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Michael and Tommy make a great team page 5

Paddle for the whales page 6

The Big O lives in Beerwah

Winning treats for big morning tea page 22

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Hi Everyone This week when you check out the advertising material placed into the paper you will find a very stylish Local Shopper Discount Deals booklet – you should take a look at the great bargains and make sure you keep it in a safe place. With the current tougher economic times, we know that local businesses have to work harder to keep people spending in their businesses and that local shoppers are being more careful with their spending and seeking out special buys and good deals. As a result, I was approached by Jim Dudley from Custom Curtains and Blinds who said, “I have seen this great advertising opportunity in another area and reckon it would work well here.” At that time we were in the middle of our office relocation and building renovations so while I knew he was onto something, we had to get a

number of other projects out of the way first. So here we are for the start of the new financial year with plenty of great deals for you to plan to use over the next three months. That’s right three months, so make sure you keep it until the end of September - and as you use your vouchers make sure you fill in the back so we can enter your purchase into the prize draw, which will see one lucky shopper taking home a $250.00 voucher from one of the participating businesses. Enjoy the savings and remember to keep a vibrant mix of local businesses in our area you need to support them with your regular spending.

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Next gathering of Glasshouse Country Menshed Inc, 8.30am - 12.30pm at the Resource Recovery Centre, Roberts Road Beerwah. New and existing members welcome. Social barbecue - The Beerwah/ Peachester RSL Sub-Branch invites all members and partners to a social barbecue at the veterans drop in centre. Commencing at 11.00am. Please notify the sub-branch on 5494 0278 if attending for catering purposes.

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Next gathering of Glasshouse Country Menshed Inc, 8.30am - 12.30pm at the Resource Recovery Centre, Roberts Road Beerwah. New and existing members welcome.

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Dance at Glass House Mountains Community Hall. 7.30pm – 11.30pm NV/OT/M Music by Commodore, $8.00, includes supper, Monte Carlo raffle and lucky door prize. Great atmosphere, all welcome. Proceeds go to the community hall fund. Enquiries Aileen 5496 9349. "Detox Your Body - Increase your health. The average person has estimated 400 - 800 chemicals stored in his / her body! Join Chirpractor, Braxton Turnage to learn how to increase your health at 11.00 am in the Beerwah Library

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Annual Soup Lunch hosted by the Beerwah Catholic Ladies, will be held at the Mary MacKillop Centre. The day will start at 10.30am with our speaker Jocelyn Morgan, who will speak about Genealogy and lunch will follow at 12.00noon. A wide variety of soups plus slices, tea / coffee, all for $5.00 per person. Proceeds will go to the St Vincent De Paul Winter Appeal.

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Well, maybe not the original Roy Orbison, but if you go and see the Roy Orbison Tribute Show at Caloundra next month, starring talented Beerwah entertainer Athol Matcham, then you may be left wondering if Roy really is back. Athol has been in the entertainment industry since winning a talent show when he was just 21 and later joined a band. “I used to sing Roy Orbison songs when I was in a band in the ‘70’s,” Athol said. “People used to love it so much, I kept doing his songs. When he died I thought well, I might just concentrate on doing his songs. And from that I started getting recognised as Australia’s own Roy Orbison.” Athol said he loves Roy’s music, and he says the way he wrote songs appealed to him. “And the fact that my voice is very, very similar. I don’t have to put on any acts or anything to sing his songs, it’s just there and it sounds very much like himself.” The Tribute Show has been taken to most parts of Australia. “I’m really passionate about my show. I have a wonderful six piece band behind me and they make it sound all authentic as the originals - if you have to do Roy you have to do it well.” Athol admits fans expectations are high and he can tell the audience is waiting to see if he’ll reach those famous high notes. “It’s certainly nice when you see their faces saying ‘he did’.”

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Beerwah entertainer Athol Matcham There have been many highlights over the years including being Queensland Entertainer of the Year in 2004, Best Tribute Show three times, and receiving a Golden Service Award for 30 years in the industry. “To get recognised by your peers like that is nice,” he said. Even after such a long career Athol still enjoys performing. “I’m always excited before a show. I just can’t wait to get out there. We try to make people believe they’re watching Roy Orbison in concert and I think we achieve that more often than not.” The Roy Orbison Tribute Show will be at the Caloundra Power Boat Club on Sunday, July 3 at 2.00pm. Tickets cost $10.00. For more information phone the Club on 5492 1444.

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Crime Stoppers Queensland has travelled thousands of kilometres patrolling the Beerburrum Plantation Forest since the April launch of the Plantation Forest Safety campaign, a three month operation to raise public awareness and help stomp out forest crime. Crime Stoppers Queensland Chief Executive Officer Trevor O’Hara said the campaign is helping to discourage criminal behaviour and remind onlookers to report suspicious or illegal activity. “In partnership with the Queensland Police Service, Crime Stoppers has had a strong presence in the forest and we have spoken to a number of groups in relation to unlicensed and unregistered road use to deter possible crime,” he said. The campaign, which is due to conclude in a few weeks, is focused on reducing the growing incidence of arson offences, vehicle dumping, hazardous waste dumping and unlicensed and unregistered road users in the plantation. “We have noticed a reduction in illegal and destructive activity in the Beerburrum Plantation and have been helping to educate people who simply aren’t aware they weren’t supposed to be in the forest.” Mr O’Hara said Crime Stoppers has been pleased to receive alerts from members of the community using the new SMS service to report suspicious or illegal activity in the Beerburrum Forest Plantation.

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“Sunshine Coast residents can continue to SMS the word ‘Forest’ to 1 800 333 000, and a return SMS will then alert the user on how to share information about offenders anonymously with Crime Stoppers,” Mr O’Hara said. “All information providers can remain anonymous and we urge people not to place themselves in a compromising or dangerous position to report a crime witnessed in the plantation.” Mr O’Hara said significant penalties apply for people caught breaking the law. “Anyone caught attempting to set fire to a motor vehicle is liable for imprisonment for up to 14 years,” Mr O’Hara said. “It costs tens of thousands of dollars each year to clean up forestry related offences including the removal of burnt out vehicles and hazardous waste.” Crime Stoppers Queensland is asking residents and commuters who pass by the plantation to be aware, remain cautious, and report any suspicious behaviour. In addition to the SMS function Sunshine Coast residents can phone 1 800 333 000 or visit www.qld.crimestoppers.com.au to report information about a crime.

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Exchange Student’s wonderful adventure Summer sunshine, beaches, fishing, camping, kangaroos, Vegemite and big hearty breakfasts are things we are all familiar with, but for Italian exchange student Alessia Cavallone, 17, it all came as a bit of a culture shock.

But it didn’t take long for her to thoroughly enjoy everything quintessentially Australian - well, everything except for the Vegemite. Alessia, from Piemonte in North West Italy, arrived at the end of January to attend Glasshouse Country Christian College as a Year 11 exchange student for five months. She has been living with the Stevenson family at Peachester. This was her first experience being away from home. “The first month was quite hard because of the language and it was really hard to understand. And I had jetlag and every night I woke up at 3.00am for a week. But then I got used to it,” Alessia said. Alessia said she decided to become an exchange student, because she wanted to learn English, and she wanted to try a different style of life. Although she had a choice of countries, Australia was where she wanted to be. “I chose Australia because I like summer and the beaches. In my country they don’t really talk about Australia so I wanted to know some more. And because it’s really far away from my country I say, yeah, it can be a good experience.” It is too hard for her to pick a favourite moment during her stay. “I had a great time in general. I think just to go to a different school and make friends. And then start to learn English every day. And to just live here. I also liked the April holiday I had with my (exchange) family at Carnavon Gorge. I liked spending time with my family.” Alessia noticed some major differences in school life. She said in Italy they attend school six days a week from 8.00am to 1.20pm and they don’t hold swimming or athletics carnivals. “School here in Australia makes you like sport I think,” she said. Alessia has put together a scrapbook and kept a diary of her time here but it will be hard for her to say goodbye. “Life is more relaxing and slower here. It’s hard to leave, but I’m excited to see my family. It’s been a great experience. I’d like to thank my (Stevenson) family, school and friends.”

Michael and Tommy make a great team Seventeen-year-old Michael Short has been riding since he was eight, and has recently become the State Champion D Grade rider on his horse Tommy. To be able to compete at State level the horse and rider have to qualify and then are selected to be able to ride in a State event. Michael and Tommy have only been working together for five months but have shown great promise, and have just been selected on the Queensland Team to go to NSW for the Show Jumping Championships, on the weekend of July 8 and 9.

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Glass House Mountains locals and family team Daniel, Annemarie, Alex, Jasmin, William and Angie Van Hees are set to record history at Hervey Bay when they undertake the largest paddle out human circle in support of whale conservation. They are establishing a new social enterprise called WILD World Records to document and reward feats relating to the environment as well as extreme fun. Annemarie said the WILD record attempt scheduled for part of the Bay’s National Whale Day celebrations, was to be opened by veteran wildlife crusader Bob Irwin. There will be talks from whale researchers, live music, markets and the screening of Oscarwinning documentary 'The Cove' about a controversial dolphin hunt in Japan. Annemarie said she and Daniel, who previously worked in retail, enrolled in USC degrees in 2009 to start new careers and follow their environmental passion. “This world records idea started in 2007 when my young son wanted to do something for the conservation movement in memory of Steve Irwin,” she said. After a knockback from Guinness World Records, the Van Hees family came up with their business idea for a regular publication recognising people’s efforts to save the natural world. She said their first book would be published after two years of recordtaking, with a percentage of profits going to a community youth education service. Annemarie said she was grateful to the volunteers and for the donations that will enable the paddle-out to go ahead in a burst of colour and camaraderie. “It will be the first record of its kind,” Annemarie said. “Hervey Bay got 500 people involved last year and we’re hoping for 985 for the record.” For further information about the event, contact the couple on 5496 9029 or email auswildrecords@hotmail.com Annemarie, who dropped into GCNews last week to chat about the event, will keep us updated with the event and photos of the day. For more information visit www.paddleout4whales.blogspot.com/p/media.html

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Glasshouse Country Toastmasters have recently completed a Speechcraft Course with The Green Army through Mooloolah River Waterwatch and Landcare Inc. This was a very productive course helping the recipients attain more confidence in themselves and enabling them to gain more speaking skills which in turn will help them achieve in everyday life skills. Mooloolah River Waterwatch and Landcare Inc. is a group committed to regenerating our natural areas. Toastmasters meet every second and fourth Thursday of the month in the Church on the Rise, Peachester Road, Beerwah at 9.00am for a 9.30am start. You can also find them on the Web, Google - Glasshouse Country Toastmasters Club. For more information call Martine on 5496 9855 or Toastmaster's completed Speechcraft Kerry Gillam on 5493 0650.

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Local artist Julie Pickering was recently awarded 'Highly Commended' in the Farm Fantastic art competition, Caboolture, for her painting 'Country Charm'. The theme for the competition was 'rural' and Julies depiction of a little farm house delighted the judges. Julie captured the charm of a country residence, with pretty gardens, tall trees and open spaces, a place that you would always be happy to come home to. Julie has been painting and creating various forms of artwork for most of her life and studied fine art at the Paris American Academy in France. She was co-owner of the Blue House Art Gallery, and now enjoys teaching art classes to adults and children at her home studio in Landsborough. "I really love to teach and get great satisfaction from seeing my students discover their own creative talents. I've had so many students say to me that they have always wanted to paint or draw, but didn't think they were good enough, and now they can't believe how good they are!" Julie can be contacted at julespickering@hotmail.com or on 5494 1081.

Uniquely delightful fundraiser ‘Mastering the art of life’ is the theme of a unique fundraising event for Compass Institute Inc. Taking place on Friday, July 22 at Mango Hill Farm, 159 Commissioners Flat Road, Peachester. The afternoon will include a guest speaker, life drawing workshops, finger food and champagne on arrival as well as raffles, a silent auction and more. The Compass Institute is an incorporated charitable organisation supporting over 60 young adults (post secondary school) with intellectual and / or physical disabilities through three centres on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland. In offering an award winning service, The Compass Institute utilises an innovative model based on further education and vocational training to assist these young people through the transition from school to an increasingly independent future.

