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This month’s issue contains a large amount of stories on our furry fourlegged friends, showing that they are just part of the family! With the July school holidays fast approaching, the City of Armadale will be hosting some fun, free activities for children; don’t miss out, as bookings are essential. A group of Perth Little League players have recently been successful in winning the National Championships, and are now Australia’s first representatives to head off to the World Series held in Williamsport Pennsylvania in the United States this August. It’s a huge accomplishment, and The Valley Reporter wishes them every success. You can read their article on page 5. Are you interested in joining Tony Buti in the Rachael Doherty Foundation Fun Run/Walk to be held on Sunday 30 June? If so, then turn to

page 6 for registration details. Matthew Stapleton is the latest professional golfer to arrive at the Araluen Golf Resort. He aims to develop junior golf at a grassroots level. Find out how on page 13. Just in time for those cold wintery nights, Vanessa Jean is tempting our taste buds once again with a simply delicious Eggplant and Potato Curry recipe. Turn to page 14 to see how you can make it mild or hot to suit your family. Find out what’s hidden away in the gorgeous foothills of Perth by turning to page 18. If you haven’t already enjoyed the scrumptious delights at the new De Blés Patisserie and Café, now is your chance. Read all about the family owned business on page 18. Turn to pages 20 and 21 to read how much two Roleystone Junior Fire Brigade Cadets enjoyed their recent sailing expedition on the Leeuwin

Fiona Newland EDITOR/PUBLISHER II. The Valley Reporter would like to take this opportunity to thank them for their special contribution. Our former Roleystone Theatre performers are continuing to shine. You can show your community support by attending their productions, which will be hitting Perth theatres soon. Read all about their successes on page 25. There are businesses, both new and old, that The Valley Reporter would like to welcome, so please show your support by shopping smart and shopping local at Glass and Glazing, Foundations Pilates, Cornerstone Cabinets, Rivergum Valley Lavender, Excellent Window Cleaning, Roleystone Country Club, The Manse Restaurant, the Dot Marshall & David Box Art Exhibition and Hilltop Carpentry.

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If you’ve always had a pet, it’s difficult to imagine life without one, and this is where the Pets of Older Persons (POOPS) program can help. POOPS WA is a no-cost service which is all about keeping people and their pets together. And as such, it’s as much about human wellbeing as it is about animal welfare. Pets are vital to many elderly people. They provide loyal companionship, give their owners a purpose in life, enable them to remain in their own homes for longer and are particularly important for the socially isolated. However, age, medical emergency and disability can prevent many owners from being able to fully care for their pets and this is where POOPS can help. POOPS WA is an incorporated nonprofit association staffed entirely by volunteers. Our volunteers are police-cleared and provide a range of services including home visits, animal feeding, dog walking and transport to/from vet clinics or boarding kennels. We cater specifically for people over 65 years of age – or palliative-care patients of any age – who have no relatives or friends willing or able to take responsibility for their pets in times of need. POOPS WA has its own patron in Dr Penny Flett, CEO of Brightwater Homes. Penny was awarded the Centenary Medal for service to the aged and disabled community in 2003. She was Telstra Business Woman of the Year in 1998, West Australian of the Year in 2009 and was recently awarded the WA Champion for Seniors Award. Penny has been described as a “powerful advocate at all levels of the government for older Australians” and we are honoured to have her on board. Ref:

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Taking care of our local wildlife Just before 5 o’clock on Sunday 19 May, I heard the all too familiar and sickening sound of a vehicle hitting a kangaroo. What is so distressing is that the car that hit the animal apparently drove off, whilst a couple of passers-by did stop but failed to render any assistance to the kangaroo. It was a young creature and was left with a broken leg thrashing around by the roadside. I managed to contact a Wildlife Officer who attended, but the animal had already died. I thank him for his compassion and swift attendance. I know from experience that kangaroos are unpredictable, so let us give them room as most of us value their presence so close to our homes. I would also like to remind people driving at dawn and dusk to slow down and be watchful. 0412 953 638 Bookings Essential

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The National Little League Championships have come to a close and the Perth Metro Central Firebirds are Australia’s first representatives off to the World Series. Completing the tournament with a perfect 7-0 record, the Firebirds defeated Adelaide South 8-2 in the Grand Final. Perth jumped out to an early three run lead in the top of the first inning and thanks to a dominant pitching performance by Chase Diggins, the Firebirds never looked back. Adelaide South put up a valiant effort and attempted a comeback scoring two runs in the fifth but Perth answered with three runs of their own in the sixth to secure the win.

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Last year’s inaugural event was a huge success and we expect this year to be even bigger and better. The Rachael Doherty Fun Run/Walk will be held at Champion Lakes Regatta Centre on Sunday 30 June. One can run/walk 5kms or 10kms, plus there are kayaking events and a 5kms wheelchair race. Register online at www. or on the morning of the run (online registration is preferred). People can also sponsor my run from Pinjarra to Champion Lakes Regatta Centre. The Rachael Doherty Foundation was established in memory of Rachael Doherty who was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s

Donate your old car and save lives! DFES Road Rescue Training WA Firefighters rescue hundreds of people trapped in vehicles each year, one way the community can help save even more lives is to donate their unwanted cars to road crash rescue training. A total of 208 people were removed by firefighters in Western Australia from crashed vehicles in 2012, and so far this year 61 people have been rescued. Department of Fire and Emergency Services Applied Training Officer Noel Buckland said all firefighters, no matter how long they had been on the job, completed regular extrication training including using the ‘jaws of life’ on vehicles. Mr Buckland said during training firefighters learned how to safely and quickly stabilise a crashed vehicle and remove the windows, roof or doors. They were also taught how to gain access to the engine or boot. “Being able to remove someone from a crashed vehicle quickly and safely is an essential skill for a firefighter – and it is also one that requires quite a bit of

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Fifty Two Film and Television students from the Year 8, 9 and 10 specialist classes participated in this year’s extension camp on location in New Norcia. After months of planning and many script adjustments the two crews were able to produce some outstanding footage which is already being put through the editing process. The end product will be two short films, ‘Chained Freedom’ directed by Danelle Tilley and ‘Futures Past’ directed by Ciera Bayley. We have already received positive feedback from Dion Borrett, local Cinematographer who was able to deliver specialist workshops in New Norcia along with comments from Central Tafe on the quality of footage that our students were able to produce. Students filmed for two full days, scheduling their own production meetings, shooting times as well as choosing locations on the first afternoon. On top of the skills related to the Film and TV curriculum, students were required to use a range of leadership, communication, problem solving and teamwork skills to ensure the production goals were met. All students involved in this year’s extension camp were a credit to Roleystone Community College in the way they carried themselves throughout the four days. Visit the photograph gallery on the RCC website at www.roleystonecc. to see some of the action. We are hoping to premier both films during Term 3. Phil Springett Associate Principal.

