CLERMONT RAG FRIDAY MARCH 09, 2018
CLERMONT PROJECT TO HONOUR WAR VETERANS The wartime sacrifices of almost 50 returned servicemen interred in unmarked graves within Clermont’s cemetery is to be honoured ahead of the centenary of Armistice Day on 11 November 2018. Isaac Regional Council, as custodian of the cemetery, is to transfer the historic burial rights to the graves to the Clermont RSL Sub-Branch as part of a community project to acknowledge their service. Mayor Anne Baker memorial headstones and bronze plaques would be installed on each of the graves by the Clermont RSL Sub-Branch, in conjunction with Council, the Clermont community and other RSL subbranches. “The intent is to have these memorials installed in time for Remembrance Day which, this year, marks the centenary of the 1918 Armistice which ended the First World War,” Mayor Baker said. “This will provide fitting and well overdue recognition for these Australian soldiers who have laid unrecognised for so long.
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“Council is proud to support the efforts of the Clermont RSL Sub-Branch in honouring the service and sacrifice of these great Australians who answered the call to arms when their nation needed them.” Mayor Baker said the men had been interred in paupers’ graves up to 70 years ago as they had no known next of kin. “Many came to the region to work as stockmen, drovers and miners. They had no relatives living in the local area and all that was really known about them was the property they were living on when they died,” she said. Cr Baker said Council and the Clermont RSL SubBranch had attempted to locate any descendant relatives, distant or close, who could inherit the burial rights of the deceased. “Of the unmarked graves, only one familial burial rights holder was found and this person was more than willing to transfer these rights to the Clermont Sub-Branch.”
NEW EXHIBITION LACED WITH HISTORICAL OBJECTS FROM CLERMONT’S COLOURFUL PAST An Isaac outback town’s history is set to be unveiled in a revealing exhibition for the first time.
“Here’s your chance – locals and tourists alike - to relive your childhood and connect yourself to a period in history.
The 100 Objects collection is the latest creation from Clermont Historical Centre which opened on Wednesday, March 7.
“Come and explore our history and discover our stories.” The exhibition will run throughout the year until December 2018.
Isaac Regional Council Mayor Anne Baker said the vast assortment represents Clermont’s eclectic and colourful past.
100 Objects follows the moving Flood of Memories Exhibition hosted by the centre last year.
“The town of Clermont is one of the most historic towns in northern Australia, having a colourful past, rich in drama and laced with tragedy,” Mayor Baker said. “It was the first inland settlement in the tropics, making it a frontier town in the truest sense of the word. The 100 Objects exhibition will include our iconic steam engine that moved a town out of a deadly flood zone, a sheep property’s slab hut and the infamous piano up a tree. “A few other objects worth keeping an out for is the post-war five-minute washing machine, Clermont Fire Brigade’s 1945 truck, an Aboriginal wooden club either used for hand-to-hand combat, hunting or for digging plus relics used for crushing gold ore.
It paid homage to local stories of courage, heroism and tragedy, memorabilia and photography from the fatal flood of 1916. Admission prices are $6 for adults, $4 for pensioners, $3 children under 12 years and $15 per family with two or more children. For more details visit www.isaac.qld.gov.au, call 1300 ISAACS (1300 47 22 27) or drop in at the Clermont Historical Centre, Gregory Highway, which is open Wednesdays to Saturdays from 9am to 3pm.
MEETING NOTICES MEALS ON WHEELS CLERMONT Meetings will be held at Monash Lodge at 2pm - April 9, June 11, August 13 - AGM, October 8 and December 10. New members/volunteers are most welcome. Further information contact Les on 0458 595 440.
CLERMONT & EMERALD BUFFALO CLUBS have amalgamated and meet at the Leo Hotel on the 4th Sunday of each month at 11am. Further enquiries call 0408 060 291. MONASH LODGE INC Meeting held on the second Wednesday of every month at 4pm in the meeting room at Monash Lodge.
