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Issue 911 - Wednesday, December 8, 2021

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Santa’s on his way Mount Gambier Central continues to support Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal through donations from the centre’s Santa photos Each year, the Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal plays a critical role in ensuring that vulnerable and isolated people in our city experience the joy of Christmas. Last year, a record amount of more than $40,000 was raised by the community for the appeal

which assisted approximately 700 adults and more than 620 children and teenagers with Christmas food hampers, vouchers or gifts. Just $50 can help one local family, with demand expected to be higher than ever due to challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mount Gambier Central are proud to continue to play a significant role in supporting the fundraising for the Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal and helping raise awareness of the Appeal over the past 10 years. Throughout the year all the funds raised through

the collection and recycling of the centre’s cans and bottles are donated the Appeal with the help of a small team of volunteers. Mount Gambier Central are again this year donating $1 from each Santa photo sitting to the Appeal. Santa will arrive at Mount Gambier Central on Saturday,

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Kerry, Shane & staff wish everyone a happy festive season



Other 2021 Successful Projects Riding for the Disabled -$1500 A grant to build an outdoor mounting ramp, providing a safe mounting and unmounting area for clients, volunteers, and coaches. The Tatiara Men’s Shed - $3800 A grant to level a concrete floor area to house a special machine for leveling redgum slabs. These slabs are then used by the Men’s Shed members to make wood products helping the group with its goals. Kingston Small Steps - $5000 Larry’s Offspring – A grant to engage nationally recognised Limestone Coast artist JoJo Spook, to conduct a series of workshops during the 2022 Fringe on Tour Festival in Kingston, and construct mini Larry the Lobster art installations using community donated cray pots and ocean debris. Padthaway Primary School - $3155 Indigenous Bush Tucker Garden – A grant to establish a bush tucker garden to bring awareness to Australia’s native edible plant species, so that future generations can remain connected to a rich and vibrant history. Donovans Recreational Advisory Committee Inc. - $1,100 A grant to support the new Community Hub, that has been established to support the lifestyle, health and wellbeing of Donovans residents. Frances Progress Association $2710 A grant to support the planning and design stage of the new Frances Recreation Reserve development, which includes a BMX track, native landscaping, interpretive nature play spaces, and walking/bike trails. Moorak Public Hall Inc.- $2,450 A grant to purchase a defibrillator to support the health and wellbeing of the Hall users and wider community. Penola Festival Association Inc. $3450 Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival 2022 – A grant to engage parents’ clubs of six local primary schools and kindies to facilitate the Families Program activities during the festival. Fringe Mount Gambier -$6500 Fringe OUTReach – A grant to take Fringe art experiences directly to positive aged care community members living regionally, who experience barriers (amplified by the pandemic) to accessing and participating in art events and experiences. Beachport Surf Lifesaving Club $2530 (pictured right) A grant to support building a roof over safety storage equipment containers, providing coverage to volunteers in inclement weather conditions. Joanna Community Hall Inc. $1630 A grant to support work on updating the Hall’s kitchen to provide the community with an important meeting space for social and community events. Millicent Flexible Learning Centre - $394 A grant to support students at the centre in Millicent to tailor personalised and alternative education outcomes. Keith Hospital - $1158 A grant to support the Keith Hospital Future Fund.

Community project windfall Stand Like Stone Foundation hands out almost $50,000 Limestone Coast community foundation Stand Like Stone has handed out almost $50,000 in community grants to projects across the region. From a driver education program to support for surf lifesaving, from a children’s program at an arts festival to the purchase of a defibrillator, the Stand Like Stone Foundation windfalls are giving a hand up a total of 14 community groups and their vital projects. Stand Like Stone Foundation CEO Anne Kerr said the impact of donations to the foundation continues to be realised every year, with donations invested to earn income which is then given back to the community annually. “The beauty of a donation to Stand Like Stone is that 100% stays local and supports this region forever,” she said. “We’re delighted to once again be able to support so many important projects for the Limestone Coast.” When assessing grant applications, the committee considered factors such as the wider impact of projects, identified community needs and in-kind support.

“We’d like to thank everyone who applied for a grant and congratulate the successful projects,” Mrs Kerr said. “At the end of the day, it’s thanks to our sponsors, donors, supporters, and grant applicants that we can realise our vision of inspiring community kindness and courage.” Topping the list of recipients was the Red Cross Driver Mentor Program that is looking to trial its hugely successful Limestone Coast program to the Upper South East, taking in Bordertown, Kingston, Naracoorte and Robe, with a focus on migrants. Red Cross Limestone Coast services manager David Walshaw said not having a driver’s licence

makes life difficult for new arrivals to the region. From social isolation to making it hard to gain employment, especially when work opportunities outside of Mount Gambier where there are no public transport options, it all ends up with local self esteem. “Many of our new arrivals come from countries where they didn’t have a car and couldn’t afford it and if they did have a licence, they often weren’t eligible to transfer it,” Mr Walshaw said, at a car handover for the program earlier this year. “For me the question was, what can we do about it?” Overcoming language barriers are just one of the many

challenges for the program, which was a pilot in the Limestone Coast and has since been rolled out in Ceduna’s indigenous community, as well as a Riverland program. “It is a program that has taken a whole of community involvement,” Mr Walshaw said. And that is just the type of program Stand Like Stone is all about supporting. MIGRANT DRIVER TRAINING PROGRAM: Driving instructor Eric Sibomana; Red Cross Limestone Coast regional manger David Walshaw; OGR dealer principal Bryce Roberts & driver instructor in training Barazan Zadnan at a car handover earlier this year.

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Environmental champion honoured Maureen Christie makes South Australian Women’s Honour Roll Maureen Christie might not have grown up in this region but once she moved to the Limestone Coast she set about being hands on with a raft of environmentally significant projects. That commitment, which dates back to 1994 when she relocated from Victoria to Carpenter Rocks, has recently been recognised with Maureen named as one of 19 women on the 2021 South Australian Women’s Honour Roll. Presented with the honour as part of a ceremony last month that included South Australian Governor Frances Adamson AC and Minister for Human Services Michelle Lensink MLC, Maureen was acknowledged for her work as an environmental champion and community educator. Maureen’s 26 years of volunteer service spans a wide variety of roles and projects.

She started commenting on environmental management plan drafts, initiated a feral cat baiting program in known roosting sites of the red-listed Orange-bellied Parrot in the area, and participated in the establishment of an Orangebellied Parrot SA Working Group. In 1995, Maureen became a founding member of Friends of Mount Gambier Area Parks, for which she acted as Treasurer 19962001 and Secretary 1997-2001. She also was a member of the Country Women’s Association and served as the President of its Tantanoola Branch for two years. Since 2001, Maureen has focussed on shorebird conservation, community education and research and has been a trailblazer in the area, with her shorebird work actually dating back to 1995 during a visit of the Victorian Wader Study Group (VWSG) to South Australia. That’s when she started training in handson shorebird research

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and six years later she received her A-class bird banding authority and became the first woman in South Australia, and only the second woman in Australia, to hold an endorsement for cannon-netting, which is required to trap, tag and release shorebirds for research. Maureen has been leading or co-leading the shorebird fieldwork of the VWSG in South Australia ever since, which has included surveying and catching in the South East (determination of Sanderling and Ruddy Turnstone

departure weights, deployment and retrieval of geolocators on Ruddy Turnstones to establish migration routes) and in the Thompson Beach area (Grey Plover satellite tracking), among other projects. Colleague Tania Rajiic said that in a male-dominated field, Maureen had been an inspiration to other women, and by providing training and mentoring, had contributed to empowering other women to follow in her steps. “Maureen is a passionate, competent and hard-working person, who is well known in the local community and recognised across Australia for her shorebird work,” Tania said. “Her exceptional, sustained contribution has raised public

awareness of shorebirds, and has achieved tangible results for shorebird conservation through research, on-ground management actions, and shaping of policy. “Maureen’s outstanding commitment and leadership by example are an inspiration for other women to follow in her steps.” The shorebird work led by Maureen has resulted in numerous reports, peer-reviewed articles and newspaper items, and one of her field work days was featured in the first chapter of Andrew Darby’s 2020 book Flight Lines. She has also served on several committees and working groups and was a key player in establishing the Friends of Shorebirds SE, leading weekly shorebird surveys for the group, as well as monitoring beach-nesting birds and contributing to their protection through collaborative on-ground management actions like the temporary fencing of nests. Community education has also been a passion for Maureen, running workshops for school students, activities under Maureen’s leadership have included, for example, workshops for schoolchildren, giving talks to community groups, designing and installing displays, and disseminating information materials. ENVIRONMENTAL TRAILBLAZER: (Above) Maureen Christie (centre) with Minister for Human Services Michelle Lensink MLC & South Australian Governor Frances Adamson AC at the awards ceremony and (left) Maureen Christie at work in the field.

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Film Society looking forward to a huge 2022 The Limestone Coast’s Reels Film Society is gearing up for an entertaining 2022 with a rejuvenated committee with a much anticipated and diverse movie program that is likely to appeal to ardent lovers of cinema. Reels is part of a worldwide movement of film societies that have found the past two years challenging in COVID times with many societies in Australia and overseas having to curtail or abandon their regular program. The new committee, led by incoming president Rob Forgan, is aiming to introduce limited release films that are rarely seen outside capital city cinemas to the Limestone Coast community. “There is no doubt that cinemas and the arts industry in general has suffered as a result of the pandemic, but we recognise the opportunity to revive our membership based society in partnership with the Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre,” Mr Forgan said. “The new committee has made a bold start with the popular screening of the 1987 Award winning comedy drama Bagdad Café, from West Germany and the USA, last month and will screen the Oscar winning 2020 Danish

Late Night Op Shopping is back by popular demand with a second night of sustainable shopping on offer on Tuesday, December 14. Running from 4-7pm, the chance to make this Chrsitmas more eco-friendly, this is an opportunity to head to any of the eight participating stores for your Kris Kringle gifts, some summer clothes or other gifts and table decorations ready for trhe festive season. ADRA, the Lifeline Shop, the penola Op Shop, The Boandik Terrace Salvation Army Thrift Shop, Vinnies, the Lifeline Warehouse, the Church of Christ outlet and the Anglican Belltower are all part of the Op Shop initiative.