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Man’s Best Friend (or a woman’s substitute for babies!) My name is Carol Powell. Raised in Roleystone, I now live in Armadale with my husband Rees. A few days after arriving back in Perth from our honeymoon, I took our dogs Olive (Chihuahua x Jack Russell) and Pickle (Jack Russell x Dachshund) to visit my Mum who lives in Roleystone on a 7 1/2 acre block. While visiting, I noticed Olive chewing on something. At first, I thought nothing of it, as she does this quite often with toilet rolls and socks etc. However, I began to worry when Olive regurgitated white pieces that she had swallowed. We realised she had eaten a whole macrozamia seed. I looked online and discovered that these seeds are incredibly toxic for many animals. Ten minutes later, Olive was visibly drained and vomiting constantly. I read about animals ingesting a number of seeds, and after a week becoming violently ill and eventually suffering liver failure. This broke my heart as Olive is so small, and I thought she wouldn’t survive. I took Olive to Railway Avenue Vet in Armadale straight away and explained what had happened. She was put on a drip and blood tests were done to see if her liver was being affected. That night, my husband and I prayed that we would see her again. Then at about 11pm, our dog Pickle became ill too. Pickle was vomiting and wandering around. We couldn’t bare the thought of losing both dogs in one day and took Pickle to Murdoch Animal Emergency. Pickle was put on a drip and stayed the night with the same blood tests. We were devastated. Our family had been divided, but we received good news the following morning, and brought Pickle home waggly tailed. Olive had also survived, but was so weak that she needed to stay in hospital for a few more nights. It took almost a week for Olive’s liver to be affected by the poison, but she

came home with a follow up blood test a few days later. Having our family complete again was definitely worth the vet bills. Our house is warm with life and we still have moments when we look at Olive and wonder what a miracle it is that she is here with us. I really just wanted to share our experience with everyone and warn people about the dangers of Macrozamia seeds.

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I am very concerned at the rate in which the tree disease known as Marri Canker is destroying Marri trees in the areas of Roleystone and the Canning Valley. We recently lost a large Marri tree that I estimate to be well over 100 years old, and I notice signs of this disease on other Marri’s on my property. If you walk down Croyden Road, you will see signs of the disease and numerous dead trees. Heading up the hill on Brookton Highway you will notice more dead trees. There is even a dead tree outside the Roleystone Family Church property, with more in the vacant block next to it on Croyden Road. There is no known cure or support mechanism such as that used for dieback at this stage. Professor Giles Hardsy and Dr. George Matusick for the Centre of Excellence for Climate Change Woodland and Forrest

Health Murdoch are working with the local government and community in the Mundaring-Kalamunda area where the disease is spreading. They are also creating an App (to be released in July) that will be used to identify the location of dead trees, aiding the process of accurately documenting the disease’s devastating spread. This article aims to raise awareness about the current situation of Marri Canker in our local areas. We should be mindful of cutting down native trees that are still healthy, including the Marri trees that are a very significant food source for our Black Cockatoos. We must work together as a community and do our best to stop Marri Canker from destroying more trees. You can find a lot of information on Marri Canker and its effects on the Internet. Pat Hart.

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The threat of bad weather wasn’t enough to keep the crowds at home for the second Roleystone Markets. The fare failed to disappoint as punters crowded the oval. There were seventy-nine stall holders offering a wonderful array of homemade and handcrafted products. We also made sure that the Dads (and some of the Mums!) were entertained with a great display of local machines brought along by locals. The favourite of the day was undoubtedly the little red two seater! Luckily, the bulk of the rain held off until just before closing time, so those who ignored the weather warnings were duly rewarded. There were a total of eight food vendors on the day, and as always, the food was delish. Also, the girls from Ride to Conquer Cancer put on a fab sausage sizzle; their bacon and egg rolls were a massive hit! They were over the moon with the support from the public, and were able to raise a nice sum for the charity. The next Roleystone Market will be held on Sunday 8 September from 9am until the extended time of 2pm. It will be a Spring Clean Market, while a car boot sale portion, open to public, will be located in the car parks across the road. Details on how to apply as well as costs will be advertised soon. Shop 4a/2756 Albany Highway For more information on the Roleystone Markets, Kelmscott WA 6111 like our page on Facebook or contact Market (next door to Domino’s) Co-ordinator Maria Ford on 0407 985 319.


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The Strategy aims to encourage new business investment, existing business development, regional workforce development, marketing of the region, industry development and improve infrastructure. With regard to regional workforce development, the City’s current education and employment profile, compared to the metropolitan average, shows the City has a lower educational attainment with a higher percent of technical/trade workers and a lower percent of professionals/managers. Hence, the City currently “exports” labourers and “imports” professionals - a situation that could be better balanced. The document lists numerous actions with time frames, and the priority actions are to prepare an investment prospectus for the City, undertake a City Centre Development Capacity study, attract State Government Department offices to the City, establish the City justice precinct, improve shortstay accommodation in Armadale, progress industrial development opportunities, undertake a transport infrastructure needs assessment and an infrastructure audit. The Strategy is to be reviewed annually and residents can monitor the City’s progress of this set action list. Caroline Wielinga.

