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Most nine-year-olds are winding down ready for Christmas. School has finished and it is holiday time. Not so for Olive Cotton. Her burgeoning card design business has her as busy as ever as she looks to spread Christmas cheer through her handcrafted creations. Handpainted by Olive Cotton is the nine year old’s newly established business, merging her passion for art with a strong entrepreneurial spirit. See inside for full story
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Penola Christmas party time Head to the centre of town in Penola from 3pm this Friday 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.
Sharing the spirit of Christmas Most nine-year-olds are winding down ready for Christmas. School has finished and it is holiday time. Not so for Olive Cotton. Her burgeoning card design business has her as busy as ever as she looks to spread Christmas cheer through her handcrafted creations. Handpainted by Olive Cotton is the nine year old’s newly established business, merging her passion for art with a strong entrepreneurial spirit. She has always loved painting – enjoying the past two years under the tutelage of Anna Mitchell at Relish Art Room - and it was a passion that deepened when a family friend came to visit this April, teaching the budding artist the skill of watercolour painting, and Olive was hooked.
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“...I started painting cards with flowers and then ferns and then I decided I could do Christmas cards...” Then, when the house guest sent a handmade card as a thank you for the visit, Olive decided card making was a perfect outlet for her creative talents and her business was born. “I started painting cards with flowers and then ferns and then I decided I could do Christmas cards,” Olive said. The Mount Gambier based nine year old, who is home schooled then took the next step in any business – finding a distributor for her product and that was Brew Coffee Bar. Olive and her family started as customers and when Brew’s Chelsea had her daughter Aaliyah in July, Olive gave the family a custom made congratulations card – that started a conversation that saw the confident nine year old ask if she could stock her Christmas card collection in the coffee bar. “Chelsea loved my card and so I thought I should just ask her if I could put my cards here (Brew) and I am so lucky she was happy to do that,” Olive said. She also takes phone orders through her mother, masquerading as her agent, on 0439 985 343 for any occasion all year round. She has even made a wedding card after her skills were sought out to mark one of the most important occasions in anyone’s life. “I really enjoy making the cards,” Olive, who checks Brew’s supplies every few days so she knows there will always be cards in stock, said. She estimates she has sold around 100 cards since kickstarting Handpainted by Olive Cotton and she has a clear financial plan for her $3-a-pop business. “I split it evenly between my savings, spendings and offering at church,” Olive said.
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Counting their blessings Mount Gambier family grateful for community support Anna Fry certainly gave her parents a huge scare and the road to recovery continues but the prognosis for the ?? month old is now overwhelmingly positive. When Mount Gambier couple Ashlee & Jesse Fry and big sister Lara welcomed Anna into the world everything was pretty much smooth sailing. As with most parents, they were more relaxed and confident second time around and the only concern was Anna was not putting on weight as quickly as CaFHS staff would have preferred. It was at the four week mark that Anna caught a cold that could well have saved her life. “She had a cough and a runny nose and I was just keeping an eye on it,” Ashlee said. “I did notice her lips going a little blue at times but everything seemed fine.” Then, at six weeks, an episode of Anna projectile vomiting saw Ashlee head to the doctors, kickstarting a run of check ups through CaFHS, the paediatrician and the hospital. “They put Anna on oxygen and couldn’t get a good reading so decided to keep her in overnight and nothing seemed too serious that first day or two,” Ashlee, who stayed with Anna at the hospital, said. It was night three at the hospital that Anna took a turn for the worse, turning completely blue three times and basically being brought back from the brink six or seven times and before she knew it, Ashlee and Anna were on the
“...I was there and knew what was going on and she had a nurse with her 24/7 and I knew she was safe...” (Ashlee Fry) plane headed to Adelaide. It was the uncertainty that made the situation so frightening as doctors looked to find out what was wreaking havoc with Anna’s breathing. It was eventually picked up that Anna was aspirating with a sleep study showing that she stopped breathing over 100 times in a 12 hour period. “That’s when it all started to come together and we realised she was using all her calories to just breath and that’s why she hadn’t been putting on weight,” Ashlee said. Discovering Anna’s apnoea has been life changing and putting her on oxygen to give her a hand allowed her little body to start healing. “She hasn’t had an apnoea in 11 weeks now and while she still needs oxygen she is getting better all the time and will continue to be reviewed every three months,” Ashlee said. “At this stage we believe she will basically grow out of it.” Ashlee, who has studied nursing herself, and has worked in the childcare sector for a number of years, was full of praise for the Women’s and Children’s Hospital staff and while she admits there
“...we realised she was using all her calories to just breath and that’s why she hadn’t been putting on weight...” (Ashlee Fry)
is still some trepidation around Anna’s condition, she can tackle this health issue calmly, given her training. The family is also working with a dietician and speech therapist to ensure Anna makes a full and lasting recovery and appointments with an ear, nose and throat surgeon now part of the team to try and get to the bottom as to what caused Anna’s issues in the first place. And while her time in Adelaide with Anna away from Jesse and Lara and her wide family support network was tough, Ashlee felt it was tougher for the family left in Mount Gambier. “I was there and knew what was going on and she had a nurse with her 24/7 and I knew she was safe,” Ashlee said. “For Jesse, it was really tough, especially until he actually saw her for the first time after she was flown to Adelaide and he drove up to see her and now that he can see her getting better he is feeling better about it all.” And for Jesse and his family, Anna’s medical emergency brought back some tough memories – Jesse’s brother dies of SIDS. “Anna having trouble breathing brought up a lot of emotions for
“... something like this does put life in perspective and we are certainly thinking of ways we can pay it forward...” (Ashlee Fry)
“... it has been so amazing how many people want to help but have really appreciated what people have done for us...it was hard to accept the help because we just know there are so many people doing it tougher than we are......” (Ashlee Fry) them,” Ashlee said. What has been overwhelming for both Jesse and Ashlee is the support of the community, including their employers, as they have navigated Anna’s condition, and then mates, putting together fundraisers to help the young family. “It has been so amazing how many people want to help but have really appreciated what people have done for us,” Ashlee said. “It was hard to accept the help because we just know there are so many people doing it tougher than we are. I saw so many families when I was in the hospital with Anna and we know we’ve got it good. Something like this does put life in perspective and we are certainly thinking of ways
we can pay it forward.” Travis Younghusband spearheaded the main fundraising night at East Gambier Football Club, with a monster raffle with prizes worth more than $15,000 donated and this Saturday the Longriders Motorcycle Club is holding a Dice Run to add to the coffers. Registrations are from 10.30am this Saturday at the former Bunnings carpark on Millicent Road and finish with an after party at the group’s clubrooms at 176 Lake Terrace East. For more details on how you can get involved this weekend call Graeme Cleves on 0419 806 410. PHOTOS COURTESY OF SONYA FRANCIS PHOTGRAPHY
Two decades of lending a helping hand Millicent Community Centre celebrates 20 years of service to the local community A diverse human services centre established in Millicent two decades ago when a need was identified for local support for vulnerable people continues to serve the community. Twenty years of service delivery at the ac.care Millicent Community Centre was recently celebrated with clients invited to express what the centre meant to them, prompting praise for the support they received in the “welcoming” and “safe zone” from “kind staff”, some of whom have been employed at the site since it was established. Continuously adjusting to match community needs, the centre has grown to offer diverse services, from emergency relief to family support, supervised child contact, personal and financial counselling, as well as serving as a Service SA and Services Australia agency and base for outreach by other organisations, including employment and housing providers. “It’s great to be able to provide services in Millicent so people can just pop up the street, instead of having to go to Mount Gambier, especially when transport is an issue,” said centre manager Evonne Lambert, who notched up 20 years of service at the celebration after being part of the centre since its foundation. “We do have a lot of housing issues in the Millicent area and people can visit the centre to access services and payments or even just obtain some emergency food supplies – it’s great that ac.care has been able to continue the service in the town for 20 years.” Mrs Lambert said the centre was extensively supported with diverse donations, including food from Millicent supermarkets and restaurants, together with contributions from service clubs, Wattle Range Council and the broader community, to increase its impact for vulnerable people. She said the longevity of staff service demonstrated their commitment as they embraced ac.care’s mission of providing support for country people to have safe homes, enough money to live on and strong, positive relationships. ac.care chief executive officer Shane Maddocks said local people providing local services was vital
“...it’s great to be able to provide services in Millicent so people can just pop up the street, instead of having to go to Mount Gambier, especially when transport is an issue... it’s great that ac.care has been able to continue the service in the town for 20 years” Evonne Lambert (Millicent Community Centre manager)
and I think still being here 20 years later speaks for itself ... the staff are friendly and happy and it’s just a wonderful service for the local community of Millicent and surrounds.” Find out more or contribute to ac.care at www.accare.org.au or by calling 1300 ACCARE (1300 222 273). SERVING THE COMMUNITY: (Left) ac.care Millicent Community Centre staff and volunteers Jenny Morris, Angela Malpas, Cheryl Brennan, Rose Pilven, Janette Stringer, Neil Macartney, Melissa Snook and Evonne Lambert.
“...you just have to look around the centre and you can see what they provide to help people who are battling...” John Drew (Wattle Range Councillor) to identify and deliver community needs. “ac.care is incredibly proud of the service that has been provided to the Millicent community over the last 20 years,” he said. “Our dedicated staff team with over 80 years of experience serving this community continues to provide a range of services, often saving people a 100km round trip to Mount Gambier – it is important people can access local services close to home, particularly when we know there are limited transport options.” Wattle Range Council member John Drew said the work of organisations like ac.care supporting the community was vital. “You just have to look around the centre and you can see what
they provide to help people who are battling and those who just don’t have access to a bank or need help with paperwork and government forms - the range of services is just amazing,” he said, thanking staff, volunteers and ac.care on behalf of the council for supporting the community. Retiree Lynn Fisher was involved in establishment of the community centre and managing the service for the first five years.
MILESTONE: (Below) Former ac.care staff member Lynn Fisher, ac.care chairman Rick Fisher, Millicent Community Centre manager Evonne Lambert, Wattle Range Council member John Drew and ac.care chief executive officer Shane Maddocks celebrate 20 years of the centre servicing the Millicent community.
“Staff, including some still here today, along with volunteers, spent weekends painting the interior of the building once the rooms had been constructed and we had a lot of fun,” she said. “It’s a wonderful community
“...it’s a wonderful community and I think still being here 20 years later speaks for itself ...” Lynne Fisher
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“...it is very satisfying to see that Coonawarra has now gained the title for Australia’s top Cabernet for 2021...” Heidi Eldridge (Coonawarra Vignerons Association events & marketing officer)
Coonawarra cabernet comes out on top James Halliday is an icon of the Australian wine industry so when his name is attached to an awards scheme you know it is prestigious. That is why the recent awards claimed by the 2019 Yalumba The Menzies Cabernet Sauvignon from Coonawarra are so impressive. Not only did the wine top the Coonawarra region as part of the
recently announced 2021 James Halliday Australian Chardonnay and Cabernet Challenge Trophy Winners but was also adjudged the top cabernet sauvignon overall, scoring 98 points, topping the 297 entries from 22 wine regions across Australia. The 2021 Yarra Valley hosted event was the first time the James
Halliday Australian Chardonnay and Cabernet Challenges were ‘blended’ and judged simultaneously, with the results announced via a livestream presentation hosted by wine writer Nick Ryan. The ten Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon ‘Best of Region’ Regional Winners were from regions achieving scores of 95 points or more. The award-winning winemakers joined the livestream to receive their awards and discuss their wines. James Halliday then joined to reveal the overall Trophy winners in what was a true celebration of the world’s most planted and popular ‘king’ and ‘queen’ varieties. The 2019 Yalumba The Menzies Cabernet Sauvignon broke a run of Margaret River winners in the
category, taking out the past five top gongs on offer as part of the James Halliday Challenge. The significance of the victory was not lost on Coonawarra Vignerons Events and Marketing Officer Heidi Eldridge. “This is a fabulous achievement for Yalumba and the Coonawarra wine making team, and we couldn’t be more excited,” Ms Eldridge said. “This is the first time in this wine show’s six year history, that the coveted Cabernet trophy has been awarded to a region outside of Margaret River. A Coonawarra wine came very, very close to taking out the grand prize in the 2020 event, which was hosted collectively by Coonawarra, Margaret River and the Yarra Valley, so it is very satisfying to see that Coonawarra has now gained the title for Australia’s top Cabernet for 2021.” Chair of Judges Chris Crawford reflected on the Challenge saying nine judges assessed more than
650 entries of Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon from across Australia “All the top ranked wines of each region are a testament to how far these wines have come. Displaying balance, depth, freshness and intensity – overall impressive quality.”. The James Halliday Australian Chardonnay and Cabernet Challenge is a celebration of the world’s most popular two varieties and Australia’s outstanding regional diversity. Born in the Yarra Valley in 2012, the James Halliday Australian Chardonnay Challenge celebrates all chardonnays in its quest to find the nation’s best. Chardonnay is Australia’s most planted white variety and the continuing evolution of its style by Australian makers is heralded globally. The James Halliday Australian Cabernet Challenge was launched in 2016. As the world’s most widely planted vine and Australia’s third most planted variety, Cabernet Sauvignon is one of Australian wine’s great success stories. WINNING WINEMAKER: Heather Fraser
Bring on 2022 classes McDonald Park School student leaders help set up disadvantaged students for schooling success McDonald Park School student leaders had a strong focus on wellbeing in 2021 and it has spawned a practical project that is set to benefit a number of Mount Gambier families heading into the 2022 school year. The students decided putting together pack packs for disadvantaged students, complete with basic school supplies, including stationery, pencil cases and lunchboxes, was a worthwhile focus and they have teamed with ac.care to disseminate the 30 back packs the school has been able to put together. Student leaders Skye Wilson and Jacoby Dixon said the whole school community had supported the project. “It was so exciting to be able to fill up the back packs with all the supplies we have,” Skye said. A casual day held recently also raised funds so any missing items for the back packs could be purchased with the gold coin donations from students ensuring all 30 of the back packs were choc full of items for the 2022 school year. “We also made sure we had girl and boy supplies and back packs and also back packs for kids in reception through to high school as well,” Skye said. The wellbeing focus also saw the student leaders organise a paint
job for the school’s toilets with stickers with inspirational quotes, which are also on classroom doors throughout the school.
