CLERMONT RAG FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 14, 2018
TAKE OFF ON AN OUT OF THIS WORLD OUTDOOR ADVENTURE A free under-the-stars production packed with space-aged belly laughs are set to charm audiences as it returns to Isaac with a sequel.
Astronomical 2 will take off on its out-of-thisworld outdoor adventures at the Bottom Oval, Clermont Sportsgrounds, Clermont on Wednesday, October 17, starting from 6.30pm:
The NQ Starshine and Full Throttle Theatre Company have teamed up to bring seven outdoor shows of Astronomical 2 to Isaac in September and October.
To give everyone a chance to experience looking through six large computer controlled telescopes, attendance is limited.
The audience will be guided through the history of the universe as seen through the eyes of Nicholas Copernicus, Edwin Hubble and others. Mayor Anne Baker said Isaac Regional Council supports diverse arts and cultural events across the region. “Delivering belly laughs as it explores the universe, the audience participates by looking at the various astronomical wonders through large computer controlled telescopes,” Mayor Baker said. “The magical cast will lead the audience through space with nuggets of science intermixed with the historical twists and turns from the characters’ perspectives. “The play is an outdoor production, where the sky is dark and the planets beckon.”
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Only 200 tickets are available at Clermont with a limit of five tickets per person. Tickets will not be available at the venues. It is essential to pick up free tickets from your local Isaac library. The audience must bring their own chairs or blankets to sit on. They may bring a picnic or buy refreshments from the canteen. Six of the performances are being funded through the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF), a partnership between the Queensland Government and Isaac Regional Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland. The Coppabella show is being funded using Community Drought Support Funding from the Department of Communities.
ST JOSEPH’S SCHOOL
STUDENT OF THE WEEK Year 5/6: Cooper Hutton for the effort that you put into your book presentation. Your class work is pristine across all learning areas and your handwriting is immaculate.
MAKING JESUS REAL AWARD Ivy Cunningham for the way you always include all of your friends when playing a game. In doing this you are keeping the Spirit of Jesus alive in our school.
Year 1: Ariana Hamill for showing courage. You always have a go and try your best. Bree Nitschke for the tremendous effort and amazing words you have been using in your writing. Year 2: Alex Barton for showing pride in yourself and St Joseph’s by having a positive attitude towards, learning, giving everything a go, asking for help and staying focussed. Year 3: Georgia Hutton for the enthusiasm and knowledge you demonstrate during every maths task. Year 4: Miley James for the fantastic improvement in concentration and spelling.
CLERMONT MULTI-PURPOSE HEALTH SERVICE UPDATE Clermont! It’s time to get excited. We are nearing the completion of works for our new residential aged care facility in Clermont. •
Landscaping has commenced and is due for completion soon.
Furniture has been ordered and we are waiting on delivery.
Finishing aesthetic touches for the building are being carried out as this edition goes to print.
Finalisation of room allocations are being thoroughly discussed with current residents and their families / significant others.
Following thorough consultation, the management team have worked closely with all staffing streams (e.g. Nursing, Operational Services and Administration) and have extensive contingencies in place for the move to proceed as smoothly and seamlessly as possible.
Excitement is in the air to see how this long planned for project will finally come to fruition for the Clermont Community. Watch this space for more information as the official opening is due soon.
CR LYN’S COLUMN “Another busy fortnight. However I had a However we are very fortunate to have such a few days off and travelled to Brisbane to compassionate Director of see my family. It was almost getting to the stage of having withdrawals as I had not seen them for so long. Did all the usual mother/grandmother activities. Movies, shopping, lunch, shopping. Almost felt a bit guilty saying that I had a splurge in Brisbane shopping, but as I do the majority of my shopping locally I guess it is OK to have a blow out occasionally. I have a daughter who absolutely hates shopping but thank goodness the grand daughter makes up for her. Actually had to get a bigger suitcase to come home with. Definitely not carry on luggage for the flight home. Fairly big week last week for meetings. Meetings are all very well so long as something is achieved and you learn from them. Went to the Springtime Cent Sale at the Anglican Church Hall. Just as well it is a great social afternoon with a great afternoon tea because, you guessed it - not one prize. Had a great time though and it was especially fun with the puzzle and problem pages that everyone had on their tables. Makes the old brain do a bit of work. Big thank you once again to our work camp fellows who have done a great job on the lagoon and other areas within our town.