The Friday, July 22, fundraising event, billed as an ‘Afternoon Delight’, combines sophistication and fun to raise both funds for people with disabilities and their profile in the community. The afternoon of delights costs $75.00 and includes inspirational guest speaker Lisa Cox who will share her journey of courage, along with a life drawing workshop (for $25.00 or to peruse the class is $15.00). Models for the class include Kurek Ashley and Leanore Lancaster. Art instructors are Philippa Stewart-Hall and Julie Maree Pickering. Major sponsors are Heritage Building Society and Mango Hill Farm. To book your place, contact Janelle Birse on 5476 7235 or email birgrove@bigpond.com, RSVP Friday, July 8. For more information on The Compass Institute go to www.compassinc.org.au

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New pricing for Sunshine Coast customers in 2011/2012 Unitywater has released its new pricing for 2011/12 to reflect changes announced by the State Government in April. From July 1, Unitywater’s fixed water and sewerage access and water usage charges will increase by 3.6 per cent. This is consistent with the State Government’s decision to cap Local Government distributor-retailer residential and small business price rises at CPI for the next two years. The price cap does not apply to the State Government’s bulk water charge, which will increase by 25 per cent for Unitywater’s Sunshine Coast customers in 2011/12. The average three-person household on the Sunshine Coast will incur an annual increase of $32.00, or about nine cents a day, in Unitywater’s charges next financial year. They will pay $56.00 more for the State Government’s bulk water charge. Unitywater CEO, Jon Black, said pricing reforms outlined by the organisation in March, which aimed to standardise tariffs, fees and charges across Moreton Bay and the Sunshine Coast and shift the emphasis to user-pays, had to be postponed. Mr Black said instead, the existing price structure for Sunshine Coast customers would be retained. “We are disappointed that we have been unable to pursue the reforms which were designed to simplify the current pricing system and deliver greater equity and transparency,” he said. “We remain committed to those principles.”

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Mr Black said trade waste and recycled water tariffs, fees and charges were unaffected by the state legislation and Unitywater had moved to simplify these prices and create greater consistency across its customer base. “We have halved the number of trade waste charges from 80 to 40 in 2011/12 and the new structure reflects the environmental impact of different kinds of trade waste and encourages environmentally-friendly waste management practices,” he said. Mr Black said Unitywater would continue to roll out investment in critical capital works to support population growth on the Sunshine Coast and meet the Government’s increasingly stringent environmental standards. He said the organisation would borrow to fund these works and determine the price path to recover the cost over the life of the assets. “Unitywater still has a responsibility to deliver this essential infrastructure, regardless of the price cap,” Mr Black said. “Unfortunately, since the removal of the State Government subsidy for sewerage infrastructure in 2009, the burden of funding these works will fall on our customers.” He said the organisation also remained focused on improving customer service, achieving further operational efficiencies and pursuing sustainable, innovative technologies and opportunities to benefit its customers and the environment. For more information visit www.unitywater.com

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Turning over a new leaf Amber Leaf Landscaping, formerly Tohm Hajncl Landscaping, is headed by horticulturalist and designer Tohm Hajncl and continues to offer residential landscaping services including consultations, designs and construction. Introducing pre-sale makeovers for homes and specialist garden maintenance, Amber Leaf are confident their service can translate to a higher return on investment for your property. This can be attributed to the fact that presentation is a critical factor in obtaining the best possible price for your home, and the garden is the first thing prospective buyers see. Specialised maintenance service is especially designed for clients who want more than just a quick cut and trim for the lawn. Seasonal pruning, remulching, replanting and weeding garden beds are all part of what a specialised maintenance service can offer. It also includes pest and disease control for plants as well as garden pond maintenance with the help of Amber Leaf’s pond vac. As a locally based business with years of local experience, clients benefit from Tohm’s knowledge of plants that flourish in this region, and understanding of seasonal weather events such as periods of high rainfall.

Tohm Hajncl Taking all these things into consideration, Amber Leaf matches landscape work to your individual situation. Amber Leaf can turn over a new leaf for your home and garden. For examples of landscaping work go to www.amberleaf.com.au and check out Tohm’s blog through the website. Phone 5352 3072, email landscaping@amberleaf.com.au

Campbell’s Upholstery, 20 years servicing Beerwah and beyond Gary and Cheryle Campbell of Campbell’s Upholstery are well positioned to offer a wide variety of upholstering services. “We can reupholster your household and office furniture, custom make camper trailers, boat canopies, 4wd canopies, custom vehicle interiors, cricket pitch covers, athletic jump mats, caravan annexes and roll out awnings,” Cheryle explains.

“We pride ourselves on our prompt, reliable service and quality workmanship including free, local pickup and delivery,” adds Gary. “All our work is undertaken by qualified tradespersons, each with over 30 years experience. In our small hinterland towns like Beerwah, you have to offer good quality work and good customer relations.” Gary and Cheryle are thrilled that the close of June 2011 marks their 20th year in business in the Beerwah area. Recalling their business highlights they point out, “we have met some really nice people in the 20 years we have been in business and some have become life time friends. We have seen a lot of changes in business in the local area over this time also.

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“Some for the better and others, well time will tell. A business highlight for us over the past 20 years is certainly that we have been able to buy our own business premises.” “We really haven’t made a lot of changes. We try and continue to do good quality work. Dean our tradesman has been with us for over 15 years at the end of this year. This is unheard of in our trade to have someone as loyal and trustworthy as Dean is. “Recent changes include the revamp of our signs after a decade - thanks to Jason (business associate) at Benga Signs. We would really like to thank all our valued customers for their support over the past 20 years,” says Gary. Campbell’s Upholstery operating hours are 8.00am to 4.30pm, Monday to Thursday and 8.00am to 4.00pm on Friday. Unit 7/47 Beerwah Parade Beerwah, 4519. Telephone 5494 0133.

Around Town With Cathy Abercrombie New baby and kids clothing store, ‘All About Me’ at Landsborough is fast approaching its third month of being open. Owner Sharon would like to say a huge thank you to all her local customers for their support. She is amazed at the continual line of shoppers in her new store seeking out winter lines for babies and kids, particularly after those first extreme winter days we had early in the month. If you haven’t had a chance to call in – you should really check it out, the shop is opposite the museum in Landsborough and next door to Eclectic Dreams.

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Shoppers at Beerwah Camping were buying up a storm recently to be in the running for an OzPig Cooker / Heater. Not surprising at this time of year the OzPig would be a handy addition to your own backyard or to take with you for camping and fishing trips. With the OzPig you can relax and enjoy the warmth of an open fire in safety while you boil the billy and cook up a feast. To be in the prize draw, all you had to do was make an in-store purchase. The lucky winner was Glass House Mountain’s resident, Judy Keays who was thrilled with her prize and said she always tries to support local business. If you haven’t been into Glass House Mountains township lately you may not have seen the new pizza pasta restaurant – Seven Secrets. They are open Tuesday – Sunday for dinner and at this stage they are opening for lunch on Friday, with a great special of a 9" pizza and a can of coke for $10.00. You can find out all about them on page 11. And if you are looking for a way to wear out the kids during the holidays you should take them down to Gowinta Farms, Burys Road, Beerwah and get them out there picking their own morning tea. PYO strawberries is on from July 1 to November 30 from 8.00am – 4.00pm each day.

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Year 12 students from Beerwah State High School came up with a unique, high energy and challenging event to raise funds for their graduation this year – a bike riding and basketball hoop shooting marathon. Tyler Bosch, School Captain, said 80 students, (10 Year 12 teams and one Year 10 team) rode stationary bikes and shot hoops from 5.00pm on Friday, June 24, through to 6.00am the following morning. The teams had to have one team member peddling continuously while another team member shot hoops, and the bike was not allowed to stop for more than 30 seconds. The team with the highest number of hoops scored at the end was the winner. While the Year 12’s were fundraising for their graduation, the Year 10 team were putting their pedal power to the test to raise money for Zambian Outreach.

in exciting classrooms full of great teaching and learning. We are so lucky to have one of our teachers Max Cruz, a fine art major, who has created and painted with our students a new mural that resembles our 4B’s. If you would like to know more about our school or our behaviour expectations, please feel free to contact us.

The biggest challenge for the participants was the freezing cold weather and staying awake the entire night, but the students were prepared with food, music, movies and caffeine. For those who needed to recharge, they had sports mats and sleeping bags ready to go. The students were given a lot of support with the fundraiser and had the opportunity to gain personal sponsors. Businesses donated prizes for the mini competitions that were also held throughout the night. These included backwards hoop shooting and the longest distance shot. The team with the highest score on the night also won a great prize. Sponsors included Morayfield businesses Anaconda, A-Mart All Sports, Bunning’s Warehouse, Officeworks, and Super Cheap Auto. Besides raising money, Mikaela Pickels, Treasurer of the Student Council, said the event was also to bring people together as part of their Connectivity Through Positivity project, which aims to get cohorts and the school working together as one.

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Community Group Updates Beerwah Writers Group Contributed by John Wright

At our recent meeting we discussed various methods of structuring novels and short stories. Our ‘general theme’ was items of description. Twelve contributions, read by the authors, were of locations in country villages, towns and one city. Two more included trains and railway journeys. Evidence of sparkling prose was revealed in all these passages. In our session of reading new stories, David tugged emotional strings with his description of the thoughts, frustration and anger in the last hours of an old man. Then Trevor took us to Kalgoorlie with a soon-to-be U S President and his romantic affairs.

We were pleased to learn that Kate’s new book has just been released and a launch event will be held in the near future. A pre-release copy was shown. Titled ‘Your Neighbours – The Gypsies in Australia’, this non-fiction work is receiving excellent reviews. We continue to provide opportunities for writers to present their work and receive feedback. Meetings take place at Beerwah Library on the second and fourth Friday of each month. Whether you are a writer, or just interested in writing, you will find a friendly welcome in this group whose members range from beginners to accomplished, published authors. Refreshments are provided for a small donation. Guests and visitors welcomed. Membership fee is $5.00 per year. For further information telephone John – 5493 0624.

Glasshouse Country Care

Glasshouse Country Care (GCC) covers the geographical area from Glenview to Beerburrum, Mooloolah Valley and west to Peachester and is run by an active community-based Management Committee. GCC provides care for people who are frail, aged or have a disability, so that they may continue to live comfortably in their own home. Under the umbrella of Home and Community Care (HACC), the association is able to provide activities in the Day Centre, transport for medical appointments, home modifications and maintenance, domestic assistance and social support. Two major projects are under completion at the centre, which is located at 352 Peachester Road, Beerwah. A new shed has just been erected for the development of the maintenance and home modification programs, along with a respite cottage for day and overnight stays in the event of an emergency, or when ‘carers’ may have to deal with an unplanned event. A wonderful service to our community is Meals on Wheels. Meals are prepared at the Centre and delivered by volunteer drivers on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

One of the activities provided in the Day Centre Although the services and work provided by GCC are jointly funded by the Commonwealth and State Governments through HACC, there is a minimal fee attached to the services. At the present time, over 1,000 clients are on the books. If you feel you might be able to use these wonderful services, or assist in volunteering driving, please contact the office on 5494 6948 or ghcare@westnet.com.au

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On Tuesday, June 21 the Nambour North Coast Division of QCWA held their finals and Biggest Morning Tea for cancer in the Peachester Hall. Cath Howitt made a display of her teapot cosies with voting monies going to the cancer morning tea. Thank you Cath. The results of the rolling raffle were:- 1st Bev Wild donated by Beerwah Chemist, 2nd Brittany donated by Coral Beutel. (I haven’t been in contact with Brittany. Please ring the Glasshouse Country News Brittany), 3rd Melissa Newton donated by Pasta D' Vine, 4th Kylie Wild donated by Bev Wild, 5th Toi Letters won by Dell Ford, 6th Manure and Lizard donated by Mitre 10 and won by Flo Johnson, 7th gift set donated by Sue Neilen won by Flo Saunders, 8th pamper pack won by Marlene K, 9th flowers won by Barbara Tutin, 10th tea towel set won by Sam Newton, 11th succulent pot plant won by Marcia Dorricott. Over $500.00 was raised for cancer. A cent auction was held, with some great prizes to help the divisional coffers. Thank you to all who attended, it was a great day. A special thank you to guest speaker Helen Page. What a wonderful brave lady. We couldn’t have coped without Gordon and John helping set up on Monday night, and Graham who helped with the clean up. Big thanks to Peachester members for a stirling effort. Well done ladies.

