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Hi Everyone... For the past five years Brownie and I, along with our lovely friends Lottie (the talented knitter) and John (the devoted husband) Nisbett, have spent the last Sunday afternoon in November installing our quirky yarn bombed Christmas tree outside our office. Sadly we are no longer continuing our tradition. Sunshine Coast Council contacted us just before Christmas last year to advise that they had received a complaint from a community member about our use of a council tree. As is the nature of this type of situation, council did not explain what the community member’s specific concerns were. However, the very polite and helpful council officer advised that if we wished to continue doing this we would need to apply for a regulated activity permit. The permit, which is the same as if we were holding a street party, requires us to complete eight pages of questions on 28 individual criteria. There would also be a $258 permit fee, additional public liability insurance and possible fee for council officers to monitor it. For us, decorating the tree has always been a simple way to create a piece of fun festive street art that brings lots of smiles and happy faces to our locals. So with the simple fun gone, we have decided to hang up our knitted baubles for the foreseeable future.
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Enjoy a night of festive family fun at the Beerwah Tower Green Christmas twilight market with more than 30 stalls offering beautiful locally produced handcrafts, jewellery, homewares, food, gifts and clothing, plus plenty of free entertainment for the whole family including face painting, bouncy castle, sing-a-long carols, kids Christmas show and, of course, a special visit from Santa. Come along this Saturday, December 7 from 3-8pm at the CWA Hall and surrounding Beerwah Tower Green on Simpson Street, Beerwah.
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The traffic signals will seamlessly direct cars to cross from the left side of the road carriageway to the right as they go over the interchange, then switch back to the left. The decision to use this DDI approach reduced the clearing of the Beerwah State Forest from 24 hectares down to only eight hectares. And thereâ€™s more to come. Over the next 12 months, the project team says it will progressively construct and open other components of the interchange, which will include a number of changes to the entry and exit lanes to and from the highway. It is expected - weather permitting - that the DDI will be fully functional in late 2020. To see more about the project, take a look at the Transport and Main Roads project webportal www.tmr.qld.gov.au/brucehwycaloundra2sunshinemwy. It has a link to a great fly-over video showing the final road system and how it will operate.
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The Glass House Mountains Quarry Collective is a new recently formed group of individuals from all walks of life who care about their local community and have a range of interests including land care, animal care, protection of natural heritage, and environmental and historical care. Group spokesperson Megan Standring said the group was "not looking to see the quarry close". "However, we are interested in there being transparency and openness between Hanson Glasshouse Quarry and the local community," Megan said. “With an ever-growing local population, we see that careful and thoughtful decisions need to be made for the benefit of all.” On Monday, November 11 a meeting was held with representatives of Hanson Glasshouse Quarry's public relations company CPR, Cr Rick Baberowski and members of the collective at the yarning circle on the Tibrogargan track. Megan said a range of issues were tabled including the safety and comfort of the community and its visitors in relation to the movement of quarry trucks through Glass House Mountains, with new housing developments and increased tourists and visitors to the area potentially increasing risks. “There is also concern over a future increase in the tonnage the quarry may want to produce and the impacts that could have," she said.
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“The corner of Coonowrin Road and Old Gympie Road is a turning hotspot, and the collective members were pleased to hear that after 15 months of discussions with Hanson, Cr Baberowski informed us that the intersection will be upgraded. “This is extremely good from a safety view point and will be beneficial for the truck drivers when this work is completed." Megan said that recently the quarry's blast intensities "have been a real bone of contention", particularly for residents who live close to the quarry. “Despite Hanson arranging a fairly comprehensive presentation by their blasting company, Orica, with much data tabled, the interpretations and experiences of local community of the blast noise and vibration differs from the data," she said. “The fragility of Mt Coonowrin worries many of the collective’s members and preserving the cultural significance and heritage-listed Glass House Mountains should be a priority for all industry and community members. “A previous geological report highlights some potential weakness in Coonowrin and the consulting company CPR intend to further examine this report with the view of a further investigation by the relevant government department," Megan said. Local residents who would like to make contact with the collective can email firstname.lastname@example.org or join the group on Facebook by searching Quarry Collective.
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7 July 1931 - 12 November 2019 A true legend of Glasshouse Country, Ivon was well known to locals and visitors alike for his years of tireless service volunteering at the Glass House Mountains Visitor Information Centre and his "damn good fruit cake", as well as his wellreceived book, ‘The National Heritage Listed Glasshouse Mountains’, now in its third edition. A funeral service was held at Gregson & Weight Caloundra on Friday, November 22 attended by family, friends and neighbours as well as fellow volunteers from the visitor information centre and elected representatives from the area - Division 1 councillor Rick Baberowski, state Member for Glass House Andrew Powell and federal Member for Fisher Andrew Wallace. Friend and book collaborator Roger Reilly and Mr Wallace both gave heartfelt tributes to Ivon and his passion and pride for the local area and community, praising his considerable achievements with the book. Ivon was born Edward Ivon Northage on July 7, 1931. In 1992, Ivon and his family moved to Glass House Mountains and in 2002 Ivon started volunteering with Sunshine Coast tourist information centres. Ivon will be remembered for his huge pride in Australia and the Glasshouse Country region and for his legacy in leaving his terrific book on all aspects of the heritage listed Glass House Mountains.
During his reign as the king of visitor information, he was called on to provide informative and training talks to volunteers and council staff at different centres and also to various school and community groups. He was especially interested in the geology of the mountains with a great passion for the topic and was thrilled when the Glass House Mountains were National Heritage listed in 2006. Armed with numerous pages of handwritten notes and utilising an old laptop, Roger and Ivon set to work compiling and formatting Ivon’s years of research, with the first edition of the book published in March 2018. Just before Ivon died, the third edition was printed. Roger said Ivon wanted to make sure the last edition of the book was as accurate as he could make it. “This was the nature of the man - he needed to see accuracy, consistency and loved the formality of the research and he also cared deeply about the visitors, the mountains and the Glasshouse Country where he lived.” Roger said Glasshouse Country had lost one of its finest advocates, and while there were many such people, Ivon was the longest serving and most consistent supporter and promoter of the National Heritage listed Glass House Mountains.
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After a couple of decades helping oversee the Beerburrum Hall, its hirers and history, tireless community volunteer and Beerburrum local Helen Manson has decided to hang up her hat. Her years of service and dedication were honoured recently at the Beerburrum Hall’s community Christmas event. GC&M News thought it would be wonderful to find out a little more about Helen and her involvement with the Beerburrum School of Arts Association over the years. Q: Can you tell us about yourself and your involvement in the Beerburrum area? A: My family moved to Beerburrum from Brisbane in 1973, which was the best decision ever made. Six months after I took up residence here, I was offered a job at the local school. I was the very first aide to be employed at Beerburrum School where I worked as a library aide. I also taught students swimming, with departmental approval, at our local motel at the time called The Woodbadge Motel, which back then had a 20m pool. I worked at the school for about 13 years. I also taught swimming in Glasshouse Mountains, Beerwah, Peachester and Maleny, and my children swam for the Caboolture Swimming Club and I did some refereeing. For the past 30 years I have been a Justice of the Peace, which I love. Q: What other work have you been involved with? A: For many years I was the secretary/manager of the Ashgrove RSL and when I retired I volunteered to help people with their tax returns for many years. I have also been involved for many years as a director at Glasshouse Country Care.
Q: When did you first get involved at Beerburrum Hall? What did you do? A: Like many other residents I served on both the School P&C and Beerburrum Hall committees. I also taught ladies fitness at our beautiful hall. All in all, I’d say I’ve been involved in some way with the hall for more than 25 years. Over the years, community members have always volunteered their time towards the cleaning, grounds and Helen Manson receives a plaque to acknowledge her maintenance of the hall – their contribution to the Beerburrum Hall from Ron Ratcliffe generosity and community spirit has kept the hall running. Q: What types of events was the hall used for and Q: How long have you been involved with the hall has this changed over the years? committee (second time round)? What has that involved? A: While I was involved with the school I started an annual beauty contest, which was held at the A: I have been committee treasurer for the hall for hall. Businesses would pay $10 to nominate a the past few years and have helped raise funds I female and the judges, who were TV and radio never thought we would have. Hirers would call personalities, would select the winner. That event me if they wanted to hire the hall and I always eventually became too big for Beerburrum Hall made sure the hall was left clean and tidy for the so we ended up having it at the Caboolture Civic next hirer. Centre. The hall was also used every year for the Q: How has the community benefitted from the Melbourne Cup and the school would hire the hall hall? for events, especially the Christmas one. A: The hall is also used for Beerburrum I remember the very first Melbourne Cup event community meetings, weddings, birthday I attended not long after I moved to the area parties and any other celebrations. Many years and walking up the road to get to the hall being ago the hall was used for dances, which were followed by a line of ducks! In more recent times very popular. Volunteers have helped keep the we were heavily involved with the Adopt A Digger grass mowed and the yard clean and tidy. For project and the Beerburrum Soldier Settlement years anything to do with the community was Centenary celebrations. celebrated or took place at the hall.