SCHOOL NEWS STUDENT OF THE WEEK
ST JOSEPHâ€™S PRINCIPALâ€™S AWARD Caleb Cavanagh for sharing his fantastic work ethic with those around him and assisting others.
Prep: Cobie Cook for your hard work in History. Year 1: Josiah Pedwell for sharing your wonderful knowledge during class discussions. Year 2: Sophie Blackley for having an outstanding work ethic and consistently working hard, while completing classroom activities. Year 3: Archie Nairn for being a great class member. Year 4: Bailey Sheehan for following directions and working well with your classmates. Year 5/6: Colby Crawford for the engagement you have been showing throughout all learning areas in class.
MAKING JESUS REAL AWARDS Kingsley Williams for the effort and kindness you show to you buddy during our Buddy Time with Prep. You are patient and caring. You are an inspiring role model and the spirit of Jesus shines within you.
CLERMONT STATE PRIMARY STUDENT OF THE WEEK
3/4A: Travis M for compensate strategy for addition. 3/4B: Victoria V for being a responsible learner who always tries her best. 3/4C: Renae S for applying herself to all tasks. 5/6B: Tristan A for his excellent job writing a narrative story. 5/6C: Duncan S for trying his best at improving his handwriting. Prep W: Logan M for always being so respectful by consistently using you manners.
5/6P: Storm F for exceptional focus for learning.
Prep N: Judd C for always trying your best when learning new letters.
HPE: Abbie McK for an outstanding effort in HPE.
1/2P: Lawson B for an interesting dialogue, words and plot in writing. 1/2SH: Lori R for always putting her best into her learning and taking on challenges with a smile. 1/2 JH: David T for achieving well in maths.
HPE: Elias A-A for being a responsible learner in HPE.
CR LYN’S COLUMN Rain, rain and more rain. It has been such a long time since we have seen the rainfalls that we have had. Most areas in the district got some beneficial falls which I have no doubt was most welcome. As for our very green town, it’s like living in an English postcard at the moment. Green as far as the eye can see. We took Axel, the dog, out to one of the local creek crossing for a run and on the way out I thought I had never seen the countryside looking so beautiful. Thought we were travelling on the wrong road.
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Both Moranbah and Clermont copped a couple of ferocious storms with Moranbah getting the worst of it. Hopefully things will get back to normal soon. You may have all noticed the amount of long grass around town. Our parks and gardens staff are doing their best to try and get it all under control as well as cleaning up all of the trees that fell in the storm. Funny how things can change in such a short time. It was not that long ago that I commented on the fact that our open spaces around town still looked great even with the minimum amount of water as we had not had much rain. Now, we have grass up to our eyeballs. With all that long grass around just be vigilant as there has been a lot of snake sightings. I even saw a sign on the hospital doors telling people to be aware as one had been sighted in very close proximity to the front doors. Guess if a snake did get you there, then at least you would be in the right place for treatment. Bit of a reminder that we will be having a function out at the dam this Friday, March 9 between 3pm and 5pm to celebrate International Women’s Day.
International Women’s Day
Queen’s Baton Relay
Senior Citizens Association Inc Mini Cent Sale
St Joseph’s Family Fun Day
I did ask the question - Do we have an International Men’s Day?. The response I got from some friends was - It’s men’s day every other day. Not sure about that but something to think about I guess. Until next time.....Lyn
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QCWA Cent Sale BA Bush Sports Campdraft and Rodeo Clermont Markets
Clermont Show Sale
Clermont Show - The Isaac Region Show
2 8 - 11 14 - 17
Clermont Markets St Lawrence Wetlands Weekend Clermont Gold Cup Campdraft
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Clermont Markets Cattle Sale Clermont Sale
PUBLIC NOTICES CLERMONT FACILITY CLOSURE HOODS LAGOON BOARDWALK Isaac Regional Council advises Clermont residents and visitors that the boardwalk at Hoods Lagoon is presently closed to pedestrian access. Sections of the boardwalk sustained significant damage during the recent storm. QUEEN’S BATON RELAY COMMUNITY ADVISORY CLERMONT The Queen’s Baton Relay will visit the Isaac region communities of Nebo, Coppabella, Moranbah and Clermont on Wednesday 21 March 2018. Residents are advised there will be road closures and detours in place for the safety of the viewing public, baton bearers and the relay convoy. Vehicle access to and from properties and businesses on the relay route will be restricted prior to and during the relay. In Clermont, the Queen’s Baton Relay will commence at the western end of Collins Street shortly after 3.50pm. It will proceed east along Copperfield Road, turning north into Francis Street, east into Playfair Street, north along Tropic Street, east on Herschel Street and north on Capella Street to Hoods Lagoon and Centenary Park, where it will arrive for a community celebration commencing at 4.30pm (as depicted in map left). Community members are encouraged to help share the dream by joining local celebrations and cheering on our baton bearers as they carry the Queen’s Baton on its journey to the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
1080 WILD DOG AND FERAL PIG BAITING PROGRAM 2018 Isaac Regional Council would like to advise all graziers that the baiting program for 2018 is scheduled as per the dates set out below. Please note: Baiting will only be conducted during the below periods.
