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As the seasons change, so too do our local sports. If you are keen to get the children involved in a community sport, then please attend one of the many registrations on offer in our area. Alexi Christidis from Blue Wheelers Mobile Dog Wash & Grooming has some more interesting pet grooming tips. Turn to page 6 to find out how rose-hip vital canine can help with the joint health and general well-being of active and aging dogs. Dr Sheila Twine, President of the Jarrahdale Heritage Society, has contributed to this month’s issue with two interesting walks ending on Baldwin’s Bluff above Serpentine. As the weather gets finer, why not take the time to get the family in and amongst nature. See page 9 for all the details. Roleystone Gumnut Playgroup are fundraising for their Family Fun Day. They are selling Jolly Goat coffee, freshly roasted gourmet coffee, loose-leaf tea, and premium quality
hot chocolate. At only $10 a bag, why not support this great initiative and place an order? Go to page 12. Turn to page 15 to see how some local residents have managed to make a difference to the lives of orphanage children in Thailand. Their experiences have been rawly confronting, but they’ve had the reward of bringing excitement and joy to their lives as well. The Valley Reporter would like to welcome the newest thing to hit our streets. A gourmet lunch bar and fine foods shop called Mon Petit Gourmet has opened up in the hills. Check out page 17 for a rundown on the range of goodies they have on hand to tempt your tastebuds. Also new to The Valley Reporter is Curulli’s Seafood Market, who are conveniently located at 50 Forrest Road Armadale, and are open Wednesday to Sunday. It’s a family owned and operated business specialising in fresh WA seafood. Come in for free cooking advice
Fiona Newland EDITOR/PUBLISHER from their qualified Chef! See page 18 for more. The Gosnells District Neighbourhood Watch is actively searching for new volunteers to assist with a new program of events for 2013/2014. If you think that you could be one of them, then go to page 22 for all their contact details. There are businesses, both new and old, which The Valley Reporter would like to welcome. Please show your support by shopping smart and shopping local at the Mon Petit Gourmet, Curulli’s Seafood Market, AAA Brake & Mechanical Repairs, Kate Sheldrick Massage Therapist, Simply Music (Theo den Haan), Rosey Cheeks High Tea & Vintage Ware Hire, Gosnells District Neighbourhood Watch, The Manse Restaurant and Loud Beauty.
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Calling all community groups seeking fundinG The first round of the City of Armadale’s Community Grants Program for 2013 2014 will open on 1 August. Community groups can apply for up to $1000 for initiatives that benefit local residents. Notfor-profit organisations such as sporting clubs, welfare, educational (School P&Cs only), arts, cultural, children and families, youth, seniors and disability groups, servicing the City of Armadale are eligible to apply. Funding can be used for a variety of purposes including costs associated with staging events, training and workshops, equipment and community based activities. Grants are awarded to eligible not-forprofit community groups/organisations for projects or activities which benefit the local community, do not require ongoing
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A Crafty Day event will be held at the Mia Flora Garden Centre in Karragullen on Sunday the 27th of October. From 9:30am onwards, our gates will be open to all you crafty-minded people out there. All you have to do is turn up with your goods to sell, a small table, a chair, possibly an umbrella, and yourself. Entry will cost $5, and you can set yourself up wherever you wish on the grounds. It’s an opportunity for a lovely outing, for both you and anyone wanting to purchase locally crafted goods. Space is running out fast, so be quick about getting in! To register, please call Marjorie on 9397 6003 before Monday the 30th of September. We can’t wait to see you! Mia Flora Garden Centre is located on Brookton Highway in Karragullen.
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JUNIOR TROPHY PRESENTATION, FUN DAY and AGM, Springdale Park 11:00am - 2:00pm, Saturday 7th of September Come along and enjoy the fun with a bouncy castle, bucking bull, games and of course trophies for all our fantastic Roleystone Tigers players. It’s your chance to say thanks to all your hardworking coaches, team managers and support staff for a successful and funpacked 2013 season. If you want to get more hands-on with your brilliant Club, then put your hand up at the AGM, which will be held on the day. RJFC needs more parents to step up and join the Committee. Remember, it’s not what the Club does for you, but what you do for the Club! The Canteen will be open with lots of delicious food on offer, as well as some lovely coffee and hot chocolate available too. YOUTH TROPHY PRESENTATION NIGHT, Roleystone Hall 6:00pm onwards, Saturday 21st of September Entry to the Youth Trophy Presentation Night will cost $28 per adult, and $17 per child of 12 years or under. Players enter for free, but must be accompanied by an adult. The event will be catered by The Manse Restaurant, with cool drinks available to buy on the night. Tickets can be bought from Samantha Saffioti on 9397 5584. 40th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS The RJFC is celebrating 40 years in our community, and would like to invite all past and present players, family and friends to Springdale Park to help commemorate this significant milestone for our great Club. Come along to reminisce and catch up with fellow players and supporters. If you haven’t got on board the silent auction yet, head to our Facebook page for your chance to grab some great footy gear. Any enquiries can be directed to President Adam Hancock on 0429 353 019, or Vice President Samantha Saffioti on 9397 5584.
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The Roleystone Girl Guides are an active group of girls aged from 7 to 13, who meet every Monday afternoon to learn about leadership, community involvement, and the outdoors, all whilst making new friends and having lots of fun. There are two age groups within the Guides, which are the 7’s to 9’s and the 9’s to 13’s. The Guides are constantly working to improve their own skills in a wide variety of areas, from first aid and life skills to the arts, crafts, hikes, and campfire nights. Prospective Guides can attend the Guide hall as a visitor to see if they would like to join. If interested, please contact Roxy (Ladybird) Davin on 0412 657 166. Liz Agafonoff.