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Karate Master says G’Day WA while Sensei Brooke Shines at States In the Roleystone karate calendar, May from our other WA dojos who also brings the annual visit from Kofukan attended. Karate’s most senior instructor, 7th Dan Meanwhile, Sensei Brooke Williams put Shihan Tomiyama. This time around, her extensive karate skills to good use at Shihan caught The Prospector up to the 2013 State Karate Championships, Kalgoorlie to spend a few days training held at the Morley Recreation Centre on with for the first time with our Kalgoorlie 26 May. Brooke won both a silver medal dojo. Sensei Brian Chambers and his in the Women’s Over 61kg Kumite and students delighted in showing our karate a bronze in the Women’s Open Kumite. master around the town and districts, This is an outstanding effort from one of visiting local watering holes and tourist our top leaders - well done, Brooke! attractions. Shihan happily embraced Karen Fouweather. his tourist role, donning a hard hat for a tour of the UG Nickel Mine and visiting Lake Lefroy. Master Tomiyama spends six months of each year touring and instructing at Kofukan dojos around the globe, but nonetheless declared his Kalgoorlie experience ‘excellent’ and ‘very different’. Sensei Brian was also pleased with the success of Shihan’s first visit to our Kalgoorlie dojo, saying that, ‘Our Kalgoorlie members were able to experience training with a real Karate Master, Shihan Tomiyama. An important Shihan in a hard hat ready for the mines tour. aspect is that the members learnt  consistency in the dojo etiquette, discipline and material taught by Shihan Tomiyama and our Australian Instructors.’ Back in Perth, Shihan held a senior karate session at our Roleystone dojo, demonstrating how, with a few deceptively simple modifications, some of our most basic moves can be applied with awesome results. Students practiced the techniques with a partner and benefitted from not only Shihan’s experience, but also from the many senior instructors Sensei Brooke verses kumite oponent at the States.

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at junior level. Although he has coached state and national champions in the past, Matthew is focussed on introducing the sport through fun activities and laughter: beginners will start by practicing with tennis balls before they are introduced to golf balls. He emphasises the importance of children learning at their own pace minus the burden of pressure and stress. Whether they are confident or unsure of their potential ability, the aim is to develop social skills when dealing with adults. ‘Golf is a game you can play with your family, for the young or old, boy or girl’, he said.

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Ladies and Gentlemen! In just over 19 weeks, Girls On The Porch will be holding their annual fundraising event in aid of the National Breast Cancer Foundation. This year, our event is being held at the historic Esplanade Hotel Fremantle by Rydges on Sunday 20 October. Tickets will go on sale in early August at a cost of $90, which includes a twocourse luncheon, arrival drink and entry into the door prize. There will be continuous raffles throughout the afternoon. Please note this is a CASH ONLY event. Numbers are limited and tables will seat 10. The annual event is a highlight on our fundraising calendar. Should you like any further information, or would like to donate to Girls on the Porch, please call Wendy Scott on 0417 983 695 or Melissa Addison-Edgar on 0422 352 187. Girls on the Porch external raffle tickets are now available to sell. Each booklet has 10 tickets and cost $2 per ticket. We have cash prizes up for grabs, and aim to sell all 10,000 tickets this year. If you would like to help us sell them, please send us a message with your name, address, email address, contact number and how many booklets you would like, and Maria Ford will get them to you. You can also email Maria Ford at On a sad note, Girls on the Porch is saying a tearful goodbye to Sarah Holland. Sarah has been an amazing member of Girls on the Porch for a number of years, and we cannot thank her enough for all she has done over that time. We would like to wish Sarah well for the future. Wendy and Melissa.

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This is a beautiful warming dish that is simple and delicious. Using current seasonal organic eggplants and potatoes, it is a curry that you can make as mild or as hot as you like to suit your family, also serving as a lovely addition to your weekly menu. In joy and deliciousness, Vanessa Jean. Eggplant and Potato Curry Use a skillet or large frying pan. Ingredients: Butter or ghee or coconut oil for cooking 4 - 6 cloves of fresh garlic, sliced 1 large red onion or 2 small (this is optional, you can leave out or use golden if that is all you have, red adds sweetness to it; as an alternative spring onions are wonderful here!) If using spring onions use approx. 6, with the green stems 1 Tbsp. dry mustard black seeds 1 1/2 tsp. turmeric 1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper (leave out if you do not want the heat or any pepper) 1 tsp. ground cumin or seeds 2 - 4 eggplants (depending on size and how many you are feeding!), diced 6 - 8 potatoes, diced Sea salt to taste Method: Warm your pan and when it is hot, add the mustard seeds. When they start popping, they are ready! Add your chosen fat, toss in the garlic and onions/spring onions and leave to soften. Whilst they are cooking, add your spices (and relish the aroma!) Add the diced potatoes and salt to taste. Stir well. Once they have browned, add the eggplant. Remember, like mushrooms, eggplants will drink in as much fat as you give them, so add some more if you desire to enhance the flavour, but not too much – a knob of butter would be perfect. When the potatoes begin to stick, add a small amount of water and mix through. Allow it all to cook for a little on medium heat so that the outside of the vegetables caramelise, then turn to low, add the lid and let it cook until the vegetables are tender. This is a lovely addition to any curry night, and is superb as a standalone with or without rice. It is also delicious served with quinoa. If you enjoy this curry, you’ll find plenty more ideas like it in the next Valley Reporter. If you have any questions, call me on 0410 421 213. To find out more about my raw and wholefood classes, call the Roleystone Family Centre on 9496 1115.

The Roleystone Netball Club’s season is now in full swing. With regrading now complete, it is a timely reminder of how proud we are as a club to have such a good reputation for being supportive, with all players and parents signing a commitment to uphold the Code of Conduct. Over the recent long weekend, our Roleystone Association girls travelled to Wanneroo to compete in the Netball WA Members Carnival, where teams from all over WA came to play competitive netball. We would like to congratulate the KDNA U14’s Gold (with Kate Bunten) and KDNA U12’s Gold (with Jade Hancock and Jamie Hodges) for making it to the finals. With some unfortunate injuries and tears along the way, the girls had an awesome weekend, with some even getting the opportunity to meet many of their Fever idols, such as Caitlin Bassett. Also, well done to our umpires Heidi and Laura Blackman for giving up their weekend to umpire (a special

mention to Heidi, who was asked by Netball WA to umpire in the finals). Up and coming events include the Kalamunda Carnivals on Sunday 30 June (13’s and above) and Sunday 28 July (12’s and under). Good luck to those girls playing in the 13’s and above, and to girls wanting to play in the 12’s and under, get your registration forms in as soon as possible. With the assistance of our new Club Sponsors Kab Seating, both the Coaches and Committee members will soon be wearing their brand new Club t-shirts for the very first time! We would like to proudly say thank you to all of this year’s Club Sponsors - Kab Seating, Tony Simpson MLA Member for Darling Range, Beaver Tree Services, Openica Logistics, Metro Mobility and Rainstorm Dust Control. For enquiries, contact Club Registrar Sharlene Warnes at snswarnes1@ or 9496 0452.