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Croquet president retires
Contributed by Ken Barker After 22 years of sterling service in the role of president of the Range Croquet Club, Vince Carbery retired as club president at the club’s recent AGM. During that time he has undertaken a range of activities including mentoring and coaching new players, refereeing games, maintaining the lawns and generally helping the club. Along with his wife Val he managed both the interclub and intraclub tournaments. The senior player of the club for many years, Vince is a stalwart of the interclub pennants team (the Lochwood Shield) and won it in 2003 when he and Val were the only representatives in that division, winning the sporting team of the year in the Maleny sporting awards by doing so. In the term of Vince’s presidency, our club has either alone or in combination with other small clubs, won the Lochwood Shield seven times a great achievement for a small club. Vince has excellent links with the broader Maleny community having been a teacher at Maleny State School for many years. He is, or has been, active in many other organisations - Meals on Wheels, Navy Cadets, helping at the River School and officiating in the poultry section at the annual Maleny Show. Vince leaves the club presidency to spend more time with his family. Sarah Widin, his successor, will be happy to have his help and guidance as he moves into the positions of vice president and assistant to the club captain. If he had been hoping for rest it seems he’ll still be pretty busy with the club, where his wry sense of humour will continue to be welcome along with advice and assistance with everything from the lawns to the playing of a particular shot. Grateful thanks from club members go to Vince for his help, guidance and friendship along with best wishes for the future. Vince and Val receiving a token of the club members’ appreciation from Sarah Widin (centre) at the AGM
Performance poetry book for everyone
Maleny poet and storyteller ‘Irish’ Joe Lynch has just had his collection of poems and illustrations published. Released at the end of last month, ‘An Seánchaí, The Storyteller’ is full of poetry bursting with romance, beauty and vivid colour. Joe said being born in County Cork, an area steeped in the ancient Celtic art of storytelling and music, he was influenced by the great Irish poets like WB Yeats and Oscar Wilde to create his very own unique brand of spoken word or performance poetry. “This book contains poems of passion, fire and wonder, romance and intrigue as well as hope and inspiration,” Joe said. Having made Australia his home, Joe has continued to travel extensively performing his stories and poems at major Australian music festivals like Woodford and the National Folk Festival. Joe’s book is available at Rosetta’s Books, Maleny. For more information visit www.irishjoelynch.com.
Maleny Printmakers' Feathers of the Forest
Make sure you visit the Mary Cairncross Discovery Centre theatrette to see the beautiful Feathers of the Forest exhibition hosted by Maleny Printmakers. Inspired by the diverse range of birds attracted to the rainforest in the Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve, the exhibition showcases an assortment of the birds as interpreted by 12 local independent printmaking artists. The works will showcase beauty and design in an array of original hand-printed fine art prints in a variety of colours, styles and sizes. Artists will be onsite each weekend during the exhibition, which is open Monday-Friday from 10am–2pm and weekends from 10am–4pm. If you fall in love with something, why not add to your collection? All artwork is available for purchase, starting from as little as $30. Entry to the exhibition is free and it runs until Sunday, December 15.
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Thyroid disease such as Hashimoto’s thyroiditis can be incredibly confusing and frustrating, especially when you’re trying to figure out the step-by-step action plan that will work best for you. Kaz from Soulqi understands that the modern healthcare environment can be hard to navigate, especially with so much conflicting advice. She believes that if people can understand the main difference between the standard approach and the integrative approach to treating this disease that this may offer guidance towards reducing symptoms and allowing people to get their lives back on track. Kaz says many conventional physicians check only for serum thyroid status and often fail to check for serum thyroid antibodies. The conventional approach (most often used by endocrinologists and family practice physicians) adopts a wait-and-see approach, which involves testing of TSH and free T4 levels until eventually levels become abnormal and thyroid medication is prescribed often indefinitely. Kaz offers an alternative approach that integrates education, dietary guidance and lifestyle changes. She advocates for a course of acupuncture, Chinese herbs and supplementation. “Diet is perhaps one of the most effective ways to address immune function and treat Hashimoto’s and certain supplements can also be used to potentially improve thyroid disease and bolster the immune system. Stress reduction and evaluation of gut function is also important,” Kaz said. If you’d like to find out more, Kaz has posted helpful and informative information on her Soulqi Acupuncture and Massage Facebook page. Otherwise give her a call on 5439 0094 and take charge of your health today.
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Keeping healthy and happy over the holidays Christmas is a joyous time to gather with family and friends to celebrate what is important in life. Also, for many, the lead up to Christmas can be a busy time, leaving us feeling rushed and stressed. On top of our regular daily routines, we’re preparing for Christmas in multiple ways – food, holidays, guests, presents. Denese Brookes, owner of The Healthy Guru, says that actively maintaining your health at this time of year is really important and while it can seem obvious to do so, sometimes our self-care needs a little more attention. “Taking time to slow down and enjoy this time of year is easier said than done but it’s important to occasionally stop and take some time, re-gather your thoughts and remind ourselves to enjoy this time of year,” Denese said. “Something as simple as stopping and focussing on breath can help with the feeling of becoming overwhelmed.” To avoid taking on too much of a mental load, Denese encourages communicating with family and friends and delegating tasks where possible. By not taking on too many extra tasks, it can be a much more enjoyable time of year for everyone. “This time of year is often tiring for the whole family,
with many feeling a bit drained from a big year,” she said. “We stock a wide range of natural supplements that can help the whole family.” To help with stress and tiredness, The Healthy Guru has a large range of supplements, including magnesium for relaxing muscles and traditional Chinese formulas that can assist with feelings of anxiety and stress. The Fusion and Herbs of Gold range are some of the store’s best sellers. To help maintain a healthy nervous system, it’s important to replenish b-vitamins as these get used up by stress on the body. Denese also says vitamin C is one of the most underrated vitamins for helping manage symptoms and overall health and, with much anticipation, she has recently stocked a range of wild vitamin C products. The team at The Healthy Guru would love to help make your busy Christmas run that little bit smoother, and are happy to chat to you about products or services that can help you enjoy this Christmas. While you’re in store, check out their wide range of gift options and, of course, Guru vouchers, and take care of your Chrissy shopping by giving the gift of health this Christmas.
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When your child has diabetes
By Sonia Clark Students at Peachester State School donned blue on Thursday, November 14 to raise awareness for World Diabetes Day and to bolster their support for students with type 1 diabetes, Sam McIntyre and Liam Wild. The boys’ mums, Nicole McIntyre and Kylie Wild, shared some of their insights about what it was like to be the parent of a child with type 1 diabetes, as well as highlighting the importance of monitoring the vital 4T early signs of diabetes - toilet, tired, thirsty, thinner. Nicole said when Sam started prep at four years of age he had already been diagnosed with diabetes for two years and was hypo-unaware, which meant he could not tell when his blood sugar was too low (hypoglycaemia) and he would become unconscious and at times had seizures. Sam is now at the end of year 6 and Nicole is pleased that he no longer has unconscious episodes at school and, remarkably, Sam’s time at school has been reasonably uneventful. “Many people do not understand the challenges that face a child with type 1 diabetes. If their blood sugar level (BSL) drops too low they have a hypo, which causes the brain to shut down ultimately resulting in becoming unconscious and in some, having seizures. "If their BSL becomes too high they become really thirsty, nauseated, start vomiting and, if prolonged, can lapse into a coma,” Nicole said. Diabetes has not made life easy for Sam but since he was so young when diagnosed it has put him in the unique position of being able to support other kids when they have been diagnosed, including most recently Liam Wild who was in prep when diagnosed last year. Kylie said that when Liam was first diagnosed it was such an overwhelming time for the family trying to get their heads around counting carbs and checking BSLs - including through the night. Now, 18 months later, Kylie is amazed at how far they have come and how much they have learnt about managing the auto-immune disease. "Some days are tough and some days are victorious but we are blessed to live in an area with such a great support network through school, friends and family,” Kylie said. Nicole said they had been privileged to experience the generosity and support of the Peachester school staff, students and families and the bravery and friendship of fellow students with diabetes such as Liam. For that she and her family are eternally grateful.
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You can find something for everyone at Sunshine Coast Libraries these school holidays. At Beerwah Library kids can enjoy themed create station craft activities including Harry Potter, Treehouse and Minecraft themes, as well as Sphero robotics, stop-go animation and more. Book into a session via the library website. Young bookworms are also encouraged to participate in the Sunshine Coast Libraries summer reading program this December and January. All young people aged 0-18 years can get involved to keep up the reading bug over summer. Littlies that rely on mum and dad for their reading are included. There are fantastic prizes to the value of $100 to be won. The more days you read, the more entries you get! Reading this summer is not just for kids. Adults can find many interesting displays promoting different reading options or ask a staff member for some suggestions. New to the library is the '117th Storey Treehouse' by Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton, 'Quantum' by Patricia Cornwell, and 'Life: selected writings' by Tim Flannery. Visit the library for more new titles. Whether you are struggling to access an eBook, puzzled by social media or upgraded to a new device that you are not sure what to do with, the staff at Beerwah Library can help. Tech time drop-in sessions run Monday and Friday. Bring your own device or use the computers provided. For all the details and to find out what’s free at your local library visit our website: library.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au, or subscribe to the library eNews to stay up-to-date.
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New chapter for local family-owned jewellers In 2020 Jim and Sandra Goulton, owners of Maleny and Beerwah Jewellers, will celebrate 20 years of business. With this significant milestone comes a new chapter for the local family-owned jewellers as they have decided to consolidate their business into one store. With the lease on the Beerwah store coming up for renewal and after careful thought and consideration, the couple have decided to close the Beerwah business and focus on the Maleny store where they hope to entice their clients to come up the hill and be cared for at their Maple Street store in the new year. Sandra said it was coming up to five years since the business started operating in Beerwah and it had been a wonderful opportunity to get to know the Glasshouse Country locals, extend their business model and share their love of all things shiny, sparkly and gorgeous as well as offering Jim’s immensely creative talents in design, remodelling and repair work. Working between both stores the couple had to juggle their family and work commitments and after careful consideration they decided to focus all their energy on their Maleny business to give them more time with their family and to allow them to fully concentrate on one business. “We feel this will be a wonderfully positive new chapter for our business that will be great for us as a family and even better for our clients as we will be able to invest all our energy into one store. As a creative, Jim will have more time to do what he loves, which is to create unique, bespoke and one-off designs, and not be running between two stores means he’ll have more time on the bench,“ Sandra said.
The award-winning businesses are part of the Showcase Jewellers group and earlier this year Sandra and Jim were thrilled to be named finalists in the group's 2019 Retailer of the Year award. With over 200 stores throughout Australia and New Zealand, the couple were one of only three finalists, which marked a significant achievement and wonderful validation of their work and customer focus.