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ELECTRICAL Domestic Jarrahdale Walks Sunday 25th August 2013 Views & Rambles; Two interesting walks on offer both ending on Baldwin’s Bluff above Serpentine On Sunday the 25th of August, I will be taking interested people on two guided walks through the Serpentine-Jarrahdale area, specifically Baldwin’s Bluff. For the easy one, we’ll be driving up to the top of the scarp (in convoy, so we don’t lose any of you), and walking along the flat ridge, where you can admire the spring flowers and picnic on the rocks way above the Serpentine plain. For the hale and hearty, there is a really steep climb up the scarp, which has the great reward of the views at the top, and will finish with joining the walkers for a BYO picnic. Both walks will take about 2 hours, plus half an hour for the picnic. The walks will begin at the Old Post Office Museum in Jarrahdale, at 10:30am. There will be signs to guide you if you feel lost. Why not make a day of it, and visit the Jarrahdale Country Markets to get your fresh produce? They start at 8:30am, so it all fits in well together. After your walk, why not drive up to the Millbrook Winery or to the Serpentine Dam? Jarrahdale is a super place to spend some time, and the kids will love it just as much as you. We look forward to welcoming you all. If you would like more information, please call me on 0417 357 352, or go to the website www. jarrahdale.com. Warmest regards, Dr Sheila Twine President Jarrahdale Heritage Society.
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A fun photograph from our last walk on the 28th of July. Taken at the huge log by the Jarrah tree indicator pole. Melissa Matheson was able to be with us to tell the 50 walkers all about her Turtle Creek project. We then walked ‘round the bridges’ and back to the Centenary Log, and through the new clearing of the park which was duly admired as the dead trees and weeds are gradually going. The rain kept off till after we had sampled lots of different teas, from ginger to peppermint.
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New beginners’ courses at Armadale meditation group The local meditation group at Armadale Hospital has been packed to the rafters recently, according to Roleystone resident and the group’s co-ordinator, Rachel Green. “We are having a series of three Beginners’ courses, each lasting four evenings and each taught by the same teacher. Usually we have a different teacher each week, but this can be unnerving for beginners, so this is a new approach for us. The response to it has been excellent.” This is not the only change being introduced within the meditation group. Usually the teachers are all men, specifically the Buddhist monks from the Bodhinyana monastery in Serpentine. However, since they currently on three months retreat, the group has decided to introduce a series of female teaching. Rachel explained, “It is a new development which so far has been well-received.
I am teaching the first beginners’ course and it has been packed, which is very exciting. There is plenty of stress in the Roleystone, Armadale and Kelmscott areas, so I am focusing on how to use meditation to reduce and manage stress and anxiety. The group provides a wonderful and much-needed service to people, which is also free, so everyone can afford it!” Rachel’s course started on Tuesday the 30th of July, and will continue on the 6th, 13th and 20th of August. The second Beginners’ course will begin on Tuesday the 27th of August, and will continue on the 3rd, 10th and 17th of September. The second course will be taught by Sister Hue Can, a Buddhist nun from the Vietnamese Zen Buddhist tradition. She is quite popular. The third course will start on Tuesday the 24th of September, and will continue on the 1st, 8th
and 15th of October. “It is taught by the lovely Pauline Shield, a long time meditation practitioner. She used to be a nurse at the Armadale Hospital, but she’s been retired for many years. She is a delightful person with a very positive outlook, despite all the trials of being a pensioner with rheumatoid arthritis,” said Rachel. The group meets in the Community Health building in the Armadale Hospital grounds, at 7:00pm each Tuesday evening. Sessions usually finish at about 8:35pm. The group has been running for 26 years now, and has many Roleystone residents attending. Everyone and anyone is welcome to come. There is no need to book, and you don’t have to bring anything. If you need any more information, you can email Rachel at armadale@ bswa.org, or call her on 9390 1188 between 9:00am and 1:00pm from Monday to Friday.
“I won’t neglect Canning like Labor and Liberal have,” says Wendy Lamotte Wendy Lamotte, the Palmer United Party candidate for Canning, says her seat is one which is constantly neglected by Labor and Liberal, even though it is championed during their campaigning. “Both Labor and Liberal have a lot to say about Canning in the lead up to an election, yet they never follow through with their promises,” Ms Lamotte said. “The seat needs someone who understands the changing dynamics of the area, and will fight for change in the community. I stand to fulfill that role. I am a third generation Western Australian who has lived in the electorate for over 15 years. I am a mother, a business owner and active community member. I want to do more than just listen, I want to bring positive change to our community by addressing issues which need fixing.” The Palmer United Party aims to: • Ban paid political lobbyists from becoming party officials; • Abolish and refund the carbon tax; • Revise the current Australian Government's refugee policy, to ensure that Australia is protected, and that refugees are given opportunities for a better future and lifestyle; • Create mineral wealth by adding value
through downstream processing in Australia and exporting products at a higher dollar value, thereby creating more revenue, jobs, tax and more facilities for all Australians; • Invest $20 billion into Australian schools and make non-government school fees tax deductible; • Create an NDIS which cares for everyone and does not discriminate on age; • Establish a system whereby if a particular region creates wealth, a significant percentage of that wealth should go back to the region. “During this election, we have the chance to make real change, by voting for a party and a candidate who will deliver,” Ms Lamotte declared. Wendy Lamotte would like to hear from members of the community on any issues that affect the seat of Canning. She can be contacted via her webpage www. wendylamotte.com.
