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Beef Stroganoff Honey Mustard Chicken Dusted Flounder Sunday Roast Pork Lorna Cassidy and Bev Wilson at the Craft Store in Gaskill St are looking for new volunteers.

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The famous Craft Shop in Gaskill St is calling for new volunteers to ensure the longevity of the store. The group of voluntary members have been running the store for than 40 years and are currently looking for new members to volunteer in the shop. Many of the current members are over 75 years of age and are wanting to cut back their hours. The Craft Shop provides the local Canowindra community with freshly baked goods, eggs and honey, handicrafts, children’s toys, indoor plants, wool and haberdashery and over the years the not-for-profit business has given back over $25,000 to the Canowindra community. The group are currently looking for new

members to either volunteer in the shop (you don’t have to be crafty) or to provide new crafts and ideas to the store to keep things interesting for the shoppers. “It would be a shame to see it close, I enjoy volunteering here as it is like a social outing for me,” said President Lorna Cassidy. “I have been a volunteer here for 30 years, I love the social side of it, it isn’t hard to do and I find it interesting,” said member Bev Wilson. The store is currently open MondayFriday from 9am to 4.30pm and from 9am to 12.30pm on Saturday’s. If you are interested in joining the group or volunteering please call in to the store in Gaskill St!

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The Canowindra CWA will hold its annual fundraiser, Sunday Serenade at Canowindra All Saints Church on Sunday 8th September 2019. This yearly event raises funds to support local school students further their love of music. The Sunday Serenade started from an idea at a CWA meeting in 2013, to date 8 scholarships have been awarded with successful recipients using the scholarship for lessons in their respective choice of instrument - piano, guitar, saxophone or voice, either at the Orange Conservatorium of Music, or with private tutors which enables them to continue music tuition at a high level and use their musical talent to serve the community. Any school aged person who attends school in Canowindra is eligible to apply for the scholarship. Application forms for the scholarship are available after the concert on Sunday 8th September at the local schools or at Canowindra Pharmacy, applications close at the end of October 2019. Each year the award is judged by a small

committee which includes an independent judge from outside the Canowindra area. The Canowindra CWA Sunday Serenade concert is a showcase of local talent and provides an opportunity for local artists to gain performance experience, so come along and encourage our local upcoming artist. By Christine Sampson

The Canowindra CWA Sunday Serenade will return to All Saints Church on September 8th.

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THUMBS DOWN To communication and community spirit. Three times a thumbs down has appeared anonymously regarding registered trucks parking legally in Rodd Street. If only you felt you could discuss your grievance with the owner of these vehicles and possibly offer resolu-

tions to your concern that our town is ugly due to these vehicles. Your opinion and voice may be better used to lobby council to change their parking regulations to ensure your town is beautiful. Either of these options may afford action rather than using this platform to publicly discredit and demean a community member who is parking registered vehicles legally. Raelene Warn

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BE Seen more than hope to those affected by cancer. The Daffodil Day Appeal will take place on Friday 23 August 2019 out the front of the IGA in Canowindra. The Cancer Council will be accepting cash donations with pins and fresh daffodils for sale. Thanks to investment in research over many years, amazing advancements have been made in cancer prevention, screening and treatment – helping to increase survival rates from 49% in the 1980s to 69% today. This year, Daffodil Day celebrates 33 years of turning Australia yellow, with Cancer Council aiming to raise more than $4 million for cancer research through online donations, and by recruiting more than 3,110 volunteers to staff around 420 sites on Daffodil Day in NSW alone.

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Stork News: Brock and Annah White from Canowindra are excited to announce the arrival of their twins Pippa Mae White weighing 6 pound 7 oz and Leo Arthur White weighing 6 pound 14 oz on 6th August 2019. Older siblings Bodhi, Sophie, Tamika and Lucy White were very excited to meet the new additions to the family! Grandparents are Marianne and Hoss Stonestreet and Ann and Merv Stenhouse. Stamp Price to Rise: Australia Post have lodged a draft notification with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) seeking an increase to the Basic Postage Rate (BPR) from $1.00 to $1.10. Along with the information provided to the ACCC are proposed business letter price increases as well. Australia Post are proposing that these price increases will take effect from January 2020.

