debt recovery, project management, contract administration, quality and safety advice. The only things they don’t try to do is accounting, human resources or legal advice. If you would like to contact Michelle, you can do so via her websites.
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School News Cheer Cup
Contributed by Steven Jeffery Beerwah State High School held its annual ‘Cheer Cup Competition’ to kick start the year with each of the four houses facing off against each other to be judged for participation, noise level, enthusiasm, creativity and appearance. All of the houses started their first practice sessions a little insipid but were drawn together by the fantastic House Captains and Senior School Leaders. The Year Sevens followed suit, set the bench mark and inspired their respective houses with enthusiasm and gusto. By the final practice the performances were just coming together and the stage was set for an exciting showdown. Miketeebumulgrai performed first, cranking out an ACDC cheer with a decibel reading of 102.4. Tunbubudla followed them and raised the volume to 102.7 decibels with the help of a rapping House Captain. Ngungun performed third with a decibel reading of 102. Tibberoowuccum performed last and came in at 102.1 decibels. Winners of the Cheer Cup for the third year in a row were Miketeebumulgrai on 138, second went to Ngungun on 136, third to Tunbubudla on 133 and fourth was Tibberoowuccum on 131pts. Cheer Cup proved to be an exciting start to the year with house spirit in abundance and new students gaining a sense of belonging. Yes, it was messy, loud and chaotic – but the students loved it.
New principal welcomes new Preppies
Contributed by Sally Joyce Our 2018 Prep students shared their first day at Peachester State School with the school’s brand new principal, Mrs Kim Fillery. It was smiles all around for all parties. Mrs Fillery joins PSS from Dajarra State School near Mount Isa and, before that, Benarkin State School. Peachester State School caught her eye some years back when driving past and she is thrilled to now be the principal of “that school” she’d declared she would love to teach at one day. The Peachester community would like to extend a warm welcome to Mrs Fillery and her family and all the new families that have joined our school family this year. Principal Kim Fillery with Ryder, Liam, Isabelle, K-Diss, Makenzie, Ella, Jack, Dianella, Carys, Lewis and (front) Beau and Connor
Do you enjoy reading?
Would you like to help young children to discover the joys of reading? Have you thought about becoming a volunteer? Beerwah State School acknowledges that community support is beneficial to the development of a student’s literacy skills. A Support-A-Reader volunteer assists children with their reading skills for one hour a week. The school is offering training on Tuesday March 6 at 11am to 12.30pm at the School Library. Please register your interest for the course by phoning 5436 5555 before Tuesday February 27. Student Hannah with volunteer Debbie
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Safe, confident and happy Glass House Early Education Centre offers a locally based caring and secure environment to allow your child to thrive. Staffed by dedicated long-term early childhood professionals, each and every member of the centre team is committed to providing exceptional quality care. For many families their first introduction to child care is through the Toddler Room (15 months to 2 years). At this early age, one of the key advantages of having the same longterm staff is that young children can continue to securely develop bonds allowing them to prosper emotionally and socially. For mums returning to work, the knowledge that their child/children are being cared for in a secure, stimulating and most importantly consistent environment provides additional piece of mind. The centre staff realise the importance of supporting young children (and their families!) to settle in well and new families are always welcomed into the Glass House Early Education Centre ‘family’. Team member Aimee Duncan is lead educator in the Toddler Room and brings over eight years’ experience in the childcare industry to her role. This age group is very interactive and engaging and a lot of planning and development goes into setting up a fun, stimulating and educational program for the children. This is an age where individual routines are incorporated into room routines, and there is a big focus on starting to develop independence skills. Children are encouraged to try activities for themselves and develop self-care skills like washing and drying hands and using a face washer.
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“This is a lovely age – the children are at a naturally inquisitive age which is so much fun as they really start to develop their independence,” says Aimee. Aimee enjoys supporting the social, emotional and physical learning journey of her Toddler Room children. Many of the programs are guided by the children’s interests, and sensory play, music and singing, books and outside play in the native inspired garden are all popular activities. “The kids love to explore – especially in our beautiful outdoor play area. It’s wonderful to see them having fun while also developing their sensory and gross motor skills.” Believing that everyone has the right to good quality affordable childcare, Centre Co-ordinator Ange Hardey feels that the centre is unique in the way it offers a number of additional valueadded services and activities at no additional cost to their very competitive fees. Some of the interactive and fee inclusive programs include the popular ‘Hey Dee Ho’ music and movement immersion program (which commences for children in the Toddler Room), Cosmic Kids Yoga and an introduction to Auslan sign language. Developing healthy eating habits is also strongly promoted at the Centre and children from six months and up are given specially made food supplied by centre caterers the ‘Healthy Cooking Company’. The age appropriate meals are made
with wholesome ingredients that contain no nasties including no preservatives and no added salt or sugar and the meals can be modified to suit dietary requirements – this meal service is all included in fees. The centre also has a full time mini-bus free service to provide home pick-ups and drop off for the younger children (and also school drop offs and pick-ups too if needed for older children). The centre provides children the access to a wide range of fun and educational opportunities with the aim of ensuring children are encouraged to feel safe, confident and happy. For an obligation free tour of the centre, or even to just ask a few questions, please call Ange and the team on 5438 7311, or call in to 2 Page Street, Glass House Mountains (no appointment necessary).
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State Member for Glass House Community Ice Forum reminder
There’s just a week left to nominate someone for my Fisher Community Awards. Prizes are available for students, teachers, schools, employees, businesses, innovators, seniors, community groups and senior service providers who are making a contribution to our community. Please visit www.andrewwallacemp. com.au/nominate to tell me about someone who should win and why.
Just a quick reminder to readers to register for the Sunshine Coast Community Ice Forum on February 21. If you’d like to have input in to how to rid our communities of this scourge we’d love to see you there. The forum will be held from 11am until 12.30pm at the Nambour RSL. If you would like to attend, please visit: https:// lnpq.typeform.com/to/cnBv29.
Federal Support for Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital
I will once again be offering my Local Heroes Grants this year to provide a bit of a helping hand to community groups or individuals participating in local, state, national or international endeavours. The grants have proven very popular since their inception in January 2016 and I am thrilled to be able to continue to contribute in this way. Closing dates for this year are as follows: Round 1 – Monday February 26 Round 2 – Monday May 28 Round 3 – Monday August 27 Round 4 – Monday November 26 Four nominees will be chosen in each round and you can apply through my website at www.andrewpowell.com.au.
Our natural environment is one of our community’s most important assets. Many people who live in the Hinterland rely on the environment for their living, while many others chose to move here because of its natural beauty and its fascinating wildlife. In my very first speech in Parliament I spoke about our responsibility to ensure that the environment is maintained and protected for future generations. In just the last three months, the Government has invested nearly half a million extra dollars in projects to preserve native wildlife on the Sunshine Coast, and I will be fighting for more in the future. As part of that in January I was delighted to be able to announce a $250,000 Federal Grant for the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital. The grant will go toward upgrading bird and koala rehabilitation facilities, as well as turtle recovery ponds and pools. New industrial grade washing machines will also be included and will make a huge difference to how efficiently and sustainably they can operate. We are fortunate to have this facility in the Hinterland, the largest and busiest wildlife hospital of its kind in the world, and I am proud to have been able to support it. I look forward to going back and seeing the new pools in action.