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On Sunday, June 19, 38 Toastmasters came together for their annual changeover meeting with a beautiful lunch at Esther Frizzo’s place. It was nice to also welcome visitors from the Kawana, Buderim and Maleny Clubs. It was so good to catch up with friends we don’t see every fortnight. As always the program put together by our members was full of fun and variety. We were very pleased to welcome three new members into our club, Barbara Ramadge-Ross, Rosanna Frizzo and Arthur Lovewell; we are looking forward to your involvement in the club. Every year Toastmaster Clubs vote for the Toastmaster of the year and the most improved Toastmaster. This year the awards went to Chris Magee for TM of the year and to Peter Agapow for the most improved TM. Congratulations to you both. We also welcomed a new committee for the year 2011 / 2012. Under the competent leadership of President Allie Lovett, it will surely be smooth sailing for our members. The team for the coming year helping her to achieve this are: Chris Magee - Immediate Past President, Esther Frizzo - VP Education, Kerry Gillam - Secretary, Renata Burnell - Treasurer, Martine Goedhart - VP Public Relations, Jen Hamilton - VP Membership and Peter Agapow - Sgt. at Arms. As we all know, there is no ‘I’ in ‘team’. In our club we all work together, there is great camaraderie among all the members and while having fun loving meetings, we’re also setting our goals for the year to come. Would you like to be part of our dynamic group? Why not give us a call, or visit us at the next meeting? We meet every second and fourth Thursday of the month in the Church on the Rise, Peachester Road, Beerwah at 9.00am for a 9.30am start. You can also find us on the Web, Google - Glasshouse Country Toastmasters Club. For more information call Martine on 5496 9855 or Kerry Gillam on 5493 0650. www.gcnews.com.au


7 Secrets Pizzeria ~ a taste of Rome Kaylene Sullivan and Paul Sotheran, owners of 7 Secrets Pizzeria, offer a traditional Italian recipe based pizza range with dough made fresh daily. Offering traditional light-crust and fresh, locally sourced ingredients as well as mouth watering Italian pasta dishes, cooked on-demand, customers are coming back for more. With casual dine-in or takeaway pizza and pasta, Paul says, “we believe we serve the best quality and tastiest pizza and pasta this side of Rome. As a new, exciting, high quality food option in Glass House Mountains, 7 Secrets Pizzeria is 100 per cent focused on building our business and reputation based on quality and consistency." Overwhelmed by the patronage and feedback about their quality traditional pizza and pasta since opening in May, co-owner Kaylene said, “one couple who have travelled the world and sampled pizza in Europe told us that ‘7 Secrets Pizza’ is up there with the best.” And the client testimonials just keep rolling in.

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Currently developing their website at www.7secretspizza.com for online ordering, Kaylene and Paul are looking forward to establishing loyalty/frequent client programs to reward regular customers. Excited by their new venture, Kaylene and Paul have further developments in the pipeline. “We have plans underway to build our dine-in clientele with special pizza and pasta dinners and banquets. We already offer catering for groups, business lunches and special events. We also have gluten free food available, making it trouble free for all who want to savour the taste of Italy right here in Glass House Mountains. We are BYO with no corkage." 7 Secrets Pizza, Shop 5, 7 Reed Street (next to IGA), Glass House Mountains, are open Tuesday and Wednesday (4.30pm – 8.30pm), Thursday, Friday and Saturday (11.30am – 2.00pm and 4.30pm until late) and Sunday (4.30pm until Bookings and phone orders welcome on 8.30pm). Closed Monday. 5438 7799. Email orders@7secretspizza.com

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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 letters@gcnews. com.au or fax to 5494 6399.

Re: Sick of being brushed aside, GCNews June 15

In the continuing silence from Sunshine Coast Council and our Division 1 elected representative, readers might be interested in the Ombudsman’s judgment concerning the Council’s removal of 300 trees on our foreshore at Roys Road in a morning raid last December. The Ombudsman found it ‘overwhelming’, that in four years of negotiation with us, the Council failed to give us correct information concerning revegetating the foreshore, and gave us every reason to believe we had Council permission. While Council had a legal right to remove the trees, Council denied us natural justice by failing to adequately inform us about their secretive Council meeting last November and failed to inform us of our appeal rights or give us adequate time to object. It is now nearly two weeks since we received the judgment and as yet Council has failed to respond. Are we to receive an apology? Will the officers who failed in their duty be sacked? Is our representative still intent on turning an aboriginal midden into a car park? When will the denial of natural justice be redressed? We are still keen to find out what allegations were raised against us to cause our own elected representative to forward the motion to remove the trees on the basis of ‘good order and neighbourly relations’. Why did the Council need a closed meeting? Was it to enable disgruntled enemies to make false and unsubstantiated accusations against us without fear of the law? I believe the ‘closed meeting’ format was abused and the whole meeting should be declared invalid. Council and our representative could have solved this problem four years ago at no expense to anyone. Now it is mired in ill feeling and expense. So come on Council, accept the umpire’s decision and grant us natural justice. Be warned residents. Get to know your candidates for the next election and find one who will represent you fully, forcefully and fairly or the same thing might well happen to you! I will continue to keep readers informed. I would also like to thank all my patients who have taken the time to personally express their sympathy for the way we have been treated and their support for our cause. William Phillips Coochin Creek 14

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Customer service with kindness

I am writing to acknowledge the courtesy of the staff on my visit to the ANZ bank, Beerwah on Wednesday, June 15. A gentleman met me at the door and helped me from my scooter into the bank. While I was waiting, another staff member, a lady, brought me a seat, and subsequently escorted me from the bank and helped me to my scooter. I write this in appreciation of these acts of kindness. Glyn Morris Beerwah

Glass House improvements

While Steve Ralph (GCNews June 6) may have some concerns about the roundabout adjacent to the railway parking area, what about a more pressing issue? How long will we have to endure the endless procession of trucks on the inadequate entry road through this village from Steve Irwin Way and risk the death of a child crossing the road? Over a million dollars was spent on the Glasshouse Visitors Information Centre; more is now being poured into improvements at the shopping area. It could be a pleasant peoplefriendly village. However, a footpath on the western side and an inviting ramp from the Glasshouse Visitor information Centre will be the catalysts for a serious injury or death unless sense prevails. The solution is obvious. The entrance needs urgent revision and sensible relocation. The railway road overpass already has the road elevated. Why not continue it east at a similar elevation to meet Steve Irwin Way south of the Visitor information Centre? Secondary roads would pass underneath to allow access to shops while through traffic would bypass. The green parklands adjacent to the Visitor Information centre could be ideal for markets but when the centre was opened it required full-time police traffic control because it is a very dangerous crossing. That section doesn’t need to be a through road. If we wait until announced ‘improvements’ to the village entrance are implemented it will be too late. After that it will take a serious injury to mark another ‘investigation’ and consequent delay to fixing an urgent and very obvious problem. Neville Field Glass House Mountains

Tower talk

In response to concerns raised in a recent article (tower fight continues for Landsborough residents, June 15 edition) there is no credible scientific evidence of health effects from living or working near a mobile phone base station. In fact, the World Health Organisation’s fact sheet on electromagnetic fields and public health states, ‘Considering the very low exposure levels and research results collected to date, there is no convincing scientific evidence that the weak RF signals from base stations and wireless networks cause adverse health effects’. Also a recent independent review of all the science on base stations and health by the Irish Government Expert Group found, ‘there is no scientific basis for, or evidence of, adverse health effects affecting either children or adults as a result of their exposure to RF fields from phone masts. This applies irrespective of the location of the phone mast’. The WHO fact sheet also noted ‘recent surveys have indicated that RF exposures from base stations and wireless technologies in publicly accessible areas (including schools and hospitals) are normally thousands of times below international standards’.

A recent audit of base stations across Australia by ARPANSA found some sites, even those expected to have the highest levels, emit less than 0.001 per cent of the safety standard, or 100,000 times below the standard. However, the mobile phone industry acknowledges that some people are genuinely concerned and we are committed to addressing these concerns responsibly through active community and local government consultation. Chris Althaus, CEO, Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association

Bouquet to Bob

Each May I return to my home town of Beerwah to help my mum with her stand at the Glasshouse Country Garden and Sustainability Expo. I would like to send a bouquet to Bob McLean who has done an amazing job coordinating this event since its inception. It is such a pleasure dealing with Bob, and I truly believe he doesn’t receive the praise he deserves for making this event such a success. I know he does it for the love of the community and for that I say three cheers for Bob! Amy Ratcliffe, Port Melbourne, Victoria

Meridan access - A Letter to Council

My friends and I have a simple question. Can you please explain to us the direction of traffic flow on Racecourse Road, Meridan Plains? Every time we want to turn left to Caloundra Road from Racecourse Road, you put a traffic light at the turning point and we have to turn right and then go under the overpass and turn left to come to Caloundra Road. I see on the map that there is a National Park on the left side, but for our environment we think that it is better that we take 5 m2 off the National Park and save the cost of the traffic light and 100m2 from the other land, which could then be left natural. But when we come from the opposite side there is not a National Park. Why can we not then simply turn left? Is the cost and service of the traffic lights necessary, because the money you save here could be better spent for ratepayer’s benefit? For example the foot and bicycle path from Glass House to Landsborough could be completed. Josef Albrecht, Glass House Mountains

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I am a local mum with five children and my 11-year-old who is autistic has a wish to ride a bike for the first time. Unfortunately I cannot afford to purchase him something suitable. I would really appreciate some assistance to raise the $350.00 I need to purchase the second hand tricycle I have located in Caboolture. If there is anyone in our community that would be able to assist me in making his wish come true could you please contact me on rayme5@ bigpond.com Rayme Harvey Landsborough

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To the person who stole a hubcap from my car, which was parked in the disabled parking section at Woolworths Beerwah on Friday, June 24, I'd just like to say thanks. I really hope you're proud of yourself for stealing from a disabled pensioner! If anyone would like to provide information, or return this hubcap, please contact me on my email address myfanwe@live.com.au Astonished Glass House Mountains www.gcnews.com.au


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You Said It Glasshouse Mountains Musos Club The Glasshouse Mountains Musos Club held its second night at the Glasshouse Sports Club on Thursday, June 16, and was enjoyed by all, with close to 50 people attending. Amongst the performers were Champagne, featuring the rich harmony of Sue, Neil and Pam. Amongst their offerings was an exquisite version of Leonard Cohen’s ‘Bird on a Wing’. Men to Boyz featuring Brian and Paul from Montville, are a new group with a country leaning. They were joined on stage by Neil on bass who, along with Ralph on drums, competently backed most of the artists during the evening. These included vocalist Rose Palmer, joining us for the first time and assuring us of a return visit next month.

The evening was begun by local guitarist Paul Fagan with a number of solo pieces, and ended with a fine old unamplified sing-a-long with Gary and Don, accompanied by Clive and Terry, sharing with us a range of songs from the Eagles and Pink Floyd, culminating in a rousing version of Bob Seger’s Nightmoves. Once again the sound was provided by the Sound Space – a local PA provider and recording studio. We are grateful to them, the organisers - Michael and Paul, and the club for providing drinks, meals and a pleasant atmosphere for all. The Musos Club will meet regularly on the second Thursday of the month at the Sports Club with the next session on July 11, from 7.00pm to 10.00pm. If you’d like to join us in a friendly, non competitive environment, whether to listen or to play, we welcome you, and if you’d like backing musicians please bring some chord and lyric charts with you.

