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This month’s magazine is chock-full of all sorts of stories, so pull up a chair and enjoy the read. A heart-warming story from the Make-A-Wish Foundation is on the front cover and on page 8 of this issue. Please take the time to read how the gift of a pony has brightened up a sick little girl’s life. The Roleystone Markets were once again a big success. There was an array of stall holders, a good turnout at the car boot sale, beautiful weather, and something for everyone. If you are in need of a holiday, then Travelways Gosnells have got a bargain for you. If you would love to go cruising on the Diamond Princess for 12 nights, then turn to page 13 for further details. Check out page 14 to see
who’s our Local Star for this month. Please keep the submissions coming, it’s always good to profile what great people we have within our community. The long wait endured by our local youths for our Roleystone skate park is finally over. The anticipated opening by the City of Armadale is temporarily pencilled in for the 26th of October but this is yet to be officially confirmed. Construction is now complete and after dodging the rain, some youth have already put the new skate park facility to the test. Turn to page 15 and see why a group of people got dressed in their flannies and mullets to support a recently held fundraising event in Cannington. A staggering $6,000 was raised from the night, with all the much-
Fiona Newland EDITOR/PUBLISHER needed funds going to Levi’s Gift charity. The Pickering Brook Heritage Group has once again compiled a ‘Toilers of the Soil’ 2014 Calendar which will go on sale at the Karragullen Expo on Saturday the 12th of October. It’s a great Christmas gift idea and something for everyone to enjoy. As we get closer to Christmas, please show your support for local community groups who are busy getting their creative wares ready for the annual Christmas Fairs. These are great for last-minute Christmas gift ideas for family, friends, or that special someone.
MEET THE FOUR CANDIDATES RUNNING FOR JARRAH WARD On Tuesday 24 September, you are invited to meet the 4 candidates who have nominated to fill one vacant seat as a Councillor to represent the Jarrah Ward with the City of Armadale. A public meeting will be held from 7.30pm at Roleystone Senior Centre, Jarrah Road, Roleystone. This is a great opportunity to meet the candidates, find out what their election platform is based on and to pose questions. While Local Government voting is not compulsory, every ratepayer should take the opportunity to have input as to who is elected to represent them in making decisions that have short and long term impacts on us all. Enquiries Pat Hart 0407 477 254.
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SHIRE MERGES Perhaps the WA Government Master Plan 2012-2018 (www.finance.wa.gov.au) is underwriting its procedure to merge Local Governments. The plan is to: 1) “Decentralise Government office accommodation from the CBD and the CBD fringe; 2) Locate Government office accommodation in metropolitan activity centres; 3) Co-locate Government agencies in regional towns.” The WA Government currently leases about 275,000sqm of Perth CBD office space, which has an A grade annual rent rate of about $850/sqm + outgoings. Without those outs, I estimate the WA Government is paying the lessors of that CBD space (say $725/sqm) about $200 million per year plus about $8,500 per year for each secure CBD car bay. The “work point” office space listed in the Master Plan 2012-2018 is 15sqm. So, with 275,000sqm, that equates to about 18,000 WA Government employees currently in the CBD. Local Governments occupy and enjoy Crown land courtesy of vesting orders. They don’t own it, except any Alienated Crown land they’ve bought, but not reverted to Crown Land. After all Local Government merges are done, supposedly some 15 Local Governments will be dissolved - but not the 15 administration buildings they once occupied. If those buildings average say 4,000sqm each, that means about 60,000sqm of office space will be available into which the WA Government could relocate about 4,000 of its CBD employees and stop annually paying lessors about $44 million in net rent plus more in car bay fees. But, as to decentralising the remaining 14,000 CBD WA Government employees into “metropolitan activity centres”, I can’t help but question where are the 210,000sqm of office space (equalling three QV1s plus Allendale Square) for them? And, the WA Government has apparently promised the employees of any dissolved Local Governments to keep them employed until July 2017 - which is until just six months before the Master Plan 2012-2018 ends. Paul Clune, Roleystone.
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Roleystone Theatre held its One Act Season on the 7th of September. Open to the public, the night was well attended and featured the performances of “Stalemate”, a directorial debut by Brad Towton and melodrama based on the play “She’s only a Miller’s Daughter” directed by Gerry Chapman, as well as the Laughing Horse Production of “Kecks” directed by Adam Salethial. Our next event is the Roleystone Theatre Open Day on Sunday the 6th of October. The Open Day is a free event and will be running from 10am to 3pm, with a variety of activities for the whole family throughout the day. There will be face painting and balloon twisting for the kids (and adults too if they so choose!); tours of the Theatre to allow the public a sneak peek at behind the scenes of a community theatre; make up demonstrations; a FREE sausage sizzle; photo, make up and costume displays of shows past; and
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Six-year old Fae Spearman from Byford has always dreamed of having her very own pony, and thanks to Make-A-Wish® Australia, that dream became a reality on Sunday the 8th of September, when Fae was presented with her special wish; a pony called Gypsy. Fae was diagnosed with neuroblastoma in March 2012, and has since endured countless rounds of chemotherapy, radiation, immune therapy and lengthy hospital stays. For Fae, the thought of one day having her own pony gave her a reason to stay positive. “Fae absolutely loves horses. We took her for a ride on a pony in April 2012, not long after she was diagnosed, and she has not stopped talking about it since. She couldn’t wait to have her own pony to look after and ride whenever she wants,” said Fae’s mother Toni. Fae arrived at Roleystone Orchard at 11:30am on Sunday in a stretch limousine, to the welcoming cheers of over 100 guests. Gypsy, the lucky pony now owned by Fae, was presented to her with a huge pink bow, painted pink hooves, a pink and purple halter and lead rope, a pink grooming kit, and all the horsey accessories a girl could want, thanks to the generosity of Nagmart Saddlery in Kenwick. After properly meeting Gypsy, Fae had the chance to groom and ride her new pony for the first time, a sight that brought many a tear to the family, friends, Make-A-Wish volunteers, Nagmart Saddlery and Roleystone IGA staff who attended. Fae’s parents, Toni and Glen Spearman, were interviewed on the day, giving insights into their daughter’s battle with her illness, and her reason behind her wish for a pony. Scott Hine, the Western Australian Partnership Development Manager for Make-A-Wish Australia, gave a talk on the impact that a wish has on a seriously ill child, and what it means to Make-A-Wish to be able to fulfill those dreams. “This is one of the most inspiring and heart-warming wishes I have come across during my time at Make-A-Wish,” said Scott Hine. “It’s the perfect example of a local community coming together to help make a seriously ill child’s wish come true, with everyone chipping in to ensure Fae has the best day imaginable.” Thanks to Sally Rainoldi from Roleystone Orchard, Gypsy will be looked after free of charge, and will have other ponies to frolic and roam with, that is of course, when she’s not being showered with love and affection from Fae. Make-A-Wish Australia began in 1985, and since then has granted the cherished wishes of over 7,000 seriously ill children like Fae. International research shows that Make-A-Wish wishes have a significant positive impact on the health and wellbeing of wish children, with 97% of parents surveyed observing a noticeable improvement in their child’s mental and emotional health following the granting of their wish. Physical health was also seen to improve in 75% of cases. To donate to Make-A-Wish Australia, and help grant a wish for a seriously ill child like Fae, please visit www.makeawish. org.au, or call 1800 032 260.