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Here are four tips to get you started: Fruits and vegetables The best way to boost your immune system is to eat foods that are high in essential nutrients and enzymes. To do that, fill your plate with fruits and vegetables, especially those that are bright red, orange and green such as broccoli, carrots, spinach, berries and citrus fruits. Probiotics Probiotics are also known as the “good bacteria”. They are normally found in our bowel and it is important that there is a healthy balance between the “good and bad bacteria” for the health of our digestive and immune system. At least 80% of the immune system is located in the digestive system and is referred to as gut-associated lymphoid tissue (GALT). In most cases you will need to take a probiotic supplement to sufficiently boost your immune system. You can support this by

body tends to overproduce cortisol – a hormone that is linked to a wide range of diseases. To counter this, relaxation is important. You can choose to attend a yoga class, have a bath, watch a movie, take up meditation, or start a creative hobby – anything to reduce stress! Vitamin D A study from Finland found that people who lack vitamin D are one-and-a-half times more likely to acquire a respiratory disease. Although the main source of vitamin D is the sun, it can also be obtained from some food including cod liver oil, dairy products, and fish oil. You can also take vitamin D in supplement forms. For more assistance on keeping you and your family healthy during the winter season, book an appointment with Caroline van der Mey on 9470 1078.

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The Roleystone Recreation Centre held its Open Day on Saturday 25 May. The day was a huge success for the fitness centre and cafe. With the sun shining overhead, you could hear the sound of kids laughing with delight as they jumped and flipped in the bouncy castle with their cute little painted faces. Meanwhile, the parents and other guests were busy looking through the fitness facility, enjoying the various market stalls and cafe specials. A few of the day’s highlights included the kid’s Zumbatomic class. I gave it a go myself and, wow, it was so much fun and wore me out at the same time. The class is new to our Club and is designed especially for kids. It helps build self-confidence, co-ordination, fitness and problem solving skills. Parents can have a great time too by participating with them as the kids dance away, using the gym facilities or just enjoying a quiet cup of coffee and cake in the cafe. Zumbatomic classes are held every Wednesday at 4pm. There were many winning grinners on the day, with door prizes drawn every 2 hours. Prizes and winners were; One Month’s Gym Membership-Karin Feasey and Jorja Passamani, Tupperware Mystery Gift-Sean Campbell and Thermomix Thermoserve-Trehna Rouse. Many thanks to our wonderful team of helpers and to all those who came in to support the event. And special thanks to the beautiful market stall holders for making the day that much better; Arbonne Essentials by Kim Oates, Thermomix by Siobhan Palmieri, Tupperware by Jacqui, Quillows by Marian Meharry, Jewellery by Jennifer, Dragon Variety Homewares by Alan and Shirleen, High Tea Social Club by Bobbi Sui, Face painting by Qing and Richard and Qi Gong by Alex Lim. By Elaine Wee and Clare Jenkins.

High tea, pies and a beautiful location … what more could you want?

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Hidden away in the gorgeous foothills of Perth and bordered by the Canning River, a new French patisserie and café has opened its doors. Already attracting great local attention, De Blés is a family owned business named after husband and wife Debbie and Leslie, who dreamed of opening up a small café that provides high quality foods, excellent service and a memorable dining experience to customers. Currently obscured by the Brookton Highway road works, this hidden gem offers home cooked foods with a lunch menu consisting of freshly made rolls, burgers, soups and pastas. Locally sourced suppliers of tea and coffee Leaf Bean and Machine, as well as free-range eggs from Ellah’s Eggs in the Swan Valley add a lovely finishing touch to the menu; supporting the WA community is very important for Deb and Les. Customers can enjoy homely food, including gourmet French patè and chocolate (flown in from France), pastries, olive oils and teas, which can also be purchased and taken home. You can buy freshly baked bread made from French ingredients (flown in from France), giving you the truly delicious taste of authentic French bread. The picturesque surroundings make this location one to see and experience first hand. Not only can you enjoy a lunch by the river, but you can also gather your friends together and have a wonderful afternoon high tea, commencing at 1pm every weekend. Taste your way through the extensive menu of teas, or if tea’s not your thing, then the pastries are sure to please. The venue also doubles over as a wonderful place for functions, offering a ‘down south’ feeling without the journey. De Blés is located on 2 Mount Street, Kelmscott, and is the perfect destination if you are looking for a place to catch up with friends or venture out for something different. It is open 7 days a week, 8am-2pm including most Public Holidays, and for more information you can call 0423 213 734, send an email to info@ or visit the website at www. (left) Photograph courtesy of Angela Harris.

Perth’s newest veterinary hospital, Foothills Animal Hospital, has opened a custom-built hospital in Armadale designed to make pets and families feel at ease. An outdoor examination room for dogs, cat only consulting room, kids waiting area, and 24 hour remote monitoring for hospitalised patients are a few features that Dr Nathan Mannix and Dr Nicole Laurence have added to make visiting the vet easier. “If we make a trip to the vet less stressful for the animal and easier for the family, people will get more regular health checks, better preventative medicine, and we catch life-threatening conditions earlier,” says Dr Nathan Mannix, veterinarian and Foothills co-owner. “Plus, working with a happy pet is easier for us and our clients. As vets, we love animals - we want them to love their vet back!” Dr Nicole Laurence shares this sentiment, “We are so passionate about pets. We’ve put a lot of thought into what we can do to make the experience better for pets and their families. For instance, the outdoor consulting room has already been a big hit - some dogs are just more

comfortable outside.” In developing Foothills’ new petfriendly features, Dr Laurence and Dr Mannix drew on more than 30 years experience in veterinary hospitals in Australia, England and the US. Dr Laurence, a Murdoch graduate, has worked in veterinary practice in rural WA, England, and several years in the Armadale area. Dr Mannix, graduated the Royal Veterinary College in London before working as a general and emergency veterinarian in the US and Australia. Foothills Animal Hospital is not only pet friendly, but family and environmentally friendly too. The clinic has a kids’ waiting area, and will offer a class for kids’ on pet ownership. The clinic is also designed to minimise its impact on the environment. Foothills is seeking to become “green-tick” certified, to become the first vet hospital in Australia to achieve this goal. Call 9497 7488 or visit www. for more details.