January Listening Posts
I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone who came to one of my Listening Posts during the last week of January. I was overwhelmed by the response. We had queues building up of people wanting to give me their views at many of the 14 Listening Posts I held all over our community. In the Hinterland I spent time with my marquee and my clipboard at Landsborough, Mooloolah, Bellvista, Maleny, Peachester, Glass House Mountains, Eudlo, Beerburrum, and Beerwah. Local residents spoke to me about a range of issues including mobile phone reception, preserving and promoting the Glass House Mountains, and improving bicycle infrastructure in the region. Most of all I was impressed by the strength of feeling in our community against the proposed construction of a casino in Maroochydore, and by the very many of you who agreed to sign my petition against it. I will be using this column in the coming months to update you on the progress of that campaign. Thank you again for coming along to my Listening Posts and please remember that you can contact me on the details below to tell me about the issues that matter to you at any time. Andrew.firstname.lastname@example.org Search us on Facebook Wallace4Fisher 16
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mypolice Sunshine Coast blog
The mypolice Sunshine Coast blog is one of 23 local police blogs around the State. It is an important community engagement tool for local police and helps them interact with, inform and gain support and information from the community. The blog is used to post local policerelated community news and crime alerts. The Sunshine Coast blog was launched in September 2013 and since that time has achieved a following of 2,193 subscribers. This is still a very small percentage of our local community (the population of the Sunshine Coast is around 335,874) and the Sunshine Coast District Crime Prevention Unit is keen to substantially increase their following. Jump online and have a look at all the information that is available on the mypolice Sunshine Coast blog which can be accessed at: http://mypolice.qld.gov.au/sunshinecoast/.
Maleny Rotary Club grants available
Rotary is a worldwide organisation of likeminded individuals committed to working for the benefit of local and international communities and to promote integrity and advance world understanding. The Rotary Club of Maleny is pleased to invite applications for grants from community groups and organisations that run, manage, conduct or implement programs or projects benefiting communities in the Maleny and Montville regions. ‘For profit’ entities, political parties or individuals are not eligible. Grants up to $1,000 per application will be considered and the closing date for applications is 5pm on Wednesday February 28. For more information please contact the Secretary at email@example.com or by phoning 5494 2561. firstname.lastname@example.org www.andrewpowell.com.au Search us on Facebook Andrew Powell
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Division 5 - Sunshine Coast Mooloolah Breakfast Forum
The Mooloolah Breakfast Forum welcomed Visit Sunshine Coast CEO Simon Latchford to its meeting last week to discuss potential tourism opportunities, and signage on Steve Irwin Way. Mr Latchford invited the business and residents to compile some examples that showcase the best of the local area. He was extremely impressed with his first visit to Mooloolah. Visit Sunshine Coast will then arrange for a delegation from the tourism bodies to join the community to discuss the nature based opportunities. This will then enable Mooloolah to be appropriately advertised as a destination not to be missed. If you would like to submit your ideas or find out more information, contact the Mooloolah Valley Association, Ken Grant from Mooloolah IGA, or contact my office. The next meeting of the Mooloolah Breakfast Forum will be held at 7.30am on Thursday March 1.
Amazing Australia Day celebrations
I’d like to thank the Maleny District Sport and Recreation Association for their wonderful Australia Day Celebrations, and for welcoming 47 Chinese students visiting from Guangzhau to share in the day. The students later said this was one of their best experiences on their trip to the Sunshine Coast – the pies from Montville Village Bakery and a visit to Mary Cairncross Rainforest Reserve also topped the list of highlights. Thanks to the community for giving our young visitors such a great day.
Track development information online
Council’s digital one-stop-shop, pd online, offers access to all development applications in a clear, timely and transparent manner to allow the community to follow all development applications online. Visit pdonline.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au for more information. I also endeavour to place all applications on my Facebook page.
Sunshine Coast Art Prize 2018
Nationwide entries are now being sought for the Sunshine Coast Art Prize 2018, one of the most prestigious regional 2D art prizes in Australia, offering a major cash prize of $25,000. Finalists will be announced in May and will be showcased in an exhibition held at Caloundra Regional Gallery from August 16 to October 14. The winning work will be acquired into the Sunshine Coast Art Collection. Online entries are now open and will close at 5pm on Friday April 6. Entry is open to any Australian resident. For more details, including terms and conditions of entry, visit the Caloundra Regional Gallery website: gallery.sunshinecoast. qld.gov.au.
Council is working with the Department of Transport and Main Roads to finalise design of four raised pedestrian crossings for Main Street in Montville. These crossing will include appropriate road lighting and aim to assist in reducing speed limits through the main street and improve pedestrian access. Jenny.McKay@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au www.jennymckay.com.au Search us on Facebook Jenny McKay Councillor
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Last year Sally Prior emigrated from the UK to live with her family in Glass House Mountains. Sally, who is 73, had previously been a keen fitness devotee and continued to be one long after she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. As her condition developed, she began to struggle with things like balance and getting up and down from her seat. At the suggestion of her family, she decided to join them at Beerwah’s Plus Fitness 24/7, in the hope that it would help improve her overall mobility and ensure her condition didn’t deteriorate further. For the last six months she has attended regular weekly sessions with personal trainer Kris. She loves these sessions and finds that Kris’s support and guidance keep her motivated to keep trying. Sally said: “My condition of MS will never improve, however maintaining my level of fitness and movement is my ongoing goal. “I’m enjoying life in the best way I can, and Kris helps me achieve that. I have made some great improvements since working with him and love the social aspect of coming to the gym too,” Sally said. She highly recommends adding a gym visit to everyone’s weekly plan, especially as you reach a more mature age – it’s also a lovely way to meet others. In just over six months Sally has improved constantly. By making her health and exercise a priority she has improved her wellbeing and movement and been an inspiration to those around her. Personal trainer Kris with Sally
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Fixed Fee Intitial Consultation Available Beerwah Law, formerly King Tobin Lawyers, are your local solicitors and have been established in Beerwah for over 30 years. Tracy King and her team are here to advise and assist you in legal areas relevant to Seniors including estate planning, estate administration, Wills, Enduring Powers of Attorney, Advance Health Directives and entry and exit into retirement villages. We are a general practice and therefore we cover most areas of the law for you. We are ‘Your Lawyers For Life’.
Wills To ensure that the administration for your estate is as easy as possible for your loved ones we strongly recommend that a qualified solicitor draft your Will for you. Unfortunately, the courts are full of matters which are being litigated purely because a ‘home-made Will’ cannot be interpreted sensibly, has various interpretations or has not adequately considered all matters required. A well drafted Will also takes into account matters other than assets within the estate, such as superannuation and life insurance, to ensure that all of your assets are dealt with consistently. Importantly, a general discussion with us about the nature and extent of your assets and liabilities and our advice to you in that regard, can save your executors a great deal of time, money and stress.
the Guardianship and Administration Tribunal for an Order. Such an Order can take a considerable period of time and involves a great deal of work. It also can lead to ill-will and disputes between your loved ones.
Estate Administration This is a core part of our practice. We make this process as easy as is possible in your circumstances and tailor our service to your needs. Executors of estates are subject to very onerous obligations. We ensure that these obligations are fulfilled and that there are therefore no adverse implications for you. Please contact us to discuss your legal needs and make an appointment for us to assist you.
Enduring Power of Attorney It is our opinion that everyone must have an Enduring Power of Attorney. In some respects, it is more important than a Will, as without one you may be left in a state of legal limbo with no-one able to legally look after your financial affairs or make health decisions for you. This, unfortunately, regularly happens to people who do not have an Enduring Power of Attorney and who find themselves in hospital but are assessed as not being able to return home. If they are incapable of making an Enduring Power of Attorney then an Application needs to be made through QCAT to
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No matter what your age, it is never too late to get fit! Various studies and health care professionals have repeatedly indicated that an active lifestyle – especially as you get older – brings numerous benefits. No matter what your age, becoming more active and getting your body moving will help enhance your mobility and flexibility, boost energy and help to increase your general sense of wellbeing – exercise can help you look better and feel better! Beerwah’s Plus Fitness 24/7 has a number of senior members committed to achieving better health and fitness goals. With the start of the New Year, now is a great time to get in touch with the friendly team to see how they can help you add more movement and physical activity into your life. With fully trained instructors and personal trainers, Beerwah’s Plus Fitness 24/7 can provide a number of individualised options to help increase your health and wellbeing. Adequate fitness levels, especially for those aged over 65, can help maintain independence, enhance flexibility and mobility and reduce the impact of illness and chronic disease. Regular physical activity can also contribute to better sleep
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quality, relieve stress, increase self-confidence and can boost brain function and mood. Mobility classes are currently offered twice a week on Tuesday and Saturday mornings at 9am. These classes are specially designed to increase strength, mobility and movement and have proved extremely popular with members. As people age, they can experience a reduction in muscle mass, strength and physical endurance as well as a reduction in flexibility, co-ordination and balance. These classes, as well as individually tailored programs offered at Beerwah’s Plus Fitness 24/7, can help address these issues – all in a friendly and social atmosphere.