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By Dr Judith Congrene Early in July this year, I was asked to visit a dog at home for possible treatment with acupuncture. Spencer is a 6 year old Rhodesian Ridgeback, who has been diagnosed with Wobblers Syndrome. Wobblers Syndrome is a severe condition in which there is compression of the spinal cord in the neck region, resulting in a lack of coordination in the back legs. It is usually found in middle-aged large dogs breeds. Spencer had the usual symptoms of wobbly gait and neck pain, as well as weakness in his limbs, with difficulty in getting up and down, and moving around in general. The condition had progressed to involve his front legs as well. Although he has been treated medically at a local veterinary clinic, his owners were
aware that alternative treatment options such as surgery and acupuncture are available, so they sought my assistance to assess and treat Spencer at home. It was very confronting for Spencer’s owners to see their beloved pet in such a distressing physical state. Their first consultation with me involved the physical examination of the patient, assessment of the severity of the symptoms, and how the medication previously prescribed was helping Spencer. In the process, a treatment plan was developed to address the pain and wobbly gait. It’s all very well, having a great treatment plan in theory, but in practice it comes down to whether the patient is willing to cooperate with my plan. Spencer was a star patient for his first treatment, and his owners noticed an immediate improvement. Over the next week, they were delighted to be able to start reducing his medications. Spencer’s medication is now down to a maintenance level, and his owners report that his walking is the best it has been since his original diagnosis. What a great result!
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Attention all stay-athome parents! Every day from 9:00am to 11:00am, Roleystone Gumnut Playgroup is having sessions where you can bring your children along to play for 2 hours with other kids their age, while you enjoy a cup of coffee, a biscuit, and the company of other Mums and Dads like you. Our playgroup is run by Mums who just want our children to have fun as they learn and grow. We have some amazing new toys for the kids to play with, such as our new kiddie swing. There is also a new Stop and Go sign for the kids to use whilst driving the new cars, plus an endless amount of fun with sandpit toys. We have a whole cupboard full of cars, trucks, doll houses, big wooden blocks and so much more for the children to choose from. This term we are fundraising for our Family Fun Day, which
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Boy and Head Girl, Liam and Elouise carried the School flag in an entrance procession with students from other Catholic Schools. The Mass was a very special occasion and a fitting beginning to this year’s Festival.
Year 4/5 Theatre Excursion On Monday the 5th of August, the Year 4/5 class from Good Shepherd Catholic Primary School in Kelmscott, went to the Perth Concert Hall to see the production of Shakespeare Shenanigans by the Black Swan State Theatre Company. We had a really long bus drive, but it was all worth it when we went inside the theatre. It really was such a sight! The two actors, who were both men, performed a number of Shakespearean fight scenes. It made us all laugh when they dressed up as women for a fight scene, complete with fluffy skirts and bras over their shirts. After going to the production, the class enjoyed lunch and some play time at Heathcote Point Park. Everyone loved the sea breeze and running around the pirate ship playground. This is a world class playground, and we had a great time!
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This term, the Year One students at Good Shepherd Catholic Primary School in Kelmscott are entering an exciting area of the Australian National Curriculum. They will be focusing on Australian history, and looking at distinguishing between the past and present. They have been exploring the differences between schooling in the ‘olden days’ and the present. The students cringed, when they found out that a cane was once used in schools! This week is special for the Year One students and their families, as they kick off News Week. It will be a wonderful opportunity for them to discover what happened to their parents before they were born. The Year One’s are loving being able to use their creativity and imagination as they think about the future. When asked what their homes would look like in the future, Harrison said, “My house becomes a rocket house and is able to go wherever it wants”. We are excited to see how the children’s learning will progress this term.
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The month of August is turning out to be an exciting one for the students at Good Shepherd Catholic Primary School in Kelmscott, as they participate in the annual Catholic Schools Performing Arts Festival. Over the month of August, more than two thousand entries from Catholic schools all over Western Australia will take part in the Festival. The Performing Arts has a strong emphasis in the curriculum at Good Shepherd, so each class from Year One through to Year Six will participate in the Festival. The school will present a variety of items including choral speech, percussion ensemble, choral singing, and a performance by the School Band. On Thursday the 25th of July, four senior students from the school represented Good Shepherd at the Opening Mass for the Festival. The Mass was conducted at Saint Mary’s Cathedral in Perth. Head
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Roleystone’s Netballers have certainly been busy! Our Under 12’s recently participated in the KDNA Carnival, our JUMP girls Alure Dunsire, Elle Connor, Jamie Hodges and Rachel Charlesworth took to the courts with umpire whistles instead of netballs, and several of our squad umpires will soon be assessed for their National C Badge. Good luck to Sophie Boughton, Kate Bunten and Savannah Prince. In addition, special congratulations must go to Jamie Hodges, Elle Connor and Eleni Arotis for making it into the 12/13 year old Darling Range Regional Squad, and to Caitlin Williams and Kate Bunten for making it into this year’s Darling Range Academy. Awesome effort! The Roleystone Netball Club would like to belatedly welcome Kayla Holroyd and Coral de Snoo to the KDNA and Roley Umpire Squads. Well done girls! A reminder to all our teams that our up-and-coming annual club sausage sizzle/cake stall fundraiser will be held at Ray Owen on Saturday the 24th of August. Parents, please
support your Club in this once a year event. Also don’t forget that team photographs are being done on the same day, so you girls had better come looking your best, and wearing a smile. The Club would like to take this opportunity to thank Ken Walker for auditing the books for 2012. We really appreciate all the time and effort you have put into this time-consuming task. Furthermore, thanks must go to all our fantastic sponsors, who continue to support us. As the season will almost be finished before the next issue of The Valley Reporter goes to print, the Club would like to congratulate all of our teams who will have made it into the finals. Win or lose, you are all winners in our eyes. It’s been an excellent season, thanks to everyone. For enquiries, please contact Club Registrar Sharlene Warnes at firstname.lastname@example.org, or on 9496 0452. Pictured: Roley 17 (Net Set Go) have had a great season learning all about how to play netball.