Lifestyle & Comfort drama-comedy hit Another Round (pictured), starring Mads Mikkelsen on Thursday, December 16.” The Sir Robert Helpmann Theatre in Mount Gambier is home to Reels and movies are usually screened on the third Thursday of each month. The program may vary slightly and the dates and times for the next two years are available on the society’s website. Film societies are membership based and Reels is affiliated with the Federation of Victorian Film Societies and this link enables the society to secure movies for their members at reduced rates as well as operational guidance.

“Our members benefit by having inexpensive access to art house films from Australia and overseas every month where they can sit back in comfort in the company of friends and enjoy highly rated films that are rarely seen in regional areas with a complimentary drink on arrival,” Mr Forgan said. “New members are always welcome and we look forward to many of our returning members coming to Another Round in December. “Our committee has decided that December 16 is a once only Come and Try opportunity for existing members to bring along a guest for free with a view to joining Reels in 2022.”

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The Lifeboat SE mental wellbeing initiative has received a $1200 boost from the Lions Club of Mount Gambier. Lions Club director and community projects leader Steve Bell said the donation was given as part of Men’s Mental Health Week and would be used locally to support counselling. He said the club was able to raise the funds thanks in part to the generosity of Aaron Davis from Jens Hotel, Bill Burley from the Blue Lake Golf Club and Joanne Gabriel of Gabriel’s Catering. Club president Jill Austin made

the presentation to Lifeboat SE representative Matthew Brooks at the club’s Den on Hastings Cunningham Reserve. Mr Brooks said he greatly appreciated the donation. Lifeboat SE was set up by people who have experienced high levels of stress, anxiety and depression, and family members who have worked through tough periods with loved ones. It has the motto ‘local mates supporting local mates.’ The group aims to provide a safe and relaxed environment for discussions, with members

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Keeping connected Hard working volunteer wins State honour

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He is not Mount Gambier born and bred but Steve Toope has poured his heart and soul into the community since relocating from New South Wales in his 20s and last month he was honoured for that tireless volunteer work with a 2021 Regional Showcase Award. The awards scheme is the evolution of the former SA Great and Brand SA awards program and Steve has honoured with the Meaningful Connection Award in a ceremony at the Adelaide Hills Convention Centre with Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development David Basham handing out the awards. “The Regional Showcase is a chance for our whole community to celebrate South Australia’s regions and their importance in the life of this State,” Minister Basham said. “Despite all the challenges, our regions continue to grow and thrive. The stories shared through this year’s Regional Showcase exemplify the strength and resilience of our regions and the people who call them home. They are inspirational and diverse, just as the various landscapes that cross this State.” And Steve provides one of those inspirational stories, with his

volunteering across a variety of community groups and projects seeing him honoured with the Meaningful Connection Award. He certainly had good role models, fondly remembering his parents as hands on community members when he was growing up. “Mum and dad were always involved in our sport, the school and other groups,” Steve said. And on arrival in Mount Gambier some four decades ago, he wasted no time lending a hand, starting as a junior soccer coach and eventually joining Rotary. Even his working life was all about lending a helping hand and even now, in what is supposed to be retirement, Steve has upskilled as a financial counsellor. “I have always worked in community organisations, including aged care, and have dealt with all sorts of issues – financial problems, relationship breakdowns, drugs and alcohol issues and everything in between,” Steve said. “With the past couple of years with COVID, those sort of issues are going to continue even though we are moving back to what we consider normal life.” Steve pointed to the recent SBS

series Could You Survive on the Breadline? In showing just how tough life can be when finances are under pressure. “These issues are not new – they have been around for ages but we are going to see a lot of families and individuals under pressure,” he said. “It is one of the reasons I decided to get into financial counselling. I have got some skills and expertise as I have gone through life and I feel like I can use them to help the community.” From the Cancer Council fundraiser Relay for Life to Mount Gambier’s New Year’s Eve celebrations, which have been shelved for 2021, from joining the board of Lifeline to working with refugees resettling in the region, Steve has made volunteering a central part of his life for decades. “I think with all voluntary roles you always get more back than you give,” Steve said. “Sometimes getting volunteers is like pulling teeth but if people just give it a go they will see how rewarding it is and everyone does just a little bit, the load can be shared. You would be surprised how you can only give a small amount of your time but it can make such a difference to someone else.”

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They are stories we never want to forget and ‘The RSL – A Time to Celebrate’ is a program that has captured and now showcases those stories from veterans and war widows from World War II going forward. Featuring podcasts and a collection of photographs, ‘The RSL – A Time to Celebrate’ will be on show at the Mount Gambier Community RSL this weekend. Supported by the Department of Veterans Affairs and facilitated by Christian Teusner in conjunction with the Tanunda RSL UB Branch, the exhibition and podcasts are constantly evolving, with new podcasts to be uploaded and images to be curated. “The objective of the program has been to provide an opportunity for members to engage and share their views,

express themselves publicly, provide positive well being within the community and network of the members and to recognise their sacrifices, triumphs, unselfish loyalty and commitment to creating a better world for future generations,” Christian said. “There have been some amazing moments of wonderful human experiences and

moments of emotion captured to date and I encourage everybody to take their time over the coming months to explore as many of these stories and adventures as possible as they are published. “Help us celebrate the significance and contribution made by those who served our country but also to those who were the support network behind the scenes, family, partners and community.” The podcasts can be downloaded and listened to in your own time via this link https:// thewaywewere.podbean.com This weekend’s visit to Mount Gambier sees the exhibition available from 11am to 3pm on Saturday and Sunday and entry is free.



Isabella flying high Pilot takes home prestigious student award When Isabella Lamb was announced as the 2021 Tenison Woods College Flyers Award she added a new dimension to the prestigious award. The award acknowledges a senior school student who has demonstrated their ability to go beyond what is generally expected of them, put others before themselves and has a strong sense of comradeship, focussing on their service to the college community. But when it comes to Isabella, she not only fulfilled that criteria but she actually can fly and is working towards a career as a commercial pilot. The Flyers Award honours the sacrifice and service of those men

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and women who served their country in a variety of military capacities, including four college alumni - Anthony Casadio, John Friedricks, Reginald Van Leuven and Errol Kavanagh – who all lost their lives in flying accidents. Mount Gambier RSL president Bob Sandow was the basin behind the Flyers Award and he was again on hand to make the presentation at the school’s 2021 Remembrance Day ceremony. “I approached Tenison Woods College about six years ago to create a scholarship to honour the four

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old scholars,” Mr Sandow said. “Except for Tony, all of the boys survived Vietnam then died doing what they have always wanted to do, that is fly. “Tenison Woods College then Marist Brothers Agricultural College gave them their wings, and the Defence Force taught them to fly. “ My wife and I fund the award on behalf of the Mount Gambier Community RSL and will continue to do so as long as we can.” Isabella received the Flyers Award for being a positive, persistent and a hard-working student. She displayed great dedication to her study, constantly sought to improve her capabilities, academic success and relationships. She is descirbed as a delightful student, pleasant to staff and her peers and resilient in any situation, welcoming challenges positively. She was selected to undertake the Royal Australian Air Force Aviation Program which was a four-day Aviation Program at the Edinburgh base in Adelaide. The aim of Aviation Program is to provide aspiring women with an overview of life in the Air Force, particularly in aviation and engineering roles. With a total of 43 flying hours completed, 31 with an instructor and 12 solo, Isabella has already gained her passenger carrying endorsement which allows her to take passengers. “I had absolutely no idea that I was winning this award, I was really shocked,” Isabella said. “I felt proud to be standing on the shoulders on the four previous flyers and representing their values and passion for flying. “Mum and Dad are really proud and have supported me with my flying journey.” Isabella attention now turns to the navigation al course before embarking on the completion of year 12 in 2022 before pursuing her commercial pilot dream. Taylor Fatchen was the inaugural winner of the award in 2018, followed by Mitchell Watt (2019) and Patrick McCourt (2020). FLYING HIGH: (Above top right) RSL President Bob Sandow, pictured with 2021 Tenison Woods College Flyers Award Winner Isabella Lamb and (above bottom left) Isabella in front of a plane after one of her many flights as a solo pilot.


Santa’s on his way Mount Gambier Central continues to support Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal through donations from the centre’s Santa photos Each year, the Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal plays a critical role in ensuring that vulnerable and isolated people in our city experience the joy of Christmas. Last year, a record amount of more than $40,000 was raised by the community for the appeal which assisted approximately 700 adults and more than 620 children and teenagers with Christmas food hampers, vouchers or gifts. Just $50 can help one local family, with demand expected to be higher than ever due to challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. All donations to the appeal are distributed through the Christmas Cheer Program delivered by the following agencies: • Uniting Care • ac.care • Lifeline SE • St Vincent De Paul • The Salvation Army

Why support the Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal: • The appeal relies solely on the support of local donors – the service is additional to the role played by local agencies and is not possible without contributions from local individuals, families, groups and businesses. • Demand for support is increasing and the service is becoming stretched - while contributions from the local community have been reasonably consistent, the demand for support at Christmas has increased by almost 20% over the past five years. • The appeal is a unique local initiative - 100% of the funds are sourced and distributed locally. The City of Mount Gambier supports the Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal by acting as a collection point for the agencies. Outside any fees charged by the financial institutions, 100% of your donation is distributed to the participating agencies. Donations can be made through the following channels: 1. Call Council on (08) 8721 2555 with your credit card details on hand. 2. In person at the City of Mount Gambier customer service counter

- Civic Centre, 10 Watson Terrace. 3. Send a cheque made out to ‘City of Mount Gambier’ PO Box 56 Mount Gambier SA 5290 with advice that the cheque is a donation to the Mayor’s Community Christmas Appeal. For further details or any questions regarding the appeal, contact City of Mount Gambier on 8721 2555 or email city@ mountgambier.sa.gov.au Mount Gambier Central are proud to continue to play a significant role in supporting the fundraising for the Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal and helping raise awareness of the Appeal over the past 10 years. Throughout the year all the funds raised through the collection and recycling of the centre’s cans and bottles are donated the Appeal with the help of a small team of

volunteers. Mount Gambier Central are again this year donating $1 from each Santa photo sitting to the Appeal. Santa photos are only $6 for a 6x4 photo and photo mount and a free gift for every child. Santa will arrive at Mount Gambier Central on Saturday, December 14 at 11am and will be at the centre daily between 11am and 2pm until Christmas Eve and 4pm to 7pm on Thursday, December 19. To visit Santa, you will

need to pre-book online at www. mountgambiercentral.com.au For Santa photo packages and more information on Mount Gambier Central’s Santa Photos visit: www.mountgambiercentral. com.au SPREADING CHRISTMAS CHEER: (Left) Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin & ac.care Manager Homelessness Services Trish Spark with Christmas hampers provided to families during the festive season.