“One of the big advantages of belonging to the Showcase Jewellers group is that we can offer competitive prices because of their combined buying power. We select all our pieces and this is great for our clients as we have some absolutely stunning pieces at surprisingly affordable prices,” Sandra said. She wanted to let their Beerwah clients know that all the Beerwah team would be joining them at the Maleny store. “We’d love our Beerwah clients to come up and spend some time with us at our Maleny store. There is so much to see and do, as well as great coffee and some amazing shops and cafés if you feel like making a day of it,” she said. Jim and Sandra are childhood sweethearts who met when they were both at Maleny High School. The couple have been together since they were 16 years old and as well as running awardwinning businesses have three children who also attend school in Maleny. Jim is also an awardwinning jeweller and said the refocussing of their business model will allow him to concentrate more on his design work. “I am looking forward to having more quality family time, as well as more time to explore my creativity as an in-house jeweller. I love being able to channel my inspiration into creating pieces that beautifully incorporate metals and precious stones together artistically and uniquely,” Jim said. Keep an eye out for some incredible closing store specials. For more details visit www.malenyjewellers.com.au.
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Support a Reader volunteers Contributed by Deb Lawrence Beerwah State School staff and students would like to acknowledge our wonderful team of Support a Reader volunteers for their dedicated assistance throughout 2019. Would you like to share your love of reading and volunteer 1-2 hours a week at Beerwah State School in 2020? A Support a Reader volunteer assists individual children with their reading and engages with them to build their confidence and enjoyment of books and the art of reading.
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Cooking up a big thank you Peachester State School students had their last cook-up for the year last week as part of their prestigious Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden program. A special feast was prepared by the students to thank all the community and parent volunteers of 2019. The volunteers help keep the school special and, like all schools small or large, the school cannot survive without them. The school thanked its P&C members,
fundraisers and helpers of book club, tuckshop, reading, home reader books, kitchen volunteers, garden volunteers, enviro club volunteers, sports and music transporters, uniform helpers, stocktake, friends and mentors to the children when in need. Community members interested in volunteering at the school next year in any of these programs can call the office on 5439 5111 before the end of school term.
Contributed by Cindy Schwenn Sylph Circus Maleny will present an end of year show, The Big Game, a 1980s tongue-in-cheek high school basketball story told in their own crazy form of circus storytelling. See amazing youth slam dunk in dazzling displays of aerial acrobatics, rally with their dynamite kids cheer squad and go crazy to your favourite '80s hits! Join us from 7pm on Saturday, December 7 for a family fun-filled circus evening at Maleny High School hall. You can buy tickets online at www.sylphcircus.com, or you can buy tickets on the night.
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Couny Couny ristmas ristmas GiftGift Guide Guid Glass House Mountains 2020 calendar Support the Rotary Club of the Glass House Mountains by purchasing one of their great 2020 calendars for just $7.50 at various outlets including Matilda Fruit Barn, as well as newsagents in Beerwah, Glass House, Landsborough and Mooloolah. If you have trouble obtaining a copy give Ilia Starkovsky a call on 0437 030 432.
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'The Magic of Mary Cairncross – A Celebration of Art and Nature' This wonderful hardback book with original artwork and fascinating information about the rainforest would make a great gift for a nature lover! You can buy a copy from the Mary Cairncross Discovery Centre and at Rosetta’s Books in Maleny. $59.99
Get behind the great work by the Lions Club of the Blackall Range to create their 2020 photographic calendar. Priced at only $5 it can be purchased at the Mapleton and Montville Post Offices, Sweet and Flour Bakery Mapleton, The Barn on Flaxton and Monty’s of Montville.
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These tasty treats are an important fundraising project for Lions Clubs in Australia with money raised donated to projects that benefit the community locally, nationally or internationally. Christmas cake 1.5kg $17 and 1kg $13 Christmas pudding 900gm $13 Thanks to the Lions Clubs of Maleny, Mooloolah Valley and the Blackall Ranges Christmas cakes are for sale at: Landsborough Post Office
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Emma Oxley and Marcia Smith of Ray White Maleny Ray White Beerwah is also participating and will donate the presents under its tree to local families that they have identified in need. Simply bring your wrapped present into the Ray White office in Maple Street, Maleny or in Simpson Street, Beerwah and pop it under the tree and help spread the Christmas cheer to locals in need.
Preparation is under way for the 2019 Glasshouse Country Community Carols at the Beerwah Sportsgrounds on Saturday, December 14. Don’t forget to mark it on your calendar now. The entertainment starts at 4.30pm with performances by Masterpiece Dance, musicians, acrobats, bands as well as lots of free activities and rides for the kids. There will be a diverse range of delicious budget-priced eat-street style food available and bring along your blankets and chairs. There will be three choirs led by vocal conductor Brian Martin and supported by talented musicians and bands, which will set the scene for some truly awesome interactive entertainment. The grand finale promises to be very special and heart warming with a touch of Aussie character. A highlight will be the spectacular laser light show sponsored by All in One Fitness Centre.
Every year, Ray White offices around the country are invited to take part in the Little Ray of Giving, which collects presents to donate to those doing it tough at Christmas. Ray White Maleny has once again partnered with the Maleny Neighbourhood Centre and will collect donations from December 2-22 to be distributed by the neighbourhood centre at its annual Christmas Day breakfast. The gifts can be for any age or gender and all they ask is that the present is wrapped with a note attached giving a short description of the items and the age group and gender it is suited to.
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Maleny Uniting Church will be filled with beautifully decorated Christmas trees again this year as part of its annual Christmas tree festival. The theme this year is ‘Old becomes new at Christmas’, which will surely be a sight to behold. Community members, schools, businesses and interest groups will come together to fill the church with more than 35 trees, flexing their decorating muscles. The event inspires both young and old to enjoy the spirit of Christmas, encouraging everyone to reflect on their own meaning of Christmas. The success of previous years, with close to 1000 people visiting each year, proves it is a Christmas activity not to miss. Kids can enjoy the play zone where they can colour in pictures, play with puzzles and dress up as Mary and Joseph in Bethlehem 2,000 years ago. You can visit the festival from December 19–23 from 2–8pm and on Christmas Eve from 2–7pm. There will be plenty of parking and while entry is free, gold coin donations are welcome, with all proceed going to the Maleny Hospital Auxiliary. Maleny Uniting Church is located at 1284-1290 LandsboroughMaleny Road. Its Christmas Eve service is at 7pm and the Christmas Day service is at 8.30am.
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s w e N s a m t s i rs w e N s a m t s i r Experience a vintage Christmas at Bankfoot House
This holiday season, experience a time gone by and reminisce about what Christmas would have been like for three generations of the family who called Bankfoot House home for 134 years. The free Christmas at Bankfoot House exhibition, opening on November 30 and continuing until January 31, showcases special festive objects previously held in the remarkable heritage collection store. As a part of the exhibition you can hear Christmas carols from the 1920s played on the pianola, see the original Bankfoot House Christmas card collection with unique handwritten cards dating from as early as 1891, family Christmas photos and the dining room set for Christmas lunch with serving wear from the collection. In addition to the exhibition, Bankfoot House will host a special, one-off live radio play performance of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol' on Friday, December 13 from 4pm. The Drama Merchant will bring this holiday classic to life as a live 1940s radio broadcast, complete with vintage commercials, costumes, props, musical underscoring and the magic of live sound effects. This fun, interactive performance will have you brimming with Christmas cheer, singing your favourite carols or participating with the cast as a sound effects artist.
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A Sherlock Holmes Christmas story will also be included in this 90-minute family show. Free tours of Bankfoot House and the Mary Grigor Centre will be available from 4pm with the show starting at 6pm. Food and drinks will be available. Tickets for the show are $12.50 each or $40 for a group of four (family or friends). Tickets are available from https://heritage.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au/ Programs-and-Events/A-Christmas-Carol. Bankfoot House is open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10am–3pm and closed on public holidays. It is located at 1998 Old Gympie Road on the way to the Glass House Mountains lookout.
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s w e N s a m ts i r With food insecurity on the rise across Queensland, local Woolies customers are being asked to support this year’s Woolworths OzHarvest Christmas appeal. The aim is to raise $1 million to support Australian families at a time that sees increased pressure on household budgets. This Christmas to support those in need Woolworths Beerwah and Maleny customers are being asked to purchase a 50 cent meal token to help provide a meal for the one in five people in Queensland who have experienced food insecurity in the past 12 months. Through the appeal, and supplemented by regular donations of fresh produce from Woolworths stores nationally, Woolworths fresh food rescue partner, OzHarvest, aims to deliver meals to more than 238 charitable agencies across Queensland and help ease the ever-increasing need around the country. By buying a 50 cent dinner plate token at the register of any Woolworths store or online between now and December 24, customers will be able to help OzHarvest provide a meal for an Aussie in need.
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The kindness of Maleny locals has shone through with a wonderful response to the call for donations of preloved handbags/cloth shopping bags filled with toiletries to be dropped off at Imelda’s on Maple and Simply Stylish for the farmers of the Granite Belt. Donations are still being accepted until December 11. Just fill a bag with toiletries such as shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, feminine hygiene products, or shaving cream, aftershave, men’s deodorant, maybe a chocolate or two and, most important of all, a hand-written card expressing your love and caring thoughts for a lovely lady or lad. Thanks also to Maleny Dairies, which has come on board and donated a family pass with each of these care bags. You can also drop donation bags at Maleny Dairies if that is more convenient for you.
Saturday, December 7 Christmas cheer The Sunshine Coast Concert Band presents Christmas cheer at 2pm in the Kawana Community Hall, Nanyima Street, Buddina. An afternoon of top entertainment with a great variety of music and talented vocalists under the baton of music director Ken Chadwick OAM. Tickets are $15 available at the door and include afternoon tea. For all future events with the Sunshine Coast Concert Band visit the website at www.sccb.org.au. Friday–Sunday, December 6-8 Christmas concert The Caloundra Chorale and Theatre Company (CCTC) will hold three Christmas concerts, conducted by Maleny’s Kim Kirkman, at the CCTC Theatre, 3 Piringa St, Wurtulla. Come along as they spread Christmas cheer and goodwill with traditional carols, some cheeky numbers and beautifully moving songs telling the Christmas story. Shows will be on at 7pm on Friday, and 2pm on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets are adults $22, concession $20, groups and members $18 and children $10. For bookings phone 0490 329 912. Sunday, December 8 Celebration of Christmas concert The Sunshine Coast Choral Society will perform their afternoon concert featuring beautiful music by composers JS Bach and GF Handel from 2pm. The concert will be held at the Gregson & Weight chapel, 119 Wises Road, Maroochydore. Tickets, available at the door, are adults $25 and students $15, with refreshments served at interval. Friday, December 13 Christmas concert The Maleny Singers will perform at the Maleny RSL Hall from 6.30pm. Join them to celebrate the start of the Christmas season and enjoy singing along to popular festive hits and the carols you know. Entry is free and donations will be requested for a local charity.