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Two Roleystone Junior Fire Brigade Cadets onboard the STS Leeuwin II My name is Brendan Nye. I’m 14 years of age, and I would like to share my recent experience on the STS Leewuin II with you. I have been a cadet with the Roleystone Volunteer Bushfire Brigade for two years, and last month I was given the opportunity to represent this community organisation aboard the sail training ship called the STS Leeuwin II. The participants included myself and thirty other cadets from around Western Australia. We met at the Fremantle Port and boarded the STS Leeuwin II. After breaking up into groups, we were introduced to our team leaders and given a run down on safety and basic training before leaving the port. We did not know our destination, as our journey depended on the winds. Every morning we had to be awake at 6am, and then at night each team had to do a 4-hour watch, looking out for craypots, other boats and land. Throughout the journey, we were involved in team building exercises and learned about the importance of safety for ourselves and other team members, especially aboard a ship. Whilst using the Leeuwin IPs dinghy, I learnt that sometimes the easiest and shortest route was not always the best for safety. The skills I acquired during team building exercises, such as using ropes to roll up the sail whilst on the mast, required patience and teamwork to successfully complete the task. Whenever someone was unsure or needed help, there would always be a helping hand. For instance, the job of cleaning the ship was made easier with a group of people, which also made you feel good about your achievement. On the voyage, we had the opportunity to leave the ship in one of the small dinghies: we were transferred to a beach at Rottnest Island where we explored, had lunch and went swimming. Later that night, we all helped to navigate around Rottenest Island. Our task was to notify the STS Leeuwin II’s bosun about the depth of water in our location, the distance from the shore and how many knots we were doing. We also had to plot our position on a chart. On one particular day, we saw a shark swim past the ship, which was about two meters long. I think my biggest achievement was climbing to the top of the tallest mast and

reading the words engraved into a plaque screwed to the very top. It was really exciting and adrenalin pumping. In all we spent 6 nights aboard the STS Leeuwin II. On the last day, after all of our training, we steered and manoeuvred the ship all the way back to Fremantle Port on our own. On arriving back at Fremantle, we received certificates of achievement for successfully completing the training program on board the STS Leeuwin II. We were allowed to invite our families aboard the ship and show them around the decks, where we slept, the galley, the engine room and also introduced them to the crew. I really enjoyed my time aboard the STS Leeuwin II. I met some really nice people with similar interests; friends I will remember forever. I would like to thank the Roleystone Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade for their support and generosity. I hope that I can use the skills that I learnt aboard the STS Leeuwin II to become a better cadet. I hope you have enjoyed my story. Brendan Nye.

On Sunday 14 April, I boarded the STS Leeuwin II. This voyage was the DFES voyage, which meant that everyone on board was a cadet. I was asked by the Roleystone Volunteer Fire Brigade to take part in this wonderful program, which I felt was a great privilege. Being asked to go on the STS Leeuwin II was one of the best feelings ever. I had the most amazing time. The voyage went for seven days and I got to learn so much from tying a rope to climbing the main mast and setting the sails. It was great character building. We got to have a beach day at Rotto and sailed around the island and deep blue sea. On the way we got to see some amazing things such as lightning storms and sharks! As the voyage came to a close, I felt extremely grateful for being able to go on the STS Leeuwin II. I met some amazing people and sailing was one of the best experiences I have ever had. Mason McGrail. The STS Leeuwin II is proud to offer 3-hour coastal sails open to the public, which operate from late October until late April. Get a taste of what it is like to be on board a barquentine tall ship - a truly unique and memorable experience. The sail includes a light meal on board served with tea and coffee, allowing you to sit back, relax and watch the stunning Western Australian coastline slip by.

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The Roleystone Junior Football Club is celebrating 40 years in the community and is inviting you to come along and celebrate this significant milestone on Saturday 5 October. A fantastic day of celebrating, reminiscing and catching up is currently being organised and the Roleystone Junior Football Club would love as many people as possible to come along. All past and present members, players, parents, grandparents and friends are encouraged to write this date in their diary and be part of a local history in the making. A silent auction is currently underway with the winning bids to be announced on the day. For more information and details regarding the silent auction, visit our Facebook page and website. There is some great Eagles merchandise and football gear up for grabs. Anyone with any memorabilia or details about players, both past and present, is encouraged to contact Vice President Samantha Saffioti on 0429 353 019. This is a significant event in the Roleystone Junior Football Club history and for junior football in our community, so please come along and make it special. For any enquiries, contact President Adam Hancock on 0429 353 019 or Vice President Samantha Saffioti.

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A Cappella West is a not for profit female vocal harmony chorus based in the southern metropolitan suburbs of Perth, Western Australia. We are a diverse and dynamic group of 80 women, ranging in age from 15 to 84, from all walks of life, who are brought together through our love of singing. Founded only a short five years ago under the co-direction of Lindsey Dyer and Jo Oosterhoff, we have competed nationally, achieving a 4th place in our first competition and just recently being awarded a Most Improved Chorus Award as well as a Silver Medal in May this year. A Cappella West is often invited to perform at community events for both public and private groups and organisations. These include public ceremonies, charity events

