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98th Anzac Day Commemoration By DWR Once again Gordonvale will take a lead role when they kick off the Anzac Day commemorations on Thursday the 25th of April 2013. This is the 98th anniversary of the immortal landing on Gallipoli, with only two years before the centenary commemorations. Plans for the 100th anniversary are well underway. The dawn parade for 2013 kicks off with gunfire at 3.30am at the Cenotaph in Norman Park across the road from the Gordonvale RSL and then a parade assembly at 4.15am. This will be followed by the early morning parade and then a wreath laying ceremony. The congregation will then move onto the RSL for breakfast which will be for all current service and ex service members. Members of the community are encouraged to attend the early morning dawn service as a mark of respect and show our ever increasing support of those that went before us. The community commemorative service will commence with a march at 9.30am with all parade participants requested to form up outside
the Gordonvale Primary School at 9am and march to the Gordonvale Cenotaph in Norman Park. Last years' March included many serving and exservice members as well as representatives from the local schools and other local community organisations. A highlight of last year's parade was the fly over of war birds from Mareeba during the parade. 2013 will also be a special year leading up to the Anzac Day celebrations with Gordonvale RSL hosting an 'Anzac Dinner' on Saturday night the 20th of April. The guest speaker for this event will be Lieutenant Colonel P. The RSL dinner is on Saturday the 20th of April at 6pm for a 6.30pm start. In support of the event will be the famous 1 RAR Band. Tickets for the event are $60 and available from the Gordonvale RSL. This is an event not to be missed. For more information on the dinner including tickets, menu, program of events and more, please visit the Gordonvale RSL website www.gordonvalersl.com.
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Those animals sure know how to relax after seeing all the wonderful photos entered into this months competition. Congratulations Donna Van Drie with your photo of Archie chillin’. Please contact Mulgrave News to arrange collection of your prize – a $5.00 gift voucher from The Feed Shop. Each month there will be a new theme. For our May photo challenge we would like to see 'Animals and Buddies' e.g. Cat and Guinea Pigs, Dog and Horse etc. The winner’s photo will be featured in the May Issue of Mulgrave News. Entries close 20th April. Limited to three entries per person. Photo entries to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our Facebook page and post your photo on our Wall. To see all the photos entrered in the competition you can visit our website www.mulgravenews.com.au or our Facebook page. Please ensure you have permission from the animal owner before submitting entry. The winning photo printed each month receives a $5.00 gift voucher from The Feed Shop.
Gordonvale State High School Personal excellence, successful futures Staff from Gordonvale SHS will be available to speak to parents about Year 7 at Gordonvale High in 2014, at the
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The following equipment & facilities are available for hire: Tables (seats 8) $ 7 Chairs $ 1 Large Barbeques $ 25 + gas Merry-go-round $100 Contact Norm Fitzpatrick 4056 3081 Air-conditioned club room with: • tables & seating for 60 • self-contained kitchen • data projector, laptop and screen
Hire cost is $60/day or $10/day to non-profit organizations. Contact Glenn Pope 0417 707 447. A large food van with all accessories for cooking chips, hamburgers etc. Catering services to large functions available. Contact Hec Stampa 4056 1032.