Monday April 9 to Friday May 4 A second round of baiting will be conducted during the period below to provide landholders with an opportunity to undertake further control of wild dog and feral pig populations.
Currently this baiting period is scheduled for the dates below.
Monday August 27 to Friday September 21 Manufactured baits are available outside of these times, orders must be made in advance and delivery is approximately three weeks from order date. Manufactured baits are supplied ‘at cost’ and are available for purchase through Council. To book a date or for further information about this program please phone Patti Ruth, Administration Officer on 4846 3733 or Council’s Customer Service team available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 1300 ISAACS (1300 472 227).
PUBLIC NOTICES APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO INSTALL LICENSED STOCK GRID Notice is hereby given that it is the intention of Shaun Lovelock on behalf of Adani Mining Pty Ltd to apply to Isaac Regional Council for permission to install licensed stock grids, associated fencing and gates, across the road know as Moray-Carmichael Boundary Road at the following co-ordinates as mentioned in the map below:
Location 1: 464257 E 7571599 S Location 2: 461887 E 7574201 S Location 3: 457749 E 7572346 S
The application maybe inspected at the Isaac Regional Council Administration Office, Batchelor Parade, Moranbah, and objections may be lodged in writing, setting out the grounds for such objections to: The Chief Executive Officer PO Box 97, Moranbah, Qld, 4744
on or before March 20 2018.
If you require further information please contact Council’s Customer Service Centre available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on 1300 ISAACS (1300 472 227).
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FIRST FIVE FOREVER GOES WILD Words on pages of children’s books will spring into life through the magic of puppets. Mackay-based puppeteer Rosalyn Campbell will host free shows in Middlemount, Dysart, Moranbah and Clermont as part of Isaac Libraries’ First 5 Forever program. The Room on a Broom show will feature interactive moments for the young audience including re-enacting the story as it is being read, by operating puppets, making sound effects and working with props.
MARCH 15 10.30AM TO 11.30AM MIDDLEMOUNT COMMUNITY HALL
MARCH 16 10.15AM TO 11.15AM DYSART LIBRARY
MARCH 22 9.30AM TO 10.30AM MORANBAH LIBRARY FORECOURT
The First 5 Forever program, a statewide initative delivered by Isaac Libraries, provides strong early literacy foundations for all children aged between 0-5 years.
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MARCH 23 9.30AM TO 10.30AM CLERMONT CIVIC CENTRE
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C o mp e t i t i o ns Ladies 18 hole – Tues Morning Mens 18 hole - Wed Afternoon
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Chook run 9 hole – Friday Mens & Womens comps - Sun
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STORY TIME GOES WILD Story Time will be ‘going wild’ at the Clermont Civic Centre on Friday, March 23. Isaac Libraries and the First 5 Forever program is bringing puppeteer/storyteller, Roslyn Campbell from Wild Puppets to several Isaac communities, including Clermont, for a free performance of her Room in a Broom show. Room in a Broom will be performed at the Clermont Civic Centre on March 23, from 9.30am to 10.30am. Bookings are essential. The Clermont Library will not be holding the normal Story Time session on March 23 as parents/caregivers and their young children are encouraged to attend Room in a Broom and learn more about the First 5 Forever program.
