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This month I’m asking the community to dig deep into their pockets and show their compassion. Compassion is a sympathetic awareness of another’s distress, combined with a desire to alleviate it. Compassion is often shown through kindness and caring, and other displays of service and generosity. Charles Kingsley once said “I have made one human being, at least, a little wiser, a little happier, or a little better this day”, and I think it would be a great thing for all people from the community to achieve this as well. Roleystone local Kalani Grant has done it again! Go to page 4 to read the full story on how she won gold at the Golden Gloves National Open Tri Nations Boxing Tournament in Queensland. Fifteen very young and very lucky Auskick players from the Roleystone Junior Football Club played their hearts out on sacred turf at Patersons stadium. Check out the full story and the great photographs on page 8 and 9 of this issue. The IGA Perth Royal Show is Perth’s biggest

community event, attracting 400,000 visitors from the city and the country every year. If you are thinking about going, but dread the queues, fear no longer! Our local Roleystone Supa IGA has pre-sale tickets available now, but they’ll sell out soon, so hurry! Speaking of community events, our very own Roleystone Community Church is celebrating its Centenary with a feast fit for a King. Everybody is invited, so check out page 15 for further details. They say that a dog is a man’s best friend, and a local 6 year old Kelpie Cross called “Digger” has certainly proven it. This special canine, who protected his mistress from an attempted home invasion and was stabbed whilst chasing away the offenders, will be presented with a Bravery Award and Life Membership at the “Hero Hound Hall of Fame” event. It’s sure to be a great family fun day, so feel free to come along with your own dog, as long as they’re on a leash. Read all about it on page 17. Want to win a shopping spree? Then buy some Good


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September - a special time for Australia The first thing many Aussies will think of when you mention September is the AFL Grand Final, but there are plenty of other reasons that September is such a great month for Australia, especially in the symbolic sense. September the 1st is the first day of Spring in Australia, and as such is also our National Wattle Day. Since the first celebration of it in 1910, proud Aussies have welcomed the beginning of a bright new season by wearing sprigs of our national floral emblem, the golden wattle (Acacia pycanthia). Then we have our National Flag Day on September 3rd, which celebrates the first time that the flag we know and love was flown in 1901. The nature of our flag’s creation was by by necessity of war or rebellion, but by peaceful consensus. A competition was held, in which Australians were invited to make or present a design for

the country’s flag, resulting in the familiar standard that we use to represent ourselves today. It is definitely a flag of the people, made by the people, for the people. It has seen hard times, both on home soil, and abroad, but it has always been ours. Finally, we have the Battle for Australia Day, which falls on the first Wednesday of September. This year, that day was the 5th. It began back in 2008, when the Governor General Michael Jeffrey and the Government of the day gave the people of Australia a day to remember the Second World War, and to commemorate all those who had served and died in defence of their country. It is not a public holiday, so there are no obvious celebrations, which I think is a pity. Every school should have the chance to recognise and acknowledge this day, which pays tribute to a defining period in our nation’s history. Benjamin Seabrook, Roleystone.

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Anita and the family wish to take this opportunity to sincerely thank everyone for their heartfelt love and support during this very sad time. The sudden loss of our beloved Freddy, came as a shock to all of us and is shared by many. We wish to extend extra thanks to his wonderful friends in sending our Freddy off with grace, style and humour at his beloved Araluen Golf Resort.

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Our family recently found ourselves in the market to purchase a personal computer (PC) for the home. As we all know, purchasing a computer can often be a big, costly decision because of all the variables to consider, laptop or desktop? How much RAM? And what processor will you need to power your new computer? We knew we had to start by listing everything we would like our computer to do. Our family were adamant that we would not going to be shopping at a retail store since we also have to make sure that there would still be some reliable customer support once the item was purchased. With the “Shop Smart, Shop Local” motto in mind, we called Simon Holland from Bigsi Computer Solutions to help us. We found him to be very efficient on getting a quote to us, and he kindly checked that all our existing accessories were going to be compatible with the new computer. Simon offered tips and ideas on what to expect and what to be cautious of, so we could avoid any expensive mistakes. When it came time for the installation there were a few teething problems with such things as wi-fi and video cards but Simon fixed them all. The computer has come with the standard 1 year warranty. In addition, we have the peace of mind knowing that if anything goes wrong with the computer, Simon is only a phone call away. This experience has left our family quite confident that we would not hesitate in recommending Bigsi Computer Solutions for purchasing your next computer. The Newland Family, Roleystone.

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Karizma Hair Studio has moved! The salon, which until recently was situated on Brookton Highway, opened its doors at its new location on the corner of Huntingdale Road and Pipit Close in Huntingdale on Monday the 3rd of September. Their new number is 9490 5533. Management has advised that you use this number only, as the other salon numbers will no longer be in use. Owner Suzzie has confirmed that this move is a temporary arrangement, and that Karizma Hair Studio will be up and running again in Roleystone in about a

year. Suzzie would like to express her thanks to everyone for their patience, support and good wishes during this process. She said “We were most overwhelmed, but we are so lucky to be amongst a fantastic community. We will miss Brookton Highway tremendously, and look forward to coming back where we belong.” Suzzie and the rest of the staff at Karizma Hair Studio look forward to seeing their clients in their new location.

testimoniAl 6 August 2012 Dear Maggie, Patrick Jo and Linda, We can’t thank you enough for your expertise in selling our home in Mount Nasura, especially in difficult times when the market was dropping. We have bought and sold a few homes over 30 years in NT, NSW, WA and now QLD, so have dealt with many real estate agents, so feel we have a lot to compare. We initially bought the Mount Nasura home through Maggie Burke Real Estate in 2010 when we relocated from NSW to Perth. From a purchaser’s view the dedication and professional manner Maggie has, made us feel at ease, in the picture at all times and we felt thoroughly happy with all aspects of buying a home through Maggie Burke Real Estate. From the moment of meeting Maggie at Home Opens to the end of the sale we felt cared for and important. We feel all people selling their homes need to know that prospective buyers are well looked after by the Maggie Burke Team. In 2012 we decided to sell this home and move back East. We did get other real estate agents to quote as a comparison but we returned to Maggie to sell the home as we know how she makes clients feel at ease and comfortable.

