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Hi Everyone Well most of you know that my favourite time of the year is Christmas – but I have to say that being a Glasshouse Country local, my second favourite time of the year is Strawberry Season. Before we lived in this area I always was partial to a strawberry – but now I realise that I have become much more aware of how the strawberry production is coming along each season, and when I first see one of those quirky looking strawberry picking vehicles out in the field my heart skips a beat – and I say a little quiet cheer. Early last week I popped into Vecchios at Beerburrum as I was putting together some information about what to do with the little people during the school holidays – and there they were, my little red jewels all packed into a beautiful plastic presentation case.
Mmmm those strawberries were just delicious, so sweet and tasty, so if you feel like I do about these little red treats then you might want to pop into Vecchios with the kids, and they can feed the goats and play in the playground (check out page 16) or if you live at the other end of our readership area Strawberry Fields at Palmview also has plenty on offer for a family fun day (see their ad on page 18) Hope you all have a berry good week. Regards,
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Glass House Country Chamber of Commerce countdown to 2012 / 2013 financial year networking night, from 5.30pm at LattE Da Café, Caloundra Street, Landsborough. All local businesses invited to attend.
GCNews Deadlines The next edition of GCNews will be June 27. Deadlines are as follows: Editorial - 12noon Friday General & trades advertising - 12noon Friday Classifieds - 12noon Monday Sports - 10.30am Monday
On the Cover Glasshouse powerhouse Lindsay Sutton will represent Australia in shot put at the upcoming Paralympic Games in London. Read the story on page 3.
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Beerwah RSL Sub-branch General Meeting will commence at 9.30am at the Beerwah RSL
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Suncare Community Service’s free Carebus at the Mooloolah Community Centre, Bray Road, Mooloolah, 9.00am - 1.00pm. A free mobile information service At the including respite care, health and well-being, medical conditions, June home assistance and support, THURSDAY Countdown to 2012/2013 Financial Year Networking Night seniors and veterans information, birthday Who:Eclectic all local Dreams businesses10th are welcome to attend disability services and government from 6.00pm, When:celebrations, June 20 from 5.30pm – 7.00pm Maleny services. Street, Landsborough. Where: at LattE Da Café and Gifts at 19 Caloundra Street, Landsborough (Old Mad Hatters) Glass House Legacy Laurel Club Peachester District Horticultural Cost: there will be no charge for the hot and cold nibbles monthly meeting, 10.30am in the Society meeting, 9.30am however you will need to pay at for the your own drinks Glass House Country Bowls Club. The meeting RSVP:Peachester by Monday,Hall. June 18 at 4.00pm by phoning Sarah at GCNews on 5438 7445 or emailing will be followed by a garden visit. June firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Visitors always welcome. Phone WEDNESDAY Media partner of Glass House Patricia on 5496 9169. Country Chamber of Commerce Maleny Theosophy Study Group’s
Monthly meeting of the Sunshine Coast Cystic Fibrosis Support Group, 10.00am at the Islander Café, Grande Parade, Kawana Island. The Sunshine Coast Cystic Fibrosis Support Group is a group of family, friends and sufferers of CF, who live on the Sunshine Coast. For more information phone Pat on 5491 8201.
public meeting, 5.30pm, with Bob Lawrence presenting ‘The Implications of Man’s Threefold Nature - How understanding the nature of 'Self' leads to an understanding of the nature of the universe’, at the Hinterland Business Centre, 38a Coral Street, Maleny. Gold coin donation, all welcome. Visit tinyurl.com/tsmaleny for more info or phone 0405 335 929.
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Caboolture Regional Car Club Swap Meet and Show and Shine, Caboolture Showgrounds, Beerburrum Road, Caboolture. Inquiries swap 5495 3312 / 0419 331 213, Show and Shine 38887209 / 0431 577 334.
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Peachester Market held at the Peachester Hall from 1.00pm – 5.00pm, hosted by the Peachester CWA. There will be potted plants, clothing, bric-a-brac, soft toys, hot food, homemade cakes and jams. New stallholders are welcome for enquiries phone Joan on 5494 9521 or Coral on 5494 9775.
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Our Glasshouse powerhouse Mount Mellum’s Lindsay Sutton is no stranger to international athletic success. At the young age of 23, he has already won a swag of gold medals. He is the current world title holder in the hammer throw and discus, but it’s the opportunity to represent Australia in the Paralympic Games in London that has him really excited. And he reckons it’s not his competitors that will be making him nervous when he lines up to compete in Shot Put, but the fact that an estimated 1.9 billion people across the globe will be tuning in to watch the nine day event from August 29. “The Paralympics is just such a bigger stage to perform on,” he said. “At any given moment, there are around one million people watching events at the Games, and that’s the major difference from any of my previous competitions.”
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The intellectually disabled athlete, who has been competing in shot put, discus and the hammer throw since he joined Glasshouse Little Athletics 13 years ago, is in top form ahead of the Games, and says he will be aiming for a bronze medal when he competes on September 7. He said his biggest threat will be another Aussie, Tasmania’s Todd Hodgetts, but Lindsay isn’t fazed. And with the weight of the support of the Glasshouse Country behind him, and the eyes of the world on him, we don’t think there’s anything this young powerhouse can’t achieve. The London Paralympics will take place from August 29 to September 9. Lindsay will be competing in his first heat on September 7, so keep an eye out for broadcast details in coming weeks. Athletics is Australia’s most successful sport at the Paralympics to date, and this year is the first year since 2000 that paralympians with an intellectual disability have been allowed to compete.
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Thirty six Australian athletes will be competing at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London. With 1,100 athletes competing for 170 gold medals, athletics is the largest sport on the Paralympic program.
and two gold medals in Atlanta in 1996. He then won Individual bronze medals at three successive Paralympic Games. The London 2012 Paralympic Torch Relay will take place from August 24 - 29, after the Closing Ceremony of the Olympic Games.
There are 21 sports (including athletics) included in the program for the 2012 Paralympic Games. Hungary’s Pal Szekeres has won medals in both the Olympic and Paralympic Games for fencing. His journey to the top started back in 1988, when he won bronze at the Olympic Games in Seoul in the Team Foil event. In 1991 he was injured in an accident, suffering serious spinal damage, but recovered to win gold at the Wheelchair Fencing Championships that same year. In Barcelona in 1992, Szekeres won the Paralympic gold medal in the Individual Foil,
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Much needed funding boost for Beerburrum Hall The Beerburrum School of Arts is set to receive a facelift after receiving more than $6,000 in funding from the Sunshine Coast Council.
Membership of the Hall Committee, only $2.00 a year, is the main funding source, along with hall hiring fees, and the committee are calling on anyone in the local community who isn’t already a member to sign up. “At the moment, we have 71 members on the books, our highest membership ever, which is in no small part thanks to the efforts of our current secretary Sarah Frahm-Bell, and Ron and Joy at the Beerburrum Post Office,” Helen said. She said being totally reliant on volunteers, the Hall Committee is always looking for new members and help with fundraising. For more information about hiring the hall, or to become a financial member, contact Helen on 0402 840 443. Membership can also be paid at the Beerburrum Post Office.
Divisional Councillor Rick Baberowski met with members of the Hall committee last week to present the funding, which will be used to give the outside of the historic building a fresh coat of paint. Treasurer Helen Manson said the committee was extremely grateful for the grant funding of $6,035.00 (plus GST), which together with an emergency grant of $2,000.00 they also recently received, was the first funding the hall had received from the Sunshine Coast Council. The emergency funding, received earlier this month, was used to purchase a new mower. The Beerburrum Community Hall, as it is more commonly known, was built by returned servicemen in 1916, when one of its main uses was as a library. Today the hall, owned and run by the Beerburrum Hall Committee, is still regularly used by the community, and relies on the hard work and fundraising efforts of the Hall Committee for all of its funding, general upkeep and maintenance.
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Sharing the joy of reading The joy of reading is not lost on the residents of Embracia, and this is especially the case for those residents who can no longer enjoy the pleasure by themselves, thanks to a group of volunteers from the Friends of Beerwah Library. Residents at the aged care facility in Beerwah look forward to their regular reading sessions with one of the Library’s nine volunteers, who perform a variety of roles, from reading one-onone with residents, to exchanging library books and reading to small groups. Beerwah Library’s Home Service Program coordinator Karen Ferguson said the program, which started in September last year, offers a free service delivering books and other library materials to housebound members of the community, based on their needs and preferences.
Library volunteers Kate and John Wright with Embracia resident Joan
Karen said it was a mutually beneficial service for the residents at Embracia. “Based on the feedback we have received, not only do the residents really enjoy the service, but our volunteers get just as much out of the experience, they love the opportunity to spend some time with some of the more senior members in our community,” she said. One of the volunteers, (back) Library volunteers Fayonne and Valerie, and Embracia resident Arthur Fayonne Partridge, Westwood, Beerwah Library’s Karen Ferguson and Trina Haylock, of Embracia exchanges books for (front) Embracia residents Jean, Pat, Van and Eunice three residents once a fortnight. Wright. At 91-years of-age, she prefers the social Fayonne said she started volunteering because interaction more than the reading, and it’s one of she had time on her hands. the highlights of her week when they pop in for a “My husband was volunteering at the library, so visit. I decided to help out as well. I really enjoy it, Kate and John, who are relatively new volunteers especially the time I spend chatting to them each to the service, signed up around three months time I come and visit,” she said. ago, and love the opportunity. Resident Van is someone who particularly looks “We like people and we like books, so it made forward to weekly visits from the volunteers. sense,” Kate said. As an avid reader in his earlier years, his failing eyesight means he can no longer read for himself, “The Glasshouse community has given us so but can still enjoy the pastime thanks to the much, so it’s nice to be able to give something volunteer who comes and reads to him each back,” she said. week. For more information about the Library’s Home Another resident, Joan, is also very fond of her Services Program, contact the Beerwah Library weekly visits from volunteers Kate and John on 5439 2500.
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Want to know what it is like to have a horse of your own? Why not organise some friends and spend the day having fun with our friendly ponies and horses? The workshops are very popular so you will need to put your name down early so you will not be disappointed. All workshops Thursday June 28 Confident 9.00am to 3.30pm Friday June 29 Confident Wednesday July 4 Beginner $120 for 1 Day Thursday July 5 Beginner WHY NOT STAY THE NIGHT AND HAVE A SLEEPOVER $270 (2 day with sleepover)
GAIN CONFIDENCE AROUND HORSES AND PARTICIPATE IN: How to care for your horse, brushing, feeding, tacking up, basic riding lesson, games on horse back, a trail ride, washing and getting you horse ready for the paddock again, marshmallows over camp fire,(sleepover). We have lots of fun. WHAT TO BRING? long pants/jeans, sun safe shirt, morning tea, lunch and friends. (parents are welcome to stay) WHAT DO WE SUPPLY: Ponies/horses, helmets, riding boots, a safe environment, holiday entertainment, a day with your OWN horse. SLEEPOVER: need bedding (dinner and 2nd day food we supply) EMAIL:
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A better bridge on Meyricks Road? Recently, Sunshine Coast Council completed construction of a new single lane reinforced concrete bridge to replace the old timber bridge on Meyricks Road at Glass House Mountains. Divisional councillor Rick Baberowski said the $432,000 bridge provided a much longer lifespan and improved flood immunity. One regular user, Glasshouse Country Coaches Manager Gary Edwards, said the new bridge enabled safer travelling on Meyricks Road. “We use this road frequently during our school runs and the old wooden bridge was often tricky to negotiate due to it being barely wide enough to accommodate our busses,” he said.