Well done to Holly Pull from Canowindra on winning Player of the Week at Cowra Netball!

Canowindra Community Reading Day: Will be held on Wednesday 21st August from 9.30am to 12.30pm at St Edward’s School in Canowindra. The special guest illustrator for 2019 is Nathaniel Eckstrom. Children of all ages are welcome to attend this community event promoting the value of reading. Fruit break and a BBQ lunch will be provided. Way Back When: Thanks to Bob Robson for coming into the office with this great photo for our Way Back When section! This is Col Robson Senior in about 1927 harvesting grain the old fashioned way near Bangaroo. If you have an old photo please email it to editor@canowindraphoenix. com.au

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Claire, Lucy and Zoe Neville enjoyed building a snowman at Nashdale last weekend!

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Chifley Police District Commander, A/Superintendent Adam Beard is pleased to announce that a new Police Officer will be commencing duty in Canowindra in midOctober 2019. A vacancy was created in Canowindra in April this year when S/C Therese Miller transferred from Canowindra to Lightning Ridge. The new officer will be moving into the Police residence in Canowindra with his wife and young family. The new officer is currently stationed at a Sydney metropolitan Police Command.

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The community can be assured in the interim before the new officer starts that Police from Cowra are being tasked on a regular basis to attend Canowindra to undertake proactive Policing activities. A/Superintendent Beard said “Likewise, we encourage people in Canowindra to report crime to us by calling the Cowra Police station on 6341 5099 or our Police assistance line on 131 444. Of course, if it is an emergency please call 000 and Police will attend as a matter of priority.”

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No matter the weather Phill's Paint & Blinds (opposite the big green fitness centre in Cowra) has the window solution for you! Give us a call for an obligation free measure and quote. Not sure what you need or what would be the most practical? We can explain the options and give you the information that you need to make the right choice to make your house a home or your office a statement piece. Phill has over 20 years’ experience so he does know what he is talking about! New in store at the moment are some beautiful curtain sheers in the most delectable soft colours. Ideal for softening the look of a room with a block out roller blind behind to give you the privacy you need of a night time or to drop down when it is too hot or cold. Also new in store a large range of wallpaper books to do that feature wall you always wanted. Have a look on the Phill’s Paint and Blinds Facebook page for an awesome deal on Automotive Paint. You can even receive a FREE ladder! You won't be disappointed! Jeffry can fill spray cans with your choice of colour for that touch up job on your car or special restoration project that you are doing. Don't forget they have an awesome showroom showcasing over 50 different window coverings. There are over 300 lovely fabrics in store to choose from for your curtains which are believe it or not coming back into vogue. Certainly sheers are making a comeback. Come and have a look, we don't mind you browsing. Phill's Paint & Blinds where customer service is just the beginning!


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So Many Benefits Of A Small School St Edward’s Primary School in Canowindra are excited to invite those starting Kindergarten in 2020 to the “Little Saints” Kinder Orientation Program which will commence soon. The first session is on Monday 9th September from 9am – 11am and includes a meeting for parents while the children attend class. There will be another 4 sessions after this on Monday 16th and 23rd September, Monday 21st and 28th October. St Edward’s in Canowindra has a lot to offer for a small school including… • More one-on-one time: This type of educating is critical, both for development of skills and for inspiring students. • Students can’t hide: In a large class, it becomes much easier for the quiet kids, or the unmotivated kids, to hide in a clique of friends or at the back of the class. With fewer students, the teacher is more capable of ensuring everyone participates and engages the material. • More cohesive class culture: A smaller class will ultimately make a more cohesive unit than a larger one. In a smaller classroom setting, students will have the opportunity to interact with and form relationships with all of their classmates, ensuring that the class is more supportive of each other. • Teachers can form better relationships: Related to the increased amount of individual time spent is the quality of relationships teachers are able to build with each student. In smaller classes, teachers better know the strengths, weaknesses, and needs of each pupil • Students are more engaged: When students have a strong relationship with their teacher and know they are responsible for their work and level of participation, they are bound to be more engaged with the curriculum. For more information please contact Principal Ken McNamara on 6344 1170 or drop in and visit the school in Tilga Street!

