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No.112 – Nov/Dec ‘13

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YOUR Region. YOUR Magazine. YOUR Valley Reporter. One local person’s idea recently became a reality as a Crafty Day was held in the lovely gardens of Mia Flora. Turn to page 6 for an overlook of some of the craft items that were up for sale amongst the beautiful garden settings. Thank you to a Roleystone family for sharing their recent travelling expedition. Go to page 8 to see where they ventured. If you have a holiday you’d like to share, whether it be a good or bad experience, why not let others know? Start by putting pen to paper and submit your travelling adventures to The Valley Reporter. With the festive season fast approaching, everyone will be thinking about ordering fresh seafood. Show your support for family owned and operated business Curulli’s Seafood Markets, one of our Valley Reporter advertisers. They are conveniently located at 50 Forrest Road in Armadale, so drop in and see their extensive range of fresh quality seafood. They now have a great range of homemade gourmet products, so there’s bound to be something for everyone. Are you a lover of horses and wine? If so, then new advertisers to The Valley Reporter, Bickley Valley Horse and Wine Tours, will be perfect for you. They are a fully insured and guided touring group that allows you and your horse to visit the amazing wineries in the Bickley Valley area. Turn to page 20 for further information. In true community spirit, a group of creative residents have come together to form the

Hills Collective. And with everyone rushing around trying to find that last minute Christmas gift idea, the group’s important message to the rest of the community is to ‘shop and support local this year’. Turn to page 28 for their contact details. As the weather warms up, residents need to be on high alert for snakes. The Department of Parks and Wildlife have issued a media release. Go to page 25 for further information including the DPaW’s 24-hour Wildcare Helpline number. 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 Walker Civil, Kelmscott Plaza, Karradale Meats, Roleystone Supa IGA, Food Alchemy by Vanessa Jean, Bickley Valley Horse Tours, Feedman Stockfeeds, Brackenridge Pure Indulgence and Hills Collective.

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Dubbed “The Happiest 5K on the Planet” the Swisse Color Run brought swarms of colourful runners through Perth’s Langley Park on Sunday 3rd of November. Around 3,000 kilograms of blue, pink, orange and yellow coloured powder was used across the day for the 16,000 participants. More than $67,000 in proceeds from the event will go to the Princess Margaret Foundation, which works in the community to raise much-needed funding for the Princess Margaret Hospital. The event originated in the US in January 2012 and is inspired partly by the Hindu Holi Festival, with its tradition of welcoming spring by throwing natural coloured powders. Pictured above L-R: Fiona, sister Narelle and her daughters Amy and Jessica.

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What a wonderful official opening of the Roleystone Skate Park! It was a long awaited celebration of the tireless and persistent efforts of many wonderful people in our community. Thank You! I would like to thank the young people of our community. You earned it, so take pride and ownership in the gift you have received. I would also like to thank the Armadale City Council and, in particular, Bianca and Lisa, as they created a perfect event that was enjoyed by all. Thank you to the Mayor Henry Zelones for taking the time to officially open the skate park. I would like to acknowledge and thank our amazing business community, in particular, Ross and Joe from Supa IGA, Tim from Fidock & Co Real Estate, Tammy from Roleystone Florist, Aura Hairdressing, Roleystone Chemist, John from Roleystone Newsagency, Roleystone Recreation Centre, Fiona from The Valley Reporter, Roleystone Men’s Shed, Brian from Roleystone Meats, Central Surf in Armadale, Freestyle Now for running the event and their display, Malcolm from Armadale Youth Resources and his awesome boys, Splinta, and our youth workers Joyce and Stuart as well as the families for their contributions to this event. There are many other people I’d like to thank, but space is an issue so my last, but very heartfelt thanks goes to ex-councillor Pat Hart and Denise Hardie. Their groundwork, advice and mentoring has helped channel my energies appropriately. Finally, a special thanks goes to Alannah MacTiernan for her initial $50,000. Without it, we might still be in the process. The Community hub still has more work to go, and when completed, it will be an amazing area for the community to enjoy both now and in the future. Deb Wallis.