As well as 24 hour access, members can access free fitness programs developed by professional trainers tailored to suit their goals and needs. There is even a Plus Fitness App you can download. Currently Beerwah’s Plus Fitness 24/7 is offering a special Seniors’ rate (over 65) of just $12.95 a week – with three weeks free membership included! Find them at Shop 16-17, in Beerwah Village at the corner of Simpson Street and Peachester Road. For more details call 5439 0100 or visit www.plusfitness.com.au.
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By Lea Parkes After meeting in Brisbane just over 60 years ago, born and bred Maleny local Stan Collard and his lovely wife Gloria have shared an interesting life together working and living around the state, including 12 years in Rockhampton while Stan was a Country Party Senator for Queensland. However, a few years ago whilst in their 70s, they decided to retire in Maleny. Gloria and Stan knew that their two daughters who lived in Brisbane would have liked them to settle closer, but they had their heart set on life in Maleny. While the last few years have seen them both slow down a little and need more assistance in their daily lives, they are pleased that they stuck to their decision to head to Maleny and are thankful that they discovered RangeCare. Stan and Gloria are quick to sing the praises of the quality of the organisation and the wonderful service that they receive from the staff who have made it possible for them live a comfortable life together in their own home. They settled happily into a modern home at Sandstone Gardens where their walls are covered with framed photos of special family memories and achievements. Stan is very proud that they have been able to maintain their independence in their own home and still have space for their daughters and their son, who lives in Biloela, to come and visit them. These days they don’t get out as much as they used to, and it is easy to see that it is not just the support that the RangeCare staff provide on their twice daily visits, but also the connections that they have with those staff which are important to their daily lives. Stan described one of their carers as a “one off and a bit of a character”, which seemed to me a perfect match for Stan’s personality. He may have physically slowed down a little, but the former Senator is still very sharp and clearly enjoyed sharing his views on a range of topics.
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10% SENIORS DISCOUNT Stan made sure I understood that he was a parliamentarian and not a politician. For the record, and according to Stan, a parliamentarian is someone who is concerned with future generations whereas politicians are concerned with future elections! With the couple’s 60th wedding anniversary coming up on March 3, Stan, with tongue firmly in cheek, happily told me and reminded Gloria how lucky she was to have met and married him and that it was his capacity for tolerance that had made him excellent marriage material over the years. Stan is also clearly very proud of the opportunities as a parliamentarian that he was able to share with Gloria, such as in 1980 when the Queen and Prince Phillip visited Australia and the Queen officially opened the iconic High Court building in Canberra. At this event Prince Phillip spoke to Gloria asking her why she was there, and she politely answered that she was just there with her spouse, and Prince Phillip (probably one of the world’s best known other halves) confided that he knew that feeling. Stan also suggested that another secret to staying married for almost 60 years could also have been assisted by the time he spent away from home, particularly while he was travelling in his role as a parliamentarian.
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“Being home less often, probably made it easier for Gloria to appreciate me, and didn’t give her enough time to pick on me,” Stan quipped. When I commented on their lovely wedding photos, and the beautiful gowns both the bride and her bridesmaids were wearing, Stan quickly informed me that Gloria made them all herself, which by today’s standards is pretty impressive. In the way they interact together it is easy to see that Stan still thinks Gloria is pretty impressive! While Gloria may be a little more reserved in sharing her opinions, she thinks that it is important to be able to appreciate each other, and I have sneaky suspicions it isn’t just Stan who has a great capacity for tolerance. If you would like to find out more about the services RangeCare provide you can contact them on 5445 7044.
Nearly Neil – Sunshine Melodies
For almost two decades, Canadian singer Bobby Bruce has been performing a vocal salute to music legend, Neil Diamond and now he’s bringing the show to the Events Centre Caloundra. A spokeperson for the event said the ‘Nearly Neil’ concert, part of the Sunshine Melodies Concert Series, would be “wowing crowds” at the centre on February 21 at 11am. The spokesperson said Bobby Bruce had been “astonishing and amazing packed houses throughout America, Canada, Europe, New Zealand and Asia with his passionate, exhilarating and vocally brilliant salute”. With his Solitary Band and Live Strings, Bobby doesn’t miss a beat, or a favourite song, throughout his feast of the world’s best loved music.” Tickets are $19pp with group bookings of 10+ $17.50 pp and bookings are essential. Complimentary morning tea is available from
10am and a post lunch deal is available. The Events Centre is at 20 Minchinton Street, Caloundra. For more information, visit www.theeventscentre.com.au or phone 5491 4240.
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Over 60s required to test phone app Sunshine Coast residents over 60 years of age are needed for a USC trial of a new mobile phone app designed to assess the risk of people becoming frail and provide interventions to reduce this risk. Fifty local participants are required for the 18-month trial of the My Active and Healthy Aging (my-AHA) app as part of an extensive international study. Associate Professor Mathew Summers, lead researcher at USC’s Sunshine Coast Mind and Neuroscience – Thompson Institute, said the study would assess the app’s effectiveness in assessing a person’s risk for becoming frail and providing inhome interventions tailored to the individual’s needs.
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As well as being 60 years or older, participants need to be comfortable using a smart phone, have their own internet access, be able to stand and walk unassisted, have no history of significant cognitive impairment, have no existing psychological or psychiatric diagnosis and be healthy with no unstable medical conditions. They should also have experienced one or more of the following symptoms in the past year: significant weight loss without dieting; feeling more exhausted; a slowing of movement or decline in physical strength; and reduced activity level. To participate, contact Associate Professor Summers on 5456 3758 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Share housing for seniors
By Sonia Clark We often hear the phrase “home is where the heart is”, but what happens if you are an older person who can’t afford a home? Housing affordability is not far from the headlines these days, however, more often than not the news stories focus on issues faced by younger people trying to break into the housing market – not older people facing similar challenges. Community driven solutions are gaining in popularity and over the last few years there has been an increase in co-housing or shared housing models with growing interest from the older people indicating that this is definitely an area of increasing need. A few years ago, following on from a change in personal circumstances, Linda Mina found herself left with a mortgage and struggling to make ends meet. In her 60s, with her children having left home, Linda felt the only way to afford any sort of life was to sell her house and rent. “When I looked at the cost of rentals I soon realized I could not afford even a one-bedroom apartment on my pension,” Linda said. “So, remembering the share houses from my youth, I decided to check on Gumtree, where I found most share adverts were younger people not interested in sharing with a mature aged person." So Linda decided to create a group on Facebook that would allow seniors to seek or offer share accommodation. Last year ‘Seniors Share Houses Sunshine Coast’ Facebook was established and it currently has over 480 members. Linda soon realised that many mature people also wanted a space to share stories and information and so ‘Seniors Connect’ was also established. To find out more go to www.facebook.com/groups/1590650011231482/ (Seniors Connect) or www.facebook.com/groups/681536018691198/ (Seniors Share Houses Sunshine Coast).