Personally controlled electronic health records: Connecting your healthcare records Technology is a part of daily life for most Australians. We use it for banking, shopping and connecting socially with family and friends. It can also help deliver better care for individuals and build a more efficient health system for Australia. This is why the Australian Government has Steve’s Unique developed an eHealth record system. People seeking health care in Eco Handmade Australia can register for an eHealth record in one of four ways: – Art & Handycrafts Online Over the phone – by calling 1800 723 471 and selecting option 1. In person – visit a Department of Human Services Service Centre offering Medicare services. In writing – complete a registration application form, available from a 0418 916 366 Service Centre offering Medicare services or from the eHealth website 2/2 Soldiers Rd Roleystone and post it to: Personally Controlled eHealth Record Program GPO Box 9942 in your Capital City. Open Wed-Sat 10-4, Sun 12-4 How is this different to the current system? REpaiR WORk specialising in wrought Until now, health records have usually been stored in different locations iron, wood, mosaics, sml steel fabrication, with little connection to each other or healthcare professionals and sculpture, fences, gates, balustrading, hospitals. Your eHealth record will allow you to access a summary of handrails, lighting & security doors your important health information online, and share that information with the healthcare professionals involved with your care, meaning you no longer have to remember the detail of every medication, immunisation or treatment you have received. Your health information travels with you Your eHealth record will grow over time to contain a summary of your most important health care events. This could include details of a stay in hospital, a visit to the GP or when you have had medical tests. People who regularly Local and Reliable use the Australian health system will be able to manage their care more effectively, even if they travel, need treatment after hours, or see more than one doctor. Take control of your Old Fashion Service health. Register for an eHealth record today. • Police Cleared • All Insured What are the benefits when you regularly see a doctor? • Winter Gutter Clean Available Having an eHealth record will help ensure your GP or your specialist has information about your health. This will help them make the best possible decisions about the care and Call Anam on 0401 503 157 treatment you need. Will my health information be secure? The eHealth record system is protected by existing and new legislation. You Bureau of Meteorology will have a login and password to access your eHealth record, and control over which organisations can view your record. Why register for an eHealth record? Your eHealth record will be controlled by you. It will allow you and the Statistics for January 2013 healthcare organisations you choose to access to a secure summary of your Temperature Average Minimum: 16.4 C important health information. This could include potentially life-saving information such as any previous adverse drug reactions, or the details of Maximum: 30.3 C the medications you are taking. Having this information at the point of care Total Rainfall 17.2mm will help your doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals make the Statistics for February 2013 best decisions. It will also mean you won’t have to remember and keep Temperature Average Minimum: 16.5 C unnecessarily repeating your medical history. Benefits for you include: Maximum: 32.6 C • Best treatment – As the system grows, healthcare organisations such as Total Rainfall 1.4mm a GP practice or local hospital will be able to quickly view a summary of Statistics for March 2013 your information, helping them to make the best possible decisions about Temperature Average Minimum: 13.9 C your care. • More convenient – You will not have to remember every medication, test Maximum: 25.8 C or health-related incident, or when a child was immunised. Total Rainfall 73.6mm • Less stressful – Allows rapid access to information in an emergency. Statistics for April 2013 • Better health – You will be able to better manage your health. Temperature Average Minimum: 15.7 C • Sharing the load – If you wish, you can share your health information with family members, carers, or other trusted people. Maximum: 26.1 C This is just the starting point for eHealth records. Total Rainfall 16.8mm The system will grow — as will the benefits — as more individuals and Statistics for May 2013 healthcare organisations get connected. To make Australia’s health system Temperature Average Minimum: 10.6 C work better for you, register for an eHealth record.

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Former Roleystone Theatre performer finds Twelfth Night a delight most of my lines are in prose and not blank verse,” he said. Shakespearean plays are often defined as modern or traditional – but Director Watkins says his production has “a bit of both.” “Based on texts of historical theatre, audiences typically wanted comedy, bawdiness, sexual innuendo, social ridicule and characters they could immediately relate to,” he said. “In that sense, we are keeping it traditional by giving the play a joyful and high-energy feel. We have applied modern-day acting concepts to create characters that will hopefully appeal to a modern audience.” Twelfth Night plays at 8pm, June 21, 22, 27, 28, 29, July 4, 5 & 6 with a 2pm matinee June 30. Tickets are $18, $14 concession – book on 9330 4565 or at bookings.html. Melville Theatre is on the corner of Stock Road and Canning Highway, Palmyra. Pictured: Former Roleystone Theatre performer Cary Hudson, right, is Fabian in Twelfth Night at Melville Theatre with Sarah Courtis as Valentine, Jason Dohle as Orsino and Lee Sheppard as Malvolio.


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Former Roleystone resident to star in Pirates Pirates of Penzance is being presented by Phoenix Theatre and Laughing Horse Productions at the Memorial Hall, Hamilton Hill, and is being supported by the City of Cockburn. The Pirates of Penzance is an Operetta written by W. S. Gilbert and composed by A. Sullivan. Danni Close, a former resident and graphic designer, is to take the stage this July as a leading character, Kate (one of the Major-General’s daughters), in this Gilbert & Sullivan classic, Pirates of Penzance. With an extensive background in community theatre, having performed for Phoenix Theatre previously, as well as ARENAarts, Rag & Bone Theatre Company, Roleystone Theatre, Cinematic Theatrics and Kalamunda Youth Theatre Company, Danni is looking forward to treading the boards in a role that will challenge her singing and dancing abilities. “The opportunity to take part in such


a classic, well known production, and do it justice,” described Danni of her attraction to this production, “With such a famous operetta as Pirates, I find that there is a fine line between reinventing the production yet staying true to its original design. I’m really excited to see if walking that fine line produces the effect we are looking for.” Director Adam Salathiel said, “I’ve worked with and seen Danni perform before. She is quite talented and I’m glad she has joined our

production.” Director Adam Salathiel said audiences should expect nothing but pure fun and excitement. Pirates of Penzance plays at 8pm July 5, 6, 12, 13, 19 & 20 & 2pm July 7 & 14. Full tickets are $25, Concession $20 – book via, transaction fees may apply. Held at the Memorial Hall, Phoenix Theatre, corner of Rockingham Rd & Carrington St, Hamilton Hill.

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Former Roleystone Theatre performer Cary Hudson is getting the chance to appear in one of his favourite Shakespearean comedies this June and July. “Twelfth Night is one of Shakespeare’s best comedies,” he said. “I saw it performed many years ago for Shakespeare in the Park and wanted to do it myself.” Directed by Jeffrey Watkins, the play is about finding love and acceptance and follows Viola who, after surviving a disastrous sea voyage, has to assume the identity of a young boy to make her way in the world. Her plans are complicated when she falls for new boss Orsino, who loves Olivia – and Olivia then falls for Viola’s disguise. When Viola’s lost brother arrives, he is mistaken for the boy Viola is impersonating and a series of mistaken identities then threatens to bring everything crumbling down. Hudson plays Fabian, the mischievous servant to Olivia. “He likes to participate in the sport of teasing Malvolio and Sir Andrew Aguecheek but he’s by no means malevolent,” he said. Making his acting debut at university 23 years ago, Hudson has performed in a plethora of productions over the years with Roleystone, KAFF, Old Mill, Upstart, Garrick, Playlovers, Stirling, Harbour and Melville Theatres and has won awards at various drama festivals. “My main challenge with Twelfth Night is getting back into the spirit of delivering Shakespearean text, although thankfully