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Free Christmas tree tradition continues OneFortyOne spreading Christmas cheer The team at OneFortyOne is giving away Christmas trees again this year, spreading some festive cheer with what is becoming a local tradition. Silviculture Forester Adrian Lynch said the radiata pines will be thinned from the OneFortyOne estate and available for the community to collect at the Glencoe Nursery and depots at Mount Gambier, Nangwarry, and Mount Burr. “This is my first year helping out with the Christmas trees, but OneFortyOne has given away hundreds over the years,” Adrian said. “The trees are thinned from different parts of our estate,

and while they’re not the kind for building houses with, they’re perfect for bringing home to decorate with the family.” Trees will be available from 8am on the 9th and 10th of December, on a first come first served basis at the OneFortyOne nursery and depots. “I haven’t always had a real tree at Christmas, but I will this year,” Adrian said. “I’m looking forward to sharing that with my family and being a part of the joy we hope to bring to others who collect a tree.” If you’re planning on picking up a free tree, remember to follow all safety signage at pickup locations,

and ensure you can safely and legally secure your tree on the ride home. Please be COVID safe by maintaining physical distancing and using sanitiser provided. Depot locations: • Glencoe Nursery, Mile Hill Road, Glencoe • Gambier Depot, 152 Jubilee Highway East, Mount Gambier • Nangwarry Depot, Riddoch Highway, Nangwarry • Mount Burr Depot, Mount Burr Road, Mount Burr GETTING INTO THE SPIRIT: Foresters Bella Walker, Taylah Martin, & Sheryl Vickery.

Brilliant boulevard Static Christmas Parade a huge success again More than 10,500 people joined the car convoy at the Valley Lakes precinct to see the 2021 NF McDonnell and Sons Santa’s Boulevard that ran over five nights last month. Santa’s Boulevard featured 14 Christmas floats including Christmas in Toy Town, Pirates ‘R’ Us, Bill the Steam Shovel, Hansel & Gretel, The Christmas Tree, T’was the night before Christmas, Humpty Dumpty, the Christmas Stocking and Santa. “Cars, coaches and buses come through and it was great to see the excitement and enjoyment that people got out of the event,” City of Mount Gambier Events Team Leader Xarnia Keding said. “The feedback from the community has been amazing and we had so many positive comments from those who thought that it was truly magical and how it has helped everyone to get into the festive Christmas spirit.” Council’s events team, the Mount Gambier Christmas Parade Advisory Group and many volunteers planned the COVID safe drive by static Christmas spectacle for months to be held in place of the annual parade due to COVID restrictions. New owners of NF McDonnell and Sons AAM Investment Group were pleased to support the beloved community event as the major sponsor.

“The NF McDonnell business has been a huge supporter of this event and we can assure the community this will continue into the future,” AAM Investment Group Executive Director Growth & Development Nathan Roberts said. Santa’s Boulevard was a free ticketed event to enable traffic control and ensure that wait times were reduced. “I am so humbled by the response from the community to the event, it was a magical experience and it was a real joy for all the volunteers to see the children’s delighted faces when they came through and saw Santa at the end of the boulevard,” Mrs Keding said. City of Mount Gambier Mayor Lynette Martin was joined by fellow

councillors Frank Morello, Sonya Mezinec and Max Bruins, council volunteers and members of the Mount Gambier Disc Golf club to raise funds to support the Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal at the event. “Santa’s Boulevard really was the happiest place to be in Mount Gambier, people were so full of joy and goodwill and I was thrilled to be part of the festive atmosphere, it was a truly special event,” Mayor Martin said. “Through the generosity of community members who visited Santa’s Boulevard, I am pleased to report that we raised $10,533.05 for those in need this Christmas and I thank everyone for their contribution to the Mount Gambier Community Mayor’s Christmas Appeal. This is a truly magnificent result and I thank each and every one of you for thinking of the needy in our community as we approach the festive season. I also wish to thank BankSA for counting all the donations provided by the community.” SANTA’S BOULEVARD: (Above) Lincoln and Elli had a view from the top when they cruised along the boulevard with parents Jamie and Susie Breen & (below) City of Mount gambier Mayor Lynette Martin and Cr Frank Morello rattling thew cans for the Mayor’s Community Christmas Appeal. Photos courtesy of A K Window Photography

Entries now open for 30th anniversary of art prize Entries are now being called for two of the feature events of the 2022 Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival – the 2022 John Shaw Neilson Acquisitive Art Prize and the 2022 Design Prize. With generous support from long-time sponsor The Balnaves Foundation, the winning artist of the John Shaw Neilson Acquisitive Art Prize will receive $12,000 and will be included in the acquisitive collection of previous winners at the Penola Coonawarra Visitor Information Centre. The John Shaw Neilson Acquisitive Art Prize is open to all emerging and established artists throughout Australia and entries must be inspired by the works of this early Penola poet. Next year marks 30 years since the inception of the Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival, coinciding with the 150th anniversary of John Shaw Neilson’s birth, and will be held over the weekend of May 12-15. “This art prize continues to grow in reputation in the Limestone coast community, throughout the state and within national art circles,” JSN Art Prize Coordinator and Festival Committee Chair John Mossop said. “For those considering entering for the first time it really is a wonderful opportunity to be part of a dynamic festival whilst acknowledging Neilson’s place in Penola’s history, particularly in the year that we’ll be celebrating significant milestones of both the Festival and John Shaw Neilson.” Each year more than 50 entries are received from both within the Limestone Coast and beyond including Melbourne, Brisbane and regional communities throughout Victoria. The Balnaves Foundation have been generous sponsors of the John Shaw Neilson Acquisitive Art Prize since 2011.

The Balnaves Foundation is a private philanthropic organisation established in 2006 by Neil Balnaves AO to provide support to charitable enterprises across Australia. Also calling for entries is the 2022 Design Prize of $1000, sponsored by Hansen Design & Print which sees the winner’s graphic design work used for inspiration for the promotional material for the following year’s Festival. The chosen A3 poster design will be used for all 2023 promotional material including a full colour program, posters, flyers, the website, banners and more. It was created to celebrate design creativity and excellence and provides an ideal forum for emerging designers to have their work recognised through a professional platform. “The Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival Committee aims to create a dynamic, exciting event each year, and it is through Competitions such as these that the Festival really does shine,” Mr Mossop said. The announcement of the 2022 John Shaw Neilson Art prize and 2022 Design prize winners will mark the official opening of the Festival on Thursday, May 12, at the Penola High School. The exhibition will be on display for a week following the festival. Entries for both competitions are now open, and close on Friday, May 6. Further details and Competition forms are available on the website https://artsfestival.com. au/competitions/ 2021 WINNER: Julie Kent



Penola Christmas party time Head to the centre of town in Penola from 3pm on December 17 and join with the community in celebrating Christmas. A great evening for the family, where Santa will pay a visit, and there will be a jumpy castle, fairy floss, popcorn, and virtual reality for the young and old. Catering includes a barbeque, while the Coonawarra Vignerons will be showcasing their wine. Keeo up to date with the festive event on facebook.

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Community invited to anniversary celebration Redeveloped Riddoch Arts & Cultural Centre turns 10 The Riddoch Arts and Culture Centre will celebrate its 10th birthday this Friday with a program of events showcasing arts, culture and creativity from 5pm to 9pm. The community is invited to join staff, volunteers, artists and friends to celebrate the milestone with artisan markets, live mural painting, still life drawing, Virtual Reality (VR) demonstrations and more. Riddoch Programming Assistant Emma Telford said attendees could expect to see a lot of local talent on display at the celebration. “We have engaged many local artists and performers who have a connection to our history - expect to see art, dance, VR and music in every nook of the centre, as well as the popular artisan market in City Hall, just in time for Christmas,” Ms Telford said. “We will also have a bar, thanks to our hospitality sponsor Caroline Hills Winery, and of course no birthday celebration would be complete without cake.” Purpose-built for events and light displays, the facility was opened by the City of Mount Gambier in 2011 in the heart of the city. “The iconic Main Corner Complex was designed to represent the coming together of modern and traditional architecture, with original heritage features of the site still on display, and a cenote curved wall symbolising the volcanic activity which shaped the landscape,” The Riddoch Arts and Cultural Centre Coordinator Talie Teakle said. In 2016 Council took over management of the Riddoch Art Gallery and since then the centre has evolved into a space for

storytelling, teaching and learning, events and community gatherings and a unique shop showcasing local artists, now known as The Riddoch Arts and Cultural Centre. Ms Teakle, who has coordinated the centre for most of the decade, has enjoyed being a part of the centre’s evolution, saying the facility is a hive of activity seven days a week, 52 weeks of the year. “The Riddoch has always been a place to tell local stories and hold events, and now we have developed more programming in line with our exhibitions and local events to create a vibrant facility for the community to enjoy,” Ms Teakle said. “We have developed The Riddoch shop which supports Limestone Coast artists, and we have a great following with our workshops that are developing the artistic skills of our community. “The centre really has become

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the arts and cultural hub right in the heart of the city.” The event is free to attend. To RSVP, email riddoch@ mountgambier.sa.gov.au or phone (08) 8721 2563. CELEBRATING A DECADE IN THE HEART OF MOUNT GAMBIER: The Riddoch Arts and Cultural Centre staff Melissa Horton (left), Rowan Thurlings, Serena Wong (front left), Talie Teakle, Lily Higgs (front right), Jo-anne Bowering, Lisa Priddle and Emma Telford are ready to celebrate the centre’s 10th birthday on 10 December 2021.