Hooning around the town There has been recent media reports of increased incidences of hooning activities around Maleny. It seems that this anti social behaviour is widespread throughout the hinterland. Take a look at the photo of the Mooloolah Valley Community Centre grounds, taken last week, after some lame-brains got their jollies by destroying the area used for the Mooloolah community Family Fun Day. This occurred on two successive nights. The upkeep and maintenance of the Centre is carried out by volunteers, who give their time and effort for the benefit of the entire community. Of course these morons hide behind darkness and carry out their stupidity when most law abiding citizens are asleep. One can only assume that these 'children' are newly licensed and as such, are still living at home. Do their parents ever question what they are up to during the small hours? The population of the hinterland townships has exploded in recent years. What was a nice friendly country atmosphere has now been surpassed by this sort of thing. One only has to drive on any of our roads to

Peachester History Committee

The Beerwah Church of England by Helen Page

As the face of Beerwah changes once again, long-term residents may recall the little Anglican church of St James which stood for many decades near the southern end of Simpson Street now dominated by the Aldi complex. The first move towards a Church of England for the district came when James Mawhinney donated part of his property on the eastern side of the railway line. The church was built there by volunteer labour, and completed in March 1915. Some years later the church building was moved to the more central Simpson Street site. The Brisbane Courier, Friday, August 3, 1928 16

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Of course original music is encouraged as much as standards, and if you have CDs for sale, bring them with you! You can contact us on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_ 198780600141473&ap=1 Dr Michael Whiticker Glass House Mountains

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see the wheel mark evidence. The police seem unable to stop this activity....the courts are too lenient on offenders anyway, so what is the use. I would like to see more use of CCTV in our towns. That will catch the culprit's registration numbers. Then we need a Premier who will cancel the licenses of hoons for a mandatory three years and have their cars sold to defray the cost of clean-up. Perhaps 'can-do' Newman is the answer we need. Unhappy local Mooloolah reads: ‘TENDERS are invited for taking down Church of England at Beerwah and rebuilding same on new site at Beerwah. Full particulars obtained from J. L. BYGRAVE, Vicar's Warden.’ Newspaper archives indicate that St James’ Church was the centre of a busy religious and social life for its congregation. Regular services, visits by the Bishop, Confirmations, Sunday School picnics, as well as dances, garden parties, balls, bazaars etc are all recorded. This continued through the 1930s and 40s; the Ladies Guild organising many of the functions. I remember such events clearly into the 1950s and 1960s, including a well-attended Sunday School during my own childhood. In the early 1990s, Beerwah Anglicans became part of the Glasshouse Country Anglican Parish, worshipping at the Mary Mackillop Centre on Peachester Road. The old church was eventually sold for removal; but we should not forget the role it played in the district for over 80 years. A Brisbane Courier report on the dedication ceremony at the original site illustrates the importance of the church to the early Beerwah community: ‘On Saturday the Ven H. Le Fanu

My heartfelt thanks to all the people who signed Landsborough’s 'No Tower Petition', spread the word, sent letters, emails and helped in so many ways in the limited time we had to object. Now Cr Jenny McKay is going to present our objections at the next council meeting. Any of your letters to other councillors or even state members would greatly help too. Enquire to customer service at SCRC phone 1300 650 112. Treat the earth and all that live in it with respect, show respect for your fellow being, work together for the benefit of all mankind, give assistance and kindness wherever needed, do what you know to be right, and look after the wellbeing of mind and body. Dedicate a share of your efforts to the greater good, take responsibility for your actions. Make Landsborough a safe, peaceful place for young and old; don’t give up this fight for our town. Anne Landsborough

(Archdeacon of Brisbane) dedicated the new church building at Beerwah to St. James. Not only was the building packed to its utmost capacity, but many were compelled to remain outside. After the dedication service, which was fully choral, evensong was conducted by the vicar (the Rev. Cecil Smith), the musical part of the service being well rendered by a choir, largely augmented by church friends from Nambour. Mr Cheney officiated at the new church organ, which is his own gift to the church. Later in the afternoon a social gathering took place, when afternoon tea was provided by the ladles of the congregation. The following day (Sunday) saw a great gathering of church people from the country districts round about, and the little church was found far too small for the assembled congregation.' (March, 13, 1915)

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TAX TIME The end of the financial year, June 30, is rapidly approaching and it is time to do some urgent tax planning. 1. Car log book - If you use your car for work purposes and keep a log book for 12 weeks then the deductions can be in the thousands. Make sure that you keep all costs associated with the running of your car for the whole year, not just the period that you kept the log book.  2. Super co-contribution - If your income is under $31,920 and you contribute $1,000 post tax into super, the government will match it dollar for

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dollar. This incentive gradually phases out above this figure at $61,920. 3. Education Tax Refund - Got kids at school and get the Family Tax Benefit Part A? Then don’t miss out on this tax rebate which gives a 50 per cent refund on certain education expenses up to $794 expenditure for each primary school child and $1,588 for each secondary school student. School uniforms are only claimable from next year. 4. Minimise capital gains tax (CGT) If you made a nice capital gain or two on the stock market this year then you can reduce CGT by selling any non-performing shares that you may be holding. Any unrealised gains should be sold Tax Advisory Service after July 1 to defer tax MYOB & QuickBooks Assistance for another year. And remember that if you hold Business Activity Statements shares for more than 12 Income Tax Returns months you reduce CGT Electronic Lodgment by half. • Company / Trust Formation 5. Salary sacrifice into super • Registered ASIC Agent For those under 50, you • Based in Glass House Mountains can contribute up to $25,000 per year into • Local Pick Up and Delivery super which is only taxed • Friendly Personalised Service at 15 per cent. This figure increases to $50,000 if you are over 50. Build e: roxanne.young@bigpond.com your nest egg quicker

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Q Have the tax rates changed?

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Solar eclipse New Moon in Cancer

July starts with the solar eclipse New Moon in Cancer on Friday, July 1, extending the eclipse season by a couple of weeks – a time of intensity and unexpected changes in people’s lives. This eclipsed New Moon represents a radical new beginning associated with our home and family life, and also in our relationship to the past. It can also represent the beginning of a new cycle in the way we care for others, the way we nurture ourselves, and our relationship with women in general. If your birthday is close to this date, this eclipsed New Moon marks the beginning of a very significant new cycle for you in terms of your sense of who you are and your purpose in life. Uranus goes retrograde on Sunday, July 10. The Uranus retrograde period provides an opportunity to revisit the insights you may have experienced over the last seven months, especially around becoming truer to yourself and more authentic. The Full Moon on Friday, July 15 is in Capricorn, bringing the difference between public and private life into sharp focus and inviting us to find a balance between these two opposing polarities of work and home life. This month sees a second New Moon falling in Leo on Sunday, July 31. This is a perfect time to re-energise and revitalise. Leo is a fire sign, full of passion and enthusiasm for life, with a natural warmth and generosity of spirit. Wherever this New Moon falls in your chart, this is the area of your life that will receive a boost of new energy and vitality. Again, if your birthday is close to this date, this is the beginning of a significant new cycle for you. There is also advance warning to get important paperwork completed by the end of July as Mercury goes retrograde at the beginning of next month. With love Chirone

Discover how to find these jobs using business directories and networking. Learn about informational interviewing and writing a cover letter. Baby Rhyme Time - is starting again on Monday, July 11 at 10.30am. This session is aimed at children under 12 months and is a fantastic way to bond with your baby. Don’t forget our regular story time for two to five year olds on Tuesdays at 10.30am, these sessions will continue through the holidays. Computer lessons - It’s too cold outside, come and warm your fingers inside by attending a computer class. We offer a variety of topics from the basics, to editing photos and images, talking online via skype plus many more…. Phone the library for more details on 5439 2500. For all information and things library, please visit us at 25 Peachester Road or visit us online at http://library. sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au Beerwah Library (phone 5494 0221) Opening Hours Monday, Thursday and Friday 9.00am to 5.30pm Tuesday 9.00am to 6.30pm

Wednesday 1.30pm to 5.30pm Saturday 9.00am to 3.00pm

copyright © 2011 Chirone Witsen All rights reserved Chirone is a counselling astrologer based at Mt Mellum near Landsborough. For details of consultations, astrology courses and an extended version of this New Moon update, visit her website www.chironewitsen.com, email info@chironewitsen.com or ring 5494 8852

Glasshouse Country Chiropractic Dr Andrew Howden

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Winning treats for big morning tea Last week Peachester CWA hosted a very special Big Morning Tea, the day coincided with the regional judging of a number of their competitions. The winning entries from the cooking competition made perfect morning tea on the day.

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James’ Home Services are excited to announce Karen and Peter Patrech – Our New Interior House Care Franchisees

Karen worked as an Enrolled Nurse for 19 years, in Aged Care. Peter was in the Public Service for over 16 years until being made redundant in 2003. They found work with a well-known Food Retail Company and before moving, they had arranged transfers to Company Stores in Caboolture & Morayfield. Unfortunately the hours and money they were promised, were not forthcoming. Karen said “We contacted James’ Home Services and liked the fact that James’ have a proven system and have been going for 17 years. “We also like that they have great Support and Training mechanisms in place and over 400 Franchisees throughout Australia.” Karen and Peter now own a James’ Interior House Care Franchise in Beerwah. They can assist you with any of your Cleaning requirements and are excited about becoming “Your Cleaner”. Call today 1800 1 JAMES

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Concert of Hope Concert of Hope is presented by the Watoto Children’s Choir from Uganda in two locations only on the Sunshine Coast. The first concert will be held at the Maroochy Baptist Centre, 187 Wises Road North Buderim on Friday, July 15 at 7.00pm with a second performance in Caloundra, at Unity College 47 Lomond Crescent Caloundra West on Saturday, July 16 at 7.00pm. Admission is free and no prior bookings needed. The concert aims to raise awareness and enlist the support for the plight of the 1.8 million orphans in Uganda. The choir children, ranging from eight to 13 years, have been left parentless by war, disease, poverty and abandonment. They are ambassadors for the Watoto Child Care villages in Uganda and will sing and dance to an African beat and tell their amazing personal stories in their ‘Concert of Hope’. For information on the Concert of Hope email choir@watoto.com For information on the work of Watoto contact australia@watoto.com

The Caxton Street Jazz Band Whether you dance or just enjoy listening, either way The Caxton Street Jazz Band is for you. The band will be blowing up a storm on Sunday, July 10 at the Kawana Community Hall in Nanyima Street Buddina, when they present the music of Kenny Ball, Acker Bilk and Chris Barberas well as the Caxton Street favourites. The band’s music is firmly planted in the hot traditional jazz of the early 1900’s, but many other music influences are represented in their performances. With music drawn from the early Ellington, Armstrong, through to the mainstream jazz of the 30’s 40’s and 50’s, in this concert, the music of the great British Jazz bands will be played. The band is more than a jazz band. The six piece Caxton Street Jazz Band appeals not only to jazz aficionados but has a wide following from the general public who enjoy listening and dancing to good music. It is formed by a group of talented musicians who enjoy playing and entertaining. This concert is too good to miss. As the show is ticketed, it is advisable to book by phoning Ted on 5491 6017 or Helen 5438 1976 (credit cards). The Caxton Street Jazz Band is sponsored by the Sunshine Coast Jazz Club and 104.9 Sunshine FM.

Medieval Festival and Tournament – let the pageantry begin The annual Abbey Medieval Festival commences on July 2 with a banquet and will be followed up with the tournament happening over the weekend of July 9 and 10 at the Abbey Museum of Art and Archaelogy (www.abbeymuseum.asn.au), one of Australia’s premier fine arts and archaeology museums. The Museum, a not-for-profit organisation and the festival, run by volunteer staff, is a fundraiser to help preserve and maintain the collections and to fund education programs. The location is an easy 45 minute drive from Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast with free park n ride buses operating from Caboolture Railway station to the tournament, every half hour. Take the Bribie Island exit from the Bruce Highway northbound traffic; take the Toorbul/Donnybrook exit from the Bruce Highway for southbound traffic. Festival activities include music, dancing, street theatre, shows, lectures, workshops, spectator sport-jousting, combat, fencing and archery, markets, stained glass tours, displays and demonstrations of Falconry, craft and board games. Hot food and drinks available in the tournament area for purchase or festival goers are able to bring their own wine, bread, cheese and other repasts. The festival attracts 25,000 visitors and has been a finalist in the QLD Tourism Awards 2010 and winner of the Moreton Bay and Islands Tourism Awards, 2010. Adult day tickets $22.50, weekend pass $27.00, pensioners $13.50, day pass and $18.00 weekend pass. Children $9.00 day pass and $13.50 weekend pass. Family of two adults and four children $58.50 day pass and $67.50 weekend pass. Children under five enter free into the tournament. No camping and no dogs allowed. Further information on activities (such as a Medieval banquet, – July 2, Kids’ Medieval Fun Day – July 6 and Knighting Ceremony – July 8) , outside of the tournament weekend can be found on www.abbeytournament.com

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From Peter Slipper Federal member for Fisher. Ph: 1300 301 981 or 5444 4888

From Mark McArdle State member for Caloundra. Phone: 5491 2780

Bruce Highway petition

I have launched a petition calling for the Australian Government to widen the Bruce Highway to six lanes between Caboolture and the Sunshine Coast. I have spoken in the Australian Parliament on the issue numerous times and also written to the relevant Minister and the Prime Minister about the issue. It is very important that we get upgrades to the highway to ensure it is as efficient and safe as possible and able to meet the demands of our growing population. The petition attracted 391 signatures over two days at the Maleny Show and it is now well over 400. I’m urging concerned Sunshine Coast residents to make an effort to add their names to the list so we can put pressure on the Government to address this vital need. The petitions are available for signing at my office at the corner of Point Cartwright Drive and Nicklin Way, Buddina, and also at the office of Andrew Powell MP, 70 Maple Street, Maleny. Business people who are keen to have a copy of the petition in their offices/outlet can contact my office on 5444 4888.