BACK TO SCHOOL PROJECT: Jacoby Dixon & Skye Wilson with the backpacks ready for pick up by ac.care.
A pitch perfect drop Majella favourite brings home wine show trophy Local winery Majella Wines is celebrating after being awarded the Trophy for the Best Shiraz/ Cabernet Blend, at Australia’s premier wine awards, the Melbourne Royal Wine Awards. The Coonawarra operation is owned and operated by brothers Brian and Anthony Lynn and the next generation, Peter, Steven,
Nerys, Gerard and Daniel. The Lynn family has been in Coonawarra for four generations, and the Majella vineyards were first established in 1968. “We are delighted to win this prestigious award with The Musician,” Majella director Brian Lynn said. “It’s our biggest selling wine and has done exceptionally
well on the Wine Show circuit since its release back in 2005.”. Conducted by Melbourne Royal for more than 135 years, the Melbourne Royal Wine Awards give producers an opportunity to benchmark their wines against industry standards, seek advice from an independent panel of experts, and promote and market
award-winning products using the Melbourne Royal seal of excellence. This year, more than 3000 entries were received from winemakers across the country.
A panel of more than 35 industry experts, including winemakers, sommeliers and retailers assessed the thousands of entries over four days at Melbourne Showgrounds.
Sharing the Christmas story Christ Church Mount Gambier carols service features nine languages
It was a celebration of Christmas with a difference when nine languages made up the Christ Church Anglican Church Mount Gambier carols service at the end of last month. More than 230 people attended the service, while a further 400 have streamed the event on YouTube with more than $500 raised for Foodbank. It was the first time the church had utilised its newly donated camera technology. Performances by Phoenix Choir, St Martins Lutheran College, Tenison Woods College and the Salvation Army, with contributions from the South African, German,
Italian, Sri Lankan, Indian and other African communities. A group of young children - Sparks and Seekers - re-enacted the Christmas story dressed as Mary, Joseph, shepherds and the wise men. Fr Neil Fernando was thrilled with the success of the event. “It gave people the opportunity to see and hear the real story of Christmas - the birth of Christ, not Christmas presents and parties and gatherings, enjoyable as they might be,” Fr Fernando said. “I really appreciated the efforts of a small group of Christ Church volunteers who helped in putting everything together, particularly the new technology the church
was using for the first time. I wish everyone in Mount Gambier and District a happy and holy Christmas.” Those who would like to watch the service can see it on www. anglicanmountgambier.org.au or on YouTube by searching Christ Church Mount Gambier.
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Sustainable art in the spotlight Chrissy Pudney showcases her passions in her annual Port MacDonnell exhibition
The unveiling of Chrissy Pudney’s annual Port MacDonnell Community Complex exhibition is a snapshot of the artist’s past 12 months. It is a window into her passion for the environment and subsequent beachcombing activities to collect waste and is also a showcase of her long standing affinity with ceramics, making À Partir du Sol 2021 a very personal exhibition for the Limestone Coast artist. This exhibition is the culmination of periods of work throughout the past 12 months, both here in the Limestone Coast as well as on her travels to her home state of Queensland and back. She also has featured a collection of new
ceramic pieces created whilst camping in the Central Highlands of Queensland. As always the artist had a clear vision for her annual exhibition. “My primary intention in this new work is to explore the potential of sourcing items and materials which have already exhausted a purpose, which is why beach debris, ghost ropes and baling twine feature in these creations,” Chrissy said. “Many of the pieces exude an air of beauty and sadness.” Chrissy has long had a focus on the waste that accidentally or intentionally finds its ways into our
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waterways and oceans using only a small portion of what she clears from the coastal environment. “I comb local beaches for the marine litter and while the baling twine is sourced from safely discarded waste, the ghost ropes and debris wash aground on the local coastline, with potential to cause major environmental damage,” Chrissy said. “It is such a feeling of satisfaction after the process of gathering, cleaning, sorting and creating.” The army wife did dabble in craft prior to settling into Limestone Coast but that was when she made art her primary focus. It was back in 1983 when she first tried her hand at basket weaving and three years later, she started working with clay at a Puckapunyal craft club, and so the pattern continued. “It was my way of making friends and finding a social life each place we moved to,” Chrissy said. “I wasn’t a typical army wife, I had unusual interests. People used to say I was a square peg in a round hole. That I was born in the wrong century as I gravitated towards unusual interests. I was always seeking out the craft groups and things like that wherever we moved.” And pursuing those interests became much more of a full time mission once the couple moved to Mount Gambier in 2000 and by 2003, the textile and ceramic artist was enrolled at TAFE completing a Certificate IV in those disciplines. “I enjoyed my time studying at TAFE but I do feel I’ve learned a lot more away from formal education,” Chrissy said. “Life experience and experimentation is what has improved my art.” She also credits her time working in administration at Riddoch Art Gallery as a pivotal time in her development as an artist, putting
her into contact with two people who have significantly influenced her artistic career. She worked alongside long serving gallery director Lucia Pichler and the two forged a strong friendship based in their love of the arts. “I am still friends with her today,” Chrissy said. It was also through the Riddoch Art Gallery that Chrissy was exposed to the work of Portland artist Carmel Wallace. “I was spoiled to be surrounded by her work while I was working there,” Chrissy said. “I often wondered how she created her work and then one day it twigged and it’s the sort of work I’ve tried to do myself.” Chrissy is a former member of the South East Art Society and is currently part of the Gallery 54 collective and the Limestone Coast art community has certainly been part of her remaining committed to life as an artist. “It is certainly the most vibrant and supportive arts community I have been involved with,” Chrissy said. “There are more opportunities, people put in more effort and it’s across all the arts
Starting school with a smile For a young child, starting school is an exciting but sometimes daunting experience. In preparation for this milestone, United Way Glenelg along with Portland Aluminium have gifted children across the Glenelg
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Shire a book about an endearing and heart-warming story called It’s lovely when you smile by author Sam McBratney. Close to 200 children received the beautifully written and illustrated book, focusing on how children can discover words to tell us how they might feel on some days. Nicole Carr United Way Glenelg’s executive officer said children have very complex emotions. “The start of school is an exciting time, with new friends to make, finding fun ways to learn and a chance to discover different things, but there will be some days at school when children are feeling grumpy, a little sad and can’t find a smile,” Ms Carr said. “The story reminds
– not just the visual arts but the performing arts as well.” It was almost three years ago that building a sustainable art practice and the use of debris from beaches and materials found in the natural world became a priority for the Limestone Coast artist and she basically committed to using recyclable material wherever possible in her creations. “I’ve used recycled clay from TAFE and things I find in my garden or the bush,” she said. “I am very passionate about the environment and I have really tried to focus on the debris on our beaches – it just shouldn’t be there.” Chrissy realises she is in a privileged position. “I don’t have to work so I am lucky that I can pursue my art and don’t have to worry about selling things,” Chrissy said. Safe to say, this exhibition is a tangible example of that commitment to sustainable art. You can find out more about Chrissy and her artwork at an artist conversation and afternoon tea at the Port MacDonnell Community Complex on January 9, from 1-2.30pm, with the exhibition running through to February 27. them that it is okay to feel this way but sometimes we should talk to a grown-up like Mum, Dad, or a teacher. It also encourages children that showing kindness to a friend by saying something nice, sharing a game or giving them one of their smiles is a great way to build resilience.” Portland Aluminium Plant Manager Ron Jorgensen said it was important to recognise the importance of literacy for our youngest readers, to give them the best possible start to their schooling. “I am personally very proud to be involved in the program,” he said. STARTING SCHOOL WITH A SMILE: Five year old Quinn Van Smale is super excited to be starting school next year.
Family winery & emerging artist Beachport unveils two pivotal community projects combine forces for Christmas drop
Coonawarra winery Zema Estate has collaborated with young Australian illustrator Christie Williams to create a limited edition Sparkling Merlot label for this festive season. Christie is an up-and-coming illustrator who specialises in colourful Australian fauna and flora. Her Dandenong Ranges home is the inspiration for her artwork. Zema Zstate director Nick Zema said it was important for businesses to support independent artists. “We love working with young artists and independent businesses – Christie’s work is very vibrant, and we were excited to work on this project together,” Nick said. Christie, featured in Frankie and Origin Magazine, said she liked collaborating with like-minded businesses – and a celebratory sparkling Merlot sounded like a great opportunity. “The fairy-wren is one of Australia’s favourite birds, and the vivid blue in my design married beautifully with Zema’s Sparkling
Merlot wine label,” Christie said. Zema Estate celebrates 40 years in business next year and while it’s important to stay true to their core beliefs, Nick said they were always looking to evolve in an everchanging climate. “We wanted to put a new spin on sparkling red, which has long been a traditional Aussie classic.” Zema Estate’s limited edition 2018 Sparkling Merlot is available by contacting the winery on (08)8736 3219 or visit: https://www. zema.com.au/product/2018Sparkling-Merlot-limited
Those living in Beachport are set to benefit from brand new play equipment and associated landscaping after the completion of the Susan Wilson Memorial Playground, with the newly renovated Beachport Bowling Club also unveiled earlier this month as part of a raft of federally funded projects across Wattle Range. Member for Barker Tony Pasin was on hand to officially open both the playground and redeveloped club – the playground being the beneficiary of $200,000 of federal funds and the bowling club snaring $165,000. The new playground includes a giant pirate ship, with plenty of sand play, climbing rope equipment, flying fox, slides and swings. “This is a great example of a project that not only brings children and community together to enjoy the final outcome, but it’s wonderful to see community cooperation involved.” Mr Pasin said. “It’s an extremely impressive playground and I have no doubt this will bring visitors from afar to visit Beachport.” Wattle Range Council chief executive officer Ben Gower said Wattle Range Council was appreciative of the Federal Government’s significant contribution to both the playground. “As well as providing a wonderful playground for our local community, projects of this nature provide a welcomed boost to visitor numbers and have positive flow through effects for small business and the local economy,” Mr Gower said. Wattle Range Mayor Des Noll also welcomed the community investment from Canberra for the
town’s bowling club. “This building has a rich history of community service over the many years since its original construction as the Beachport Railway Station. The Railway Station was the terminus of a spur line from Mount Gambier to Beachport.” Mayor Noll said. “As well as being the home of the Beachport Bowling Club, it delivers to the community many other opportunities for its use. The
re-development will make it a sought after function facility.” And in a true sign of the sense of community in the seaside town, the Beachport Lions Club also contributed a lot of time and effort to the playground project, “The Lions Club has established a great relationship with the council enabling us to work together assisting with projects benefiting the Beachport community,” Beachport Lions Club member Mike Coonan “A total of 130 hours was donated by the Lions Club members to build the boundary fence and a red gum archway, with the BBQ area render work still yet to be completed. We thank the council for reimbursing all project materials used and look forward to continuing to work on future projects together.” Mr Pasin said he would continue to work closely with the Wattle Range Council to ensure local projects continue to get underway and support jobs and businesses in the region. “We know how important these developments and upgrades are for our communities because we recognise the social and community benefits that come from increased activity as well as keeping our communities a safe place to live,” Mr Pasin said. The Federal Government has approved funding of $2,623,946 for Wattle Range Council projects as part of the $1.5 billion Local Road and Community Infrastructure Program, which is supporting local jobs, businesses and boosting the economy. Lossie Lane, in Millicent, Mount Burr service roads, Penola town entrance upgrades and the Penola to Coonawarra Cycling/Walling Trail have all secured part of the almost $3million federal funding pie earmarked for Wattle Range.