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The success of the Roleystone Markets rests in community involvement: we are always looking for new and interesting ways for local community groups and teams to be involved. For instance, we were very pleased to present a cheque of $400 to the Roleystone Lawn Bowls Club in return for their overseeing of the Car Boot Sale at the last markets. No Australian event is ever complete without a sausage sizzle or cake stall, which have been offered at each Markets by the Girl Guides, ‘Ride to Conquer Cancer’ Girls, the Roleystone Community College P&C, Good Shepherd School Netball Club and Dale Little Athletics. Furthermore, the Men’s Shed have been hammering away in their shed in recent months, creating some great ‘old school’ carnival games for everyone to try. There was a ‘Splat the Rat’, a chocolate wheel and a strength tester, which one of our locals proved too strong for! No doubt they are back in the shed as we speak, ‘fiddling’ with the settings. This entertainment was provided free of charge, and we cant thank them enough for their involvement from the beginning. In conjunction with the Roleystone Markets, the Community Garden is a wonderful initiative that complements the event. The garden offers free soil testing, a selection of free fruits and vegetables as well as a beautiful collection of hand painted plant pots for sale, which are painted by our local and very talented Art Group. Shop 4a /2756 Albany Highway The Roleystone Markets focus is on ‘hand-made, handKelmscott WA 6111 crafted and locally produced goods’. Although there are (next door to Domino’s) some stalls that don’t perfectly fit such a description, we make a special effort to see the majority fulfill the goal. We are also looking for other ‘locally produced’ groups to come on board and start a relationship with us at the markets. If you belong to a local group, club or team and would like to be involved in any of the markets, contact Caren Dorman on 0421 363 220 to discuss the possibilities.
On the 13th of October, the group will have a Revegetation Day that will include Dieback treatment at Warwick Savage Reserve, Simons Drive, Roleystone. Signs will indicate the location of the trailer from Simons Drive. Please bring gloves and a small trowel if you have them, although there are some spares. If the weather is inclement, please check our website to
ensure the event is still being held. New volunteers welcome. Participants will also be able to borrow the equipment to treat their own trees against Dieback. Morning tea will be provided. For extra information on the location, go to www.roleybushcare.com.au or look at the Roleybushcare notice board at the Roleystone Shopping Centre.
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“Adverse Affectation” can be part of property valuations, of which the two main ones are market and summation. Market refers to the prices struck between willing buyers and willing sellers while summation is the total cost of buying the land, obtaining approvals, site works and the costs to erect all improvement and fit-out. In a scenario where market exceeds summation by 25%, developers will spend $1m to buy land, build and deliver a completed property to the market in the anticipation that it will realise $1.25m. If the margin is less than 20%, most developers will not take the risk. When and where properties are affected by nearby land uses, such as gaols, increases the risk of Adverse Affectation - perhaps up to 25%, which brings me to the recent classification of “Fire Risk Zone” in Roleystone. This could deliver an Adverse Affectation factor against properties, perhaps even down by 20%. For example, to buy and complete site works, driveways, buildings and fit-out in Roleystone at a $1.2m summation will deliver a market price of only $1m due to the Adverse Affectation “Fire-Risk”. This can be seen with properties along the Darling Scarp, which is no longer subliminal courtesy of the recently created “Fire Risk Zone” classification. When we bought a house here in late 2001, we became aware of a subliminal fear of fire in the collective mindset of buyers from Perth coastal suburbs. However, if dwellings in such zones had powerful independent fire fighting equipment plumbed to on-site independent supplies of water to attack approaching fires or embers (whether it be stand alone tanks or swimming pools), the potential “Fire Risk Adverse Affectation” would disappear. For instance, a standard garden hose delivers 20 litres of Water Corporation water per minute. With a 60 PSI pump driven by an independent motor plumbed to an independent reserve of water, there are water jets available that throw 200 litres per minute each in 30 metre diameter circles. If each house has two jets, that’s 400 tonnes every ten minutes for 100 houses. Didn’t helicopters drop a total of 280 tonnes during the February 2011 fires? Paul Clune.
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HALF DAY TOUR of ASHENDON FOREST leave for future generations. The issue must be resolved in 2013 before we are locked into another destructive 10 year logging cycle. To prop up an un-economic and destructive industry with taxpayer funds rather than making an effort to move into the modern world of plantations for timber and forests for their myriad of other uses including climate change mitigation and profitable carbon storage, is to sell short a wonderful State asset. It would be better if, in this round of discussion on the future of our forests, we engage in a rational dialogue rather than the destructive adversarial approach taken to the issue during 1995 - 2001 when, only after dangerous conflict, the issue of logging Old Growth Forest was resolved. It is understandable that timber industry workers fear the end of an era. However they, more than anyone else, know that we have pushed our forests to their limit and that their long term employment will be in plantations for timber and in the enormous task of maintaining and protecting the native forests, which they have grown to respect and enjoy. Patrick Weir, Co-ordinator Forest Legacy Project WA.
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On the 10th of September we took a diverse group of people into Ashendon Forest within the Canning River catchment on the outskirts of the Perth Metropolitan Area. To say that the group was appalled at what they witnessed of the destruction and proposed destruction of forest is an understatement. The timber industry is in crisis because the “amount of waste v. quantity of quality of timber that can be extracted from the forest” has reached an unsustainable limit. The damage now caused and the waste created in the logging process has to be seen to be believed. “Business as usual” is not a suitable response to the issue of forest management in WA's South West native forests. The proposed log between 1,500 - 2,000sqkm of forest over a 10 year period at a cost to taxpayers of over $9M per year v. the opportunity to gain an income from carbon credits at a rate of up to $400M per year would appear to be a “no brainer”. The government and the Forest Products Commission must look at the information available and enter into discussion with the public about how best to utilise the wonderful forest legacy we can
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ROLEYSTONE KARATE STUDENTS COMPETE IN NATIONALS Months of training paid off for Brooke Williams and Gabby Purser from Kofukan Karate Roleystone, who were selected for the state team competing in the Australian Karate Federation Nationals, held in Hobart from 7th -12th August 2013. Travel and accommodation costs were not cheap, so the two competitors organised their own fundraising. A presentation night was held on Tuesday 6th August, attended by Sam Saffioti of Roleystone Real Estate, our club’s major sponsor. Following the draw of the raffles and jelly bean guess, Sensei Darren presented a cheque to Brooke and Gabby on behalf of Kofukan Karate Australia for $1,000. Sam Saffioti then surprised our national competitors with a generous donation from RRE covering the balance of their competition expenses. Brooke and Gabby arrived in Hobart with the Western Australian team for a final training session on the Thursday morning. The afternoon was left up to the athletes to explore Hobart. Not surprisingly, the famous Cadbury Chocolate Factory was the first stop and allowed some big kids to reveal the little kid inside. Mount Wellington provided a spectacular view of Hobart and surrounds, although it had snow on top and was a bone-chilling minus one degree celsius. Friday brought the start of the Nationals with an excellent day of Kata competition. On Saturday the Kumite weight divisions commenced, where Gabby performed admirably in her event and scored some great punches. Brooke also fought well and scored a spot in the Bronze medal match, unfortunately lost on decision. Sunday was a chance for the WA competitors to compete in the open and team divisions. After a late call up to the Women’s Team event, Brooke was placed in the team as a reserve and achieved a bronze medal. Our national competitors would like to wholeheartedly thank major sponsors Roleystone Real Estate for their continuous support of Kofukan Karate Roleystone, together with Kofukan Karate Australia and the efforts of the members, family and friends who supported their fundraising.
Without this support and belief in their ability, the memorable trip to Hobart would not have been possible. Brooke and Gabby hope that their Nationals experiences will aid the growth of the association. The experience they have gained is invaluable and they hope to assist fellow students who will one day also compete for their state. By Brooke Williams.