Parliament Speech

I spoke recently in the Australian Parliament on the infrastructure needs of a growing area like the Sunshine Coast and also the need for investment in creating jobs and sustainable tourism. In my speech, I said “the Sunshine Coast is one of the fastest growing areas of Australia. Because we are a fast-growing area, we never seem to have the infrastructure we require to meet the needs of our growing population. We need to upgrade the Bruce Highway to six lanes all the way from Brisbane to the Sunshine Coast. The former Howard government invested money to upgrade the Bruce Highway from Brisbane to Caboolture and, at the time, that removed the worst bottleneck between Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast. But as road traffic continues to grow, delays seem to be inevitable. The existing four-lane highway—that is, two lanes in each direction—desperately needs upgrading to six lanes. Not to do so is completely unacceptable.” For a copy of the speech or any other speeches, contact my office.

NINTENDO, Wii, X-Box. These are all very familiar pastimes for our kids today. As a baby boomer, football, bike-riding for hours and conjuring up Famous Five adventures were the games I enjoyed until the street lights came on to signal me back indoors. Unfortunately, these days, our children are unable to enjoy the same freedoms. Society is more safety conscious - for good reason - and our daily lives don’t seem to enable them to have as much leisure time available. Last week I attended the Beerwah State School athletics carnival where I was so pleased to meet a group of children who are finding a balance between exercise and their internet hobbies. It was obvious they loved taking part in the athletics carnival. The sheer joy they got from running as fast as they could was evident. I was particularly impressed with the relay teams. The relay was fought out by teams of mates who in those glorious moments of mateship had no thoughts for computer games. I have to say the smiles on their faces made me proud to live on the coast where our kids still enjoy so many outdoor activities. Rather than congratulate one athlete I would like to congratulate all the participants. You are making your parents proud! In the meantime why not try to share some outdoor activities with the kids during the holidays? It will give them a chance to enjoy the outdoors with you rather than just giving their thumbs a workout.

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Do you have Type 2 Diabetes? The next in our successful series of Type 2 Diabetes Education Programs will commence on Tuesday, 5th July 2011

IMPORTANT: This program is available to anyone who has been diagnosed with TYPE 2 Diabetes What is the Type 2 Diabetes Education Program? ● ● ●

Government-funded program (Medicare or Veterans’ Affairs) for Type 2 diabetics - with a referral from your GP Eligible participants are BULK-BILLED so NO cost to you 1 hour group sessions run over 8 consecutive weeks

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PERSONAL DEBT LEVEL LINK TO “MORTGAGE STRESS” Mortgage holders are being urged to assess their personal debt levels to ease – or avert – “mortgage stress”. According to Smartline Personal Mortgage Adviser Teresa Harrison, it was actually “personal debt stress” that exacerbated mortgage repayment pressure. “Mortgage stress is a muchtouted measure of how debt is impacting lifestyle, but it’s often personal debt that is the root cause of the problem, rather than mortgage repayments alone,” Ms Harrison said. www.gcnews.com.au

“For many, it’s far more likely that the combination of mortgage repayments, personal loan repayments, credit card debt, store cards, school fees and the like, when combined, create the stress.

built enough equity since you borrowed to fund the purchase, and a large proportion of your income is being directed to personal and mortgage debt, homeowners may find themselves stretched as interest rates rise.

Ms Harrison said it was important for mortgage holders Ms Harrison suggested to clear personal debt as a mortgage holders regularly priority. review every aspect of their financial situation – not just “While your home is an asset, mortgage repayments – to its value depends on the state ease or avoid financial stresses of the housing market and on related to both personal and how much of the mortgage has mortgage debt. been repaid,” she said. “If your home’s value hasn’t increased “As well as making a concerted in value, therefore, it hasn’t effort to pay off personal and

credit card debt as quickly as possible, it’s also important to establish a budget if you don’t already have one – and if you do have one, reassess your spending habits and work out where you can make savings,” she said. “Also, consider how you might consolidate your debt – an experienced mortgage adviser who knows the current state of Call Teresa Harrison on the lending market can work 5422 9458 or 0410 648 098 through your options and create www.smartline.com.au/tharrison Smartline CL No. 385325 a loan structure that’s right for you and your circumstances.” Call Smartline Adviser Teresa Harrison today on 5422 9458. JUNE 29 2011 |

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Property of the week One for the first home buyer - $295,000 Close to town you will find this home consisting of three bedrooms, one bathroom with two split system air conditioners for your comfort. A hardiplank home with a full length front and rear verandah which could comfortably fit a small family. Bring the paintbrush and a bit of elbow grease and get started on something of your own. If you have a flair for design you could renovate and create your dream home. For your car accommodation there is a stand alone carport on the side and a garden shed for storage. On a fully fenced 745m2 block of land close to shops, train, school and all amentities. To view this home phone Kelvin Brady on 0429 003 338 or 5496 9411.

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$385,000

URGENT SALE... HOME ON 1535M2 • Make an offer....!!! Over 1/4 acre • 6x9m + 6x3m, lean to and asphalt driveway • In-ground pool, side access • Verandah front & rear, fireplace, air and fans • Ranch style 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom

Phone Exclusive Agent Alice King 0411 334 252 5494 6588

OVER 1 ACRE CLOSE TO TOWN • 4 bed, 1 bath home. BIR in all bedrooms • C/fans throughout. Covered timber floor • Verandah on front. Lge double garage. • Mountain views. Fully fenced property. • Near level 4,285m2 block of land.

Phone Exclusive Agent Kelvin Brady 0429 003 338 5496 9411

LANDSBOROUGH

$569,000 Phone Exclusive Agent Kleena Bracken 0429 405 109 5496 9411

WANT QUALITY? THIS ONE’S FOR YOU • 4 bedrooms. Ensuite. Ducted A/C + fans. • Lge cent. lounge. Open plan family/dining • 9ft ceilings. Security screens. DLUG. • Inground pool with Asian hut. Magic view • Total privacy.3x3m g/shed.1044m2. block

$595,000 Phone Exclusive Agent Kleena Bracken 0429 405 109 5496 9411

$369,000 Phone Exclusive Agent Theo Grigoriou 0400 321 953 5494 1488

LIVING THE DREAM • 1535m2 approx of location & versatility • 3 bed brick home, separate living • Lovely kitchen, separate dining area • Large u/cover area, inground sw pool • Large side access, 6x9m shed, privacy

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ROOM TO MOVE - PRIVATE 1/2 ACRE • 4 bedrooms+Study. Dble WIR.Lge Ensuite. • Media ,Family/Dining plus Lounge room. • Lge Kitchen. Fans, A/C. Remote DLUG • Tiled Patio plus Alfresco. Inground Pool • Tropical Garden.6 x9m shed.Fenced 2015m2

$550,000 Phone Exclusive Agent Kelvin Evans 0422 130 652 5494 6588

HOME AMONGST THE GUM TREES • Gentle slopping 6500m2 block • 4 bedroom home with media room and DLUG • 15 minutes to beaches and regional shops • Approx 1 hour to Brisbane • Large 45000lt water tank & solar hot water

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LANDSBOROUGH 10 Silverbirch Crt - Sat 10.00 - 10.45am 4 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 769m2, DLUG……………...$335,000 BEERBURRUM 14 Hibiscus Avenue - Sat Only 10-11.00am 3 bedroom timber home, 1 bathroom, 1227m2……….$370,000 LANDSBOROUGH 5 Tutt Court - Sat Only 10.30 - 11.45am 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 4 car accom, 862m2……..$469,500

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RARE OPPORTUNITY • 2.9 acres on the outskirts of town • 1 minute drive to schools & shops • Flat & useable, ideal for horses • Treed and grassy with dam • Views of Mt Mellum

Phone Exclusive Agent Laurie Evans 0419 658 087 5494 6588

$287,000 Phone Exclusive Agent Renee Oudeman 0448 847 508 5494 6588

EASY TO LIVE IN - EASY TO RENT • Two bedroom low set unit, one bathroom • Two separate liv areas, air-con, heat pump • Well appointed kitchen with dishwasher • Private courtyard, single lock-up garage • Gazebo and barbeque centre courtyard

GLASSHOUSE MTNS 192 Glasshouse Woodford Road Sat Only 11.15 - 12.00pm 4 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, 6 car accom, 8871m2……..$495,000 GLASSHOUSE MTNS 267 Coonowrin Rd - Sat 12 - 12.45pm 6 bedrooms, ensuite, double carport, 3722m2….…….$535,000 GOLDEN BEACH Unit 10 “Windward Passage” 31-35 Landsborough Parade - Sat Only 2.00 - 2.45pm 2 brms, 2 baths, 3rd level, views…...…………………..$425,000

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Glass House Mtns - 5496 9411 1/7 Reed Street

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Property of the week Attractive, spacious and convenient Don’t hesitate - arrange your inspection. This well designed unit will surprise, easy walk to shops, school and transport, no need for a car! Upstairs - three large bedrooms, (the main with ensuite and large walk in robe). plus the main bathroom all tastefully decorated. Downstairs - generous main living room, and then through to the U shaped kitchen with all stainless steel appliances, and separate pantry cupboard. The dining room opens out to the private outdoor courtyard and located outside is the eco

friendly 5000 litre water tank. Town water is also connected for your convenience. The single lock up garage includes the laundry and downstairs toilet with door to back yard. The unit has concrete driveways and gardens in place. Ample room for easy parking and turning into your new home. Body Corporate will be approx $1600 per year. $285,000 Ref: 28821, Denise Pinwill, First National Beerwah 0410 649 905.

Great Home! Great Price! – Beerwah Offers Over $350,000

VALUE PLUS! Mooloolah

• 1999m2 - 1/2 acre • Verandah on 4 sides • Live in or investment • Room for home orchard/veggies • Walk to shops and schools

• 658m2 Block • 3 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms • Open plan kitchen dining rumpus • Lounge area + Hobby room • Alfresco dining awaits!

Inspect: By Appointment Contact: Denise Pinwill 0410 649 905 www.beerwahrealestate.com.au Ref no: 28761

Inspect: By Appointment Contact: Denise Pinwill 0410 649 905 www.beerwahrealestate.com.au Ref no: 28824

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New Spacious Residential Size Townhouses • Uncrowded, landscaped site • Central Beerwah - private ‘green’ setting • Spacious 3 Big Bedrooms (Ensuite) • Generous Living Opens to Courtyard • Construction on track for completion July 2011 68 Simpson Street Beerwah 68 Simpson Street Beerwah

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From $327,900 New release, can’t get a better location, right in town and no raods to cross to get to major shopping Inspect: By Appointment Contact: John King 0409 570 284 www.beerwahrealestate.com.au Ref no: 28175

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Located in Beerburrum in the beautiful Sunshine Coast hinterland, these large residential lots are within walking distance to public transport, primary school, shops and the Glasshouse Mountains National Park. A rural setting with parklands and modern amenities, lots at Acacia Grove range from 1500sqm to 2500sqm.

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This three-year-old generous sized home with ducted air conditioning on a medium sized block (650m2) within walking distance to the train station, post office, supermarket and other local shops and amenities in the Glass House Mountains township. Approximately five minutes drive to Beerwah and the new Aldi supermarket to open shortly. There is a quality long term tenant currently renting at $390.00 per week. This is a four bedroom, two bathroom, family size home with two living zones and only two minutes walk to the local primary school. The modern kitchen has a dishwasher, six burner stove and quality stainless steel appliances. Ceiling fans to all rooms, security screens and modern blinds. There is an undercover patio for entertaining, a fully fenced yard and a double remote garage. The property also overlooks bushland in a nice quiet area of the Glass House Mountains. Across the road is a pathway leading

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to a large recreation area (with shelter shed) to kick a footy. A lovely home with practical, flowing floor plan and a décor of natural tones. Put this property on your list of inspections…you won’t be sorry. The price has just been reduced to $379,000. To make an appointment to view is beautiful home please call Kelvin Brady from Laurie Evans Real Estate Glasshouse Mountains on 0429 003 338 or 5496 9411.