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Roley’s on the Ridge set to receive 2014 Prix D’Honneur The 2013 Annual Gold Plate awards were held on 28th October at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre. The prestigious event celebrates the winners of the coveted Gold Plates. A great number of WA restaurants from Broome to Margaret River compete and are anonymously judged throughout the year. Local restaurant Roley’s on the Ridge has again been victorious, winning the Gold Plate in Family Dining for the third consecutive year. Roley’s is the only restaurant to have achieved this, and will be awarded the highest honour: a 2014 Prix D’Honneur Award. Family dining is close to the hearts of the owners. With two young children, they understand many of the things that parents appreciate when dining out. These include having some healthy menu items combined with the traditional favourites and the value of innovative presentation. Roley’s has a kids corner with toys, books, an art board and even an old fashioned till! Kids are encouraged to wander down, have a play, enter the monthly colouring-in competition and give Mum and Dad a little time to themselves. Roley’s has excelled in the lengthy judging criteria. The Catering Institute of Australia judge venues more than once and even employ their own private health inspector to randomly complete a full check of every aspect of the kitchen. In turn, the restaurants have no idea who the ‘mystery judges’ are. There were many entries in this year’s Family Dining category, with six finalists in the final round of the competition, including Gnarabar at Gnarabup, Jetty’s Restaurant at Hillarys and Lo Zucchero at City Beach. The owners say that the secret of their success is their amazing staff and the wonderful customers who have shown so much support over the years.

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MIA FLORA CRAFTY DAY The weather was perfect, the crowd came and 20 stall holders turned up for the first Crafty Day held in the lovely gardens of Mia Flora. There were many items for sale including rustic reindeers, birdhouses, bonsai, textiles, wood-turned items, patchwork and much more. There was an overwhelming response to the “Expressions of Interest”, although it was a bit disappointing that some who had registered did not turn up. Requests were made for this event to become an annual item on the Roleystone calendar and this will be considered for the future. A big thank you must go to John at Mia Flora for allowing us to use the lovely surrounds and also to the wonderful crafts people who responded and participated. The total stall charges for the day ($125) were donated to the Cancer Council. A huge thank you to the stall holders for their donation. Everyone went home with something they had bought and were very happy with some things they had sold. Thank you one and all. Marjorie.


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On the basis that interest rates remain at current levels, you will be paying substantially more for property in 2014!! Over the past few weeks, several predominantly Eastern States based Real Estate market analysts have published commentary that the ‘Perth Housing Market is showing early signs of plateauing after a sustained period of growth.’ However in the same publications they also confirm that the Perth unemployment rates are clearly the lowest of all Capital cities at 4.10%!! With great respect, any analyst or market commentator who perceives the Perth market to be slowing down should really spend a week in the Southern Hills!!! We are all currently working 7 days a week to keep up with the property viewings and buyer enquiries! For further Real Estate news updates, contact Fraser Williams on 0439 092 248. The information contained within this correspondence is the opinion only of Roleystone Real Estate, and its representatives and may not be true and correct. All parties to which this correspondence is intended for should exercise their own due diligence as to the accuracy of the information provided. Roleystone Real Estate, its directors, employees, associates and insurers will take absolutely no responsibility for any actions arising from any parties acting on this information contained within.

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ART EXHIBITION - 4 IN DIVERSITY Three members of the Armadale Society of Artists, Christina Verbrugge, Isabel Colenutt and Irene Young along with Wayne Jeffery, a brilliant local sculptor from Byford, will be exhibiting their art at the Zig Zag Gallery in Kalamunda from 16th - 30th November 2013. The exhibition is called “4 in Diversity” and showcases the artists’ love for Australian fauna and flora in a wonderful display of art produced in different mediums around the theme of nature. In partnership with Kaarakin: The Black

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In late October we took a road trip to Kalgoorlie with our 9.5-year-old sons Jude and Beck. We’d never been to this area before and wanted to do some gold prospecting, visit the Super Pit and see the Anthony Gormley sculptures at Lake Ballard. I love road trips because the journey is part of the holiday. We spent the first day walking around Kalgoorlie town centre and its fantastic Museum. We had lunch at Hammond Park overlooking the replica Bavarian Castle and then wandered around the old pioneer graves of the cemetery. The wide streets and old building frontages evoked a feel of the Wild West. We experienced the fantastic Super Pit Tour the following day. We saw the huge dump trucks drop their payload into the crusher and the enormous amount of ore crushed just to get 3 house bricks of gold. We then went to Hannan’s Tourist Mine to try gold panning. It was a lot of fun and I even found several small flakes of gold. We had hired professional grade metal detectors at Reed’s Prospecting and took them up with us. It was very hot and unfortunately we didn’t find anything beyond bits of tin… a great experience nonetheless. Driving off track in our 4WD was a new and exciting experience. One of the highlights was a dust devil going straight through our path in the bush around White Flag Lake. After being sand blasted, the

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boys were very excited and wondered if I’d been sucked up. On one of the days, we took a 2-hour drive out to Menzies and Lake Ballard. Although the lake was stunning with a huge hill rising up from nowhere followed by 51 metal sculptures, the area was barren, desolate and a little eerie. I was fooled by the water effect haze in the distance and now understand the dangers of walking in the desert to an ‘oasis’ you can ‘see’ in the distance. We went to Danny’s Restaurant on our last night and the food was excellent. On the way back, we stopped at Coolgardie and checked out the fantastic Town Hall and Pharmacy Museum as well as Jack Carin’s old shack on the outskirts, which he lived in for 30 years. Our last stop was at the earthquake site in Meckering. I didn’t even know we had earthquakes so close to us. We had a great time discovering this unique part of Australia and enjoyed being immersed in so much history. It’s well worth checking out and you wouldn’t need more than a few days. Stephanie Glasgow.