Pictured (topbottom): Brooke freezes atop Mount Wellington. Gabby (right in blue) demonstrates one of her high-flying kicks. Brooke (right in blue) scores on her opponent. Sensei Darren with state competitors Brooke and Gabby and Sam Saffioti from Roleystone Real Estate.
Do not miss this opportunity to cruise from Fremantle to Singapore on board the magnificent Diamond Princess An all-inclusive 12-night cruise stopping in Thailand and Vietnam, it is the Jewell on the sea. From the moment you step on board, you are welcomed and looked after with prompt, accommodating service. As the ship cruises up the coast of Western Australia and into Asia, you are invited to try the many dining options from casual buffet to specialty restaurants such as the Tuscan inspired, Italian cuisine venue ‘Sabatini’s’. Diamond Princess has an abundance of onboard activities to cater for a variety of interests. From ceramics (onboard kilns), digital workshops and on board art auctions (to name a few), there is always something to enjoy. Or, if relaxing around the pool is more your pace, the Diamond Princess has 3 pools and 8 whirlpool spas. The fun never stops as the ship becomes alive at night with captivating productions from talented musicians, singers and dancers. Countless lounge performers, movies and casinos are just some of the entertainment activities you can experience. Diamond Princess is no small ship by any means, with a passenger capacity of 2,670; its gross tonnage of 115,875 makes it hard to miss. As this is a new cruise out of Fremantle there are still cabins available, ranging in price depending on location, size and outlook. Travelways is a local Roleystone family owned Travel Agency that has been operating for more than 16 years. For further information or quotes, please call our team on 9490 2100.
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Roleystone’s Local Star Dear Editor, While visiting my Mum in Roleystone, I came across the advertisement calling for mention of Local Stars and I felt compelled to drop you a line. I believe my Mum is a local star of Roleystone. I am putting forward Francine Brereton as a local star for the work she has commenced in the Roleystone community through the not-for-profit organisation MADI Works Inc. She delivers innovative, engaging and fun programs that teach children and adults alike the power to speak and the power to respond to any situation that makes them feel unsafe (from minor issues to someone needing help to deal with a serious situation of abuse). Towards the end of 2012, Fran ran a version of one the programs “Mega MADI Super Star’ at the Roleystone Community College. With the program based around a short play, the students took part in learning and discussing the messages of MADI before the kids performed the play which included song and dance to their peers and teachers. As a result, the children were able to pass on the protective behaviour strategies
in their own unique way. There seems an ever present need in the media for programs like this, however I think people can be frightened of how their problems can be dealt with and who they can go to. With a little bit more exposure, I believe that MADI Works Inc. will address the issue of protective behaviours in a fun nonthreatening way to all sorts of groups, sporting groups and after school care etc. The MADI Works aside, Fran is engaged in many projects and has a unique and wonderful way of relating to people of all ages and walks of life. She is also the Director of the dance company Explosive Dance & Theatre Co. who are due to be running some performing arts workshop classes in Roleystone in the October school holidays. This will give local kids some extra options for fun and physical activity over the school break. Thank you for taking the time to read my letter. Kind Regards, Tamara Artemis.
Unplugged Acoustic Folk Roots & Blues A massive thank you to everyone who came along to the ‘Unplugged’ session on Sunday September the 8th. At first, I thought I was going to be it for the afternoon, and asked the bar staff to phone ‘Rent- A-Crowd’ for me, and with that the room filled almost instantly. It was great to see both new faces and old friends. It soon became so packed at one point, that I thought we would run out of time before I could get everyone in front of the mike. A couple of new faces created great interest, and international singer, songwriter, and musician Andrew Bond lit the room up with several selfpenned songs and a couple of covers. Andrew has been living here for 5 years, and hails from the UK. Local guitarist Andrew Bond and general classy entertainer Mike provided some smooth blues guitar and vocals. Two thirds of ‘Beatzwukin’ played us through some easy listening, having just released their new CD. If you’re interested in a CD, you can go to their website. Mike Our next meet-up will be on Sunday the 13th of October, starting at 3:00pm at the Roleystone Country Club. For more details, contact Mel at mgyoung@ westnet.com.au, or text 0406 190 822.
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On Saturday 3rd August, the Cannington Bowling Club welcomed people from across Perth as they arrived in their best bogan attire. The entertainment was nothing short of classic bogan as footy shorts and lycra were split from fits of laughter. The Roleystone contingent did not disappoint, with several tables booked out by some rather foxy ladies and one or two hunks of spunk. Silent auctions were bid on, games played and some rather competitive bogan pride displayed when vying for King and Queen Bogan. Despite being an excellent excuse to get out the flannies and mullets, the event was a brilliant platform to raise much-needed funds and awareness to Levi’s Gift charity. Considering the nominal ticket price was just $15.00 per person, the night was a huge success in raising over $6,000. Levi’s Gift was set up in honour of Levi Joseph Sawkins, who was born still on 22nd October 2012. It is a multifaceted charity that aims to assist families experiencing the heartbreak of losing a child as well as supporting children in need. Levi’s Gift is currently fundraising for Cuddle Cots and Huggle Bears. A Cuddle Cot is a system that uses a small machine to circulate and cool water through to a small pad placed in a cot. This enables grieving parents to spend precious time with their baby before it is sent to the mortuary. With a pouch and receptacle for baby’s ashes, a Huggle Bear is invaluable comfort for parents after losing their baby. Here is a message from Lucy Sawkins, Levi’s mother and co-founder of the charity.
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The RJFC celebrated 40 years in the community with a fantastic day at Springdale Park. A highlight of the event was the ‘Old Boys’ game, which saw many present and old members of the club strap on the boots and give the body a workout. Cliff ‘Cometti’ Mazzucchelli had the right idea by commenting on the match instead of playing, while Karl Turpin ‘miked’ himself up as he grabbed the Umpire’s whistle! The winner between the Roley Originals and Roley Hillbillies was the Club, with a huge crowd turning up to cheer on the lads and enjoy the match. There were many catch-ups and laughs, with former members enjoying old memorabilia and photos of past teams and players. The clubs first coach, Joe Valenta, was also there, still going strong. RJFC thanks Chris Horgan, ‘The Ferrymen’ and Kim Bettenay for entertaining the crowd and playing some fantastic rock music, while thanks must also go to Rod and Judy Thorne for their hard work and long day in the Canteen... the food was wonderful. Finally, congratulations to Samantha Saffioti and her team for organising the 40 Year Anniversary, which proved to be an outstanding success for ‘The Mighty Tigers’.
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DDSA Cross Country Last month, students from Roleystone Community College competed against five other schools in the annual DDSA interschool cross country. The event was held on the grounds of Roleystone Community College. The course for year 4 and 5 students was 1.5km while the year 6 and 7 students had the demanding challenge of 2km. With the weather holding off for most of the day, Roleystone runners were highly competitive, placing well inside the top ten in most year groups. This added to our team total, which eventuated in RCC taking out the title for the second year in a row. Final standings: RCC 140 points, Kelmscott PS 113 points, Armadale PS 78 points, Challis PS 55 points, Westfield PS 21 points, and Neerigen Brook PS 19 points. Congratulations to the whole team of runners including our reserves who helped push the team towards success. Thanks to all the house captains and parents who assisted on the day in marshalling and place judging, and a big congratulations goes to the individual medallists who
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Country Week 2013 From Monday the 23rd of September to Friday the 27th, also known as Country Week, about 80 students at RCC will be competing against a number of other Perth students in a variety of sports. The College has a long history of competing in and winning this week-long Carnival, which is held at venues all around Perth. The inaugural carnival was held in 1999, making this year the 14th anniversary of Country Week.