‘Stirling’ move for Lember & Williams
Lember and Williams are excited at the move of their Maleny offices to smart new premises – ‘Stirling on Bunya’ opposite the Maleny Primary School. Principal Carolyn Williams, who has 35 years of experience in several areas of law said that many Australians believe that filling out a will kit from their local newsagency, or downloaded from the internet, will cover them when they pass away. “In a modern and more complex world, it won’t and at worst, could see your real wishes disregarded,” she explains. Carolyn invites you to make an appointment to discuss, and seek her advice in preparing not just your will, but your enduring powers of attorney, health directives and putting into place testamentary trusts. Visit the Lember & Williams (LAW) website for more info at www.landw.com.au or to book an appointment at either the new Maleny office or at their Caboolture premises. The LAW Wills and Estate lawyers will work effectively not just with you – but with your accountant, financial planner and other professionals – ensuring a thorough consideration of all relevant estate and succession planning issues. •
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Take ownership of your retirement future As we look towards planning retirement living options, a safe and welcoming environment, freedom and flexibility, access to well appointed facilities and an engaged and connected community are key considerations for many people. One consideration that can be overlooked is that lifestyle and health can sometimes change unexpectedly and that it is best to not “wait until tomorrow” to securely plan your retirement living options. Tony and Ann Eccles are happily-settled residents at Caloundra Rise Retirement Estate located at Village Way, Little Mountain, Caloundra. After raising their family in Victoria, they relocated to the beautiful close-knit community of Peachester, where they lived for 28 years.
Life flourished until Tony’s health took an unexpected downturn. “I’d not given it much thought but after this incident I started to think about the future and I realised that one of us could be living alone one day – it was time for us to turn the page for the next chapter,” Tony said. Tony and Ann chose Caloundra Rise as their home four years ago because of the generous wider streets, the beautifully maintained gardens, community atmosphere and friendliness of the residents. Access to the Retirement Living Manager, long term administration, maintenance support staff, and the ability to receive in-home care from an approved provider provides additional reassurance. Residents also have the peace of mind of having onsite access to residential aged care. “Leaving behind the familiar and settling into a new community is challenging. It’s harder to adjust when your health changes at the same time,” Ann said. For anyone considering retirement living, Ann and Tony offer what they have learned. One of the key points they recommend is to make sure the atmosphere and amenities of your chosen village suit what you truly need, and be clear in your mind what your needs and wants are. They also suggest that having a clear understanding of the way finances are structured in the village you are considering is vital as well as ensuring you are fully comfortable with the structure. The more information you can gather as well as a first-hand impression of what’s on offer can provide a valuable basis to assist in making an informed and comfortable decision.
They also offer one final tip to those wanting to take ownership of their retirement future. “Most importantly, don’t wait until tomorrow!” Tony and Ann both agree. Today Tony and Ann lead a very busy retirement lifestyle. Tony assists with the production of The Clarion, the monthly magazine for the village and, as a jeweller by trade, enjoys spending time on his craft in his hobby workshop. Ann is a liaison officer at Caloundra Rise for the Association of Residents of Queensland Retirement Villages who advocate for best practice retirement living. “At Caloundra Rise there are wonderful facilities and daily activities and so much fun. We have never regretted our decision to move to Caloundra Rise retirement estate. “It’s been the right move for us,” Tony and Ann agree. If you’d like to know more about living in this wonderful retirement estate, call Retirement Living Manager Peter Snell on 5438 0655, and come and visit and experience what this lovely village offers.
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Eat, Drink & Enjoy Hospitality traineeship for Beerwah High student
As the school year begins a number of Beerwah State High students have signed on to complete traineeships with local businesses, including Chloe Smithers who is undertaking a traineeship at Frankie J’s Pizza and Pasta in Glass House Mountains. Debbie Franks from Frankie J’s Pizza and Pasta said Chloe was already a part-time employee at the business and while Debbie hadn’t known a lot about how traineeships work, she just contacted the school to find out more, and she was really pleased with how the process had worked so far. Year 10 student Chloe is looking forward to being able to combine working with developing her skills, as well as completing a qualification which, for her traineeship, is a Certificate 3 in Hospitality. Beerwah State High School’s Industry Liaison Officer, Helen Skerman, said: “Our trainees work in hospitality, retail operations, business, information, digital media and technology, sport and recreation, community pharmacy, childcare, horticulture, engineering production and dental assisting. “Most students attend work release on their non-timetabled day, fulfilling the requirement of approximately 7.6 hours paid work each week,” Helen said. If you are interested in finding our more about whether your business could employ a school based trainee you can contact Helen Skerman at Beerwah High on 5436 5333.
Want to learn about Sri Lankan cooking? Sri Lanka is renowned for its quality spices and sensational food. Why not bring this incredible cuisine into your home kitchen by heading along to the Maleny IGA’s free 90 minute Cooking Workshop on Saturday March 10 from 11am to 12.30pm at the Maleny Community Centre’s Verandah Room? At the workshop you will discover how to make Sri Lankan curry powder, String Hoppers (homemade rice noodles), Coconut Sambol, and Pumpkin Curry. You'll also get insights into the rich food culture of this amazing country! This workshop includes full recipe notes, a live cooking demonstration as well as samples of all the recipes, tips for using spices and balancing curry flavour and ideas for using different Asian vegetables, herbs and spices. All recipes are vegan, vegetarian, dairy free and gluten free. You can book into the workshop through www.eventbrite.com.au, or email Kali at firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone Maleny IGA on 5494 2257.
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Vianta Valentine’s Day dinner is not the only time to have a fabulous night out in Beerwah. Vianta Espresso & Wine Bar is now fully licensed and offers a full range of wine, beer and spirits. Vianta has become the choice in Beerwah to meet friends for a coffee, a delicious lunch or an early breakfast. On Friday nights enjoy live music, our tapas menu and of course drinks with friends. To reserve a table for Valentine’s dinner tonight, or any other time simply give us a call. Also watch this space for news on Saturday nights, coming soon!
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Out & About Through the photographers’ lenses Vianta Arts kicked off their first exhibition of the year, with a wonderful photography exhibition ‘Through Our Eyes’ featuring the dramatically different styles of three photographers, Ilia Starkovsky, Annette Pendelberry and Ian Ferguson. With the friends, family and supporters of the photographers along with the regular diners and live music, Vianta Expresso and Wine Bar was absolutely buzzing on the Friday night.
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things to do Get ready for Trivia Night
If you love to test out your old grey matter, then you will want to head along to the annual Glasshouse Districts Cricket Club Trivia Night on Saturday February 24 at the Glasshouse Mountains Sports Club. Doors open at 7pm with the trivia and fun commencing at 7.30pm. Teams are of six to eight people at a cost of $20 per person. The admission cost includes $5 worth of raffle tickets in the Multi-Draw Raffle, and a light supper. There are prizes for the top three brightest teams and many raffle prizes to be won throughout the night. For a great night out, put your thinking caps on, grab a few friends to make up a team, and make sure you contact Jill Foster as bookings are essential. Jill can be reached on 5493 0663 or 0418 946 252 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Contributed by Gordon Reddeek The Coochin Creek Bushland Group is a volunteer organisation dedicated to maintaining the health of the bushland in the Upper Coochin Creek Environmental Reserve. The reserve is located on the Coochin Creek in Beerwah, and extends from Caralan Park near the transfer station, to the Beerwah High School. We will be holding our first working bee for 2018 on Tuesday morning, February 20, from 7.30am to 10.30am(ish). We will be concentrating on weeding, and targeting woody weeds Ochna and Choral Berry in our planted area and in the reserve. As always, all are welcome to join us. All participants are advised to wear boots, a long sleeved shirt, long pants, sun hat, and to carry a water bottle. All equipment required, including tick repellent, will be supplied. Participation is free, and tea will be served at a suitable time during the morning. We will start by meeting at the gate to Caralan Park, which is at the corner of Emma Place and Caralan Way in Beerwah. For more information please contact Gordon on 0406 638 544.
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Contributed by Janet Kitchin The View Club outing for this month was to the Maroochy Bushland Botanic Garden where a large group of our ladies enjoyed the guided walks to the Whip Bird Walk and the Sculpture Garden and a late morning tea/lunch. Our next lunch is on February 21 at 11am at the Glasshouse Mountains Sports Club. Anyone who would like to join us would be most welcome. Please ring either Lynda on 5494 7875 or Trish on 5493 0026. Our club raises money for The Smith Family and the Learning for Life Program at all its functions.