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I would like to share with you some photographs of our recent trip to Pakkred, Thailand at C.C.D. (Christian Care for Children with Disabilities). Along with my daughter Quintess, a behaviour therapist for children with autism, and Michelle Barrett, a teacher’s assistant for special needs High School children, I held drumming and dancing workshops at Rainbow House Daycare, as well as other daycares within state-run orphanages, and one of the C.C.D’s community-based Rehabilitation Centres. The experience was rawly confronting, but it was so rewarding to see the excitement and joy that the children got out of it. Drumming is a wonderful medium to interact with children who have special needs. It is so humbling working with orphans who have such a vast range of special needs, and are still so appreciative of the time you spend with them. Students who are willing to practise their areas of study (eg. physiotherapy, social work, occupational therapy, speech therapy, education, etc.) would be ideal candidates to volunteer, but we would still encourage any person who is willing to spend 3 months working with these children to apply. Your time and dedication would be greatly appreciated by both the children and the Thai staff, who are constantly under-manned. Many of the children have the potential to learn new skills, but sadly lack the opportunity. Sometimes it is only with the help of volunteers that the children are able to receive individualised one-on-one learning opportunities so that they may develop their skills. I would like to thank my family and friends for supporting me in this venture. I must also acknowledge the kind support of various local businesses and enterprises, including Genesis Health Club, John Calvin High School, Mulberry Tree Roleystone Daycare, Roleystone Hillbellies, Roleystone Country Club, Roleystone Courier, The Valley Reporter, and WA Treeworks. Together, we have managed to raise $2000 for C.C.D, which will be used to buy drums and other musical instruments for the children. Photographs from our trip can be viewed on C.C.D. Thailand’s Facebook page, and more information can be found at www.ccdthailand.org. To make a difference to both your life and a child, contact C.C.D Australia’s representative Jill Reitsema at firstname.lastname@example.org. Petra White.
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Like it or not, our Council will be amalgamated with the Council of Serpentine-Jarrahdale in about 2 years time. It is hard to know what the exact implications will be for us, but a picture is slowly forming. Serpentine-Jarrahdale is a rapidly growing rural shire, and one of Australia’s fastest growing localities. Their current population is 21,502, and is forecast to reach 50,000 by 2031. Back in the late 1990’s to early 2000’s, by metro standards, the City of Armadale’s rates were very high, since the needs of the community were being financed with very little money coming in. Our roads were being kept at a high standard, but many of our council buildings and other infrastructure were unable to be maintained at a level that was expected. In addition, many other reasonable community requests were unable to be met. In the early 2000’s, the Southern Wungong Structure plan was released, and suddenly we were on our way. Today, the only item that has not yet been fully met in regards to final upgrading is the Armadale Aquatic Centre. I believe Serpentine-Jarrahdale is now at the same stage the City of Armadale was in around 2000. The Serpentine-Jarrahdale Shire will without a doubt be amalgamated into our
area, which has raised some real concerns by residents on both sides. Must we in the City of Armadale, who have already gone through the main financial pain threshold, be forced to take on the additional rate burdens, or accept lesser new facilities and less upgrading of our assets and services, in order to meet the demands of one of the fastest growing locations in the state? Those who will be elected to the new Local Government entity in approximately 2 years, will be working at a much more strategic level due to the areas involved. Roleystone, Karragullen and Bedfordale are the key rural areas represented by our two Councillors, but with the amalgamation of Serpentine-Jarrahdale, (which stretches out to Pinjarra, Kwinana and Rockingham), we will be components of a vast area of the Darling Scarp. Perhaps there will be the need to set up Residents’ Associations, so as to ensure information, issues and concerns are addressed in a timely manner. I believe that since the State Government is going to impose this amalgamation onto the City of Armadale, they should formally agree to commit real significant funding to the new entity for at least 10 years, to ensure that we will not be financially disadvantaged. Anything less is not acceptable. Pat Hart.
Roleystone ‘Spring Clean’ Market & Car Boot Sale The Roleystone Markets is a notfor-profit initiative, which has gone from strength to strength since its humble beginnings. Five local Roleystone women met, planned and began marketing to stall holders and punters alike. The first Roleystone Market was held in March this year, and was an overwhelming success. Held in conjunction with the City of Armadale’s Concert in the Park, the markets had over 1500 people attend throughout the day. The following Winter Market was even busier despite the torrential downpours, with even more people braving the rain. The number of stall holders doubled too. There’s been a wonderful response to the call for volunteers by locals, which is wonderful to see. The Roleystone Markets are now held quarterly at the old Primary School oval, on the corner of Jarrah Road and Robin Road in Roleystone. “We didn’t want to run the markets too frequently,” said stall holders coordinator Catherine Schaefer. “We felt that holding then quarterly would keep them small enough for a volunteer group to maintain, and keep them interesting and new for the public to attend.” The markets offer a distinctive mix of quality art, craft, provisions and produce, most of which is locally made and produced. The last market saw the first “Unique Machine
Display”, with people from all over bringing their unique and interesting machines along for the public to see. This was such a success, that we have decided to open the gates and hold the display again. “We make sure there is plenty for everyone to do, with a bouncy castle for the children, a small animal farm, pony rides, face painting, musical entertainment, delicious food vendors, and all the wonderful stalls.” The next Roleystone “Spring Clean” Market will be held on Sunday the 8th of September, from 9:00am to 2:00pm. It will feature a car boot sale, with bays available to anyone with treasure to sell for only $10. To book a bay, contact Maria Ford on 0407 985 319. Applications to have a stall at the next Roleystone Markets are still being accepted, and they can be obtained by Liking our Facebook Page “Roleystone Markets”, or by emailing roleystonemarkets@ yahoo.com.au.