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All teams are training and playing well, with lots of improvements across the board and fun had by all. On Friday 1st November, a tryout night was held for players who wanted to play in the State Championships in 2014. A large number of players attended and gave the selectors a hard job with their high skill level. This is the first time in 4 years the Club has been able to select two teams to represent Roleystone. Congratulations to these players on their selection and enjoy the special experience. Thank you to all who attended. U12's Coach: Sandy Johnson, Ph: 0419 875 277. Joshua Johnson, Zac Saffioti, Zane Hawkins, Thomas Maycock-Hansen, Tomas Koval, Dean Welch, Cassie Dempsey, Matthew Fermaner, Lachlan Donners, Dylan Saciuk, Jordie Saciuk and Brodie Boyes. U10's Coach: Lee Miles, Ph: 0458 742 338. Flynn Johnson, Jai Saffioti, Ashton Hawkins, Jacob Whan, Rorke Miles, Kai Miles, Eva O'Loughlan, Daniel London Lauchlan Verity, Cooper Richards, Josh Anson and Cameron Kraima. These players will be training hard over the summer to improve before the big event on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd of March 2014 at Langley Park in Perth, so pencil these dates into your diaries and come

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Expertise, Integrity, Service and support the players and our Club. We would also like to congratulate and thank Emma and Neil Vincent, Jack and Simone Kraima, Paul Verity and Lee Miles on attending a recent Umpires Clinic and gaining their Green Shirt Accreditation. This is a vital part of the Club’s future because without volunteers, there would be no games. The Club is now running its annual fundraiser of selling chocolates and lollies, so please support our players where you can (players please return money ASAP). On Saturday 2nd November, around 45 people from Roleystone had a great time at Baseball Park for the season opener  of the Perth Heat vs Sydney double header  games with two Roleystone players (Joshua Johnson and Tomas Koval) playing in the TBAWA Supersquad. Under 8’s teams please take note that there will be a Friday night game on 29th November starting at 5pm with no game played on Saturday morning. Our last game for this year will be on the 14th December 2013 for all teams. See you on the Diamond. Wendy Mays, Publicity Officer.

HIGH POINT

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EC: 007510

• Bore Pumps • Stoves • Hot Water Systems • New Homes • Safety Switches • Smoke Alarms • Meter Box Upgrades

ALL GENERAL ELECTRICAL WORK Contact Marius

0419 004 475 Email: highpointelectrical@ssbs.net.au PO Box 197 Maddington WA 6989

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Season now in full swing

Major SponSor

Julian Graziani


CORNERSTONE CABINETS

FOR ALL YOUR CABINET MAKING NEEDS SPECIALISING IN ALL TYPES OF KITCHENS Call Paul Haynes

0427 445 041

B.Y.O. Takeaway Dine-In

Shop 4, 198 Brookton Hwy Kelmscott

Closed Tuesdays

KIM VALLEY RESTAURANT chinese restaurant

AUTHENTIC INTERNATIONAL STANDARD CHINESE FOOD

Ph: 9495 1188

9497 7488

Fax: 9495 2108

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23 Thomas St Armadale (Cnr Church Ave) Open 6 Days New innovative vet hospital in Armadale. Designed to be pet and family friendly with staff who will really care about your pet. www.foothillsanimalhospital.com.au“Warm Hearts for Cold Noses”

Vince Curulli (centre) with daughter Rebecca and brother Julian.