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Ridgehaven Poll Dorset Stud is owned and run by the Legge Family – Jessie, Ruth, Floyd and Isabele. Their focus is to produce rams with genetics that assist commercial lamb producers to be more efficient and profitable. The long term breeding program concentrates on high growth rates and early maturity for on-farm efficiency and marketing options, together with well-defined carcase shape and adequate fat coverage for premium carcase quality and higher yields. Animal management advantages are also a priority, with smooth shoulder settings for ease of lambing, correct leg and foot conformation for ram mobility and functionality, and tight downs wool for a higher skin value. The Poll Dorset breed is well known for their fast growth and high yielding carcase. Dorset-cross lambs are highly sought after by the meat processors and regularly attract a premium price due to the quality and consistency of the product. This has made the Poll Dorset breed the No.1 terminal sire for prime lamb production in Australia. The Ridgehaven 2019 Annual Ram Sale will be held on property at Cudal on Thursday 12th September. On offer will be 10 specially selected stud rams and 130 flock rams. All rams are quality assured and will be catalogued with ASBV’s and Stockscan data. A delicious lunch is provided, and all are welcome to the sale day. Selling agents are Kevin Miller Whitty Lennon (KMWL) and McCarron Cullinane Chudleigh. Enquiries and inspections prior to the sale are welcome. For further information visit www.ridgehaven. net.au or call Floyd 0402 185 727.

KINDER 2020 KINDER 2020 ‘LITTLE SAINTS’ ‘LITTLE SAINTS’ ORIENTATION PROGRAM ORIENTATION PROGRAM To be held over the following dates:

To be held over the following dates:

DAY 1: MONDAY, 9TH SEPTEMBER 2019 9AM – 11AM (PARENTS MEETING, CHILDREN ATTEND CLASS) DAY 1: MONDAY, 9TH SEPTEMBER 2019 9AM – 11AM DAY 2: MONDAY, 16TH SEPTEMBER 2019 9AM – 11AM (PARENTS MEETING, CHILDREN ATTEND CLASS) DAY 3: MONDAY, 23RD SEPTEMBER 2019 9AM – 11AM DAYDAY 2: MONDAY, 16TH SEPTEMBER 2019 9AM – 11AM 4: MONDAY, 21ST OCTOBER 2019 9AM – 11AM DAYDAY 3: MONDAY, 23RD 2019 9AM – 11AM 5: MONDAY, 28THSEPTEMBER OCTOBER 2019 9AM – 11AM DAY 4: MONDAY, 21ST OCTOBER 2019 9AM – 11AM DAY 5: MONDAY, 28TH OCTOBER 9AM – 11AM Please contact Principal, Ken McNamara on tel.2019 6344 1170 if you have any questions, or drop in and visit the school in Tilga St, Canowindra. Everyone is welcome!

Please contact Principal, Ken McNamara on tel. 6344 1170 if you have any questions, or drop in and visit the school in Tilga St, Canowindra. Everyone is welcome!