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Mon Petit Gourmet, Roleystone’s/ Kelmscott’s newest gourmet lunch bar and fine foods shop, is an exciting addition to the local tapestry of small independent businesses. Located on Brookton Highway, this place is bound to have something for just about everybody’s tastebuds. Local resident owners Deborah and Darren have made it clear that Mon Petit Gourmet is not your everyday grocery store or deli, but a veritable smorgasbord of gourmet delights and unique delicacies that customers will just be dying to try! If the Winter weather has you craving something hot to eat, Mon Petit’s gourmet meat pies come in a plethora of delicious combinations, including chunky steak, pepper steak, steak, bacon and cheese, steak and mushroom. There are also delicious sausage rolls, available with either spinach and fetta or chicken tandoori. Mon Petit Gourmet has a wide deli selection of cold meats, cheeses, continental rolls and sandwiches. There’s also 10 different varieties of New Norcia bread available, for anyone wanting to make their lunch a little bit fancier. If you have a serious sweet tooth, Mon Petit Gourmet is the place to go for your fix. There’s an assortment of cakes, slices and cookies in store, so you’ll be spoiled for choice. The gourmet ice cream range is organic, and comes in gluten-free, nut-free, dairy-free and soya-free varieties. In addition to the everpopular Bruce Rock shortbread and biscotti, there’s a tantalizing array of condiments including locally produced honey, truffle oil, and French quality chocolate. Ooh la la! For the thirsty customers, Mon Petit Gourmet has pretty much everything covered. There are takeaway coffees, coffee beans from the local owner of Crema, frappes, tea products, and 24 different milkshake flavours. That’s right, 24! The unusual list of flavours include lavender, amaretto, bubble gum, elderflower, green apple, kiwi, mojito, toasted marshmallow, toffee crunch, watermelon, irish cream, and tiramisu. It’s hard to think of anything that Mon Petit Gourmet doesn’t have to suit your culinary needs. They have a fully organic and gluten-free range, they cater to a diverse ethnic clientele, they sell both local and imported products, and they offer gift baskets and gourmet hampers. They even have free daily tempters of many of their products. If by chance there is something you’d like that they don’t have, they’ll be happy to try and source it for you. Mon Petit Gourmet’s fresh new premises are located at 198 Brookton Highway Kelmscott, near the new bridge. The shop is easily accessible, has ample parking, and is open alongside Kim Valley Chinese Restaurant and Zia’s Ristorante. You can call Deborah and Darren on 9390 1912, or send an email to email@example.com. Feel free to Like our Facebook page too!
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Roleybushcare – We Salute You I just had the pleasure of reading through an overview of the history of the Roleybushcare group, who were originally set up as the Roleystone Dieback group 19 years ago. The first site they treated for Phytophthora Dieback (DP) was at the Roleystone High School, which was quite successful. The injectors that they had at the time were so cumbersome that the late Mike Beilby designed and manufactured his own hydraulic injector from various engine parts, which proved to be very useful for a good decade. Roleybushcare now uses the commercial tree injectors which have became available. Unless you have been involved with this wonderful group, I do not believe you would fully comprehend their amazing environmental commitment and innovations, as well as the great benefits they have given back to our natural environment. They have ensured that all the Roleystone reserves are named, and have designed and implemented strategic plans to protect every bushland reserve in Roleystone. They have developed a data base to record all aspects of work undertaken on each reserve, and to ensure they are treated against PD every 5 years. Roleybushcare has made certain that every reserve has a custodian to watch over their specific site, report on any concerns, and assist in their management. Since Roleybushcare began, there have been no reported incidences of Phytophthora dieback tree deaths on these reserves.
When conditions are not suitable for the trees to take the injections, Roleybushcare members undertake weeding instead, and have planted hundreds of thousands of trees, transforming our reserves into the wonderful natural assets that they are. In and under storey and have transformed these reserves into wonderful natural assets for us all. By undertaking the weeding programs, they have also assisted in fire management. The Roleybushcare Group holds information days, gives assistance to community groups outside of Roleystone, teaches about PD in schools, works with industry to show how to treat trees, hold fields 11 months of the year, and has created many pamphlets and other information brochures. The Group works closely with the City of Armadale, who own these reserves, and they have a great relationship with the Council Bushcare Team. The community have responded with great support to the groups advertised field days, which always have great turnouts, rewarded by morning tea. Last year they recorded 2320 volunteer hours. As you can see, we are very fortunate to have the Roleybushcare group in our community, safeguarding our natural environment for future generations. Pat Hart - Chairperson, City Armadale Bushcare and Environment Working Group. Pictured (below) Roleybushcare 10th Birthday, includes Mike Beilby.
Roleystone Theatre has had a busy three months. In early June, the Theatre held its second event as part of it’s 80th Birthday celebrations. Our Vaudeville Night attracted a small but lively audience, and featured the talents of Mr Paul Treasure, Ms Donna Williams and Miss T Falls. In July, we held our latest production, a locally written pantomime called “Unwanted Wishes”. Directed by Linda Rhodes, this was a tale of music, mystery and romance. The show introduced several new members to the theatre, and welcomed backed current theatre members Joshua Mitting, Rachael Wright, Jack Barker and Kim Fletcher. This August, we hosted a series of teen workshops, focusing on acting for the screen. The workshops, run by Hayley Parker, are aimed at teens aged 12 and up. In case you missed out this time around, we are hoping to continue to run similar workshops, so keep an eye out for further information early next year. Early in August, we also held auditions for the theatre’s final production of 2013, the much-loved classic “Peter Pan”. We are please to announce casting in the following roles: Peter Pan - Celeste Underhill, Captain Hook - Brad Towton and Mr Smee - Andre Steve’s Unique Victor. Please watch out for further information regarding this show over the next few months. Our next season is Eco Handmade currently in rehearsal, and is a selection of one-act plays and a melodrama, directed by Sherril Wallis, Brad Towton and Gerry Chapman. The performances are for a limited season, on the 6th and 7th of September. Book now at Art & Handycrafts www.roleystonetheatre.com.au. Roleystone Theatre’s Open Day will be on October the 6th, and we’re so looking forward to seeing everyone there. “Storytime in the Hills” will be on the 9th, 11th and 12th of October. Keep an eye out for our November events as well, which will include the performance of “Peter Pan”, and our 80th Birthday Picnic.