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DENISE & SUZIE DENISE & SUZIE Easy access to rail and road transport and local shopping in a beautiful part of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. If you are looking for security and onsite management, swimming pool and spa, community BBQ area, extensive gardens to enjoy plus extras e.g. community bus, community hall, craft room, gym and library etc, this sought after Village is a gated community and also pet friendly. Often of concern in searching for similar properties is the cost aspect. No need to worry about Entry and Exit fees, no Stamp Duty, no Sinking Fund. just a weekly fee adjusted every 3 years. This attractive Villa is on the market for $340,000 so please call if you would like to view this property and its many additional extras.
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$1,250,000 Unit 9/22 Coastal Ave, Beerwah Beerwah small complex – large townhouse
Easy walk to shops, medical centres, cafes, etc, along the concrete pathways are a bonus. These units have been quality built (2012), and consist of six duplex style dwellings on two levels. Each unit has its own private entrance and the outside common areas are well looked after and include multiple visitor parking spaces. Private inspections encouraged and check open times.
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Incredible lifestyle opportunity or make your own rural business shine. 33.47 hectares or 82.5 acres consists of approximately 40 acres of treed country and 40 acres of open and previously farmed or grazing land. This location would suit any number of tourist inspired activities e.g. camping, bed and breakfast, wedding location etc alongside agricultural activities e.g. Call Denise to inspect small crops, berries, ginger etc, or trees such as macadamias, avocados, figs OPEN Home – 11am to 11.30am Saturday, 17th February already successfully grown in the Peachester area. 1392 Roys Road Offers over $400,000 This special property could also be just the escape from the daily hustle and bustle of city life and a retreat to enjoy the country lifestyle with beach and city Coochin Creek Property ... Great for permanent living or weekender Just 3 minutes from the boat ramp in easy reach. On this 33.47 hectares is 2 homes (main, brick 3 bedroom plus an older style over Coochin Creek offers good fishing, crabbing and boating ... an 2 bedroom cottage) 6m x 12m shed, inground swimming pool, ample tank angler’s paradise. This well maintained brick home with modern kitchen, water plus a huge lagoon / dam. 4 bedrooms and 6m x 6m carport Great outlook towards Maleny / Blackall range and just 4km from the friendly is situated in a semi rural location. Peachester village. So much to see and do in this sought after area. If this Just 12km from the growth centre of property has caught your interest – arrange an inspection and see for yourself. Beerwah. School bus to door. Any questions or would like a visit, just call Denise to arrange. Call Denise to inspect
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PRIVATE LEVEL ACREAGE WITH AMPLE STORAGE This quality brick home is positioned perfectly within easy walking distance to the pristine Ewen Maddock Dam, with access to the horse and hiking trails, swimming, canoeing and fishing. 1.5 private acres, fully fenced with electric gates. 4 bedrooms, office, 2 bathrooms. Large living room & outdoor entertaining, A/C throughout plus ceiling fans, spacious kitchen, electric appliances. Multiple large sheds provide accommodation for multiple cars, boats, caravans or motorhomes. Town water plus freshwater bore. 4 mins to Mooloolah village, 4 mins to Bruce Hwy, 15 mins to Caloundra. Drink in the peace and privacy of this delightful property in such a convenient location.
Contact Exclusive Agent Jess Luthje 0438 616 064 $715,000 www.malenyrealty.com.au/19666215 9 Greenacres Ct, Glenview
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This 26ha block is the epitome of privacy and escape with native bushland, abundant wildlife and magnificent valley views. A 4-wheel drive, roadway 2.7km long leads to a cleared area right on top of the hill, 470m above sea level, with a large building beautifully fitted out in true artisan style. Stylish bathroom, timber kitchen and mezzanine bedroom plus a huge covered patio overlooking the valley. The building is council approved as a dwelling however you can still build a full-sized house on one of the nearby sites. Ideal location for a solar power system which the current owners have priced at approx. $8,500. The building is wired with lights and power points so you can plug in the 8.5kva diesel generator. 10,000 gallon water supply. Just 16km to Maleny this would make an ideal weekend retreat or a permanent home for those wanting peace and privacy.
Set high on the Maleny-Stanley River Ridge with cool summer breezes. Ideal location for Executive Residence or Cabin Complex (subject to council approval). Completely sheltered by Hoop Pine plantation. A private peaceful 16 acres. Approx. 6 acres have been recently cleared, are gently sloping to the east and has deep rich soil, ideal for pasture or fruit trees. Already established on the property is a large packing shed with power-phone-5k gallon rainwater tank. There is abundant wildlife, many bird species including black cockatoos and from time to time eagles soaring overhead. A relaxing rural location with potential, just 10 minutes to coffee shops and all services in Maleny Village and one hour to Brisbane Airport. Booroobin (10 mins to Maleny)
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164 Bowen Road, Glass House Mountains Lot 3 on RP 205864 Located in an established rural residential locality within 3 km* (*approximately) of the Glass House Mountains township with public primary school, rail and shops. • Low set brick home • Air conditioned lounge room with fireplace • Fully fenced 3671m2* block • 2 Bay shed with workshop and studio attached • Sand filtered in ground pool • Separate studio • Bitumen driveway and tank water Located 20 minutes* (*approximately) to Caloundra, and 1 hour to Brisbane* (*approximately)
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Real Estate An ideal home for the whole family
This well presented four-bedroom home is built on a 4000m2 block and has all the extras to meet the family’s needs, including a large air-conditioned formal lounge room. A brand-new galley kitchen, with stone bench top, soft closing drawers and new appliances, separates the air-conditioned family room from the dining area. An alfresco covered entertainment area looks out over the spacious back yard to the powered shed. A separate lined shed would make a great studio or could be used as a fifth bedroom or rumpus room. Storage needs are taken care of with an easily accessible 6m x 6m shed with 10 and 15amp power supply. Features include 10 panel solar system, town water and a grey water system. Located in a private setting within five kilometres of two townships (Landsborough and Beerwah), it gives you the choice when shopping or looking for schools. Both towns offer transport and are approximately 25 minutes to the Coast. The property is on the market for $589,000. To organise an inspection phone Andrew Dobbie on 0429 690 182.
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Did you know that hairy caterpillars can cause pregnant horses to abort their foals? The condition is called Equine Amnionitis and Foetal Loss (EAFL) and occurs when mares inadvertently eat whole caterpillar or shed caterpillar skins while grazing in the paddock. It’s not all hairy caterpillars, but one species in particular is much more problematic than others. This is the caterpillar of the Bag-shelter moth (called Ochrogaster lunifer), with its common name being the Processionary caterpillar (or itchy grub if you’re a kid).
We’re coming into what is described as the ‘high risk period’ for the caterpillars (March to June) when the caterpillars move away from their nest trees and march across country to find a suitable spot to nest underground ready to pupate and turn into moths. It’s during this time that pregnant mares are most at risk of coming across them. The University of Queensland (UQ) is researching how to prevent EAFL. UQ School of Biological Sciences researcher Professor Meron Zalucki said bag-shelter moth caterpillars were believed to be responsible for up to onethird of abortions in thoroughbreds, causing equine amnionitis and fetal loss (EAFL) by inflaming the placental membrane. “The caterpillars are covered with up to 2.5 million dangerous tiny hairs, and horses inadvertently ingest them or their nest remains,” he said. Professor Zalucki is part of a team behind an insect management strategy to reduce the issue in the thoroughbred industry. The researchers have developed guidelines for studs and farmers to deal with the threat and are completing a risk assessment of horses’ exposure to the caterpillars. The researchers have developed educational resources including a website (www.eafl.net.au), a brochure and a poster with timelines for action. Professor Zalucki said stud owners should remove moth egg masses and caterpillar nests from tree trunks and branches and dispose of them safely. “It’s important to be careful and to wear protective equipment when handling caterpillar material as the hairs can cause skin irritation and potentially get into eyes,” he said. These caterpillars – as well as a group of other similarly hairy ones – can cause serious skin reactions in people too, including rashes, welts, burning sensations, swelling and itching. Breathing in their fine hairs can cause serious respiratory reactions, sometimes requiring hospitalisation. For more information on the caterpillars and EAFL, check out www.eafl.net.au.