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On Saturday August the 25th, fifteen young Auskick players from the Roleystone Junior Football Club were invited to participate in the half-time entertainment at the West Coast Eagles versus Collingwood match at Patersons stadium. This was a big thrill for the young players who were selected from the Pre-Primary, Year 1 and Year 2 groups within the Auskick squads. Needless Roleystone Junior Football Auskick team in to say, their parents were the changerooms at Patersons stadium waiting very proud and quite excited for the half-time siren so they can play. to see their sons run onto the ground wearing the red and black NAB Auskick jumpers. An hour before bounce down, we all met outside the grounds, where we received our entry tickets and instructions on what we had to do for our halftime game. Near the end of the first quarter, the boys were taken down into the changerooms and prepared for their match. There was quite a lot of nervous and excited chatter by the young players about how many people were going to be

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watching, who was going to kick the goal and which player was going to take a big mark. When the half-time siren blew, it was finally our turn to show the crowd of 45,000 how good the Roleystone boys are at playing Australian Rules. Running onto the ground, the boys faces lit up to see so many people watching, but once the umpire started the game, it didn’t take them long to show the skills they have been practicing all year. There were marks that rivalled those of Naitanui, and goals that drew as much applause from the crowd as LeCras’ did. There was even a chance to high five Rick “The Rock” Eagle during the game. At the end of the game, the boys had their photos taken on the oval and headed back down to the changerooms before returning back to their seats to talk about the highlights with their parents. To be able to play in front of such a large crowd at the home of Western Australian football is truly a special experience. I am sure that the boys and their parents will forever cherish the opportunity given to them, and I am proud to say that they were great ambassadors of the Roleystone Junior Football Club and the Roleystone MAJOR SPONSOR community. Ray McManus – Auskick Co-ordinator, Roleystone Junior Football Club. Photographs courtesy of Rakia Stokell.

Roleystone netball player Caitlin Williams is proof that our local clubs are producing enormously talented athletes. Caitlin, 14, will represent Proudly sponsored by Western Australia in the For All Aspects Of Plumbing and Gas National Junior Indoor Netball  Contact Andy Championships in Brisbane, from 30 November to 10 Mobile: 0419 986 923 Office: 9293 7524 December. Email: A Roleystone Netball Club member since she was sevenyears-old and a two-time Club Under New Management: Proprietors Daniel & Jane Champion, Caitlin could quite accurately be described as ‘netball mad’. SHOP 4, 21 JARRAH ROAD She represents Roleystone, the ROLEYSTONE SHOPPING CENTRE, ROLEYSTONE Kalamunda District and is a Open: Monday – Friday 8am – 3pm member of the u-16 Darling Saturday 8am – 2pm regional squad, meaning BREAKFAST • DINE-IN • TAKEAWAY MENU Consistently selling more than twice theRange amount of she trains and plays netball Daily Blackboard Specials local property than any other agent. almost every day of the week. Her selection in the WA • Coffee • Tea • Cold Drinks indoor team is outstanding and Roleystone Netball Club congratulates her on this significant achievement. Caitlin is believed to be the first Roleystone netballer to represent the state in the club’s 35-year history. However, the cost of travelling to Queensland and participating in the championships is not a cheap exercise – the cost is estimated at $2500 per athlete. So Caitlin, a year 9 student Netball wind-up at Lumen Christi college, Roleystone Netball Club’s annual is seeking the assistance of presentation and end-of-season local businesses to help with When it comes to selling your home…. function is being held on Sunday 23 a contribution or sponsorship therestarting is onlyatone September, 4pm,choice. at the towards her expenses. Roleystone Country Club. Roleystone Real Estate, the Trophies and team photographs fantastic major sponsor of will be presented and there will be Roleystone Netball, is kindly a free sausage sizzle and drink for making a donation – thank you    all players. Can each team please     very much to Sam Saffioti for bring several plates of finger food to   his generosity. share, such as sandwiches, dip and Community-minded Roleystone crackers, cakes, slices, mini quiches businesses are urged to etc (no lollies or potato chips.) support our local netball star All 2012 players and their families by contacting Caitlin and her are asked to attend the presentation. mother Julia at j.williams33@ Contact Heather Quinlan or 0435 552 200. 0419 204 870 for information.

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Acupuncture involves the balancing of energy which moves along pathways or channels within the body. These pathways are connected to internal organs as well as muscles and bones, in a similar way to our blood circulation network. The energy is accessible at certain points on the body’s surface. These acupoints can be influenced using traditional fine needles, lasers, photonic torches, fluid, pressure or heat. A combination of these can be used to tailor a treatment for animals. As a mobile veterinarian, it is very convenient to be able to offer acupuncture and red light therapy to clients for their small animal friends at home, as well as horses. Pictured: Julie Malajcusak with her dogs Bear and Layla at home during a treatment session using photonic therapy on acupuncture points.

Unplugged Acoustic Folk, Roots & Blues The Unplugged Acoustic Folk, Roots & Blues went ahead at the Roleystone Country Club on Sunday the 9th of September, in spite of the Eagles playing finals football. As always, the dedicated musicians showed their enthusiasm for the performances. After the last session, disappointment had been expressed that there was no one of the fairer sex joining in, but Sunday saw our first lady, Gwen Young, give a superb rendition of “There Ain’t No Sweet Man Worth the Salt In My Tears”, originally sung by Martha Wainwright and covered by many artist since then. Due to the Roleystone Country Club having other commitments, the next meeting will be at the end of October on the 28th. For any information, you can give Mel a call on 9399 8493 or 0406 190 822, or send an email to mgyoung@

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Following my article in the last Valley Reporter, a lot of people have expressed their surprise that acupuncture is used in animals, and have asked for more information. There is a long history of the use of acupuncture as a method of treating imbalances in the body which can lead to both acute and chronic disease. My research indicates that the earliest references to acupuncture in animals extends back to the ancient Chinese, who wrote about these treatments around 500 AD. Due to their close observation of animals and their environment, the Chinese were tuned into their animals’ habits, body language and physical body surface, and became aware of slight changes in these aspects. Many animal treatments were formulated during this period, but only became available in Europe in the late 1600’s, and finally spread to America and Australia in the late 1970’s.

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Rachel Kierath is a local Roleystone resident who is currently fighting a battle against an aggressive breast cancer whilst pregnant. She was diagnosed and underwent surgery in January of this year, but discovered a re-occurrence of her cancer in June. She once again underwent surgery, and made the difficult decision to go ahead with her pregnancy, and fight for both her own life and her baby’s. She is undergoing an expensive regime of natural therapies, until the baby can be safely induced in October, at which time she will begin her costly post-baby cancer therapy. As a consequence, she is in the process of readying her house for sale in order to cover these costs. A New Beginning has been formed and we have been fundraising locally in Roleystone to assist Rachel with

her fight and to help with the ongoing costs of her treatment. We are holding a Quiz Night at the Roleystone Country Club at 7pm on the 28th of September. Attendance costs $10 per person, and tables of 8 are available. Meals will be available from 6pm until 7pm if anyone wishes to have a meal beforehand, otherwise bring nibbles for your table. Drinks will be available from the bar, so don’t worry about BYO. There will be an auction, raffles and a door prize as well. Bookings and prepayment are required, and can be made by contacting Jacqui Williams on 0439 923 935 or at bjwilliams0@ Michael Jankowski can also be reached on 0412 483 220 or at