EXCHANGE BRINGS ‘NEW’ STOCK Clermont Library recently had an exchange of adult fiction, adult non-fiction and large print books as well as CD-based audio books, which has refreshed the collection and you may find many books not previously held at the Clermont Library. Don’t forget that if you want to borrow a particular book or books on a specific subject but can’t find it on the shelf, enquire with the friendly library staff. If the book or books are available at another Isaacs Library, staff can arrange for the books to be sent to Clermont for the patron. If the book or books are not held by the Isaac Libraries collection, staff may be able to arrange an interlibrary loan through another library outside the Isaac region.
NEW ARRIVALS - ADULT FICTION •
Garden by William Dangar
Growing Up Moonta by Kristin Weidenbach
Memoirs by Mike Willesee
The Harbour by Scott Bevan
Over the Top and Back by Tom Jones
BOOKINGS Bookings are essential for all library programs and events. Please call Clermont Library on 4846 3746. Please note: Children 12 years and under must be accompanied by an adult at all times when visiting the library, including during organised programs.
BABY BOUNCE, STORYTIME, CRAFT AND RHYMETIME The Clermont Library runs several weekly children’s sessions. They are a good way to connect with other parents with young children. RHYMETIME AND CRAFT This is held from 9.30am to 10am every Tuesday for children up to five years old, where they can sing and dance to nursery rhyme songs. BABY BOUNCE Come along on Thursday from 9.30am to 10am and is aimed at children aged up to two years. Baby Bounce is a chance for parents to interact with their child through movement, music and song. STORYTIME AND CRAFT TIME See you at the Clermont Library every Friday from 9.30am to 10.30am and caters for children up to prep age. Bookings are essential please phone 4983 4746 or email Clermont.Library@isaac. qld.gov.au
SPOTLIGHT ON AUTHOR Chelsea Cain is an American writer who spent her early childhood living on a hippie commune near Iowa City. Cain attended the University of Iowa and her master’s thesis became Dharma Girl, a memoir of her early childhood in a hippie commune. One of her professors sent the work to several editors for review and Seal Press published the book. She is now a full time writer.
HEALTH, FITNESS AND SOCIAL FUN CLERMONT SPORTS CENTRE Contact: 07 4983 1422 Address: 7 Jupiter Street www.clermontsportscentre.com All small group training included in gym membership. RIP: A high intensity strength conditioning class using barbell and light weights. 45-1 hour in duration. Bring towel and water bottle. RIP EXPRESS is a 45 minute major muscle group workout. AXIS: Power to the core in 30 minutes. TRX SUSPENSION TRAINING: Every Suspension Training exercise builds true functional strength and improves flexibility, balance and core stability all at once. Intermediate sessions are higher intensity workouts as basics should be well ingrained in participants. THUMP: 1 hour boxing class. Boxing equipment is provided, inners must be worn and can be purchased for $5 from reception.
TRX FLEX incorporates strength through stretching. VIRTUAL REVOLUTION: Great music and a fantastic calorie burning hour of indoor cycling. You will learn correct technique for improved performance and have fun cycling.
MONDAY 6.15am TRX Flex 6pm Yoga 7pm TRX TUESDAY 6.15am TRX Flex 9.15am
Ladies Indoor Volleyball
Ladies Indoor Volleyball
Bookings essential. This is a virtual run class - follow the instructor on the screen. YOGA: A class for everyone! For ages 5 and up to 90 or more. You will learn breathing exercises and positions that can help improve arthritic symptoms, insomnia, blood pressure, mood and aid with relaxation and flexibility. This class is suitable for pregnant women. Screening will be conducted prior to participation.
5.45pm Rip Express 6.30pm AXIS WEDNESDAY 6.15am TRX Flex 6pm THUMP THURSDAY 10am Yoga 5.15pm RIP 6.15pm AXIS 7.30pm
Bookings for Yoga are essential. BOOTCAMP: A fun (mostly bodyweight) class run by Lockie. Based around cardio fitness.