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Sunday Sessions at the Bowlo with Lance Birrell, 3-6pm on the first Sunday of the month. Sit back enjoy the free live music and raffles or get out and have a game of barefoot bowls. To book the courtesy bus call Peter on 0459 913 894. SWS Stud Merino Breeders Field Day, 10am at Harden Showground, Harden NSW. For more information visit www.swsmerinofieldday.com.au Adult Survivors of Child Abuse - Cowra Support Group Meeting @ 12:30pm. Open to all survivors of any community. If interested contact Pascale on 6342 1612. Members come from Canberra, Temora, Forbes etc. www.recover.itmatters.com.au Moorbel Hall Markets, 8am – 12pm. BBQ and morning tea available. Phone Warwick on 6344 2025 for more information or to book a stall. Gooloogong Public School 150 Year Markets, 10am – 3pm at Gooloogong Public School. Stalls, live music and more. Canowindra CWA Sunday Serenade, at All Saints’ Church Canowindra. Little Saints Kinder 2020 Orientation Program Begins, 9am-11am at St Edwards Catholic Primary School. For more information call 6344 1170. Ridgehaven Annual Ram Sale, 1pm on property at Cudal. Visit www.ridgehaven. net.au for more information. Canowindra Bowling Club AGM, 5pm at the Club. Cowra Real Estate Auction of 2321 George Russell Drive. 1pm on site. For more information contact Stephen Haslam on 0412 395 390 or email stephen@cowrarealestate.com Canowindra High School P&C Open Garden Day 7 December Col Elliot Live at Canowindra Services Club. Tickets on sale soon.

Canowindra High School P&C Meeting, on Tuesday of the 4th and 8th weeks of school term. New members are always welcome. Canowindra Dementia Carer’s Support Group Meeting, on the second Tuesday of every month. 10am-12pm at the Canowindra Community Health Centre in Ryall St.

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COMMUNITYNotices The Anglican and Uniting Churches of Canowindra and surrounding districts Phone 6344 1643 Every Thursday 10.00am Service at Peace Uniting Church Canowindra. Every Friday 9.30am – noon Foodbasket at Canowindra Uniting Church Hall. Sunday 18th August 8am St Matthew’s Eugowra 9.30am Peace Memorial Uniting Church Sunday 25th August 9.30am Peace Memorial Uniting Church 4pm St Matthew’s Eugowra

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How long have you lived in or around Canowindra and what is the best thing about living here? I have lived here all my life except for about 5 years when I lived in Orange & Bathurst. Where do you work or what do you do currently and what do you enjoy about it? I am the Administration Officer at the Canowindra Community Health Centre. I work with a great group of people and I enjoy being able to assist people from the community find the services they need. What is your favourite thing to do when you have free time? I love to get in my garden and I enjoy relaxing on my back deck catching up with family and friends. What makes you proud? My children and my husband. If you could be an animal which one would you choose and why? A bird so I could fly. What is your all-time favourite movie, song and/or book, and why? There are so many good ones, but a few favourites are Jessie by Joshua Kadison, Dirty Dancing and My Sisters Keeper by Jodi Picoult. What is on your bucket list? More travelling, go to the Melbourne Cup, go to the Australian Open Tennis Tournament and go to the 3rd State Of Origin when they have won a game each. Tell us about your best holiday ever? Hawaii on my honeymoon. What makes your day? My morning coffee and hearing my girls laugh. Tell us an interesting fact about yourself? I flew to London for $50 when I used to work for Hazelton Airlines.

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MONTROSE House Hello readers, welcome to this month’s column. A big congratulations to all the winners in the Xmas in July Window Display Competition, it all looked fabulous! A special mention to Canowindra Pharmacy, Vinnies and also Garden and Montgomerie it would have been a hard job to judge them all. I had the most successful July since I have been in the house, on one week alone I had a bus from Sydney walking around with a glass of champagne looking at all the lights in the windows, and that was a Tuesday night! The word is getting out there at just how fabulous a town we live in. We also had a bus load from Cowra for lunch and shopping, one from Orange, one from Bathurst, groups from Forbes, Parkes, Eugowra and Gooloogong all coming at 11am, shopping till 12 noon then lunch from 12-2pm followed by more shopping. I’m sure that many of the locals coming into town on Thursday and Friday at the end of the month saw lots of happy people from out of town dressed in their Xmas finery shopping. It is a wonderful experience and we do prizes for best dressed and encourage people to get into the mood, so it was a really pleasant way to survive our cold weather. But more importantly we have introduced new people to our town - I always say Christmas is for the kids and Yuletide is for the adults! Busy now preparing for September’s Canowindra Floriade – a mini Floriade where we are encouraging the businesses in Gaskill St to dress their shops and windows with floral decorations. I have ordered lots of potted colour to go into the barrels in Gaskill St and encourage everybody to get on board and support our town, we are in drought so every dollar we can bring in keeps our town thriving! Take care and best wishes Tommy xxx