“Because the new bridge is wider, it allows a much easier and safer crossing for our drivers and this is very important to us given that we’re transporting school children.” However according to one concerned local, Steve Ralph, who lives on Old Gympie Road, but has used the bridge to visit a friend, the bridge is an accident waiting to happen. “My concern is that the bridge has been placed in the wrong position,” Mr Ralph said. Steve said the new bridge lines up directly with a tree, located only eight metres from the guardrail. “I would like to know the name of the engineer responsible for putting the bridge in this location, as I believe it has the potential for endangering lives.” “The old bridge didn’t line up with the tree, so why is this one?” he asked. Mr Ralph also questioned what other local users of the bridge thought. “What about the residents in the area who use the bridge daily? What do they think about it?” GCNews has put in a request to Sunshine Coast Council to explain their design and approval process for new infrastructure such as the new bridge on Meyricks Road. We would also like to hear from other locals who regularly use the new bridge, and what they think of it. Email us at email@example.com or phone our office on 5438 7445.
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Sunshine Coast Council has launched several online modules as part of its eBusiness strategy, providing customers with more ways to access their information and communicate with council by facilitating a range of 24/7 self-service interactions. The new services improve the way the community engages with council by simplifying processes for bill payment, licenses, permits and requests. Customers now have an alternate method for these transactions, adding to phone, online chat and customer contact centres. Register with MyCouncil (online registration system) to access the Online Services module, where you can sign up to receive your rates notice via email. To register, go to www. mycouncil.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au or use the new top level navigation on council’s website. Modules include: MyCouncil, the first step is to register with MyCouncil to get access to Online Services; Online Services; Mobile sites and MyMaps. Council will release further online modules later this year, including online building applications. For a chance to win an Apple iPad, complete the ‘SCC Online’ survey at www.surveymonkey. com/s/MyCouncil.The survey results will provide council with an understanding of internet usage on the Sunshine Coast. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries or for help with these online capabilities.
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Some of the parishioners of Glasshouse Country Anglican Church came along in period costume to mark the 350th anniversary of the Book of Common Prayer As well as this year being the 60th Jubilee celebrations of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, it also marks the 350th anniversary of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer. To mark the occasion, parishioners of Glasshouse Country Anglican
Church brought along their treasured old prayer book, and some came along in ‘period’ costumes. At the end of the service everyone stood for the singing of God Save the Queen. Fr David Curry and Br John Stevenson officiated.
Annual soup luncheon to warm up the soul! Soup, soup, glorious soup! Good for the soul and good for the tooth! The days are about to get longer and it is time for the annual soup luncheon hosted by the Beerwah Catholic Ladies Auxiliary. All your favorite soups, as well as some more exotic varieties served with tea, coffee and slices, all for only $5.00 per person, with all proceeds to St Vincent de Paul Winter Appeal. As is in previous years, the lunch will be preceded by a speaker of interest. This year local
business woman Trish Cashin will give us a talk on recycling and its increasing importance in our lives. Mark the date in your diary, Tuesday, July 3 at 11.00am (lunch from 12.00noon) at the Mary MacKillop Centre, Peachester Road, Beerwah.. The Beerwah Catholic Ladies Auxiliary looks forward to welcoming all members of the community to this traditional event.
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Calling all young and emerging tertiary art students Sunshine Coast Council is seeking entries for the prestigious Sunshine Coast Art Prize Tertiary 3 (SCAP T3). This art award offers prizes totalling $6,000.00 to emerging tertiary students. SCAP T3, offering a $3,000.00 award in both ‘Two Dimensional’ (2D) and ‘Three Dimensional’ (3D) categories, will be a showcase of the region’s young and emerging artists. The prize is open to all undergraduate tertiary students living or studying on the Sunshine Coast. Sunshine Coast residents who are enrolled as undergraduates in tertiary institutions in other regions can also enter, as can those who are studying via accredited online courses. To be eligible artwork must have been completed between July 1, 2011 and July 2012. To enter students need to complete an entry form which is available by visiting council’s www.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au/sitePage. cfm?code=arts-competitions by July 6. Selected entries will be exhibited at the Butter Factory Arts Centre, Cooroy between July 20 and August 25. The winners will be announced at an official exhibition launch on Thursday, July 26 at 6.00pm. For phone enquiries students are asked to contact the Butter Factory Arts Centre on 5454 9050.
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There is nothing more tantalising than the aroma of a freshly brewed cup of coffee first thing in the morning. When the cup of coffee is accompanied by a delicious assortment of delicacies and a really good cause, who can resist it? When Glasshouse Country Christian College held its Biggest Cuppa for Cancer, no one even tried to resist the temptation. This is the third year GCCC has held its Biggest Cuppa for Cancer. Mandy Ward, GCCC’s Kitchen Garden convenor, organised the event with the help of some very wonderful parents. The volunteer kitchen garden bakers worked hard and long to produce a luxurious and decadent spread. There were cupcakes, savoury mini muffins, chocolate biscuits, ginger kisses, lemon meringue pies, custard tarts, passionfruit slices, carrot cake and much, much more. GCCC mums, Kelly Yeo and Beck Demerutis joined Mandy in hosting the event and were
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Voices on the Coat National Year of Reading Students from varying grades at Beerwah State School attended ‘Voices on the Coast’ on Tuesday, June 5. ‘Voices on the Coast’ is a festival to promote authors and their latest books. Children commented on how encouraging it was to learn how the authors work out their ideas for books, become authors and promote their books. They also attended workshops by photographer / author Jan Latta and author Christopher Cheng. Many of the author’s books are located in your school library. A special thank you to volunteer parents who taxied students to the venue.
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As the mercury drops and we huddle under layers of warm clothing, spare a thought for your pet. A long or thick coat can help insulate your furry friend against cooler temperatures, but if the coat is not properly maintained, it can become more of a hindrance than a help. Helen at Paws-A-While Dog Grooming has all the answers when it comes to keeping your dog’s coat in great condition throughout winter. In her home based salon in Montrose Street (off Old Landsborough Road), Beerwah, she combines gentle, caring treatments in a no-stress environment to ensure the best experience for your dog. Among the services on offer include style clipping, bathing, blow drying, brushing and de-matting (with toenail clipping, ear plucking and cleaning a standard feature of all treatments). Helen, who has been running her own salon for the past two years, is an accredited dog groomer, and uses her knowledge and expertise to guarantee a quality service, using only quality products on your pet. And she is happy to customise her services to suit her client’s specific needs. Your dog may not necessarily need a full groom, perhaps it’s just a tidy up, with a brush and blow dry, to help keep your dog’s coat in good condition during the cooler months. “It’s important to maintain their coat, to keep it free from matting, knots and fleas, as well as provide insulation,” Helen said. Paws-A-While Dog Grooming operates Tuesday to Saturday from 8.00am 5.00pm, and outside these hours by appointment. Helen also offers a pickup service for special needs clients in the local area. In last week’s edition of GCNews, we incorrectly advised the address of Paws-A-While Dog Grooming as Old Gympie Road, but it is actually located at 7 Montrose Street, Beerwah, off Old Landsborough Road. Give Helen a call on 5439 0080.
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Community Group Updates The Glasshouse Mountains Musicians Club Contributed by Dr Michael Whiticker
Over 40 people attended the Musos Club at the Sports Club last Thursday, with a very full program of 10 acts for the night. Regular performers included Mick Od, Mick Shipley and Frank Moroney, who won the award this month for his thoughtful contributions to the club’s nights. Pam Moroney entertained us with a short set including a number from Burl Ives which took us back to the 50s, and Gary Josland showed what a superb performer he can be in the acoustic vein with his set featuring an exquisite version of the Diamantina Drover. Newcomers ‘The Merkins’ had a lot of fun with their send up of ‘The Devil went down to Georgia’, and it was a pleasure to hear powerhouse rock vocalist Paul Mckenna with Michael Bochow on guitar and Sheree Bochow on sax, presenting the night’s fullest sounding set complete with backing tracks. I was pleased to welcome newcomer Andy H, who I had known from my North Queensland days. Andy said he hadn’t played for a while but was keen to give us three funky originals, and GCNews welcomes contributions from all local community groups and service clubs. Please note the editorial deadline is 12.00noon each Friday. If you have missed the deadline your article will not be considered for the next edition. For articles that do meet the deadline every effort will be made to include them in the next edition. However if we receive more contributions than we have space available your contribution may be held over until the following week. Priority is given to articles / notices that are time specific.
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when you are as passionate in your performance as he is with the gift of a soulful voice and solid guitar playing technique, you are sure to impress. Another newcomer was Maleny resident Richard Bojack, with three deeply felt originals reflecting on his life experience. Richard informed us he was new to performing and lacking some confidence but he has all the necessary ingredients for the stage, and is certainly a strong song writing talent. We welcome Andy and Richard back anytime. I met Tommy Leonard last month at our Bob Dylan night and he returned for this event with three little known but beautiful songs, including one of his own inspired by a combination of a trip to the Tamworth Country Music and tantric sex. It may have been difficult for a mere mortal to decipher his intent with that introduction, but his song – uplifting and haunting with a finely wrought melodic line, soon made his inspiration of minor interest. Tommy is a musician who possesses a soaring voice and intricate finger style guitar technique. Catch him if you can! The philosophy of GCNews is to ensure community groups and other regular contributors have equal opportunity in accessing the free community space made available each week. Please keep contributions to a maximum of 250 words, or 200 words and a photo. Submissions may be edited if too lengthy and in accordance with the GCNews style guide. For further information including guidelines for submitting an article or notice, email reception@gcnews. com.au
Let Toastmasters help Contributed by Martine Goedhart
Most people are shy or nervous about speaking in public. Many of you would rather have a root canal than sign up for a ‘speaking class’. However, since 1924 Toastmasters International has helped millions of men and women become more confident in front of an audience. Our international network and our learn-by-doing program are sure to help you become better speakers and leaders. Read a testimonial from Debbi Fields Rose, founder of Mrs Fields Cookies. ‘I’d never thought of myself as a great communicator and that’s one of the reasons I got involved in Toastmasters. The idea to get in front of a group, not as Mrs Fields but really as Debbi, made my knees shake and I’d get all dry-mouthed. But the toastmasters group understood. Here is a place where you can learn, grow, develop and where other people are doing and learning the same thing.’ Would you like to find out for yourself? Call me on 5496 9855 or visit our website on www.glasshousetoastmasters.org
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Something to smile about! The enthusiastic group of photographers are from the talented U3A Beerwah Grafx group that meets at the Beerwah Library each Thursday afternoon. From 2.00pm – 3.00pm they are volunteer Computer teachers for Friends of the Beerwah Library and then the rest of the afternoon and evening is spent learning the art of photography and the intricacies involved in photo editing programs such as Picasa, Adobe Photo Shop, Corel Paint Shop Pro, Photo Shop Elements and Camera Raw. The passion of this ‘specialised’ group is admirable, as some come each week from Kawana, Caloundra, Maleny, Mapleton, and Buderim as well as the local Glasshouse Country area to improve and share their skills and knowledge with each other. From 7.00pm – 8.30pm Pinnacle Video editing guru Peter Roelands from Glass House Mountains leads the way, showing how to make amazingly professional Video DVD presentations from still pictures, videos or a combination of both with music, creative moving titles, amazing transitions and sound effects. In 2011 this part of Beerwah Grafx group prepared a DVD promoting the Glasshouse Country area (on sale
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You wouldn’t normally consider a trip to the fruit shop as a way to keep the kids entertained in the holidays but a trip to Vecchios on Steve Irwin Way at Beerburrum has a few unexpected surprises that will bring a smile to their little faces. A lovely pair of goats, Babe and Winnie, share their pen with two gorgeous silky bantams and are happy for visitors to come and say hello. The kids can even hand feed the goats. There is also a playground for the kids to have a climb on, and the real highlight of any trip to any fruit shop located at a strawberry farm is to enjoy some sweet strawberries. (They won’t have pick-your-own until the middle of August). Beerburrum student Jack Gilday (pictured right) recommends putting them in some chocolate dipping sauce as the best way to eat them. And a trip to Vecchios is also great for the parents, with a lovely outdoor dining area serving breakfast, morning and afternoon tea and light lunches from 8.00am – 5.00pm seven days a week. Take some time off from your kitchen duties and order one of their all day breakfast specials of bacon, eggs, mushrooms, tomato and toast for just $6.95 and grab a cup of locally grown coffee or call in for tasty home baked cakes, scones or cookies.