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Cup marquee returns 40th annual Coonawarra Cup on the horizon In what is a highlight on the country racing calendar, the 40th annual 36o South Coonawarra Vignerons Cup will return to the Penola Racecourse on Thursday January 13 next year. In past years the event has seen more than 2000 guests take to the track, with more than 700 of those racegoers attending the exclusive Coonawarra Vignerons Marquee for a day of indulgence. In 2021 COVID restrictions prevented the prestigious marquee event from proceeding, however organisers are gearing up to take to the track once more with a modified version of the event, combining a reduced sized marquee with an expansive open-air precinct, to bring some ‘Flemington flair’ to the Penola Racecourse. Members of the Coonawarra Vignerons, together with sponsors, partners, patrons and special guests, gathered last month at DiGiorgio Family Wines to launch and unveil the 2022event. The launch, which coincided with the release of tickets, acknowledged the return of 36 Degrees South Beef as Presenting Partner for a third year running alongside the 2022 event sponsors and race sponsors. The unveiling of the Cup trophy was presented by Sage Murray, General Manager Operations for Teys Australia Naracoorte; Pete Balnaves, president of Coonawarra Grape

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The South East Country Music Association Christmas Club Day is set down for Sunday, December 12, at the Mount Gambier RSL & District Bowling Club from 1-5pm with Mystic Blue Band. And while Mystic Blue Band is the headline act, Father Christmas will run a close second with kids encouraged to come along and share their requests with the man in red. The event is free for club members but non-members are most welcome with an entry fee of $12 There will be a huge raffle at $2 per ticket with afternoon tea also available. Walk ups are also welcome.

and Wine Incorporated and the chairman of the Coonawarra Cup Committee, Luke Trotter. Coonawarra Vignerons Events and Marketing Officer, Heidi Eldridge said the synergy between premium beef, sourced from our region, paired with Coonawarra’s world class wines, lends itself to this magnificent partnership and highlights the outstanding produce we have in our region. Chair of the Vignerons Cup Committee Luke Trotter shared his excitement for the upcoming event. “It feels like it’s been a long time coming and there’s been a lot of work put into getting it to where we’re at,” he said. The event will offer a fully catered package from 11am – 5pm, coinciding with an eight-race program. The highly-anticipated 36 Degrees South Coonawarra Vignerons Cup race scheduled for race seven. Julian “Jules” Schiller is set to be the MC for the day, with DJ Pedro Moshman from “Grapes of Mirth” providing music and entertainment.

Keeping with the Vignerons Cup tradition, guests will be invited to partake in a super sweep and grab some prized wines in the live auctions, whilst indulging in a smorgasbord of wines and food for the duration of the fully catered package ( 11am-5pm). “It’s going to be a little different, but it’ll still have that same feel about it.” Mr Trotter said. An exclusive limited number of public tickets are available to the Coonawarra Vignerons Precinct, where up to 600 guests will be hosted by members of the Coonawarra Vignerons wine region community. Public tickets are ON SALE NOW and can be purchased via the Coonawarra Vignerons website. READY TO RACE & PARTY: (Above right) Coonawarra Cup Committee chair Luke Trotter with Teys Australia Naracoorte general manager operations Sage Murray as they admire the 2022 30 Degrees South Beef Coonawarra Cup.


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Located 10kms from Mount Gambier, sitting within a large block with no immediate neighbours. The lounge is comforted with a ceiling fan and a gas heater. The kitchen offers a breakfast bar, a walk-in pantry, S/steel D/washer, an electric oven with a bottom grill, a gas burning stove and a double sink. The dining space is comforted with a slow combustion fireplace. The master bedroom features a WIR and ceiling fan. Two more double bedrooms offer BIR’s. The fourth bedroom/study could be utilised in a variety of ways. The family bathroom offers a bath and shower with a separate toilet next door. The rear pergola has an undercover deck. The man cave is complete with a custom-built bar, wood-burning fireplace and is accessed via a roller door and internal doors from the shed with two carports attached. Additional features; a bitumen driveway, 22 solar panels, a woodshed and rainwater tank.


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unlocking dreams A: 22 Sturt Street, Mount Gambier P: 08 8723 3416 www.key2sale.com.au

37 Lakes Park Drive, OB Flat

22 Doughty Street, Mount Gambier

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NEW > WHY WAIT TO BUILD?

NEW > CUTE & COSY COTTAGE CHARM

You will love the simplicity, clean lines and neutral interior and all this low maintenance easy care living that this home has to offer. Comprising of three carpeted bedrooms master located at rear with ceiling fan + walk in robe and ensuite with sliding door access to small side courtyard garden. Open concept main living area with seamless minimal patterned vinyl flooring that leads from the front door opening into the living space complete with reverse cycle split system air conditioning and ceiling fan. Generous size kitchen with clever layout pushing out into the bay window to enhance the view out to the expansive under cover entertaining area and gardens. Double main garage with remote roller door and internal access into the home + additional double size back shed. $429,000-$459,000 Contact Ben 0400 870 362 or Al 0418 849 266

Cute and cosy split rock cottage style home positioned on a 399m2 allotment with only walking distance to the CBD. Consisting of two bedrooms both with built-in robes. The carpeted main living area gives a sense of cosiness and flows to what could potentially be a 3rd bedroom or a dedicated study area. Take a step down to the kitchen/meals area that overlooks the low maintenance rear yard. The timber kitchen is complete with dishwasher, pantry and combined electric and gas cooking. An updated bathroom including shower over bath and vanity is generous in size while the laundry has plenty of cupboard space and the toilet is separate. Large timber decked undercover pergola - a perfect space to gather the family and friends and entertain. 3 2 4

62 BAY ROAD, MT GAMBIER E.O.I

24 BLACK SWAN ROAD, NELSON $415,000-$445,000

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EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING MONDAY 20TH DECEMBER 2021 AT 12 NOON (if not sold prior)

SERENE RIVER LIVING

Meticulously renovated, this beautiful modern home is situated on a 1214m2 allotment on one of Mount Gambier’s finest streets The spacious floorplan with multiple living areas lends itself to relaxed family living as well as effortless entertaining The master bedroom features a luxurious dressing room, ensuite bathroom and separate storage closet Outside, you will find an automated remote entry front gate and triple car garage 5 3 3 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199

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$229,000-$249,000 Contact Toni Gilmore 0402 356 905

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Open plan main living including central kitchen with electric cooking & dishwasher Separate Eastern facing lounge room captures the magnificent morning sun Private, enclosed paved courtyard with a semi enclosed entertaining space complete with a pot belly wood burning stove Featuring a 6.5m x 9.5m (approx.) shed with concrete floor and power connected 3 1 2 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 74 MOUNT PERCY ROAD, COMPTON E.O.I

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This beautiful home is ready for a new family to start creating wonderful memories Timber kitchen features granite benchtops, brand new dishwasher, electric cooking & corner pantry Extra features include tennis court, pool with a toilet/change room, 5kW solar system and bore, rain + mains water The approx. 8 acre lot also offers fenced paddocks with water and cattle yards 4 2 7 Contact Sara McManus 0438 708 281 14 STELLA PLACE, MT GAMBIER $439,000 HOUSE & LAND PACKAGE 770m2

- Purchasers have an ideal opportunity to vary the plan, facade or the standard inclusion depending on their requirements in their new home - The Hotondo Homes “Marcoola 209” plan offers 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 living areas with double car garage Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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10 GREENRIDGE DR, MT GAMBIER HOUSE & LAND PACKAGE

$499,000 1,095m2

- Offering for sale this new House & Land package from well known local builder Hotondo Homes - The “Lansdowne 204” plan offers 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 living areas with double car garage - Ready to start construction immediately, once plans are finalised & council approval is received Al Lamond 0418 849 266

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Gail Richards

Al Lamond

Sara McManus

Ben Ransom

Toni Gilmore

Jess Starling

Carolyn Gazzard

Sue Clements

Tegan Pink

SALES M: 0409 268 199

SALES M: 0418 849 266

SALES M: 0438 708 281

SALES M: 0400 870 362

SALES & SUPPORT M: 0402 356 905

SALES SUPPORT P: (08) 8723 3416

CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416

CLIENT SERVICES P: (08) 8723 3416

ADMINISTRATION P: (08) 8723 3416

9 Hammer Parade, Blackfellows Caves

Rachael Kelly ADMINISTRATION P: (08) 8723 3416

13 Monash Crescent, Mount Gambier

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NEW > COMFORTABLE & COSY!

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING FRIDAY 14TH JANUARY 2022 AT 12 NOON (if not sold prior) If you’re thinking of a beach side getaway then look no further, approximately 1052 square meter allotment is beach front with unobstructed sea views from second level. Underground plumbing and concrete slab down as improvements with plans available and to simply complete the build in your choice of finishing’s. (Plans registered to an Adelaide builder and special permission may apply for any variations S.T.C.A). Also included is a 5000 gallon rainwater tank. Convenient and quiet little fishing village, with boat ramp and developed public space. Popular fishing location and a calm, sheltered bay with direct beach access directly adjacent.