Maleny Singers prepare for the Christmas concert Sunday, December 15 Maleny Christmas concert Maleny's Inspiration Choir and Caloundra Community Choir will come together to present the joy of Christmas at 4pm in the Maleny State School hall. This festive choral concert has a variety of new and classic Christmas songs and carols complete with audience singalongs and guest artists. Tickets are $15 (under 16 years free) and available at the door or online at www.trybooking.com/BGPFE.
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Christmas carols and movie night
Where: Beerburrum State School Time: 4.30-8.30pm This free fun night for the whole family will be held on the school’s parade area with a surprise Christmas movie. There will be a sausage sizzle, soft drinks, poppers, popcorn, fairy floss and ice cream for sale. Arrive by 4.30pm for the Christmas carols followed by games where everyone can win a prize. Be sure to wear your most festive outfit and have a jolly good time
Glasshouse Mountains Christmas Party
Where: Glasshouse Mountains Neighbourhood Centre, Uniting Park (opposite the Post Office) Time: 5–7pm Glasshouse Mountains Info: Neighbourhood Centre Enjoy a barbeque dinner with your neighbours as well as plenty of great live music, market stalls, Christmas carols and a special visit from Santa
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Reesville Road Christmas party
Where: Manfred's Wood and Antique Shop, 460 Reesville Road Time: from sundown Bring some finger food to share and your own drinks and chairs. Coffee and tea provided
Community Carols by Candlelight
Where: Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 295 Witta Rd, Witta Time: 7-8 pm Bring your own illumination (candles/torch), chair or rug, and your best singing voice. If wet it will be held inside the small church building
Christmas Tree Festival
Time: 2pm – 8pm each day except Christmas Eve 2pm – 7pm Where: Maleny Uniting Church, 1284-1290 Landsborough Maleny Rd Info: www.malenyuniting.com.au or facebook See story page 18
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Peachester Community Christmas Barbecue
Where: Mooloolah Public Hall, 42 Bray Road Time: 8am-1pm Mooloolah Valley Info: Community Centre Lots of stalls indoors and outdoors, Christmas gifts, something for everyone
Glasshouse Country community carols
Where: Beerwah Sportsground, 32 Sports Ground Drive, Beerwah Time: 4.30–8.30pm Glasshouse Info: Country Community Carols See story on page 18
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The annual Maleny Agricultural Show will be held on Friday and Saturday, May 29-30, 2020. As has been common practice for many years, Friday will be a public holiday for residents and businesses in the area previously recognised as Caloundra City Council. Organising and preparing the grounds for your show is a major project and a large number of dedicated volunteers are involved. In preparation for the 2020 show we will be making many changes and improvements to the grounds and also to the show program. Anybody wishing to become a show volunteer will be welcomed into the show family. Involvement can range from helping on a regular or intermittent basis to prepare the ground facilities during the next six months, to assisting as a steward at the show, particularly in the areas of handicrafts, photography and cheese or even volunteering to help with the general running of a successful show. Anyone interested in assisting the show family, or just wanting to find out more about what is involved in running Maleny Show, can contact me on 0428 995 499. All sponsorship, advertising and other general enquiries are very welcome. Winston Johnston President Maleny Show Society
Proposed homemaker centre
As the owner of a local home repair and property maintenance business servicing the hinterland, Beerwah and Glasshouse Country areas for over 10 years, I find the daily struggle to access items to conduct repairs in a timely manner very frustrating. I may need something as simple as a doorhandle, gyprock, cornicing or flooring and the list goes on of items unavailable locally. This means a trip to Bunnings at Morayfield or Caloundra - an hour round trip out of my working time plus time to go in and purchase items. Not to mention vehicle expenses! Obviously if I know what is required for the job I purchase prior with one trip to Bunnings but with callout jobs this is not always a possibility. How do I justify charging the client extra because I have to travel to get his door handle? I would price myself out of the market. I do try to support local businesses but unfortunately they don’t always carry what I need. A one-stop hardware store isn’t going to detrimentally impact on stores that carry limited ranges of items but it certainly will help little local family businesses like myself to operate more effectively and also will provide extensive employment opportunities for people of all ages. Please consider this before you turn away progress. The area is growing and we need more businesses to keep people shopping here. C Donnelly Glass House Mountains
Re: Homemaker centre
Sooner the better! We can’t develop new housing estates enticing young families and not be developing services. I always try to shop local but, I’m sorry, so many items are not available locally. I resent having to travel in traffic to the coast or Brisbane because selection is so limited here. We need to expand to warrant the infrastructure so badly needed. Let’s prove to them we are worth it. J Martin Beerwah
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I was very interested to read in GC&M News (November 27) the comments from local business representatives regarding the proposed homemaker centre in Beerwah. The fracturing of Beerwah began with the development of the Beerwah Marketplace. This was the breakdown of the traditional, country town format. 22
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As a resident for over 30 years I can remember there were empty shops in various parts of town then also. While it might be nice to think that people would drive off Steve Irwin Way "to explore" our town, the reality is that we are just another town with a railway station. We do not have any historic buildings of note and no unique attractions. There are no shops in their original buildings, Wimberley's Drapery is past history and our original community hall is unrecognisable as an historic building. Beerwah is moving forwards with its suburban residential developments and unprecedented high density dwellings. We are no longer a rural country town. We are a commuter town and must supply the needs of an ever growing demographic. If we want our residents to stop going to the coast to shop then we must have a greater diversity of retail outlets right here. No more damage can be done to Beerwah’s image. It has already been done. C Forrester Beerwah
Re: Racing industry
There has been quite uproar about the killing of retired racehorses. Any animal that can't pay its way is, and always has been, treated this way. What else can we do with them? Let them "join the wild bush horses"? The assumed villain, Meramist, is a pet food factory. Pet food only grows on trees on April first. If you or family or friends have a dog or cat, don't complain about where pet food comes from. Better to eat the unusable horses than have the pets kill our remaining wildlife. Of course, the people in the racing industry know what happens to excess stock. It’s part of every business. It's called recycling and has never been considered a dark side. That has only come about by television stations causing a ruckus in a desperate bid for ratings. And when they come up with an "exclusive" report, we know they have paid someone for it, so it's not news, it's just a story, like something you find on Facebook. Dick Francis, who was the Queen Mother's jockey for many years, says in his books that the bolt is absolutely the most humane way to kill an animal as it is high speed, causing an instant, bloodless, painless death. The horse doesn't know what happened. If you want to stop the killing of unwanted horses, start getting rid of the dogs and cats, and get your backyard ready with stables and drinking troughs. Fred Gee Elimbah
Planning for the future
Two letters in the November 20 edition of GC&M News criticised council for “ignoring” questions about the transport levy. Contrary to the points they raised, I have explained the transport levy before, both in GC&M News and at local public meetings. Council also produces a public annual report on how the levy is spent, which is available on the council’s website, in our local libraries or by asking my office. Hardly the secret conspiracy these letters imply. The transport levy does not fund the coast’s regular bus or train routes. That is a state government responsibility (and would cost much, much more than the current levy). The main purpose of the transport levy is to build funds to make a major rail project happen, like the Gold Coast Council did by spending $100 million on its light rail. Some critics repeat that they pay the transport levy and don’t receive many services for it. They’re right – nobody does currently. That’s not its purpose. The money is being saved in a specific fund for when it’s needed to
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make a truly transformational project happen. Given that all of the proposed rail projects (fast, heavy or light) eventually connect to the main line at Beerwah, such a project will be fantastic for Glasshouse Country residents. Smaller amounts are also used on some secondary purposes, for example, upgrading infrastructure like bus stops, providing Flexilink cab services for under-serviced hinterland areas like the PeachesterBeerwah route, and providing council link door-todoor cabs for seniors and people with disabilities. Let’s absolutely have a debate if you think we shouldn’t be doing those things, or that the levy should be increased to take on other projects and services. But let’s drop the bogus accusations of secrecy. Cr Rick Baberowski Sunshine Coast Council
Climate change and bushfires
I agree with Sel Hopley’s sagely point (GC&M News, November 13) that the Sun is the primary driver of our climate and weather. It heats and cools in regular cycles and its output can change substantially over time. Its impact on our climate is measured in tree rings going back thousands of years and has been demonstrated to be a factor in the rise and fall of civilisations going back to antiquity and beyond. Obviously there is a lot of focus currently on CO2 and its alleged impact on our climate, trace gas that it is, but I believe it is a passing scientific fad. Regarding the current bushfire situation and the present crisis, we can only hope focus will increase on the techniques developed by the traditional owners of this place over thousands of years. One of their achievements was to largely prevent catastrophic bushfires. The wildlife would have thanked them. Their fire management practices not only brought on new grass for kangaroos and wallabies but reduced regrowth as documented in Bill Gamage’s book ‘The World’s Greatest Estate’. Many early white fella explorers confronted a savanna/ parkland-like landscape in open country and valleys. The future of the koala and other vulnerable species may hinge on a balance between over-clearing and under-clearing and a reappraisal of state vegetation management laws, current laws in some cases have done more harm than good particularly when it comes to fires. Meanwhile in Europe, a big freeze is coming on and this winter is expected to be the coldest in 130 years. November snow and cold records are already tumbling in America. Many scientists link this to cyclical solar cooling. Jon Woodlands Cambroon
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Living - Music New Country Music Club kicks off this Sunday
By Sonia Clark A brand new Country Music Club will kick off this Sunday and lovers of both types of music - country and western - are encouraged to come along and try the open mike session. Hosted by the Maleny Cultural and Historical Society music group and promoted by local music legend Harvey Bryce, interested performers can just rock up from 12noon-4pm on Sunday, December 8 to the Maleny Pioneer Village to strut, strum or sing their stuff. Harvey said the inaugural event would be basically a walk-up session where people can put their names down on a blackboard to perform. He said a backing band would be available and the new music group was age friendly (aged 10+). “We’ve been running our ukulele club on Mondays and found it was so successful we thought it’d be great to encourage people to come along and try a session with other instruments such as guitars or banjos. It really is all about providing another social gathering opportunity and to be able to listen to and support other artists,” Harvey said. A talented musician who has been playing since the 1960s, Harvey is also well known for his involvement with numerous ukulele events and the Maleny Music Muster. Harvey said he was keen to promote and encourage local talent and for those wanting to learn more, music lessons for beginners were available. This will be a regular monthly event in 2020, to be held on the second Sunday of the month, with light refreshments available. The Maleny Pioneer Village is located in Bryce Lane, Maleny. There are plans to include a barbeque lunch at next year’s sessions. All inquiries to Harvey Bryce on 5494 4220 or 0427 944 220.