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Young writers from Y5-10 in many schools across the City of Armadale received wonderful accolades for their entries into this year’s Armadale Young Writers Award. “The City of Armadale has been committed to promoting writing and creative expression amongst young people in our local community for a long time now. This award is a perfect way to recognise their talent and congratulate them for their hard work,” said Armadale Mayor Henry Zelones. This year’s award received an impressive 108 entries in total, displaying the high standard of literary skills in the community’s youth. Rotary Mill Point and Belmont kindly funded free writing workshops presented by Doris Stutley for prospective entrants at local schools in the City of Armadale. This year’s winners were: Y5-6 1st: Finn Swenson - “Potato Wars” 2nd: Sarah Tuffin - “A Rainforest Adventure” 3rd: Chloe Vann - “It Is A Storm To End All Storms” Y7-8 1st: Tea-Lee Clamp - “Does Royalty Really Rule” 2nd: Ethan Tang-Tran - “Towering Above” 3rd: Ethan Tang-Tran - “Turning Words Into Reality” Y9-10 1st: Anson Dykstra - “The Shadows”

2nd: Deena Coulthard - “Burning Smoke” 3rd: Rhiannon Jackson - “Moonlight Dancers” Living in Armadale Category 1st: Nicole Geurts - “My Memories” Prizes included cash and book vouchers up to the value of $200, and winners also received a trophy and certificate. The winning stories have been compiled in an anthology which will be on display and for loan in City of Armadale libraries. Local Roleystone student Finn Swenson came first in the Y5-6 category and his story was then chosen as the overall winning entry of the whole competition granting him the Lorraine Adams Award. A Perpetual Trophy was then awarded to the Roleystone Community College as the school of the winning student, and is to be held at the school for the next twelve months.

IGA Perth Royal Show 29 SepT – 6 Oct The IGA Perth Royal Show is Perth’s biggest community event attracting 400,000 visitors from the city and the country every year. With a rich history spanning 170 years, the Show is an iconic social and cultural event which showcases WA agriculture, small business and entertainment. Thanks to the State Government’s support of Australian Year of the Farmer, all children aged 12 years and under will enjoy free entry to the 2012 IGA Perth Royal Show when accompanied by an adult. IGA Pre-Sales - Friday 31 August to Friday 28 September Some stores may have tickets left after Friday 28 September, and if so, will continue to sell until Saturday 6 October or until sold out. CHILDREN 12 and under FREE. All children 12 Specialty and under must be cakes and accompanied by lolly buffets an adult. No ticket for all required. occasions ADULT: $23.00 CHILD: $11.50 FAMILY: $57.50 PENSIONER: $11.50 SENIOR: $16.00

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Araluen Botanic Park, Roleystone “Heaven in the Hills.. An extraordinary garden in a breathtaking beautiful setting” “The bygone skill and art of Violinmaking is definitely not dead,” according to Araluen Botanic Park Foundation General Manager, Rod Ross. “It’s just established itself at Araluen Botanic Park,” he adds. From the 27 August, the quaint jarrah timber ‘Aspro Cottage’ at Araluen Botanic Park has been transformed into a violin-making studio/workshop that is accessible to the public. “This new drawcard is a totally different but very complementary and welcome addition to the park,” says Ross. The facility is operated by Joel Sheard, a local violinmaker who teaches others to play the violin and has recently commenced his Roleystone School of Violin Making, where the art of violin making can be learned through the process of constructing one’s own instrument. Joel is currently involved in the development of a new tool for violinmakers called a magnetic caliper. The range of activities that will be accommodated at the Aspro Cottage violin studio are as follows: • Making of stringed instruments; • Demonstration and discussion of violin making with interested park visitors; Just some of the lovely tulips that were recently on display at Araluen

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• Instruction in the art of making stringed instruments; • Instruction in violin playing; • Rehearsals of small numbers of musicians; • Sales of stringed instruments and related items; • Other relevant and appropriate activities relating to the above. Visitors are encouraged to visit and engage with Joel to learn more about this interesting skill. Interested parties are encouraged to contact Joel direct on 0431 838 046 or contact Araluen Botanic Park. Araluen Botanic Park is open every day from 9am to 6pm. Modest entry fees apply. Like to learn more? Simply phone 9496 1171 or visit the website – www.araluenbotanicpark.


Roleystone Community Church 1912 - 2012 CENTENARY FEAST – 23rd of September

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This year the Roleystone Community Church is celebrating its Centenary! In 1912, a Church Hall was built, in which the first meetings of the Roleystone Congregational Church took place. What could be a better way to mark the hundredth year than with a feast! Everybody in the community is invited to join us on Sunday the 23rd of September to celebrate this important occasion. Be our guest and come along for a spit roast lunch followed by desserts. Tea and coffee will be served in the original hundred year

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Armadale Youth Resources have received $4,640 from the Department of Communities to run a song writing and music workshop for young women that explore the themes of domestic violence, cyber bullying and saying no to living in a violent society. Called the Songbirds project, CEO Debra Zanella said “Through music we hope to empower young women to speak out against violence and bullying in all its forms and for them to become the agents of change in their communities.” Young women between the ages of 16-25 are encouraged to register their interest by ringing 9497 1722 or email: denise@ Musical ability isn’t necessary as music, song writing and production skills will be shared.


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In recognition of Year of the Farmer the Barnett Government is paying the entry fee for children to Kelmscott Agricultural Show

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Tony Simpson MLA, the Member for Darling Range is encouraging local families to attend the Kelmscott Show this year, this show is the second longest running only being only beaten by the Perth Royal Show. “The 2012 Kelmscott Agricultural Show will provide even better value for local families with the State Government funding for free entry for younger children” Mr Simpson said. “The Barnett Government had committed up to $2 million to provide free show entry for children 12 years and under, when accompanied by an adult. However as the Kelmscott Show categorises children as 14 and under we have extended the age for this Show to children under 15” he said. It is part of a program that gives affiliated regional and metropolitan shows the opportunity to access funding to ensure all children get free entry to their local agricultural shows. “The Perth Royal Show, along with

more than 60 agricultural shows across the regions, is an important part of the fabric of WA,” Mr Barnett said. “This is the second consecutive year the State Government has provided free entry to children 12 years and under at the IGA Perth Royal Show; it’s a real contribution towards helping support WA families.” The gesture, which was to help promote the Year of the Farmer, would help build city-country relations and encourage attendance at agricultural shows across the State. “The Kelmscott Show plays a vital role in highlighting the value of the local agriculture sector, and gives children a valuable insight into where their food comes from,” Mr Simpson said. “It is a great opportunity for young people to learn more about the fresh, quality food produced in this State and the great career opportunities in this sector in the city and the country.”