This year, RCC has 7 teams led by Mr Thatcher competing in AFL, 1 soccer team led by Mr Tarnowy, 2 netball teams led by Mr Springett and Mrs Walmsley, 1 hockey team led by Mr Huisman, and 2 volleyball teams led by Mr Holliday and Mr Mills. If you want to watch any of the action, you can call the Front Office for details on 9391 6222, check out our website, or head to the School Sports webpage.
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Roleystone Community College students took out top honours in this year’s Language Perfect LOTE World Championships. More than one thousand and fifty schools from across the globe took part in the competition, with one hundred and fourteen schools from Western Australia participating. RCC came 24th place out of those one hundred and fourteen schools, and came 5th place overall Australia-wide in Indonesian. Year 8 students Jessica East and Mitchell Castledine won Gold Awards, with Sarah Nickels and Catherine De'Ath winning Silver Awards. This is a fantastic achievement for all of our participating students, and for our hardworking LOTE team, comprised of Ibu Brophy and Ibu Wishart.
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Registrations were held at the Roleystone Shopping Centre last month, and we are very happy to see that the number of registrations has gone up from last year. We are now tackling the task of sorting them all out into teams for the upcoming season. We will be fielding 10 Tee-ball teams in total this year. We will have the Bears, Dragonz, Rockets and Supas for our U8’s, the Braves, Rollers and Royals for our U10’s, and the Bandits, Dugites and Nitros for our U13’s. The club would like to wish Joshua Johnson, Tomas Koval, Cassie Dempsey and Connor Olesen all the very best in the tryouts at TBAWA for places in this year’s Supersquad. If chosen, they will participate in demonstration games at TBAWA-organised carnivals and some Perth Heat events. On Sunday the 1st of September, TBAWA organised a “Have A Go” Day at Langley Park in Perth. Luckily, the rain held off for a while, allowing all who attended to have a most enjoyable day. Perth Heat players mingled and talked with some very impressed youngsters, who have big hopes of making the big league one day, just like their idols. It was a carnival-style atmosphere with batting cages, pitching machines for the older children and foam bats and balls for the really young. We would like to thank our sponsors for this year, and would encourage everyone to use their services in appreciation of their support to our club.
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Our new team sponsors this year are Don Randall, Tony Simpson and Seadragonz. Ongoing team sponsors are Roleystone Supa IGA, Roleystone Community Chemist, R-K Bendigo Bank, WJ & KS Automotives, Creative Driveways, Karragullen Gravel & Garden Supplies, and Drill Rigs Australia. Roleystone Real Estate has agreed yet again to be our major sponsor this year, with an increase in their sponsorship. Our season will commence on the 12th of October, and training will start once teams are announced on the Meet the Coach Day. Meet the Coach Day will be on the 14th of September, at 10:00am in the Springdale Oval clubrooms. Further information is available on our website: rtbc.org.au. Hope to see you all on the Diamond! Wendy Mays, Publicity Officer
Community Noticeboard Jazzie Cazzies® provides a HIGH ENERGY & FUN music, movement & rhyme program for boys & girls U5yrs Our semi-structured classes encourage child development & learning in a fun & relaxed environment. It’s only $15 for per child (extra child $5) for 1hr class. We mix music with dancing & rhymes with singing; come along & join in, it’s the best fun you will have all year! Now running a class from the Kelmscott Hall 1pm - 2pm, casual attendees welcome! For further information call on 0404 072 944, go to www.jazziecazzies. com.au or find us on Facebook. CoA School Holiday Library Activities Hotdog Book Making: Thurs 3 Oct 2-4pm Kelmscott Library Ph: 9399 0810. What’s the Joke?: Mon 7 Oct 2-3pm Seville Grove Library Ph: 9399 0800. Silly Sock Puppets: Wed 9 Oct 10.30-11.30am History House Museum Ph: 9399 0810. Pyjama Storytime: Wed 9 Oct 6.307.30pm Armadale Library Ph; 9399 0125 Places are limited and bookings are essential for all events. Parents or carers must stay in the library during events. de Bles Patisserie & Cafe warmly invites you to An Exhibition of Artworks by Barbara Morocz. Exhibition dates: 7- 30 September. de Bles is located at 2 Mount St Kelmscott. Open Hours: Fri-Sun 8am-4pm, Mon-Thurs 8am-2pm. ACT on Anxiety ACT on Anxiety is an 8wk skills-based
class learning to free yourself from the constant struggle with anxiety so you can spend your time living your life the way you would like to. DAY: Thursdays, DATES: 31st October - 17th December, TIME: 9.30am - 11.30am. Morning tea provided. COST: $20 for Members or $50 for nonmembers, WHERE: WHWS Gosnells, Grp Rm. Crèche available for all session. $5/child. For more info please ring on 9490 2258. Anger Management for Women and Men” and “Raising Girls for Dads Are being run by Relationships Australia at 27 The Crescent, Midland in October. For further information please phone 9489 6322 or visit our website at www. wa.relationships.com.au. ACT on Perinatal Depression & Anxiety ACT on PNDA is a 10wk skills-based class equipping mums to transform their relationship without unwanted and painful thoughts and emotions so that they can get on with living a life that is rich, full and meaningful. DAY: Thursdays, DATES: 17th October - 12th December, TIME: 9.30am - 11.30am. Morning tea provided. COST: $20 for Members or $50 for non-members, WHERE: WHWS Gosnells, Grp Rm. Crèche available for all session. $5/child. For more info please ring on 9490 2258.
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The Long Wait by Youth for Skate Park equipment, a redeveloped skate park as well as upgrades to the Football and Cricket Club buildings. The City of Armadale acknowledged this information and formulated a draft precinct plan. all new In 2005, a formal agreement was signed between the State Government and the City of Armadale. This resulted in a Roleystone Revitalisation committee comprising of community time to get the jugs out coffee stakeholders and the Council. Along rock inne tavern the way, the State Government and cake saturday 26 october provided additional funds for selections toilets while the commonwealth government assisted with playground equipment, a barbecue n of and drink fountain. The Football selectio uncy and Cricket Club buildings were A finerman Beers Kids Bo e Ge tl p s a a T C on seen to be outside of the plan, and inting Flowing Face Pa the skate park upgrade was regarded as a separate project altogether. Bookings essential for the restaurant The funds for the skate park were identified to come from Public Open Live Music every Friday 8.30-11.30pm and Sunday 12.30-7.30pm Space funds obtained through sale of land surplus to requirements. In 1360 Brookton hwy karragullen 2013, after years of groundwork, the for Bookings ph. 9397 5964 Roleystone Revitalisation plan has made a new skate park a reality for our youth. Pat Hart.