Damned if you do, smart if you don’t Environmental management prior to, during and beyond the construction of a subdivision is no longer an option - it’s an absolute must. And if it’s going to be located next to a national park, you just have to get it right. Sunshine Coast Council has not only studied this -- in its bid to become the most sustainable region in the nation, it has pioneered water and soil erosion management processes which are now regarded as best practice by a growing number of regions. One perfect example of this is the outcome of a small subdivision surrounded by the pristine Mount Ngungun National Park, nestled among the iconic Glasshouse Mountains. Neil Penny of Perren and Penny Civil contractors said the first mission in the making of the 19-lot Parklands estate was to construct large drains to the perimeter of the job. Barrett Earthmoving was then able to shape and stabilise the future house allotments more easily, as the control of water flow from the national park was in place. “A combination of recycled mulch and seeding was used to achieve an almost instant effect,” spokesman Todd Barrett said. “The use of mulch to stabilise completed areas made the job easier to manage during the extended wet period.” The project’s final steps were to complete a new road and install power and water reticulation also made easier.

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“The construction team completed work during a very wet summer relatively uninhibited by rain,” Mr Barrett said. “Diverting water around the site helped our construction areas dry out more quickly, Showroom: Unit 1+2, 5 ultimately getting us back on the job quicker.” Beerwah Parade, Beerwah Mr Penny said it had been a satisfying experience BSA Lic No: 1106152 to work closely with the council environmental officers and technical advisers Covey and Associates, “to achieve a positive end result that we can all be proud of.” Council environmental spokesman Leon Rowlands said its innovative erosion and sediment control program had a positive effect upon controlling water pollution on development sites, “with a growing number of contractors performing to a high standard environmentally.” “Overall construction at Glasshouse Parklands estate was managed We urgently require Sales Suzen Court, Mooloolah with a high level of and Rentals consideration for the surrounding sensitive Our aim is to offer Sales environment,” Mr and Property Rowlands said. Management with a If you would like to know difference more, visit council’s website which will supply We offer: more information about Large Queenslander with • Sales 2% Exclusive water management.

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Community Notices Hungi

Beerburrum School of Arts Association is presenting an Island Style Hungi on July 30, commencing at 3.00pm, byo esky. Adults $20.00 each, family concessions available, limited tickets available, book early. RSVP by July 8. Contact Patricia 5496 0074 (a/h only), Bronwyn 0411 673 912 (a/h only), Helen 5496 0143 (a/h only).

Caboolture Family History Research Group Inc. No entry fee payable to Caboolture Historical Village, 280 Beerburrum Road, Caboolture to visit our group premises only for worldwide research on your family tree. Located next to Bauer House (Glenowen) at the machinery end of the Historical Village. All are welcome during our opening hours from 9.30am – 3.00pm Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Phone us on 5428 2018, or contact us via e-mail at cfhrg@ yahoo.com.au for further information.

Womens Auxillary Beerwah and Peachester RSL sub branch Inc

The High Tea in aid of the War Veterans was most successful and everyone had a great time sipping tea and eating fabulous food and enjoying the good life. Thanks to all those who made it such a lovely event. Our next sub branch meeting is on Monday at 1.00pm at our Drop in Centre but don’t forget every Friday morning coffee and chat at the same place from 9.30am onwards.

Glass House Country RSL June 10 - Lucky door - Sandy 01F. Meat tray David 34E. Fruit and veggie tray - Paul 26E. Fruit and veggie tray - Yevone 15E. June 17 - Lucky door: Elaine 09F. Meat tray: Ralph and Raye 91C. Fruit and veggie tray: Rick 16F. Fruit and veggie tray: Cyril 94C.

De-Sex in the City – Last chance The Sunshine Coast Animal Refuge, in conjunction with participating vets, are offering ‘De-Sex in the City’ vouchers at $49.00 to all Sunshine Coast cat owners. The offer is only available until June 30 or until the remaining 100 vouchers are sold whichever is the earlier. SCARS is appalled by the number of pregnant cats and kittens left in the council pound. Please be responsible, make a difference to the discarded cat population by having your cat de-sexed. Phone 5494 5275 or admin@ sippycreek.com.au

Garage / Boot Sale The Glass House Country RSL Citizens’ Auxiliary is having a Garage / Boot Sale to be held on Saturday, July 16 at the Glass House Country RSL grounds, 1 Reed Street, Glass House Mountains from 7.00am - 1.00pm. Sites $5.00 each and can be booked by ringing 5438 7777 and leaving a message. There will be a sausage sizzle so come and enjoy a bite to eat while browsing the stalls.

GCNews welcomes contributions from not-for-profit community groups and other local organisations. Please note the editorial deadline is 12.00noon each Friday. If you have missed the deadline your contribution will not be considered for the next edition. For contributions 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

Raffle winner

Winner of the jumbo meat tray raffle for the fundraising for the Buhmann girls (UK Football Trip) was Matt Morris. Prize kindly donated by Landsborough Meats.

Landsborough Kindy News

Lots of fun and games was had at Landsborough Kindergarten on the last day of term, with their annual Teddy Bears Picnic. Just a reminder - it is time to enrol your child for next year as days and groups are being decided upon. Please phone the kindy on 5494 1248 for any enquiries.

GoodOldTalk.com

GoodOldTalk.com is a social networking website designed for seniors. Become a member for free and you can start or join in discussions/ debates on any topic that interests you. There is no need for any senior who has access to the internet to be lonely. Just start talking to the friendly members of GOT. Topics currently include computers, travel, hobbies, finance, health, sports, trivia, jokes, awards; and postings of an historical and general nature. The variety is never ending. Product warranty, volcanic ash and aircraft groundings, cattle grids, ethanol and soup recipes were some of the postings this week. So log on to GOT to see what else has been happening this week in the forum and on members’ blogs or teach yourself how to use the computer with step-by-step guides. Contact Rehanah on 5493 5947 or Hazel on 5493 7679 for more information.

have space available, then some may be held over until the following week. Priority is given to contributions which are time specific. Please keep contributions to a maximum of 100 words. Contributions may be edited if they are too lengthy and in accordance with the GCNews style guide. For more information about submitting a contribution, email reception@gcnews.com.au GLASSHOUSE COUNTRY

Glasshouse Country Ministers Fellowship

GLASSHOUSE COUNTRY ANGLICAN CHURCH

WEDNESDAYS *Mooloolah (Paget Road) 9.00am SUNDAY *Beerwah (Peachester Road) 9.00am (First Sundays - Family Service) Rev. Ken Goodger - 5491 1866 Local contact 5494 9536

Contact 5439 9341 or 5496 9671 that we need to watch out for false prophets. In Matthew 24 Jesus’ disciples ask him a question about the destruction of Jerusalem and about the end of the earth. His first answer was to watch out that no one deceives you. He repeats a similar line two more times in this chapter. Jesus obviously knew that many false prophets and people claiming to be Jesus would appear on this earth. That’s why he warned us. The Bible tells of other signs of Jesus’ return in the same chapter. The Bible does not support the idea of reincarnation. When Jesus was walking on earth and one of his friends named Lazarus died, he likened death to sleep (see John 11). Lazarus was dead and Jesus was raising him from the dead. For the rest of us who die (sleep) we will have to wait for the resurrection until Jesus comes the second time in the clouds with his angels (see 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18). Is this Jesus in Kingaroy an imposter Jesus warned us about?

Glasshouse Country Baptist Church 58 Roberts Rd, Beerwah Kids & Youth ÊÊ Programs

BEERWAH 9.30 & 6 MALENY 10.30

www.churchontherise.org.au Church Office 5494 0655

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Heinrich Rusterholz Seventh Day Adventist Church In recent times we heard about the Jesus of Kingaroy and his partner Mary. I heard it the first time when I was taking the weekly service at Embracia Retirement Village at Beerwah. One of the volunteers asked me a question about the issue. A little later I saw a posting on facebook with a youtube link which I watched. It was interesting how this man told the audience that he started to remember his previous life through reincarnation. He remembered he was Jesus and that the people who are against him did not really understand the truth. This started me thinking of Jesus in the Bible and how he said

LUTHERAN CHURCH

Invites you to our Sunday services at 9.00am Enquiries phone 5494 6354

GLASSHOUSE COMMUNITY CHURCH Pastor Brendan Edwards

Glasshouse Country RSL Sub Branch Building - Sun 4.30pm

Kids Church during service

A Wesleyan Methodist Church

Phone: 5496 9556

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!

CATHOLIC WEEKEND MASSES

Saturday 6pm: Peachester Rd, Beerwah 5493 0967 Sunday 7am: Caloundra St, Landsborough 5494 8896 Sunday 6pm: Mooloolah Hall, Bray Rd 5492 9279 www.gcnews.com.au


A to Z of Trades and Services Talkin’ Trades - Shopfitters with a difference, making a difference

Tellum Refrigeration & Airconditioning

Ph: 0410 448 250 - Landsborough

AU01246 / L002423

Repairs, Installation & Maintenance to all Air conditioning systems, commercial & residential. Sales of energy efficient Daikin Airconditioners (ducted, wall hung & multi-head split systems) T0137

Endorsed Antenna Installer

H AL A W BEER CHANIC CES ME SERVI Where we specialise in customers not just cars

Quality TV Antennas Digital TV for Dummies TV Tuning, Wall mounting, Extra TV, Phone & Data outlets Satellite TV, VAST, Christian TV

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Automotive

Visit our website: www.glendonair.com

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Ph: 5496 0300

AIR CONDITIONING

DRAGON AIR CONDITIONING

SUPPLY AND INSTALL INSTALLATION ONLY FREE QUOTES SPLITS & DUCTED SERVICE / CLEAN

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ABN 40450476515

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Email: ja_ross@optusnet.com.au

• Brake & Clutch Repairs • Wheel alignments • Log Book Servicing • Front End Repairs • RWC Inspection Station

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YOUR SERVICE & MUFFLER SOLUTION

• A Grade Mechanic Lic. No. 6342

• Mechanical Repairs

• Warranty Servicing, RWC, clutches & brakes • Electronic code scanning

TNT MOBILE MECHANICAL Honest, Reliable Mechanical Repairs & Servicing

0439 247 266 BSA # 1132000 / L004114

Antennas / TV

Jeff & Ann Ross

Mobile: 0429 960 300

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Ph: 0422 864 744

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INDUSTRIAL / COMMERCIAL / DOMESTIC  30 Years Experience in Trade  Tradesman not Salesman  First Class Workmanship  Priced for your pocket

Top Quality Servicing & Repairs on all cars & 4WD

Terry Vost

AUTO CARE

Mobile or Workshop

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

0434 090 197

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BEERWAH ELECTRONICS PH: 5494 0466

21 Peachester Road, BEERWAH Fax: 5494 0416 Email: beertron@internode.on.net

• Antenna Repairs • New Installations • Digital Upgrades • Additional Outlets

• TV, DVD, VCR Tuning • Home Theatre Setups • Satellite Installations • Set Top Boxes

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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

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tradies wherever we go,” he said. “We always start and finish on time and have built a professional reputation Australia-wide and given no job is too big or small, you should give us a call.” LJ Shopfitters Pty Ltd, is based in Landsborough, servicing all major cities and regional areas Australia-wide with all hours of operation. Mobile 0409 646 048 email sales@ljshopfitters.com.au

building game for 35 years, painting, plastering, tiling, and undertaking cabinetry and kitchen installations. Leo says his company’s point of difference is that they offer true value for money. “Our overheads are low, given that we work from home and mobile operations. As a true family business, I employ my son Andrew and we travel anywhere in Australia. We use local

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Licensed building contractors are required to state their name and BSA licence number in all advertisements. A BSA licence is mandatory for building design, plumbing and drainage; gas fittings; termite inspection and reports and pre-purchase building inspections. Unlicensed contractors for all other building work are required to state in their advertisement the value or work they are entitled to carry out without a licence. Failure to provide this information can result in a substantial penalty. It is the advertisers’ responsibility to comply with these requirements.