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Noticeboard Memory jolting display Contributed by Debbie Roberts It was a trip down memory lane recently at Beerburrum State School when a group of past students came together to sort pieces of history from the school archives. Among these treasures were an old school cane, a bell and photos which created lively discussions and plenty of laughter. The school’s Centenary will take place on Sunday April 22 where old school memorabilia will be on display. If you have a piece of the school’s history or know someone who might, please get in contact with the school on 5439 5222, as we would love hear from you. A Facebook page has been set up at Beerburrum State School Centenary Celebrations where you can keep up to date on their plans for the big event.
Sue Grealy, Gwenda Kill, Justin Evans, Tina Davidson, Debbie Roberts, Mandy Buck, Audrey Thompson and David Gower
From the churches Rituals and symbols are very important for most of us human beings and I am not just talking about those strange religious ceremonies which seem stuck in the past. Every year there appears to be increasing numbers attending Anzac Day services. In fact the mystery of death seems to demand from us some way beyond words that expresses our grief, loss and hope. Some more recent rituals can quickly become popular such as when Sir William Dean attended a service in Switzerland in 1999 for a number of Australians who were killed in a canyoning incident. He placed a small bunch of wattle in the river. Not one word was required in explanation. It spoke to us all. This week Christians around the world will participate in a ritual that is thousands of years old yet its message demands more explanation now than it ever did before. Dusty black ashes will be placed on our foreheads and while they
GLASSHOUSE COUNTRY ANGLICAN CHURCH WEDNESDAYS *Mooloolah (Paget Road) 9.00am SUNDAY *Mary MacKillop Centre 9.00am Office - 5491 1866
Local contact Rev Tony Halstead 0455 554 930
Beerwah and District RSL Sub Branch AGM will be held on Sunday February 25 at the meeting room, Beerwah Sports Ground at 8.30am9am start. All positions are declared vacant. Nominations must be with the secretary, Libbie Brown, by this Thursday, February 15. A general meeting will follow the AGM. Members and visitors of U3A Sunshine Coast are invited to attend a presentation by Karl Tietze entitled ‘The NBN – What to Expect’. The NBN is Australia’s new broadband access network. The presentation is on Tuesday February 20 at 9.30am at the Masonic Lodge Hall, Tamarind Street, Maleny. Phone Yvonne for details, 0404 466 372. The Playgroup at Conondale, with the financial support of the Conondale P&C, have joined Playgroup Queensland and are excited to invite local families to come along and join the playgroup. It will meet at the Conondale State School between 9am and 11am on Thursdays. A schedule of activities has been put together for each week of the school term, with this Thursday, February 15, being a visit to the Maleny Library for story time at 9.30am, and the following week, February 22, the group will meet at the school for playdough, painting and dancing. Don’t forget to bring along a plate that can be shared. To find out more, phone the office on 5435 1333. The next Village Markets at Peachester are on February 24 and new stall holders are welcome. Stall sites are $10 for one table and $15 for two tables. Please contact Bev on 5494 9544 or Joan on 5494 9521.
Father Kevin Smith Catholic Church remain we will go through the day getting some odd looks from people. This ritual action requires explanation not because it is irrelevant but because our culture refuses to accept the truth of what the ritual is saying. Those who wear the ashes are publicly stating "It's my fault", "I take responsibility for the wrong that has been done", "You can blame me". Ash Wednesday provides the message through ritual that society needs but refuses to accept. All the advances, improvements and changes that I expect in the community and are necessary and that I presume depend on everyone else lifting their game are in fact only possible if I lift my game too. I share in the guilt of what we do wrong and while blaming everyone else is the norm it is not the truth. Of course Ash Wednesday and the season of Lent that this day begins also offers the way and gives the time to move forward in a positive and lifegiving way. It is the way of Christ and it is within reach of us all. God bless. GLASSHOUSE COUNTRY
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Fantastic support for Dolly’s Dream
The combined efforts of Apex Maleny and Maple Street Meats saw a great result from the fundraising efforts at the Hinterland Aussie Day Expo where $5,500 was raised. With this added to the original fundraising of $2,500 raised by Jeremi and Jody Scott and their team, a total donation of $8,000 has been made to Dolly’s Dream. Jeremi was keen to acknowledge the great support they received from Maleny Harvest, Wild Contracting and Glasshouse Country & Maleny News, and his suppliers Vadals Butcher Supplies, Mandez Food Systems and Gooralie Free-Range Pork. He also wanted to thank everyone who purchased the Blueberry and Maple Sausages, along with the enthusiastic bunch who ran the Apex’s Big Barbeque at the Expo for their excellent support. CONDITIONS: To ensure all community notices can be printed each month please keep your contributions to a maximum of 100 words.
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BSA Lic 1129044
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040 253 80 39
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OFFICE AND SHOWROOM 1/28 BIONDI CRESCENT, BEERWAH
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All work to ‘Australian Standard AS/NZ 3000’
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Over 40 years professional experience Over 14 years in Beerwah using qualified tradespeople
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ABN 83 143 913 259
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ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 27 735 124 718 LIC NO: 42045
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ACW Electrical Pty Ltd Lic. No. 78020
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0408 647 980
Adam: 0414 482 037
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Licensed Contractor - BSA 1119033 ‘Local Guy, Local Quote’
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www.embroideryfx.com.au 0416 207 539
Lic. No. 70875
NFL Electrical Nathan 0417 040 291
Lic No. 81405
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0407 575 667
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0490 127 714
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36 Tytherleigh Ave Landsborough
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Q.B.S.A. Lic No. 1130199
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Phone 5494 8900
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FIRST CALL FENCING
0427 948 997
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• Residential & Acreage Mowing • Hedging & Pruning • Mulching (Palm Frond Friendly) • Fertilising
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L P G A S
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27 735 124 718 LIC NO: 42045
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your local licensed contractor
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• PAVING & STONEWORK • RETAINING WALLS • DRIVEWAYS • POOL SURROUNDS • OUTDOOR LIVING AREAS
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Builder & Stone Mason QBSA License No. 77177. Est 1981
ABN 95 669 531 866
a/h: 5494 0830
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Ph 54397134 www.ipacconstruction.com
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0404 479 187 or 5494 9336
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• Spiders • Pre-purchase • Rodents timber inspections • Fleas • Termite inspections • Ants • Chemical barriers/
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Lic No. PMT-0-11432
QBCC 128 6372
Glass House Mountains
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M 0437 888 181 P 5494 0043
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CALL: 0417 739 383
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www.geodrillaustralia.com.au Certain work defined as 'building work' in the QBCC legislation may only be undertaken by licensed contractors or, if undertaken by unlicensed contractors, only to the value of $3,300. However, work falling outside of that definition may be performed by unlicensed contractors and is not subject to any value limit. To check whether a contractor holds a QBCC licence visit www.qbcc.qld.gov.au or call the QBCC on 1300 272 272.
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Glasshouse Country Toastmasters Inc.
Free Mornin g Tea We meet every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month at 9am. Next meeting Thursday 22nd February at Church on the Rise 27 Beerwah Parade, Beerwah. Find out what Toastmasters is all about! We love to hear your stories! Martine 5496 9855 or Barbara 0407 371 305
Sunshine Coast Council advises that a section of Youngs Road will be temporarily closed from 19 to 21 February for bridge upgrade works (weather permitting). We thank you for your patience while we undertake these road network upgrades and we apologise in advance for any inconvenience. More information: Phone 1300 007 272. www.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au
GENERAL MEETING / NETWORKING EVENT
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Telecommunications Facility Where: 24 Biondi Crescent, Beerwah Qld 4519 On: Lot 6 on CG 807782 Approval sought: Development Permit for a Material Change of Use Application ref: MCU17/2106
You may obtain a copy of the application and make a submission to:
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Proposed Development Make a submission from 15 February 2018 to 8 March 2018
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Birthday Notice ULRICK (Dick) HAROLD RICHARD
Love Greg, Pat, Dale, Karen and Chris
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We miss you a little, I guess you could say, a little too much, a little too often, and a little more each day.