Nursing (Jan) at the Clermont Hospital who has repeatedly encouraged all residents and their families to meet and chat with her and relay any concerns they may have to her and knowing Jan she would do her very best to ‘sort it’. Felt very privileged to have had a walk through the new building and it actually made a tear come to my eye as it was so much more than I had expected. It was wonderful. Lets hope for lots of registrations to participate in the Clermont to Capella Horse ride and Talent Show on this Friday and the Horse Sports on Saturday. If you can, get behind this worthy cause and support the Clermont and Capella Chaplaincy. You all know my reluctance around horses so I am fairly sure you won’t see me on a horse but I will be joining the riders for lunch on Friday. This Saturday also sees the opening of Ornabellas new Giftware & Wellness Store. I hope to see as many people as possible come and lend their support to Brooke and her staff as any new business for our mighty town of Clermont is worth getting excited about.
Just a reminder to any not-for-profit organisations who could use some assistance from the work camp fellows, just pop in and see me or give me a call.
Summer is definitely on its way as Axel has started to eat only once or twice a day. During he winter he grazes and is very hard to fill. He is very fortunate that for all that he does eat he doesn’t show it. Could have something to do with all the walks he is taken on.
Still waiting for the big wet to hit. I know the old saying is that there has never been a drought that has not been broken, but it is a right pain to think we are still waiting for the stuff to fall out of the sky.
Have to admit that when I am buggered I drive and he runs beside the vehicle. The only problem with that is that the only exercise I get is my right foot on the accelerator.
Our residents at Monash Lodge are getting very close to making the transition to their new home. Exciting for some, little bit scary for some and a little bit of reluctance for change from others.
Until next time......Lyn”
ROAD PROJECT RESTORES ROADS AND ENERGISES ECONOMY
A Council-contractor has assisted in energising the regional economy by spedning more thatn $1.14 million in Isaac as part of a $4 million road works project. The driving force behind the restoration and reconstruction of 65km of road across 94 sections. Isaac Regional Council contractor Epoca Constructions conducted the five-month project by restoring unsealed roads, reconstructing sealed roads and fixed drainage structures.
“More than 30 employees and subcontractors were involved in the delivery of the contracted work,” she said. “They have spent nearly 30 per cent locally and we thank the contractors for spending local and energising our economy. “Road works are always an important part of a local government’s schedule and natural disasters can place a massive burden on ratepayers.”
Five road teams were dispatched around Clermont, Middlemount, Dysart, Moranbah, St Lawrence and Glenden between February and June.
The total project used 15km of gravel re-sheeting and 19km of heavy formation grading was completed in addition to sections of seal restoration and concrete repairs.
Mayor Anne Baker said the restoration of Isaac’s essential public assets are crucial to ensuring the region’s economic lifeblood continues to beat.
Mayor Baker said the program is extremely important to our future and for our mining, cattle, transport and tourism industries. For an update on road programs, visit www.isaac.qld.gov.au for more information.
IN STEP WITH COMMUNITY ON CAPELLA ST FOOTPATH Clermont business operators and local residents are being invited to have their say on proposed improvements to the footpath in Capella Street. Improvements to the footpath between Herschel and Sirius streets are planned as part of Council’s 201819 Capital Works program, funded under the State Government’s Works For Queensland program. Mayor Anne Baker said the footpath upgrade would help to improve pedestrian safety in Capella St. “Capella St is the commercial centre of Clermont. Upgrading the condition of the footpath will enhance the amenity of this precinct and reduce the likelihood of slips, trips and falls,” she said. “We are also committed to minimising disruption and maintaining access to Capella St businesses while these planned improvements occur.”