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Leo Kull, owner of LJ Shopfitters Pty Ltd, prides himself on his service as a local company equipped to provide shop and office fit-outs both locally and Australia-wide. “We can provide all services and trades from design through to completion. We also offer competitive rates withA> our renovation services,” Leo explains. B> Leo has owned his business for more than a decade and has been in the •

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Cabinetmakers ABN 83 143 913 259 BSA Lic No. 49425

LEAKING SHOWERS

Ken Muller 0467 490 907 Matthew Muller 0409 936 083

Joinery & Shopfitters

Bricklayers

Office and Showroom Unit 1, Lot 28 Biondi Crescent, Beerwah

Carpet Cleaning Hale Carpet Cleaning

5494 0398 Concreting

• Carpets, Rugs, Curtains, Cars • Lounge Suites (Fabric and Leather) • Stain Removal, Tile & Grout Cleaning • Carpet, Upholstery & Tile Protection • Concrete Paths, Patios & Driveways

Call Brad & Kaylene Hale, your local carpet cleaning professionals

5499 9926

Monday - Friday 7.30am - 5.30pm

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Dean Parry Director Servicing all major cities 0417 045 062 and regional (07) 5494 7117 areas (07) 5494 7543 Australia wide redbuilding@bigpond.com

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Quality Services at Affordable Prices

Call 0429

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for your FREE no obligation quote

“All Aspects of Concreting”

*(conditions apply)

Darryl Johnson - 0415 954 195 Licensed Contractor - BSA 1119033 ‘Local Guy, Local Quote’

ACCREDITED CARPET CLEANERS Steam Cleaning

3 -5 Average Rooms

$65

Extra rooms $10 each

You book your carpets: FREE: sanatizing and deodorising $25 basic internal pest control* FULLY INSURED $25 internal flea control* * with carpet clean ALL WORK GUARANTEED FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED

M & A CONCRETING QBSA 068989 Professional & prompt Quality work Site left clean Driveways, Patios, Paths and slabs in plain, exposed & decorative finishes Existing concrete rejuvenated

FREE CALL 1800 281 521

ABN 60 627 360 193 ACN 131 206 089 BSA Lic. #1018329

Cleaning

VINYL FLOOR CLEANING SPECIALIST

STRIP, SEAL, POLISH, SPRAY-BUFF

Phone Allen Thomas

Please phone 0421 690 895

• Stenciling • Covacrete • Stamped • Exposed Concrete • House slabs • and resealing ROBERT TREVISAN

PHONE: 0407 754 208

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Driveways - Paths - Patios - Slabs Quality Work at Competitive Rates

Rental & Multi-level specialists – Senior & Pensioner Discounts* – Environmentally friendly cleaning agents –

Phone Daniel 0414 417 148

NEED A QUALITY BUILDER? THINKING OF RENOVATING?

Phillip Short Concrete

PLAIN • STENCIL • EXPOSED AGG. STAMPED • COVERCRETE

CONCRETING

REG BUILDER BSA LIC No 730134

Shopfitters with a difference

Shop 2, 5 Peachester Road, Beerwah www.totalmicrosystems.com.au

CONCRETOR

Mobile: 0417 781 167 Phone: 5496 9851

GREG GATTI All Concrete Work

Glasshouse Country News For all your advertising needs please call Cathy on 5438 7445

or email advertising @gcnews.com.au

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5494 6794 or 0412 060 184

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• Kitchens • Vanity • Laundry •TV Units • Robes • Appliances • Organised sub trades

of prestige and quality homes, extension and renovations Prompt quoting Over 20yrs experience

Other Services Available Windows / Roofs & Gutters / Driveways & Pathways Internal Walls & Ceilings / Bond Cleans Pest Control & Ceiling Vacuums FULLY INSURED - ALL WORK GUARANTEED FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED

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Builders / Carpenters

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You book your house now and recieve: FREE: Spider Treatment / FREE: Anti-mould Treatiment FREE: Carpet Clean & Lic. Pest Control with every Bond Clean

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ALL BRICK AND BLOCKWORK RETAINING WALLS - FIREPLACES - BIG/SMALL JOBS

Specialising in low pressure hand washing

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5494 6658 - 0418 151 231

License No 71591

BRICKLAYING - BOB KENNEDY

Queenslander Specialists

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SHOWERFIX offer a full range of waterproofing services for showers, vanities & bath surrounds QBSA 1086283 SUNSHINE COAST COMAPANY

Ph 5439 0108

2/28 Biondi Cresent Fax 5439 0109 Beerwah Qld 4519 Email: knmkitchens@aapt.net.au

Minimum Water Usage

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www.showerfix.com.au

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 Qld Company Lastest Technology Professional Technicians

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0427 669 643

Phone 5438 7445

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A to Z of Trades and Services Electrical contracting Terry Ottey 0418 199 466

Fencing

Installations Installations, Repairs Servicing and Air Conditioning Repairs, Servicing Installations, Servicing Domestic . Owner Builders . Repairs, Commercial . Rural . Industrial Domestic • Commercial • Rural • Industrial

Retail suppliers of fencing materials, timber, logs, wire and steel. Also installers of quality fencing For a Free Measure and Quote phone

Domestic • Commercial •71536 Rural • Industrial BSA Lic. No. 60278 Lic. No. 60278 PO BoxBSA 578, Beerwah QLD 4519 PO Box 578, Beerwah QLD 4519

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Wynne’s

• Domestic • Rural • All Types • 4WD Tractor & Bucket • Post Driver & Slasher • 4T Tipper Rubbish Removal • Total Landscape Service • Locally Owned & Operated For a free quote phone Garth 5499 9330 or 0438 714 983

You Beaut Scapes

Gas

KLM 5493 0493

Garden Maintenance Same day response Free Quotes Fully insured

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

LOW COST GLASS REPLACEMENT

• Home • Shop • Office • 7 Days •

KEV’S MOWING

From Villas to Large Acreage Private – Commercial – Body Corporate Mob 0438 308513 AH 5494 9183

Peachester Ph: 0404 903 801 Prompt, Friendly Service Give us a go! No Job is Too Small www.gcnews.com.au

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Free quotes: Call for the Best Price • Windows • Doors • Maintenance • Shower Screens • Security & Insect Screens MONTY’S GLASS & SECURITY 5493 0374 0439 875 031

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* Mowing * Rubbish removals * Pruning * Garden cleanups * Ride on work * Gutters cleaned

Ceiling Fans Lighting Air Conditioners 41 Caloundra Rd, Caloundra

0427 120 955 www.kamconstructions.net.au

LP Gas Suppliers

Your Electrical and Lighting Retailer

Licensed & Insured All types of electrical work

5497 2615

Timber Fencing, Colourbond, Weldmesh, Aluminium, Pool and all decorative fencing. Hard & soft landscaping & minor earthworks

Call Jamie 0417 720 505 a/h 5494 6282

5413 2500

Our Products Our Service FREE • Garages • Designed & Engineered Quotes & • Patios • Fully Licensed & Insured Advice • Carports • Council Permits Organised • Sheds\Rural & Farm Sheds DISPLAY CENTRE NOW OPEN AT 2 WILLIAM ST, KILCOY

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Pruning & Lopping Garden Clean Ups General Garden

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Phone Greg on 0418 741 145

Lawn Mowing Gardening Rubbish Removal Hedge Trimming

5496 9861 or 0439 303 306 Glasshouse Mtns

Domestic, Commercial, Owner Builder, Rural & Industrial

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Servicing this area for the past 15 years

Lic 69821

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Electrical

Lawn & Property Maintenance Call Rick

Timber, Colourbond, Aluminium & Glass Pool fencing, Gates Retaining Walls & More For a free quote Phone Matthew

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FIRST CALL FENCING

NFL Electrical Nathan 0417 040 291

Domestic · Commercial · Industrial · Rural

For all your mowing/ride on & garden needs

20 Tytherleigh Ave, Landsborough

email: matthewcarter@aapt.net.au QBSA 1139536

Est. since 1983

LAWN & GARDEN CARE

• Same Day Response • Gold Medal Service • Fully insured

BSA Lic: L 1117342

Handyman Services

Rick’s

ALL MAINTENANCE

22+ years experience Free in all types of home maintenance Quotes repairs, painting & minor renovations

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Adam: Glasshouse Mtns Adam: Glasshouse Office: 5493 0054Mtns

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Local Q.B.S.A. Lic No. 1130199

Electrical Services Electrical Services ELECTRICAL SERVICES PTY LTD

Jim: Beerwah Office: 5439 9400 Office:0414 5439774 9400 Mobile: 046 Mobile: 0414 774 046

Chad’s Cheap Mowing 0430 517 211

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Electricians

• Weed Spray • Garden Clean • Lawns • Acres Ups • Edges • Slashing • Rubbish Removal • Hedges No Job too big or small – Pensioner Discounts

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Painters

Handyman Services cont.

Friendly Quality Paints

Home Maintenance

NDUSTRIAL

• Carpentry & Joinery • Minor Cabinet Making • Plastering

• Tiling • Painting • No Job to small BSA: 49498 223

E. eliminatepests@bigpond.com Professional Painting POLocal BOXTradesman 257 Beerwah 4519 with

0407 439 526

BSA NO. 1011255

07 5493 0440

20 years Experience All Aspects of Painting Sunshine Coast including all Hinterland areas

ABN 79 347 449 750

Local Painters

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High Quality Work Our Prices Based on Award Wages NO HIDING PROFIT! Over 30 Years Experience

GARDEN FEATURES

GRAHAM RENWICK

Builder & Stone Mason QBSA License No. 77177. Est 1981

Ph: 0418 204 159

Plant & Machinery

QBSA 1147179

a/h: 5494 0830

Contact Frank 0457 486 080

You Beaut Scapes  Gardens  Earthworks & more

• New Homes • House Repaints • Roof Repaints

FREE QUOTES

• Decks • Renovations • Domestic & Commercial PAINTING Do It Right David McIntyre Choose Brush Rite Painting 0420 662 811 / 5496 9540 Glass House Mountains

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Over 20 yrs exp

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Marine Services

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Licensed

Cam’s Truck & Bobcat Hire

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B&A Earthmovers bobcat, excavator & tipper hire

Phone Brian Mobile: 0402 129 665 Fax: 5497 4840

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Your spare change for doorknock appeal

It’s time to open your doors, open your hearts and gather your small change to give to Leukaemia Foundation volunteers who will be knocking on neighbourhood doors across the state for the annual Doorknock Appeal on from July 16 – 29. A few gold coins are all it takes to make a difference in the life of a leukaemia patient. Collectively, the Foundation hopes to raise $1.2 million from the appeal to continue investment in medical research, giving patients the chance to dream of a brighter future. Leukaemia Foundation of Queensland CEO, Peter Johnstone, said the Doorknock Appeal would also help raise funds to support patients as they faced the most difficult battle of their lives. “A blood cancer diagnosis is not only devastating for the patient but presents many financial and emotional challenges for the whole family,” Mr Johnstone said. “For many Queenslanders a diagnosis means leaving their home immediately for intensive and lengthy medical treatment in a different city.” “The Leukaemia Foundation tries to ease some of these burdens by providing accommodation close to hospitals and support services staff to provide counselling and assistance.” This year the Foundation’s patient accommodation facilities in Townsville and South Brisbane are being expanded to meet growing demand. Every day, five people in Queensland are diagnosed with leukaemias, lymphomas, myeloma and related blood disorders. One person is diagnosed every hour across Australia. So please, open your door to our friendly volunteers and help patients live their dreams for the future. Give what you can to help the Foundation continue its Vision to Cure and Mission to Care. To donate online, or for more information on how your donations will make a difference, please visit www.doorknock.net.au or call 1800 152 211. 36 |

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Small farming workshop with Joel Salatin