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Local Business Guide UPHOLSTERY Paulie’s Upholstery Recovers, Repairs, Made to Order Furniture and Bed Heads. Free Measure and Quotes. Local tradesman with 18 years experience Ph: 0413 005 833 Email: email@example.com www.pauliesupholstery.com.au
LAWN MOWING Morrie's Mowing & Yard Maintenance Lawn Mowing - Pruning - Weed Control - Odd Jobs - Commercial Domestic - Body Corp. Ph: 4056 5628 - Mob: 0428 291 033
LAWN MOWING High School Student to Mow Lawns in Gordonvale & Goldsborough $25 per hour. Phone Jake: 4056 5608 or 0417 684 409
PAINTING CONTRACTOR Brendon Pearce Painting Contractor Domestic, commercial, repaints & decorative finishes. Ph: 0408 405 620
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Gentle Hatha Yoga to stretch the body and release tension. Suits all ages & levels of ability. Seniors Stretch Class: Mon 1.15pm-2.15pm Girl Guides Hall. General Class: CWA Hall, Norman St, Gordonvale. Mon 5.45-7.15pm, Thurs 9.30-11.00am. Class at Aloomba School Library: Mon 3.15-4.30pm. Enquiries: Marilyn Pratt Ph: 4054 2485 Mob: 0423 045 145
Council Corner WHAT’S HAPPENING AROUND THE REGION 12 APRIL - NATIONAL YOUTH WEEK: SUGAR DASH TWILIGHT SLIDE Location: Sugarworld Waterpark, Edmonton. 6:00pm - 9:00pm. Live DJ, EPIC laster experience, sausage sizzle and drinks. Entry $10, limited tickets available on door. National Youth Week is a drug and alcohol free initiative. 20 APRIL TO 28 APRIL - FREE GREEN WASTE DISPOSAL Location: Transfer Stations: Portsmith, Smithfield, Gordonvale, Babinda, Killaloe, Newell Beach. Contact: 4044 3044 or 4099 9444 The wet season's almost over – is your garden overgrown? Now’s the time to clean up! Dispose of your domestic green waste (tree clippings, palm fronds, grass cuttings etc) for FREE at Council’s Transfer Stations. Where & When: Portsmith Transfer Station (Open 7 days, 8.30am - 5.15pm), Gordonvale Transfer Station (Open 7 days, 8.30am - 5:15pm), Babinda Transfer Station (Open 7 days, 8.30am - 4.45pm). Note: this offer is only for domestic cars, utes and/or trailers and light trucks (vehicle weight to GVM 4 tonnes maximum). Normal rates apply for disposal of any other waste during this period, including green waste from garden maintenance contractors on behalf of residents.
20 APRIL - ANTICS IN EDMONTON Location: Ravizza Park, Edmonton. 9:00am - 12:00pm. Contact: 4032 0844. Join the fight against pest species by coming along to the Antics in Edmonton community event on Saturday 20 April (9am-12pm)! Meet native animals with the fabulous Zoo to You, learn about invasive species, watch an odour detection dog sniff out tramp ants, and enjoy live music and entertainment with the popular Doyle Family Fun Show! Free face-painting, sausage sizzle, loads of giveaways, and prizes for people who bring in the smallest (under 2mm) or yellowest ant they can find in their yard for identification. Ants should be killed with insecticide and placed in a small plastic container.
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The Beef n’ Ice-cream Boy Part 1: By Wendy Maddocks Russell Spurrier was born in Gordonvale in 1950 and by 1958, he was riding with his father, Bill, bringing the cattle that had come by rail from the sale yards in Mareeba, to the SES stock yards in Gordonvale. Russell rode his own horse which was one of Thomas Bros. old racehorses, “Barrine Lad”. The cattle were also held in the “Common”, between Cairns Road and the Bruce Highway and were brought to the slaughter yards via George and Church streets as well as Templeton Street because of there being less traffic. During the school holidays, Russell and his brother Greg, also worked in the slaughter yards. After cleaning up at the end of the day, they brought home various cuts of meat which their mother cooked up. On one occasion, their Aunty Flo dropped in and asked what was cooking because it smelt delicious. “Calf balls,” was the reply. “Do you give them to the chooks?” asked Aunty Flo. “No,” said Mrs Spurrier. “The boys eat them. They call them “Prarie Oysters”. Aged thirteen, Russell helped his brother Clancy, who worked for Thomas Bros, to tidy up the butcher shop and, in 1966, he began his apprenticeship with Jamieson’s Bakers which was on the corner of Moller and Mayers Streets. (The original building is still there). In those days, they didn’t bake on a Friday or Saturday night so it was a five day week. Jamieson’s was one of the last bakeries in Gordonvale with a brick oven.