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Church on the Rise will be running a holiday Kids Fun Club mornings for Primary school children – Years 1 to 7. The mornings will include: A fast moving program using a ‘follow the clues’ theme, group games, challenges, craft, drama, stories, and a yummy morning tea will be provided each day. The Fun Club will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday, June, 26 and 27 from 9.00am until 12.00noon. Cost is $7.50 per day for the first child and $5.00 per day for extra siblings, Church on the Rise, 68 Peachester Road, Beerwah. To reserve your child’s place please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Church on the Rise on 5494 0655. Registration forms can be filled out on the day.
Thrills and spills at Aussie World!
Are you looking for thrills and spills these school holidays? Then head into Aussie World at Palmview (see ad page 18). Don’t let the winter chill keep you indoors! Go to Aussie World and get your adrenaline pumping on the heart-stopping Redback, warm up by climbing to the top of the Giant Slide, and spin out with your friends on the Octopus. When you need cooling down, wet your pants on the new water ride Plunge. Aussie World’s admission price of $29.00 per person, $99.00 for a family of four or $119.00 for a family of five, includes unlimited rides all day, and unlimited games of mini golf! With so many thrilling rides and games, Aussie World is a fantastic day out for the entire family. Aussie World is located alongside the famous Ettamogah Pub just north of the Caloundra exit on the Bruce Highway. Gates open at 9.00am and rides start at 10.00am. More information can be found at www.aussieworld.com.au or by calling 5494 5444.
Plenty of activities at vacation care
This school holidays, Mooloolah Vacation Care will be open June 25 – 29, and July 2 – 6 from 7.00am – 6.00pm, from Monday to Friday. We will be taking bus excursions to the Roller Skating Rink and also to see the new movie ‘Brave’. There will be lots of fun physical activities at the centre to celebrate the Olympics, as well as craft, cooking and even a dance competition! Children from all primary schools are welcome, and government subsidies are available for every family, which can bring fees to under $3.00 per day. Yes that’s right, it’s incredibly affordable, we are a not-for-profit community run service with qualified caring staff. Call 5494 7491 for bookings and enquiries. www.gcnews.com.au
Things 2 Do The Living End, JBT and Cats to head festival acts
The Living End, The John Butler Trio and The Cat Empire, and that’s just for starters. Throw in Ball Park Music, Lanie Lane, The Whitlams, Boom Crash Opera, The Beards, the USA’s Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue and you’ve got the makings of one of the best line-ups of any festival in the country. But this is no ordinary festival – it’s the 2012 Caloundra Music Festival and it’s going to be better than ever, with the whole line up to be announced soon. A limited number of early-bird season tickets are on sale now at $175.00 for an adult, $91.00 for youth/ pensioner and $11.00 for those aged 12 and under. For more details on all the festival and the The Living End Caloundra Fringe Festival the week prior, visit www.caloundramusicfestival.com.au
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Abbey Medieval Festival Presents: A Carnivale Night Extravaganza!
Join us at the Abbey Medieval Festival and party like it is 1399! Held on Saturday, July 7, the Carnivale Night is not to be missed! As the newest highlight in the festival’s legendary program, the people of Abbeystowe will bring you the colour, pageantry and excitement of Medieval Europe in a spectacular 1.5 hour event. The Carnivale Event from 5.30pm - 7.00pm promises dancing, music, fire twirling, stilt walkers, horses and acrobatics, and even a gypsy wedding! With our medieval MC Sir Blair, guests are invited to dress up, don masks and participate in the spirited masquerade festivities! Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the Abbey Medieval Festival’s first ever Carnivale themed After Dark Special. With the marketplace open until 6.00pm, offering visitors authentic medieval shopping and chance to experience scrumptious medieval cuisine, and Stag Inn open until 7.00pm, with its famous honey mead, this is a spectacular opportunity to unwind, meet new friends, socialise with re-enactors and end the day on a high note. With a limited number of tickets available, admission is $11.00 per person, with free entry to children under four. Online bookings are available, so please visit our website now to avoid disappointment abbeytournament.com.
Imbil competitive trail ride
The weekend of July 7- 8 is the date for horse riders to compete in the beautiful scenic Imbil area with a competitive trail ride with a difference. This time all the 10 judge points will be completed at the ride base at Imbil Showgrounds in keeping with the English version of Le Trec upon which Sunshine Coast Trail and Endurance Riders Inc (SCATER) is loosely based. The usual format for a Competitive Trail Ride (or CTR) is having at least one and maybe two judge points at the base before riders head off following a marked track (18 to 22 ks) where they will encompass another eight judge points or obstacles before returning to base and completing the competition. However, for a change, this will be a spectator sport because five judge points will be completed before riders head off into the forestry and on return, they will complete the remaining five judge points. SCATER is a great club encouraging horsemanship skills as well as camaraderie. We want to encourage more riders to come along and have fun – trail length is anticipated to be at least 18 kms with a smaller loop for beginners. Camping at Imbil Showgrounds, nominations must be received by June 29. Visit www.scater.com.au for further details.
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Open: Mon- Fri 8.30 - 5.30 Sat, Sun & Pub Hols 9.00 - 1.00 Parking available between Joybells Scrapbooking & Landsborough Kindy on Maleny Street
22 & 23 June 2012 Woodford Showground
Phone: (07) 5496 1147 Website: http://woodfordshow.com
Pavilion Displays Horse Events Woodchop Display Reptile Exhibit Blue Grass Band
Agricultural Games Fireworks Licenced Bar with Music Bush Poets Rodeo
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Don’t be misled by the name. Driftwoods Unique Gifts definitely has plenty of unique items including a great range of gift items. When you walk through the door you will be blown away by just how many amazing pieces they have on display including bars, bar stools, coffee tables and other indoor and outdoor furniture. Their handcrafted quality products are all made from Queensland timbers. If dad has always wanted his own sign for the bar or house name they can make you a great sign to your specifications. With Fathers Day not far away, this would make a great personalised gift for dad. If you have visitors staying you’ll want to take them to Driftwoods to see their extensive range. Open seven days a week (excluding Christmas and Good Friday) – to find out more you can give them a call on 5494 5611.
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7 days 8am – 5pm Pick your own berries right from the patch... Or buy from the packing shed where you can watch the berries being packed.
CAFE & GIFT SHOP OPEN 8am – 5pm daily Enjoy light lunches & tasty treats Tractor Playground Undercover dining area Picnic grounds Birthday parties catered for
133 Laxton Road, Palmview (Take Aussie World exit) www.strawberryfields.com.au
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*Present this voucher to receive a FREE Side Show Alley Game with every full price pass purchased. Offer expires Sunday 5pm 15 July 2012. Passes must be used on day of purchase. Must be an original voucher, no photocopies.
It’s been an exciting time at the Aussie World complex over the past 12 months. Over two million dollars has been invested into upgrading the infrastructure and building three new fun and wild rides. Thrill ride Redback, water ride Plunge and fun Giant Slide will get your blood pumping this winter so spoil yourselves to a fun day out right in your own backyard. The Ettamogah Pub has a tempting meal offer on every night until Sunday, July 29, $14.99 for a choice of a mighty 350gm T-Bone or delicious Chicken Parmy. Both served with beer battered chips, garden salad or seasonal vegetables. The usual great menu and children’s meals are also available during this time. If you’re looking for that elusive gift or just something special for yourself, take a walk through Aussie World’s Souvenir and Gift Store, or one of the shops along the retail strip. You might be surprised at the vast array of choice! In addition to all the above, there’s six unique areas suitable for any type of function, birthday party or sporting group break up. Hope to see you soon!
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Craving a delicious meat pie made with only the best ingredients? You can’t go past Beefy’s Pies, near the Ettamogah Pub. Proving their meat pies are so tasty, the Beefy’s team recently won 1st place for their Signature Steak Pie and also their Angus Steak with Sautéed Onions and Buttered Mushrooms Pie, at the recent Fine Food Expo, in Brisbane. These awards are a reflection of the dedicated production team, led by production manager Rodney Hardy, who pride themselves on always delivering premium, quality pies to their customers, only using 100% Australian steak. Beefy’s is a family business, started by Ron and Shirley Hobbs in 1996, with their son Mark and wife Belinda now running the business. If you haven’t tried a Beefy’s pie, you must visit one of the 4 stores and judge them for yourself. Visit your local Beefy’s and enjoy a much deserved, tasty treat today. www.beefys.com.au
Aussie World Flowers are not just a retail business, we are also flowers growers, we grow our flowers right here on the coast so the range we carry is seasonal and will vary depending on the time of year. We are happy to do corporate as well as personal floral arrangements, and for those customers who would rather have the whole plant we also have a small nursery attached in which we sell tropicals including helconias and gingers. Come September we will have new releases of heliconias previously not available; both plants and rhizomes will be available for order. We will also be going live with our website, which is currently under construction. And if you would like to pick up a bunch of fresh flowers on Saturday, you can call in and see us at the Big Pineapple Farmers Market every Saturday.
