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January 2016

Join up, Sign on & Get moving

WOULD YOU LIKE THESE BENEFITS FOR YOUR CHILD? CONCENTRATION, CO-ORDINATION RESPECT, IMPROVED BEHAVIOUR DISCIPLINE, SELF DEFENCE GOAL SETTING, ANTI BULLYING

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Mooloolah Soccer Club

30th Jan & 6th Feb 9am - 11am at the soccer fields, Mooloolah Connection Rd, Glenview

‘Come and Try’ is available on both ‘Sign On’ days

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Mooloolah Soccer Club offers an environment where the whole family can enjoy playing soccer at an affordable price. We also encourage equal game time for all players and have qualified coaches to help players to develop their skills. All new players need to bring along a Birth Certificate or School ID. New Senior players also need to bring two passport photos.

Players registration fees are: Under 6 - Und

er 8 $90 Under 9 - Under 10 $130 For all information visit Under 11 - Under 17 $150 www.mooloolahsoccerclub.com Seniors Men's $170 Family discount of $10 for Women's $120 each additional member.

For more information contact Gerry Ferroussat 0428 814 332 or email info@mooloolahsoccerclub.com

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Join up & Sign on Get your body moving By Lea Parkes Did you make one of those New Year’s resolutions about getting you or the kids to be more active, improve fitness levels and overall health? Let’s face it many of us do, or think about what a good idea it would be to do it. However unless you get started, and work out a plan for how you are going to make it happen, then it is unlikely to happen. So over the next few pages we bring you just some of the local options to help make these things a reality. With many of the local sports clubs about to hold their sign on days, it is time to move it along and start working towards your goals. And some of the clubs also offer a 'Come and Try' or information session so you can find out a bit more before you make the final decision. And if you have absolutely no idea why not head along to the 2016 Sport, Recreation and Service Club Expo at Maleny on Australia Day from 7.30am where you can get an idea of the many sporting clubs available on the Range. Entry is free and there are also a range of games and activities on offer on the day.

Six ways to start 2016 as the healthiest, happiest you with Katie Clift from Cancer Council Queensland The hot cross buns have hit the shelves and most of us have already abandoned our New Year’s resolutions as we return to work and the bedlam begins again. Do not despair friends! Cancer Council Queensland has devised a list of six tips to help you prioritise your health and happiness this year. 1. Disconnect – Schedule time in your day to turn off the smartphone, move away from the TV and shut down your computer. Stepping away from technology allows more time to cook your favourite healthy meal, hit the gym, or simply slow down to enjoy the moment. 2. Prioritise play – Put fun on the agenda! Whether it’s having lunch with a friend, taking your dog for a walk, watching a movie or enjoying a homecooked meal: take time every day to invest in activities that boost your overall wellbeing. 3. Plan ahead – It might seem counter-intuitive, but making time to plan your goals for 2016 is one of the best ways to reduce and manage your stress levels. Use a large wall calendar to schedule major events, or invest in some personal time to keep a journal and diarise activities so they don’t overwhelm you. 4. Exercise – Get active on most, preferably all, days of the week. Just five hours of moderate intensity physical activity or two and a half hours of vigorous intensity exercise per week, plus muscle strengthening activities, can get you healthy and happy fast. 5. Shop well – Starting the New Year with a new attitude to food should be a priority. Maintaining a healthy weight and enjoying a balanced diet can significantly reduce your risks of chronic disease and can also improve your overall mental health. Enjoy a wide variety of nutritious foods from the Australian Dietary Guideline’s five recommended food groups every day (plenty of vegetables, fruit, grain foods, lean meats and poultry, milk, yoghurt, cheese and/or their alternatives), and drink plenty of water. 6. Book a screen – Take the time to put your health first. When was the last time you checked your skin, booked a breast screen, scheduled an appointment with your GP or participated in bowel cancer screening? Find out what cancer screening you’re eligible for, and plan now to participate where necessary in 2016. Living a healthier and happier life doesn’t require a major overhaul of your habits – it’s about small steps to improve short and long term health, improving your life expectancy and taking time to enjoy every day along the way. More information about Cancer Council Queensland is available at cancerqld.org.au or 13 11 20.

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Maleny Bushrangers Rugby Union Club

Come & Try Maleny Rugby

2016

Interested in playing a fun, safe and character building team sport? New pre-season value packages now available • “Come & Try Program” • Scholarships available • Viva 7’s Rugby – female, male & mixed teams • 2015 “Semi finalists” Viva • Representative Opportunities

IMPORTANT DATES

Come & Try Day. Maleny Showgrounds, Australia Day (Jan 26) Training commences January / February Development Rounds commence in March Season commences in May

Recruitment enquiries – Darren 0400 839 964 malenybushrangersrugbyunion@gmail.com Bridgestone Select Maleny 5494 2555

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SIGN ON 2016 Sign on / Information days will be held at the club on Saturday 30th January and Saturday 6th February 2016 9.00am - 1.00pm. Register online now at www.myfootballclub.com.au

Discounted registration for U11 & U12 girls

FFA / FQ and SCF registration fees will be discounted by more than 50% for all Under 11 Girls and Under 12 Girls (club fees will apply). PLUS an extra $50 off if you qualify for the offer below

GIRLS

“BRING A FRIEND” OFFER Girls encouraging girls to play football

A $50 discount off Player Registration Fees is being offered to female junior and female MiniRoos players who bring a female friend along as a new signing for the 2016 season. (see club website for details)

Sponsored by

2016 Junior SIGN-ON

TRANSPORT

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Beerwah Bulldogs Rugby League Club 2016 Junior Sign On Beerwah Sportsground Sportsground Drive, Beerwah

Saturday 30th & Sunday 31st of January 10am- 2pm Sunday 7th of February 10am- 2pm • Age Groups – U7 to U16, U15 to U18 Girls • New Players and Volunteers are most welcome • New Players could you please bring Birth Certificate or Passport • For more information please contact Dave Downey 0468 456 471 • Or email the club on beerwahbulldogsrlfc@hotmail.com (Registration fees include club shorts, socks and shirt)

2016 REGISTRATION FEES Under 7 – 9 .................. $160.00 Under 10 – 12 .................. $170.00 Under 13 – Under 16 .................. $180.00 Under 15-18 Girls .................. $160.00

Tibro’s Netball Club

Junior Sign On When: Wednesday 3rd February 4pm - 6pm and Saturday 6th February 9am - 12noon

Where: Tibro's Netball Courts Steve Irwin Way, Glass House Mtns

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Minimum deposit due upon Sign-On $100 per player.

LADIES & MIXED NETBALL COMP Commencing Monday 8th February Ladies competition

Commencing Tuesday 9th February Mixed competition

To nominate a team or to join a team please contact: Megan 0412 115 421 - Ladies convenor Tracey 0409 271 282 - Mixed convenor

Get Fit Have Fun Social!

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