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As a result of both my PhD research and my personal support for bird conservation, I have created a short education animated film and webpage about Baudin’s and Carnaby’s cockatoos, called “A Tale of Two Cockatoos”. As part of my studies, I have been investigating how Australian society values Baudin’s and Carnaby’s, and have discovered why Carnaby’s cockatoos are favoured over Baudin’s. The findings form part of my thesis, which will be published in the near future. This research was funded by The Nature Conservancy Applied Conservation Award 2011, and it is my hope that I can use some of those funds to develop a communication strategy to raise public awareness of the plight of the two cockatoo species, and to help people find practical ways to get involved in conservation efforts. A Tale of Two Cockatoos is the result. On the webpage, I have included links to a number of key conservation and research groups, with brief details on the ways they are helping to conserve the cockatoos.
I have asked these groups to support distribution of the film via their networks. My hope is that people will watch the film, go to the webpage, and be inspired to take some action via these organisations’ activities. The Nature Conservancy is also promoting the film and webpage on their international science blog and Australian Facebook page. This will help to get the film out there and promote Baudin’s and Carnaby’s research and conservation activities to new audiences. Please consider including the film in your own communication strategies, by distributing the webpage URL to your networks, and/or embedding the video on your website or social media page. I will also be distributing “A Tale of Two Cockatoos” via my websites, social media and other networks. I hope you will support the film and look forward to hearing from you. The link to “A Tale of Two Cockatoos” can be found here: http://cockatoos.treehugger.com. au/. Gill Ainsworth.
High Tea in the Hills Stuck for ideas for your next celebration? Why not add a touch of class and throw your very own High Tea? Roleystone is such a creative and innovative little town, brimming with opportunities. Like many before her, a local resident has found a niche in the market, and introduced Rosey Cheeks. Rosey Cheeks is a Roleystone based company that specialises in vintage china and decorative accessories to make your event a truly special and memorable occasion. The ever-growing collection includes English, Japanese and German vintage china duos, trios, cake and dinner plates, linen, cake and cupcake stands, tea pots, cocktail items, punch bowls and much more. Whether you’re hosting a high tea at home for friends and family, wanting to create a unique event for a special celebration, or you need some vintage items to give your wedding, baby shower or photo set an authentic look, with Rosey Cheeks’ selection of vintage china, vintage metal, antique and floral designs, you’ll be spoiled for choice! Rosey Cheeks’ attention to detail will help you create a beautiful occasion without stress. Starting from $130 for a party of 10, you can select from our various packages, such as ‘The Clever Bridesmaid’, ‘Baby Shower’, ‘Cocktail’, ‘Wedding’ and many more. If you’d like to see your vision brought to life, contact us now and find out how to make your classy vintage-themed event a reality! Mention The Valley Reporter ad at the time of placing an order to receive delivery and pick-up completely free of charge! You can visit the website www.roseycheeksrental.com. au or Facebook page https://www.facebook. com/pages/Rosey-Cheeks for package prices and information. Also feel free to contact Evie on 0418 956 519, or at her email address email@example.com.
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Five-dollar school holiday fun in the Hills A fun and affordable time for children of all ages will be waiting at Roleystone Theatre during the October school holidays. For only $5, you can treat your children to “Storytime in the Hills”, a performance which features two short plays written and directed by local music teacher Nicole George. “The story called ‘Kyle’s Rainbow Day’ is about a young man named Kyle who decides to wear his favourite shirt to school for free-dress day,” she said. “Along the way he learns it’s okay to be yourself and a little different, as well as some nifty songs about different colours. ‘Caramel’s Sweet Tooth’ is about a lovely, fluffy sweet bear called Caramel, who likes to eat sweets, and nothing else! When he eats one too many sweets at Pretty Dolly’s birthday party, they have to call the Toy Doctor.” A long-time member of Roleystone
Theatre, George also appeared in the Australian premiere of the Southern American comedy “Second Samuel” at the Subiaco Arts Centre in 2010. “I think ‘Storytime in the Hills’ came about last year when we recognised there was a need for theatre shows for our little ones,” she said. “A lot of Roleystone Theatre members have young children, but we were limited in what we could take them to see in the area, so it was suggested we write our own short plays to meet this need.” “Storytime in the Hills” will play at 11:00am and 2:00pm on October 9th, 11th and 12th. The Roleystone Theatre is located at 587 Brookton Highway, Roleystone, opposite the Croyden Road junction. All tickets cost $5, and include a light snack (children under three are free, but must sit on an adult’s lap). To book, call 9397 5730 or go to www.roleystonetheatre.com.au.
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This year we are hoping to have as many men join us as ladies, to support this great cause. Roleystone Bendigo Bank is one of the many local businesses who have shown their continued support to Girls on the Porch. Ticket numbers are limited. It would be much appreciated if you are able to inform us of any special dietary requirements when purchasing your tickets.