Russell well remembers the times he and some of his friends swam in the Mulgrave River and “souvenired” delicious, juicy oranges from the trees next to the cane worker’s barracks on Waay’s farm. In 1969, Russell and his mates rode their bikes up to Ross and Locke for a camping trip. Being a boy who was bred on red meat he faced very serious deprivation for four days. As well, he was also a dedicated ice-cream fan.
Russell (front) & Greg on Barrine Lad.
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Historical Paintings that tell a story (Information supplied by Mulgrave Settlers Museum) Ivy didn’t started art classes until the early 1970’s and has been painting ever since. Through her art she portrays people, places and poems of Far North Qld. She has won countless awards and has entered in many exhibitions locally, interstate and overseas. Ivy has done a painting of Private W.A (Bill) Warncke who was veteran of WW1 and a long term resident of Gordonvale and the Babinda area. The painting depicts the morning after the battle of Villers Brentonneaux, (a small town in France) which happened on 25th April 1918. The painting is hanging in the town of Villers Brentonneaux. Ivy and her family are long term members of the Bellenden Ker Rural Fire Fighters Brigade, one the smallest fire brigades in Australia. After the 911 tragedy in 2001 in New York, Ivy gifted a painting to the New York Fire-fighters, in honour of the lives that they saved and their tireless work comforting the dying and injured. One of Ivy Zappala’s paintings is hanging in Parliament House. This is her story. Ivy Zappala (nee Hanson), was born in Gordonvale Hospital in 1933. She was one of 8 children and grew up on piece of crown land along side the Mulgrave River. Life was simple then, but tough. Water for the house had to be carried up the hill from the river, in 4 gallon kerosene tins and Ivy’s Mum had to walk into Gordonvale to get meat and bread and had to carry it home in a sugar bag. The Hanson family were pretty well self reliant, as they had chooks, ducks and turkeys and had their own veggie garden and grew, potatoes, cabbage, tomatoes, lettuce, corn, bananas and paw paws. Even mangoes were well established as they had been planted years before by the Hindus who were cane cutting. The Mulgrave River was a central part of the family’s life, as they washed clothes in it, bathed in it, caught fish, shot wild ducks and enjoyed the fresh water swimming all year round. In the slack season, Ivy’s dad found it tough getting work. There were no government hand outs then. Tommy and Hughie Bryce of Bryce’s Store, (store front on Norman Street) let Ivy’s dad book things up and he paid it back once the cane cutting season started again. Ivy went to primary school in Gordonvale and travelled to Cairns to high school on the rail motor. After leaving school, she worked as a housemaid and domestic before marrying her husband Joe Zappala. They owned a small farm of 24 acres, and then went into share farming. In 1959 they bought their own farm at Pawngilly in the Babinda district. Then in 1965 they bought their present farm at Bellenden Ker. In 1992 Ivy painted a wall mural in the Mulgrave Settlers Museum of a rainforest backdrop 3m x 11m, which enhances the displays and brings the museum to life. The Mulgrave Settlers Museum is proud to be currently hosting an exhibition of Ivy Zappala’s paintings as well as a short DVD where Ivy describes each painting and talks about the reasons for painting them. The Museum is open Monday to Saturday 10.00am – 2.00pm. The Museum’s recent publication “From Plain Camp to Gordonvale”, a collection of articles and photographs from museum members, of when the Gordonvale area was referred to as “Plain Camp” and became Gordonvale is now available at the museum. We also have the recently published book, Gordonvale and the 503rd Parachute Regiment, a collection of articles and photographs of the American Parachute Regiment that was stationed in Gordonvale in 1942/43. Both these publications are $25.00 each.