There’s no place like home and you will feel right at home in this elevated family home with cosy inviting appeal. Offering 3 bedrooms, main with walk in robe and built-ins in 2 and 3. Timber kitchen with gas cooking and pantry cupboard. Separate lounge with city views plus downstairs family room or ideally a work from home space with gorgeous floor boards. Separate dining room with gas log heating which leads straight out to the sheltered paved pergola. The decked bull-nose verandah provides views and is a great spot to enjoy a glass of wine. Closely located to Acacia Kindergarten & North Primary School, Bryant’s Bakery and other shops.

E.O.I Contact Al 0418 849 266 or Ben 0400 870 362

$290,000-$299,000 Contact Sara McManus 0438 708 281

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35-37 EHRET STREET, MT GAMBIER E.O.I TWO HOMES

SECTION 675 GREEN POINT ROAD, EIGHT MILE CREEK E.O.I 120 ACRES

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING FRIDAY 10TH DECEMBER 2021 AT 12 NOON (if not sold prior)

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING FRIDAY 10TH DECEMBER 2021 AT 12 NOON (if not sold prior)

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Offering 2 adjoining solid stone duplexes on 2 separate titles with mirror image design floorplan, in a very central area Each home comprises of 3 bedrooms, eat in kitchen with gas cooking and separate lounge with gas heating No 35 leased for $210pw until January 2022 & No 37 leased for $220pw until October 2022 The properties are set on 1501m2, offering exciting development opportunities (subject to council consent) 6 2 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Contact Al Lamond 0418 489 266

12 JACKWAY STREET, BLACKFELLOWS CAVES $389,000-$409,000

G004/7 LAKE TCE WEST, MT GAMBIER $285,000-$295,000

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A rare find – Mixed farming property suited to cattle, in a sought after and tightly held coastal area of Eight Mile Creek 120 acres split in 4 main paddocks with large holding yard, offering hay & cattle production Improvements include improved pastures, excellent fencing, 4 bay machinery shed, hay shed, plus timber cattle yards with crush & loading ramp LAND

LAKES LOCATION

If you’re looking for a change to live by the sea or a holiday home then look no further than this great property Featuring upstairs and downstairs living areas, kitchen/dining and living + combined bathroom/laundry and two bedrooms located on the first floor and main bedroom with WIR and expansive second living area located on second floor Full length of the building balcony with sea views opening out from second floor living 3 1 4 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

Attention investors or retires, check out this beautifully presented apartment, in an enviable location in Mount Gambier’s lakes area Ground floor location with easy access via picturesque front balcony of stunning views over the City 2 bedrooms with master offering WIR and ensuite. Main bathroom with floor to ceiling tiles and corner spa Classy kitchen with dishwasher and stainless steel appliances 2 2 2 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266

CLOCKWISE JEWELLERS, MT GAMBIER $150,000 + S.A.V

9 BURNEY ST, ALLENDALE EAST $95,000-$105,000 934m2

34/184 JUBILEE HWY W, MT GAMBIER $75,000-$79,000 332m2

- Positioned amongst established homes an opportunity exists to purchase the last vacant allotment - Located in the country township of Allendale East with only a 15 minute drive to Mount Gambier and a short trip to the beach at Port MacDonnell, its the ultimate combination of city and surf!

- Privately located in Finchley Grove, Key 2 Sale Real Estate is pleased to offer one of the last courtyard allotments in this estate - Offering a low maintenance 322m2 allotment ready for building your new home (S.T.C.C.) in a safe & secure area, close to Collins Court Shopping Centre & Chemist King Al Lamond 0418 849 266 LAND

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- RETIREMENT SALE - Assistance/training offered for before & after settlement - Beautifully presented jewellery business, located in the busy CBD shopping precinct of Mount Gambier - Offering an attractive shopfront with main street exposure near the new Aldi & Coles expansion Al Lamond 0418 849 266

BUSINESS

29 STURT ST, MT GAMBIER

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- Approximately 257m2 fitted out and ready to work as motor mechanical workshop - Approximately 65m2 additional office and lunchroom space complete with kitchenette & toilet facilities - Option to separate out the space and lease to three separate tenants Al Lamond 0418 849 266 COMMERCIAL

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27 Dohle Road, Yahl Auction 17th December 12pm (ACST) onsite (u.s.p)

12.45pm - 1.15pm

Open Saturday

Jason Malseed + Sam Malseed

36.80 Acres (approx)

LAND

Burke Drive, Mt Gambier Large 4 bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car, brand new family home close to hospital.

45 Willow Avenue, Mt Gambier $799,000

172 O’Neil Road, Worrolong Auction 17th Dec 2pm (ACST) onsite (u.s.p)

1:30pm - 2:00pm

Open Saturday

Jason Malseed + Sam Malseed

87 Acres (approx)

LAND

5 Burke Drive, Mt Gambier $629,000 - $649,000

11.45am - 12.15pm

Open Saturday

Wendy Flint

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Jason Malseed + Sam Malseed

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malseeds.com.au

1 Wehl Street South, Mount Gambier 08 8724 9999 98 George Street, Millicent 8733 1989

SERVICING THE GREATER LIMESTONE COAST + WESTERN VICTORIA

Jason Malseed


Jason 0419 032 795

Wendy 0468 692 993

32 Suttontown Road, Mt Gambier $280,000

Sam 0447 805 319

Wendy Flint

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24 Wehl Street North, Mt Gambier 4 1 2 $489,000 Jason Malseed + Sam Malseed

10.45am - 11.15am

Open Saturday

Jade 0421 383 368

Courtney 8724 9999

4/184 Commercial Street East, Mt Gambier $140,000 - $150,000

Selena 8724 9999

Wendy Flint

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69 Ascot Way, Suttontown Highest and Best offer by 21st December 5pm (unless sold prior)

10.00am - 10.30am

Open Saturday

Kathy 8733 1989

Kelli 8724 9999

Brooke 8724 9999

Contact our office for more information! From $150 P/W + GST + Outgoings

MOUNT GAMBIER BUSINESS HUB

18,680m2 | 4 2 4 Jason Malseed + Sam Malseed


eldersrealestate.com.au

17 Ferguson Road, Moorak Expressions of Interest Closing 8th of December 1:00pm

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Dairy Opportunity in Compton Extremely well presented family dairy located in the sought after high producing area of Compton, South Australia on 501 acres (172 acres under irrigation) Features of this magnificent property include: • Land totalling 501 acres • Irrigation land totalling 70 Ha (or) 172 acres • 2 x Electric Centre Pivots - 7 Span & 4 Span • Irrigation & Industrial Licences totalling 874 Meg • Additional carryover of 212 Meg available until 30/6/2022 • Undulating country providing warmth and high ground • Pastures consisting of Rye Grasses and Clovers • Productive Brown Loam soil over limestone • Concrete and Poly water troughs throughout property • 3-bedroom Mount Gambier stone home • Assorted Shedding and Dairy

Damian Venn 0438 904 771

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Highly Productive Summer Block The property will first be offered as a whole and if not successful then offered in contingent lots. The property is in the renowned Eight Mile Creek district and consists of deep heavy black loamy peat soils on undulating Hump and hollow country. The rainfall is a very reliable 715mm average annually. Properties of this scale don't make themselves available very often in the Eight Mile Creek area. • • • • •

Malcolm Lewis 0429 009 072

Damian Venn 0438 904 771

64 Berkefeld Rd, OB Flat

643 Eight Mile Creek Rd, Eight Mile Creek

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U2/17 Shepherdson Road, Mt Gambier

Damian Venn 0438 904 771 Best Offers by 22nd Dec (Unless sold prior)

Auction 16th of December 2:00pm

39 - 41 Burcham Street, Mt Gambier

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Auction 16th of December 11:00am

LAND | 457 acres

NE W

$419,000

Damian Venn 0438 904 771

Approx. 457 acres of very good quality country opposite foreshore Large, excavated watering hole Pastures predominantly Fescue, Rye Grass and Strawberry Clover Cattle yards Public road access on Southern and Northern side, drain on Eastern and Western side

$310,000

Malcolm Lewis 0429 009 072

6 Elder Street, Mt Gambier

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$169,000

Malcolm Lewis 0429 009 072

3/18 Jane Street, Mt Gambier

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Rural Sales Representative

Residential Sales Representative

Real Estate Office Manager

Property Management

Property Management

Property Management

DAMIAN VENN

MALCOLM LEWIS

NAOMI KIESELBACH

DANIELLE JOHNSTON

PAM KNIBBS

CHLOE SMITH

9 Ba y Roa d , Mou nt G a m bi e r

62833 RLA

m tg am bier@elders. com .au


Have a selfie with Santa

‘Tis the season for giving back to those in need in the community

Mount Gambier Marketplace is ready to welcome the jolly man in red this weekend It will be an event befitting one of the most beloved toymakers we know. Santa is set to arrive at Mount Gambier Marketplace at 10am with a parade through the carpark, including the Mount Gambier Blue Lake Highland Pipe Band and an assortment of elves and entertainers who will parade through the centre to the Santa set located in front of Big W. The celebration of Santa’s arrival will run from 10am to 2pm with a huge day of family fun in store for centre visitors with roaming elves with chocolate gifts, glitter tattoos, kid’s Christmas craft, a hunt for Santa’s Reindeer with a gift for every child, and of course the commencement of Santa photos. And those photos will be Santa happy snaps with a difference, running from this Saturday until Christmas Eve, with the 2021 program aptly branded Selfies with Santa. The much-loved tradition of visiting Santa will be balanced this year with prioritising the health and safety of our customers and of course, Santa and his elves. Still with the magic you know and love, the Mount Gambier Marketplace will be offering a COVID-Safe Santa experience this year that reflects local requirements. Whilst children won’t be able to sit with Santa on his throne, some

fun bauble chairs have been added to the Santa set to ensure social distancing is maintained. This year families are invited to come along and Snap a Selfie with Santa. Customers can bring their own cameras and mobile phones along and take a FREE Santa pic to share with their family and friends. Customers are encouraged to bring festive props or favourite toy to create a unique and interactive Christmas memory. Santa’s elf will also be on hand to help with your photos. Photos can now be taken

Mount Gambier Marketplace has a fantastic range of gifts on offer this Christmas and for a small donation to our charity partners, we’ll wrap them for you too! A gift wrapping service will be offered in centre from this Saturday until Christmas Eve with all proceeds going to benefit Wet Noses Animal Rescue. Volunteers from the organisation will be providing gift wrapping for a small donation from 10am until 2pm daily, with hours extending over the busy periods. The gift wrapping station will be located outside Big W. And in the spirit of giving, the Mount Gambier Marketplace is coming together with its charity partners a.c.care and Foodbank to make giving to others even easier this Christmas. Collection points for the Christmas Appeal have been set up in the centre for donations of toys and food to support families in our community that may be

without face masks, which will make for a more treasured memory for families. For everyone’s wellbeing, a few extra safety measures will be in place. Customers will be required to check in to the Santa set using the QR code provided. Hand sanitiser will be available, and Santa’s elves will also support with cleaning throughout the day. All children who visit Santa will also receive a reindeer headband and gift to take home.

doing it tough this Christmas. Unwrapped toys, gifts or vouchers can be dropped into the collection boxes located outside Woolworths and Big W before December 23 for distribution to assist vulnerable families and children who otherwise may not receive a gift this Christmas. Foodbank volunteers will also be in centre this Saturday outside Woolworths to raise awareness of their Christmas Food Drive.