Gallery Red Earth is the newest addition to the Aussie World retail strip, featuring a diverse focus on art, including local and international artists and sculptors. Carbon Footprint is a large original by artist John Murray from Lightning Ridge in New South Wales, it really tells a story. I am also exhibiting some fantastic Scrimshaw bone carvings by Norm Lewis of Maleny. Also on display are some beautiful silk inks and dye paintings by Charmaine Cameron of Landsborough along with works by Artist's Marty Walker from Glass House Mountains, and Gary Bell from the Sunshine Coast, amazing pastels Janice Scullion from Beerwah, interesting mixed media by Barbara Dancy, and mixed media by Susanne Barrett from Forest Glen, all of whom have incredible artistic gifts. The gallery also features an impressive range of wooden sculptures and handmade goat milk soap and soy candles. Call and take a look at the gallery, we are open seven days from 9.00am to 5.00pm. JUNE 20 2012 |
You Said It Letters to the Editor Letters are printed at the discretion of the editor, Lea Parkes and her policy is to include letters which focus on issues and are not about personally attacking other people. For a letter to be considered for printing it must be accompanied by the name, address and phone number of the sender. Anonymous letters will not be printed. Preference is given to letters under 300 words. Letters may be edited to make them more readable, but the meaning will not be changed. Regular correspondents will be limited to alternate issues to give everyone a chance to have their say. Letters must meet the Friday 12.00noon deadline. Views expressed in the 'You said it' page are those of the writer - and not this publication. Please send your letters to email@example.com or fax to 5438 7446.
Coonowrin Road Upgrade We live at 50 Coonowrin Road, Glass House Mountains, and would sincerely like to thank Hansons Quarries and their manager Craig Stevens for instigating the funds to pay for the works recently carried out in front of our properties on the afore mentioned road. Along with the other property owners involved, we have endured years of severe dust problems but all grievances fell upon deaf ears until Hansons Quarries came to our rescue. We will now be able to enjoy a normal living environment instead of a prison like existence. To all parties involved, but especially Hansons Quarries, a heartfelt thank you. Barry and Judy Fullerton, Glass House Mountains
New face, new menu at Lookout Cafe We are very excited to let locals know that there was a changeover at the Lookout Cafe from Thursday, June 14. A lovely lady, Rochelle, will be welcoming you to our popular little cafe. There will be new menus, and she brings with her new energy and plenty of ideas to re-invigorate the cafe. She will be opening seven days a week, but the same fantastic views of the mountains and the wild kangaroos will stay the same. If you haven't been for a while, please stop by and say hi to Rochelle and her crew. Bill Rogers Glass on Glasshouse
LANDSBOROUGH AND DISTRICT HISTORICAL SOCIETY Inc
John Tytherleigh, Councillor and Entrepreneur John Henry Edward Tytherleigh was thrifty, enterprising and industrious, yet unassuming. Born at Islington London in January 1867 he migrated to Brisbane arriving in September 1886. After working for Archbishop Webber and a Drapery in the city he took a position with Draper Mr D McNab in Landsborough in 1890. In 1944 at a dinner held in Manttan’s Guest House Landsborough, his staff and friends honoured 50 years of successful business in the area. Cr. H. Bray told how a very small thing had changed the whole course of life for Mr Tytherleigh. A misunderstanding over a pair of scissors had severed his connection with McNab in 1894 and he set up his first Landsborough store on the veranda of a building on Station Road Landsborough. His entry into local government was within the Caboolture Divisional Board where he advocated for a reduction in the size of the area, believing that the large size of the area led to inefficient control and retarded progress in the area. In 1912 when the Caboolture Shire was split up he was appointed Chairman of the new Landsborough Shire. John advocated strongly for the Great North Road culminating in its naming as the Bruce Highway in the Landsborough Shire Chambers. He was a strong advocate for parks and gardens, electricity and a water supply on the Obi Creek to serve the Maroochy and Landsborough Shires. He was a prime mover in the establishment of the Landsborough ambulance, Landsborough School of Arts and the Shire Chambers (now Landsborough Museum). His business empire extended to shops in Landsborough, Woombye, Maleny and Caloundra and a 500 acre dairying property in Baroon Pocket. Landsborough Museum holds several items from John Tytherleigh as well as a large collection of photographs.
John Tytherleigh’s truck at the rear of the Cribb Street store with the Landsborough Shire chambers and Ambulance at rear. Can anyone put a name to the young man in the photograph? 20
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From Rick Baberowski Division 1 Councillor Sunshine Coast Council Phone: 5420 8987 Four weeks in and the new council is making some real progress towards bringing down a responsible budget. We are still largely focused on whole of region issues and I’m pleased to be getting a grip on some local projects such as the development of the natural play area in Skippy Park. I met on site with staff to review the stage 1 work so far and I’m pleased to report that some minor changes will be made and that the maintenance schedule will be upgraded to ensure it functions well and stays in great condition. Council is considering budget allocations for further stages in the budget, so more on that in future columns. An important moment occurred when the new council confirmed that over the next four years council will continue to strive for the Sunshine Coast to become Australia’s most sustainable region – vibrant, green and diverse. That means strengthening the economy, protecting the environment and celebrating the character of our diverse communities. On the subject of our diverse communities, I’d like to encourage us all to become more active tourists in our own division. We have a truly outstanding range of scenic spots that often only local residents know about. I’d like to hear from you about where your favourite spot in the division is so that your special space can be the best kept secret between you, me and the Glasshouse Country community. As an example, one of my special places is the drive along Bald Knob Road. It might be better to wait until the road slip repairs are completed but in any case it’s a slow and winding road with many stunning vistas across the mountains to the coast. I’d love to hear from you about your favourite places too and in sharing our best secret spots help remind ourselves what a special area we have. Contact me about Division 1 activities by calling the office on 5420 8987 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and don’t forget to mention your favourite secret spot on the Sunshine Coast.
From Jenny McKay Division 5 Councillor Sunshine Coast Council Mobile: 0409 450 726 Well another term is off and running full steam ahead! And I am very much enjoying being a part of this new team of councillors. I’m confident the community will soon agree with me, as we start to get our various projects up and running. Rural Roads Council has completed a two-day workshop with Moreton Bay Council, in partnership with the Local Government Association of Queensland (LGAQ). One of the key focus areas of the workshop was the development and management of rural roads. The two councils have agreed to join forces to lobby for a review of the Australian standards to allow for more flexibility in discretion of standards and expenditure. In the hinterland region, this is an area we really need to look closely at how we can be more cost effective without compromising safety. With our current budget allocation on the Sunshine Coast of around $3 million allocated each year for the whole of the region it’s only providing us with 6 to 7 km of new road seals and this is from a total of over 700km of unsealed (gravel road) network uncompleted (primarily located in the hinterland regions). I have followed up and am scheduled a meeting with the newly appointed LGAQ project officer in road infrastructure to ensure that the matter is pushed forward. Green June Why not celebrate all things eco-friendly by getting involved in Green June, the biggest environmental event month of the Sunshine Coast calendar year? There’s a heap of Green June activities happening across the region, including : - Living Smart workshops at the Nambour (June 20, 27) and Maleny Libraries (June 25). - Treeline Holiday programming (June 24 - 29) and Treeline Family Fun Day and Green June close (July 1) at the Maroochy Botanical Gardens. - Green June Movie Festival, Nambour Civic Centre, June 22 - 24. Of special note there is a special screening of Greenhorns on Saturday, June 23 at 4.00pm (documentary on young farming movement in USA promoting the need for transition) with a follow on discussion. For a full list of Green June events, visit http://community.sunshinecoast. qld.gov.au/directory/green-june-2012 www.gcnews.com.au
Real Estate and Financial Guide
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How standard is the standard variable rate? Despite the fact that Australian mortgage holders seem to hold their collective breath at the beginning of every month in anticipation of the RBA’s decision, what really impacts on home-owners is the interest rate YOUR bank is charging you for YOUR home loan. Most borrowers, thanks to bank marketing, would be familiar with the term ‘standard variable rate’. And while all the major lenders used to offer almost exactly the same standard variable rate, the changing financial landscape of the past couple of years means there is www.gcnews.com.au
now considerable disparity in what is on offer. While many borrowers may mistakenly believe that the standard variable rate was similar to the RBA’s cash rate, this is far from the truth. Each lender sets its own individual standard variable rate, this is not an industry wide measure, and it’s largely just a marketing tool. The standard variable rate is very much the bank’s ‘premium’ rate and while it may be the most appropriate rate for some borrowers,
many of that bank’s home loan products are often available at a rate that is significantly below this. However, just what rate you end up paying can be determined by a number of factors. Generally speaking, the more you borrow, the more scope you have to secure a lower rate. A loan of in excess of $150,000 will attract some form of discount, with many of the better rates available on loans of $250,000-plus. Those looking for a ‘no frills’
product may be best off with what is known as a basic loan. This generally comes with a lower interest rate with no or low monthly fees attached. In comparison, professional packages are a way of combining a loan with other bank products such as an offset account or credit card. They offer the extra benefit of discounted interest rates and lower fees but generally have an annual fee attached.
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Position … position … position How refreshing to see a new housing estate developed by locals with a vision for a return to traditional Australian home ownership values. There are 17 beautiful level blocks in Coochin Twins Estate Stage 1, situated across the road from the local park, with the National Park and Coochin Creek bushland also on your doorstep. Coochin Twins Estate features flat blocks from 650m2 to 908m2 in the first stage, wide streets, quality streetscapes and a wildlife corridor to enable the native fauna to move between the park and the creek reserve. Coochin Twins Estate is only a brief drive to the beautiful Sunshine Coast beaches, Sunshine Coast University and the Beerwah business centre.
INTENSIVE AGRICULTURAL OPPORTUNITY - PINEAPPLES
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Three highly productive pineapple farms Three titles totalling 42.47ha (104.9 acres) approx. 2km southwest of Beerwah 1,870,000 (approx.) plants • Water licences Information memorandum available upon request
Wednesday 11th July at 10.00am Beerwah Hotel 53 Beerwah Parade Beerwah QLD
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It is walking distance to Beerwah State Primary School and close to shops, doctors and the train service which provides a comfortable commute to Brisbane, Caboolture and Nambour. The people behind Coochin Twins are a group of small business people from the Sunshine Coast and hinterland region, who want a housing estate they can be proud of, that they can show to their grandchildren in years to come. ‘Coochin Twins Estate’ entry is from: - 2750 Old Gympie Road Beerwah. Ask us about our $8,000 Building Completion Bonus! Agents onsite Sundays from 12.00noon - 2.00pm. Call Today For More Information! Jmre Project Marketing Paul or Wes 0466 154 148. www.coochintwins.com.au
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MOOLOOLAH’S BEST INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES 22 Maddock Avenue RENTAL POTENTIAL APPROX $395PW Fantastic Investment Opportunity or great home in this lovely estate, close walk to town this is a well priced home which is under 4 years old and is ready to go and ready to move in!! Property features include: Lake views from garden 4 good size bedrooms Open plan living and dining Modern Kitchen Double remote garage Good flow and plan of the house OFFERS OVER $375,000 31 Paget Street FANTASTIC INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY POTENTIAL RENTAL OF $275 PER WEEK This cute comfortable cottage will get you off the rental treadmill with 2 bedrooms and open plan living areas, bathroom and laundry. It has the added benefit of a great under house area where you can sit and enjoy the outside rain or shine. The features of this home are: Close to town Save petrol Take train to Brisbane Fully fenced Under cover entertaining area Carport $240,000
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Property of the week Best Buy in Town - 14 Cockatoo Court, Beerwah $349,000 This property has come onto the market at a realistic price with a motivated vendor. On entering the property you are greeted by an open plan design with an air conditioned lounge combined with kitchen and dining area. A separate room could be used as a media room or fourth bedroom as it has built in robes and TV points. The air conditioned master has a walk in robe with ensuite and fan while the other two bedrooms have built in robes and fans. A study nook has been provided ideal for
computers and keeping paper work in one place. Two corner sliding doors open from the lounge to the covered entertainment area which looks out to a generous grassed area. Currently tenanted at $390.00 per week and conveniently located within walking distance to parks, schools shops and public transport. This is the best buy in town and perfect for the investor or the family home. Phone the office for information on this property on 5439 0300.