Farmer Joel Salatin will present a workshop with a difference in the Beerwah Community Hall on Friday, August 5. Joel Salatin is not only a farmer – he and his family’s enterprise at PolyFace Farms in Virginia, USA, are a world-leading example of how a small family farm can become a diverse and profitable local food producer. Joel will show workshop participants how the benefits of local food systems can create resilience, stability and abundance in both farmers and the wider community. In one jam-packed day of entertaining knowledge and knowhow, Joel will share with everyone how his working model proves that small farms can raise and grow a variety of produce and sell produce through successful relationship marketing within the local community. Joel’s workshop will show you how to make your small farm more ethical, profitable, and deeply integrated with your community. Joel is a third generation ‘beyond organic’ farmer. PolyFace Farms’ innovative and effective farming techniques allow Joel and his family to produce ‘beyond organic’ produce effectively, in a way which regenerates their farmland while making them a profitable livelihood. The one day workshop will cover PolyFace Farms’ animal systems including pastured poultry, salad bar beef, forested ‘pigerator’ pork and the main-frame design of the farm. The enterprise’s ‘relationship marketing’ techniques will also be covered. Joel Salatin came to Australia in 2010 for a successful RegenAG tour and this workshop in Beerwah offers an opportunity for anyone thinking about farming or already on the land who wants to farm in a profitable, regenerative manner. The workshop is sponsored by the Sunshine Coast Council, SEQ Catchments and RegenAG, an alliance of farming families around the globe who are committed to helping regenerate the world’s farms, soils, communities and on-farm livelihoods. For more information and to book ring 4086 8019 or go to www.regenag. com and click on the ‘upcoming courses’ tab. www.gcnews.com.au


Blood, Sweat and Cheers

Your guide to sport in Glasshouse Country

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Lessons for Beginners to Advanced

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Jayden Donald doesn’t really understand what all the fuss is about. He’s just having fun horse riding. But the Year 1 student at St Paul’s Lutheran Primary School has won a dozen sashes, ribbons and rosettes over the last few weeks, and is aiming for more in the very near future. Not bad for someone who only started riding seven months ago! Jayden was awarded Champion Boy Rider at the Caboolture Show earlier this month. He also won Under 8’s Boy Rider and School Child’s Pony Turnout, and came third in Tony Tots (six years and under). The following weekend, he won firsts for both Presentation and Rider Class, and placed fourth in Show jumping in his Club competition. He also received a fourth place, three fifth places and a sixth place in Sporting events. “Splash is the best!” Jayden said, his little face beaming. “His real name is ‘He’s Some Boy’, but my cousin and I call him Splash. He’s my cousin’s horse. He’s really good. I love riding him.” Jayden’s next event is at the Woodford Show. “I’m looking forward to going there – shows are great,” he said. “I really love the show bags!”

Tuesday, June 21 winners were Bob Patten, Teresa Scarffe and Rosemay Roderick. Raffle winner was Kev Woodman. Saturday, June 25 raffles were won by Kate Debnam (visitor) and Frank Kelly. The Final of the Men’s Pairs was played and won by Rob Hall and Peter Plunkett over Frank Kelly and Dick Burgess. A very good game by all accounts. Congratulations to our new Champions. We will be resuming our 2 bowl Triples on Monday, June 11. July morning tea at 9.30am. Names can be phoned in to Judy on 5492 3932 or Eileen on 5494 7247.We need teams so don’t delay, you will enjoy the day.

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Jayden and his ribbons from the Caboolture Show

Glasshouse Country Bowls Club Contributed by Trevor Bertram

Numbers on Ladies’ Day last Wednesday were down due to some of our ladies playing away at

the Donnybrook Ladies’ Fours 2 Day Carnival. Sixteen players did enjoy the day however, under great bowling conditions. Thursday’s Open Pairs was won by Robbie Dean and Graham Richardson with 2 wins + 50. The runners-up were Bob Bloomer and Ron Wilson winning the second game with 28 shots. On Saturday we hosted the Caboolture District Men’s Pairs with Gary Lehmann and Terry Little putting in a good effort, but unfortunately going down in their second round 23/18 to Beachmere. Prizes ‘out of the hat’ for the afternoon social games of pairs and triples went to Grahame Kelton (visiting from Beenleigh), Trevor Bertram and Maurie Dawes. Members are reminded to support our Charity Day on Sunday, July 10, commencing at 1.00pm. It will be a fun afternoon with randomly selected teams for a game or two of social bowls. There will also be plenty of raffles with prizes donated by local businesses. Visiting bowlers and new players are welcome to join us. All proceeds from the day will go to cancer research. Coming Events: Charity Day, in aid of Cancer Research, Sunday, July 10, at 1.00pm. Monthly Jackpot Triples, Wednesday, July 13, at 9.00am.

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Down & Dirty with Brownie Jobs for the yard in July

• Prune passionfruit vines of unwanted growth, mulch and water well. Prune the vine by cutting all laterals (shoots coming from the main stem) back to two buds. • Feed your citrus trees. Use 125g of citrus tree fertiliser per year of age of the tree up to 1.25kg. You need to do this three times a year – July, November and February. • Time to plant bagged roses and if you need to, move existing rose bushes to another spot in the garden.

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• Treat your lawn for bindii as soon as it appears. Any of the broadleaf lawn herbicides, such as ‘bindii and clover killer’ will do, as will a thumb and forefinger. • Keep the high nitrogen fertiliser up to your cabbage, cauliflower and broccoli plants, as they need it to grow strong and large.

Vegetables

Plant asparagus, broad bean, peas, beans, parsnip, rhubarb, english spinach, silver beet, zucchini, potatoes, carrot, kohl rabi, lettuce, radish, spring onion, turnip, beetroot, broccoli, cabbage, capsicum, celery, garlic, leeks, swede, sweet potato and tomato.

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What’s on in July

Local groups • Glasshouse Country Bromeliad Society - July 3, 2.00pm, at Mary MacKillop Centre, Peachester Road, Beerwah. All interested bromeliad growers welcome, please bring your own cup for afternoon tea. Contact Margaret, 5496 9601. • Peachester District Horticulture Society - July 21, 9.30am, Peachester Hall. Friendship day. Competition bench – there will be three miscellaneous, one camellia and two normal

entries. Two entries allowed in each section this month if you like. Contact Patricia, 5496 9169. • Glasshouse Country Orchid Society - July 17, 11.00am at the home of Paul and Sue Jones, Candle Mountain Drive, Peachester. For more details, contact Jan on 5494 2301. • Beerwah Garden Club - July 2, 1.30pm. For venue contact Lesley on 5496 9915. • Society for Growing Australian Plants (SGAP) - July 10, 2.00pm. Meeting at the home of Joan and John Dillon, Hunchy. For details phone 5494 9187. • Hibiscus Society of QLD – Ningi Branch. No July meeting, as the group will be working at the Nambour Garden Expo – call by and say hello. Contact Gynith, 5498 7757. Other events • July 2 - 3, Charity Orchid Show, sponsored by North Moreton Qld Orchid Council. Raising funds for the Breast Cancer Support Group. Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens. 9.00am – 3.30pm, entry $3.00, under 14 free. • July 5 - 7, Far OUT Forest – school holidays festival. Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens. Loads of great free activities for the kids. See http:// www.brisbane.qld.gov.au/facilities-recreation/ parks-gardens/brisbane-botanic-gardens-mt- coot-tha/whats-on/July-2011-events/index.htm • July 8 - 10, Queensland Home Garden Expo, Nambour Showgrounds. It’s now ranked as the No. 1 gardening event in Queensland. Entry $16.00, $14.00 conc. www.homegardenexpo.com.au • July 29 - 31, Botanical Artist’s Society of QLD annual exhibition. Mt Coot-tha Botanic Gardens. 9.00am - 4.00pm, entry $2.00. • July 31 - Planet Ark National Tree Day. To find a local activity site, go to www.treeday. planetark.org/find-a-site/

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5.00 am Daytime viewing 4.30 pm Afternoon News 5.30 pm Hot Seat 6.00 pm National News 6.30 pm Win News 7.00 pm A Current Affair 7.30 pm The Block 8.30 pm Inside the Human Body 9.30 pm The Footy Show 11.15pm WIN News late night viewing continues

5.00 am Daytime viewing 4.00 pm Everyday Gourmet 4.30 pm The Bold And The Beautiful 5.00 pm TEN News 6.00 pm 6.30 With George Negus 7.00 pm The 7PM Project 7.30 pm MasterChef Australia 8.30 pm Law & Order: S.V.U 10.30pm 6:30 With George Negus late night viewing continues

5.00 am Daytime viewing 5.30 pm Hot Seat 6.00 pm National News 6.30 pm A Current Affair 7.00 pm The Big Bang Theory 7.30 pm Friday Night Football Eels v Broncos 9.45 pm Movie: Talladega Nights 11.30pm WIN News late night viewing continues

5.00 am Daytime viewing 6.30 pm 6.30 With George Negus 7.00 pm The 7PM Project 7.30 pm MasterChef Australia 9.00 pm Burn Notice 10.00pm Law & Order 11.00pm 6:30 With George Negus Encore 11.30pm TEN Late News late night viewing continues

5.00 am Daytime viewing 5.30 pm Deal or No Deal 6.00 pm Seven Local News 6.30 pm Seven News 7.00 pm Home & Away 7.30 pm How I Met Your Mother 8.30 pm Grey's Anatomy 9.30 pm Desperate Housewives 10.30pm Private Practice 11.30pm 2011 Wimbledon late night viewing continues

Friday | 1 July 2011 5.00 am Daytime viewing 6.00 pm Letters and Numbers 6.30 pm World News Australia 7.30 pm Coast: Glasgow to Edinburgh 8.30 pm As It Happened: John Rabe 9.30 pm World News Australia 10.05pm The Perfect Vagina 11.05pm Movie: Máncora late night viewing continues

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5.00 am Daytime viewing 5.00 pm Today Tonight 5.30 pm Deal or No Deal 6.00 pm Seven Local News 6.30 pm Seven News 7.00 pm Home & Away 7.30 pm Better Homes And Gardens 8.30 pm Deep Blue 10.00pm 2011 Wimbledon late night viewing continues

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5.00 am Daytime viewing 4.00 pm Sunday Football Dragons v Knights 6.00 pm National News Sunday 6.30 pm In Their Footsteps 7.30 pm 60 Minutes 8.30 pm The Mentalist 10.30pm CSI: Miami 11.25pm The Guardian 12.20am Super League Wigan v Leeds late night viewing continues

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5.00 am Daytime viewing 5.00 pm The Crew 5.30 pm Global Village 6.00 pm Tour de France 2011 6.30 pm World News Australia 7.30 pm Mythbusters 8.30 pm Man v Wild 9.30 pm World News Australia 10.00pm Tour de France 2011 Live: Stage 3 2.00 am Weatherwatch late night viewing continues

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SCORPIO October 23 – November 22

LEO July 23 – August 22

SAGITTARIUS November 23 – December 22 ARIES March 21 – April 20

Habits from the past are no longer appropriate. Catching up on things that you haven’t had time to do will give you great satisfaction. People from the past may also come into your life when you least expect it. New ideas on your career path may influence you to change careers. Overseas travel is likely. Your ideals can be brought to fruition as long as you focus. You will need to handle problems in a calm and rational manner. New ideas and thoughts can inspire you to delve deeply into yourself and others. This can be a very favourable time for you. Many areas of your life will be changing. You will go through some deep transformational moments. VIRGO August 23 – September 22

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Travel will be important as well as making new connections with foreign people. For those single Taureans, someone you never thought you’d think of romantically might suddenly turn your head around. This individual may have been trying to catch your eye for some time. This relationship can be a lot of fun so enjoy.

There can be excellent prospects that can come from out of the blue with relationships as well as your career. Don’t expect this period to be boring. Get ready to have fun on a roller coaster. Your personality and ability to make money will astound you. A new car is shown.

You will have the strength to handle whatever you need to deal with. It is time to let go of the past. New awakenings can be yours. Be careful about trusting people and situations at this time. An unexpected call regarding a new position will open up many doors. The personal and romantic side of your life can be quite hectic.

You will have greater insights into where you are going. When asking for these things, make it clear to the universe what you want. Career and finances will certainly improve. Your self esteem will be strong and you will have many opportunities to improve your lifestyle.

Someone from the past can come back into your life. Changes around the home are likely and you will have a strong desire for self understanding and improving your general well being and health. You may start some metaphysical or spiritual course. The roadway is open before you, allow yourself to surrender and move forward.

CAPRICORN December 23 – January 19

AQUARIUS January 20 – February 19

Your drive, confidence and personality can You may have a greater interest in health now bring you much fulfilment. New friends and exercise. A new exercise program will that you make at this time will be somewhat be excellent. Don’t let things get you down at different. You may find your social life this time. Keep focused on what you want and changing and expanding as new people where you are going. You will be successful come into your life. There can be a change and new creativity will develop. A change in of residence as well as a new addition to the the home environment is indicated. family. LIBRA September 23 – October 22

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