NEXT FIELD DAY SEPTEMBER 23rd Is to be a Dieback treatment day to be held at Lina Hart Memorial Park, Westborne Road, Roleystone. Treatment will commence at 9.00am and will finish at 12.00pm. Participants will be able to borrow the equipment to treat their own trees against die back. New volunteers will be welcome. If you require any further information please visit our website This and other information is also shown on the notice board at the Roleystone Shopping Centre. Morning Tea will as usual be provided. Hope to see you there. Horst Seecamp

Centrelink under-resourcing leads to long delays at Centrelink offices in his electorate were extremely helpful; however, the offices are significantly understaffed and underresourced and simply cannot deal with the huge increase in demand for services. He said he was disappointed at the poor response from Senator the Hon Kim Carr, Minister for Human Services, after he wrote to the Minister raising the issue in June. “The response was standard in every sense of the word; the Minister ironically apologises for his own delay in responding to my letter and even managed to cutand-paste repeat paragraphs of text,” Mr Randall said. Because the Minister failed to effectively acknowledge the problem, Mr Randall has now written to Centrelink’s General Manager bringing to light that the Government has not offered a viable and effective solution to the problem, and seeking assistance in getting the situation improved. “My constituents are trying to assist Centrelink by reporting their incomes or overseas travel but are continually being punished and are at risk of having their payments cancelled unless the issue is addressed urgently,” he said.

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The Perth Staffordshire Bull Terrier Association shall be holding our inaugural “Hero Hound Hall of Fame” Family Fun Day on Sunday the 23rd of September at Rushton Park on Orlando Street, in Kelmscott, from 11:00am to 2:00pm. This event is being held to honour “Digger”, a local 6 year old Australian Kelpie Cross who protected his mistress from an attempted home invasion and was stabbed whilst chasing away the offenders. The PSBTA will be presenting Digger with a Bravery Award and Life Membership of the Club for his valiant efforts. The event will have a number of activities including dog agility, best trick and fancy dress competitions, a display of unique cars, raffles, giveaways, and a sausage sizzle. Some other attractions will include photo and autograph opportunities with our celebrity guests, Kima from the Big Couch on 94.5FM, and rugby player Matt Hodgson. Who knows, you might be chosen to be on a celebrity’s team for the races! There will also be a singer and display of unique cars. As this is a family fun day (as well as a fundraiser), the amusement rides and most events will only cost $2, with the sausage sizzle and drink costing $3 – a bargain by anyone’s standards. Digger’s vet bills were quite substantial, and a heavy burden to Maree Cowley, his unemployed mum. We hope to donate a substantial sum towards this bill from funds raised, and would very much appreciate any assistance you can offer in promoting the event. All dogs (except banned breeds) are welcome, but must be kept on a leash. There will be prizes galore to ensure all participants have a great time. Should you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact our President, Debbie Inglis on 0419 865 962. Alternatively, information about the Club can be found at www.perthstaffords. com, or on our very active Facebook page. Best Regards, Mary Grigg.

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Local constituents fed up with waiting times on Centrelink’s telephone service saw Canning MHR Don Randall take their grievances to the Australian Parliament. Mr Randall aired their concerns during a speech in the House of Representatives yesterday. “I am being continually contacted by constituents telling me how frustrated they are with having to wait an excessive amount of time on the telephone to report information to Centrelink,” Mr Randall said. “Some people who have not been able to get through to Centrelink on the phone have reported being kept on hold from anywhere between 30 minutes, to up four hours. “This issue is affecting a huge proportion of my electorate, particularly elderly residents receiving the age pension and others receiving disability support pensions. “Reporting this information is a legislative requirement. People need to update Centrelink on changes to their income, or to inform them of overseas travel, or they face getting their payments cancelled – but they can’t get through.” Mr Randall said he didn’t seek to criticise the work of Centrelink staff, saying the staff

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On the 27th and 28th of October, Amanda’s Memorial Garden will be open from 10:00am to 4:00pm each day, as part of the annual fete. Set amongst a tranquil natural setting of paper barks, the garden features a mass display of Amanda Roses, which light up like neon lights on an overcast day. In addition, there will be a wonderful collection of David Austen’s, tea roses, climbers adorning the numerous arches, and traditional scented roses to provide a colourful vision. Water features with a Monet bridge and fountains, Louisiana irises and a very large variety of plants, trees and shrubs will make your visit a truly pleasant experience. Other attractions will include an art display by local artists, plant and honey sales, a paddy’s market and entertaining music. Devonshire teas and a sausage sizzle will also be available. The Amanda Young Foundation was inaugurated in 1998, following 18 year old Amanda’s sudden death from meningococcal septicaemia. All proceeds from the day will go towards Meningococcal Awareness. Amanda’s Memorial Garden is located at the junction of Margaret St and Matison St in Southern River. Full details are available at the website If you have any enquiries, please call 9398 7275.

Community Noticeboard Brook Valley. Entrance gate closes at 6.45pm. Bookings are essential, call 9397 3111. Mary Carroll Park Friday 23 November 7-9.30pm Join local naturalist Marc Lane for sights and sounds of a wetland at night. Watch birds go to bed, catch a glimpse of a black cockatoo then look out for the diamond eyes of spiders, listen for a frog chorus and bats on high. Bookings are essential, call 9397 3111. Karragullen Expo Saturday 13 October Gates open 9am. Go for 2 & 5 Marquee open from 10am. Please note dogs are not permitted on the showgrounds. Location: Karragullen Oval, Old Station Rd Karragullen. Admission: Adults $10, Pensioners & Children over 12yrs $5. Under 12yrs free. Go to www. Don Russell Performing Arts Centre Diving for Pearls - Thursday 18 October This social drama from an award winning Australian playwright is convincing and clever, as it explores the heroic struggle for a meaningful life, amidst the turmoil of change. Visit our website – au, the Centre is situated on Murdoch Rd, Thornlie, next to Forest Lakes SC, office hours 9am-5pm, Mon-Fri Ph: 9493 4577. 2012 Rotary Ramble 60 Checkpoints hidden in the City of Perth Sunday, October 21 - Get ready to blitz Perth’s very own treasure hunt crossed with the ‘Amazing Race,’ the 2012 Rotary Ramble - the greatest fund-raising adventure to hit Perth! You’ll be dashing between 60 checkpoints hidden in the City of Perth armed only with a map, a clue sheet and a mobile phone. Your team of 2-6 people will tackle challenges, riddles and puzzles at some of Perth’s quirkiest hidden locations as well as its best known landmarks. With only 4hrs on the clock, you’ll have to be quick to rack up your points! There’s thousands of dollars worth of prizes up for grabs, so get a team together, win some cool stuff and help raise much needed funds for Telethon & Australian Rotary Health. Enter your team or volunteer now at