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There has been a lot of activity at the Club over the last month as a hive of workers 41st Annual General Meeting refurbished the Cottage before we put it Sunday 30 June, commencing at 11.30am back on the rental market. All members are welcome The outside has now been completely Windows on Wygonda Restaurant repainted in construction period colours, Wednesday & Friday Nights from 6pm. Wednesday and my thanks go to Paul Adams for his Night Meals Specials - Curry! Choose from 2 classic dedication and hard work in ensuring this curries, to warm you up on a cold night - only $15 job was completed in an efficient manner. We’ve got the log fire going too! The inside has been completely “gutted” and is now ready for a new kitchen, stove, Sunday Roast Lunch - Bookings Essential carpets and lino and a fresh repainting. Enjoy Live Music Friday Nights from 7.30pm The roller door has been removed and Chase the Joker Jackpot – $2300 the window and brickworks are close 6 Wygonda Road Roleystone to completion. My thanks go to all the Committee for their hard work, especially Roleystone Country Club Marc Lucich, Phil Shaw and Terry Walsh, Phone: 9397 5665 who have worked extremely hard on this project under the guidance of Rossco. At the end of May, we held a successful Italian Food Festival organised by Rocco Safiotti and Ross Meadows, with assistance from volunteers and the Committee. It was a night of great food and music enjoyed by all who attended. The “Chase the Joker” Competition is run on Monday and Wednesday Nights, and the Jackpot is now up to $2300, so come along and join the large number of members who try their luck. We are also If so, Fiona from FN Grafix can provide hoping to set up a regular all of your printing requirements, from the initial Thursday Karaoke Night commencing in July. Keep business card through to the corporate stationery

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L-R: Kevin, Pete, Tiffany and Denise at the recent Italian Food Festival Night.

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Birtwistle Local Studies Library presents Military historian - Wes Olsen Thursday 27 June 10-12pm Armadale Library. Wes Olsen is a military historian, author, former reservist and long-time volunteer at the Army Museum of Western Australia. His presentation will look at the uniforms and equipment from World War 1 Australian Infantry Forces and its historical significance. Light refreshments will be provided. Bookings are essential. Call 9399 0125. We Need Heroes Purple Bra Day Register now and be a hero for the cause. Our heroes are dedicated to raising funds. Help assist those that need our support when faced with breast cancer. Friday 21 June Register Now! To receive your free hero pack (includes purple bra). Visit or phone 9324 3703. Variety Bike Run Two Oceans 2013 Bikers are changing WA for the better! Join the Variety Two Oceans Bike Run from 8-11 November for a four day, two-wheel adventure and help WA kids in need, just by riding. Registrations are limited. Call 1300 4 VARIETY or visit varietywa. Teen Workshops Series: “Acting For Screen” at the Roleystone Theatre Explore the film set, the actor and continuity on screen. When: Sundays August 4, 11 & 18. Class time: 1012pm. Age: 12+. Cost: $40 for the series (includes all 3 workshops, certificate and workbook) Coordinator: Hayley Parker (extensive education and experience in drama and dance). Contact & Registration email: enquiries@roleystonetheatre. or call 0402 014 666. Topaze Art & Lifestyle Coaching Kids Art Workshops Two a week Tuesdays and Thursdays 4-5pm. Cost $20 per child includes all art supplies. Contact jackie@, or phone: 0418 912 023. Leisure World temporary closure Due to maintenance works, the City of Gosnells will close its Leisure World pool and all aquatic programs for two weeks, from Sunday 7 July to Sunday 21 July, inclusive. Leisure World members have already received information about the closure, however anyone wanting more details can call the Leisure World Co-ordinator on 9251 8700.

Menopause Mystery This is the session you have all been asking for. Take the mystery out of menopause and join us for this humorous session where we learn all about the symptoms of menopause, remedies for relief and share stories and support. Held on Wednesday 26 June, 6-7pm. Cost: $10pp, light supper included. Where: WHWS Group Room, located at Suite 7, Level 1 Gosnells Community Lotteries House, 2232c Albany Hwy Gosnells. We still have some spaces left so call us to book on 9490 2258 or book online by going to the What’s On Section of our website Super Moon 23 June This year’s largest and closest “Super Moon” will occur on 23 June. This super full moon is not only the closest and largest full moon of the year, it also presents the moon’s closest encounter with Earth in a long time. The nomination period for the 2013 WA Environment Awards is now open The awards acknowledge businesses, government agencies, community groups and individuals who make a valuable contribution to protecting and conserving the State’s natural environment. Now in its 12th year, the awards recognise projects that set new benchmarks in environmental care and biodiversity conservation. If you believe the community group you volunteer with, the business you are employed by deserve recognition for environmental excellence please apply. Entry is free. This year there are 11 categories. Nominations close on 17 July. For details on how to enter, visit awards. Kids, adults needed for Snow White If you’ve ever fancied yourself as Snow White, one of the seven dwarfs or even the wicked stepmother, here’s your chance. The Old Mill Theatre is calling for expressions of interest in its end-of-year pantomime Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs running from November 29 to December 14. Adults and children, aged nine and older, who are able to sing and act are required for a variety of roles (some parts require some dancing ability) – details at www. Six dwarfs will be played by children with one adult as the head dwarf. Auditions will be held on September 7 and 8 at the theatre. Email: oldmilltheatre@ with your details and the role you are interested in.