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Music Today Music and bushfires
No, they have nothing in common, but given the terror that has been threatening us these last few months even musicians might be talking about what we can do to minimise them continuing. It is being expressed clearly by others who do know what they are talking about - we need to be committing to real support for Indigenous land management and Rural Fire Services, and it means urgent climate action with no new coal, oil or gas projects. We must have 100% renewable energy and exports by 2030, and funding for a just transition and jobs for fossil fuel workers and communities. OK, that seems pretty clear to many, if not most of us, and if plenty of us say it often enough and loud enough it can happen! But what about music and what can musicians do? We can run benefit concerts and will do so (but we always have a bit of a giggle calling on the poorest earners in the world artists - to sponsor these events). So what else can musicians do? Artists have always expressed their grief through the composition of great works. Some of the most powerful and moving pieces we enjoy today came from a place of great pain. As one example, consider Gustav Mahler’s 'Kindertotenleider', composed in 1904 to the poetry of Ruckert. This work can be directly translated as songs on the death of children. It was a theme every parent knew only too well in the period before modern science turned those statistics around. Mahler himself lost eight of his siblings during childhood and his own daughter died at four. So yes, we can commission our artists to create work inspired by the horror of bushfires. That is what musicians can and should do and we ought to facilitate it happening. It is money well spent. Can we take our music to the scene of the fires? Imagine returning to a site laid low by fire some time later and commemorating what died there with fitting music - a peace offering to the earth. And perhaps we are ready to recognise that what died there provided the opportunity for the birth of something new. Out of every end there is a beginning. Ultimately, do these experiences bring us closer together as a community? Are they also important for helping us truly value the love we have deep inside for our fellow human beings? Mahler’s last song in his cycle is called 'What Love Tells Me'. Musically he is saying to us that death is powerful but love is even stronger. Michael has a recording studio in Peachester. If you would like to find out more contact him on 0419 026 895 or E: email@example.com
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Elected Representatives MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR! 2019 has been a big year for our region and our community continues to be central to everything council does - whether it’s working to preserve our beautiful natural environment or supporting the development of a stronger economy. Over the holiday season, take the time to get out and enjoy our region’s fantastic attractions, like our beaches and waterways, aquatic centres, art galleries and museums, parks and environmental reserves, walking and bike riding trails.
School holiday fun Council has your school holiday fun sorted – head to our website for all the details. • Swap screen time for green time – our top trails for kids at Adventure Sunshine Coast. • Get creative at the Caloundra Regional Gallery. • Stories are everywhere, just waiting to be discovered. Join Sunshine Coast Libraries Summer Reading Club and explore as many stories as you can over the school holidays. • Come along to school holiday fun at the Maroochy Regional Bushland Botanic Gardens.
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31 December – New Year’s Eve Welcome in the New Year at one of the fantastic community events happening at Mooloolaba, Coolum or Caloundra. With fireworks shows, free family-friendly entertainment and music, there will be something for all ages to enjoy. For more details, including traffic and transport information, visit council’s website.
Council hours Council’s customer contact counters and reception desks will be closed on Friday, December 27. You will still be able to contact council via phone, web chat, email and web call back on that day. The counters and reception desks will reopen on Monday, December 30.
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Community carols The Glasshouse Country Community Carols come to town on Saturday, December 14. Entertainment starts at 4.30pm with musicians and dance, then the carols stage show starts at 6.30pm. The carols are organised by the Landsborough School of the Arts Memorial Hall and proudly sponsored by council. With last year’s carols cancelled due to weather, everyone is anticipating this year’s event, so dress in your festive finest, grab a picnic blanket, pack some chairs, and gather your family and friends to attend this free community event.
Cribb Street Placemaking Streetscape It was a great pleasure to attend the Cribb Street Placemaking Streetscape launch on Friday, November 8. The $3.6 million Landsborough placemaking project is a strategically important project and the community (over 800 of them) has been brilliantly on the front foot, working collaborative with council’s placemaking team. This council placemaking project will ensure our fabulous country town of Landsborough continues to be a great residential community while becoming a stronger destination for both locals and visitors alike.
Rubber hits the road Each year, about 450,000 tonnes of tyres are disposed of across Australia. Sadly, only 9% of these are currently being recycled. I am pleased to announce that as part of its road reseal program, council is trialling a new technique using recycled tyres in the maintenance of roads across the region. The first road to trial this new technique is the Beerburrum-Woodford Road, Beerburrum. How does it work? We take a crumb rubber binder made from 100% recycled Australian tyres and mix this with bitumen and asphalt for use in spray sealing and asphalt works. It’s fantastic to be able to improve our road network with recycled products.
Kids' holiday activities With the fantastic variety of great playgrounds in Division 1, we are spoilt for choice! Just to name a few, we have the amazing Turner Park in Beerwah with its new and unique design, 8.5m tall multi-level play tower, shelters, toilets and barbecue area. This playground has something for most age groups. The Skippy Park playground in Landsborough includes new balance logs in the nature play area, climbing net, sand top up and new turf. Another amazing playground fairly recently upgraded is Pioneer Park, an all-abilities playground at Landsborough. Also keep tuned for news on stages five and six of the Glass House Mountains District Park due for completion in December.
State Member for Caloundra Beerwah and District RSL Sub Branch thank community for supporting bid for new home
Earlier this year I was proud to make a $2,000 donation to the men and women of the Beerwah and District RSL Sub Branch and help them launch their fundraiser for the final monies required to build a new facility to run their programs. I first met with the sub branch in October 2017 to discuss the difficulties they faced but it was clear at the time that members had not lost their spirit or enthusiasm for the important work of supporting veterans and their families. The sub branch secured a parcel of land at the Beerwah Sportsground complex and in early 2019 were on the home stretch of raising the final funds needed to allow construction of a suitable premises and connection to electricity and water. In September the sub branch learned they had been successful in their grant application from the Gambling Community Benefit Fund round 101 to the tune of $20,335. This grant coupled with the significant community support shown over the past few months has seen the sub branch reach their fundraising target. I spoke with president John Nesbitt about reaching their target and what would come next. Here's what he told me: “First, I want to thank everyone in the Beerwah and the greater Sunshine Coast community for their ongoing help and support of our fundraising efforts. Funds raised through our sales of badges, donations and Bunnings barbeques have increased significantly since the community were made aware of our plans to construct a new shed. “To update the community on the next steps of the sub branch since the grant was received: The grant was taken in under the Beerwah Sportsground Management Committee because we are not incorporated. They will oversee the building process through the management of the grant funds. “Now that we have reached our financial target, a building application has been lodged with the Sunshine Coast Council and we are awaiting approval before we can break ground on the shed. We anticipate that we will receive an answer early in the New Year. “Thank you again for all your support and we will keep the community informed of the progress,” John said. A great outcome for the sub branch with their fundraiser and to those in our community returned service men and women and their families - who will benefit from the programs that will be offered once the shed is built. I will work closely with John and the sub branch to keep the community informed of how this project is progressing.
Season’s greetings As this is my last column for the year, I would like to sincerely wish all residents of Division 1 an absolutely fantastic holiday, good health and my very best wishes for the New Year! Rick.Baberowski@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au www.sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au
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Hinterland Families Outdoor classroom day
Contributed by Tamra Philpot Students at Beerwah State School have been relishing their outdoor classroom and revelled in the annual celebration of the global Outdoor Classroom Day earlier in November. The outdoor classroom has inspired learning in many ways and invoked a sense of wonder for students as they investigate the uniquely stunning rainforest environment. Prep and year 1 students searched for the ingredients to make a wombat stew to create a recipe for the fairies to turn into something scrumptious, chewy and gooey. The fairies visited on a previous outdoor classroom visit and students went for a fairy treasure hunt, finding fairy numbers and items to create a fantastic fairy home. They also learnt the procedure to make fairy toadstools and drank fairy tea in a special tea ceremony. The outdoor classroom has provided a space that promotes inquiry learning and has encouraged their imagination, as students listened to storytelling and spotted the Gruffalo hiding in the bushes! There has also been much problem solving and risk taking as students explore the great outdoors and communicate with their peers as they engage in investigations.
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Bella Grace Beerwah is buzzing with excitement following the delivery of a stingless native beehive ahead of a community donation of an additional two native log hives, which will be gifted to Beerwah State School and Black Wattle Farm. Since April this year the centre has been running a farmer’s market initiative selling local produce to raise funds to buy the hives made locally by Joshua Jeffery. Centre director Kristy Griffiths said that throughout the year, the entire process had been a wonderful learning journey that had helped to strengthened community connection, supported local farming families and shared their sustainability focus with both the centre’s children, their families and the wider community. “The idea for encouraging more habitats for native bees was initially put forward by our children. This initiative has provided us with an exciting learning adventure that has also allowed the opportunity to explore important topics with our children such as sustainability and the importance of bees to our eco systems,” Kristy said. As part of the process, Kristy and other representatives from the centre attended an informative bee care training program facilitated by Sunshine Coast Council, which they found hugely beneficial. Plans are now being finalised to have the donated beehives crane lifted onto location over the coming weeks.