2 1 5 2 Harry Place, Beerwah Return this large family home to its former glory!
This 1100sqm block houses a 5 bedroom home with a joint kitchen, meals room and separate lounge. After a little TLC you could bring this home back to its former glory then sit back in the covered entertainment area watching the kids splashing in the pool, kicking the ball or bouncing on the trampoline in the spacious back yard. A covered area off the bay shed makes the ideal outside gym or barbeque facility. Council are not dividing blocks of this size in town any more, thus making this property your chance to get the buy of the year. This centrally located property in the heart of town means all facilities are within walking distance. All just 20 minutes to golden beaches and 45 minutes to Brisbane. • Great Family Home on Quarter Acre • Fully Fenced Spacious Back Yard • In Ground Salt Water Pool • Two separate Living Areas • Quiet Location Right in Town • Close to Schools Shops Public Transport
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You will simply revel in the luxury this superb family residence provides. A truly luxurious home, with a list of features you have only dreamed about. Well-crafted Dwyer Quality home. This superb residence comes with with 9 and 12 ft ceilings, high quality inclusions, 8 panel 3KW solar system, and large covered outdoor entertaining area complete with inground Pool Fab saltwater pool. The gardens are easy to care for and are complimented with Sir Walter lawns. YOU CAN'T BE TOO EARLY TO RING, BUT YOU CAN BE TOO LATE. • Well crafted Dwyer Quality home • High Quality Inclusions • 8 panel 3kw solar system • Fab Saltwater Inground Pool • Easy Maintenance Gardens with Sir Walter Lawns • Quiet Cul-de-sac • Small Boutique Estate, Surrounded by National Park • Bushwalking and Mountain Bike paths within walking distance • Close to Shops, School and Transport
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Community Notices Dance classes for high school students
Teghans Dance Club has new dance classes for High School students, commencing Tuesday, July 17, 5.00pm - 6.00pm at the Peachester Hall. If there is enough interest she will create a separate class for the boys. There is already a very popular 'Boys Only' class for Primary age boys. Term three classes for junior Club, Boys Club, Girls Club and the new Performance Team commence July 17 / 19. Class sizes are limited so bookings are essential. Bookings and enquiries phone 5494 9192.
Jewellery Auction and Lunch
Sunday, August 19 at Peachester Hall, Peachester. Viewing of jewellery and registration from 10.30am, auction commences 12.00noon. Admission $12.00, includes lunch. All proceeds to Cancer Council Queensland. Limited numbers, bookings essential, contact Margarita 5494 9192 or email pcja2012@ hotmail.com. Bookings close Sunday, August 12.
Save the date!
It’s on again! The third annual Chaplaincy Golf Classic will be held Sunday, July 15, so mark the date in your calendar now. Help support the valuable Chaplaincy service that supports local students. New this year – the Corporate Challenge. Get your work colleagues together and form a team. Nominations $55.00 / player, includes brunch. Great prizes including Westpac
perpetual trophy up for grabs. Major auction item is a framed, autographed Jamie Whincup shirt. For more information, to register, or to sponsor or donate prizes, contact Warwick Moody phone 5494 9351.
Glass House Mountains Community Hall raffle which was held on June 9 was won by Maria from Glass House Mountains (red ticket B21). Thanks to all those who support the raffles. Glass House Country RSL Sub Branch. Lucky door - Don bottle of wine 89A red club, meat tray - Marg Coulsen 55F yellow star, fruit and veggie tray - Maisie 48E red dots, fruit and veggie tray - Marg B 62F yellow star.
Lavally Lodge Monster Bookfest
The Lavally Lodge Monster Bookfest is on at the Caloundra Arts and Crafts Centre, North Street, Caloundra (opposite the Rydges Oasis Resort). Open Saturday, July 14 from 8.00am until 4.00pm and Sunday, July 15 from 8.00am until 12.00noon. Books of all kinds, CDs, DVDs, games and puzzles are flowing in so come along for great bargains. Remember to bring cash and bags! Donations are still welcome. Phone Don Rolls on 5491 2011 or Mary Crase on 5496 9403.
Interested in playing social table tennis? Or being a member of a social craft group? Table tennis is held on a Thursday evening at 7.00pm and the craft group meet on the second and fourth Friday of the month from 9.30am - 11.30am. If interested phone Eric or Hazel on 5439 9426.
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JUNE 20 2012
Cansurvive - Cancer Support Group
Cansurvive is a cancer support and information service. Support Groups are held each fortnight and are open to members of the public. A group that both uplifts and supports on the path to healing. We aim to help people with cancer see a broader view of the body’s healing journey. The Cansurvive Centre provides an extensive library, holistic and main stream medical information, counselling, meditation, practitioner listing, educational seminars and support groups. The Support Groups are held every second Wednesday morning from 10.00am to 12.30pm. The next support group meeting will be on Wednesday, June 27. Guest speaker will be Rasunah. Subject: Gerson Therapy. On July 11, Guest speaker will be Rod Kemp. Subject: Scalar Energy. All are welcome, gold coin donation, morning tea provided. 69 Park Road, Nambour, parking in the grounds. Phone 5441 5730 www.ucansurvive.org
GLASSHOUSE COUNTRY ANGLICAN CHURCH
Phill Wyllie Glasshouse Country Uniting Church Harry Stafford was a businessman from Chicago. He was also a Christian and I want to tell you that Christians are not exempt from problems and financial loss and suffering. Well, he suffered some really serious financial losses. He had to declare himself bankrupt and he lost his home. He sent his wife and four daughters to France to stay with some friends while he tried to sort out his financial problems and get back on his feet again. In mid ocean the passenger ship collided with a tanker and sank in 12 minutes. Two hundred and thirty people drowned. And out of his family only his wife survived. She telegrammed from France, ‘saved alone. What should I do?’ Mr Stafford was overcome with grief. He had lost his fortune. He had lost his home. His four precious daughters were buried in a sunken ship. His wife was in shock and filled with grief on the other side of the world. What would he do? He did the only thing that he could do, he ran into the arms of the risen Lord and that night he wrote a hymn and sent it to his wife. This is what he wrote: When peace like a river attendeth my way When sorrows, like sea billows roll; Whatever my lot, thou hast taught me to know, It is well; it is well with my soul It takes a living saviour to make a person’s heart feel that way. And it takes the living Christ in our hearts to face losses like Harry Stafford did and to come through it as he did. This is what you and I need today. We need to have the living saviour in our hearts.
Cancer Council Queensland has range of six presentation topics presented by trained volunteers available to community groups and workplaces. The topics aim to raise awareness of the importance of prevention and early detection of cancer and how Cancer Council Queensland’s programs and services can benefit people affected by cancer. For further information visit www. cancerqld.org.au or call 13 11 20.
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Glasshouse Country Ministers Fellowship
The Peace that God brings
Cancer Council Queensland Community Presentations
WEDNESDAYS *Mooloolah (Paget Road) 9.00am SUNDAY *Beerwah (Peachester Road) 9.00am
None of us is without some kind of troubles. Maybe some of us are living through financial strain. Maybe ordinary worries are giving you a difficult time. Some of us are dealing with health issues. Some may have mental injuries like depression or anxiety from past traumas. Others may be battling it out with some kind of temptation. The truth is that we need the peace of God in our souls. I want to affirm to you this day that Jesus was thinking about you when He said, ‘Peace, I leave with you, my peace I give unto you.’ He wants you to come to Him and receive that peace. He wants you to bring your burdens to Him. He wants to give you His peace – that is the peace that carried Him through His ministry on Earth, his betrayal, the abandonment by his disciples, his spiritual separation from Father God as He hung on the cross and died for our sins. Jesus was thinking about you when He died on that cross and He did everything necessary to give you peace in the midst of your problems and provide you with a future. All you need to do is to receive it from Him.
Rev. Ken Goodger - 5491 1866 Local contact Br. John 5439 9130
Glasshouse Country Baptist Church 58 Roberts Rd, Beerwah
Invites you to our Sunday services at 9.00am Enquiries phone 5494 6354
CATHOLIC WEEKEND MASSES
Saturday 6pm: Peachester Rd, Beerwah 5493 0967 Sunday 7am: Caloundra St, Landsborough 5494 8896 Sunday 5.30pm: Mooloolah Hall, Bray Rd 5494 7240
GLASSHOUSE COMMUNITY CHURCH Pastor Brendan Edwards
Glasshouse Country RSL Sub Branch Building - Sun 4.30pm
A Wesleyan Methodist Church
Kids Church during service Phone: 0417 757 397 GLASSHOUSE COUNTRY
LUTHERAN CHURCH Reed Street, Glass House Mtns
Sunday Worship and Sunday School 9.00am
Contact 5439 9341 or 5496 9671
Glasshouse Country Uniting Church A Caring Christian Community
Twin Peaks Drive, Beerwah 8.30am - Sunday Worship & Youth Program 10.30am - Peachester UC 1st & 3rd Sun Phone: 5494 6187 All Welcome! www.gcnews.com.au
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Ph: 0422 864 744
Visit our website: www.glendonair.com
Need a new antenna? There's a Jim's Antenna owner in Glasshouse. Call for a free quote today.
BEERWAH ELECTRONICS 21 Peachester Road, BEERWAH Fax: 5494 0416 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Endorsed Antenna Installer
No job too small (Jobs up to $3,300)
• TV, DVD, VCR Tuning • Home Theatre Setups • Satellite Installations • Set Top Boxes
0437 007 128 or 5494 9171
Tyre Sales & Repairs Full Mechanical Service & Repairs Quality wheel alignments (on the latest equipment) R.W.C. on Cars & 4WD Log Book Service All brake & suspension work Windscreens AC Servicing
BRICKLAYING - BOB KENNEDY
5494 6658 - 0418 151 231 TO013
ALL BRICK AND BLOCKWORK RETAINING WALLS - FIREPLACES - BIG/SMALL JOBS
Builders / Carpenters
52 52 Peachester Peachester Rd Rd BEERWAH BEERWAH
of prestige and quality homes, extension and renovations Prompt quoting Over 20yrs experience
Full logbook servicing Roadworthy certificates Aircon repairs & servicing Brakes, clutches & all mechanical repairs
Mob: 0432 215 628 Ph: 5494 1222 Fax: 5494 1224 11 DYER STREET, LANDSBOROUGH
Gold Card No.: 24113
5494 6794 or 0412 060 184
CALL YOUR LOCAL BUILDER
Servicing the local area for over 20 years
ALL HOUSEHOLD ELECTRICAL * WASHING MACHINES *DRYERS *POWER TOOLS * MICROWAVE OVENS
workshop: (07) 5494 6799 mob/ah: 0409 266 807 TO369 25 Moroney Place Beerwah
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YOUR SERVICE & MUFFLER SOLUTION
• A Grade Mechanic Lic. No. 6342
• Mechanical Repairs
• Warranty Servicing, RWC, clutches & brakes • Electronic code scanning
LANDSBOROUGH AUTO ELECTRICS
0417 199 167
Dean Parry Carpenter
All carpentry work M 0417 045 062 RenovationsExtensions T (07) 5494 7117 Decks – Home F (07)Maintenance 5494 7543
ABN 83 143 913 259 BSA Lic No. 49425
Ken Muller 0467 490 907 Matthew Muller 0409 936 083
LEAKING SHOWERS RESEAL • REGROUT • WATERPROOF NO TILES REMOVED
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Joinery & Shopfitters Over 35 years professional experience
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Ph 5439 0108
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Retaining Walls Fences
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We make your television viewing a pleasure
Mobile: 0429 960 300
Insurance Repairs Small Jobs Welcome BSA Lic # 1018329
ALL AREAS 0407 146 626
Ph: 5496 0300
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ELECTRICIAN / APPLIANCE REPAIRS
NEED A QUALITY BUILDER? THINKING OF RENOVATING?