Mayor Baker said she encouraged the Clermont community to have a say on the project by providing feedback over the coming weeks. “We want to have a conversation with Capella St business operators and the community to ensure we capture and address, as much as possible, any concerns they may have,” she said. “This is Clermont’s town centre and we want community buy-in on the proposed outcomes, including issues such as the type of finish applied to new sections of footpath, within the limitations of the project budget.” People can provide feedback by completing an online survey about the project on Council’s website or by following the link: www.surveymonkey.com/r/RGT79V8 Printed surveys are also available from Council’s Clermont Office and Library.
WHAT IS AN RII CONVERSION? Submitted by Lou Power The Australian Government in 2011 decided to harmonise the construction industry and ticketing laws to come into full effect from January 1, 2012. The Federal Government requested that all states were to follow the mining industry system and have earth moving tickets and various other training units become competency based in the construction industry. This meant the regulator (WHSQ) compliance for people to “hold tickets” were no longer to regulate or enforce this system.
This is how your employer or prospective employer ensures you are compliant prior to starting employment or, if already employed, by requesting that you convert your expired tickets to the Resource and Infrastructure Industry RII system. Previously, tickets from training completed were issued and are commonly called: Old style tickets Old OHS tickets – “the pale blue & white ones” Old OHS tickets. – “the yellow and blue ones with the construction picture on the front”
The responsibility and duty of care is on behalf of the employer or contractor making it the same responsibility the mining companies provide and require from their workers or operators. An overhaul of the high risk licencing system has been revamped as well. Harmonisation means responsibility not requirement. For example, a car seat belt won’t stop you having an accident but is your safety system in the event of an accident. Competency statements of attainment are your seat belt in this scenario by the way you are practicing, learning how to drive/operate the machine and have an overall understanding of safe operation.
This photo is an example of the Old Style/expired tickets that were once regulated by Occupational Health and Safety (WHSQ) under the previous system.
CLERMONT JUNIOR BULLS Under 11’s, 13’s and 16’s TRAINING 14th & 21st September 4:30pm at nets. We need you to register online by 20 September for this season. Follow the link on our Facebook site Clermont Junior cricket Association or go to https://www.playcricket.com.au/club-finder/ club-details?id=13566 Cost $100 registration + you need a club shirt. Any parents who are keen to help coach or are keen pitch Curators, please contact Kim Williams on 4985 2803 or Trish on 0437 630 414. Keep watching for details on the new Junior Blasters.
October 13th Forum Communicators Workshop open to public 9am-12pm - Learn Meeting Procedures 1-4pm Speechmaking
To register, please call or email Marg Finger on 49831380 email@example.com
POSITION VACANT Link Mining Services is seeking a casual Store Person for stocktaking and parts inventory cataloguing. Skills Required: • Experience in stores work • Electrical or mechanical trade or knowledge • Basic computer skills using Excel and Word Role would suit a retired Store Person or Tradesperson. Work hours negotiable. Please forward your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Sarah on 0484 292 638.
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RELIGIOUS NOTICES ANGLICAN CHURCH SERVICE ALL SAINTS’ CLERMONT
ST MARY’S CHURCH September Service times:
Service times: Sundays 9am, Wednesdays 9.30am Crafternoon will be held each Wednesday afternoon in the Church Hall, commencing at 2pm. Please bring a piece of craft to work on and enjoy a chat and a cuppa. Messy Church Saturday, September 22, Church hall Sunday September 23, no service All Saints. Horseride to Clermont to Capella, fundraiser for Chaplaincy, Clermont and Capella, September 14 -15. Address: Cnr Daintree and Capricorn Streets. Contact: Rev Anne Nixon 4983 3484
Sunday 16 Sunday 23 Sunday 30
NEW CREATION FELLOWSHIP CLERMONT ‘Come as you are’ Service time: Sundays, 10am Address: Scouts Hall, Daintree Street Ps Trevor and Roxanne Cole: 4983 3980
8am 8am 8am
UNITING CHURCH Service time: Sundays, 8am Address: Cnr Capella and Box Streets Website: clermontcapellauc.org.au
LIFE CHURCH Service time: Sundays, 9am Address: 58 Capella Street Office: Monday and Tuesday, 4983 2926 Ps Allan Kelly: 0417 095 918 Regular events: Mainly Music (0-5 years): Mondays, 9.15am Horse Riding: Wednesdays, 4pm - 5.30pm CLAW Youth: Fridays, 7pm - 9pm
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CLERMONT SALEYARDS The J.R. Turner Saleyards, commonly referred to as the Clermont Saleyards, is an equipped facility including an agent’s office, amenities and kiosk. The Clermont Saleyards provides the following services:
Water troughs in all yards
Herringbone Drafting Yards
Weekly Cattle Trains
Bull Selling Ring
Onsite truck-wash and wash-down bay for weed control
Vital rail loading Facility
Selling Centre for the Isaac region
Registered Dipping facilities and Tick Clearing Certification
Owner and Operator: Isaac Regional Council
108 Sale Pens
Location: Wattle Hill Road, Clermont
Dip available for third party Tick Certifiers for clearing by arrangement.