RLA 280309

Chris Manser Real Estate & Livestock Sales 0417 414 127

Garth Manser Real Estate & Livestock Sales 0417 071 180

Elisha Beare Real Estate Sales Property Management 0407 213 023

Bernie Manser Property Management 0407 235 345

Nicole Rutkowski Property Management 8723 6866

Ph 08 8723 6866 | Fax 08 8723 3809 | 50 James Street, Mount Gambier | admin@gtlivestock.com.au | www.gtlivestock.com.au

Rental

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5 EUSTACE STREET, MOUNT GAMBIER

OPEN

$360 PER WEEK

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$299,000 - $315,000 COMFORTABLE & CONVENIENTLY LOCATED

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Available 17/12/2021. Bond $2160. Mount Gambier stone home conveniently located within walking distance to the CBD, Marketplace and Primary Schools. Three bedrooms, main with built in robes and ensuite. Generous sized modern kitchen with adjoining dining/sitting area and a separate lounge at the front of the house.

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This neatly presented & well maintained brick & tile home is situated on a 701m2 allotment and is located within walking distance to the North Gambier Primary and the CBD. Features of the home include 3 bedrooms, all with BIR’s, modern kitchen with gas cooking, breakfast bar & ample cupboard space. You will enjoy the warmth and ambience of the gas log fire in the lounge plus the convenience of a second gas heater in the hallway, the perfect combination for our colder winter months. The bathroom comprises a bath, shower and vanity with a separate toilet situated adjacent the laundry area. External features of the home include a double car carport, a three car garage with cement, power & rear yard access, plus a shed in the rear yard with space for a further 2 cars. The paved outdoor undercover entertaining area is perfect for entertaining family and friends or simply soaking up the sun with a coffee in your private, secure rear yard. With a 50,000 gallon rainwater tank plumbed to the home & 3 x 3,000 litre rainwater tanks for watering the established trees and gardens, water bills could be a thing of the past. This property will not last long in this buoyant market!

CLEARING SALE

A/C KONGORONG DAIRIES TO BE HELD AT 61 UPHILLS ROAD, KONGORONG MONDAY 13TH DECEMBER 2021 AT 10AM CATERING PROVIDED | COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS APPLY


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ILC Graduation 1. SACE Completion students - Syann Rose, Carmen Foster, Shavahna Walters, Ben Honeyman & Matthew Bowering. Absent: Zero Knightwalker, Amy Nitschke, Casey O’Connor, Jayden Stevenson. 2. Governing Council Representative Award winners Syann Rose & Ben Honeyman. Ben also won the Mount Schank Building Trades Award. Absent: Creative Arts Award - Breeanna Braithwaite. 3. Recycled Runway Certificates - Bianca Duffy. Absent: Breeanna Braithwaite, Soren Cottier, Sophie Frost, Casey O’Connor & Debra Thompson. 4. Stage 1 Completion students - Brodie Wealleans, Izaiha Pierce, Shakayla Pierce & Bianca Duffy. Absent: Breeanna Braithwaite, Mackayla Button, Cameron Cottier, Soren Cottier, Liza Davison, Dylan Driver, Shaun Duffy & Alex Signorelli

5. Specially themed graduate cupcakes. 6. Volunteer Certificates: Brandon Abbott. Absent: Robert Aldersey, Michael Hosszu, Jade Poulton, Ryan Shields & Debra Thompson. 7. Committment to Volunteering Certificates - Shavahna Walters & Ben Honeyman. Absent: Casey O’Connor. 8. Excellence in Application to Studies Awards - Shakayla Pierce & Ben Honeyman. Absent: Breeanna Braithwaite. 9. Whitelion Award winners - Ben Honeyman & Bianca Duffy Absent: Soren Cottier, Ellie Mitchell & Cameron Cottier. 10. Encouragement Awards - Bianca Duffy & Shavahna Walters. Absent: Cameron Cottier & Soren Cottier. 11. Whitelion Award winners - Leo Hammond & Mackayla Button. Absent: Josh Anderson, Olivia Garraway, Ashlee Timmermann & Kalinda Watts. VET CERTIFICATES: Elisha Bowden, Tyler Bradshaw & Brodie Wealleans. (All absent)


RURAL RUNDOWN Feral deer programs in the spotlight Achieving eradication of feral deer is a key objective for the Limestone Coast Landscape Board as part of its hard-line stance on the declared pest species. The region’s feral deer population has been reduced through successful implementation of the LC Landscape Board’s control programs and farmed deer compliance operations but much more work remains to be done. Reaffirming the LC Landscape Board’s strong approach, general manager Steve Bourne said the board’s initial phase is to work closely with participating landholders to achieve property scale eradication. “Feral deer significantly reduce productivity on farms as they compete with livestock for pasture, damage infrastructure such as fences and have the potential to spread disease,” Mr Bourne said. “As little as nine red stags on a property is the same as 387 rabbits and reduces the grazing capacity of that property by over 30 sheep. Not only do feral deer impact the agricultural bottom line and environment, they also attract illegal hunting and create public safety hazards on our roads.” The LC Landscape Board recently hosted a dinner at Kingston for landholders participating in feral deer control programs, providing insight into the scope of feral deer control programs in the region and updates on trials of new thermal-assisted aerial control (TAAC) technology. The Limestone Coast Landscape Board is seeking to increase the number of properties involved in the control programs and landholders looking to participate are urged to contact Aidan Laslett. Visit www.landscape.sa.gov.au/lc for more information on feral deer control programs in the Limestone Coast.

Mount Gambier Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers climbed as agents yarded 10,852 lambs and 114 sheep to total a combined 10,966 head overall. These sold to the regular array of trade and processor buyers along with a number of active restockers. Quality continues to be very good with something on offer to suit all orders however there were a few lambs starting to signs of being dry in the skin with the market selling from firm to slightly dearer in places. Light lambs to the trade made from $114 to $170 with the light weight trade 2 and 3 score types making from $168 to $179/head. Restockers were active as they sourced lambs to grow on from $120 to $182/head. Trade weight 3 score lambs made from $182 to $198 to be up to $3/head better in price with most sales ranging from 820c to 860c/kg cwt. Heavy lambs were well supplied as they returned from $198 to $229 with the extra heavy lots ranging from $231 to the market high of $273/head. Hoggets made from $130 to $170 with light sheep making from $102 to $138/head. Heavy sheep ranged from $146 to $176 with rams making from $80 to $110/head.

Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS MONDAY At Hamilton there was an offering of 14,891 lambs the quality was excellent and by far exceeded the previous Mondays market on quality. There was a near full field of buyers and restocking competition was in force on the light weight, new seasons lambs in a market that was fully firm to slightly dearer for trade lambs and heavy weights as well as lambs back to the paddock to be $10/head stronger. New seasons light 12kg to 16kg lambs made from $112 to $174/head most of theses back to the paddock. Trade lambs 18kg to 22kg made from $174 to $252/head averaging around 850c/kg cwt. Medium trade lambs 22kg to 26kgs made from $182 to $270 averaging around 800c to 920/kg cwt. Heavy lambs over 26kgs made to $294/head, to average 880c to 920c/kg cwt, these were keenly sought after..

Naracoorte Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS Lamb numbers eased as agents brought the sheep back into the yards with 15,437 lambs and 1,656 sheep combining to total 17,093 head overall. These sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers with a large number of active restockers who competed strongly for supply. Lambs with good weight and condition as well as freshness in the skin to attract the attention of the trade are becoming scarce with a large percentage of the offering suitable for the restocking orders as the market ranged from firm to slightly easier in price. Light lambs to the trade made from $140 to $170 with the lightweight trade 2 and 3 score types making from $166 to $183/head. Restockers were very active as they sourced lambs from $65 to $159 for lighter pens and from $162 to $185/head for those with better conditioning. Trade weight 3 score lambs returned from $176 to $195/head with most sales here around the 820c/kg cwt area. Heavy lambs made from $194 to $226 with the extra heavy lots making from $224 to the market high of $295/head. Hoggets made from $50 to $184 with light sheep returning from $98 to $144/head. Heavy sheep sold from $150 to $217 with rams making from $77 to $103/head.