New Homes Extensions Renovations
trucks cars earthmoving trailers
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Phone: 5438 7223 or 0407 785 258
• Kitchens • Vanity • Laundry •TV Units • Robes • Appliances • Organised sub trades
CUT & EDGE SERVICE AVAILABLE
Office and Showroom Unit 1, Lot 28 Biondi Crescent, Beerwah
5494 6500 JUNE 20 2012 |
PH: 5494 0466
• Antenna Repairs • New Installations • Digital Upgrades • Additional Outlets
0422 580 178
0434 090 197
BSA Lic 1129044
e & Juli Garth ne Sto
Rendering, Paving & Concreting
Arctic au 22675
Antennas / TV
For all aspects of brick & block laying
Reliable & Professional Tradesman
License No 71591
INDUSTRIAL / COMMERCIAL / DOMESTIC 30 Years Experience in Trade Tradesman not Salesman First Class Workmanship 5 Year Warranty on Installation
Honest, Reliable Mechanical Repairs & Servicing
Rapid Brick & Block Laying
TNT MOBILE MECHANICAL
A to Z of Trades and Services
For all your electrical needs
Give us a go! No Job is Too Small
Carpet Cleaning Family Owned and Operated
Darryl Johnson - 0415 954 195
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No Job Too Small
Darrell & Jocelyn Byrnes
Call Brad & Kaylene Hale, your local carpet cleaning professionals
Plain - Exposed - Stencil Finishers Shed Slabs, Driveways, Pathways Patios, Under House, House Slab Bobcat hire
Monday - Friday 7.30am - 5.30pm
Retail suppliers of fencing materials, timber, logs, wire and steel. Also installers of quality fencing For a Free Measure and Quote phone
PH: 5497 4097 Mob: 0419 797 448
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Ph 5492 9502 Mob: 0409 549 295
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For all your floor sanding needs Justin 0468 639 761 Jobs up to $3,300 only Garden Maintenance Same day response Free Quotes Fully insured
Phone 1300 721 117 www.pcsol.com.au
JUST TIMBER FLOORS
Lic. No. 70875
NFL Electrical Nathan 0417 040 291
Domestic, Commercial & Industrial Owner Builder - Rural - Sheds
Est. since 1983
(AH) 5494 6302
› Domestic › Commercial › Industrial Free Advice - Quote Service Phone Les McDermott
0417 797 430 ACN 075 810 463 BSA 77142
• Stenciling • Covacrete • Stamped • Exposed Concrete • House slabs • and resealing
PHONE: 0407 754 208 | JUNE 20 2012
Domestic · Commercial · Industrial · Rural
All Aspects of Electrical Contracting Beerwah & Surrounding areas Prompt Reliable Service No Job Too Big or Too Small
Your local Jim services all areas call 131546 www.jimsmowing.net
Mays Mowing Service Garden Clean ups Gutter Cleaning Whipper Snipping Pruning
Large Acreage Mowing Rubbish Removed
Phone Nick Atwell Mob: 0411 466 586 A/H: 5494 6713
Call Jamie 0417 720 505 a/h 5494 6282
Your Electrical and Lighting Retailer Ceiling Fans Lighting Air Conditioners
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41 Caloundra Rd, Caloundra
Tina 0418 935 164
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Driveways - Paths - Patios - Slabs Quality Work at Competitive Rates
Ph Greg on 0418 741 145 or 5412 1425 G&D Cooke Electrical
Lic # 5582
Phillip Short Concrete
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Argh! Stupid Computer!
your local licensed contractor
5496 9861 or 0439 303 306 Glasshouse Mtns email: firstname.lastname@example.org QBSA LIC1139536
ABN 89 058 455 025
* Installation * Air Conditioning * Split Systems
PH: GUS GILLESPIE 0405 125 662
Office:0414 5493482 0054 Mobile: 037 Mobile: 0414 482 037
Lic No 67745
Home & Business Sales & Service Website & Hosting
PO Box 32, Landsborough, Qld 4550
Adam: Glasshouse Mtns Adam: Glasshouse Office: 5493 0054Mtns
Jim: Beerwah Office: 5439 9400 Office:0414 5439774 9400 Mobile: 046 Mobile: 0414 774 046
0412 234 240
Timber, Colourbond, Aluminium & Glass Pool fencing, Gates Retaining Walls & More For a free quote Phone Matthew
Domestic • Commercial •71536 Rural • Industrial BSA Lic. No. 60278 Lic. No. 60278 PO BoxBSA 578, Beerwah QLD 4519 PO Box 578, Beerwah QLD 4519
Phone 5494 0398
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SPECIAL RATES FOR LOCALS
Prompt, friendly service
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Call Greg Small ph 5494 9199 mob 0404 903 801
Licensed Contractor - BSA 1119033 ‘Local Guy, Local Quote’
• Carpets, Rugs, Curtains, Cars • Lounge Suites (Fabric and Leather) • Stain Removal, Tile & Grout Cleaning • Carpet, Upholstery & Tile Protection • Concrete Paths, Patios & Driveways
Ceiling Fans Power points Renovations Switchboards Commercial fitouts Sheds
Q.B.S.A. Lic No. 1130199
Hale Carpet Cleaning
Lighting New Homes Pumps
“All Aspects of Concreting”
ABN 87 020 422 605
Mick 0418 935 162
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Garden Maintenance cont. MOWING & ALL GARDEN MAINTENANCE
BEERWAH &S •W
Large or small. Experienced Local Operator
• PAVING TONEWORK • RETAINING WALLS • DRIVEWAYS • POOL SURROUNDS • OUTDOOR LIVING AREAS
Phone Michael 0447 341 241
A1 Raylene’s Mowing Fully Insured, ride on mowing $55 / hr
• 42 Inch cut Walker • Whippy • Spray • Hedging • Yard Cleanups • Push Mow
Ph.: 0438 940 634
• PATHWAYS/STAIRS • UNIQUE GARDENS &
Reliable * Professional * Aﬀordable Free Quotes * BSA 1155906
Builder & Stone Mason QBSA License No. 77177. Est 1981
Ph: 0418 204 159 a/h: 5494 0830
Honest & Reliable Ph: 0405 248 870
Garages / Sheds
• Design • Retaining walls / Drainage • Paving / Repairs • Gardens / Mulching • Lawns • Mini Bobcat Services
BSA Licence no 60108
Phone Shane Robins 0418 900 705 a/h 5494 6425
2 William St Kilcoy
GARAGES - SHEDS FREE Roof Insulation With Every Shed Or Garage Purchased while stocks last, conditions apply
• Auto Electrics • Restoration • Windscreens
Pest Control HINTERLAND PEST CONTROL • Cockroaches • Carpet Beetle • Lawn Weeds • Silver Fish • Bed Bugs
Painters New Work Repaints Roofs Driveways Pressure Cleaning
Glass & Security A & K Glass and Aluminium FIRST 0407 946 061
• Home • Shop • Office • 7 Days •
Free quotes: Call for the Best Price • Windows • Doors • Maintenance • Shower Screens • Security & Insect Screens MONTY’S GLASS & SECURITY 5493 0374 0439 875 031 BSA Lic: L 1117342
22+ years experience Free in all types of home maintenance Quotes repairs, painting & minor renovations
Ph. 5494 9400 or 0401 674 126
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LOW COST GLASS REPLACEMENT
SH RIG RU
4 Railway Street, LANDSBOROUGH (next to BP) ph. 5494 8748 fax. 5494 8858
Supporting Environmentally Friendly Paint
Factory and Showroom
For reliable service call Vern ........
0404 479 187 or 5494 9336
• New Work • House Repaints • Roof Repaints
• Decks • House & Roof Washing PAINTING Do It Right Davie McIntyre Choose Brush Right Painting E.0420 firstname.lastname@example.org 662 811 / 5496 9540 Glass House Mountains
• TERMITE TREATMENTS • TERMITE BARRIERS • PRE-PURCHASE PEST & BUILDING REPORTS • THERMAL IMAGING • COCKROACHES • SPIDERS • ANTS ALL AREAS
Lic No. PMT-0-11432
John Annakin 0407 439 526
We give you a warranty on our work.
GLASSHOUSE COUNTRY PEST CONTROL
Servicing the Hinterland all areas
• Windows • Doors • Shower Screens • Maintenance • Large Range of Spare Parts
Fully Licensed and Insured
• Spiders • Pre-purchase • Rodents timber inspections • Fleas • Termite inspections • Ants • Chemical barriers/
BSA NO. 1011255
07 5493 0440
PO BOX 257 Beerwah 4519 UNCOAST AINTING INTERIOR & EXTERIOR SMALL & LARGE JOBS FREE QUOTES CLEAN & TIDY LOCAL PAINTER Fully Licenced & Insured Call Charlie: 0411 034 444 or 5494 1223
Professional Painting Local Tradesman with 20 years Experience
All Aspects of Painting & Pressure Cleaning Sunshine Coast including all Hinterland areas
ABN 79 347 449 750
ANDREW 0423 107 716
Talkin' trades Has your business been featured in
our 'talkin' trades' yet? Give us a call on 5438 7445 and we can offer you a free write up in this section, (conditions apply).