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9. Comedian Ronnie Corbett teamed with which fellow funny man for the TV series The Two Ronnies? 10. Jeff Bridges has received seven Oscar acting nominations for one win – for his role in which movie did Bridges take home his only Oscar? 11. Henry VII was aligned with which English royal house? 12. West Indian pace bowler Joel Garner played his domestic cricket for Barbados and county cricket for Somerset – who did he represent in the Sheffield Shield in the 1982/83 season? 13. What is the female equivalent of Maharaja? 14. Which Australian State would you be visiting if you were in Wynyard? 15. Sir Arthur C. Clarke co-write which iconic 1960s science fiction movie blockbuster? 16. Best Picture Oscar winner Chariots of Fire focusses on the rivalry of which two Olympic athletes? 17. Who was the English captain for the infamous Bodyline Ashes series in the 1930s? 18. Which two drivers won Bathurst earlier this month? 19. US actress Katie Holmes made her name playing which character on the teen TV drama Dawson’s Creek? 20. Who did Sir Robert Menzies succeed as Australian Prime Minister? 21. Which three reporters were
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1. Who was the lead singer of Aussie rock band Silverchair? 2. Addis Ababa is the capital of which African country? 3. The Secret River and The Idea of Perfection are award winnings novels by which Australian author? 4. What are baby mice called? 5. How many individual items make up a baker’s dozen? 6. And Just Like That is a reboot of which iconic 90s TV series? 7. With which sport do we associate the name Tyson Fury? 8. Who is the Victorian Opposition Leader?
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the original on air talent on the Australian version of 60 Minutes that debuted in 1979? 22. Which John Steinbeck novel won the Pulitzer Prize? 23. Gillian Armstrong is an award winning ‘what’ in the film industry? 24. What is the name of the black panther in Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book? 25. Who played Muriel’s best friend Rhonda in the Aussie cult classic film Muriel’s Wedding? 26. Bond Street is a prestigious fashion retail precinct in which capital city? 27. Port Power premiership player Dean Brogan also won an NBL championship with which franchise?
EVERYTHING IN MODERATION Good news - all foods fit into you diet. Restricting your favourite foods or trying to avoid them will only make you crave them more - they can and should be a part of a healthy diet, no guilt or shame attached. The caveat to the above rule is that ‘treat’ foods are enjoyed occasionally and in moderation, on top of a healthy diet.
SUMMER TRAINING TIPS In summer the time of day you workout is pretty important. Training early in the morning, or if mornings aren’t your thing, then getting it done in the evenings when the temperature drops slightly is recommended. Of course there is also training indoors. You might want to make the most of the sun, but there are many fitness studios around Australia which have air con pumping, so get your session done in air con certainly a lot more enjoyable.
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(March 21- April 20) Lucky Colour: Blue Racing Numbers: 7-8-9-3 Lucky Day: Friday Lotto Numbers: 4-12-23-24-35-41 You will need to talk things out with your loved ones before making sudden changes in your schedule. If you plan well and take care of details, success will follow.
(April 21- May 20) Lucky Colour: Red Racing Numbers: 7-8-9-3 Lucky Day: Wednesday Lotto Numbers: 1-6-8-23-35-22
Too much imagination could bring on situations that are better to avoid be careful of all extremes. Not a good idea of spending money you have not got yet. Please wait until the fruit drops before you eat it. BREASTSCREEN MOBILE UNIT VISIT MOUNT GAMBIER HOSPITAL Until April 18
(May 21- June 21) Lucky Colour: Silver Racing Numbers: 6-3-4-6 Lucky Day: Saturday Lotto Numbers: 3-5-45-13-39-40 The wise people will just take this period as it comes and stick with the routine affairs. Circumstances could be misleading, and decisions should be based on what you know rather than who you know.
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If you have been springing a few surprises on loved ones lately, watch out for your latest one that could bring in fireworks. Some problems with career matters could be blown out of proportion if you let it.
(August 23- September 23) Lucky Colour: Lilac Racing Numbers: 6-7-3-4 Lucky Day: Monday Lotto Numbers: 2-13-24-34-41-11 A lot will depend on how well you consider your loved one’s feelings and your partner’s cooperation. If ok, it will keep your affairs stable; if not, you are in for a problem. It’s up to you to make the best of it.
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(October 24- November 22) Lucky Colour: Violet Racing Numbers: 2-4-3-7 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 2-4-12-23-31-22 Some deception about but you could gain the upper hand in the long run. The career side of your love life could become very demanding, and you would have to be very careful not to make mistakes.
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(December 21- January 19) Lucky Colour: Blue Racing Numbers: 8-4-5-6 Lucky Day: Tuesday Lotto Numbers: 1-13-24-34-42-22 Do not pass on any gossip you hear during this period. It would be best if you were cautious in your dealings with others. Do not expect too much too soon. The best time will be had by the romantically inclined.
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By Calum Haygarth Landscape Architect & Horticultural Consultant “And so this is Christmas, and what have we done ? ….. I think it’s a case of what haven’t we done! Another bumper year for the entire nursery with online sales going through the roof especially to New South Wales and Victoria but we are proud of what we have achieved in servicing these customers needs with plants throughout their numerous lockdowns and hopefully bringing a bit of brightness to their gardens and lives. There are numerous health benefits of gardening and this has been experienced across the nation so it’s good to know more and more people have dabbled in and around the homes with budding green thumbs. This will be my last In The Garden segment for 2021, Gosh what a year to reflect on again and it has certainly come around rather too fast for my liking and everyone’s with all the dramas. That said I think the consensus is that we are going to have a bumper Christmas with everyone being allowed to be together and enjoying themselves. (fingers crossed) and welcoming our Western Victorian customers back into the nursery over the past two weeks to get their Gardenarium fix has been a joy to see. With the late/non-existent spring, and patchy weather ever since, I don’t think the plants know what to do either. With not too many sleeps left to Christmas it’s time to head down to Gardenarium for their 25–70% off pre-Christmas sale. You can still layby now for Christmas and leave picking up until Christmas Eve if you wish, especially plants and living Christmas trees. The Old Potting Shed Gift shop within Gardenarium is bursting at the seams with a new collection of glazed indoor pots, sensational garden tools from Burgon and Ball in the UK, wall art of every kind for indoors and out, statues, hanging pots, the list goes on. The farmyard and corrals are full again with an array of pigs, sheep, cows and chooks even meerkats. The Limestone Coast Advanced Trees part of the company is also as full as ever, even with the strange weather, and we have up to 50% off trees until Christmas Eve, including mop tops and weeping cherries. Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without hydrangeas and we have masses of stunning mature plants in all colours, ranging from intense blue, to purple, red, pinks and whites, as well as the new release dwarf varieties and the beautiful new double pink called Miss Saori. These are ideal indoors for a short time, as decorations to your outside entertaining areas or as a fantastic Christmas gift. This year we have increased the numbers of fruit trees in most categories, especially dwarf and semi dwarf which now outsell full sized trees and these are an ideal gift for anyone wishing to start a new orchard and all 25 % off in the pre Christmas sale. Cherries and blueberries are popular eating choices over Christmas as well as our recently released dwarf mulberry and of course Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without raspberries.
Wollemi Pines are back again after a long drought and are ideal to decorate for Christmas trees for a short time indoors, for outdoors on the patio or to plant in the garden as a living fossil. Along with Norfolk island pines in our annual range of live Christmas trees which has had two new varieties added for 2021 available in several sizes, be quick as they are selling fast. The gift shop is bursting with ideas for non-gardeners also, with outdoor clocks, all sorts of china jardinières and pots, terrariums, some intricately made garden art in metal made out of all sorts of old tools and welded together garden art pieces giving unique and interesting one offs like a laser cut Aussie fire pit and windspinners. Gardenarium is well known for its range of birdhouses and feeders and this year is no exception with three new ranges on offer, some colourful metal and timber birdhouses, dovecotes and, of course, birdbaths, all of which were too many to put on our website www,gardenarium.com.au so you will need to call in and have a look. Our range of outdoor furniture has been added to this season with the introduction of ceramic outdoor dining tables in natural and grey wood look, along with an expansion to our teak outdoor table ranges with backless benches in two sizes, that are handmade with traditional construction that will last generations, these can also be used on their own in the garden. The new children’s picnic bench setting has also been very popular giving the kids their own table for eating outside. Many of the products we sell are from poor, underdeveloped countries and, in particular, the range of driftwood creations we have each year are from pieces of driftwood harvested from the beaches by local villagers in the typhoon hit areas of the Philippines. Each village is allowed to harvest a certain amount of driftwood thrown up from the typhoons and craft them into the wonderful pieces we sell, from Christmas decorations to spheres, planters and decorative wreathes, and a brand new range of birdhouses in several styles, see website for photos. I urge everyone to dig deep this Christmas by buying a piece of driftwood artwork or ornaments that will last forever. Cast iron boot scrapers are finally back and Sloggers clogs and boots for both men and woman are all minimum $10 off with many up to 50%off and ideal for a Kris Kringle and for everyday wear in this current weather. Managers and staff at Gardenarium & The Limestone Coast Group of Companies would like to take this opportunity to wish all our customers and readers a very Happy Christmas and relaxing New Year. We will be closing from 4.30pm Christmas Eve until January 4 for a well earned break with our families after what has been a crazy year for our online sales area of the business and here in the nursery and hope you can all wait until then to see us again. Happy Christmas.
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2021 Barker Awards Local winners of the Member for Barker Mr Tony Pasin’s annual Barker Shield Program have been presented with the award as part of their end of year school presentation ceremonies. The Barker Shield is an annual award given to three students in each participating school. It celebrates student excellence in three categories: academic achievement; community service and spirit; and a category determined by the school. “As Federal Member for Barker, it is a great privilege to be able to recognise the valuable contribution of the students that achieve at
1. Member for Barker Tony Pasin with Bordertown High School Award recipients Community Service and Spirit Award winner Anna Will Dux of the School winner Lili Jaensch & Academic Achievement Award winner Jayce Dimitriadis 2. Tenison Woods College Academic Achievement Award winner Geoffery Slattery 3. St Martins Lutheran College Academic Achievement Award winner Agnes Doyle 4. St Martins Luthern College Community Service & Spirit Award Sheridan Sakkers 5. St Martins Lutheran College School’s Choice Award - Supporting the Ethos of the School Award winner Jemima Puust
very high levels,” Mr Pasin said. “COVID19 has no doubt had an impact on us all. I commend students on their perseverance, dedication and commitment to their studies during this once in a lifetime disruption. “I wish to congratulate each of the students who received a Barker Shield Award. They are incredibly worthy recipients who have made positive contributions to their school community. “This positive contribution is permanently honoured through the perpetual Barker Shield, which is displayed in a prominent location at each school.”