EU Accredited facility (EUSY4721)
Cattle Tick Accredited Certifier.
Andrew Eaton is the Manager of the Clermont Saleyards. Andrew brings a wealth of knowledge with more than a decade of experience in saleyards operations including managing the Emerald Saleyards for seven years.
Council is continually improving service and quality of the saleyards. The Clermont Saleyards is the only EU Accredited Saleyard in the Isaac region. Facilities •
Full deck weighbridge
Triple trailer access from the north
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For more details on the saleyards contact: Andrew Eaton Saleyards Manager Isaac Regional Council Phone: 0429 831 412 or 0417 732 845 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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CLERMONT HISTORICAL CENTRE
100 OBJECTS Clermont’s history is set to be unveiled in a revealing exhibition for the first time. The vast collection will be showcased representing Clermont’s eclectic and colourful past. Explore our history and discover our stories from the collection’s 100 objects. Here’s your chance to relive your childhood and connect yourself to a period in history.
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EXHIBITION RUNS MARCH 7 TO DECEMBER 2018
Clermont Historical Centre Gregory Highway WED TO SAT 9AM - 3PM $6 adults $4 pensioners $3 children under 12 years $15 per family with two or more children
DATE CLAIMERS NOVEMBER
1 Billa Park Simmental Bull Sale
12 Cattle Sale to Capella Horse Ride with 14-15 Clermont talent show and family fun day
1 Small Halls Festival Citizens Markets Rose Harris 3 Senior Park
21 Peace Poles Planting Ceremony
9 St Mary’s Parish Christmas Fair
OCTOBER 4 Burenda Angus/Brangus Bull Sale
Citizens Markets Rose Harris 6 Senior Park 13 Forum Communicators Workshop
Citizens Markets Rose Harris 1 Senior Park 7 Christmas in the Park
17 Cattle Sale 25 Senior Citizens Mini Cent Sale 31 Beef Expo
MEETING NOTICES CLERMONT & EMERALD BUFFALO CLUBS
CLERMONT PATCHWORK AND QUILTERS GROUP INC
Have amalgamated and meet at the Leo Hotel on the fourth Sunday of each month at 11am. Further enquiries call 0408 060 291.
Monthly meeting held on the third Thursday of the month at 10am at 76 Capricorn Street, Senior Citizen’s Hall.
MONASH LODGE INC
MEALS ON WHEELS CLERMONT
Monthly meeting held on the second Wednesday of the month at 4pm in the meeting room at Monash Lodge.
Meetings will be held at Monash Lodge at 2pm, October 8 and December 10.
The next meeting is September 12.
New members/volunteers are most welcome.
CLERMONT COMMUNITY HOUSING AND OTHER SERVICES
For information contact Les on 0458 595 440.
Monthly meetings held on the third Tuesday of the month at 5pm at Lagoona, 2 Lime Street.
CLERMONT RIFLE CLUB will be holding it’s Annual General Meeting on Sunday, October7 after the Sunday shoot.
FORUM COMMUNICATORS is a public speaking group based in Clermont. Meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month (except school holidays) 5.30pm to 6.3pm in the Grand Hotel Function Room. Guests welcome. For further information contact Debbie McCann on 4983 2063.
Meetings are held every second Thursday of the month at the Pottery Hut from 6.30pm.