• Pre- purchase Inspections • Annual Termite Inspections • Termite Management Systems • Termite Treatments • General Pest management Cockroaches • Ants • Spiders • Silverﬁsh • Fleas • Bed Bugs E. email@example.com PO Box. 257 Beerwah 4519 FULLY BSA 1189580 INSURED
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LP Gas Suppliers
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• Bull Bar & Tow Bars • Fuel Injection Repairs • LPG Repairs & Certiﬁcates
Ph (07) 5497 2615
Oﬀering you a variety of services:
• Panel Beating • Spray Painting • Smash Repairs • Rust Repairs
All Areas 0420 53 8890 5494 0393 STILL GROWING
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Plant & Machinery
LL E A C AV D
26 Tytherleigh Avenue Landsborough
REPAIRS SALES SERVICE
*Driveways *Site clean-ups *Landscaping
0419 704 408
Specialising in all types of domestic and small acreage water pump repairs, new installations & sales
Works where others can’t and loves Lantana! D & M Britton - Old Gympie Rd, Landsborough
• • • • • •
Plumbers Allan Koschel Plumbing Service Ph: (07) 5493 0625
Patio Roofing One Stop Shop Specialising in D.I.Y Kits Metal Roofing, Gutters, Fascias etc Polycarbonate & Fibreglass Roofing Ventilators & Skylights Insulated Roofing
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YARD LOCATION Cnr Beerburrum & English Street Caboolture Shire
Ph: 07 5432 8374 or Mob: 0457 772 029
NEW WORK FREE QUOTES
* Containers New & Used All sizes and Types * Container Oﬃces & Living Units * Container Delivery & Relocations
* SALES * HIRE
Servicing the Sunshine Coast Hinterland
NO JOB TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL! For all your PLUMBING needs
JASON KOHL PLUMBING
47 Wises Rd, Maroochydore 5443 2022 www.qldroofing.com.au
Mobile: 0407 727 645
Phone Mobile: 0413 330 275 or 5439 0960 Lic’d Plumber and Drainer QBSA 1002354
50hp, Rubber tracks, 6ft slasher, Free quotes
0419 704 408
PO Box 316 Glasshouse Mtns 4518
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LL E A C AV 0095 T D
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Lic. No. 13217
PHONE JAREN 5439 0764
Roofing & Guttering
Phone John Baker on 0409 20 64 64
Q.B.S.A. No. 76388
• General fabrication • Stainless Steel Benches
1/15 Free Street, Beerwah Ph 5439 0816 or 0413 050 578
For a quote call Len 0419 732 364 or 5494 0484
FRIDGE DOOR SEALS
Positrack, Excavator and Bobcat Hire - 8 tonne tipper - trencher - augers - 4 in 1 bucket - levelling bar - laser levelling - forks - 3 tonne excavator
CUSTOM BUILT TOOLBOXES
* Blocks * Acreage * Firebreaks * Weed Spraying
Refrigeration * All major brands * Supply & Fit
CREATIVE SHEET METAL
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Phone Brian Mobile: 0402 129 665 Fax: 5497 4840
Call 0408 347 054 or 5448 5404
B&A Earthmovers bobcat, excavator & tipper hire
Call us now 0408 220 659
POSI-TRACK SLASHING & EARTHWORKS *4 in 1 Bucket & Level Bar *6ft Double Head Slasher *50hp *10m3 Tipper
> Septic tank / grease trap cleaning - EPA approved > Holding / grey water tanks and bio-cycle pump outs > Waste oil collections (free service) > General waste removal and skip bin hire
• Tilt Bucket • 3 ton Excavator • Laser Levelling • Trencher • Post Hole Borer • Pallet Forks • Auger 250 • 350 • 450 • 600mm Plant Auger Lindeman Road • Rotary Flail/Grass Mulcher/Cutter • 8 ton Tipper Truck BEERWAH AVAILABLE 7 DAYS A WEEK Ph: 5494 0056 • Mobile: 0408 192 814
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Experienced in all aspects of tiling
Free fast quote BSA Licenced: 1101772
Brian Dudin 0438 623 523 After hours: (07) 5494 7548
A local working for locals
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BOBCAT EXCAVATOR HIRE
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Tarzan the Tree Specialist
• Tree climbing • Rubbish removal • Mulching • Stump grinding • Free Quotes • Pensioner Discounts
Brent Thomas 0438 236 934 firstname.lastname@example.org
Trees/Palms Pruning/Removals Stump Grinding Fully Insured TO524
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Tilers of Multi Award Winning Homes Builders References Available Member HIA BSA Lic 76808 Beerwah
STEVES TREE CUTTING
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Phone: 5493 7954 Mobile: 0414 819 111
& also Stump Grinding Many years experience - Fully insured Phone 0412 026 545
$20 Million Insurance Free Quotes www.rktreeservices.com.au
David Lowden Tree Services
• Pruning • Lopping • Removal Comprehensive Insurance on all jobs Phone 5494 2444 / 0407 710 993
ABN 23 084 520 507
I. & M. TREE LOPPING ~ & PRUNING ~
expert tree maintenance and removal
P: 5492 9248 M: 0407 759 060
STILL GROWING 26 YEARS STRONG &
Blood, Sweat and Cheers
A Lawn So Good, They’ll Think You’ve Retired TOP QUALITY HOME, COMMERCIAL & RECREATIONAL TURF
Phone Brendan 0447 310 331
FREE QUOTES – RENOVATIONS – REPAIRS NEW HOMES – CERAMIC – PORCELAIN NATURAL STONE BSA 1201973
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Specialist growers of:
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Ian Booth 0403 187 517 or 3204 4910
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Your guide to sport in Glasshouse Country
Beerwah Golf Club Our Ladies Club Championships are over for another year. Well done to Hollie Sinclair for becoming our Club Champion for 2012. Hollie has come through our Junior ranks, guided by Joan Harvey amongst others, to become not only a great golfer but a fine young lady as well. Hollie had rounds of 75, 79, 77 and 81 off the stick for a four round total of 312. Runner up in the Gross event was Andrea Campbell who, after rounds of 91, 90, 85 and 87 finished with 353 off the stick. Our B Grade Champion this year is Mavis Brimelow, our hard working Vice Captain. Mavis played her four rounds in 101, 94, 100 and 99 for a total of 393 off the stick. The Runner up in the B Grade Gross was Noelene Annakin with rounds of 96, 104, 104 and 105 for a total of 409 off the stick. C Grade was won this year by a very happy Julie McMahon. Julie had rounds of 112, 114, 111 and 109 for a four round total of 449 off the stick. There was just one shot to the Runner up, Debs Rutherford who had rounds of 116, 114, 111 and 109 for a total of 450 off the stick. A Four Round Nett event is run in conjunction with the Championships and the winner of the A Grade Nett was Heather Henn with a four round total of 309 Nett. The Runner up in A Grade was Karen Kemp with a total of 319 Nett. Ruth Bowie took out the B Grade Nett with a total of 323 Nett and Jan Corfield won the C Grade with a total of 324 Nett. So that is that for the Ladies Club Championship for 2012. Congratulations to all our winners and those dreaded words for the rest of us ‘there’s always next year’! In the Men’s Club Championships It took a while for Huey to get his act together, but the boys were finally able to finish the last two rounds of the Men's Championships. The first two rounds were played on May 26 and 27, however the next weekend was rained out so the fellas had to wait until last weekend to complete the event. With four great rounds of 71, 70, 72 and 79 for a total of 292 off the stick, the Club Champion for 2012 is Graeme Murray. The day was made that www.gcnews.com.au
much more special for Graeme when his son Noah became Junior Champion with a two round total of 228. Garth Bailo was Runner Up to Graeme in the Gross event with a four round total of 308 off the stick. Tony Sedgeman took out the B Grade Championship with rounds of 85, 85, 90 and 94 for a total of 354 off the stick. He was followed by Graham Trevenen who shot 363 off the stick over the four rounds. The C Grade Champion for 2012 is Graham Black. Graham shot rounds of 90, 87, 83 and 100 for a total of 360. Runner Up in C Grade, with a four round total of 380, was Tyson Blair. Tyson began his golf at Beerwah under the watchful eye of Joan Harvey and has developed into not only a great golfer but a wonderful young man. The Senior Championship is run over two rounds and our Senior Champion for 2012 is Wayne Maw. Wayne shot rounds of 82 and 78 for a total of 160. Congratulations to all the winners for this year. Let's hope the weather is kinder to us next year.
Graeme Murray, Tony Sedgeman and Graham Black
Our three happy winners Julie McMahon, Hollie Sinclair and Mavis Brimelow
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Hollie taking a shot
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Blood, Sweat and Cheers Your guide to sport in Glasshouse Country
Thanks for the new goal post pads
Under 8's and 10s with the new Lions Club goal post pads
The Glasshouse Hinterland AFL Under 7s and 10s would like to send out a big thank you to the Maleny Apex Club for their assistance with the purchase of new goal post pads. The club has recently completed a second oval for the U10s to use in their local competition. The goal post pads will be put to good use when the club hosts a mid-year carnival at the Landsborough ovals this Sunday, June 24 from 8.30am. They will be hosting sides from Maroochydore, Nambour, Bribie and Caloundra. On Saturday, June 23 the Lions will also be holding a double header to determine who gets top of the ladder honour's with the Under 18's and Seniors playing against the Caloundra teams. The 18's who have been playing some fast paced action in recent weeks, lead off the day at 12.00noon followed by the Seniors at 2.00pm. An entertaining day of football at the Tunnel Ridge Road sports ground is expected and we welcome new spectators.
Mooloolah Valley Bowls Club Contributed by Judy Walker
Tuesday, June 12 winners were Gloria Shaw and John Esdaile. Raffle winner John Esdaile. Friday, June 15 winners Ede Clark and Horst Jonscher and 2nd Darren Black and Netty Cook. Saturday was won by Eileen Pierce’s team over Judy Walker’s team in a one bowl shootout.
Lloyd Walker with a big crab, this is what bowlers do on their days off
Glasshouse Country Bowls Club Contributed by Dennis Hume
Wednesday, June 13 - Ladies Jackpot Triples. Winners with lowest winning score Millie Freshwater, Rob Scullion, and Graham Nicholson + 2. Runners up were Ann White, Kevin Beasley, and Margaret Beasley on a count back. Lucky draw winners were Rhyllis Aitken, Maurie Dawes, and Graham Young. The Jackpot did not go off and will be over $200.00 next month. Thursday, June 14 - Open Pairs Bowls. (Two games of 12 ends.) AM winners were Joan Wilson, Stewart Wilson + 38. Runners up were Graham Nicholson, and Ron Rix with + 20 on the second game. PM winners were Kevin Beasley, and Phil Siggers 2 + 24. Runners up were Maurie Dawes, Jonathan Orr + 18 in the second game. Saturday, June 16 - Social Bowls. Good roll up, all had a great day. In a Pairs game Troy German, Richard White def Warren Blackbourne, Max Viterale. Two Triples games were played. Col Allen,
John McSwain, Barry Richardson def Tony Eaton, Jack Timm, and Rob Scullion. Ron Rix, Lindsay Henderson, and Rob Warnest def Richard Kossen, Maurie Dawes, and Stewart Wilson. Pennant Trials: Trial games for all interested players will be held on Saturday, June 23, 12.00noon for 12.30pm start. Saturday Social Bowls will also, until further notice, start at 12.30pm. Donated Bowls: Over the last 50 years many sets of bowls have been donated to the Bowls Club. Most of these sets are no longer suitable for current bowls requirements. Any past member, or family of a past member, can ask for them to be returned. This is because storage has become a problem and they must be returned or disposed of. Please leave a message with a name and a contact number with the Club on 5496 9311 if you are interested. All unclaimed bowls at July 31will be cleared out from the Club.