1st Easter Monday Public Holiday 6th Markets, Norman Park 7.30am - 12pm 10th Kids Cardmaking, Fundraiser - Relay for Life Team Crew Cure, $10 includes afternoon tea, 2-4pm, Community Hub Hall, Cannon Street, Gordonvale. Bookings essential. Ph: 0431 259 700 Wendy 13th Marino Moller Lawyers Race Day 15th School Term 2 commences 19th JP Signing Service, Gordonvale Hub 10am-2pm 25th Anzac Day Public Holiday
20th Last Day School Term 3 20th JP Signing Service, Gordonvale Hub 10am-2pm
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CNW Electrical Wholesalers Gordonvale Cup 7th Labour Day Public Holiday 8th School Term 4 commences 18th JP Signing Service, Gordonvale Hub 10am-2pm
Mother’s Day Cent Sale, Anglican Church Parish Hall, 2pm Annular Solar Eclipse JPMI Civil Construction Race Day Card Making Night, Fundraiser - Relay for Life Team Crew Cure, $20 includes supper, 7pm, St Johns Young Lifestyle, Lot 3 Highleigh Road, Gordonvale. Bookings Ph: 0431 259 700 Wendy JP Signing Service, Gordonvale Hub 10am-2pm Pet Show, St Michaels School 9.30am – 2pm Relay for Life Fundraiser Riverstone Stitchers, Biggest Morning Tea, Anglican Church Hall
June 10th Queen’s Birthday Public Holiday 21st Last Day School Term 2 21st JP Signing Service, Gordonvale Hub 10am-2pm
July 8th School Term 3 commences 19th JP Signing Service, Gordonvale Hub 10am-2pm
August 10th The Great Pyramid Race 23rd JP Signing Service, Gordonvale Hub 10am-2pm
22nd JP Signing Service, Gordonvale Hub 10am-2pm
December 13th Last Day School Term 4 25th Christmas Day Public Holiday 26th Boxing Day Public Holiday
Weekly Mon Gordonvale Goanna’s Playgroup, 9.30-11.30am, QCWA Hall, Contact Debbie 4067 5344 Mon Brownies (aged 7-10 ½ yo) Guide Hut 4pm-6pm Mon Guides (aged 10 ½ - 13) Guide Hut 6.30pm-8.30pm Tue Active Games in Norman Park 3.15pm Tue Rangers (aged 13-18yo) Guide Hut 7pm-9pm Wed Gumnuts (age 5-7yo) Guide Hut 4pm-5.30pm Sat 4F Fun Fitness group meet at Julie’s Tasty Treats between 6.30-7am. Walk, ride etc. Mon-Sat Mulgrave Settlers Museum, 60 Gordon Street 10am-2pm
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We had a terrific response to this months competition, 11 photos entered. Congratulations goes to Tina Elmer you are the lucky winner with your photo of the Water Tower in Norman Park. Please contact Mulgrave News to arrange collection of your prize - $5.00 gift certificate from Julie’s Tasty Treats.
Each month there will be a new theme. For our May “Your Town’ photo challenge our theme is – a photo of Mulgrave News in and around Gordonvale area. In addition to winning a $5.00 voucher from Julie’s Tasty Treats the winning photo will be used as the Mulgrave News Facebook banner for at least one month. Limited to three entries per person. Entries close 20th April. The winners photo will also be featured in the May issue of Mulgrave News. Photo entries to be emailed to email@example.com or visit our Facebook page and post your photo on the Wall. To see all the photos entered in the competition you can visit our website - www.mulgravenews.com.au or our Facebook page.