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Noticeboard Bumper book sale
Friends of Maleny Library will hold their final book sale for the year on Saturday, December 7 from 9am-12noon outside the library. Donâ€™t miss the opportunity to fill your own bag for $5 from ex-library stock and donated books. You can even buy CDs and DVDs at bargain prices. The first book sale of 2020 will be held on Saturday, February 1.
Summer book sale Mapleton
The Mapleton Community Library on Obi Obi Road is holding its annual summer book sale and mini-market on Saturday, December 7 from 8am-1pm. Buy a bag for $10 and fill it with magazines, children's books, popular authors and non-fiction books. Phone 5478 5590.
Fix It CafĂŠ
The Maleny Neighbourhood Centre's Fix it CafĂŠ will be open on Thursday, December 12 from
9.30amâ€“2.30pm. Items that can be repaired include bicycles, clothing and small furniture items in exchange for a $5 donation. Items need to be brought in on the day for initial assessment. The Neighbourhood Centre is located at 17 Bicentenary Lane, Maleny. Phone 5499 9345 for more information.
Local AA meeting
If you, a friend or family member is having a problem with alcohol AA may be able to help. AA meetings are held on Sundays from 6.30pm at the Glass House Mountains Neighbourhood Centre, Ryan Street (opposite the Post Office). For more information phone Brian on 0401 817 503 or Troy on 0448 121 286.
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The Christmas party will be held at Landsborough Hotel on Tuesday, December 10 at 10am. In February the group will be going to Bribie Island for a cruise and, if possible, money will be collected at the Christmas party. In November the group's patron had her 96th birthday congratulations. The next Senior Citizens meeting is on Tuesday, February 11.
What's your what-if plan? On Tuesday, December 10 the Glasshouse Country Neighbourhood Watch and Celebrate Glasshouse Country will host a special coffee with a cop session from 2.30â€“3.30pm at the Beerwah Library meeting room.
This month will also feature guest speaker Lynda Fraser, a disaster resilience officer with Sunshine Coast Council. Please rsvp to Maree 0416 175 767 or Judy 0408 445 988 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for catering purposes.
Contributed by Deb Ives We would like to invite you to come along for a morning of festive chat, companionship and celebration of our year-long service to the community on Sunday, December 15 from 10am-12noon at the CWA Hall and grounds in Simpson Street. At 10.30am there will be an informal meeting held for all those interested in being a stallholder, participant, helper and/or volunteer at our Beerwah Tower Green Market events for 2020. Please email email@example.com to RSVP and to be sent an agenda ahead of the morning. Otherwise just turn up with your friends and family. We would love to see you there!
GMAN native plant sale
Christmas is zooming towards us at a great rate and the Glasshouse Mountains Advancement Network (GMAN) has planned the final plant sale of the year on Saturday, December 14 from 8-11am at the Glasshouse Plantation on Glasshouse-Woodford Road. All native tube stock is just $1 each. Come along and bring a box for your goodies. The Koala Rescue Group will also be there with wonderful handmade items just perfect for Christmas presents and stocking fillers. A great opportunity to stop for a coffee or an ice cream at the Plantation CafĂŠ. CONDITIONS: To ensure all community notices can be printed each month please keep your contributions to a maximum of 100 words.
LUTHERAN CHURCH Reed Street, Glass House Mtns
Sunday Worship & Sunday School 9.00am
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Glasshouse Country Uniting Church www.glasshousecountryunitingchurch.org.au 8:25am Sunday â€“ Worship Wed. 9-11am â€“ Playgroup
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CATHOLIC WEEKEND MASSES Saturday 6pm: Peachester Rd, Beerwah - 0409 449 184 Sunday 7am: Caloundra St, Landsborough - 5494 8896 Sunday 9am: 45 Cedar Street, Maleny - 5494 3776
Glasshouse Country Baptist Church 9am Sunday, 58 Roberts Rd Beerwah All welcome! Enquiries: 5494 6354 Midweek craft, kids and youth programs â€“ see gcbcq.org Sunday Services St Maryâ€™s - Montville 7:30 am St Lukeâ€™s - Kenilworth 9:00 am St Georgeâ€™s - Maleny 9:00 am Friends & Neighbours Service at St Georgeâ€™s 3rd Wednesday each month at 9:30am ALL Office (07) 5499 9130 / 0429 073 262 ARE Parish Priest: Rev Jeanette Jamieson WELCOME E: firstname.lastname@example.org www.malenyanglicanparish.com.au 28
From the churches Words to live by
People fear God, afraid of what they will have to give up if they follow Him. Godâ€™s plan for us is pretty clear - He values knowing us and for us to know Him. What may seem strange to many people is that there is actually a path to Heaven. Itâ€™s through accepting Christ. I canâ€™t imagine an anything goes type policy to get into Heaven and I can already hear the question: â€œBut what aboutâ€Ś?â€? There arenâ€™t a bunch of exemptions and clauses, it is so simple. Accept Jesus Christ and live our life in a way that honours God. Reading the Bible and doing what we read is how we live for God. 1. John 3:16 For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life. 2. Jeremiah 29:11 â€œFor I know the plans I have for you,â€? declares the Lord, â€œplans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.â€? 3. Philippians 4:13 I can do everything through Him who gives me strength. DQ$XVWUDOLDQ&KULVWLDQ&KXUFK
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Aaron Jackson Church on the Rise 4. Proverbs 3:5-6 Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight. 5. 1 Corinthians 13:4-7 Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonour others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. 6. Romans 10:9 If you declare with your mouth â€œJesus is Lordâ€? and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved. 7. Philippians 4:6 Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. If you would like more information about living for Jesus contact my office. The Anglican Parish of CALOUNDRA & GLASSHOUSE COUNTRY BEERWAH: Sunday 9am, Mary MacKillop Centre, 160 Peachester Rd MOOLOOLAH: Wednesday 9am, St Thomas, 31 Bray Rd
Office: www.cgca.com.au, (07) 5491 1866 Local contact: The Revâ€™d Tony Halstead, 0455 554 930
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Health &Beauty Do something special with the silly season The silly season is upon us but Catherine Jenkins and Andrew Hoge of Audacious Health are again offering a different approach. They have compiled the 2019 version of their popular festive season calendar.
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Let go of an item you no longer need Plan a new festive season tradition Try a new recipe Forgive someone for something they did Make a gift for someone Have a social media free day Visit a park you’ve never been to Buy/make a gift for an animal Choose a great new habit for 2020
The calendar offers a suggestion for each day of the silly season to take the season from silly to sensational. Readers can download a copy at www.audacioushealth.com.au/blog.html. Andrew and Catherine would like to extend a big thank you to all their supporters through 2019 and wish you all a restorative and enjoyable festive season.
10. Play your favourite album 11. Catch up with a friend for a chat 12. Call someone out of the blue 13. Take a holiday from any stress for a day 14. Visit somewhere local and new 15. List wonderful people in your life 16. Pay for a stranger’s coffee/fuel/shopping 17. Plan time off/holidays for 2020 18. Learn the words to a song
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19. Donate something to charity 20. Remember a dream from your childhood 21. Write yourself a letter of congratulations 22. List your goals for 2020 23. Take 10 minutes to sit quietly 24. Be gentle with yourself today 25. Make a list of things to enjoy in 2020 26. Make of list of fun things to do in 2020 27. Have a day of rest 28. Draw a drawing 29. Reflect on 2019 30. List five things that were great about 2019 31. Have a quiet day
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C & M Seafoods
If you’re looking for fresh seafood this Christmas, there’s no need to line up for hours on Christmas Eve. Instead, head into C & M Seafoods at Beerwah. Conveniently located across the road from The Coffee Club on Peachester Road, Cheryl can help make your Christmas that little bit easier. They have plenty of parking and, best of all, you can pre-order - so no long queues. Place your orders anytime between now and Friday, December 13 and pay a deposit, then head instore between 9am and 3.30pm on Christmas Eve to pick up your order - it’s that easy. Most products at C & M Seafoods are locally sourced from Queensland, including prawns, Moreton bay bugs, half shell sea scallops sourced directly from local trawlers at Mooloolaba, sand crabs and rock oysters from Moreton Bay, and Pacific oysters from Tasmania and South Australia. C & M Seafoods will extend regular trading days in the lead up to Christmas and will be open on Monday and Tuesday, December 23-24, for fresh sales and pre-order pickup. Located on the corner of Peachester Road and Turner Street, Beerwah, you can pop into the shop or call Cheryl on 5494 6667 for your Chrissy seafood needs, or email email@example.com.
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Out & About Rotary shares the love around
The Rotary Club of Glass House Mountains hosted an excited group of guests at its recent dinner meeting held at the Beerwah RSL. The guests were representatives from the ten local community groups who were each receiving up to $1,000 grants from the Rotary Club. Each of the groups acknowledged Rotary’s generosity and enthusiastically shared their stories of how the money will go to good use.