Naracoorte Market Report - CATTLE Numbers climbed sharply as agents yarded 1676 head of liveweight and open auction cattle. These sold to the regular field of trade and processor buyers along with feeder and restocker orders. Quality improved last week with a larger offering of heavy cattle with both weight and conditioning over nearly every pen as the market ranged from firm to easier. Vealer steers to the trade made from 490c to 545c, with similar heifers making from 480c to also 545c/kg. Feeder orders were active from 528c to 545c on steers, and from 500c to 520c/kg on the heifers. Yearling steers to the trade made from 425c to 530c to ease up to 9c, with similar heifers making from 435c to 510c/kg. Feeders operated here from 460c to 522c on the steers, and from 430c to 540c/kg on the heifers. Grown steers and bullocks nearly tripled in number with the trade active from 396c to 515c, with the feeders active from 420c to 480c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade made from 390c to 480c, with feeder activity from 443c to 490c/kg. Manufacturing steers ranged from 328c to 400c/kg. Heavy weight cows were mainly firm in price as they sold from 340c to 388c/kg to the trade. The light weight types made from 313c to 338c, with feeders active from 300c to 332c, and restockers from 330c to 380c/kg. Heavy weight bulls made from 314c to 343c, with light weights to feed on making up to 491c/kg.

Hamilton Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS THURSDAY At Hamilton there was an increased yarding of sheep to 22,052 where the quality was very good with all weights and grades available. A near full field of buyers were in attendance in a market that was firm to $5 dearer for trade sheep heavy weights $20/head softer and good wethers remained firm. Heavy crossbred ewes made to $232 with the well covered merino ewes making between $145 and $210/head. Wethers to $228 the average run of Merino mutton to make between 550c and 600c with very good wethers to 680c to 700c/kg cwt. Rams, terminal sires to $80/head.

Hamilton Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS WEDNESDAY At Hamilton there was a large offering of 54,247 lambs. The quality was excellent, displaying weight and freshness in all categories, however there was a percentage of lambs under 18kg that were still showing signs of the lack of sunshine. There was a full field of buyers and restocking competition was in force on the light weight new seasons lambs. The market was fully firm to slightly dearer for heavy trade lambs and light weight 18 to 22kg trade lambs as well as lambs back to the paddock that were $5 to $10/head stronger. New season light 12 to 16kg lambs made from $112 to $174/head with most of these going back to the paddock. Trade 18 to 22kg lambs made from $174 to $252/head to average around 850c/kg cwt. Medium trade lambs 22 to 26kg made from $182 to $270/head averaging around 830c to 920/kg cwt. Heavy lambs over 26kg made to $309/head to average from 880c to 920c/kg cwt.

Mount Gambier Market Report CATTLE Numbers rose as agents yarded 1484 head of liveweight and open auction cattle. These sold to the usual field of trade and processor buyers with feeders and restockers also active over the offering. Quality continues to be good with some excellent vealers coming forward along with plenty of weight and condition in the bullock pens. The market sold to softer rates last week as there was a fall of 10c to 15c/kg over most categories. Vealer steers to the trade lost 14c as they made from 490c to 550c with similar heifers making from 465c to 534c/kg. Feeders were active here from 480c to 541c on steers and on heifers from 488c to 530c with restocker activity from 540c to 608 on steers and up to 544c/kg on the heifers. Yearling steers to the trade lost 11c as they made from 420c to 500c with feeders active from 452c to 525c/kg. Yearling heifers to the trade made from 434c to 538c with feeders operating from 403c to 504c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks to the trade ranged from 390c to 490c with feeder activity from 422c to 530c/kg. Grown heifers to processors made from 410c to 486c with feeders active to 430c as manufacturing steers returned from 355c to 410c/kg. Heavy cows eased 12c as they made from 330c to 382c with the lighter types making from 270c to 333c with feeder activity from 305c to 356c/kg. A small offering of bulls made from 298c to 346c/kg.

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Time to shut the borders... I think we should all spare a thought for those who’ve been separated from unloved ones over the last two years due to COVID border restrictions. I know the last two years have been tough for many families who haven’t been able to see their loved ones since the beginning of the pandemic, but now it’s those who’ve been separated from unloved ones who are going to be suffering as borders are opened again. Over the last two years, if you had a family that you would rather not spend time with, the arrival of COVID-19 and the associated border and travel restrictions have been an absolute blessing. It’s been a very simple matter of explaining you can’t visit them because you can’t cross a border.

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Or maybe it’s simply been that the government have been encouraging us to stay at home and not interact with other people. There was always the option of telling a family member that you had to go and get a COVID test so you were not allowed to leave the house. But one way or the other, people have had ample readymade excuses for why they can’t spend time with their family. Admittedly in my case, one or both of my parents are often incarcerated at the Grey Bar Hotel making avoiding them a little easier. Having said that they do expect me to visit them regularly while in jail. I have argued on numerous occasions that due to government mandates and laws I couldn’t visit them that week, but as evidenced by the fact they’re in jail, they don’t have a lot of respect for these laws and have still

expected me to visit. It’s fair to say I’m finding it very challenging having no excuse to avoid spending time with my family now that borders have opened and travel restrictions have been removed. I’m really not creative enough to make excuses on the spot so trying to come up with a story to excuse myself is a big risk. Telling my mum that I won’t be able to come over for dinner on Saturday night because my grandpa died is unlikely to work. I once had it explained to me that you don’t want your family living so close to you that they can pop over whenever they want. That’s too close. On the other hand, you don’t want them living so far away that when they come, they have to stay for an extended period of time. We’re talking the sort of distance where when they come, they need to make it worth

their while by staying for a week or two. Sure, you don’t see them often, but when you do it ends with you fighting the urge to kill them. In an ideal world, your family live in between these two areas. Far enough away that they don’t just drop in regularly, but close enough that they come visit for a couple of hours every few weeks. It’s not just avoiding family that is causing me issues either. I’m essentially a recluse and would avoid all people in general if I had my way. Covid has been quite a blessing for people like me. Limits on the number of people at social gatherings has been particularly good. I’m not in anyone’s top ten to twenty friends, so with limited numbers I’ve consistently missed the guest list for birthdays, engagement parties, weddings, and other celebratory gatherings. Not to mention I’ve had a legitimate reason not to celebrate my birthday with other people. Christmas this year is going to be a real challenge for me. Families and friends will be expecting me to spend time with them. That is not at all the Christmas season that I was hoping for. Even if someone has the Covid, it’s looking pretty clear to me that our government

are saying it’s business as usual. No lockouts. No stay at home. No mad supermarket toilet paper rush. Just an acceptance that we’re all going to feel a bit sick, but get on with things anyway. But not all is lost. If you’re like me, and let’s hope for your sake that you’re not, you can always jump on Doctor Google and start researching other exotic diseases and conditions that can get you excused from the month of December. You could consider campylobacter, a gastrointestinal infection maybe. How about a case of smallpox? Viral haemorrhagic fevers? Terminal stupidity? The possibilities are endless. Hang on I’ve got it. I can simply tell everyone that with the borders finally opened now I’m going to take the opportunity to go on the holiday I’ve been having to put off for the last two years. You can still email me at robbietansel@gmail. com though because I’ll actually be at home with all the doors locked, curtains shut and lights off.

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SBS MOVIES

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PEACH

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TV SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11

SATURDAY DECEMBER 11

NINE SA

SEVEN SA

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Locals in line for title Borderline set to host SA Wingless Sprint Championship It is a big call but there is every chance there would be three local wingless sprint drivers on the podium when the Borderline Speedway hosts the South Australian Titles this Saturday. Fifty-four entries are set to line up for the SA Wingless Sprint Titles with Mitch Broome, Kirby Hillyer (pictured) and Rory Button all coming into their home track event in good form. Borderline Speedway’s Cary Jennings said it was exciting to have so many locals in the running for a State title. “There is every reason to think one, if not all three, end up on the podium at the end of the night,” Jennings said. “We are really looking forward to hosting the State titles – it is an event we were supposed to have last year.” The support classes will also ensure there is never a dull moment at this Saturday night’s event with Limited Sportsman also on the program, featuring local

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hope Josh Aston. The Formula 500 also return to the Glenburnie track as part of the program with a Borderline first with the running of Formula 500 juniors – a class the track has never hosted before for competitors aged up to 17 years old. “We support juniors as much as we can and we are excited to see juniors going around in a new class for our track,” Jennings said. Overall, organisers expect up to 90 cars overall in the Borderline pits

Demons 9 (S Nieuwenhuizen 2; K Feast, M Merrett, S Chant, J Gower) d Concordes White 6 (R Bagshaw 4; B Jones, L Dodds 2; M Bowd, M Sutherland, S Brown); Wanderers 13 (E Hart 2; R Smith, B Smith, L Clifford- Finch) d Concordes United 5 (S Thomson, D Jones, A Lindquist, K Prince 2; L McCallum, H Taylor); Warriors White 13 (C Chaplin 3; S Polderman, J Koop 2; T Wilsmore, R Blanck) d Warriors Blue 8 (A Queale, L Bruggemann 3; M Chuck, K Doyle, S McLean 2; D Wombwell)

with continual border uncertainty still potentially posing issues, with a raft of Victorians set to contest this weekend’s events. “Whatever happens we are just looking forward to a good night’s racing,” Jennings said. With another good night’s racing set for December 28 when Speedweek comes to the Borderline Speedway. This Saturday night, gates open for 4pm with racing from 5pm and tickets available online.

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Gambier Centrals allrounder Jason Risely hit a signficant milestone this season, taking his 400th wicket for the club last round.

Festive season celebrations at Blue Lake Golf Club Christmas came to the Blue Lake Golf Club last Wednesday, with one of Santa’s reindeer even visiting. The day started with some limbering up/stretching exercises courtesy of Josie Ashby from Jetts Mt. Gambier Gym then off to play nineholes of golf with a twist organised by captain Helen Myers and her match committee. The fun started when having to tee off with a club picked blindly and using that until the ball is in the hole. Putting on one green with a billiard cue, teeing off with a marshmallow then replacing with a ball at the landing spot were other nivelty events. Bill Burley and greenkeeper Dan were put under pressure hitting the tee shots

on the par three 14th and plenty of other surprises along the way. The overall winner was Ronda Edwards and pro-shot winner on 14th was Helen Stratford. The women then enjoyed a Blue Lake Bar & Bisdtro lunch, some skits and also donation collection for the Mount Gambier Mayor’s Community Christmas Appeal. The Blue Lake Golf Club’s annual Christmas Family Fun Day is this Sunday. Please phone the club for more information.