CURULLI’S SEAFOOD MARKETS Family owned and operated, Curulli’s Seafood Markets has been providing fresh local WA Seafood since 1989. Our main supply of fresh fish is sourced from the local West Australian coast between Point Samson in the north to Albany in the south. The seafood is caught fresh from the boat and freighted overnight to Fremantle. From there it comes to our store, meaning it’s always fresh to your table. Our prawns and other shellfish are sourced from Shark Bay, Exmouth, Carnarvon, Rottnest and Garden Islands and freshly cooked in store using natural seawater. Our King Salmon and mussels come from the crystal clear rivers of New Zealand, while our oysters are sourced whole from Smokey Bay in South Australia and shucked daily. Vince, Rhonda and Julian, who have been around seafood all their life, run the business. Rhonda is a qualified chef and offers free advice and easy to follow steps to make cooking seafood a success. We now have a great range

of homemade gourmet products such as pickled octopus, prawns, mussels and squid. We also smoke our own salmon, squid and mussels using natural hickory wood chips and our entire homemade gourmet products have no added preservatives, artificial flavours or colours. We encourage you to try our latest creation of dried “Fish Chips”, which is naturally air-dried salmon (jerky). It comes in two flavours, sweet chilli or gluten free honey and soy. With Christmas just around the corner, drop in and see our extensive range of fresh quality seafood. We are situated at 50 Forrest Road, Armadale (Forrest Road Fresh) and open Wednesday to Sunday. You can trust Curulli’s Seafood to provide the freshest seafood for your family… one taste and we guarantee you’ll be “hooked”.


LAST STAND FOREST RALLY

Compassionate convenient care of your pet at home Dr Judith M Congrene BSc BVMS Veterinary Surgeon drjcongrene@westnet.com.au

Phone: 0433 2137 28

Excellent service, reasonable prices vaccinations, microchipping, routine health checks, treatment of common problems including arthritis, allergies, abscesses, compassionate euthanasia of pets at home

• Plans arranged & submitted to shire requirements

Phone 9496 1262

Others expressed concern that millions of animals, birds and plants of the forest would be killed in the logging process. Also, the survival of many forest species will be threatened under the plan to log between 1,500sqkm and 2,000sqkm of native forest over the duration of the intended 10-year plan. Mr Weir said that conservationists’ concerns should not to be taken lightly by the State Government as the Minister for Environment moves closer to signing the proposed 10-year Forest Management Plan covering the 2014-2023 period. Forest issues have the ability to ignite public passion and bridge the gap between political parties. This was evident between 1995 and 2001 when the debate raged across the political spectrum and brought many high profile people into the debate.

2 Merton Road Roleystone WA 6111 Mobile: 0408 959 340 Fax: 9496 1862 Email: wilbuild@iinet.net.au Website: www.willbuild.com.au

770 Brookton HigHway roleystone Opening Hours: Mon - Fri: 7:00am - 6:00pm Sat: 7:00am - 2:00pm

is your VeHicle ready for tHe summer Heat and long road trips? We would like to wish all of our customers and the community a very safe and happy Christmas from Jason and Samantha Roleystone Auto Centre proudly supports local businesses

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On Saturday the 19th of October, the Last Stand Rally in Forrest Place attracted over 1,000 people as the forest debate in Western Australia re-emerged into the public arena as a major issue. Throughout the rally, passionate speakers raised grave concerns about the past and future management of South West native forests. Patrick Weir, the coordinator of the Forest Legacy, staged the rally. The goal is to see a paradigm shift in forest management that would end all logging in South West native forests, build a bigger timber industry in plantations (in line with the example of South Australia), and preserve all South West native forests to earn an income from the sale of carbon credits and reduce the risk of climate change. ‘Logging South West native forests is a killing industry, a dying industry and an industry on life support at a cost to taxpayers of $9.5 million each year. With any life support, there comes a time when it must be withdrawn and that time has come for the Native Forest Timber Industry,’ said Mr Weir. Speakers expressed great concern that forest areas of high conservation value containing trees up to 600 years old are being logged to supply woodchip to the international market.

Pet Assist 332 Home Vet Services


Perfect wedding day for Adelle and Steven Adelle Louise married Alyssa in April 2014. Steven Kaps on Saturday It was a big week for the 26th of October the Birch’s. Adelle 2013 at their Roleystone marrying on the same home. She is daughter date as their deceased of Russ and Lulu uncle, brother of Russ Birch, sister to Kurtis, who was tragically lost Lukas and Ruban. The to horrific car accident happy couple have been last year and Ruban together for six years the last child to finish her lecturer. Kurtis, the and engaged for one his schooling. It was a year. They met at a fitness second child, is to follow perfect day for a perfect course, with Steven being her footsteps and marry wedding.

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License No: WA 9TA 1394 ABN: 35 113 085 626 Member: IATA, AFTA

Photographs courtesy of Jayne Taylor.

Next Field Day December 8, 2013 The next field day will be a dieback treatment session held in Garland Reserve, Garland Road, Roleystone. Treatment will commence at 9.00am and will finish at 12.00pm. Participants will be able to borrow the equipment to treat their own trees against dieback. New volunteers will be welcome. If you require any further information

please visit our website: www. roleybushcare.com.au. This and other information is also shown on the notice board at the Roleystone Shopping Centre. Morning Tea will, as usual, be provided. We hope to see you there! Wishing all of you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Horst Seecamp.