Mixed Indoor Volleyball
SATURDAY 8.30am THUMP 9.15am TRX 10.15am
CLERMONT SPORTING SHOOTERS WANTING TO BECOME A MEMBER? Please contact Lloyd on 4983 2010 or Frances on 4983 1478. We shoot on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month. Arrive at range at 9.30am and commence shooting at 10am. You can also find us on Facebook @SSAA Clermont Branch Inc. Results from Mayleigh match: Ladies - Meg Angel 148, K Welk 129, F Fowler 126.01, C Marteene 124
Open - M Angel 268.02, L Marteene 216.01, A Wels 210.01, A Klupfel 172, J White 143.01, P Abbay 135, E Logunov 114 M Angel C/F 262.05 We are holding a firearm Safety Course on Saturday March 24. If interested please call Christine on 0429 833 052 to book.
HEALTH, FITNESS AND SOCIAL FUN MAD ABOUT FITNESS Contact: 0448 007 263 Address: 41 James Road All classes and open gym are $15. GUT AND BUTT BLAST: Is a target class that focuses on strengthening and toning the nine core divisions of the abdominal plane, simultaneously blasting the three muscles of the buttocks, hamstrings and quadriceps. This will increase fat metabolism at rest and help slim and tone those problematic areas. Although not targeted, general whole body conditioning applies and while challenging, is more than suitable for any fitness level. OPEN GYM: This is your opportunity to use the gym facilities, there will be a basic weights program and WOD on offer for your utilisation, or you could just be creative and do your own training. LETS LIFT: This program has been designed to target the eight large muscle groups in a 45 minutes whole body workout. This is achieved through the use of barbell and dumbbell weights. This class is suitable for all fitness levels.
METAPWR: MetaPWR is a fast moving circuit, using moves that need strength, speed and power. All MetaPWR workouts use the entire body,involving your upper and lower body and core muscles. Muscle is metabolically active tissue, so the more muscles you work the more calories you burn. The more calories you burn, the more productive your workouts will be and the faster you will lose fat. CIRCUIT TRAINING: This is a form of body conditioning or resistance training using highintensity/low-intensity aerobic energy. It targets strength building and muscular endurance. An exercise ‘circuit’ is one completion of all prescribed exercises in the program. It is highly enjoyable and recommended to all levels of fitness. METAFIT: This is a 30 minutes bodyweight training system that gets results! It is a functional and effective, metabolic workout that will change the way you train. Created by a former Royal Marine Commando, Metafit combines the latest HIIT techniques with traditional ‘old school’ bodyweight exercises to set the metabolism on fire.
CLERMONT RIFLE ASSOCIATION INC Firearm Safety Courses now available. Just a reminder that we have a new scoped and peep sight club rifle available to new and interested shooters with full training and coaching from fully qualified range officers if requires.
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PROGRAM MONDAY 9.30am Gut and Butt 5.45pm Blast TUESDAY 5.45pm MetaPWR WEDNESDAY 9.30am Circuit Training 5.45pm Let’s Lift THURSDAY 11.15am 5.45pm
SATURDAY 6.30am Open Gym - 9pm SUNDAY 6.30am Open Gym 7.30pm
GOLF NEWS There will be a Ladies’ Learn to Play Golf Day this Saturday March 10 from 9:00am to 11-30am. For more information phone Renee 0428 874 690. Last Sunday a Stableford kindly sponsored by Purdies Tyres. Men’s winner J Beale, runner up W Marr. P Messer had an Eagle on 1. Pin and approach shots R Beale, J Beale, M Lestone and R Vine. Ladies winner S Rieck, runner up Kathy. Pin shots Cath, Sandy and Kathy.
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MINI CENT SALE When: Thursday March 22 at 9.30am Where: Hall 76 Capricorn Street Entry: $5 includes morning tea Tickets 50 cents each Lucky number board Lucky door prize and raffle