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After being postponed for a week on the threat of torrential rain for the race, the 2021 Kidman Cup was held in beautiful blue skies along a 35km course in the Coonawarra. Three junior riders and 21 Senior riders took to the start line to see who could take out the Kidman Cup. In the junior race Simon Nichola, in his first ever race, relinquished his lead with 4km still to travel, as first Eddie Buckland then Molly Opperman surged past him, with Molly eventually able to maintain the higher average speed to ride past Eddie and win by 27 seconds, with Simon third. The pace quickened towards the end of the senior race as well in a bid to try and negate some of the sprinters’ power, but at the line Harry Opperman had surged clear, followed by Madalene Cleary with Spek Peake rounding out the podium. Dean Zeven, John Cranwell and Mike Bakker followed in the bunch, then Jen Buckland, Damian Buckley and Jason Buckland. Rounding out the top 10 was Nick Kidman, who also took out fastest time honours, followed by Riley Hill, Malcolm Tirabassi, Matthew Opperman, Phil Stasiw, Chris O’Donnell, Dave Delaland, Jami Buckley, Patrick Langsmith and Matt Fiegert.

Last week in the Millicent Bowls Club 2-4-2, 30 players took part in the game. Coming in, in first place with a score of 36+22 was the team of Frank Cooper and Iain Ross. Runners up for the day was Joy Warren and John Buhlmann with a score of 33+18. Other winning teams for the day were, a triple of Ross Warren, John Madden and Terry Barnes with a score of 33+9. Sam Schofield, Derk Pietersma 32+13. Brian Goode, Eddie Hann 32+1. Adriana Ross, Andre Reinders 31+1 and Jim Campbell, Denis Clifford 28+3

SENIOR PODIUM: (Top right) Kidman Cup winner Harry Opperman, third placed Spek Peake, second placed Madalene Cleary & fastest time Nick Kidman. JUNIOR PODIUM: (Bottom right) Third placed Simon Nicholas, winner Molly Opperman & second placed Eddie Buckland.

2-4-2 WINNERS: Iain Ross & Frank Cooper

Millicent Bowls Club Night Owls results Touches: Graham Arney (Lion Cubs) 3, Stephen Skeer (Rovers) 3, Eathan Glass (Max’s Four) 3 WINNERS: RED DIVISION: There were two winners on equal points The Mossies ( Jim Hyland, Peter Hyland, Gary Wilson, Graham Abbot) defeated the Beetles 28+10, and Rovers (Rodger Buckmaster, Stephen Skeer, John Buhlmann, Mick Pedler) defeated the Sparkies 28+10, other winners were Untouchables 28+7, Bits & pieces 27+7, Max’s Four 26+2. BLUE DIVISION: Awesome Foursome, Nipper Horne, Derek Bowering, David Botting, Allan Webster, defeated Maccas 29+9, other winners were Lions 28+9, Grand Hotel 28+3, Try Hards 27+9, Lion Rams 17, Rotary 15. WHITE DIVISION : Lion Cubs (George Hobson, Robert Dunn, Graham Arney, Keith Field) defeated Bedford Butterflies 29+14, Sunnies 29+10, Scrappers 27+3, The Pups 27+1, Beanz Team 26+2.

ALL THE WINNERS: (Above top left) Red Division joint winners The Mossies - Jim Hyland, Peter Hyland, Gary Wilson & Graham Abbot; (above top right) Red Division joint winners Rovers - Roger Buckmaster, John Buhlmann, Stephen Skeer & Mick Pedler; (above bottom left) Blue Division winners Awesome Foursome - Nipper Horne, Derek Bowering, David Turner & Allan Webster and (above bottom right) White Division winners Loins Club - Keith Field, Graham Arney, Robert Dunn & George Hobson.

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Attamurra ladies on song Thirty seven golfers took to the fairways last Wednesday in beautiful weather on a pristine golf course. The weather was reflective in the great scores carded by the ladies with 15 competitors registering 36 points or better. The winner of the day was Heather Teakle (handicap 23), from Leanne Hunt (handicap 21) with Denise Harvey (handicap 19) in third. Eight ladies featured in the ball rundown earning themselves a ball each and they were Helen McIntyre, Pauline Paterson, Kate McCormick, Carol Smith, Jill Johnson, Jeannette Braun, Andrea Pegler and Lorraine Stratford. Speciality prizes for having the best back nine went to A Grade - Leanne Hunt, B Grade - Heather Teakle and C Grade - Pauline Paterson. The Pro Shot on the 8th Hole went to Faye Mainwaring earning herself three balls. WEDNESDAY WINNERS: Second placed Leanne Hunt, winner Heather Teakle & third placed Denise Harvey.

Tennis results DIVISION ONE Centrals/Uniting 12-75 d Glencoe 0-38 Men’s Singles: A. Vandenhurk d D. Childs 6-3; M. Heemskerk d T. Biggins 6-1; N. Thomas d W. Hann 6-4. Women’s singles: K. Mitchell d J. Mitchell 6-3; C. Walker d L. Edwards 6-4; J. Delaney d A. Tentye 6-1. Reidy Park6-58 d West Gambier 6-56 Men’s singles: Z. Young lost to E. Schultz 2-6; C. Kelly d B. Cook 7-5; F. Kensley lost to N. Lang 1-6. Women’s singles: B. Young d J. Stutley 6-3; J. Young lost to J. Sealey 6-7; S. Edwards d L. McIntyre 6-2 DIVISION TWO • Glencoe 8-61 d Reidy Park 4-41; Mount Schank 7-54 d Mount Gambier Green 5-49; West Gambier Red 9-59 d Mount Gambier Blue 3-42; West Gambier Blue - BYE DIVISION THREE • Mil Lel v Moorak (no details available); Suttontown Tigers 9-58 d Centrals 3-36; Uniting 8-57 d Suttonton Dons 4-47 LADIES DOUBLES • Uniting d Reidy Red (forfeit); Reidy Royal 3-31 d Allendale East 3-25; Glencoe 4-34 d Mil Lel 2-22 MIXED DOUBLES Suttontown v Glencoe (no details available); Mount Gambier Green 6-36 d Mil Lel 0-7; Mount Gambier Blue 5-34 d Moorak 1-24

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Pennant bowls results Mid Week Pennant Millicent Red 49/8 d Naracoorte RSL 34/0; Mount Gambier Blue 52/6 d Naracoorte 42/2; Mount Gambier Red 60/6 d Port MacDonnell 42/2; Mount Gambier RSL Red 58/8 d Millicent Blue 37/0; Port MacDonnell 75/8 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 34/0 Ladies Pennant Division One • Naracoorte 49/7 d Penola 40/1; Millicent Red 42/7 d Mount Gambier RSL 39/1; Millicent Blue 53/6 d Mount Gambier RSL Red 43/2; Port MacDonnell 42/6 d Kingston 41/2 Division Two • Mount Gambier 52/6 d Beachport Blue 46/2; Penola 63/8 d Beachport Red 21/0; Naracoorte RSL 61/8 d Port MacDonnell 36/0; Robe 86/8 d Millicent 25/0 Division Three •Lucindale 47/6 d Naracoorte 44/2; Penola 64/8 d Robe 30/0; Mount Gambier RSL - BYE Saturday Open Pennant Division One • Mount Gambier RSL Red 86/12 d Robe 57/0; Naracoorte 86/10 d Millicent 58/2; Mount Gambier Red 74/9 d Mount Gambier Blue 73/3; Mount Gambeir RSL Blue 71/8 d Port MacDonnell 67/4 Division Two • Kalangadoo 77/12 d Mount Gambier 60/0; Kingston 86/10 d Naracoorte 65/2; Naaracoorte RSL 105/12 d Penola 50/0; Lucindale 84/12 d Mount Gambeir 47/0 Division Three • Port MacDonnell 77/8 d Robe 61/4; Millicent Red 75/10 d Millicent Blue 50/2; Penola 82/12 d Naracoorte 52/0; Mount Gambier RSL 81/11 d Frances 60/1 Division Four (South) • Mount Gambier RSL Red 96/12 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 45/0; Millicent Red 87/12 d Millicent Blue 55/0; Mount Gambier Red 101/12 d Mount Gambier Blue 39/0; Port MacDonnell 64/8 d Beachport South 58/4 Division Four (North) • Kalangadoo 85/12 d Naracoorte RSL 52/0; Lucindale 64/10 d Penola 60/2; Kingston Red 70/12 d Naracoorte 51/0; Kingston Blue 72/10 d Beachport North 70/2

Cracking round six in table tennis Mount Gambier Table Tennis Spring season reached fever pitch last week, with the penultimate round producing some of the most fiercely contested table tennis of the season, duly reflected in the closeness of the results. In Division 1, Broncos had an 8-6 upset victory over Patriots. The second Division 1 match was an even tighter affair, the Raiders and Cowboys matching each other almost point for point all night. It ended in a 9-9 tie and the countback saw Cowboys win by one game. In the first of the Division 2 outings, the Warriors appeared to be in control early, jumping out to a 4-1 lead against the Vikings, but Vikings rallied to ultimately clinch the match by 10 rubbers to 8. The final Division 2 match of the night was unfortunately not such a close one, the Lions starting strongly and setting the tone for the rest of the night, cruising to a 13-5 triumph. 2 rubber winners: Division 1 Travis Sweet, Harry Childs (Broncos), Sirinat Sweet, Sarah Thompson (Raiders), Kuncheria Luka (Cowboys). Division 2 Tracey Rawlings (Vikings), Chris Turner, Nick Sweet (Warriors), James Peake, Andrew Telford, Richard Van Der Linde (Lions).




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