6. Millicent High School Barker Award winners - Academic Achievement Award winner Amelia Ballantyne, Commitment to Education & Learning Award winner Harry D’Onghia & Community Service & Spirit Award winner Bianca Bennier 7. Tenison Woods College School Pride Award winner Rajat Pandey 8. Penola High School Barker Award winners - Community Service & Spirit Award winner Charlotte Neale & Academic Achievement Award winner Stella Glynn. Absent: Vocational Education Award winner Aaron Edwards. 9. Tenison Woods College Community Service and Spirit Award winner Bree Robinson
Shop local this Christmas Chamber of Commerce backs spending money in our own backyard Encouraging the Mount Gambier community to shop local has always been a focus of the Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce and it has never been more important than in 2021 when the local business landscape has never faced such significant challenges. Chamber of Commerce president Hayley Neumann is spruiking the shop local message as passionately as any business owner and that is why the Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce has been happy to work with Lifestyle1 to promote the wide variety of amazing businesses we have in Mount Gambier and to highlight the business owners, who work hard to provide our community with a great choice of product, not only at Christmas time but all year round. Santa visited the district for Santa’s Boulevard, our reimagined Christmas parade, and with the Mount Gambier City Council decorations adorning our streets, the new look nativity scene in place at the Cave Gardens, and local businesses also getting into the festive spirit with their stores draped in Yuletide themed displays, Christmas is on our doorstep. Christmas carols are filling the air and local retailers are looking to make your Christmas shopping enjoyable and successful. The retail sector is the largest employer group in Mount Gambier, making it even more important to support our local businesses as not only do they provide employment for you and your neighbours, but they also provide support for our local schools, charities and sporting clubs. “As president of the Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce I just encourage you to shop locally this Christmas,” Ms Neumann said. “Whether it is the Commercial Street precinct, the Mount Gambier Marketplace or Mount Gambier Central, Mount Gambier is blessed with a wide variety of stores and gift options and plenty of friendly, helpful staff to ensure you find the perfect gift for everyone this Christmas. I would also like to encourage you to consider those less fortunate in our community. Christmas is generally a time for family and friends to gather, but it can also be a very lonely time for many, therefore I urge you to make a contribution to the Mayor’s Community Christmas Appeal or to one of the many charities available in our city. On behalf of the Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce I thank you for your support throughout this year and wish you all a wonderful Christmas and a Happy and Safe New Year.”
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The District Council of Grant advises that the principal office at 324 Commercial Street West, Mount Gambier will be closed from 12.00pm Friday 24 December 2021 and will re-open at 8.30am on Tuesday 4 January 2022. The Mayor, Elected Members and Staff wish everyone a safe and happy Christmas and New Year.
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Tenison Woods College Year 12 Formal 1. Luke Gray, Ella Egan, Jaedyn Gray, Caleb Casey, Jen & David Gray 2. Abigael Rose Ahadi, Astride Ndjeka & Nadia Munguakwokwa 3. Anthony Holmes & Ciaran Buckley 4. Rebecca Whittaker, Victoria Circelli, Alice Circelli, Meagan Nattrass, Frank Circelli & William Circelli 5. Rachel O’Brien, Dane O’Brien, Mykaela Thiele, Lochlan Thiele & Brendan O’Brien
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Sale 105 Tollner Road, Compton $699,000 - $729,000 Open by appointment
Rental 30 Wehl Street, Mt Gambier $200 P/W Available: 20/12/2021
7 Kingsley Court, Mt Gambier $469,000 - $489,000 Open by appointment
239 Jubilee Highway West, Mt Gambier $1,190,000 Open by appointment
Sale 16+ 7 2
202 Ruwoldt Road, Yahl $449,000 - $469,000 Open by appointment
532 Eight Mile Creek Road, Eight Mile Creek 4 $400 P/W Available: 20/12/2021
3/1 Millard Street, Mt Gambier $185,000 Open by appointment
3 Birdwood Avenue, Mt Gambier $260 P/W Available: 10/01/2022
Tahlia Gabrielli Principal Sales Executive 0438 883 992
Sarah Barney Sales Executive 0438 883 972
Leearna Roberts Sales Executive 0417 919 330
Sale The Cutting Crew, Mt Gambier Price on Application Open by appointment
Jess Teakle Property Management 0455 826 616
Sale SE Handy Mix, Mt Gambier $450,000 + GST Open by appointment
FACT Fish & Chip Shop, Mt Gambier $319,000 Open by appointment
Bec Hann Property Management (08) 8724 7405
Macey Humphries Administration (08) 8724 7405
27 Powell Street, Mt Gambier Expressions of Interest Open by appointment
Simply PT, Mt Gambier Price on Application Open by appointment
Sale Coming Soon... Business
Limoncello Caravan Bar Open by appointment
Kate Faint Property Management (08) 8724 7405
Sale 3 Cape Buffon Drive, Southend Expressions of Interest Open by appointment
Hayley Goodwin Executive Assistant (08) 8724 7405
Sale Unpackaged, Mt Gambier $169,000 - $179,000 Open by appointment
Alistair Coonan Sales Executive 0422 156 363
21 & 23 Blume Terrace, Mt Gambier $139,000 - $149,000 & $149,000 - $159,000 Open by appointment
Property of the week Stylish and functional living in a sought-after family-friendly location.
2 Mariner Court, Mt Gambier. $469,000 - $489,000 Open by appointment
Located close to schools, parks, childcare, Conroe Heights Supermarket, and the Golf Club. One driveway accesses the rear garden and double garage, the second accesses the enclosed double garage. The master bedroom offers a WIR and ensuite. The three-way bathroom includes double basins, a linen closet, shower and bath. Bedrooms two and three both benefit from BIR, large windows with secure blinds and ducted electric heating and cooling. The centre of this home is completely open, with a family room, kitchen, dining space and lounge room all incorporated. The rear pergola is accessed via sliding doors. The wrap-around style kitchen has a b/bar, s/ steel dishwasher, s/steel oven and range. Outside, a semi-enclosed, stone-paved pergola overlooks the grassed rear yard with a stone wall keeping it private and secure along with a cubby house.
unlocking dreams A: 22 Sturt Street, Mount Gambier P: 08 8723 3416 www.key2sale.com.au
18 Coral Cove, Port MacDonnell
28 Moonah Avenue, Nelson
NEW > MODERN SEASIDE LUXURY LIVING
NEW > ELEVATED LIVING ON THE GLENELG
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING FRIDAY 7TH JANUARY 2022 AT 12 NOON (if not sold prior) Beautifully designed 4 bedroom family seaside home. Main bedroom with ensuite, walk-in robe and drop pendant beside lights. Open plan living area with r/c air conditioner. Kitchen with dishwasher, electric cooking and walk-in pantry. Second living area with view to the reserve. Three way bathroom with floor to ceiling tiles, powder room feature & separate toilet. Remaining bedrooms with built-in robes. Undercover paved pergola area. Double garage UMR with internal access & electric roller door. Additional dream shed measuring approx. 18m x 10m with concrete flooring, power and two auto roller doors. E.O.I Contact Toni Gilmore 0402 356 905
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING MONDAY 20th DECEMBER 2021 AT 12 NOON (if not sold prior) This property is only a few minutes’ drive or walk from the heart of the town, with all your amenities catered for, including the Kiosk (with Post Office), Nelson Hotel and Service Station. The 2 storey home is beautifully presented and offers 3 bedrooms, 2 with BIR’s, open plan kitchen/ dining/lounge and a large balcony with excellent views over the township and the riverside, a great spot to entertain and unwind after being on the river fishing. Extras include r/c split air conditioning, rain water tanks with pump, enclosed single car garage and carport parking under the home. A comprehensive list of furniture and chattels included. 4 2 5
E.O.I Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266
31 Eglington Terrace, Mount Gambier New
NEW > POTENTIAL PLUS!
NEW > SUSTAINABLE LIFESTYLE OPPORTUNITY
If location is important to you - look no further, centrally located and within walking distance to the CBD. Positioned on a neat 733m2 allotment and offering a lovely street appeal with its clean cut front lawn and standard roses, this solid stone home is in need of an cosmetic upgrade but backed by solid bones perfect for those that enjoy a project! Oozing plenty of potential throughout, the home consists of three generous size bedrooms, two which have BIR’s. The large lounge positioned between the entry passage and dedicated dining space offers plenty of natural light, gas heating and glass doors either side. The separate kitchen is original yet has the grounds to be made into something special.
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21 Bryan Street, Allendale East
$289,000-$315,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199
RLA 282 450
Lovely three bedroom home with a garden that is packed full of fruit and veggies season after season. Inside offers main bedroom with BIR’s along with a lovely North facing open plan living area incorporating the kitchen with gas cook top, electric oven, island bench, wood heating and r/c air con. A large bathroom includes bath, shower, toilet & vanity and single car garage UMR incorporates the laundry. Huge fruit orchard and central veggie patch, rain & bore water available plus fully enclosed hot house allowing you to grow produce whatever the season. Beautiful outdoor alfresco area with fire place, purpose built chook house & above ground solar heated swimming pool. 3 1 3
13 WORROLONG ROAD, MIL-LEL $699,000-$759,000
$279,000-$305,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199 12 JACKWAY ST, BLACKFELLOWS CAVES $389,000-$409,000
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SOUTHERN BLASTERS, MT GAMBIER
RELAXED FAMILY LIVING WITH COUNTRY CHARM - - - -
Immaculate 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom home on 5938m2 allotment Two living areas plus large paved under cover outdoor entertaining area with adjoining fernery Main bedroom with WIR and ensuite with shower, spa bath, vanity & toilet Huge 16m x 9m x 2.7m high clearance shed with concrete floor, lights and power plus studio with bathroom, kitchenette and living area with s/c wood fire 4 3 6 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199
- 1st floor offers kitchen/dining/living, combined bathroom/laundry and two bedrooms - Main bedroom with WIR and expansive living area located on the 2nd floor - Full length balcony with sea views - Large lock up shed and plenty of rain water Al Lamond 0418 849 266
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- This well established industrial business is an ideal with room for more growth - Located in the popular industrial area at Ritana Road, Mount Gambier - A great opportunity to invest in an established business with an excellent range of plant & equipment, reliable on-going clientele Al Lamond 0418 489 266 BUSINESS
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23 Cobblestone Court, Mount Gambier
Rachael Kelly ADMINISTRATION P: (08) 8723 3416
4 Ellis Street, Mount Gambier
NEW > ELEVATED PRESTIGIOUS LOCATION
NEW > PRIME LOCATION
All the conveniences of contemporary living with a touch of classic colonial character and charm complimented beautifully by recent refurbishments such as new timber look flooring, new quality window furnishings, upgraded Caesarstone counter tops, new stainless steel kitchen appliances. Creative positioning of the home allows for an interesting floor plan. Offering solid construction, four bedrooms, formal and informal living spaces. You will love the immaculate timber kitchen featured as the central hub of the home overlooking the entertaining area. Outside features include garden shed, low maintenance garden & lawns, automatic watering system, plus a remote double car garage UMR providing internal access.
Located in a prime location withing walking distance to the CBD and local shopping is this well renovated stone home perfect for investors, first home buyers or downsizers. Inside offers a freshly painted interior with brand new kitchen plus open plan lounge/dining. Three bedrooms including main with WIR and ensuite, central bathroom, large laundry and sunny north facing porch or second living. Light, bright and airy with gas central heating, new floor coverings and window furnishings. Single carport plus single stone garage and excellent space for off street parking. Lush terraced rear garden with plenty of privacy. Available for quick settlement move in ready!
$399,000-$429,000 Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 or Ben Ransom 0400 870 362
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$369,000-$399,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199
10 Ina Court, Mount Gambier
3 2 2
62 BAY ROAD, MT GAMBIER E.O.I
New EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING MONDAY 20TH DECEMBER 2021 AT 12 NOON (if not sold prior) - - - -
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 9 HAMMER PARADE, BLACKFELLOWS CAVES E.O.I 1,052m2
NEW > INVESTOR ALERT!!
Located in a quiet cul-de-sac, with great street appeal, this well presented property offers a 3 bedroom brick home, close to the Mt Gambier Golf Club, Blue Lake Sports Park and McDonalds. The home offers an inviting lounge room with slow combustion wood fire, gas heater and r/c split system air con. A separate formal dining area connects to the kitchen with electric cooking and an abundance of cupboard space. Private semi enclosed pergola with built in BBQ. Outside features include a single car garage UMR with remote entry, plus side access to a 4m x 6m, single garage with concrete floor & power. Lovely, attractive, low maintenance front and rear yards make this an easy care property for those with a busy lifestyle.