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Remembrance Day 2013

For All Aspects Of Plumbing and Gas Contact Andy

Mobile: 0419 986 923

Office: 9293 7524

Email: abmplumbing@ymail.com

McAuliffe’s Wrought Iron Metal Art Specialising in Individual Designs For all your Wrought Iron requirements

• GATES • FENCES • BALUSTRADES • SECURITY GRILLES • FURNITURE • GENERAL FABRICATION & WELDING Michael McAuliffe 8 Peet Road Roleystone WA 6111

Phone/Fax: (08) 9496 1348 Mobile: 0417 966 599 mimcauliffe@bigpond.com

MAGIC MOON CHILDCARE Small friendly centre SPecialiSinG in 2-6yr oldS

Roleystone Community College wishes to warmly thank Mr and Mrs Gwynne and family for their continued generosity in donating the beautiful roses for our wreaths for Remembrance Day 2013. Every year Mr and Mrs Gwynne extend this kindness to our College community and Roleystone Community College would like to acknowledge this thoughtfulness and goodwill. Photograph courtesy of Michelle Armstrong.

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30YRS Same qualified Owner/CO-OrdinatOr SinCe 1983-26yrS • experienced, caring staff • first aid police clearance • food safe/ nutritious meals • Safe, loving & fun environment • High quality care accredited • educational program and equipment, safe and secure adventure playground and garden hidden from view of public • away from traffic fumes Phone linda 9399 1838 for a time to visit and see for yourself 101 Forrest road armadale

• House Extensions & Renovations • Timber Decks • Walls Removed Limestone Rendering • General Building Work

SMARTER THAN SMOKING AWARDS Roleystone Community College is excited to announce that our Year 8 film students have been awarded top honours in this year's Smarter Than Smoking Young Directors Festival. The winning 30 second commercial will be screened at Armadale Grand Cinema before each movie during the summer. More than 200 community members, students, teachers and families attended the gala awards event, which debuted the first screening of youth made antismoking television commercials. The competition was tough, with six schools in the area submitting 7 entries. The judges were lead by a panel of

leading WA health agencies and Murdoch University. A Smarter Than Smoking youth committee member said Roleystone Community College's commercial with the tagline of 'Live life, love life, don't smoke’, successfully communicated the social cost of smoking. All youth made television commercials are now available for viewing at http:// www.futureinyourhands.com.au. Coordinated by the Smarter than Smoking Project and South Metropolitan Public Health Unit in Armadale, the Smarter than Smoking Young Directors Festival is an innovative approach to health promotion in the school setting.


On Thursday 31st October, Hillendale Retirement Village celebrated its 30th Birthday in the Roleystone Seniors Club by indulging in a lovely afternoon tea served by representatives from Amana Living. The cake was cut by Jean Davies, one of the original instigators in getting the Hillendale Retirement Village up and running all those years ago, which is now enjoyed by the many residents who reside there. Photographs courtesy of Marjorie.

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Shop 4a /2756 Albany Highway Kelmscott WA 6111 (next door to Domino’s)

ashton’s handyman services Call Tony on 9399 5664 or 0409 579 438

Email: ashtonshandyman@yahoo.com.au PO Box 93, Kelmscott WA 6991 Pensioner Discount

Make today the First step to the Life YOU Deserve..

Topaze Studio jackie@topazelifestylecoaching.com 39 Tyers Rd www.topazedesigns.com Roleystone WA 6111 Mobile: 0418 912 023

Excellent Window Cleaning

Local and Reliable

Old Fashion Service • Police Cleared • All Insured • Winter Gutter Clean Available