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Mary Carroll Park Discovery Walk Sunday 25 August, 9am - 11am Take a wander around seasonal wetland discovering smaller critters, insects and bugs. Where they live, what they eat, how they move and finish with a cuppa. Birds of Prey Sunday 15 September, 9.30am - 11.30am Join WA Birds of Prey and get up close and personal with some Birds of Prey that visit your local wetland - have courage to hold one then take a short walk and finish with a cuppa. Macro Invertebrates Saturday 12 October, 9.30am - 11.30am Let’s scoop and discover all that lurks in the waters of our lake. Can you identify our local frogs? Discuss how to help over a cuppa. Breakfast with Birds Sunday 17 November, 7.30am - 10am Take a stroll to watch waterbirds feed, learn about feeding, mating, nesting and observe young on their nests then enjoy a healthy breakfast listening to the chorus of bush birds. Ellis Brook Valley Nature Rambles Enjoy a guided walk through Ellis Brook Valley with Naturalist Marc Lane and experience a spectacular bush reserve. Each walk allows you to discover new wildflowers and
local birds, insects and animals. Sunday 8 September, 9am - 11.30am Sunday 6 October, 10am - 11.30am Sunday 10 November, 9am - 11.30am Meet at Darling Range Wildlife Shelter (east end of Hayward Road). Night Stalks Ellis Brook Valley Friday 4 October, 6.45pm - 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 Hallow, Rushton Road, Martin. Ellis Brook Valley entrance gate closes at 6.45pm. Mary Carroll Park Friday 29 November, 7pm - 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 diamond eyes of spiders and listen for a frog chorus and bats on high. Bookings are essential, call on 9397 3111, for more information visit www.gosnells.wa.gov.au/ events.
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open for changes to this class’ time slot, which may be reviewed. The Art Angels & Soldiers structured classes for 13 to 15 year olds will be from 1:30pm to 3:00pm, and will also cost $10 per session. We would love to hear expressions of interest for the Youth Artists of Armadale group, in which 16 to 21 year olds can work together on community-based projects and exhibitions, for only $5 a session. The sessions run from 3:00pm to 5:00pm, and require a minimum of 5 people in order to be conducted. For more information, call Julie Pheasant on 0407 975 614. To send her a message or make a booking, visit the Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/ FAandME?ref=hl.
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Since Sunday the 4th of August, Julie Pheasant for FAME (Film Art Mind Education) has been hosting Artsmartz Club Classes at the Armadale Community Family Centre, located at 101 Challis Road Armadale. From 9:30am to 11:00am on alternating Sundays, classes will be held for the Artsmartz Juniors Club, which accepts kids from 4 to 7 years of age. Supervision and accompaniment by a parent, carer or guardian is required, so coffee and tea will be available. For $7.50, your kids will be able to enjoy a session of exciting and stimulating arts, crafts, exploration and fun. Structured classes costing $10 per session for the Artsmartz Seniors Club (8 to 12 years of age) will be from 11:30am to 1:00pm. Unfortunately, next Sunday’s class for the 8 to 12 year olds will not be held, due to much of the class being unable to attend. Please keep your eyes
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Get fit and healthy in time for Summer There are a range of fitness programs and activities available for people of all ages to help you get fit and healthy in time for summer. The Armadale Arena offers a variety of fitness activities, aimed at improving overall fitness and health, at affordable prices. The Arena’s Seniors That Actively Retire (STAR) fitness program helps over 55s improve their fitness through a personalised gym program in a social and supportive environment. The XLR8 personal training sessions will help you achieve fitness goals through tailored 30 or 60 minute training sessions
with a qualified instructor. The popular RadKidz program for 4 to 12 year olds, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, is designed specifically to address growing childhood obesity concerns. There are also a range of indoor sports competitions including basketball Scrimmage, Indoor Soccer, Daytime Ladies Netball and Indoor Netball. The Arena also offers a crèche service for busy parents looking to get a quick workout in during the day. For more information on class times, days and costs visit www.armadale.wa.gov.au or call 9399 0840.
Calling all Young Reinventors The Young Reinventor of the Year competition is back, and better than ever. This year’s theme is plastic fantastic and aims to give old plastic a new life by turning it in to a useful invention or beautiful artwork. The Young Reinventor of the Year competition is open to all school aged students in the Cities of Armadale and Gosnells and the Serpentine Jarrahdale Shire. Armadale Mayor Henry Zelones said participants will find out interesting information about recycling and reuse, and learn to think differently about waste and how they consume. “Young people are encouraged to work
as a group to collaboratively create a sculpture, invention or other creative masterpiece from predominantly recycled plastic materials. “This year the competition is online, so it’s even easier to get involved. Just build your creation with your community group or school, get a teacher or group leader to register on the website, upload the photographs and go into the running to win some great prizes from REmida, the Creative Reuse Centre. “The website also includes great ideas and video tutorials on creating with recycled plastic, and you can see last year’s winning entries from St Jude’s Primary School and Southern Hills Christian College,” said Mayor Zelones. For more information or to get involved please visit www.switchyourthinking. com/young-reinventor-of-the-year or call Switch your thinking! on 9397 3208.
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Get rid of junk for free There are a number of items the City of Armadale’s Landfill and Recycling Facility on Hopkinson Road in Hilbert will accept free of charge. Items which can be dropped off at the Landfill free of charge: Cardboard boxes (flattened), Scrap metal, Aluminium cans, Batteries, White goods including fridges, washing machines, dishwashers, ovens etc. Glass bottles, Firewood – Eucalypt 400 millimetre blocks Motor Oil (first 20 litres). Armadale Mayor Henry Zelones said the items which the Landfill does take it for free are recyclable. “Items such as fridges, washing machine and ovens can be
recycled. This ultimately reduces waste going into landfill. “This is a great way to get rid of your unwanted items and hopefully will reduce the occurrences of illegal dumping on vacant blocks, reserves and bushland areas. “Residents can also use their free e-waste passes which come with the annual Junk Collection notice to dispose of electronic items such as computer or televisions, which can also be recycled. If you don’t have an e-waste pass you can use a tip pass or your electronic goods can be disposed of for a very reasonable cost,” said Mayor Zelones. For more information visit www. armadale.wa.gov.au or call Waste Services on 9399 0111.