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Glasshouse Pony members Shine at Nambour Show Contributed by Kelly Wall
Glasshouse Pony Members - Samantha Lupton, Belinda Short, Emma-Lee Forster, Chelsea Davis, Hannah Giblin, Shana Hill, Aiden Pearson, Kayjae Moore and Courtney Hull all competed in Sunshine Coast Agricultural Show Friday, June 15 and Saturday, June 16. Competing in the Hacking, sporting events and Jumping, they all did exceptionally well, coming home with lots of ribbons.
Landsborough Tennis Club Contributed by Jill Kirchheiner
Friday Night Tennis – The finals went ahead without any rain which was great. The players all played well and some of the matches were very close. A big thank you to all the umpires, as they are all players from teams who did not make it to the finals. Another thank you to Iris Tilbury and Beerwah Trophies for the continuing donation of trophies. The next season will be starting after the school holidays. Div A1/A2 – Puma-15(Josh Topfer and Caleb Pavisic) defeated Nike-14(Alex Sawyer and Madeline Mullett. Encouragement award went to Troy Kemp and Most Improved was Caleb Pavisic. The Smashing performance went to Dominique Staermose. Div C – Sharapovas-13(Jayden Kerr and Jacqueline Roach) defeated Clijsters-11(Emma Milne and Abbie Topfer). Encouragement Award went to Ben Finlay and the Most Improved was Angus Renwick. The Smashing Performance went to Emma Milne. Peewee 1 – Jaffas-10 (Nicholas Hollyoak and Tomas Lunt) defeated Smarties-6 (Nicholas Jennings and Phoebe Sawyer). Encouragement Award went to Mitchell Jennings and the Most Improved was Tomas Lunt. The Smashing Performance went to Tomas Lunt. Peewee 2 – Sesame St-8 (Emily Roach and Van McNeilly) defeated Wiggles-6 (James Poole and Kobi Smith). Encouragement Award went to Archie Mettett and Dylan Kerr and the Most Improved was Caleb Carr. The Smashing Performance went to Dylan Kerr. Peewee 3 – Winner was Amy Boyer on 135 points and Runner-up was Jac Robins on 97 points. Encouragement award went to Declan Keays and the Most Improved was Jac Robins. The Smashing Performance went to Amy Boyer. Continuous – Crunchie (Jesse and Jorja Goddard) defeated Picnic (Tom Schouteten and Aimee Sawyer) Encouragement Award went to Ebony King, Mac King and Tallis Corkin and the Most Improved was Amelia King. The Smashing performance went to Jesse Goddard. The Pat Collins ‘Spirit Of Tennis’ Award was awarded to Alex Sawyer. Club News - Ladies social tennis is on Tuesday mornings from 8.00am to approximately 12.00noon. Wednesday night mixed social tennis starts at 7.00pm to approximately 9.00pm. New players are welcome for either of the above, beginners or experienced. If you would like more information about the club or being a member of the club, or if you would like to know more about any of the tennis competitions, the Ladies Tuesday tennis, or Wednesday night tennis or are interested in receiving coaching, these details can be obtained by contacting Dawn on 5494 1085. Court hire during the daytime can be done through the Landsborough IGA and for night hire please contact Dawn.
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Glasshouse Country Bromeliad Society Inc.
Contributed by Bob McLean Phone: 0427 606 240 Who would think we are almost to the end of the first month of winter. It’s a great time to set up at a potting bench with the winter sun at your back and taking off a few pups. This year has been a great one for plants to send out new pups. The cloudy wet season has also provided a different range of leaf colour. I would like to talk about Aechmea fasciata. Their diversity of form, long lasting flowering period and adaptability to cultivation makes them possibly the most widely known and cultivated of all the bromeliad family. The attractive foliage, long-lasting in fluorescence, and overall hardiness, all serve to make them a most popular choice with growers. The leaves may be banded or spotted with silver, black or maroon, or completely silver, so dark as
to appear almost black. While others may be bi-coloured with green above and wine red reverse, completely wine red or soft shiny green. The leaves may be heavily spined or hardly spined at all, and they can grow quite large (1.5 m) while others are quite small (30 cm) with all sizes in between. A general growing temperature range is about 7° C to 30° C. However, plants which are indigenous to areas close to the equator or from north-eastern Brazil (where hot humid winters occur and any rainfall occurs during the summer months) will require some care if one is growing them in areas where definite winters are experienced. Aechmea fasciata would probably be the bestknown and most widely grown Aechmea. The large, showy, pink long-lasting bracts and blue petals changing to rose red as they age, never fail to captivate. It makes an excellent indoor potted plant and also adapts very easily to mounting on driftwood, old stumps or on living trees, especially those with horizontal limbs and rough, permanent bark. This variety will also be seen, Aechmea Silver Vase, and grows as a single specimen or a clump depending on the space you have available. The Glasshouse Country Bromeliad Society is now a contributor to Bromeliad Society of Australia web site, www.bromeliad.org.au you can visit the Club News tab to view the regular newsletters from around the country. You can also visit the Photo Index, where you can look at the Genera and then go to the Species to view plant photos. You can now do your own research while enjoying the beauty of these plants. The next meeting of the Glasshouse Country Bromeliad Society Inc. is July 1 at 2.00pm at the Mary MacKillop Centre, Peachester Road, Beerwah. Please bring your own cup for afternoon tea.
Go Green Rainforest Nursery plant of the week Daintree Penda Lindsayomyrtus racemoides One of our favourite rainforest trees is the stunning Daintree Penda. The flushes of new growth on this tree hang limp and display amazing shades of blue, purple and pink before hardening off to a glossy green leaf. Larger specimens in full flush are impressive. It is a small to medium tree in SE QLD that is best grown in a semi shaded position. As its name suggests it is found in the Daintree area from Cooktown south to Babinda. It produces
fragrant five petalled flowers which make way for a green fruit capsule containing brown seed. This is a must for any collector and also makes a good tub specimen in a protected position. Don’t forget next month is the amazing Qld Garden EXPO in Nambour and to celebrate Go Green are giving away two entry tickets at the end of this month. All you need to do to enter is make a purchase in store and you will go in the lucky draw. Good luck!
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Gardening News Bob and Anna Gossow have reinvigorated the well-known nursery on Steve Irwin Way next door to Go Healthy Fruit and Veg. What was Mountain View Garden Centre – and will soon become Glasshouse Garden Centre – has recently undergone a change of ownership and Bob and Anna think that locals will be pleased to see what they’ve done. With good plants, good prices and good service, Bob is inviting all local gardeners to come on in and say ‘G’day’. They are open six days a week (closed Tuesday) and have a great range of plants and seedlings, as well as lots of mulches and potting mixes. If they haven’t got it in stock, they’ll order it in for you.
New owners Bob and Anna
Local pineapple industry at risk
Peak industry representative body for pineapples, Growcom, said that the final pineapple Impact Risk Assessment for Malaysian imports released last week was a slap in the face for the Australian industry and had put pineapple growers’ futures on the line. Chief Executive Officer Alex Livingstone said that the Federal Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (formerly Biosecurity Australia) had dismissed the Australian pineapple industry’s legitimate concerns about two serious disease threats. Mr Livingstone said Growcom and the state Department of Agriculture Fisheries and Forestry had provided detailed scientific submissions on the potential risks posed by bacterial fruit collapse and heart rot. However, the final IRA, while acknowledging the submissions, had changed little from the draft version. “The IRA allows relatively unrestricted access for Malaysian pines and has not recommended any special quarantine protocols for these two diseases, dismissing them as minor risks,” said Mr Livingstone. Chris Fullerton, Chairman of the Pineapple Growers Advancement Group (PGAG) and fourth generation Glasshouse Country pineapple grower said the two diseases posed a significant and unacceptable risk to an iconic local industry. “The Australian government is apparently prepared to jeopardise Australia’s ‘clean and green’ status and allow this risk to pineapple growers,” he said. “This treatment of our industry is a severe blow to the morale of stakeholders and could curtail future investment and expansion, despite promising developments in new varieties. “We see no public good in imposing this major biosecurity risk to domestic production,” said Mr Fullerton. JUNE 20 2012 |
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Your Stars Week beginning 20/06/12
GEMINI May 22 – June 21 This is an excellent time for starting new projects, study and a new attitude towards life in general. Opportunities will show themselves. A lot more social life will be in the offering and a new love can come into your life. A new work position is also possible. CANCER June 22 – July 22 This is the time to make important decisions regarding your home, your family and career. Opportunities will seem to come out of the blue. New romantic interests possible. New doors of awareness can change your life. Changes in the home are likely soon. There is a lightening up of your life. Learn to trust more in who and what you are. Leo July 23 – August 22 Your work now will open up more to use your talents and skills. Patience is bringing you a gift. Relax more and believe in yourself. Purchasing property can work out well. Money concerns from the past may still need sorting out. Have patience and you will be surprised at the outcome. Good news coming in the post. Watch your health. VIRGO August 23 – September 22 Some friendships may tend to become a bit strained. You may find a number of changes with friends. Some travel is shown this week. New friends can be made. Use your unique magnetism to open up new doors. Work prospects are now excellent. New people coming into your life now will be beneficial. New car is possible.
LIBRA September 23 – October 22 This is a good time to start a new health program. There can be a focus on romantic interests. Don’t let your imagination run too wild. Someone special can enter your life. You may need to use your creative abilities at work. Your social life will be quite hectic. Have fun, but try to find some time for yourself. SCORPIO October 23 – November 22 Contact with nature and exercise will ground you. Other people will offer new ideas. Give yourself time. A social event is important. Money can come in unexpectedly. You may find that there can be a lot more demands put on you, especially in your work and the home. A surprise visit from an old friend. Also take care of your health. SAGITTARIUS November 23 – December 22 This is a favourable time for contemplation. You may be going through difficulties that cause you concern, but this is temporary and will ease as soon as you slow down. A time for completing something. Also rewards from service are coming. There can be a tendency to be too serious. Keep your expectations within reason. CAPRICORN December 23 – January 19 Any important decisions now will need to be made with great care. Don’t talk yourself into something you may regret later on. There can be new job prospects as well as a decision to change residence. For some Capricorns an engagement or marriage is possible. Changes can be made around a car.
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AQUARIUS January 20 – February 19 Your serious side can be put on hold. Gaiety and merriment is important now as you are with family and friends. Spontaneity and gratitude for deeds done will allow you to find inner peace. This can be a time of deep transformation on many levels. Your work may change, as well as your home and family. PISCES February 20 – March 20 New people that come into your life now will be amiable and enlightening. Money can come in unexpectedly. Property may be purchased and a possible overseas trip could be taken. A legal matter may need attending to. A parting with someone is possible at the end of the week. Connect with nature more and listen to your inner voice. ARIES March 21 – April 20 There can be some changes connected with close relationships. Some relationships may end while other relationships will become closer. Letting go of old habits will be needed. This is a fortunate time for mixing business with pleasure. You may meet people who will open new opportunities for you. You can learn a lot from others at this time. TAURUS April 21 – May 21 If you are a good listener you will be at the right place at the right time. Financial prospects will certainly improve. A surprise visit is likely from an old friend. Having fun can mean regeneration to you. New studies are likely with new insight into yourself. Listen to your heart. It is time to take the plunge into a new lifestyle.
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