Love forever Paula, Izabella, Charlotte & Macey Williams
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Always in our thoughts Miss you greatly. Love Mum, Dad, family and friends
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Sport Sports Club Update The Glasshouse Mountains Sports Club’s constitution allows for election of President and Treasurer one year, and Secretary, VP and committee members the next. Basically this means members commit to two year terms, and there is never a complete change of committee in any one year. At this year’s recent AGM it was only the positions of President and Treasurer that were available. Warren Raddatz returned unopposed to the role of President and the role of Treasurer, which has been undertaken by Dimi Young for the past two years, was taken up by Steve Webb. The makeup of the committee is: President - Warren Raddatz, Secretary - Stephen Forster, Vice President - Semi Minchev, Treasurer - Steve Webb and Committee Member - Leisa Thistlewaite. A decision has now been made for the Suncity Darts Club to join the club’s four other affiliated clubs of touch football, cricket, football and netball.
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Contributed by Brenda Briese Ladies Golf results Seems like we got rain on request! There was plenty of it and very welcome. The greens staff have been battling to keep up with the mowing, but doing a splendid job. Due to the rain we had no Saturday ladies competition. Thursday, February 8 was an Aggregate 2 Ball Stableford. Winners, with a very good score, were Gail Gundry and Robyn Taylor on 70, runners up were Heather Coyle and Vikki Bartel on 66 on count back from second runners up, Fay Barry and Debs Rutherford. NTP: (2) Barb Drury/ Joan Swyny, (5) Cathy Stone/Andrea Campbell, (16) Ruth Parish / Pauline Laurie. (Second shot 18) Robyn Ryan / Lea Garner. BRD went to 56pts. Beerwah ladies welcome new members and visitors to our great club. Vikki Bartel, Heather Coyle and Fay Barry
Contributed by Leanne McAllister The Club’s juniors have two new teams for their post-Christmas 2018 season. Our four T20 Blast teams played at Maleny Friday night. Glasshouse U11s White (vs Bribie Island Sandstone Point) and Green Teams (vs Caboolture Maroon) both had wins at home games on Saturday February 10. Our U14s played away at Maroochydore and lost their first innings against Maroochydore Red, with play to continue this Saturday.
The U11 Glasshouse White team
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New committee: Stephen Forster, Steve Webb, Leisa Thistlethwaite, Warren Raddatz and Semi Minchev. (Inset) Dennis and Karen Hawkins from the Suncity Darts Club
Contributed by Ken Barker Saturday and Sunday saw little activity on the lawn because of the weather. Blackall Range Care Group visits once a month on the first Tuesday of the month. They usually play a variation of Golf Croquet from mid-morning to lunch. Thanks to the willing few who helped out this Tuesday, but it would be great if more members could lend a hand with the running of this event. Kath Smith made a welcome return to the lawn last Thursday, partnering with Ken Barker in a hardfought game of doubles against Helen Andrews and Frances Harper. Kath broke her ankle late last year
and, despite having to shed a ‘moon boot’ to go onto the lawn, acquitted herself very well. Kath and Helen left at 5pm with the scores at 13-10 in favour of Kath and Ken. Frances, who had played very well, making some good breaks in the first part of the game, and Ken, decided to play on for another half an hour. After this, the final score of a good game was 21-11. Club play days are Thursday and Sunday at 2 for 2.30pm. Saturday mornings at 8am there are lessons for beginners on the courts in the showgrounds. For details contact president Vince Carbery 5494 2193 or secretary Priscilla Vickers 5494 3555.
This year is our 50th anniversary, being one of four inaugural clubs with the Sunshine Coast Football.
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Contributed by Miles Allen On Monday two teams travelled to Mapleton for the monthly pairs competition on their beautiful grass. Both teams travelled back empty-handed, but enjoyed the day. The Tuesday jackpot bowls competition was won by John Kapetanic, Margaret Ginns and Don Ginns. On Wednesday Twilight Bowls there were 42 players for Round 2. The winning teams were Ben Bryce, Handles, Bridge Club, Mavericks, Mobile Kingdom, Outlaws and Maleny Dairies. Rosalie, one of our new players in only her second game of bowls delighted the crowd by winning a ‘toucher’. This happens when the bowl touches the jack within a set time period. Friday Scroungers saw a large turnout with 27 players all competing for vouchers, chocolate bars and of course the honour of winning against other players. The winners were Relma Godfrey, Ray Elmore, Curley Peterson, Heather Snell, Ian Chatterton, John Long, Scott Alexander and Dennis Kyling. As a result, some handicaps went up and some went down. The class and skill of Curley Peterson shone through and he went home with eight Mars Bars, beating the previous record of six held by Margaret Ginns! The rinks are filling up on Wednesdays and Fridays but if you are keen to play, we can take more players. Turn up at 6pm on Wednesdays and 2.30pm on Fridays. We’ll tell you all about the game and you’ll be able to play in our friendly atmosphere. Thanks to our volunteer greenkeeper, Roy Gesch and his assistants David Burgess and Gary Darcy, the green is looking great and playing very smoothly.
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Men and medley results Contributed by Roger Bonhomme Two ball multiplier Stableford is a relatively new game where partners' scores are multiplied for each hole. Should a player suffer a wash, then that pair scores a zero. Needless to say multiplier is a game which severely tests many friendships! Last Wednesday Rusty Tillyard and his mate Barry Clarke (Caloundra) had very few problems to win the competition with 71 points, playing off a nine handicap. Wayne Deague and Peter Dawson (18), two visitors from Headland, finished second a point behind and one up on third placegetters John Marsden/Bob Williams (25). NTP: 2 – Jeff Faulkner, 5 – Jim Wells, 16 – Karen Kemp, 18 – Trevor Kamp. Last Saturday, 166 members and visitors played a Stableford game, enjoying fine weather and excellent playing conditions. Phil Siegle (6) won A grade with 40 points beating Nigel Petrie (10) on a countback. Nigel recently returned to Beerwah after a stint up at Maroochy River. Welcome back Nige. Tony Newell (16), a visitor from Howlong, won B grade with 39 on a countback from Rod Miller (14). A countback wasn't needed in C grade however! Darren Patterson (30) from SGA GC ran away from the field with an amazing 48 points. Greg Houston (22) was a distant second with 40. NTP: 2 – Barry Gardner, 5 – Alan Perham, 16 – Corey Wallyn, 18 Bryan Dorge. This week the course will undergo its first major renovation for 2018. Fortunately, modern equipment and new techniques make renovations less intrusive these days and the greens recover more quickly.
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Contributed by David Hayes Wednesday February 7: Ladies Championship Fours. Rd 1. Chris Dougan, Lee Meyers, Di Garland and Jan Lawson def Marilyn Podmore, Marilyn Boulton, Jenny Hobson (sub), Millie Freshwater 27-14. Eileen Pierce, Lyn Griffiths, Viv James and Di Hume def Margaret Beasley, Ruth Wahry, Wendy Platt and Chris Freshwater 22-9. Social - Grahame Meyers, Joy Reason and Rob Scullion def Noelene Annakin, Russell Walmsley and Bruce Angus 18-14. Jack Timm, Rhyliss Aitken, Maz Idle and Warren Blackbourne def Dennis Hume, Alf Faulkner, John Aitken and Ron Wilson 24-14. Thursday, February 8: Social - a full green and a game of triples is how we started our first Thursday back at bowls. Winners of the day were Jenny Hobson and Di Garland with 2 wins + 96 points. R/Up were Chris Dougan and Jimmy Tatum with 45 points in their first game. The lucky draw went to Di Hume and Phil Siggers. Hinterland Ladies: Glasshouse 1 was too strong for Glasshouse 2 with Lee Meyers and Di Garland def Maz Idle and Viv James in the pairs. In the triples Lyn Griffiths, Sue O’Hagan and Chris Dougan def Chloe Runge, Rhyliss Aitken and Joy Reason. This week both teams are at home. Hinterland Men went well away against Nambour Heights winning 2 rinks each with the triples and fours getting up but the two pairs teams losing. Next week’s game is home against Nambour. Saturday, February 10: Premier 7s, Division 3 - against Bramble Bay. Although we went down on all 3 rinks only 2 shots separated the singles and fours game. Top effort everyone. Next Sunday we are home to Coolum Beach with a noon start. Division 4 - The Swifts were too strong winning the singles and pairs with Glasshouse taking out the fours. Next Saturday at 1pm we are home to Ferny Grove. This Friday is the first night of Scroungers for 2018. Arrive at the club at 6.30pm for a 7pm start. The cost is $10. Names can we placed down at the club. All welcome including non-members.