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Agnes Botman is a Year 11 student at Perth Modern School currently residing in Kalamunda. She will be participating in a World Challenge expedition to Nepal in November this year (details at www.worldchallenge. World Challenge supports teams of students as they embark on challenging educational expeditions in developing countries. As part of the trip, her team will be helping a school in Pokhara with a building or teaching project. Team members are expected to raise funds to cover the cost of their trip, and the proceeds from this local art exhibition will

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NuNo FeltiNg Workshop This class is more for the experienced felters. Come and learn all there is to know about making fabulous felt creations in our workshop class. Make yourself a gorgeous wrap made of silk and a rainbow of amazing wool colours. Glenda is an experienced textile artist sharing her abundant knowledge and inspiring us all to create unique pieces of wearable art. DATE: Saturday 29 June TIME: 11am - 3.30pm COST: $30 per person + $35 Materials Kit

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and spread the word about our initiatives. Many kids visited the Toy Library tent to play with some of the toys we have available to borrow and also to participate in our colouring in competition. Congratulations to Sierra (0-4 years old) and Sophie (5-8 years old) who will soon receive their family passes to Scitech. Our thanks go to Scitech for their constant support. We also wish to thank the Roleystone Markets Committee for their support of not-for-profit organisations and to congratulate them on their great efforts in making the Roleystone Markets the popular event it has become. Finally, we would like to invite Toy Library volunteers to come along to a busy bee session that will be held on Wednesday 26 June at 7:30pm at the Roleystone Family Centre, where we will be sorting out our puzzles and games shelves. Nibbles will be provided. If you wish to receive further information about our services, please give us a call on 0438 884 601, send us an email at or come and see us on borrowing days for more information. Our hours are: Wednesday 11.30am-12.15pm and Saturday 9.30am-10.30am. “It is a happy talent to know how to play”, Ralph Waldo Emerson. Lina Uribe-Rivero.

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NAturAl soAp MAkiNg Workshops DATE: Friday 21 June 11.30am - 2.30pm and 6pm - 9pm Come join us in making beautiful soaps. Our class is for beginners and previous soap makers. Natural soaps are very gentle and don’t wash off all your natural oils. So you are refreshed and clean but your skin remains lubricated, protected and happy. Whereas commercial soaps are often harsher having been made with recycled, heat-damaged oils it strips all the natural oils away, leaving your skin dry, itchy and unprotected. They are beautiful personalised handcrafted gifts for family and friends, or sell them at the school fete as a fundraiser! The options are endless. You will take home approximately 25 soaps for you to enjoy or give away as gifts.

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1800 022 222, Poison Information Centre 13 11 26, Western Power 13 13 51, Alinta Gas 13 13 51, Telstra 13 22 03, 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 13 13 75, Mensline 1300 789 978, Family Helpline & Domestic Violence 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 Information 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 1800 800 022, Illegal Dumping Hotline 1300 766 541, Main Roads Road Closure Information 13 81 38, Education Department Security SchoolWatch 1800 177 777, Ngala Helpline for families with babies & young children 8am-8pm 7 days a week 9368 9368 WA country access 1800 111 546, CoA Hotline for reporting anti-social behaviour 1300 597 076

What’s On

– your local community calendar

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

Roleystone Toy Library

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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

Roleystone Karragullen Seniors Club (Inc) 46 Jarrah Road, Roleystone 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

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 Cnr of Brookton Hwy & Soldiers Rd Roleystone. Enjoy great food, wine, jewellery, giftware, unique arts and crafts, organic food, beauty and an art gallery Karragullen Expo October 2013 – 9293 7132, 0418 939 134, SmokeFree WA Kelmscott Annual Show October 2013 Rushton Prk, Kelm 9495 4001, Pickering Brook Agricultural Show May 2013 Ph: 9293 8263 Email: Roleystone Sunday Markets 8:30am-12:30pm New & Pre-Loved items, held out the front of the RK Seniors Club 46 Jarrah Rd Roleystone. Come along & support this monthly event (2nd Sunday of the month) For stall holder details please give Christine Kent a call on 9397 5047 Roleystone Theatre Inc. 587 Brookton Highway Roleystone. For Bookings Phone: 9397 5730 Valley View Garden Golf Earthbound Organics Brackenridge Village, Shop 4, 1 Soldiers Road Roleystone Phone: 9397 7899 Kalamunda District Bridge Club holds weekly day and evening sessions for both competitive and social bridge. A beginners’ course commences in October 7pm. Contact Garth Scotford 9296 1497 or email: Armadale Society of Artists meets on the first Thursday of the month, starting 7pm at Creyk Park Pavillion Waltham Rd, Armadale. All welcome Ph: 0407 249 565 Roleystone Community Alive Group meetings held at the Roleystone Family Centre, 19 Wygonda Rd Roleystone. For further enquiries call Joyce Arnott 0434 727 470 If I have forgotten to mention you in the What’s On - your local COMMUNITY CALENDAR section please feel free to submit your contact details Email:


ROLEYSTONE DOJO DOJO ROLEYSTONE Self-defense, Competition, Fitness, Self-defense, Competition, Fitness, Confidence, Respect & Discipline Confidence, Respect & Discipline Improve your personal well being & Improve your personal well being & Improve your social awareness Improve yourPh. social9397 awareness Enquiries 5688 Enquiries Ph. 9397 or 0419 946 6615688

KIDS ADULT KIDS Qualified Karate ADULT CLASSES CLASSES or Instructor 0419 946& 661 NCAS Accredited

CLASSES Qualified Karate & NCAS Accredited CLASSES FreeInstructor créche available Free créche available

Training Days Roleystone Hall Training Times & Thursdays Cnr Roleystone Wygonda &Hall Jarrah Tuesdays Jnrs (5-12yrs) 5-6pm Jnrs (5-12yrs) 5.30-6.30pm Training Days Training Times during school holidays Snrs (13yrs & older) 6-7.30pm 6.30-8pm Rds, Roleystone Closed Tuesdays & Thursdays

Cnr Wygonda & Jarrah

Jnrs (5-12yrs) 5-6pm


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

For enquiries phone Gerry 9397 5730



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. POBox Box172 172Kelmscott KelmscottWA WA 6991. PO 6991. E: Email: 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

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Country Club Avenue

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Roleystone Bookings 9397 9969


A La Carte Menu at Views 101 on Araluen

201 2 D UA L G O L D P L AT E W I N N E R Brookton Hwy & Soldiers Rd, Roleystone Bookings 9496 0666

NEW MENU • Sage infused Squid • Dukkah crusted Lamb Rump in dijon and olive oil • Crispy Crackle Pork Belly • Herb crusted Chicken Breast • Roasted Vegetable salad with melted feta

Gift Vouchers Available

Fully Licensed - New Wine List - War m Log Fire - Food - Cof fee

Food - Wine - Cof fee - Functions - Food - Wine - Cof fee - Functions

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