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The request for a skate park by our young people goes back a long time. In fact, many of the youth who first requested a new skate park are now adults and more than likely have their own children. Back in the early 2000s, the community was unhappy with the general appearance of central Roleystone with its rundown skate park, toilets, playground, hall and surrounding areas. The breakthrough came in 2005 during the state election. Geoff Gallop (then Premier) travelled to Roleystone Shopping Centre and lobbied to commit $250,000 to the area if the Labor Party was reelected. Despite victory, Gallop’s reelection commitment and action was slow. As a result, Denise Hardie and myself held a community workshop through (then) Roleystone Drug Action group. White paper was stuck up on the walls of an empty office in Roleystone Shopping Centre for the community to write down their ideas for revitalisation of the area. The issues previously identified resurfaced with the majority wanting the hall upgraded, new toilets and playground
LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS 19 OCTOBER 2013 CITY OF ARMADALE JARRAH WARD VOTE 1 FOR THEO DEN HAAN My family and I have lived in the City of Armadale for the last 40 years, with the last 28 years in Karragullen. Having recently retired, I find myself the position to use the skills, knowledge and experience gained during my career for the betterment of the community in which we live. Prior to retirement, I worked both as an employee and a self employed consultant in the mining and aviation industries locally throughout Western Australia and overseas in Papua New Guinea. From my career experiences I am able to bring the following to bear on the position of Councillor: • General and strategic management experience; • Change management skills with both organisations and communities; • A balance of corporate and operational experience; • Strong facilitation and negotiation skills; • Understanding of and empathy to the needs of local and external stakeholders. If elected, I would apply all my skills, knowledge and experience to the issues facing our community including, but not exclusive to others, the ever present danger of bush fires in the Jarrah Ward, community infrastructure and recreation requirements and strive to make our community a better and safer place to live. Authorised By Theo den Haan, 57 School Road, Karragullen, WA 6111 Printed by The VALLEY Reporter, 23 Wygonda Road, Roleystone, WA 6111
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The Roleystone Netball Club would like to welcome the Roleystone branch of Bendigo Bank as its newest sponsor. The girls will be sporting the logo on their new bibs in the 2014 season. The Club’s annual sausage sizzle and cake stall at the Ray Owen Sports Centre took place on Saturday the 24th of August. The committee members would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who helped out on the day, especially the kids on the cake stall who were more than willing helpers! The range of homemade cup cakes, cakes, muffins and slices for sale looked amazing and tasted delicious. The season is drawing to a close with the finals well under way. At the end of the rounds, we had five out of six teams qualify for the finals! This was the first time for some girls, and the excitement went
overboard with Roley 5 and Roley 6 winning and earning themselves a place in the Grand Finals on September 21st. Roley 1 and Roley 4 get to play again on the 14th September for another chance to make it to the Grand Finals. Well done to Roley 3 who were placed fourth for their division. On that note, the club would like to extend their congratulations to all the young players for a remarkable season of netball. Not all teams play finals, but congratulations go to Roley 8 and Roley 9 for placing first in their divisions and Roley 7 for placing second. It truly is a fantastic achievement for everyone, including our Net Set Go girls. Friendly Reminder: the Club windup starts at 4pm on Sunday September 22 at the Roleystone Country Club. Any donations for the raffle will be greatly appreciated. For enquiries, please contact Club Registrar Sharlene Warnes at email@example.com or 9496 0452.
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PET FIRST AID COURSE AT FOOTHILLS ANIMAL HOSPITAL Foothills Animal Hospital will offer a pet first aid course on 6 October 2013 from 2:30pm at Foothills Animal Hospital, 23 Thomas St, Armadale. The course will be lead by Dr Nathan Mannix, who has spent 5 years as an emergency and critical care veterinarian in the US and Australia. The course will cover handling and safety of injured animals, CPR, poisons, snakebites and bandaging. Places are limited to 20 people and the cost is $40 (includes a free pet first aid kit). Call 9497 7488 or visit www.foothillsanimalhospital.com. au for more information. Snakebites can be life threatening for pets, but quick action can save your pet’s life. Dr Nathan Mannix of Foothills Animal Hospital warns owners to be vigilant for snakes as warm weather approaches. ‘We have already seen a snakebite this spring, and as the weather gets warmer, pet owners need to understand and be on the lookout for snakes and the signs of snakebite. Snakebites can be difficult to detect. Often a pet owner won’t see bleeding, swelling or bite marks. Immediate reactions to a snakebite include vomiting, rapid breathing, trembling, clumsiness or collapse which may lead to paralysis or death. I encourage anyone who thinks their pet has been in contact with a snake to take them to a vet. The sooner a pet is treated with anti-venom, the better chance they will have to recover from a potentially fatal bite.’ If your pet has been outside and shows any of these immediate reactions: • Do NOT try and catch the snake for identification; • Keep your pet calm and still; • Get them to a veterinarian as soon as Emergencies till 9pm 7 days “Warm Hearts for Cold Noses” possible. ‘If treated immediately, pets have a good chance of survival and recovery. The best course of action is to keep your pet as calm and still as possible.’ Snakebites are relatively common with fatal effects. The potency of venom is highest • 10 Years Experience during the warmest months of the season, • Waxing • Tinting • Spray Tans while the length of the bite dictates how severe • Lash Extensions (using clusters) your pet’s reaction will be. • Manicure/Pedicure - Acrylic & Shellac Nails Owners are urged to keep their pets on a leash Appointments during school hrs preferred in areas such as dunes, long grass, bushland, and along rivers.
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Roleystone-Karragullen Community Bank® Branch is doing deals on home loans – and it’s all about getting you a better deal. If you’re refinancing, buying a new home or investment property, or just want your next loan with your local community-owned bank branch, you can save 0.7%pa off the Bendigo’s standard variable home loan rate when you borrow more than $250,000, or 0.5%pa if you borrow less. And ask about our current home loan package deals and you’ll receive even better value, reduced fees and added flexibility. Drop into your nearest branch at Roleystone Shopping Centre, Roleystone or phone 9397 7466 to find out more.
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With a clear intention of helping the people of Roleystone and surrounds get fit and healthy, local resident Carla Bond founded Quarry Fitness five months ago. Since the first outdoor session in May, they have helped people achieve amazing results. From never being able to do one full push up to easily completing 20 in a row, the weight loss has encouraged participants to get rid of old clothes that no longer fit and show off a fresh, rejuvenated look. Based at Cross Park and Roleystone CC, the group sessions are for everyone at all fitness levels, male and female. And although it’s hard work, the workout is made easier through laughter. ‘If it’s not fun, it’s just hard work, and we at QFit just aren’t into that’. Every session is different. From team challenges to setting time limits in an attempt to achieve a personal best, there’s no pressure. You only compete against yourself to do your best and get your results. Commencing on the 14th of October and running until the 8th of December, QFit is offering an 8 week challenge. The Summer Body Blitz is the perfect way to get fit and lean for summer and all that it entails: the beach, pool and, gasp, swimwear!
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A combination of meal plans and outdoor sessions will be provided that will guarantee results. Quarry Fitness are big on charity fun runs and team events such as the Rachel Doherty Foundation Fun Run, HBF Run for a Reason, Dry July, City 2 Surf, Western Mudd Rush and Neon Run to name a few. You can check out and ‘like’ their Facebook page to keep updated with all things QFit by viewing more information about session times, trainers, the 8 Week Challenge and much, much more! www.facebook.com/ quarryfitness.
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Roleystone Microchipping Morning With new cat laws coming into effect on the 1st of November, the team at Roleystone Family Centre and Armadale / Byford Vet want to help the community with the transition to more responsible cat ownership. As of the 1st of November, all domestic cats over 6 months of age must be sterilised, micro chipped and registered. You can bring your cat down to Roleystone Family Centre on the morning of Saturday the 5th October for quick, close to home, hassle free micro chipping. We will also have volunteers on hand
to help you fill out registration papers and guide you to make sure your cat is legal and up to date. We will be taking appointments (with limited numbers available), so please ring in advance to secure your time slot. The very kind and generous staff at Armadale/Byford Vet, which includes Vet Nurse and local resident Keely, will be micro chipping with many incentives for people on the day. For more information regarding cost and times available, please phone the Family Centre on 9496 1115, email email@example.com. au or go to our website www.roleyfamilycentre.com. au or find our events page on Facebook. Pictured: Is a 6 day old kitten that was dumped without a mother in Armadale and now having to be cared for until old enough for rehoming. Lets do what we can to avoid stray cats and unwanted pregnancy.