Clockwise from top: 1. Tracey Blake and Jaye Claes from Glass House Mountains State School P&C with Rotarian Peter Farrell (centre) 2. Rotarian Seb Messina presents Landsborough Scouts leaders Possum and Wallaroo and members Jamie, Riley and Payton with their cheque 3. Rotarian Ian Hope with Gabrielle Sharrock and Lucy Bauer from the Landsborough Kindy 4. Lisé Blackgrove and Hanna Brandli from Glasshouse Country War on Waste with Rotarian Ilia Starkovsky (centre) 5. Rotarian Sue Schlapa congratulates Anna Guthrie from Tibros Netball Club 6. Aileen Woodhouse and Jason Carrol from the Mooloolah Public Hall receive their cheque from Rotarian Ian Hope (centre) 7. Rotarian Rod Jones congratulates Ann Husband from Morris House at Landsborough on her grant
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Club Acoustic blackboard sessions live music Thu Time: 6pm 05 Where: RSL Maleny Hall, Bunya Street Cost: $10 ClubAcousticMalenyRSL Info: Supporting established and emerging musical artists, delicious dinner for purchase
Lizzie Connor Art exhibition opening night Time: 6pm Fri Where: Vianta Expresso and 06 Wine Bar, Simpson Street, Beerwah Vianta Arts Info: Complimentary wine, nibbles and live music
Glasshouse Mountains Tavern live music Fri Time: 8pm 06 Where: 10 Reed Street, Glass House Mountains Info: 5493 0933 Courtesy bus available, live music with Smokin Mirrors
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Crystal Waters Market Time: 8am-2pm Sat Where: Crystal Waters off 07 Kilcoy Lane Info: Crystal Waters Market Great food, local produce, coffee, sourdough bread, bric-a-brac
Old time Christmas Sat dance 07 Time: 7.30-11.30pm Where: Glass House Mountains Community Hall Cost: $10 includes supper Info: Aileen 5496 9349 NV/OT/M. Music by Commodore, Monte Carlo raffle, lucky door prize
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT - FRIDAY 8pm Australia’s Favourite Sons Tribute Show Time: Entertainment from Sat 8.30pm Where: Beerwah Hotel 07 Info: Beerwah Hotel If you love the music of Michael Hutchence, Bon Scott and Jimmy Barnes, then head along for a free tribute show. Courtesy bus available
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This impressive property just feels right from the moment you walk into the house. It is set privately back from the street and has high ceilings and impeccable finishes. Then step onto the rear deck and there are the rolling green hills, cattle and, oh, those sunsets. The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home has two spacious living areas and a contemporary kitchen with stone tops, plenty of cupboard space and quality appliances. The large deck, which is perfect for entertaining, opens right off the kitchendining area. The property features a light, bright design throughout, large activity room or second living area plus a huge fourth bedroom or work-from-home space with additional separate entry. There is solar back to grid, fruit trees, a fenced rear yard, vege beds and space for chickens, with walk-to-town convenience and a country atmosphere. Outside, a handyperson or car buff will love the 7m x 11m garage with power and air conditioned studio space plus the additional carport making wet weather entry a breeze. There is even a space for the caravan, motorhome or boat. Tucked away in a quiet no through road on 3224m2 (almost an acre) with town water on the edge of Maleny, this character-filled modern home has so much to offer. Offers above $849,000. To find out more take a look at it on the website www.malenyrealty.com.au/20365789 or contact the exclusive agent Jess Luthje on 0438 616 064 to arrange an inspection.
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With an elevated location in one of the most sought-after streets in Maleny and big views, this block offers an appealing town lifestyle. Walk to the shops in 5 minutes or just sit back on the verandah of your dream home and drink in those expansive views. The 809m2 block has all town services and captures summer breezes thanks to the elevation and aspect. The only vacant block in the established street gives you the advantage of a quiet, established area and the opportunity to build exactly what you want! If you can’t think what to build there is a concept plan available as well. Priced to sell quickly - make sure you inspect soon!
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WALK TO TOWN – 1 ACRE – NORTH ASPECT Only a short walk from the main street of Maleny, on an elevated 4023m2 parcel zoned for possible subdivision, you’ll find this solid brick home facing north. One acre of gently sloping north-east facing land with dam. 4 bed, 2 bath brick home with self-contained studio underneath. Open plan living/dining, opens to two outdoor areas. New floor coverings and freshly painted inside and out. Town water, 3kW solar PV, fruit trees. Walking distance to Maleny township and schools. If you appreciate aspect, a great location, family friendly living and a great purchase price call Jess today.
This impressive property just feels right! Set privately back from the street, high ceilings, impeccable finishes, then step onto the rear deck and enjoy the rolling hills, cattle and oh those sunsets! Contemporary kitchen with stone benchtops and quality appliances. Large deck opening right off the kitchen dining area. Light bright design throughout, large activity room or second living area plus a huge 4th bedroom or work from home space with additional separate entry. 5kW solar back to grid, fruit trees, fenced rear yard. Walk to town convenience with country atmosphere. 7m x 11m garage with studio space plus additional carport. Quiet street on 3224m2 (almost 1 acre) with town water on the edge of Maleny, this property has so much to offer.
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THIS IS THE ACREAGE YOU’VE BEEN WAITING FOR! The ultimate combination of location, privacy, bespoke timber home, horse and cattle infrastructure - this is a sought-after property. Modern Queenslander style 3-bed plus study home, cathedral ceilings and lofts. Super-sized main, spacious ensuite and fireplace. Timber kitchen flows to the open plan dining-family area. 7m x 4m cellar, 11m x 4.5m solar heated pool, 6m x 6m carport. 19.9 acres in 7 paddocks. 12m x 9m shed with stables, vet room, workshop, float or car accom plus self-contained unit above, converted railway carriage, ample water. Call today. $1,050,000 Curramore via Maleny
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PRICE REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE Two dwellings on easy care ½ acre east side location. Main house - 3 bedrooms 2 bathrooms, good sized kitchen/dining and upstairs a large light-filled lounge. Separate fully self-contained flat - garden views, spacious open plan living, separate kitchen and bedroom. Outside in the established grounds is a 2-car lock-up garage/workshop. Plenty of rainwater storage plus own bore. An excellent opportunity for you to secure a substantial property. Ready for you to add value by painting and decorating to your own taste. Just 5 minutes to Maleny village, 30 minutes to Sunshine Coast beaches or one hour to Brisbane Airport. $650,000 Maleny
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In the Garden My top 10 essentials
Of the hundreds (and hundreds) of gardening gadgets and things out there, what are the basic essentials every gardener needs? Here’s my list … well the first five, as there isn’t enough space for them all here. For the last five you’ll have to read next week's GC&M News. 1. Garden hat A good garden hat is no ordinary hat. It’s a statement of our personality and style. However, it also needs to be practical and multi-functional. So, not only does it need to stop you from getting skin cancers, it will carry cherry tomatoes inside, sop sweat off your brow, swat away march flies, dry wet hands, wipe dirt off tools, wave hello to the neighbours, get thrown at the damn brushturkey in the rhubarb patch, and a whole lot of other things as well. 2. Gardening gloves I prefer a good set of supple yet hard-wearing gloves but they need to be breathable. These are mostly synthetic and cotton blend gloves, with maybe some thin leather to support the back of the glove. The full leather gloves tend to go stiff when they get wet and then dry out. Thin cloth-style gloves don’t stand up to a good day's digging. I also like a glove that has a Velcro tab on the wrist, which makes it so much easier to get them on and off. At the moment I’m using a Saxon brand glove I stumbled on at the hardware (they are so good, I went back and bought ten pairs). 3. Garden spade A garden spade is really a cutting and hole digging tool rather than a soil turning tool. For this reason, I prefer a spade with a thicker metal blade with the t-shaped timber and steel handle and one that has a rotating cross piece.
Don’t forget to sharpen the end of the blade with a coarse file or a grinder. This makes the digging so much easier. To move material like soil or compost use a shovel. 4. Hoses, spray guns and sprinklers Kinky hoses are a nightmare. There’s nothing worse than when the water flow stops and I have to walk all the way back to the start of the hose to undo a kink. I buy a good quality hose with a high nonkink rating. I also like a brightly coloured hose rather than dark green as it’s easier to see on the ground. This helps when a mower is involved. I also like a long hose 30m is a good length. Spray nozzles are essential. I generally have two. The basic old twist nozzle is excellent for a general purpose sprayer. Then I have a wand style which has a multispray pivoting head. It’s great for watering the garden, high pots and misting seedlings. As for the sprinkler, I use basic pyramid sprinklers. They throw a circle of about 3m, are cheap and you can connect them up in a line to water multiple areas (like a line of fruit trees). I also use an oscillating sprinkler that has a large rectangular coverage and waters evenly across the whole area. I’ve recently started using a tap timer as well but choose one that you can program. I’ve found that a basic battery-operated model is great and simple to program and use. 5. Garden fork A garden fork is an essential tool. It allows you to turn over soil, break up clumps and mix through compost and manures without harming the earthworms (too much). It needs to be sturdy and have a good handle. I prefer a classic t-shaped timber and steel handle and one that has a rotating cross piece. This makes it easier to hold and twist the fork than a solid plastic handle.
Plant of the month
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Australia has 42 species in the fig or Ficus genera, including vines, epiphytes and woody trees. One of the most common locally is the sandpaper fig or creek sandpaper fig (Ficus coronata), found along the east coast between Mackay and northern Victoria. Named for its rough sandpapery leaves, this species can grow to 15m tall and is hardy and easy to grow. It can tolerate part-shade and drought but not frost. Like other Ficus species, the root system of the sandpaper fig is large, so it is wise not to plant it near buildings or drainage systems. It does, however, tolerate heavy pruning and can even be grown in a large pot. Fig trees are unique in that their flowers are made up of hundreds of tiny florets wrapped up inside the fruit. To pollinate them specific species of wasps have evolved to burrow into the fruit to complete pollination. The sandpaper fig is a useful tree, providing food, medicine, fire and tools. Masses of hairy, sweet fruit grow not only on stems but also from the trunk between January and June. They can be eaten raw, dried or cooked into cakes, jellies, jams or sauces. The leaves have traditionally been used for finishing tools on boomerangs and spears, and also used for bush medicine. The straight branches were used for fire starter sticks, while the bark was used to make string. The fruit are fodder for fruit bats and for many species of birds, including figbirds, fruit doves, pigeons, cat birds and the endangered Coxen’s fig parrot.
Do you have an hour or two a month to spare? Would you like to learn more about the flora and fauna in your area, and meet new friends? Visit www.gman-inc.com.au. For information on GMAN Nursery sales please call Bernie on 0407 598 438. Glasshouse Country & Maleny News
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Maleny Golf Club Contributed by Jenny Oxenham Monday, November 25: 18-hole single stableford competition with first place going to Christine Lemon with 40 points, runner up Sarah Harding 39 points and third Debbie Hansen 38 points. NTPs: 3 – Maisie Chan, 5 – Sarah Harding and 13 – Margaret Manning. Tuesday, November 26: A mixed 18-hole single stableford competition was held with first place going to Jillian Jones with 39 points, runner up Chris Pottinger 38 points and third Jan Johnston 37 points on a count back from Gary Dallyn, John Tytherleigh and Paul Vicary, all with 37 points. NTPs: 3 – John Tytherleigh, 5 – Mike Hallam, 6 – Rupert Hohls, 8 – Niel Cronk, 13 – Paul Viertel and Jillian Jones. Wednesday, November 27: The ladies played in an 18-hole single stableford competition with first place going to Eve Beaman with 40 points, runner up Penny Edwards 39 points and third Heather Shortus 37 points. NTPs: 8 – Penny Edwards and 13 – Christine Lemon.