Armadale Youth Resources in partnership with Millennium Kids and Aboriginal Men’s Health are looking for young Aboriginal boys between 12 and 16 who live in the City of Armadale to take part in the first ever “Deadly Kart Koort Wiern” Head, Heart and Spirit, camp over the October school holidays. This free camp will follow the story of Noongar Warrior Yagan and participants will take part in a range of activities such as leadership training, snake handling, photography, health workshops, rehabilitation work with native animals and vegetation. AYR CEO Debra Zanella said “By bringing local elders, their stories and young people together over the three day camp, we are looking forward to seeing our young indigenous boys emerge with skills that will see them become leaders in their community.” “The camp is free however participants will be expected to continue participate in further supported leadership opportunities.” Places are limited, for more information, please call Armadale Youth Resources on 9497 1722 or email: info@

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Let’s turn up the heat on prostate cancer Host a barbie this September & raise money to help fight prostate cancer. Register at: Peter and the Wolf Sunday 23rd September 2012 Two shows 10:30-1:30pm at the Kalamunda Performing Arts Centre - 48 Canning Rd, Kalamunda. Adults $25 & children under 12 $20. Email to book tickets. This will be awesome, Jazz, tap, ballet and lyrical worth a look. Business Armadale presents WOMEN IN BUSINESS LUNCHEON Recycling just has a whole new meaning! Tierra Ecologia or Haute Couture With A Difference by Charlene O’Brien. Being responsible for Sharon Stone’s wardrobe, importing 20ft containers of used clothing from Australia to Botswana and working as a tourist guide on safari trips in Victoria Falls is hardly the typical background to launching your own fashion label, but for Zimbabwean-born designer Charlene O’Brien, her unconventional work history has paved the way for her environmentally aware labels “eco logika australia” and “eco denim”. Charlene said Tierra Ecologia Designs are unique because the cloth is individually hand dyed, as well as being hand crafted, meaning that each piece is truly individual. When: Wednesday, 26th September Where: The Manse Restaurant, Church Ave, Armadale. Time: 12-2.00pm Cost: Member/ Guest $40pp, Non Member $55pp RSVP: City of Gosnells Eco Walks & Talks Experience Nature at its best with our guided walks. Provided by the Friends of Ellis Brook Valley, Friends of Mary Carroll Park & Friends of Brixton St Wetlands. NIGHT STALKS Ellis Brook Valley Friday 5 October, 6.45-9.30pm Bring your torch and spotlights for a guided night ramble to discover the local nocturnal animals. Contribute to a national fauna survey. Information gathered will be recorded on a national register by Perth Zoo. Parking at Honeyeater Hollow, Rushton Road Ellis

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We are now taking bookings for the Halcyon Stables Spring Holiday Camp, which will run from Monday the 1st of October to Friday the 12th of October. This camp caters to children aged 6 to 16 years of age, from beginners through to advanced riders. The five day residential camp costs $600 per child, with all meals and drinks being provided. If you’re not a fan of sleep-overs, but still want to do the five day camp, students can arrive at 9am and return home each evening for only $400 per child. Single day attendance costs $100 per child per day. Students are welcome to bring their own ponies, or ride one of mine. Bookings for the whole 5 days will remain open until Sunday the 23rd of September. Expressions of interest in single day attendance are welcome. Halcyon Stables are located at 56 Illawarra Road, Karragullen. For further enquiries, or to make a booking, call Jessie Barbour on 0419 149 877 or email her at:

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The Leukaemia Foundation is calling on the Perth community to shine lanterns of hope at Light the Night in Perth on 26 September Light the Night is the Leukaemia Foundation’s inspiring twilight walk to help cure blood cancer by raising funds for leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma research. In its fourth year, Perth’s event promises to be brighter than ever. “Light the Night is an uplifting, visually stunning event and more than 30,000 people are expected to take part across Australia this year,” said Carolyn Turner, General Manager of the Leukaemia Foundation in WA. Light the Night will be held at the Perth Cultural Centre on Wednesday 26 September, with thousands of families, friends and work colleagues gathering at twilight to shine beautiful lanterns of hope. Everyone who raises or donates $20 will receive a lantern to shine when they attend. • Gold, to remember a loved one • White, to reflect on their life with blood cancer • Blue, to support others There will be entertainment for all ages and as night falls moving stories will be shared as the special moment arrives – a gentle scenic walk to Light the Night. “We are asking the Perth community to sign up to attend one of many twilight events across the state, including the flagship event in Perth. People also have the option of hosting an event of their own,” said Carolyn. The Leukaemia Foundation aims to raise $2 million from Light the Night events across Australia this year. The money raised will fund research into finding better treatments and cures for leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma and related blood disorders through the Foundation’s National Research Program. “Each week, 23 West Australians are expected to be diagnosed with leukaemia, lymphoma or myeloma. Sadly, blood cancer is Australia’s second biggest cause of cancer death, claiming a life every 2 hours. Clearly, the ongoing need for research is great,” she said. The Leukaemia Foundation receives no ongoing government funding and relies on support from the community and corporate sector to fund its Vision to Cure. To sign up for Light the Night Perth, or find out more about hosting your own event, visit www.lightthenight. or call 1800 500 088 today.

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An exhibition celebrating “Nature” by local Perth hills artists has been an immense success. The dynamic exhibition, inspired by the four elements of nature, was on display at the Art Gallery in the new Cultural Centre in Kalamunda from the 12th to the 31st of August 2012. The works of established local artists Maureen den Haan and Susan Angwin were featured in the “Earth, Water, Air and Fire” Exhibition, a stunning collection of fine art paintings and ceramics. Artist Susan Angwin said, “The exhibition was inspired


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Sabrina Hahn will be talking about gardening, and signing copies of her new book “Sabrina’s Juicy Little Book of Citrus” at Genesis in the Hills – Vegetarian Restaurant & Cafe, 124 Croyden Road, Roleystone 4:00pm, Saturday 20th of October 2012. RSVP by Wednesday 17th of October, Phone: 9397 7799 or email: ABOUT THE BOOK Popular columnist, ABC broadcaster Call your local representative; Nigel Bray - and landscape gardener Sabrina Hahn says that no plants generate more questions than those of the citrus variety. This pocket-sized gardening book is packed with juicy tips on how to grow happy and healthy citrus plants in your garden. You’ll love this quick, practical and environmentallyfriendly guide to common Vegetarian problems, whether it’s for restaurant and Café lemons, limes, grapefruits, kumquats, oranges and Breakfast, Lunch, Quality Food, Cakes, Coffees & Teas more. Creativity in FOOD, MUSIC, ART, LITERATURE, ABOUT THE AUTHOR BEAUTIFUL SETTIng & Community Shop Sabrina began her journey to landscaping at the age of 4. She stripped Community Meeting Place, Live Jazz, Art Exhibitions, Writers & Books flowers and foliage from her grandmother’s garden and created fabulous gardener – Sabrina Hahn & genesis miniature gardens in all of her nan’s baking trays. By the age of 22, she Saturday October 20, 4pm (Free-Booking Essential) found cake tins too limiting and studied horticulture more formally at Auss Deaf Sign Language – One hour, Once weekly, starting Bentley TAFE. Sabrina’s radio career began in Kalgoorlie in 1985, and she on Thursday 11.10.12 @ 5pm (Free-Booking Essential) has worked in ABC gardening radio ever since. Sabrina’s work in remote Open: Thurs 10.30-5pm Aboriginal communities in WA’s Kimberley region has been a huge success, 124 CrOyden rd rOleysTOne fri,saT,sun 8.30-5pm and helps ensure that the knowledge of bush tucker plants is passed on from one generation to the next.