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Infrastructure Asset Management Plan The City has prepared an “Infrastructure Asset Management Plan” for major asset classes - roads, stormwater drains, pathways, public open space and buildings. Asset management planning is essential to maintain service and facility standards. Interesting points to note included; The majority of the community were satisfied with the City’s asset performance. The current “asset portfolio” (current replacement cost) is $800million constituting $450million roads, $150million buildings, $130million drains, $50million paths and $15million parks. As the City grows from 70,000 to 122,000 residents in 15 years the City’s “asset portfolio” will grow from $800million to $1300million. There is 4.8million m2 of road seal, 5.3million m2 of road pavement and 1million metres of kerbing assets. Around 80% of the road network is sealed in asphalt (over 500km) and around 15% is bitumen seal (120km). There are 600km of stormwater pipes with a replacement value of $72million. There are 355km of pathways - 320km of concrete, 10km of asphalt, 10km brickpaved and 15km redoxide asphalt, all with a replacement value of $50million. The City has 163 buildings with a combined floor area of 51,000m2. These include 32 clubhouses, 22 Community Recreation Centres, 5 family Centres, 5 suburban fire stations, 3 Libraries and 7 Town Halls – all together a current replacement cost of $150million. Most of the buildings are thankfully in good to fair condition. The City has 519 Public Open
Spaces, with 1100 fixtures and structures, 440 pieces of furniture, 280 lights, 240 water facilities and 200 play facilities with replacement values of $6.8million, $1million, $2.6million, $7.6million and $3million respectively. This report can be found in the September 2013 Technical Services Committee minutes. City of Armadale 2013/2014 Budget The Council has passed the Annual Budget (see August Committee minutes). The Technical Services budget - approximately $50million expense ($12million roads, $7million employment and $24million project works - civil, parks, property and waste), includes allocations for “Streetscapes” in Jarrah road precinct, upgrade to Hellenic Road, speed cushions on Waterwheel Road, resurfacing Karragullen Hall carpark, new paths on sections of Hart, Tyres, Trestrail and Peet roads, 2 bus shelter renewals on Brookton and Holden roads, new security at Churchman’s Brook Community Centre, minor improvements to Karragullen Hall, Roleystone Guide Hall, Roleystone Hall, Roleystone Seniors Centre, further allocations towards Cross Park and Karragullen bores/irrigation and BBQ renewal at Springdale. The Community, Development and Corporate Services budgets include $6.7million, $4.7million and $3.8million for employment respectively. Caroline Wielinga. Disclaimer: “These comments reflect the views and understanding of Cr Caroline Wielinga, for further information please contact the City of Armadale directly.”
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Year 2 Incursion On Wednesday the 11th of September, the Year 2 students from Good Shepherd in Kelmscott had an incursion visit from Scitech Spacedome. The kids had so much fun in the dome, and were so excited to see how the sky looks in both night and day. Codi learnt that the stars are out all the time, but all the light that shines from the sun during the day stops us from seeing them. Reem liked it when the dome was spinning around, because she actually felt like she was spinning too! All in all, it was an awesome incursion, in which everyone got to learn about the wonders of space.
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School in Kelmscott enjoyed learning about Aboriginal culture and history at the Hills Forest Discovery Centre in Mundaring. They took part in the ‘Moodjitch Binar’ program, which gave them excellent opportunities to learn from experienced leaders about traditional Nyoongar culture. The program allowed students to role play a day in the life of an Aboriginal child, through traditional singing, face painting and jewellery making. The students also had the opportunity to engage in hunting and gathering, using traditional Nyoongar tools. The students willingly participated throughout the day, and thoroughly enjoyed the experience.
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Year 4 Excursion to the Fremantle Prison On Monday the 9th of September, Year 4 students from the Good Shepherd Catholic Primary in Kelmscott left the campus to begin their day of fun and learning at the Fremantle Prison! This term’s program is designed to support learning outcomes in the Society and Environment learning area, particularly the “Time, Continuity and Change”, and “Investigation, Communication and Participation” strands. The Fremantle Prison tours are designed specifically to fit in with these strands, which made it The Convict History Tour the perfect excursion. The students in Year 4 were filled with excitement as they ate their recess overlooking The Fremantle Prison.When we hit the gates of the Fremantle Prison, WA’s only World Heritage building, Year 4 students were transported back in time to learn about previous inmates, how the prison began, and the process that saw it close. Students experienced living history as they saw the tiny cells in which people lived day after day, the stunning art painted onto the walls and the inspiring convictmade architecture. Students were fascinated, and at times scared, as they made their way through the echoing prison. Overall, the Year 4 students enjoyed a fantastic day out in the world, learning about the history of WA’s most famous prison.
It’s been said that sunshine is the best disinfectant, a saying that certainly rings true in the groundbreaking world premiere of the darkly funny “Alice and Margo”, opening at the Subiaco Arts Centre on the 17th of September. Entertaining, compelling, heartbreaking and uplifting, “Alice and Margo” is the story of two longtime friends who enjoy their yearly weekend away from home, but come to realise one year that they are both in abusive marriages. The play was written by Anne V. McGravie, the author of “Wrens”, “Poppins”, and the “The Cairn Stones”, and directed by Jenny Davis, who has worked with Agelink Theatre, WA Youth Theatre, and the Perth Theatre Company. Film, television and theatre actress Libby Stone is returning to Perth stages after years in Melbourne to play Alice, with fellow “Stingers” actress Sharon Kershaw as Margo. The Perth season will run from Tuesday the 17th to Saturday the 28th of September, with hopes for a regional season, and perhaps even a production trip to America, to follow. In particular, there are hopes of playing in Chicago, the home of the play’s author. The “Alice and Margo” production has partnered with The White Ribbon Campaign and launched a Pozible campaign, since it is essentially without any funding. You can go to the website here: http:pozible.com/ aliceandmargo. To book tickets to the play, go to Ticketek.
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Call Anam on 0401 503 157 Welcome to the fourth edition of our Heritage Calendar for 2014 Our first series of five calendars focusing on the early settlement of Pickering Brook and it’s surrounding areas
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You can grab a copy of the calendar at the Karragullen Expo Saturday 12th October, or you can call Beverley – 9293 8203, Gordon – 9293 8338 or Susan – 9293 8185 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org The VALLEY Reporter proudly supports PICKERING BROOK HERITAGE GROUP INC.
ANNUAL CHRISTMAS FAIR will be held on
Saturday 23rd November 9am - 2pm
at the Roleystone Hall Cnr Jarrah & Wygonda Roads Roleystone Bookings for stalls are now being taken by phoning Heather Wallbank on 9496 3769 The VALLEY Reporter proudly supports ST CHRISTOPHER’S CHURCH
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WORLD PREMIERE SHINES LIGHT INTO DARK PLACES
Walk the Zig Zag is a unique free community event which combines the picturesque Zig Zag Scenic drive in Gooseberry Hill with the fun of a family festival. Now in its 13th year, the annual Spring walk down the Zig Zag Scenic Drive attracts over 4000 participants as walkers of all ages wind their way down the 3km scenic route, enjoying the beautiful scenery and a range of entertainment and stalls along the way. To get there, we offer a free park and ride service from Stirk Park in Kalamunda and Maida Vale Reserve on Ridgehill Road to the top of the Zig Zag. The walk starts at 9.00am and the last bus will leave at 12.30pm. Upon reaching the bottom of the Zig Zag, the free bus service will ferry you back to your car at either Stirk Park in Kalamunda or Maida Vale Reserve.