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CANOWINDRA SPORT CANOWINDRA TIGERS The Canowindra Tigers had a good win against the Eugowra Eagles 82 – 2 on a freezing cold day at Tom Clyburn Oval. The Eugowra side only had 10 players after a number of their players left and the Canowindra Tigers decided to play with 10 also and run reserves on when needed. Eugowra was very appreciative and their President commented after the game at the presentation at the Royal Hotel how pleased he was with the effort from Canowindra to show such sportsmanship. The Montrose House Players Player went to Andy Kelleher with all players receiving 1 point for good sportsmanship and great enthusiasm. The league tag girls had a great win over Eugowra 66-0. They ran the ball well with good skills and backed up one another and defended really well. 3 points went to Brittney Whatman, 2 points to Kelly Price and 1 point to Jessica Perry, all three girls were awarded Players Player for the week. This Saturday 17th August Canowindra will host the first week of Semi Finals. The league tag girls will play Condobolin at 1.40pm and the first grade Tigers will take on Grenfell at 3pm. By Barry Traves

WOMEN’S BOWLS

Results of two Semi-Finals played in the Handicap Pairs on Tuesday, 13th August. Sandy McDonald and Penny Nash defeated Joice McNaught and Sheryn O’Malveney 16-14. Marion Wilson and Gwen Haydon defeated Leanne Stevenson and Dianne Mooney 33-11. The Final will be played on Tuesday, 20th August between Gwen’s team and Penny’s team. There were two social games played. Linda Miller, Liz Thornberry and Radka Tatterson defeated Leanne West, Jill Messenger and Deanna Noble 25-15. Moyna Rue, Bobbie Turner and Colleen Crump defeated Lorne Burgess, Daph Bryant and Betty Jenkins 18-16. It was great to see Leanne West back playing with us, hope you enjoyed your morning. Two Canowindra teams competed in the Gala Day held at Manildra on Wednesday, 14th August. They were Deanna Noble, Radka Tatterson and Nancy Morrow and Penny Nash, Joice McNaught and Liz Thornberry. The Lucky Draw was won by Deanna Noble with No. 18.

Our monthly meeting will be held on Tuesday, 20th August. By Shirley Robson

MEN’S BOWLS This Saturday 17th August Bob and Shirley Robson will sponsor a Mixed Mufti Bowls afternoon. Prizemoney of $300 with $180 for winners and $120 for runners up. Two games of 12 ends being turn around triples. Teams may be men, women or mixed. Names in by 12.30pm for 1pm start. Entry fee being $30 per team or $10 per person includes sausage sizzle. The Men’s 2018 Championships Presentation will also take place. On Sunday 18th August the Major Fours Final will be played between S Kirkman, B McClintock, B and C Webb v P Kennedy, P Taylor, D Beath and R Traves. The Consistency Singles Final will also be played with V Mirto v T Tuimauga and the Marker is I Nelder. Nominations are now called for Mixed Pairs as well as Major and Minor Triples. Memberships for 2019-2020 are now due. Wednesday badge draw will be $1,250, Friday badge draw will be $1,500 and Sunday badge draw will be $500. By Ian Nelder

CLEARING SALE “SUSSEX”, CANOWINDRA - WEDNESDAY 28TH AUGUST Commencing 9.00am A/c Estate Late AJ Street Machinery & Farming Plant 40 Lots of Top Machinery to be sold on Auctions Plus simultaneously at 2.00pm