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CLOSING FRIDAY 14TH JANUARY 2022 AT 12 NOON (if not sold prior) - - - -
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$265,000-$285,000 Contact Gail Richards 0409 268 199
Contact Al Lamond 0418 849 266 or Ben Ransom 0400 870 362
34/184 JUBILEE HWY W, MT GAMBIER $75,000-$79,000 332m2
9 BURNEY ST, ALLENDALE EAST $95,000-$105,000 934m2
- 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
- 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! Toni Gilmore 0402 356 905
If you’re thinking of a beach side getaway then look no further, approx. 1052m2 allotment is beach front with unobstructed sea views from second level Underground plumbing and concrete slab down as improvements with plans available Popular fishing location and a calm, sheltered bay with direct beach access directly adjacent Also included is a 5000 gallon rainwater tank
Paul Chuck SALES 0409 541 113
Suite 2/14 Helen Street, Mount Gambier | www.gebhardts.com.au | Phone 08 8725 5766 NEW
83 Caroline Road, Yahl
$429,000-$449,000 3 2 4 Situated on a large allotment in a quiet cul-de-sac is this neat brick & tile family home. Open plan living & built in bar with slow combustion fire, split system – gas ducted heating throughout.
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$220,000-$230,000 2 1 1 Situated in a tidy group of three is this lovely brick and tile unit. Open plan kitchen, meals and family with split system. Two queen sized bedrooms both carpeted and with built in robes.
An impressive double storey family home with expansive living and spectacular sweeping views of the city. Open plan living, dining and kitchen with beautiful timber flooring. Five bedroom home, master bedroom with walk in robe and ensuite.
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3/14 Spehr Street
5 Colonel Light Place
RESIDENTIAL HOUSES & UNITS 1 1 1 2 2
A breathtaking property – proud to call home. Boasting absolute quality, three spacious living area, dedicated home office and three tastefully renovated bathrooms. Stunning rural views from the huge sweeping verandah. Garage UMR and additional shedding.
RENTALS 1/3 Sutton Avenue 2 2/23 Bertha Street 2 8 Reginald Street 2 30 Umpherston Street 3 3 Foote Street 3
A spacious and beautifully appointed family home quietly located in popular St Martins precinct. Quality kitchen. Generous living areas, stunning elevated views, all year outdoor entertaining area, solar panels and 3 toilets.
247 Mount Percy Road, Compton
$270,000 + SAV BUSINESS ONLY Located at 7 Commercial St East within the central hustle & bustle of Mt Gambier is this well established desert bar & coffee house. Quality plant & equipment, beautifully fitted & inviting décor giving it a relaxed & welcoming ambience.
Break the rental cycle! A fantastic place to call home or investment. Updated roof, switch board, kitchen and bathroom. Modern colours throughout, wonderful pergola and large rear yard with access.
Stunning family home with sweeping views overlooking the picturesque Yahl countryside and only 100 metres to the iconic Blue Lake. An abundance of natural light and plenty of spaces to entertain.
86 Harrald Street
4 Morphett Crescent
Katie Rohrlach Sharyn Ferguson Bernie Gaylard PROPERTY PROPERTY PROPERTY MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT 8725 5766 8725 5766 8725 5766
Lot 108 - $175,000-$185,000 approx 5,529m2 Lot 109 - $185,000-$195,000 approx 5,550m2 Lot 110 - $175,000-$185,000 approx 5,564m2 Lot 111 - $175,000-$185,000 approx 5,600m2 Fantastic Location and surrounded by quality homes. Large allotments ready for you to build your dream home (S.T.C.A)
Situated in the quiet coastal town of Port MacDonnell is this lovely two bedroom cottage. Just two streets back from the ocean it is an absolute treasure. Detached stone double garage and room for the boat.
6 Lorikeet Street
17 Meylin Street, Port MacDonnell
Emily Rayner SALES 0417 665 085
Allotments 108 – 111 Driscoll Court, Mt Gambier
$130,000-$140,000 2 1 1 Neat brick and tile unit that is within walking distance to the city centre. Open plan kitchen, meals and lounge with electric cooking. Two generous sized bedrooms both with built in wardrobes.
Picturesque country lifestyle home located in the quiet area of Yahl. Beautiful light filled family home residing on approx. 5 acres. Great entertaining spaces and good shedding.
11 Magnolia Court
16/54 Jubilee Highway West
Ben Jeffrey SALES 0417 810 246
$350 pw 2 1 1 • Beautifully renovated maisonette • Two spacious bedrooms • Kitchen / dining with gloss cabinetry • Large lounge room with gas heating • Bathroom with shower over bath • Single carport • Pets negotiable
$450 pw 3 2 2 • 3 bedrooms with BIR, master with ensuite & WIR • Stunning kitchen /dining/living area with BI pantry, dishwasher • Formal lounge with ducted r/c heating & cooling throughout • Covered outdoor entertaining area • Single garage with internal access + carport • No pets
S FOR LEA
when you’re ready...
THRIVING METAL SUPPLY BUSINESS • • • •
Well established drive through site 3 main sheds with under cover racking Strong returns and trading 5 days per week Includes all plant and equipment
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Suit single operator or partnership Training included in sale Leasehold or freehold available Stock, plant & equipment approximately $550k
• Business (goodwill) negotiable – Genuine sale FURTHER DETAILS – CONTACT ALLEN SMITH 0419 869 854
10 Bellevale Court $370,000 - $385,000 3 BED | 2 BATH | 2 CAR McDONALD PARK AREA • • • • • • • • • •
3 Bedroom brick & tile home of solid construction Modern kitchen with dishwasher & electric cooking Formal lounge and formal dining room Family area with gas heater and reverse cycle air conditioner Main bedroom with ensuite and walk-in robe 2 bedrooms with built-in robes Main bathroom with spa bath Garage UMR with remote control door + carport Workshop/toolshed 6m x 3m This home has been well looked after and owner is a genuine seller
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0419 869 854
Goods & Chattels $60,000 WIWO
Jubilee Highway East/ Dunning Crt
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NEW SUBDIVISION OF 8 ALLOTMENTS
SECONDHAND FURNITURE BUSINESS • Established in 1986 • Buying and selling secondhand furniture & homewares • Includes stock, shelving & display cabinets, plant & equipment, customised utility & trailer • Owners selling due to retirement • Priced at $60,000 WIWO
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Ranging in size from 1,837m2 to 5,763m2 Fully serviced – power – mains water – mains sewer Zoned E-Employment (Commercial / Light Industry) Off highway ‘B’ Double road access Further details contact Allen Smith on 0419 869 854
RURAL RUNDOWN Millicent Market Report - CATTLE Agents yarded 629 liveweight cattle at the Millicent Saleyards last Thursday, the final sale for 2021. This was a decrease in 98 head on the previous yarding. The yarding consisted of very good quality cattle. This was offered to the regular processor buying field, with spirited bidding from feeders and restockers for lighter cattle. Vealer steers sold from 512 c/kg to a top of 626 c/kg and heifers at 440 c/kg to 540 c/kg. Yearling steers sold from 260 c/ kg to 589 c/kg, with heifers ranging from 403 c/kg to 538 c/kg. Finished steers sold from 310 c/kg to 486 c/kg. Grown heifers sold from 385 c/kg to 484 c/kg. Light cows returned 120 c/kg to 320 c/ kg with heavier cows selling from 200 c/kg to 392 c/kg. Five bulls were offered, returning 330 c/kg to 340 c/kg. The next Millicent Market will be held on Thursday, January 6, commencing at 9am.
Mount Gambier Market Report CATTLE
Mount Gambier Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS Numbers remained steady as agents yarded 10,772 lambs and 291 sheep to total a combined 11,063 head overall. These sold to the usual field of trade and processor buyers along with a number of active restockers. Quality is starting to become mixed as some lambs are starting to go off and show signs of dryness in the skin while others retain freshness and condition as buyers picked their way through the pens. More lighter lambs came forward to suit the restocking orders as the market mainly sold to a slightly easier trend. Light lambs to the trade made from $151 to $172 with the light weight trade 2 and 3 score types making from $163 to $186/head. Restockers sourced lighter weights from $62 to $139 and they paid from $126 to $175/head for those with better weights. Trade weight 3 score lambs ranged from $177 to $197/head with most sales from 800c to 820c and some fresher types still making up to 850c/kg cwt. Heavy lambs made from $195 to $228 with the extra heavy selection making from $226 to a market high of $275/head. Hoggets ranged from $78 to $180 as light sheep returned from $105 to $130/head. Heavy sheep ranged from $145 to $170 as a few wethers made from $133 to $150 and rams returned from $50 to $120/head.
Naracoorte Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS Overall numbers eased this week as agents yarded half the lambs and double the sheep of the previous week with 7488 lambs and 3367 sheep combining to total 10,855 head. These sold to the usual field of trade and processor buyers along with a number of active restockers. Quality in the lambs continues to fall away with less weight on offer for the buying group last week along with dryness in the skin appearing in a number of pens while an increased offering of shorn lambs came forward. The sheep were generally of good weights and plenty of conditioning as both markets sold to a dearer trend. Light lambs to the trade made from $148 to $172 with the light weight trade 2 and 3 score types making from $174 to $180/head. Restockers continue to source a large number as they paid from $84 to $135 for lighter weights and from $148 to $180/head for those with better conditioning. Trade weight 3 score lambs returned from $178 to $200 with a lift of $4 to $8/head with most sales to the trade ranging from 820c to 860c/kg cwt. Heavy lambs were scarce as they made from $202 to $231 with a similar lift in price of $5 with only a few extra heavy lots on offer with these making from $225 to the market high of $260/head. Hoggets ranged from $148 to $192 as the light sheep returned from $109 to $118/head. Medium weighted sheep made from $122 to $148 with the heavy pens making from $152 to $233 as the sheep lifted by $5 to $10/head. A small number of wethers made from $148 to $175 as rams ranged from $38 to $110/head.
Naracoorte Market Report - CATTLE Numbers fell away this week as agents yarded 1173 head of liveweight and open auction cattle. These sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers with both feeders and restockers present and active over the offering. Quality remained good with weight and conditioning in nearly every pen as the market sold to mainly dearer rates this week. Vealer steers attracted feeder interest from 548c to 558c, and restocker support from 578c to 594c/kg. Vealer heifers to the trade made from 528c to 550c, with feeder activity from 540c to 560c, and restockers were active from also 540c to 564c/kg. Yearling steers to the trade made from 485c to 580c, with similar heifers making from 442c to 496c/kg. Feeders operated here from 466c to 613c on steers, and on the heifers from 465c to 515c/kg. Restockers sourced yearling steers from 580c to 622c, and also heifers from 430c to 570c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks ranged from 420c to 500c to the trade, with feeders operating from 442c to 505c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade made from 386c to 460c, with feeder activity from 405c to 490c/kg. Manufacturing steers peaked at 390c/kg. Heavy weight cows lifted up to 15c, as they made from 355c to 406c/ kg. The light weights made from 340c to 356c to the trade, with feeders active to 369c, and restockers to 342c/ kg. Heavy bulls returned from 307c to 348c/kg.
Hamilton Market Report - SHEEP & LAMBS MONDAY At Hamilton there was an offering of 24,890 lambs. The quality was from good to plain and did not display the weight or freshness of the previous Monday’s offering with more lambs suitable for the paddock. There was a near full field of buyers and restocking competition was still in force on the light weight, new season lambs in a market that was erratic and softer by $5 to $10 over most categories in places with the exception of the heavy weight lambs and the very good well finished trade lambs. New season light 12kg to 16kg lambs made from $104 to $172/head most of theses back to the paddock. Trade lambs 18kg to 22kg made from $162 to $218/head averaging around 850c/kg cwt. Medium trade lambs 22kg to 26kgs made from $197 to $254/head averaging around 800c to 850c/kg cwt. Heavy lambs over 26kgs made to $290/head to average 880c/kg cwt. Hoggets made to $170/head.