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Spring Art Exhibition: Featuring the latest paintings by Carl Haanappel and Sunday the 9th of September was the opening of the Spring Art Exhibition, a stunning collection of new paintings for sale by established artists Carl Haanappel and Sandy Tippett, as well as the emerging artist Ric Staker. Self taught professional artist Carl Haanappel has been painting for 30 years, using a wide variety of creative mediums, including charcoal. He works primarily in watercolour and oil, capturing beautiful scenes from the many places his extensive travels throughout

Europe have taken him to. From memory, he Studio Gallery is located at the corner of fills his canvases with landscapes and profiles Brookton Highway and Soldiers Road, of places and people he has encountered, such Roleystone. The Gallery is open from 10:00am as acrylic paintings of streets, cathedrals and to 4:00pm, Wednesday to Sunday. Carl can be local people from Lyon, France, where he reached on 0447 441 701, through his email stayed for half a year. Carl’s works have been, or you can go to his presented in many collections both nationally website Sandy and internationally, including in galleries can be reached on 0403 265 739, through her around Perth and Yallingup. email or you can go Born in East Africa, Sandy Tippett has always to her website had an affinity with the red dirt of the North-West and the pristine beaches of the Indian Ocean that she grew up with. Using a variety of abstract methods and materials including acrylics Organic/Biodynamic Fruit & Veg Boxes and oils, Sandy completely captures the emotion and compiled weekly to your requirements, delivery to imagery of this great landscape Armadale, Kelmscott, Gosnells & surrounding suburbs with its atmospheric, moody GO ORGANIC YOUR HEALTH IS WORTH IT! skies. Drawing inspiration from sketches, photos and memories from the many camping trips she has taken through the North-West, Sandy paints in a loose, intuitive manner. With a background in Graphic Design and painting spanning 15 years, she has devoted the past 6 years to exhibiting her art in Perth, Yallingup and Broome. Her work is held in private collections both your local organic store & cafe nationally and internationally, biodynamic, natural, raw, vegan, gluten free products and represented in galleries in brackenridge village, shop 4/1 soldiers rd, roleystone Yallingup and New York. t: 9397 7899•m: 0433 521 342•e: Ric Staker is an new promising artist who exhibits regularly in group exhibitions around Perth. Ric captures the local landscape and bush scenes in watercolour, and has also done work reflecting scenes from a recent trip to the UK. The Spring Exhibition will be on show from Sunday the 9th of September until Sunday the 30th of September. Carl Haanappel’s

The Kalamunda Bridge Club are commencing Bridge lessons in October 2012 on Monday evenings at 7pm. This is an opportunity to learn to play bridge in a friendly environment and make new friendships. For further information please contact President Garth Scotford on 9296 1497 or email:

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1615 Canning Road Karragullen CHILDRENS DRAWING/COLOURING COMPETITION – THEME: What you will be doing on Christmas Day. Size: A4 sheet of paper write your name, telephone number and age on the back of the picture. Bring to the CRAFT STALL by 12 noon. Winners announced at 1pm. COME AND BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS: Crafts, Cakes, Produce, Karmalicious fancy cakes. Painted porcelain, Soaps, Candles, Pets goody bags, Books Tombola, Straws, Plants & flowers, Asian cooking, Embroidered items & many more. Refreshments & enjoy the music of CLASSIC SOUNDS. The VALLEY Reporter proudly supports st christophEr’s church

Former Roleystone Theatre performer gets into the 1930‘s swing Therese Cruise, a former performer for the Roleystone Theatre, wants to take you back in time this October to help solve a murder mystery. In conjunction with the Maylands Peninsula Sports and Recreation Club, she is appearing in “Who Killed Candy Sweetness?” for the Rag and Bone Theatre Company. It’s a chance to enjoy a three course dinner and a 1930’s-style show which will include the audience in the investigation. Written by Perth local Bree Vreedenburgh, and directed by the award-winning Jane Sherwood, “Who Killed Candy Sweetness?” also features The Hullabaloo Hoppers, the Perth Swing Dance Society’s popular performance troupe. After 1930’s radio ballroom singer Candy Sweetness is killed, Detective Robert Soxx is on the case to find her murderer. His prime suspects include charismatic band leader Smoothy McGroovy, millionaire playboy Lonegan Megabucks and Bess, Tess and Jess from the musical trio, The Schless Sisters. The waiters, maître D’, chef and even members of the audience may come under suspicion. Therese Cruise plays Jess, the youngest of the The Schless Sisters. “She’s part of an Andrew Sisters-like act and they sing for Smoothy McGroovy’s radio show,” she said. “Jess fancies she has a better voice than her sisters, and she hopes to one day become a solo artist like Ella Fitzgerald or Billie Holiday. Learning to harmonise with my stage sisters and finding how we work best together in our trio was a challenge but it was fun working it all out.” Over the past five years, Cruise has performed with Snapshot Youth Theatre Company in “Children of the Black Skirt”, Kelete Theatre’s take on the musical “A Slice of Saturday Night” and the Graduate Dramatic Society’s production of the Shakespearean comedy “Love’s Labour’s Lost”. She was named runner-up Best Actress for her role in “Children of the Black Skirt” and recently played Beatrice in “Much Ado About Nothing” at Roleystone Theatre. Cruise commented that it was the 1930‘s setting of “Who Killed Candy Sweetness?” that appealed to her the most. “I’m a little obsessed with eras such as the 20’s and 30’s, all the way through to the 50’s, because of the classic femininity and gorgeous outfits,” she said. “Getting to sing radio jingles and classic 30’s big band pieces were also an attraction.” Vreedenburgh, who is also the show’s musical director and stage manager, said she wrote “Who Killed Candy Sweetness?” because she always wanted to go to dinner and a show. “I’ve always been disappointed that I was born in the wrong era and couldn’t go to that classic periodical event, so my first inspiration was to give audiences the opportunity,” she said. An acting stint in Dimboola in 2010, in which she saw audience members being treated like guests at a country wedding, also whetted Vreedenburgh’s appetite for dinner theatre. “Searching around for something to base a show on, I read about a 1930’s dance hall in California called the Palomar Ballroom, where it’s said swing was launched by Benny Goodman,” she said. “It had nightly radio broadcasts, which drew the crowds, and the dance floor could hold 4,000 couples. Putting those things together, I came up with the idea of a 1930’s radio ballroom murder-mystery. The play is very tongue-in-cheek and the characters are all caricatures.” “Who Killed Candy Sweetness?” will play at 7:30pm on the 5th, 6th, 10th, 12th, 13th, 18th, 19th and 20th of October at the Peninsula Ballroom in Maylands. Tickets $69, concession tickets $64. Payment also includes the 3-course dinner & complimentary drink on arrival. To book, call 9255 3336 or go to au.The Peninsula Ballroom is at the Maylands Peninsula Sports and Recreation Club, 50 Clarkson Road, Maylands. More information is available at www.ragandbonetheatre.