Call Anam on 0401 503 157

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Kids After School Art Workshops Tuesdays @ 3.30pm - 4.30pm or 4pm - 5pm. Cost: $20 per session or $90 for 6 sessions. All Art supplies included in price. 2hr Adult Abstract Art Workshops Mon-Sat 10am - 12pm, all art materials supplied, $35 per person. What is Lifestyle Coaching? Many people are drawn to Life Coaching as they feel their life is out of balance or they are ready for change. Life Coaching can help people understand themselves and how to move forward with their lives. The coaching is a positive process involving a series of face to face or online coaching sessions between the coach and client. I can help you identify your goals and guide you in putting together an action plan to free up time to help you reach your goals. As a thank you, you will receive a free copy of 5 Ways to Success. Call now and book your first free 1-hour, one on one Lifestyle Coaching Session. Group Coaching and Journaling Workshop Change the way you feel about yourself in 4 weeks! Are you one of those people who struggle to stay in relationships or friendships because no one is ‘up to your expectations’? Is there something wrong with you? No. It just takes a new way of looking at things, learning new habits and unlearning the old ones. We will spend time talking and learning about any problems, goals and relationships that you need help with. You will also learn the art of journaling and its therapeutic values, by writing down and painting your emotions in your art and journaling book along with other notes and exercises that are all supplied. Time: 10am - 12noon (morning tea and art/ coaching materials supplied) Dates: Mondays starting 4th Nov - 25th Nov 2013. Your investment in you is only $250, or pay up front and receive the Earlybird Special of $200. Limit of 4 people per course. High Tea & Art Workshops Enjoy a delicious High Tea prepared just for you and your group of 4-6 people. Bookings need to be made at least a week in advance. Beginners are welcome. Included in workshop: canvas, paints, glass of wine and high tea. Cost: $90 per person (50% deposit required on booking). Time: 11am - 3pm. Location & Bookings: Topaze Art Studio, 39 Tyers Rd Roleystone Mob: 0418 912 023. Email: jacs-39@westnet.com.au www.topazedesigns.com


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beginner’s meditation workshops

Learn to “still” your mind, free your soul and find the peace, healing and power associated with meditation. My aim is to assist you to explore, question and improve your existence individual or small group classes available.

Bookings essential – call Jen 0417 945 988 or email: pillowtalk.zzz@bigpond.com Other services available – Dream Consultation and Space Clearing

DIEBACK TREATMENT SPECIALISTS

3 Strategic Dieback Treatments 3 Assessments & Management Plans 3 DIY Support

Contact Glenn, your nationally accredited Phytophthora Dieback expert for free advice. The dieback solution is safe, effective & affordable

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www.diebacktreatments.com

WA Treeworks ✓ Mulch sales ✓ Prompt & reliable service ✓ Free quotes & advice ✓ Fully insured ✓ Power line clearance ✓ Stump grinding/mulching ✓ 20 17 years experience David Barker ✓ Local to Roleystone ✓ Authorised Western Power Contractor

For all your Treelopping needs we have a solution contact David on

9496 0306 or 0427 150 869 Freecall: 1800 088 733

tracie@q-net.net.au sales@watreeworks.com.au Email: admin@watreeworks.com.au

Website: www.watreeworks.com.au

We accept most major credit cards

Girls on the Porch has seen a few changes in 2013. We said goodbye to Sarah Holland and hello to Melati Hall and welcomed a change in venue for our annual fundraising event. After the success of our Mother’s Day High Tea in May, we charged into the preparations for the annual October event. For the first time since its establishment in 2007, Girls on the Porch travelled to Fremantle, where Events Manager Anthony Brandis helped create a memorable function at the Fremantle Esplanade by Rydges. Once again, we were blown away by the donations from our more than generous donators. There were amazing prizes in homewares, pamper, food and wine, jewellery, deluxe accommodation, silent auction and the much anticipated “Big One”. A huge thank you to all the businesses, local and further afield, for your support. We were very privileged and excited to have representatives from the National Breast Cancer Foundation attend our function. Gabriel Lacoba, Manager of Community Fundraising, spoke about current research projects and the hope that by 2030 there will be no more deaths from breast cancer. The feedback from Sydney regarding the event has been more than positive. To all those who attended, they pass on their thanks to you for helping raise much needed funds. Maggie Munkley was our speaker for 2013. She spoke about dealing with breast cancer after feeling a lump the size of a pinhead, reinforcing the importance of having the slightest difference quickly checked. Maggie, thank you for your support and best wishes for the future. It goes without saying that we send a huge thank to our Pink Ladies Maria, Gina and Melati for all their help. A very special thank you must go to the helpful staff at the Fremantle Esplanade and our helpers Fiona, Tania and Renee. We thank Ze Photography for providing a photo booth for our guests to capture memorable moments. There was also entertainment by Pretty Fly and Abbasalutely. If the number of people dancing was a gauge, the day was a great success. Thank you to Karen and her bands… you were amazing. We raised a staggering $29,000 from the event and external raffle ticket draw. Many amazing prizes were won, and we congratulate the following winning ticket holders in the external raffle: • 1st Prize - ticket 05228 • 2nd Prize - ticket 00064 • 3rd Prize - ticket 05013 In closing, we pass on our heartfelt thanks for your continued support and we look forward to seeing you all again in 2014. Watch this space for details of our next event. Wendy and Melissa.