Local government elections occur every two years and this year, after persuasive encouragement from members of our community, I have decided to nominate for the vacant position as elected representative for Roleystone and Karragullen. In 2 years time, the Armadale Council will be merged with the Shire of SerpentineJarradale. I am well-versed with the amalgamation process proposed by government, and will advocate for our community not to be disadvantaged. For the past 3 years, I have being working with a group of likeminded people in establishing the Community Men’s Shed and the Community Garden. I am also the current chair of the garden group and project coordinator at the shed. I have witnessed senseless petty crimes at the Men’s Shed and Community Garden. I strongly support the Armadale Police station becoming a 24 hour station, and regardless of that outcome, will advocate for an increased police presence, and endeavour to rebuild Neighbourhood Watch. The fires that tore through our community in 2011 demonstrated how vulnerable we are. The capacity of the Volunteer Fire Fighters stationed in Roleystone must increase, so that fire mitigation plans can be achieved. An additional
(p.s. Can the Lady with the creams who rang Marjorie re; Crafty Day, please call her back!!)
light tanker permanently stationed in the district will be a step in the right direction. Bio-security of the productive orchards is important to us all, as it is a feature of our community that makes it a unique and a pleasant place to call home. The livelihood of second and third generation orchardists must be protected. I have set myself a big challenge, but with time and determination I hope to be successful. Still, I can not achieve what I hope without your help. I seek your support on election day. I am willing to discuss these, and any other matters of concern. Please contact me on 0419 929 367 or at scidone1@iinet. net.au.
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How the Roleystone locals like it
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Asstd M&M’s 155-200gm $4.11 SAVE $2.12
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accommodation BEAUTY THERAPIST COUNCILLOR ELECTRICIAN PIANO LESSONS Caroline Wielinga High Point Electrical Avocados Accommodation Pure Indulgence Unit 6 Licensed Simply Music 0488 900 307 2 Mount Street Kelmscott 1 Soldiers Rd Brackenridge Call Marius 0419 004 475 Teacher Theo den Haan Phone: 9496 3838 Village 9496 2922 Cr.CWielinga@armadale.wa.gov.au email@example.com 0449 327 144 BOBCAT & TIP TRUCK FENCING ACCOUNTING/TAXATION dentIST PARTITIONS & CEILINGS Karl’s Bobcat and Rural Fencing Call John Araluen Accountancy Roleystone Dental Jacmo Partitions & Truck Hire 0418 953 591 or 57 Ridgehill Rise Surgery Ph: 9397 6337 Ceilings Mob: 0418 943 320 0407 062 266 / 9496 3641 Ph/Fax: 9397 6854 Phone/Fax: 9397 9253 2/9 Wygonda Rd Roleystone Barry: 9397 5598 Roleystone Bobcat GARDEN BAGS Jacqueline T. Hunt DIEBACK TREATMENT PLUMBING 0418 625 925 Phone: 9496 1886 Express Garden Bags Dieback Treatment ABM Plumbing Call Joe Dirt 9397 9860 firstname.lastname@example.org Phone Colin or Rose Specialists Call Andy 0419 986 923 Stokes & Associates Call Glenn 1300 785 311 0408 930 142, 9397 5769 Office: 9293 7524 BUILDER 10 Wygonda Road DOGWASH David J Willis Building GARDEN SUPPLIES Findlay Plumbing & Gas Phone: 9496 1247 Phone: 9496 1262 Phone/Fax: 9390 1940 It’s A Dogs Life Karragullen Gravel & AIR CONDITIONING Mobile: 0408 959 340 Mobile: 0409 297 939 Call Monique on Garden Supplies Season Makers 0413 261 352 Halligan’s Building Phone/Fax: 9397 6854 PRINTING Call Nigel Bray now on & Carpentry GIFTWARE DOGWASH/Grooming FN Grafix 0400 074 844 Mobile: 0418 240 404 Fiona 0400 428 119 Rosharnes Unique Blue Wheelers Mobile ANIMALS – White Rose Building Co 23 Wygonda Rd Roleystone Giftware Open Wed-Sun Dog Wash & Grooming TRAVELLING FARMS David Fowler P: 9498 3843 10.30-4.30, 0404 908 399 0404 485 137 REAL ESTATE Mob: 0402 785 894 Old Macdonald’s GLASS & GLAZING DREAM CONSULTANT Maggie Burke Real Estate Travelling Farms Chris BUTCHER P: 9496 1122, F: 9496 1120, Specialised Installation Jenifer’s Pillow Talk Whitney 0447 742 295 Roleystone Family Meats M: 0419 939 110 & Repairs, call Russell Mobile: 0417 945 988 ANTENNAS Phone: 9397 5580 McIntyre 0410 932 221 email@example.com RECREATION CENTRE 2, 21 Jarrah Rd Roleystone Roleystone Antennas GOURMET FOODS Roleystone Recreation DRIVEWAYS Ph: 0411 536 883 Antenna cabinetmaker Centre 8 Wygonda Road Mon Petit Gourmet Creative Driveways & Home Theatre Install/Repairs Roleystone Ph: 9397 6538 Cabinetmaker-Frank 198 Brookton Hwy Fencing Call John Ph/Fax: Roofline Antenna 9496 0037 (after 5pm) Kelmscott 9390 1912 ROOF restorations 9397 6854 or 0418 953 591 Services Call Mark Polini Cornerstone Cabinets gutter AND Total Roof Care EARTHMOVING 0418 928 614 Paul Haynes 0427 445 041 WINDOW CLEANING Ring Steve 0419 854 587 Araluen Enterprises ANTIQUES & Kanters Cabinets Call Brad firstname.lastname@example.org Excellent Window Cleaning Earthmoving Call Dean COLLECTABLES Kanter on 9399 3396 or Call Anam on 0401 503 157 on 0418 154 507 seafood 2/2 Soldiers Rd Roleystone 0419 951 730 Graham’s Gutter & Window Curulli’s Seafood Market F & M.J. Armenti 9496 2099 Open: Wed-Sat CAR DETAILING Cleaning Services Phone: 9397 6372 6/50 Forrest Rd Armadale 10-4, Sun 12-4 9496 3456, 0434 731 745 Fax: 9397 6374 Once Over Mobile Phone: 9399 9985 AUTO-MECHANICAL Car Detailing HAIRDRESSING EATERIES SHEDS AAA Brake & Jason 0411 654 119 A New Do Hair-n-Beauty Shed Wholesalers Affinity Cafe Mechanical Repairs ceilings 4a 2756 Albany Hwy We come to you! 8 Wygonda Rd Roleystone 9390 0277,0419 934 142 Kelmscott 9390 2313 Phone: 9397 6538 9525 4171, 0487 179 399 Tobia Constructions A Grade Mechanical call for free quote Aura Hairdressing de Blés Patisserie & Café SIGNWRITING 11 Wygonda Road Josh 0437 054 140 Shop 10/21 Jarrah Rd 0423 213 734 Fineline Signs Phone: 9397 5244 Phone: 9496 3950 CHILDCARE 2 Mount Street Kelmscott Adam 0401 781 341 Julian Graziani Magic Moon Childcare Hot Rocks Restaurant The Rock Billy Shears The Hair Club email@example.com Mobile Mechanic Unit 2a Brackenridge Village Phone: Linda 9399 1838 Inne Tavern 1360 Brookton Hwy TILING 0409 900 667 Cnr Brookton Hwy & Soldiers Rd 101 Forrest Rd Armadale Karragullen 9397 5964 Anfield Tiling Service Roleystone Auto Centre 9397 9219, 0431 908 074 CHIROPRACTOR Kim Valley Chinese Wall & Floor Tiling 770 Brookton Hwy HIGH TEA & Restaurant 198 Brookton Phone Chris 0421 222 138 Roleystone Ph: 9397 5993 Roleystone Chiropractic VINTAGE WARE HIRE Josh Morton 0451 