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DISABILITY ACTION WEEK Disability Action Week is the theme for Storytime today as this week has been Disability Action Week. Disability Action Week aims to empower people with disabilities, raise awareness of disability issues, and improve access and inclusion throughout the community. Libraries have large print books and audio books, both CDformat and digital audio books, available for people with visual impairment.
THAR’S TREASURE IN LIBRARIES Pirates love treasure and feel right at home in libraries as libraries hold a trove of literacy treasures. Come in and have a look at the ‘treasures’ on offer to patrons…and thar’s more than ‘traditional’ books in the treasure chest. Don’t be surprised if you see pirates hanging out at Isaac Libraries throughout next week as the libraries will be joining in the fun of ‘Talk Like a Pirate Day’. ‘Talk Like a Pirate Day’ will be held nationally on Wednesday, September 19 and aims to raise awareness of and funds for Childhood Cancer Support. Storytime for Friday, September 21 will have a pirate theme so all ye little pirates are welcome to dress up.
DON’T MISS THE HOLIDAY FUN Clermont Library will be holding children’s holiday craft sessions during the September/October school holidays. These sessions are suitable for children aged from five years and bookings are essential as each session is limited to 15 participants. Craft sessions will be held on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, from 10am to 11am. Rhyme Time and Baby Bounce sessions will not be held during the school holidays, but Story Time sessions will continue.
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, Baby Bounce 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.
NEW ARRIVALS •
Scared to Death by Kate Medina
Two Little Girls by Kate Medina
Gallows Drop by Mari Hannah
The Death Messenger by Mari Hannah
Killing for Keeps by Mari Hannah
PUBLIC NOTICES EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT FOR RATES NOTICES
Ratepayers who make prompt payment on or before October 24 will receive a 10 per cent discount on general rates.
Isaac Regional Council would like to advise residents that rates notices will be issued from Monday, September 24.
If you have not received your rates notice by Friday, September 28 please contact Council. Ratepayers can register their details for electronic notices by speaking to Councilâ€™s Rates Team by phoning 1300 ISAACS (1300 472 227) or emailing email@example.com between 8.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday.
Discount period closes October 24. Ratepayers who have encountered delays with the postal service in their area can register their email address with Council for an additional rates notice to be issued electronically. If you have recently moved or changed your contact details, please check that you have informed Council to ensure delivery of rates notices on time.
Gary Stevenson PSM Chief Executive Officer
HEALTH, FITNESS AND SPORTS NEWS CLERMONT SPORTING SHOOTERS WANTING TO BECOME A MEMBER? Please contact Lloyd on 4983 2010 or Frances on 4983 1478. We shoot on the first and third Sunday of every month. Arrive at the range at 9.30am to commence shooting at 10am. Anyone who is interested in shooting rifles or pistols are welcome to attend.
You can also find us on Facebook @ SSAA Clermont Branch Inc. The Annual General meeting will be on Sunday, September 16. A Firearms Safety Course will be held on Saturday, September 22. If interested, please phone 4983 2010 to register. If no answer, leave a message and we will get back to you, or message us via our Facebook page.
Peter McCleary was the winner of the stroke competition with rundowns to Dave Ohl and Jerry Marr. Jerry also won least putts. Vets hit off every Thursday at 2pm and visitors are welcome.
HEALTH, FITNESS AND SPORTS NEWS CLERMONT SPORTS CENTRE Contact: 07 4983 1422 Address: 7 Jupiter Street www.clermontsportscentre.com
TRX STRENGTH TRAINING every suspension training exercise builds functional strength and improves flexibility, balance and core stability all at once as is required in everyday life. This class is capped at 6 people. 45 minutes. TRX FLEX/STRETCH TRX flex incorporates strength through training, this class is capped at 6 people. 30-45 minutes. FUNCTIONAL FITNESS Functional fitness trains your muscles to work together and prepare them for daily tasks by simulating common movements you might do at home, at work or in sports. While using various muscles in the upper and lower body at the same time, functional fitness exercises also emphasize core stability. STRETCH CLASS Improve the flexibility of your joints and muscles with our stretch classes. Stretching is a vital component in any fitness regime, whether you’re a fitness newbie or a professional level athlete, it can boost the effectiveness of your workout routine. THUMP A 1 hour boxing for fitness class, boxing equipment is provided(gloved, focus pads, kickshields, etc). Inners must be work, these can be purchased from reception for $5 previous to beginning the session.