ROLEYSTONE D E N TA L S U R G E R Y Dr Irene Tan BDSc (WA) and Dr Serene Ong • New Dentist Available • Open Mon-Fri 9-5pm and Sat 2-5pm late appointments available upon request • HBF and Medibank Private preferred providers

2/9 Wygonda Rd Roleystone WA 6111 Ph: 9397 6337 Fax: 9496 2563 Email: roleystonedentalsurgery@gmail.com

K&K CONCRETE

• Crossovers • Foot Paths • Driveways • Carports • Sheds • Patios

KEVIN CAMPBELL

Mobile: 0433 728 478 A/Hrs: 9397 6919

Dr Job Kayode Ojo MBBS, DTM&H, FRACGP, FACRRM Dr Oladipo Ajayi MBBS, DA, FRACGP Dr Mohammed Shahid MBBS, FRACGP Xmas hours are as follows: Xmas Eve 24 Dec 9am till 1pm, Xmas Day 25 Dec closed, Boxing Day 26 Dec closed, Fri 27 Dec closed, Sat 28 Dec closed, Mon 30 Dec closed, Tues 31 Dec closed, New Years Day Wed 1 Jan closed. Resuming Thurs 2 Jan.

Ph. 9397 7122

Unit 1, 9 Wygonda Road, Roleystone WA 6111 www.roleystonefmc.com.au Fax. 9397 7132

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Karl’s Bobcat and Truck Hire • General Bobcat Work • Sandpads • Gravel Driveways • Recycled Bitumen Driveways • Car Parks • Landscaping • Limestone Wall Specialists • Leach Drains and Septic Systems • Block Clearing Owner Operator ‘The Hills Specialist’ Karl Preece

0407 062 266 / 9496 3641

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JACQUELINE T. HUNT B. Com., CPA Certified Practising Accountant REGISTERED TAX AGENT

• Thousands of weekly specials • Locked down low prices • Freshness guarantee • Favourite brands and local seasonal produce Family owned and run since 1984

+ Individual & Sole Traders

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+ Partnerships + Company

+ Family Trusts

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OPEN 7 DAYS Monday to Saturday 8am - 7pm Thursday 8am - 8pm Sunday 8.30am - 7pm Public Holidays 8.30am - 6pm

Email your documents + BAS/GST

Multiple years welcome

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Tel: 94961886 1886 T: 9496 Fax: 9496 1887

How the Roleystone locals like it

Go to iga.com.au for more information Jacqueline T. Hunt is a CPA Practice

E: jackie@mytaxaccountant.net.au Email: jackie@mytaxaccountant.net.au

21 Jarrah Road Roleystone Phone: 9397 5549

Please phone or email for an appointment Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation.

How the Roleystone locals like it

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Dreaming of a new car or overseas holiday? Are you ready for home improvements or going back to study?

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Drop into your nearest branch at Roleystone Shopping Centre, Roleystone or phone 9397 7466. Terms, conditions, fees and charges apply. All loans subject to the bank’s normal lending criteria. Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Limited ABN 11 068 049 178 AFSL/Australian Credit Licence 237879. PL9 (200195_v1) (12/11/2013)

Roleystone-Karragullen Community Bank® Branch


Food Alchemy with Vanessa Jean

CANE TOAD IDENTIFICATION The Department of Environment and Conservation recently celebrated the launch of Western Australia’s first cane toad identification app for mobile devices. Developed by the University of Western Australia and the DEC, the app helps people distinguish between cane toads and native frogs. “People can download the smart phone and tablet app from the iTunes store and use the visual, audio and written information to help differentiate between cane toads and native frogs of the Kimberley region,” said DEC State Cane Toad Initiative program coordinator Corrin Everitt. The app contains three main areas: • Frogs and Toads - seven native Kimberley frogs and toads in three stages of the life cycle (juvenile, metamorph and adult) are profiled.

The information includes size, colour, distinguishing features, breeding and location, plus high resolution images and an audio file. • Frog Log - enables the user to document frog sightings, establish a GPS location and utilise the mobile device’s camera and recording functions. • Cane Toad - provides more information about toad handling, reporting toad sightings, and URL links for more information. The Department of Parks and Wildlife (DPaW) is encouraging people to use the app on their mobile device as well as their computer to distinguish between native frogs and cane toads. All cane toad sightings should be reported to the Cane Toad Hotline by calling 1800 449 453, by texting a photograph to 0400 693 807, or canetoads@dpaw.wa.gov.au.