Glasshouse Country Bowls Club Contributed by David Hayes Wednesday, November 27: Ladies graded and drawn triples – Jill Kirchheiner, Viv James and Jenny Hobson defeated Millie Freshwater, Joy Reason and Rae Farrell 19-16. Eileen Pierce, Jenny Morris and Di Hume defeated Liz Little, Wendy Platt and Marilyn Boulton 32-9. Social: Sally Squires and John Annakin defeated Bernie Reyers and Rob Scullion 27-12, Jack Timm, Brian Squires and Warren Blackbourne defeated Noelene Annakin, Dick Coppa and Bruce Angus. The ladies Christmas party will be held on December 11, with a short game of scroungers followed by morning tea of pikelets, scones, jam and cream. Please put you name on the sheet by December 8 for catering purposes and don’t forget to bring a $10 gift for the tree. Arrive 8.15am for 8.30am start. Thursday, November 28: Winners of the day were Bernie Reyers and Tony Verdonck with the highest winning margin of +10 in their first game. Runners up on count back with the lowest winning margin were Di Hume and Rae Farrell with + 1. Lucky draw went to Ron Rix and Graham Nicholson.
Saturday, November 30: Men’s monthly medal nett competition A grade – first place went to Mick McCombe with 66 nett, runner up Peter Gilbert 68 nett on a count back from Heath Gray also 68 nett and third Marcus Wellington 70 nett. B grade – first place went to Mark Green with 62 nett, runner up Mike Hallam 64 nett on a count back from Jeff Kruse also 64 nett and third Marcus Anstey 66 nett on a count back from Jon Fairman also 66 nett. C grade – first place went to Colin Minke with 63 nett, runner up Geoff Deane 67 nett on a count back from Nick Martin also 67 nett and third Noel Wieden 68 nett. With the long afternoons being cool and shady, why not come out and share a round of golf with your friends and relatives. It will certainly relax you in this busy time of the year. Just phone our clubhouse on 5499 9960 or go to our website www. malenygolfclub.com and book a game or two of golf. Membership fees for 2020 are now due and are to be paid by December 31. The cost remains at $95. If you do not intend to renew please let our secretary know. Our trophies and presentation luncheon is set down for 12noon on Saturday, December 14. Please arrive at this time to mingle with fellow club members and have a drink. Lunch will start at about 1pm, which is a full buffet-style meal. After lunch, presentations will begin with club person of the year as well as most improved bowler of the year to be announced. We will then take to the green barefoot with a couple of closest to the spider games, etc. Dress is neat casual and with a cost of $25 every member should be there for this great afternoon. Thanks to everyone who played on Sunday for the Police Bowls break up of 18 ends of pairs followed by lunch. This Saturday and Sunday at 10am we will be holding training sessions for all those members who have their names down to play Q7s and Gr8s in 2020. Strongly suggest everyone attends. Our coaches will be involved with Jacqui Hineman, who will be helping to run the sessions.
The Range Croquet Club Contributed Ken Barker A jolly social afternoon was had on Thursday when Bev Sockhill, Donna Manning and Donna’s cousin visited the lawn for a game of golf croquet where no scores were kept but much fun was had. Two games of Aussie croquet were played during the Saturday morning training session by newcomers Janelle Wilson and Helen Uhlmann. Symmetrical results were recorded with Janelle winning the first and Helen the second 14-12. Nick Cram and 15 others enjoyed an afternoon on the lawns on Saturday celebrating Nick’s granddaughter’s 21st birthday. Balls were hit about and a dousing was narrowly avoided when Wallace Roy intervened while on a routine check of the automatic sprinkler system.
There was no play on the Sunday but Kath Smith and Donna had a pleasant cup of tea under the shade cloth beside lawn one. Croquet is a friendly game which encourages polite behaviour between players. Games normally begin and end with opponents shaking hands and genuinely wishing each well. Robert Elliot and Miggy Mackie (photographed), having exchanged pleasantries, are about to begin their game in the third division section of the Maleny Club tournament held recently. Miggy won the game and went on to beat her husband Peter Mackie in a subsequent game to win the event. Coaching for beginners and others is available from 8-10 am on Saturdays. These are popular sessions in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. Play days are Thursday and Sunday, 2pm for 2.30pm. Our web address is https://rangecroquetatmaleny.org.au. For details contact president Sarah Widin on 0417 640 704, vice president Vince Carbery on 5494 2193 or secretary Priscilla Vickers on 5494 3555.
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Sport Beerwah Ladies Golf Contributed by Brenda Briese Saturday, November 23: A stableford event was played with 22 players. Winner on 37 points was Ruth Machen from Karen Kemp on 34 points. NTPs: 2 – Ruth Machen, 5 – Ellen Crook, 16 – Marie Goyder 18 – Sue Woolway (second shot). BRD went to 33 points. Thursday, November 28: Due to light showers some ladies decided to cancel and left a smaller field of only 40. It was a stroke game played in very light drizzle, which was quite cooling. Winner with 70 nett was Monica Duff, runner up Sharon Phillips 71 nett, second runner up Cheryl Jepson 72 nett. NTPs: 2 – Jenny Kelly, 5 – Susan Williamson, 16 and 18 (second shot) Bridget John. BRD went to 77 nett. Friday, November 29: Our annual committee versus volunteers game was played. This is the club's thank you day to all the members who help to keep this lovely club running smoothly. It's always lots of laughs and doubtful scores. Eventually the winners were the volunteers!
Greens director Col Penney, gardening coordinator Alan Warry and club captain Andrew Sharon Phillips, Monica Betts accepting the ‘trophy’ Duff and Cheryl Jepson.
Maleny Bowls Club Contributed by Graeme Glover What a busy place Maleny Bowls Club has been lately, hosting our regular events plus a full calendar of Christmas parties and other reunions. Thanks to the excellent support of the local community we are fully booked. Wednesday nights continue to be very popular with a full rink of people enjoying the cool of the evening for a great social outing. See you all there at 6pm for a barbeque and bowls. For the next few weeks we intend playing two shortened games so that all players and teams get to play each other before our Christmas break. The last Wednesday game is December 18. Scroungers has been very competitive for the past few weeks. Dave Edwards is showing good form both in playing and in his new found role of helping to prepare the surface for the hot and tougher summer conditions. Other winners last week were Ian Chatterton, Ian Spence and Doug McGufficke. Congratulations to all who played. This week we see another monthly final. Hoping everyone brings their best form. Thanks to all who are assisting in the rostered duties. This assists all, lightens the load and develops a sense of appreciation for those regular volunteers. While speaking of volunteers, a big thanks from all the visitors from around the hinterland for our monthly pairs. The catering was terrific for our final bowls event for the year. Congratulations to Bill Edwards and his team on winning our monthly pairs. A reminder to all our members, please put your name up for the Christmas get-together on Friday, December 20. Have a great week of bowls and a reminder to all members to shop locally for those special Christmas treats for all your family and friends. Support those who support our club.
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PURCHASE A 24 PACK OF HEINEKEN AND GET A FREE 6 PACK OF HEINEKEN ZERO.
XXXX GOLD 24 X 375ML BOTTLES OR CANS
CORONA EXTRA 24 X 355ML BOTTLES
$ GREAT NORTHERN SUPER CRISP 30 X 375ML CANS
PURCHASE ANY CASE OF BEER FEATURED IN THIS ADVERT AND ENTER AT BOTTLEMART.COM.AU TERMS & CONDITIONS APPLY. SEE INSTORE FOR DETAILS
GEORGE WYNDHAM BIN RANGE OR YALUMBA Y SERIES RANGE 750ML
A TRIP TO THE HOME OF JIM BEAM TERMS & CONDITIONS APPLY. SEE WEBSITE FOR DETAILS.
BEERWAH CELLARS - BEERWAH SHOP 11, BEERWAH MARKETPLACE PEACHESTER RD TEL 5494 0477 BEERWAH DRIVE THRU - BEERWAH MAWHINNEY STREET TEL 5494 0555
EQUATES TO $34.99 PER 700ML
BUNDABERG UP RUM OR SMIRNOFF RED VODKA 1 LITRE
HOT PRICE $
BABBLING BROOK SAUVIGNON BLANC, DEVIL’S LAIR FIFTH LEG OR SECRET STONE 750ML
PIPER HEIDSIECK CHAMPAGNE NV 750ML
JIM BEAM WHITE & COLA 10 X 375ML CANS
VODKA CRUISER BLUEBERRY 4.6% 2 X 275ML BOTTLES
ANY 2 FOR
JIM BEAM WHITE LABEL BOURBON, CANADIAN CLUB WHISKY, ABSOLUT VODKA, 700ML OR BAILEYS ORIGINAL IRISH CREAM 1 LITRE
While stocks last.
GLASS HOUSE CELLARS - GLASS HOUSE MOUNTAIN SHOP 5, 9 BRUCE PARADE TEL 5493 0188 MOOLOOLAH CELLARS - MOOLOOLAH SHOP 3, 2 JONES STREET TEL 5494 7320
All specials available from Wednesday 27th November until Tuesday 10th December 2019. Images are for illustrative purposes only. Specials available only in the state of Queensland. Prices may vary in country and far North Queensland. Different pack sizes and variants may not be available in all stores. Bottlemart supports the responsible service of alcohol.
WIRRA WIRRA CHURCH BLOCK RED, OYSTER BAY SPARKLING OR LA BOHEME ACT TWO DRY PINOT ROSÉ 750ML
PURCHASE 5 BOTTLES OF JACOB’S CREEK SPARKLING AND RECEIVE A BONUS BOTTLE. THAT’S $7.49 EACH!
JACOB’S CREEK SPARKLING NV 750ML
PALMWOODS CELLARS - PALMWOODS SHOP 5, 18-20 MARGARET STREET TEL 5445 9266 PALMWOODS DRIVE THRU - PALMWOODS 28 MAIN STREET TEL 5445 9003