Numbers eased a little as agents yarded 1351 head of live weight and open auction cattle. These sold to the usual array of trade and processor buyers along with feeder and restocker orders. Quality continues to be good with weight and condition over most of the offering in a mixed market for price. Vealer steers to the trade made from 480c to 548c to remain firm with similar heifers making from 460c to 560c with these 15c/kg better in price. Feeders were active here from 482c to 592c on steers and from 523c to 582c on the heifers, while restockers sought steers to 625c and heifers to 620c/kg. Yearling steers to the trade returned from 421c to 530c with similar heifers making from 410c to 490c/kg. Feeder orders operated on steers from 470c to 510c and on the heifers from 453c to 505c/kg. Grown steers and bullocks lifted 10c as they made from 400c to 475c with feeder activity from 448c to 535c/kg. Grown heifers to the trade made from 370c to 478c with feeder support to 460c and manufacturing steers ranged from 330c to 405c/ kg. Heavy cows lifted 15c as they ranged from 340c to 382c with the lighter types making from 280c to 350c and a small amount of feeder activity to 345c/kg. Heavy bulls made from 270c to 350c/kg.
Hamilton Market Report SHEEP & LAMBS WEDNESDAY At Hamilton there was one of the largest yardings recorded for some time with 60,200 lambs penned. Quality ranged from very good to plain in an offering that did not quite display the overall weight or freshness of the previous Wednesday, again with more lambs suitable for the paddock. There was a full field of buyers and restocking competition was still in force on light weights and new seasons lambs that was fully firm to $10 softer, however was firm to $5 stronger later in the sale over most categories, with the exception of the lambs back to the paddock that eased $5 to $10/head in places. New season 12 to 16kg light lambs made from $100 to $176/head with most of these going back to the paddock. Trade lambs weighing 18 to 22kg made from $173 to $223/head to average around 820c to 880c/ kg cwt. Medium trade lambs made from $189 to $258/head, averaging around 850c to 900/kg cwt. Heavy lambs over 26kg made to $324/head to average 880c to 920c/ kg cwt.
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Crime prevention Committed to working with the community “We are moving towards a prevention strategy. We want to prevent people becoming victims of crime in the first place.” That is the ethos of Superintendent Campbell Hill, Limestone LSA Officer in Charge, and that is why Constable Chelsea McKinnon has been installed as a Neighbourhood Police Officer – a pilot program in this region. Constable McKinnon is holding a discussion evening this Wednesday from 6pm at Casadio Park in Mount Gambier as she looks to building connections with the community, especially the business community. “This is an opportunity to come together and work with police to create a safer community for everyone,” Constable McKinnon said. “Theis meeting is a chance to connect with the community face to face.” Superintendent Hill said Constable McKinnon’s role was all about giving the community a dedicated point of contact within the police force. “It is about breaking down barriers and developing a rapport between the community and the police,” Superintendent Hill said. Having grown up in the region, Constable McKinnon was the
perfect choice for the role. “I’m lucky I have got a few connections already and I am looking at extending those networks,” she said. “By working together with the community we can get ahead of the curve and prevent things from happening before it becomes an issue.” Superintendent Hill said Constable McKinnon had a clear vision for the role. “All of us who join the police force do it because we want to help people and Chelsea’s role is a way of getting on the front foot to do that,” he said. “She is looking to build relationships and to listen. There is no point in us (police) going to business and telling them what their issues are. They need to tell us what the problems are and we can then come up with solutions together.”
This week’s meeting is a direct response to a session Constable McKinnon had earlier this year with the Mount Gambier Chamber of Commerce, giving the business community an opportunity to work together and develop some crime prevention strategies. “I want to hear directly from business about their concerns and if they have any ideas about making the community a safer place,” Constable McKinnon said. “I hope to set up a regular meeting and also use technology to keep businesses in the loop about what is going on. Ultimately I want this to be driven by businesses and see what else they want to achieve.” Wednesday’s meeting is set to look at a variety of options, including potentially setting up a formal Neighbourhood Watch group. “The neighbourhood police officer role has been introduced in Mount Gambier to reduce crime, increase trust and confidence in the police and build a safer community,” Constable McKinnon said. Everyone, not just business owners, are welcome to attend Wednesday’s meeting.
Festive rocky road 200g dark chocolate, chopped 100g milk chocolate, chopped 20g copha or butter, chopped 280g pink and white marshmallows, halved 150g shortbread fingers, coarsely chopped 4 x 35g pkts Coles Gingerbread biscuits, coarsely chopped 1/2 cup (70g) slivered almonds, toasted 4 x 52g Cadbury Cherry Ripe bars, coarsely chopped Green & red Mars M&M’s/M&M’s Minis, to decorate Method Grease the base and sides of a 20cm x 30cm lamington pan. Line with baking paper, allowing the sides to overhang. Place combined chocolates and copha or butter in a heatproof bowl over a saucepan of simmering water (don’t let the bowl touch the water). Use a metal spoon to stir for 5 mins or until the mixture melts and is smooth. Combine marshmallow, shortbread, gingerbread, almond and Cherry Ripe in a large bowl. Add chocolate mixture. Gently fold until just combined. Spoon into the prepared pan. Sprinkle with M&M’s and M&M’s Minis. Set aside for 1 hour to set. Cut into pieces to serve.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15
WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 15
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TV THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16
THURSDAY DECEMBER 16
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using all the mind games in the book to keep the White base runners on their toes. With five players out this week White called on the services of super subs Emily Sutherland and Bek Millowick, and they didn’t disappoint, both having safe hits to centerfield. Best for the bat for White were the old folk in Jo Hopgood and Sam Brown, both with two hits. Alli Kreplins battled hard all day on the mound for White, pitching with grit and some entertaining sledging despite the scoreline. Brown showed off her sharp glove work behind the plate for White and hit a huge two RBI double in another solid performance by her. Warriors Blue were smarting from another defeat at the hands of their sister side the previous week, so meant business when they put three on the board in the first innings led off by a double by Daena Wombwell and another to Kelly Doyle who continues to smash the ball to the left side of the diamond. Demons responded with one of their own as Hayley Burner, playing her first game of the season, drilled the ball to Jarvo Queale at third who was caught napping after her Xmas show the night before. Burner was scored by one of Meg Merrett’s two hits for the day. Cody Manning took on the pitching duties for Demons showing early consistency throwing the ball over the plate. This was appreciated by the Blues hitters as Bec White led off with a single, saintly Jas Disselbach put pressure on the Demons field
with a ground ball to shortstop, then Wombwell hit a RBI single up the middle. Leyna Bruggemann looked to improve on her previous lacklustre swings and was lucky to find a gap at right field for a double, scoring two more runs. Smiling assassin Mel Chuck kept her hitting and RBI tally ticking over with a double and was then scored by a Doyle RBI single. Demons looked to score after lead off Vic Radley singled in the second, but Bruggemann knuckled down on her pitching with the next three batters up, three down. Demons scored two in the third via Burner, Manning, Kez Feast and Steph Chant stringing solid pieces of the ball together before a double play from third to first to home with Blues looking very pleased with themselves finishing the inning. Elly Hogben had four good at bats, showing improvement every week despite occasional bamboozlement at the infinite amount of rules in the game. Queale lined a shot to Jorja Morale before hitting a double in the fifth and being thrown out at the plate. Blues showed patience in the batter’s box picking four walks amongst three safe hits for four runs in the last inning and then kept their heads in the field, shutting down the dangerous Demons bats with Bruggemann pitching seven strikeouts for the game. In another high scoring game, it came down to the last innings where Warriors White broke Wanderers’ hearts by invoking the 10 run rule and recording the
victory. Wanderers went into the game in second position on the ladder, and White’s had their tails up after a well deserved victory over their sister side the previous week. White scored two in the first with Sarah Polderman zinging a single then speeding around the bases and RBI machine Clare Chaplin was scored on a fielders choice with the infield fielding a bit too deep for Leyna Bruggemann. Chaplin was four of the 16 White runs for the day, racking up two hits, as did Polderman. Wanderers young gun Charli Kaigg continues to impress behind the plate, picking up balls in the dirt with seasoned conviction, and she had two safe hits. Similarly Jo Hart had two safe hits having stretched out her hamstrings fielding at first with a few curly Wanderers throws coming her way. Tracey Anderson has been a quiet achiever for Wanderers, particularly in terms of her RBI contributions, where she would have to be up there for league honors in this category. She added another two to her tally with a safe hit up the middle and Fiona Finch ran out a single to saintly Jas Disselbach showing her stuff at second base. Finch was earlier gunned down at the plate, trying to take advantage of an uncharacteristic wild throw from Polderman but rookie right fielder Bruggemann was actually backing up and managed to throw the ball straight for once in her life. Disselbach had clearly been paying attention at training,
moving in all the right directions and bringing a smile to the coaches faces. Taylor Wilsmore backed up after plate umpiring the earlier game by taking on catching duties, getting some unlucky bad bounces in the dirt. She was freed up when switched to the outfield, hitting a laser to left. Undoubtedly the player of the game was ‘The Flash’ Erin Chaplin. She struck out four hitters after hitting two in the first innings and legged out an important single to shortstop in the last inning to keep White’s inning alive. Whites will be looking to keep their winning streak alive as they play a rescheduled game against Demons this weekend at 1pm.
Heather Chapman who has been very consistent lately, was 1 up after starting on the back nine before playing the front nine well including a par on the 6th and birdie on the 8th hole to add a further 3 up to her score to finish one shot behind Gregory for runner up. The pro shot on the 8th hole was claimed by Janina Morrison while Kerry Pedlar was nearest the pin on the 16th hole.
the presentation of the Handicap Championship trophy and prizes by sponsor Anne Schrapel to the winner Bev Pedlar and runner up, Karen Forster. The Olympic Trophy sponsored by Limestone Holdings was presented to up and coming player Jess Parsons after her
three consistent rounds played in November, completing her very successful year. A delicious two course buffet lunch was prepared and served by Madd Bites after which generous prizes in raffles were won and fashions by Redgum Fashions and sportswear from John Martin’s Pro Shop were modelled by fellow golfers. The finale for the day was the skit by the talented Lyn Hudson, Libby Furner and Di O’Donnell who produced a humorous version of A, B and C grade golfers. The Wednesday official competition is now in recess until early February but ladies can continue to play competition golf through the Pro Shop. Very pleasant conditions and fairways running well assisted the 21 ladies when they played a par round on Saturday. Steady player Helen Gregory produced a top round with 5 up to take the winner’s prize. After nine holes, Gregory’s score was 3 up including a birdie on the third hole before adding another 2 up despite a wipe on the 12th on the next nine.
RESULTS Concordes United 17 (S Thomson, H Taylor, C Jackway 3; M Millard, B Von Duve, L McCallum 2; A Lindquist) d Concordes White 7 (J Hopgood, S Brown 2; M Sutherland, E Sutherland , E Collins, B Jones, A Krelpins, L Dodds, R Millowick); Warriors Blue 14 (D Wombwell, L Bruggemann, M Chuck, K Doyle, B White 2; A Queale) d Demons 5 (M Merrett, S Chant 2, C Manning, K Feast, S Nieuwenhuizen, H Burner, V Radley); Warriors White 16 (S Polderman, C Chaplin 2; T Wilsmore, L Bruggemann, M Chuck, E Chaplin) d Wanderers 9 (C Kaigg, J Hart 2; T Anderson, F Finch)
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HAPPY WINNERS: (Far left) A happy group of winners and runners up in the 9 hole Christmas stableford - (back row) Mandy Roberts, Liz Clements, Janine Duke & (front row) Helen Gregory, Sue Szopory, Kirsten Johnson & Beth Mahony. TROPHY WINNER: (Top left) Olympic Trophy winner Jess Parsons” HANDICAP CHAMPIOHIP: (Bottom left) Runner up Karen Forster with sponsor Anne Schrapel & winner Bev Pedler.
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Patriots take out A Grade title Round seven of the Mount Gambier Autumn season again displayed some high quality table tennis in all four grades. A Grade’s matches produced vastly different results, Anything IDK comfortably accounting for Tigers by 8 rubbers to 3, whilst Sweet Sour Pork were pushed to the limits by Leigh Barry’s Assassins, eventually escaping with a 6-5 win. The Sweet combination of Travis and Sirinat, together with teammate Ward Freeman, helped Sweet Sour Pork skip out to a 3-0 lead early before Leigh Barry and Kevin Patzel produced an almighty fightback for Assassins to almost snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. In the end Travis Sweet’s clean sheet and Sirinat’s tense five-game victory over Nick Aston proved the difference. In the other match, Anything IDK’s Chandler Jantosh also remained undefeated in his singles rubbers. B1 began with Aaron McPhee and Graham Jantosh leading The Warriors into battle against
McPheest. The hotly anticipated encounter between McPhee and his mother Katrina playing for the McPheest team lived up to all expectations, mother starting strongly and seemingly having control of the situation with a two game lead before youthful exuberance kicked in, Aaron powering to a strong fightback and eventual triumph in five thrilling games. This would prove the deciding matchup, Aaron’s Warriors taking out the match by 6 rubbers to 5. In the other B1 contest Colossal Gnomes were inspired by a strong performance by David Fox to a comfortable 7-4 win over Top Deck. In B2, Felix Owusu led his Rockets team to a commanding 7-4 win over Young And Old while ACL completely outclassed and outplayed The Celtics, cruising to a 8-3 victory. Owusu only dropped one game for the night in a dominant display, whilst for ACL Corey Jeffery also performed strongly to maintain a clean sheet.