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Contributed by Martine Geodhart Tuesday January 30: 1st Dianne Cassells and Rob Ford, 2nd Ro Promnintz and Harry Hankinson, 3rd Bill Chessells and Jackie Collinson. Friday February 2: North/South 1st Judith Boyd and Ann Slade, 2nd Martine Goedhart and Ross Schultz, 3rd Louise Beckingsale and Fay Faulkner. East/West 1st Dianne Cassells and Rob Ford, 2nd Jillian and Tom Major, 3rd Barbara Freeman and Neville Jordan. Tuesday February 6: 1st Martine Goedhart and Kerry Gillam, 2nd Louise Beckingsale and Fay Faulkner, 3rd Rob Ford and Dianne Cassells. Friday, February 9: North/South 1st Judith Boyd and Ann Slade, 2nd Tom and Jillian Major, 3rd Freda Winteringham and Kevin Thorton. East/West 1st Ross Schultz and Libbie Gemmel, 2nd Dianne Cassells and Rob Ford, 3rd Faye Rodgers and Art van Wensveen. Are you interested in learning this great game? Give us a call and we keep you informed about when the new lessons start again. Call John Marsden 5494 2584 or Martine Goedhart 5496 9855. We play on Tuesdays from 9.15 and Fridays from noon in the clubhouse of the Beerwah Golf Club. Please be there 15 minutes before we start playing. We are a friendly and relaxed club, join us for a game. We love to welcome you.
AFL Come and Try Day
The Glasshouse Hinterland AFL club is holding a Come and Try Day for junior boys and girls aged up to 16 who are interested to learn more about the great game of AFL. The session will be held on Thursday February 22 at the Landsborough Sports Complex on Tunnel Ridge Road and will run from 4-5pm. This is an opportunity to come and meet the coaches who will provide the kids with a skills session so that they can learn the act of kicking, marking, bouncing and handballing just like they do in the AFL and AFLW. There will be AFL inflatables and hopefully some special guests on the day to meet with the kids.
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Contributed by Jenny Oxenham Tuesday February 6: The Maleny Golf Club held an 18 Hole Individual Stableford Competition, for both the men and the ladies. First place went to Allan Bridge with 37 points on a count-back from the runner-up Richard Clayton, and third place went to Rod Waldron with 36 points also on a count-back from Peter Gilbert. Nearest to the Pin went to Allan Bridge on the 5th hole, Bill Reynolds on the 14th and 3rd holes and Dan Casey on the 12th hole. Wednesday February 6: The ladies in our Club played an 18 Hole American Foursomes game with first place going to the team of Margaret Trigger and Toni Bishop with the score of 75.875, runners-up went to Seri Tytherleigh and Robin Hay with 76.375 and third place went to Mo Lawrence and Christine Lemon with 76.625. Nearest to the Pins went to Robin Hay on the 6th hole and Christine Lemon on the 3rd hole. Friday, February 9: Our usual 9 Hole Chook-Run Competition took on a different format this week - a 4BBB. First place went to the team of Robin and John Hay with runners-Up Alan Stevens and Chris Pottinger tying with Liz Mellish and Mark Green and third place went to Rob Bailo and Mick McCombe who also tied with Geoff Hocking and Ron Smith. Saturday February 10: There was an 18 Hole Mixed Single Stableford played. A Grade – First place went to Blake Wellington with 40 points on a count-back from the runner-up Jack Day and third place went to Chris Pottinger with 39 points, also on a countback from Brian Debert. B Grade – First place went to Rupert Hohls with 41 points, runner-up went to Paul Lowe with 40 points and third place went to Steve Lawrence with 36 points. NTP: (3) Paul Viertel, (5) Darren Sakaio, (12) Blake Wellington and (14) Dennis Brown.
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Beerwah’s got Country second saturday of every month
9TH MARCH 8.30PM-1.30AM
PH: 1300 BEERWAH • Cnr Mawhinney St & Beerwah Pde • www.beerwahhotel.com.au
A TRIP TO ONE OF
3 TRIP S
MATILDA BAY RANGE 24 X 345ML BOTTLES
PIMMS APERITIF, BACARDI OAKHEART SPICED RUM OR RUSSIAN STANDARD VODKA 700ML
TEMPUS TWO VARIETAL WINES 750ML
GREAT NORTHERN ORIGINAL 24 X 330ML BOTTLES OR 375ML CANS
VODKA CRUISER SUMMER MIXED 10 X 275ML BOTTLES
A SELFIE DRONE CAMERA* EVERYDAY OF 3 TO BE WON
ANY 4 FOR
BRANCOTT ESTATE TERROIR WINES OR STONELEIGH WINES 750ML
PURCHASE A 750ML BOTTLE OF BRANCOTT ESTATE TERROIR SERIES OR STONELIGH WINES FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN
20 BEACH DAYS WINES 750ML
TERMS & CONDITIONS APPLY. SEE WEBSITE FOR DETAILS.
SUMMER BRIGHT LAGER 24 X 330ML BOTTLES OR 375ML CANS, SUMMER BRIGHT LAGER LIME OR MANGO 24 X 330ML BOTTLES
PURCHASE ANY CASE OF SUMMER BRIGHT LAGER AND GRAB A GUIDE TO ENTRY FORM AND ENTER YOUR UNIQUE CODE ONLINE AT BOTTLEMART.COM.AU
TO BE WON FOR YOU AND 3 MATES
XXXX GOLD 24 X 375ML BOTTLES OR CANS
AUSTRALIA’S MOST ICONIC BEACHES
TERMS & CONDITIONS APPLY. SEE WEBSITE FOR DETAILS.
BLACK DOUGLAS SCOTCH & COLA OR COUGAR & COLA 10 X 375ML CANS
BEERWAH CELLARS - BEERWAH SHOP 11, BEERWAH MARKETPLACE PEACHESTER RD TEL 5494 0477 BEERWAH DRIVE THRU - BEERWAH MAWHINNEY STREET TEL 5494 0555
EVANS AND TATE TIME & PLACE WINES, WATERSHED THE FARM WINES OR YALUMBA Y SERIES WINES 750ML
GLASS HOUSE CELLARS - GLASS HOUSE MOUNTAIN SHOP 5, 9 BRUCE PARADE TEL 5493 0188 MOOLOOLAH CELLARS - MOOLOOLAH SHOP 3, 2 JONES STREET TEL 5494 7320
All specials available from Wednesday 7th February until Tuesday 20th February 2018. Images are for illustrative purposes only. Specials available only in the state of Queensland. Beer prices may vary in country and far North Queensland. Different pack sizes and variants may not be available in all stores. Bottlemart supports the responsible service of alcohol.
BROWN BROTHERS PINOT CHARDONNAY NV, MUD HOUSE CENTRAL OTAGO PINOT NOIR OR PEWSEY VALE RIESLING 750ML
WIN A WORLD MOSCATO EXPERIENCE AT BROWN BROTHERS BUY ANY TWO 750ML BOTTLES FROM THE MOSCATO RANGE FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN
BROWN BROTHERS MOSCATO OR DOLCETTO 750ML
SEE WEBSITE FOR TERMS & CONDITIONS.
PALMWOODS CELLARS - PALMWOODS SHOP 5, 18-20 MARGARET STREET TEL 5445 9266 PALMWOODS DRIVE THRU - PALMWOODS 28 MAIN STREET TEL 5445 9003