675 100 Hwy Kelmscott 9495 1188 TRAVEL AGENTS WJ & KS Automotives Rosey Cheeks 19 Wygonda Rd Roleystone Mon Petit Gourmet Travel Managers 447 Chevin Road 0418 956 519 198 Brookton Hwy COMPUTER REPAIRS Michelle Edmead Phone: 9397 5666 e: firstname.lastname@example.org Kelmscott 9390 1912 Bigsi Computer Solutions 1300 782 570, 0408 898 615 BANK LIFESTYLE COACHING Roley’s on the Ridge call Simon 9397 9046 Travelways Ph: 9490 2100 Roleystone-Karragullen Cnr Soldiers Rd & Brookton Topaze Lifestyle Coaching Mobile: 0433 838 394 Fax: 9490 3622 Community Bank® Open M-F Hwy Ph: 9496 0666 Call Jackie 0418 912 023 CONCRETE 1, 2223 Albany Hwy Gosnells 9-5pm Sat 9-12pm 9397 7466 email@example.com ELECTRICIAN K & K Concrete Travelworld Ph: 9497 2554 BEAUTY THERAPIST MEDICAL CENTRE Darling Range Electrical Kevin Campbell Fax: 9497 2949 Loud beauty Call Glen Weaver Roleystone Family Medical Mobile: 0433 728 478 2/182 Jull St Armadale Call Tracey Peters on 0421 567 423, 9397 6015 Centre 1/9 Wygonda Rd 0423 708 850 Roleystone 9397 7122
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CLASSIFIEDS ‘OFF THE PEG’ are looking for a drummer call 0448 124 116, ovenden. firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re keen
WANTED Keyboard player for local popular music band w/female vocalist. Mature age preferred. Call Clive 0417 929 760
Jessica Gibbons (16yo) would like some sml babysitting jobs to better manage with her Year 12 studies, call Tennille (Mother) on 0418 921 624 e: email@example.com
babysitter Available. Reliable & mature 17yo Roleystone area, call Verity 0468 825 596, 9397 5087
Horse Agistment Roleystone. New fencing, lge yards, other agisters, endless trail riding in bush. Call Helen 0402 403 269 or 9397 5921 for more info or to come & view
babysitter $10p/hr for upto 3 kids, then extra $5 p/hr for each kid after. Free weeknights/weekends call Allyra Spronk 9399 1313, 0431 436 179
any other requirements while you’re away or sick. Exp, reliable & caring call Sonja 0437 317 248
SEEK Lift to Kelmscott trains station 7.00am, share petrol in February Call M Hughes 9496 0911
house cleaner uses your cleaning products & vacuum cleaner Dianne 0403 731 007
UKELENE & Mandolins beautiful handmade from FOR SALE Scooter (Gopher) collection $2-$300 Phone: one owner well cared for, gd 9497 1203 cond, acc included, $850 or BABYSITTER Available $10p/ nearest offer 0400 238 213 hr reliable 23yo with Cert 3 FOR SALE Painted Saws with in child care. Call Charlotte Australian scenes, make gd Watts 0497 106 642, presents $30ea 9390 4953 9397 6249 tuition required in basic House Cleaning Honest, italian conversation once a reliable and hard working. fortnight. May suit student. Reference Available. Contact Sandra 9390 6633 Geraldine on 9498 2798 or 0497 201 182 HOME CARE tidy home, pets,
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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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Roleystone Toy Library
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
A FANTASTIC WAY FOR YOUR CHILDREN Araluen Golf Resort Country Club Ave, Roleystone Ph: 9397 9000 www.araluenresort.com.au TO ENJOY A VARIETY OF FUN AND SAFE TOYS, PUZZLES & GAMES Brackenridge Village & Roleystone Village Cnr of joinNOW! now! Brookton Hwy & Soldiers Rd Roleystone. Enjoy great food, JOIN we are 1.45-2.30pmand & Sat Openopen WedTues 11.30am-12.15pm wine, jewellery, giftware, unique arts and crafts, organic 9.30-10.30am during the school term. Sat during school term. ALL9.30am-10.30am ENQUIRIES PLEASE PHONE food, beauty and an art gallery Any please call 9496 or Callenquiries BelindaWHITEHEAD Bloxsome 0438 8841115 601 HEATHER 9496 0119 Karragullen Expo October 2013 – 9293 7132, 0418 939 email email@example.com email firstname.lastname@example.org 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 & PreLoved items, held out the front of the RK Seniors Club 46 A SAFE, FUN PLACE FOR CHILDREN AND Jarrah Rd Roleystone. Come along & support this monthly THEIR FAMILIES. event (2nd Sunday of the month) For stall holder details SESSIONS MONDAY TO FRIDAY please give Christine Kent a call on 9397 5047 REGISTRATION ESSENTIAL contact our new registrar Roleystone Theatre Inc. 587 Brookton Hwy Roleystone. For Call Registrar Marie Hoffmann CONTACT OUR NEW REGISTRAR CONTACT OUR NEW REGISTRAR ROBYN DAWSON 9397 7116 kym graham 9397 9158 BATHGATE 9498 1968 Bookings Phone: 9397 5730 www.roleystonetheatre.com.au onCAROLYN 0404 996 670 Valley View Garden Golf Earthbound Organics Brackenridge Village, Shop 4, 1 Soldiers Road Roleystone Ph: 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 Roleystone Karragullen Seniors Club (Inc) local COMMUNITY CALENDAR section feel free to submit your contact details E: firstname.lastname@example.org
ROLEYSTONE GUMNUT PLAYGROUP
ROLEYSTONE BOWLS CLUB
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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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
46 Jarrah Road, Roleystone Phone : 9496 3166 E-mail: email@example.com
We are an energetic group of “Over 50’s” and some of our regular activities for members are: • Mahjong • Book Club • Indoor Bowls • Cards • Members Lending Library
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
Saturday 12 Oct
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THE CLUB IS NOW OPEN MONDAY TO FRIDAY – REFER TO CALENDAR FOR ACTIVITIES
testimoniAl 21st August 2013 Dear Maggie, Patrick, Jo & Linda, Ernie and I were most impressed with the results that your team achieved in the short time our house was on the market. After having our home on the market two years previously with 2 other agents, we were very apprehensive. We feared a repeat of a very lack-lustre marketing campaign and poor negotiating skills. We subsequently took the property off the market. From our first meeting, it was evident that your marketing skills and methods would pay dividends. We weren’t disappointed. After only 2 ‘home opens’ and 13 days on the market – we were elated when 2 offers were presented. This is proof that your expertise and knowledge of the local market are the winning combination that gets results. Little things, such as a list of recommended local Settlement Agencies made our selling experience stress-free. We have already recommended MBRE to friends in the area and will continue to do so.
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Our very best regards
Chris & Ernie Coolabah Drive Mt Nasura
We carry no more than 8 listings and service them with 3 qualified reps
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