Merged team wins open fours
The Millicent Bowls Club held their Annual Open Fours competition last week with the day’s program including one game of 12 ends in the morning and two games of pairs over the lunch period and a second game of fours played over 12 ends in the afternoon. Eighteen teams took part in the day with teams coming from Mount Gambier, Mount Gambier RSL, Port MacDonnell and Kingston. Winning the day was a mixed team of two Mount Gambier players, Brian Vorwerk and Ian VonStanke, and two Millicent players, John Scudds and Iain Campbell ,with a total score of 119 points. Second was a Millicent team of Steve Carnellor, Eddie Hann, Terry Lonergan and Rob Chambers with a score of 112.5. Third place with a score of 110.5 was another Millicent team, Andrea Radley, Robert Radley, Brian Goode and Elaine Goode and in fourth place was another mixed team with, Steve Farrell, Graham Crowder, Garry Feast and a Millicent player Aaron Emonson with a score of 89.5. Best first game winner went to the team of Adriana Ross, Ian Ross, Mary Clifford and Denis Clifford. Best second game went to Derek Bowering and John Drew. Best third game, Sarah Ross and David Nuske and best fourth game went to Rod Gibbs, Jim Campbell, Andre Reinders and Lurlene Reinders.
WINNERS: (Above main) Brian Vorwerk, Ian VonStanke, Iain Campbell & John Scudds
In the C-Grade, 3 Of A Kind were without their star No.1 player Campbell Fox, subbed out through illness, and it proved to be very costly for them. Nat Harris-Jones’ Outcasts took full advantage of the opportunity, recording a comfortable 7-4 victory. In the final C-Grade encounter of the evening, Nudee Cook and Tracey Escreet led Fires to a surprisingly dominant victory over Tom Horrigan’s Odd Bunch with surprising ease, Fires taking out the contest 8-3. Cook and Escreet both came away undefeated on the night. 3-rubber winners: • A Grade: Travis Sweet (Sweet & Sour Pork), Chandler Jantosh (Anything IDK) • B1 Grade: David Fox (Colossal Gnomes), Aaron McPhee, Graham Jantosh (Warriors) • B2 Grade: Felix Owusu (Rockets), Corey Jefferey (ACL) • C Grade: Andrew Schubert (The Outcasts), Nudee Cook, Tracey Escreet (Fires)
DIVISION ONE Centrals/Uniting 10-67 d Reidy Park 2-36 Men’s Singles: A. Vandenhurk d Z. Young 6-0; M. Heemskerk d C. Kelly 6-4; N. Thomas d J. Childs 6-3. Women’s singles: A. Dunn d J. Young 6-0; C. Walker d S. Edwards 6-1. Glencoe v West Gambier NO DETAILS AVAILABLE DIVISION TWO Reidy Park 7-55 d Mount Gambier Green 5-43; Glencoe v Mount Schank (no details available); West Gambier Red v West Gambier Blue (no details available); Mount Gambier Blue - BYE. DIVISION THREE Centrals 7 52 d Suttontown Dons 5-46; Mil Lel 8-62 d Uniting 4-48; Moorak v Suttontown Tigers (no details available) LADIES DOUBLES Mil Lel 6-36 d Uniting 0-15; Glencoe 6-37 d Reidy Royal 0-13; Reidy Red v Allendale East (no details available) MIXED DOUBLES Mount Gambier Blue 6-36 d Suttontown 0-10; Glencoe 3-28 drew with Morrak 3-28; Mount Gambier Green 6-38 d Mount Schank 0-16; Mil Lerl - BYE.
PREMIERS: Patriots took out the A Grade title in local table tennis.
Pennant bowls results Mid Week Pennant Millicent Red 49/8 d Port MacDonnell Red 43/0; Naracoorte RSL 67/6 d Naracoorte 34/2; Port MacDonnell Blue 46/4 d Mount Gambier Blue 44/2; Mount Gambier Red 56/8 d Mount Gambier RSL 36/0; Mount Gambier RSL Blue 54/8 d Millicent Blue 39/0 Ladies Pennant Division One Kingston 46/6 d Naracorote 41/0; Mount Gambier RSL Blue 53/8 d Penola 38/0; Millicent Blue 45/4 drew with Millicent Red 45/4; Mount Gambier RSL Red 42/6 d Port MacDonnell 41/2 Division Two Penola 60/8 d Mount Gambier 31/0; Naracoorte RSL 52/8 d Beachport Red 37/0; Beachport Blue 48/6 d Millicent 43/2; Robe 64/8 d Port MacDonnell 30/0 Division Three Robe 54/8 d Naracoorte 34/0; Lucindale 59/6 d Mount Gambier RSL 31/2; Penola - BYE Saturday Open Pennant Division One Robe 78/10 d Millicent 68/2; Mount Gambier RSL Red 69/10 d Mount Gambier Blue 58/2; Mount Gambier Red 86/12 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 45/0; Naracoorte 82/8 d Port MacDonnell 73/4 Division Two Naracoorte 80/12 d Kalangadoo 47/0; Naracoorte RSL 68/10 d Mount Gambier RSL 60/2; Penola 91/10 d Mount Gambier 51/2; Lucindale 78/10 d Kingston 63/2 Division Three Millicent 103/10 d Robe 60/2; Port MacDonnell 84/12 d Penola 47/0; Mount Gambier RSL 80/9 d Naracoorte 65/3; Frances 92/8 d Millicent Blue 67/4 Division Four (South) Millicent Red 100/12 d Mount Gambier RSL Blue 46/0; Mount Gambier Red 83/11 d Mount Gambier RSL Red61/1 d MOunt Gambier Blue 86/11 d Port MacDonnell 62/1; Millicent Blue 70/10 d Beachport South 63/2 Division Four (North) Kalangadoo 90/10 d Lucindale 54/2; Naracoorte RSL 84/10 d Naaracoorte 41/2; Kingston Red 71/10 d Kingston Blue 63/2; Beachport North 126/12 d Penola 37/0
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Junior players take on the grass Lucindale Country Club hosts the SE Tennis Association Junior Singles Championships The 2021 South East Tennis Association Junior Singles Championship was held earlier this month at the Lucindale Country Club. With 74 players from across the South East contesting the various titles on offer the Lucindale Country Club was the perfect place to be on a beautiful sunny windless day. The lawn courts are in great condition and looked fabulous throughout the day, with 118 matches played and it was wonderful to see so many kids out there enjoying this great sport, with the tennis played a great standard. The match of the day was in the 16 U Under Boys title when Zayne Young just pipped his good mate Cade Kelly 7-5, in what was an impressive final, the equal to any top senior mens match you will see on a Saturday. It was also impressive to witness great camaraderie amongst the players as they all caught up with friends from different associations. There was also impeccable sportsmanship on display.
PHOTOS (All players pictured with Lucindale Tennis Club’s Eliza Handbury): 1. 18 & U Girls - winner Poppy Moyle-Reade & runner up Maddie Kelly. 2. 16 & Under Girls - runner up Jess Stutley. Absent: Winner Jorja Mitchell. 3. 16&U Boys - Winner Zayne Young & runner up Cade Kelly. 4. 14 & Under Girls - Winnwer Kiele Longbottom & runner up Lucy Handbury 5. 14 & Under Boys - Runner up Fergus Kentish & winner Jace Maxwell. 6. 12 & Under Girls - Runner up Kiersten Cole & winner Zarah Thami. 7. 12 & Under Boys - Runner up Sam Haase & winner Hamish Gordon. 8. 10 & Under Girls - Winner Annabelle Gordon & runner up Zara Cole 9. 10 & Under Boys - Runner Up Reuben Otta & winner Tom Handbury
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Blue Lake ladies battle it out
Sporting clays shoot honours founding members
South East Field & Game`s recent Fennell Forestry 75 Target Sporting Clays shoot at Burrungule Park was held in perfect weather conditions with 95 shooters nominating to tackle the targets set by Ken Atkin and his hard working crew. Victorian shooters living beyond the cross border bubble were welcomed back for the first time in many months. Richard Sage sponsored the annual Sage/Martiensen Four person team shoot - this event honours founding members, Ross Sage & Marty Martiensen. Jeremy Kent once again set the standard with a dominant 75/75 to claim the Gambier Shooting Supplies High Gun. RESULTS High Gun Jeremy Kent - 75/75 AA Grade 1st - Jamie Dunn - 72/75 2nd - Gavin Dyson - 67/75 3rd - Leigh Dunn - 67/75 A Grade 1st - Anthony Arscott - 61/75 2nd - Bill Dyson - 61/75 3rd - Robin Smith - 59/75
B Grade 1st - Dale Smith - 56/75 2nd - Charles Wallis - 55/75 3rd - Darren Murrell - 53/75 C Grade 1st - Ian Lister - 49/75 2nd - Alan Rossouw - 45/75 3rd - Dwayne Bell - 45/75 Senior 1st - Chris Wright - 69/75 2nd - Bruce Oakley - 65/75 3rd - Graham Lamond - 62/75 Veteran 1st - Chris VonStanke - 65/75 2nd - Rolf Bugden - 64/75 3rd - Neville Kent - 61/75 Ladies 1st - Ruby Lawrence - 60/75 2nd - Tasha Bellinger - 56/75 3rd - Nicola Harradine - 56/75
Junior 1st - Declan Wright - 69/75 2nd - Kody Vanderhorst - 66/75 3rd - Ned Andrew - 57/75 Sub Junior 1st - Kain Ashby - 53/75 2nd - Shakielle VonStanke - 52/75 3rd - Jack Dyson - 51/75 HIGH GUN WINNER: Gambier Shooting Supplies High Gun winner Jeremy Kent with sponsor Dane Hastings SUB JUNIOR PODIUM: Kain Ashby, Shakielle VonStanke & Jack Dyson LADIES PODIUM: Nicola Harradine, Ruby Lawrence & Tash Bellinger
Summer was missing once again and it was on the cool side last Wednesday for a single stroke competition at the Blue Lake Golf Club. The scores recorded were true to the fairways giving lots of run and the pin placements a little easier last week with a few breaking under par. Winner Lynda Nannings had a welcome back into Division one with the winning score of nett 66 five under her handicap of 29. Very consistent front and back nine scores of 48/47 and included only one par was enough to top the podium ahead of captain Helen Myers also shooting a great nett score of 68. Myers off a 22 handicap also committed to playing consistently with splits of 46/44 with pars on two par threes, 5th and 14th. Coming in third was the evergreen Bev Pascoe who has also got back into division one after spending a few months in division two where she took out the championship. Pascoe signed for 98/28/70, that included pars on the 1st and 5th. In Division Two winner Lyn Gill used every bit of her handicap of 45 to master the course and just shake off her rivals signing for a nett 71 and having 60 on the outward nine was able to reel it in by four shots on the inward nine with 56. Taking second prize was Jaynee Oberer another who is dropping her handicap on a regular basis scored 106/34/72 and had a par on the dogleg 9th. Third placegetter Lesley McPherson is only one stroke out of division one scoring 103/30/73 with pars on the 1st, 4th and 5th backing up her win in last Saturday’s competition. Nearest to the pin 2nd shot winners on the par three 16th were Josie Ashby (Div 1) and Lynette Hirth (Div 2) The pro-shot on the downhill par three 5th was won by McPherson. BLUE LAKE LADIES PODIUM: Division 1 winner Lynda Nannings, Division 2 runner up Jaynee Oberer, Division 1 third placed Bev Pascoe & Division 1 runner up Helen Myers. Absent: Lyn Gill & Lesley McPherson.