St Christopher’s Christmas Fair held at the Roleystone Family Centre Wygonda Road Roleystone

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Pictured: Former Roleystone Theatre performer Therese Cruise (right), plays Jess, the youngest of The Schless Sisters, along with Tess (Allira Humberstone) and Bess (Rebecca Lennox).

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Batter Up The Roleystone Tee-ball and Baseball Club will kick off their season mid-October, with the Little League hosting the first home game of the season on Wednesday the 10th of October at Springdale Park. The tee-ball season starts on Saturday the 13th of October. The annual “Meet the Coach” Day was held on Saturday the 15th of September, giving players the opportunity to meet their teams and coaches, and to confirm training times. In 2012/13 the club has been fortunate to have secured ongoing sponsorship from a number of local businesses, sponsoring which is used to purchase uniforms. Roleystone Tee-ball and Baseball Club would like to acknowledge WJ & KS Automotives, Roleystone Community Chemist, Roleystone Supa IGA, Creative Driveways & Fencing, and our major sponsor Roleystone Real Estate. We rely heavily on sponsorship from local companies and we encourage members to return the support. This year the Club has also been the recipient of a $1000 grant from Telstra’s Kids Fund. The fund

supports a project or activity run by non-profit organisations involving a child (or children) of a permanent Telstra employee. The grant was submitted by David Reilly, who has one son Ryan playing in the U13 Tee-ball team, another son Dean as a volunteer Umpire, and wife Lana, who Coaches and is an active Committee Member. The grant will be used to purchase new tee-ball pants. A big thank you to the Reilly family for their ongoing commitment to our Club. We still have some vacancies, in particular for the U8’s competition (PP to Yr 1), whose games are played at Springdale Park each Saturday morning, and the U13’s team, who play down at AK’s on a Saturday morning as well. Anyone interested in registering should contact Tanya Taylor on 0409 112 373 or email: We look forward to seeing all players and parents out on the field. Remember the Four F’s; Fun, Fair play, Family involvement and Fundamentals!

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Roleystone Autumn Festival 2013 The Roleystone Autumn Festival organisation is underway, the date has been set for Saturday 13th April 2013 10am-3pm. The event meetings in the lead up will be at 7:30pm on the last Friday of each month, at the Roleystone Country Club. For more information about the Roleystone Autumn Festival or contact Fraser Williams, We invite you to come along and be a part of a first-class event that raises over $10,000 for the Roleystone Community College. This community event is proudly supported by

Performing Arts Festival. The month began with 4 senior students representing the school at the opening Mass at St Mary’s Cathedral in Perth. Head Girl and Head Boy, Keely and Jason, proudly held the school flag as they processed into the cathedral with other student representatives from Catholic schools in and around Perth. The performances began with an interesting percussion ensemble performance by the Y6 class, who all played on plastic garden buckets and beetroot cans with chopsticks. The school’s 4 choirs featured all the students in Y3-6, who received high praise from the adjudicator for their fine performances. In addition to class choirs, the school is very proud of the fine performances by the Y5 & 6 Boys Choir and Girls Choir. A number of students performed as instrumental soloists at the Festival on a variety of instruments, including trumpet, saxophone, piano, clarinet and flute. The students in Y1 were very excited to be performing at the Festival for the first time, and delighted the audience with their animal costumes and rendition

of “The Very Cranky Bear”. The Y2 class shared a beautiful story called “The Lion Who Wanted To Love”, and were rewarded with a perfect report by the adjudicator. The Y4 class presented a wonderful play which had the audience laughing at their humorous exploration of fairy tales. The busy month finished on a fabulous high note with the news that the school band had won the Parents and Friend

Performing Arts Festival

The arts have been well and truly alive during the month of August for the students at Good Shepherd Catholic PS. Every student in the school from Y1-6 performed a wide variety of items during the month at the Catholic Schools

Federation Shield for being the most outstanding primary school band to perform at the Festival! The schools music teacher, Mrs Diana Newman was delighted with the tremendous efforts of the students, as well as the encouragement of the wonderful parents who were such enthusiastic audience participators during the busy month.

Athletics Carnival

On the 30th and 31st of August, all factions from Good Shepherd Catholic PS participated in their sports carnival. My favourite event was Turbo Javelin, which was closely contested between Matthew Knight and myself. In the end, it was so close that the tape measure was used to find that I won by only 80cms. There was also a ball event between the teachers, students, and parent leaders, with the teachers as the eventual winners! In the end the standings were clear, with Canning 4th, Xavier 3rd, Ward 2nd, and Forrest winning the shield with 1st place. Our sports teacher Miss Shaw is now preparing us for the Interschool Sports Carnival, so if you are up against us, watch out! Aaron Joachim, Faction Captain of Xavier.

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Science Week Extravaganza

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Science is more than good at Good Shepherd Catholic PS, it’s great! The subject is in its second year of being offered as a specialist class, and students continue to go from strength to strength in the area. Last week, the students were treated to a full week of celebrating science. The week kicked off with a visit from environmental scientist and Water Corporation Catchment Officer, Claire Robertson, who provided the upper primary students with a deeper insight to her field. The students were given the hands-on task of creating the best dam catchment and manufactured some brilliant designs. The lower primary students enjoyed a practical workshop examining earthworms, making their own worms out of polymer, and exploring chemical changes with a powder that instantly erupts into amazing artificial snow. The whole school had an open aquarium touch-pool experience, in which they examined clown fish, sea horses, star fish and anemones. The rest of the week saw more exciting

activities such as an incursion on water supply and conservation from the Water Corporation, a bridge building competition, constructing weather station instruments and an upper primary workshop from Einstein’s Top Secret Science. The junior primary students even turned an unused patch of school ground into a miniature bird sanctuary. Another highlight for students was a visit from secondary science teachers and some students from Lumen Christi College, who treated the primary pupils to a science roadshow. The students of Y6 lead lunch-time challenges including a paper plane competition, investigation station challenges, a science treasure hunt, a bubble blowing competition, as well a work display of the fantastic year 4 simple machine inventions. The winner of the Y3 gumball machine invention was displayed too! To top off the week, staff and students of Good Shepherd celebrated the different careers available in the field of science, with a whole school dress up day.