VIRTUAL RIP A high intensity strength conditioning class using barbell and light dumbbell weights. 45 minutes – 1 hour in duration.
VIRTUAL CYCLE CHALLENGE Revolution by group Rx is a cycling program that brings the outdoor ride – inside. Interval bases cadence training takes your classes through sprints, hill and mountains, to achieve results and personal goals. Revolution is a 60-minute cycling program tailor-made for anyone who can ride a bike. This class is capped at 10 participants.
KANGA TRAINING Kanga training is a complete workout during which both cardiovascular endurance/ flexibility and muscular capacity/ strength are enhanced. Unlike traditional exercise classes, new mums need not worry about finding a babysitter or minding an unsettled baby during class because the babies are worn on them and get to be part of the action! As well as the physical benefits, the opportunity to meet other local mums in a fun, relaxed environment boosts their emotional wellbeing. The pelvic floor and abdominal muscles as well as correct posture are given special attention. Kangatrainers are also trained in babywearing best practices and can help mums ensure the safest and most comfortable carrying positions for their babies.
TRX strength training
7pm TRX flex/stretch
Ladies Indoor Volleyball
Ladies Indoor Volleyball
5pm Virtual Rip 6pm Revolution virtual cycle challenge WEDNESDAY 9.30am 6pm
Kanga Training coming soon Functional Fitness
7pm Stretch class THURSDAY 10.15am
5pm Virtual Rip 6pm THUMP SATURDAY 8.30am THUMP Revolution 9.30am virtual cycle challenge
Stableford results sponsored by Isaac Regional Council. Ladies winner was Cath Allwood, runner up Shirley Harvey. Pin shots to Cath, Essie and Sandy. Men’s winner was Peter Smith, runner up Alan McGuiness. Pin shots to Bruce, Gary and John. Saturday starters and stayers comp New golfers most welcome. For more information contact Rhonda on 0438 195 790.
HEALTH, FITNESS AND SPORTS NEWS MAD ABOUT FITNESS Contact: 0448 007 263 Address: 41 James Road All classes and open gym are $15.
The more calories you burn, the more productive your workouts will be and the faster you will lose fat.
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.
LET’S 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.
This will increase fat metabolism at rest and help slim and tone those problematic areas.
CIRCUIT TRAINING: this is a form of body conditioning or resistance training using high-intensity/lowintensity aerobic energy. It targets strength building and muscular endurance.
Although not targeted, general whole body conditioning applies and while challenging, is more than suitable for any fitness level. 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.
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.
FIGHT CLUB JIU JITSU Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is a martial art specialising in submission grappling. It is a non-striking sport that promotes fitness, selfconfidence, respect, flexibility and teaches self defence strategies. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu classes have now started for Adults and Kids (8+). Both Gi and no-Gi classes are being offered. Follow the “Fight Club Jiu Jitsu Clermont “Facebook page for more information. Adults classes are Mondays and Wednesdays from 6.30pm 7.30pm Kids classes are Wednesdays from 4.30pm - 5.15pm Open Mat sparring sessions every Saturday from 10.00am (adults only) Registration is $25 and classes are $10. If your child is under 8 and is interested, please express this interest with the club.
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.
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
CLERMONT RIFLE ASSOCIATION INC The annual general meeting will be held on Sunday, October 7 after the Sunday shoot. Results Clermont Butchery 500 metres: Fullbore - highest score possible 105.21 C Solomon 105.7, A Wilson 104.7, E Cronin 103.2, L Solomon 102.7 F Class - highest score possible 126.21 M Kerlin 124.6, N Williamson 118.12, P Kerlin 115.4, N Byrne 113.2, J McDermott 109.2 This Sunday 400 metres, 9am start. Firearm Safety Courses now available at Clermont Rifle Range. For any enquiries please contact Jan Thornhill on 0408 980 939 or Noel (Bear) Byrne on 0419 791 751 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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