TRACTORS: Case Magnum 340 – 370hrs – 2018 duals, Case Magnum 340 – 1150hrs – 2016 duals front & back, Case Pump 180 – 1950hrs – 2011 with front linkage & pto, Case MXM 155 - 4730hrs – 2006 - C/W loader, Case MXM 155 – 4980hrs – 2006 – C/W loader, Case MXU 110 – 2600hrs – 2006 – C/W loader, Case MXU 100 – 1780hrs – 2016, Case Jx90u – 2wd – 2990hrs. HEADERS: 2010 Case 7088 – C/W 40ft Front & Trailer – 3159 eng hrs – 2168 rotor hrs, 2009 Case 7088 – C/W 40ft Front & Trailer – 2861 eng hrs – 2073 rotor hrs, 2016 Case Canola Pickup front, 2015 Case Canola pick-up front.

Small Baler, 2009 New Holland BC 5070 Small Baler, 2 x Jadan 15 bale Accumulator, Howard TR 8 Wheel Rake, Siltrex 7 Wheel Rake, 2x Jaden 15 bale grab, 2 x 15 bale grab, 40’ bogie axle hay trailer with bogie dolly. TILLAGE: Howard Bagshaw Air Seeder 32’ bar 4500 electric drive, disc cutters and press wheels, KLine 6m Speed Tiler, K’Line Huydraulic harrows 17 leaf, Hardi 5000 Boom Spray, Coolamon Hydraulic Harrows 60’, Morris Coil Harrows Wrangler 3, 211 Inter Scarifier 23 tyne, John Shearer Wideline C/W Harrows, Viking 6000 Spreader, Big N gas tank

WINDROWERS: 2017 MacDon M205, C/W 16’ discbine Front – 466hrs, 2016 New Holland SR200x C/W 16’ Discbine front – 1077hrs, MacDon D65-S 30’ draper front with trailer, New Holland 440 40’ draper front with trailer.

GRAIN HANDLING: Brookfiled 30T Chaser Bin, Finch 12T Chaser bin, Dunstan 80T Mother Bin, Farm King Swing Away Auger 10”x60’, Normoyle hydraulic Auger 38’x 8’, 10 tonne Heaslip Grouper, HE Portable Silo with Auger 30T, Parkes Industries presmatic Multi-Mix feed mill, 3 feed out bins.

HAY GEAR: 2016 Krone HDP2 Baler 8x4x3 – 8 string bogey axle, 2014 Krone HDP Baler 8x4x3 – 6 string bogey axle, 2016 Krone Fortima V1800 Round Baler, Twinstar G37 Hyd Roller Bar Rake, Berrima Hyd Twin Basket Roller Bar Rake, 2012 Case SB 541

VEHICLES: Ford LTL 9000 Prime Mover, 2004 Landcruiser ute, 1991 Landcruiser ute, 1985 Landcruiser, 2007 Mazda BT50 4x4 manual dual cab, 2004 Nissan Navara 4x4 manual dual cab, 2005 Holden Rodeo, 2x Polaris 4 wheel bikes.

MISCELLANEOUS: 7 x 20’ shipping containers, assorted loader attachments, wool press, Stoll lifter, Red River cattle crush, Willetten V machine, service trailer, 750 used iron posts, quantity of gates. SUNDRY ITEMS: Massive list of small farming items too numerous to mention TERMS: Cash or cheque on sale day. Number system will be operating. ID is required at registration. 10 % GST applicable. Purchase receipts must be presented when leaving the sale. DIRECTIONS: From Canowindra 3 kms Longs Corner Road, turn left onto Back Mogong Road, look for signs on the left. CATERING: Canowindra Lions Club will be suppling food and drinks on the day. Agents Note: This is a magnificent line up of tractors, headers, windrowers, hay equipment, tillage & grain handling equipment in very good order. The Late Tony Street was well recognised as a very professional farmer who kept his machinery in top condition.

AUCTIONEERS: James P. Keady & Co | 33 Kendal Street, Cowra | 02 6342 3344 VENDOR: Chris Street 0428 658 821 AGENT: Craige Oliver 0438 244 354 | James Keady 0427 312 402

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