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Picture perfect preparation for Mount Gambier Swim Club swimmers The Mount Gambier Swim Club had a picture perfect start to the 2021 summer season with the club’s first ever swim club camp at Robe Holiday Park. The camp was a great way for the swimmers and families to
bond in a relaxed and enjoyable setting, while giving coaches the opportunity to prepare the swimmers for the upcoming SESA Season. The day began with a PT session at Robe Front Beach,
delivered by Tegan Allwright, from the Robe Fitness Hub. An early morning start to get the swimmers energised and ready for a full day of activities in the water. The swimmers refuelled with fresh fruit donated by She’s Apples, Mount
Gambier, before hitting the beach for nippers’ activities, delivered by Anthony Moore and Julie Moran, of the Robe and Beachport Surf Lifesaving clubs respectively. The main event for the day was the Robe Ocean Swim. All swimmers participated in the swim, which were contested over two distances - the Short Robe Ocean Swim was won by Vincent Moore, with Elijah Stratford first over the line in the Long Ocean Swim. A Parent Education Session rounded out the day for both new and existing parents, before swimmers and their families shared a BBQ tea and some time by the campfire, with the season opener
camp set to become a permanent fixture on the club’s calendar. DRY LAND SESSION: (Top far left) Mount Gambier Swim Club athletes put through their paces in a PT session. SHORT COURSE WINNER: (Top left) Vincent Moore LIFESAVING TRAINING: (Bottom far left) The swimmers test thier skills in a beach flag session LONG COURSE WINNER: (Bottom left) Elijah Stratford
South East Golf Veterans A record field turned out at Millicent for the last game of the season for the South East Golf Veterans and a few good scores resulted but most of the field couldn’t cope with the wind which got stronger as the day wore on. Attamurra’s Barry Brook took out First Division with a creditable 40 points from local Spike Warren taking second on a countback from Robe’s Gordie Fleming both on 37. Second Division went to the old stalwart Bruce Packer with 39 from another local Rob Thompson on 37 and Attamurra’s Rob Sims on 36. The Ross Orchard Trophy went to John Kamp from Blue Lake and Neal Rowe from Port MacDonnell. Jimmy Hyland masqueraded as Santa, donating seven dozen balls so that all the field got a ball each and the four NTP winners got two each as well. A very generous gesture from a longtime member. On a sad note we lost 400+ game member last week with the passing of Roy Mitchell. Vale Roy. The next outing is at Kingston on January 17 next year.
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Season rounds out with tough courses SEAC wraps up the 2021 yearfwith a challenging motorkhana Ken Trimnell donned the director’s hat for the final round of the SEAC Motorkhana Series of 2021 and as director, made the choices that he liked most for the day’s outing with a bit of everything chosen from the track layout handbook. Using the Glenburnie Saleyards car park, each end had been set out with a total of 22 tests completed by the 16 starters for the day. Double Loop at one end and Hopkirk at the other, these two tests could not be more different to tackle. Patrick Hitchcock has been restricted in travel across the border due to COVID but showed that he has not lost any of his skills with a pair of fastest times to start the day, Ken Trimnell and Phil Wilson very close behind with Damien Wilson also in on the chase. Try Angles and Paddy were next layouts for the challenge and Hitchcock made the fastest time on three of the four layouts. Phil Wilson having a good run at the first Paddy could not repeat it in the second attempt, so had to settle for second quickest. Ken Trimnell pulled a pair of second spots in Try Angles and Damien Wilson got it together in Paddy for the number two spot. Suzanne Crowe put “Rexy” to work in Try Angles and showed how to do it, getting home in third spot.
Tests 5 & 6 were Moth Balls and Dollar, both very enjoyable to drive and Hitchcock added fastest runs for all of these to his day’s outing, Trimnell getting second spot in three runs and Phil Wilson a second and three thirds. Suzanne Crowe took the number three spot with a good run in Moth Balls 2. Corridor and Double Kidney, again good to drive, with Hitchcock, Phil Wilson and Ken Trimnell taking top scores between them. Phil Wilson added second spots to his tally in the other three runs, with Suzanne Crowe, Ken Trimnell, Damien Wilson, and Hitchcock sharing third amongst themselves. Opening up the courses, Oh What A Feeling and Spiro Slalom offer the rewards to the driver that has good car control. Phil Wilson, always busy at the wheel in his Soarer, pulled first points in three runs and a third in the other run. Patrick Hitchcock claimed one run fastest, settled for second in two others, as Suzanne Crowe again got “Rexy” happening for a second and third. Cohen Hamilton, not far off the pace all day, took to Spiro Slalom 2 with determination, bettering his first attempt by a second and getting the third spot in this round, with Bruce Hamilton firing up the big Falcon Auto for a good first run at Spiro and rewarded with his
third spot. Last test for the day, Special Spiro Slalom is another local layout, devised by past president Kevin Raedel to give the driver a bit more wheel action. Phil Wilson and Patrick Hitchcock shared the top spots and second spots between them, one a piece. Bruce Hamilton and Damien Wilson took the third spots in either runs to finish off a very long day. When all the times have been added and cone penalties (more than the odd one) applied to the totals, Phil Wilson (picutred above in action) got the chocolates with a penalty free total of 642.97 seconds for a very busy day at the wheel of his Toyota Soarer. The second spot was listed to Patrick Hitchcock, who had a couple of cones included in his tally for the Peugeot 205 GTI. His total time of 659.61 seconds does not reflect just how close these two were all day, but for one test.
Kidman continues strong form in Crank the Crater In a slight break from the traditional races, the Mount Gambier Cycling club invited community members to participate in an individual time trial Crank the Crater event from the bottom of the Valley Lake car park up to the Centenary Tower car park on a closed road. Twenty-five riders took up the challenge in absolutely fantastic weather on a variety of bikes, with many road bikes along with a commuter bike, BMX, and mountain bikes used by riders to tackle the course. Thanks to sponsorship from the Mt Gambier Lakes Rotary Club, a variety of riders received prizes for their efforts, with Nicholas Kidman taking fastest time honours (4:09), Rohan Mason taking fastest nonMGCC rider (4:59), and Ben Walker having the fastest mountain bike (5:43). Molly Opperman (our youngest rider in the event) took out fastest female honours (7:07), while Niel van Niekirk was the fastest male Junior (4:19), whilst sporting a broken wrist, and John Cranwell was the fastest rider over 60 (6:03). Other notable efforts were Archie Thomas who rode the entire race on his BMX, taking 7:02, and Shane DeJong on his Commuter bike (6:02). All riders gave their all to
conquer the mountain, with some needing quite a rest at the car park before enjoying the return journey back down. RESULTS: Nick Kidman (4:09), Niel van Niekirk (4:19), Jami Buckley (4:56), Patrick Langsmith (4:57), Rohan Mason (4:59), Malcolm Tirabassi (5:10), Elmer Buckland (5:15), Rowan Kruysse (5:16), Dean Zeven (5:28), Phil Stasiw (5:43), Ben Walker (5:43), Stuart Pratt (5:48), Craig Andre (5:50), Harry Opperman
(5:59), Shane DeJong (6:02), John Cranwell (6:03), Shannon Smith (6:28), Eddie Buckland (6:52), James Stephens (6:59), Archie Thomas (7:02), Molly Opperman (7:07), Nick Brooks (7:10), Ann Barnes (7:44), Justin DeJong (8:57), and Greg McInerney (9:19). CRANK THE CRATER PODIUM: Ben Walker, John Cranwell, Niel van Niekirk, Molly Opperman, Jami Buckley, Nick Kidman & Rohan Mason
Next home, Ken Trimnell again wrung all he could out of his bright yellow Suzuki Swift, but could not get the pedals to work enough to catch the othetwo, stopping the clock with a total of 682.10 seconds for his day out. Fourth outright, Damien Wilson’s geographical challenge in that fabulous Try Angles test that he always blitzes, proved costly, with his total of 722.79 good for an otherwise clear day. Commodore pilot Tristan Crowe had a tight leash on the ‘dore all day, only letting loose on the longish runs. The steady as she goes approach kept him away from most of the course markers through the day, but still managed enough penalties to push him down the list to fifth outright with a total of 745.44 seconds including the cone marker penalties. Ever improving, Suzanne Crowe and her beloved Subaru WRX, known as Rexy, getting to know
the courses better at each outing. With a total of 754.61 seconds also including the odd cone penalty for the day at the wheel, she just missed out on family bragging rights with her husband, Tristan and had to settle for sixth outright in the 4WD. Junior for the last time this year, Cohen Hamilton puts in a good effort at the wheel of the family Falcon and Sunday, strung together a good day for a total of 791.22 seconds and points for seventh outright. Kevin Raedel thought that he would give the Falcon Rally car a run for the last time this year and enjoyed the day a bit too much, to finish in eighth outright spot with a total of 796.24 seconds. Bruce Hamilton also enjoys a skid and Sunday was definitely an enjoyable outing with some very good runs mixed in with a few overly enjoyed outings to finish the day at ninth outright with his total of 803.13 seconds. Rounding out the Top 10, another junior that is always on the improve, Ashton Slottegraaf drove well all day leading in each test at the No.1 competitor which, in itself can be a bit of a challenge. The total time for his day out was 848.30 seconds. This event now concludes the competition year for the very busy SEAC Club with club presentations early next year.
Tight contest in ladies fours The Millicent Ladies’ Invitation Fours earlier this month was supported by many visiting clubs travelling from Bordertown, Kingston, Robe, Lucindale, Penola, Mount Gambier RSL and Beachport. Fourteen teams took part in the competition with one game of 12 played before a fully catered lunch and two games of 10 ends played before going in for afternoon tea. There were no three game winners for the day but coming in first place was the team from Bordertown, Judy Lack, Wendy Twigden, Judy Vanderhorst and June Tink with two wins and a draw and a score of 71 points. Second place, also with two wins and a draw was the team from Beachport, Jill Preston, Annemarie Goode, Maureen Ruffin and Lynette Smith with a total of 70 points. Third place with two wins and a loss was a team from Penola, Kathy Brooks, Judy Grosvenor and Carol Schmidt. WINNING TEAM: (Top right) Judy Lack, Wendy Twigden, Judy Vanderhorst & June Tink (Bordertown) SECOND PLACED TEAM: (Centre right) Lynetle Smith, Maureen Ruffin, Annemarie Goode & Jill Preston (Beachport)
THIRD PLACED TEAM: (Above bottom) Carol Schmidt, Jean Rogers, Judy Grosvenor, Kathy Brooks
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W NOEN! P O Monday to Friday 8.30am-5pm + Saturday 9am-1pm OGR 4x4 can supply a product range for your offroad and camping needs! • Camping accessories • Recovery gear • Suspension • Bull Bars • Fridges • Seat Protectors • Canopies • Roof Trays • Drawer Systems • Underbody Protection • Long Range Fuel Tanks • Snorkels & Diff Breathers • Rear Protection & Towing • Side Protection • Explorer Canopies • Rated Recovery Points • Battery Trays •
Check it out at 132-138 Jubilee Hwy West, Mount Gambier SA 5290 | 088724 1166 | www.ogr4x4.com.au
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with loads more coming next year!
CARAVANS WANTED! Donehues Leisure Mt Gambier is desperately seeking more caravans to replace depleted stock due to recent sales.
Do you have a caravan you no longer want or use?
Consider having the team at Donehues Leisure sell it for you!
Why Donehues Leisure? 1.
Selling your caravan privately takes time and effort and could cost you money. You need to be available to show potential buyers your caravan when it suits them 2.
No Direct Contact:
You don’t need to be personally involved in any negotiations and possibly deal with potential buyers, that might have driven 100s of kilometres, getting aggressive if sale isn’t proceeding as hoped 3.
You don’t have strangers, some possibly with bad intentions, visiting your house and garage. Or unhappy purchasers returning after the sale if they find something wrong. 4.
We can come to you:
Our business sees us in towns throughout the Limestone Coast of SA and south west Victoria on a regular basis ….so we will be in your area soon! We can call and see you for a no obligation discussion on your caravan’s worth and take the caravan to our yard.
CALL DEE AT DONEHUE’S LEISURE MT GAMBIER ON 08 8725 2826 TO FIND OUT HOW
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113 Commercial Street East, MOUNT GAMBIER LVD 106736 Prices exclude Government charges SALES HOTLINE 08 8721 3400 OR TOLL FREE 1800 042 270
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