Robyn’s Real Estate Read Welcome to this month's update on all things Real Estate. There seems to be a lot of positivity regarding our real estate prices in the last few weeks. The current median house price for Goldsborough has risen to $485,000.00 after many years in the doldrums. Gordonvale has been mentioned as a hot spot to invest in and land values have stayed the same over the past 12 months. Building Approvals have risen in Cairns by 38.6% to Nov 12 over the previous 12 months thanks in part to the State's Building Boost of $15,000.00 and this is seeing land being snapped up. For those of you hoping to sell to buy, especially when it comes to upsizing and downsizing, timing is crucial. I have quite a lot of experience in this type of sale so feel free to give me a call to discuss the different options. Robyn Hawley-Whitton - 0488 071 007 or E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Turf Club back racing Gordonvale Turf Club is back racing on the 13th of April. This race day is sure to be a beauty with plenty of activities for the kids. Marino Moller Lawyers are naming right sponsors for the day, while McDonalds Gordonvale is proudly sponsoring the ‘Kids Family Fun Land’. There will be a Jumping Castle, Face Painting, Colouring Contest and the Fun-E-Farm. In the Fun-E-Farm there will be animals for the kids to pat and also Shetland Pony Rides. There is also a guest appearance by one of the McDonalds characters. Fashions on the Field is returning and this year for the first time there will be a category for best dressed children. The race day theme colour is purple to help raise awareness for Relay for Life, representatives of the Relay for Life will be on track to help raise money for the Cancer Charity fund. There is to be 5 local races and also TAB Facilities to watch all the Southern races. A special treat for the day is to see Black Caviar racing in Sydney going for her 25th win in a row. Where else better to watch Black Caviar then the Gordonvale racecourse? Entertainment will continue after the last race with live music and followed by the official after party of the Gordonvale Turf Club down at the Parkview Hotel till late. The other Sponsors for the day are Louies Liquor Barn, Underwood Party Hire, ECU Bank, Parkview Hotel, Zinc FM and XXXX Gold. There are still plenty of tent packages available for 13th of April and also the 18th of May. Please get in contact with Cameron Riches on 0427 999 121 or email@example.com. Like Gordonvale Turf Club on Facebook to keep up to date with everything regarding the races.
Mural Workshops The Gordonvale Community Hub will be taking it's popular Mural Workshops to Babinda next term. Nicola Millen will teach young people the finer points of mural design and application. Techniques include stencils, sponging and fine brush work. Workshops are on Wednesday afternoons from 3pm to 5pm behind the Babinda Task Force building and are free of charge. Computers will also be available under the supervision of Mark Edwards. Young people without a computer at home will have time to catch up on their homework or just have some fun with the other kids playing network games like Minecraft. Social media will not be permitted during the workshop times.
Vote for Trish Cairns Regional Council’s library employee, Trish Richards, has been nominated as Australia’s Favourite Librarian, a competition run by the Australian Library and Information Association. Trish was nominated at Gordonvale Library for her welcoming, friendly and helpful manner. You can record a vote for Trish at ALIA’s website www.alia.org.au/ausfavlibrarian/ or at www.polldaddy.com. Voting will close on April 15 and winner will be announced during Library and Information Week, 20 -24 May 2013.
Ambulance Training St John's will be running their first aid course at the Gordonvale Hub on April 8th. To make a booking contact: Ruth Deasy, Ph B/H: 4031 0651, Fax: 4041 6525, Ph A/H: 0413 448 035, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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All ages Rock Gig Card Making Day 'Subject to Noise' is a one night all ages gig taking place during National Youth Week at the Gordonvale RSL. Witness the head bang-able glory of Peyote, Salacious, Almost a Square, Jimmy the One and Phoenix Rising. For more information phone Lisa Christensen on 07 4032 6620 or you can email her on: firstname.lastname@example.org. $10 entry fee on the door, 6-10pm Thursday 11th of April 2013 at the Gordonvale RSL.
Wednesday 10th April between 2pm - 4pm. Kids Card Making Day as a fundraiser for our Relay for Life team Crew Cure. Make two cards and afternoon tea. $10.00 entry, 5yo to 13yo must be accompanied by an adult. Contact Wendy 0431 259 700 need to book.
Relay for Life Pet Show St Michaels School Gordonvale, Saturday May 25th 9.30am to 2pm. For more info contact: Helen Booij - 0407 711 501 or Jo McGowan - 0414 330 893.
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