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Over the last couple of months, the new 2013/2014 committee has been hard at work, preparing for the start of the season in early October. Last week we had some very successful tee-ball and baseball clinics (in between the showers) at Roleystone Community College, thanks to the coordination of Roger Mills. We would also like to thank Owen Reid, Guy Bellair and Adam Millson from Perth Heat, who came along to the baseball clinic. The children enjoyed the clinics immensely, especially when they got to pitch to the radar gun. Our Registration Days will be held on the here listed dates and times at the Roleystone Shopping Centre. New players, please bring your birth certificate. We look forward to seeing some new recruits, and would encourage anyone with an interest to also attend our Have A Go Day and Meet the Coach Day. We are hoping to field both a Little League and Junior League Baseball team this year, but this depends entirely upon getting coaches, scorers and umpires. Umpires are paid weekly, and a free Umpires course is being held on the 29th of September. We would like to encourage parents to be active with their children at
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Roleystone Gymnastics Club Is running Kindergym class for 2-4yr olds during the mornings from Mon-Thurs 1010.45am. If you would like your child to have a complementary class, you can contact roleystonegymnastics@hotmail. com or call 9496 1484. They are also on Facebook; Roleystone Gymnastics Club Inc. topaze designS Kids After School Art & Craft Workshops; Kids After School Art & Craft Workshops Tues & Thurs 4-5pm $20 per session or pay up-front for 6 sessions for $90. All art & craft material supplies included. Adult Abstract Art Workshops; In these workshops we will cover many different forms of painting techniques which are suited for beginners with the emphasis on having lots of fun & relaxation. Cost: $35pp 2hrs. Includes: Morning tea, canvas, all art supplies included. Abstract Art Workshop Days: Mon-Sat 10-12pm. Venue: Topaze Studio, 39 Tyers Rd Roleystone. Mob: 0418 912 023. Bazaar Nights & Camel Bites Fourth annual fund-raiser for Women’s Health & Wellbeing Services the night is set to be one you wont forget. With belly dancing & Bollywood performances throughout the night, door prizes, live musician, DJ, silent auctions, cash bar, and chance to get up on the dance floor, this night holds something for everyone. Sat 21 Sept, 7-11pm. Cost: Adults - $10, Children (u12) - $5, Children (u4) Free, Performers - Donations. Where: Kelmscott Hall, River Rd. Tickets available from WHWS, Mad Camel Belly Dance or at the door. *Food & drinks will be available to purchase on the night. NO BYO at the venue. For more info ring 9490 2258. Men of the Trees presents Festival of the Trees Saturday 7 Sept
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other IMPORTANT NUMBERS: 000 Fire or Life Threatening Emergencies, 13 25 00 SES Assistance,1300 657 209 Emergency Information, Armadale Police 9399 0222, Healthdirect Hotline 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
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A SAFE, FUN PLACE FOR CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES. SESSIONS MONDAY TO FRIDAY REGISTRATION ESSENTIAL contact our new registrar Call Registrar Marie Hoffmann CONTACT OUR NEW REGISTRAR CONTACT OUR NEW REGISTRAR ROBYN DAWSON 9397 7116 kym graham 9397 9158 BATHGATE 9498 1968 onCAROLYN 0404 996 670
Roleystone Karragullen Seniors Club (Inc) 46 Jarrah Road, Roleystone Phone : 9496 3166 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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
KARATE-DO KOFUKAN KARATE-DO KARATE-DO INTERNATIONAL INTERNATIONAL KOFUKAN
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
Winter Social Bowls now on Wednesday and Saturday from 12.30pm (Bowls Supplied) FREE 3 Month Membership for NEW MEMBERS and FREE Coaching Available Call Tony 0418 909 704 or Sylvia 9496 2973 O
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ROLEYSTONE BOWLS CLUB
we are 1.45-2.30pmand & Sat Openopen WedTues 11.30am-12.15pm 9.30-10.30am during the school term. Sat during school term. ALL9.30am-10.30am ENQUIRIES PLEASE PHONE Any please call 9496 or Callenquiries BelindaWHITEHEAD Bloxsome 0438 8841115 601 HEATHER 9496 0119 email email@example.com email firstname.lastname@example.org
Armadale Visitor Centre 40 Jull St, Armadale Ph: 9399 0410 www.visitarmadale.com.au Araluen Botanic Park 362 Croyden Rd, Roleystone Ph: 9496 1171 www.araluenbotanicpark.com.au Araluen Golf Resort Country Club Ave, Roleystone Ph: 9397 9000 www.araluenresort.com.au 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, www.karragullenexpo.org.au SmokeFree WA Kelmscott Annual Show October 2013 Rushton Prk, Kelm 9495 4001, email@example.com Pickering Brook Agricultural Show May 2014 Ph: 9293 8263 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 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 www.roleystonetheatre.com.au 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: email@example.com 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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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6 Wygonda Road, RoleySTone
ROLEYSTONE TENNIS CLUB (EST. 1944)
NEW MEMBERS WELCOME
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
COURTS FOR HIRE DAY OR NIGHT
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. email@example.com PO 6991. E: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. 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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Roleystone Toy Library
FATHERS DAY BREAKFAST: a la carte short menu luncH & DinnER: regular a la carte menu Book early to avoid disappointment
$20 Monthly lunch Special A cHoicE oF Two MAin couRSES
check out our Facebook for monthly lunch specials only available Monday - Saturday *Pictures for illustration purposes only
Brookton Hwy & Soldiers Rd, Roleystone Bookings 9496 0666 www.roleysontheridge.com
leprechaun’d Join us on Saturday 31st August for our
$85 per person Includes a scrumptious Buffet full of Irish favourites Irish Dancing throughout the evening Seats are limited. Bookings can be on 9397 9969 or email@example.com
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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