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WANTED Keyboard player wanted for local popular music band with female vocalist. Mature age preferred. Call Clive 0417 929 760

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FOR SALE Scooter (Gopher) 6-7 years old, gd cond, acc included, $1200 ono Mob: 0400 238 213 House Cleaning Services Available Honest, reliable, hard-working. References Contact Geraldine 9498 2798, 0425 047 092 Have you got something to sell,or are you looking for something inparticular? Then let everyone know by putting it in The Valley Reporter public notice Roleystone Auto Centre have drawn the raffle tickets for the August Roley’s on the Ridge giveaway. Congrats to: 3rd prize $20 Fuel Voucher Douwe Hoeksema. 2nd prize $30 Fuel Voucher Terry Carving. 1st prize $150 Voucher Roley’s on the Ridge Terry Farmer. The Promotion will be running from Sept-Oct giving everyone a chance at winning another dinner at Roley’s on the Ridge. Just get your vehicle serviced and you will go into our draw. Phone: 9397 5993

other IMPORTANT NUMBERS: Armadale Police 9399 0222, 13 11 26, Fire & Emergency Services 1300 657 209, SES 132 500, Western Power 131 351, Alinta Gas 13 13 51, Telstra 132 203,

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Roleystone Volunteer Fire Services (Robbie van Uden) 9397 5406, CoA Ranger Services 9399 0111 or 1300 886 885, Smoky Vehicle Reporting 1800 076 659, Synergy (faulty street lights) 1800 622 008, Water Corporation 131 375, FESA Information Line 1300 657 209,

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Mensline 1300 789 978, Family Helpline & Domestic Violence

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ARTIST TUITION Ph: 0447 441 707 Watercolour and Acrylic

Healthdirect Hotline 1800 022 222, Poison Information Centre

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FRENCH TUITION Ph: 0438 634 902 Children and Adults

1800 643 000, Samaritans 9381 5555, Life Line 13 11 14, Relationships Australia 1300 364 277, Quitline 13 78 48, Prostate Cancer Foundation 1800 220 099, Suicide Helpline 1300 362 787, Cancer Helpline 13 11 20, Drug Info 1800 069 700, Gamblers Assist 1800 633 635, Mens Domestic Violence Helpline 1800 000 599, Womens Domestic Violence Helpline 1800 007 339, Kids Helpline 1800 551 800, For Passenger Assistance on Transperth Train Services call 1800 800 022, Illegal Dumping Hotline: 1300 766 541

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joinNOW! now! JOIN

we Sat Weare areopen openTues Wed1.45-2.30pm 11.30-12.15 &&Sat 9.30-10.30am the school term. 9.30-10.30am during school term. ALL ENQUIRIES PLEASE PHONE Any enquiries please call 9496 1115 or HEATHER WHITEHEAD 9496 0119 email

Roleystone Toy Library

Your not-for-profit event or activity can be listed here FREE and is open to local community and sporting groups courtesy of The Valley Reporter

Armadale Visitor Centre 40 Jull St, Armadale

 Ph: 9399 0410

 Araluen Botanic Park 362 Croyden Rd, Roleystone

Ph: 9496 1171 Araluen Golf Resort Country Club Ave, Roleystone Ph: 9397 9000 Brackenridge Village & Roleystone Village Corner of Brookton Hwy & Soldiers Rd Roleystone. Enjoy great food, wine, jewellery, giftware, unique arts & crafts, organic food, beauty and an art gallery Karragullen Expo Saturday 13th October – Book your site online at, email: romaspiccia@ Ph 9293 7132 A/H 0418 939 134 Supporting a Community that supports SmokeFree WA Kelmscott Annual Show 19th & 20th October, Rushton Park, Kelmscott. Phone: 9495 4001 each other – Life line 13 11 14 email: This printing has been proudly supported & reproduced by FN GRAFIX – Pickering Brook Agricultural Show May 2013 Ph: 9293 8263 Email: Roleystone Theatre Inc. 587 Brookton Highway Roleystone. For Bookings Ph: 9397 5730. Valley View Garden Golf Earthbound Organics Brackenridge Village, Shop 4, 1 Soldiers Road Roleystone. Ph: 9397 7899 Kalamunda District Bridge Club holds weekly day & evening sessions for both competitive and social bridge. A beginners’ course commences in October 7pm. Contact Garth Scotford 9296 1497 or email: If I have forgotten to mention you in the What’s On - your Roleystone Karragullen Seniors Club (Inc) local COMMUNITY CALENDAR section please feel free to submit your contact details to Email: thevalleyreporter@ 46 Jarrah Road, Roleystone 

Roleystone Community Alive Group

Phone : 9496 3166 E-mail:

We are an energetic group of “Over 50’s” and some of our regular activities for members are: • Mahjong • Bingo • Book Club • Lunches • Whist • Indoor Bowls • Cards • Members Lending Library THE CLUB IS NOW OPEN MONDAY TO FRIDAY – REFER TO CALENDAR FOR ACTIVITIES

This community group is proudly supported by The Valley Reporter


A SAFE, FUN PLACE FOR CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES. SESSIONS MONDAY TO FRIDAY REGISTRATION ESSENTIAL Registrars’ Ellen Southgate on 6396 2498 contact our new registrar CONTACT OUR NEW REGISTRAR CONTACT OUR NEW REGISTRAR ROBYN DAWSON 9397 7116 & Marie Hoffmann on 0404 996 670 kym graham 9397 9158 CAROLYN BATHGATE 9498 1968


SUNDAY SERVICE 9.30am Youth Group, Sunday School, Craft Group, Bible Study, Prayer Group, Missionary Support

For enquiries phone Gerry 9397 5730

Roleystone Volunteer Fire Brigade Jarrah Rd every Monday 5-8.30pm or phone

Noel 9397 6370 Rob 9397 5406



Next Club Nights Is:

Saturday 20th October 2012 5:30pm Setup

Social TenniS iS7pm-8.30pm played aT The club • Social Tennis Monday nights • Wednesday mornings adulTS; WedneSday morningS from 9am 9am onwards • Friday mornings 9am-11am (run through Family Centre with Creche) • Sunday afternoons 2pm-4pm and Junior TenniS


Bookings and and keys for public court hire are available through Bookings through the the Roleystone Video Network Store, Jarrah Shops - 9496 Roleystone VideoRoad Phone: 9496 16161616. PO Box 172 Kelmscott WA 6991. Email: PO Box 172 Kelmscott WA 6991. E: Wendy Tucker Shearwood(Sec.) (Sec.)9496 9397 5305 Graham Boase(Pres.) (Pres.)9397 94966620, 3220,Graham Tracey Backhouse 0053, Helen Mantle (Treas.) Virginia Bird (Club (Club Capt.) Capt.)9397 93906620 7668 John Meharry (Treas.)9390 9397 2335 6536,&Wendy Tucker

This community group is proudly supported by The Valley Reporter

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