Specialising in Wholefood Cooking and Raw Food Cuisine • Organic • Seasonal • Alive • Retreats in Australia and Abroad

AURA HAiRdRessing Your Local exclusive Hair salon Women’s, Men’s & Children’s roleystone sHoPPInG Centre 10/21 Jarrah road roleystone

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Mon-Fri: 8.30am-5pm , sat 8am-3.30pm Available for Xmas: •Gift Vouchers •Gift Pack Sets •Wonderland GHD’s• Xmas Raffle

Walker Civil

SpecialiSing in: • Liquid Limestone • Exposed Aggregated Concrete • Creative Design & Installation • Driveways • Pool Surrounds • Blockwork & Bullnosing Email: walkercivil@bigpond.com www.walkercivil.com.au

Mick Walter 0419 554 363 or 0419 554 217 198 Brookton Highway Kelmscott Ph / Fax: 9390 1912 monpetitgourmet@mail.com

Deborah & Darren • Fine Food & Delicacies • Take Away Coffees, Frappes & Shakes • Cakes, Cookies & Hot Foods • Gift Baskets • Continental Rolls & Sandwiches • Selection of Cold Meats & Cheeses • European, Australian & Asian Products • Frozen Delicacies • Coffee Beans & Tea Products • Organic & Gluten Free Range • Pancakes

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Sprouts are a delicious and nutritious addition to any meal. They are simple to prepare and their magic works while you don’t. All you need is good quality water and something to sprout in a bowl! A personal favorite is Mung beans. Just place whole, raw Mung beans in a bowl of water and set aside on the bench top to sprout (if it is hot, leave overnight). Rinse and replace with fresh water daily. Once the sprouting process has begun, place in the fridge to avoid over fermenting and mould. If mould does appear, discard into the garden immediately. Add to salads, raw ‘fried rice’, nori, curries... or eat as they are. They are a deliciously addictive snack. Mung sprout salad Below is a simple salad and dressing recipe that will be a hit with the whole family, including the children. Feel free to chop and change ingredients to suit your taste, the seasons and what is growing in your garden. Ingredients: • 2 cups Mung sprouts (2 days sprouting optimal) • 1 zucchini, finely diced • 4-6 kale leaves (depending on size and how much you like); cut into small pieces • 6 cos lettuce leaves, cut or broken into sizes of your preference. • 1 grated carrot • 1 cup sunflower seeds • 1 cup pepitas • 1 ripe avocado (diced, or roughly chopped into chunks) • 1-2 celery sticks, finely diced • Fresh herbs to your taste (parsley is great) • 1 lemon, juiced • 1 orange, juiced (let the pulp fall in if you like) • Salt and pepper to taste Photograph courtesy of Deanna White. • Good quality olive oil For flavour and health benefits, add a touch of apple cider vinegar (make sure you buy good quality apple cider vinegar as it is wonderful for putting the ‘good bugs’ back into the stomach). If you decide to add apple cider vinegar, balance the dressing with some honey or agave as it adds a little heaven to the earthiness of the other ingredients. Alternatively, you can add currants or dried blue berries. Place all the ingredients into a bowl and shower in olive oil, citrus juices and apple cider vinegar (optional). Mix thoroughly with your hands. Add a few leaves of your chosen herb and a sprinkle of seeds on top. Add salt and pepper to taste and enjoy this nutrient dense salad. Serve with egg and sourdough bread for a lovely breakfast, or place salad into cos lettuce leaves for a tasty ‘bread wrap’ alternative. If you enjoy this recipe, you’ll find plenty more within future Valley Reporter’s. If you have any questions, call me on 0410 421 213. To find out more about my raw and wholefood classes, call the Roleystone Family Centre on 9496 1115.


BICKLEY VALLEY HORSE TOURS Tel: 0418 956 519 or 0407 635 832 Fax: 9258 9183 Email: bickleyvalleyhorsetours@gmail.com www.bickleyvalleyhorsetours.com

• Pony Parties • Winery & Pub Tours • BYO Horse • Guided Tours

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BICKLEY VALLEY HORSE AND WINE TOURS Attention all horse owners! If you are tired of the same old tracks or arena, Bickley Valley Horse Tours is for you. Local ladies Sophie Petrucci and Evie Molson have created a company that caters to those who love horses and wine. Bickley Valley Horse Tours is a fully insured and guided touring group that allows you and your horse to visit the amazing wineries in the Bickley Valley area, even including Karragullen’s Rock Inne Tavern on their ‘Enduro Tour’. They cater for all rider levels from beginners to the more adventurous. The girls offer a safe location to park your float, tack up and prepare for the trek. The winery tour is our most popular option and it’s been so succesful that we have added more dates each month. The three-hour tour includes all tastings and a gourmet lunch, followed by a winding

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trek back to base. Our next Winery tours are to be held on November 30th, December 14th and more dates will be set for January. Some of the other options at Bickley Valley Horse Tours include: Picnic rides (Ages 16+), Enduro rides (30kms) and coming soon in collaboration with Hidden Valley Eco Spa, the overnight accommodation package. This includes: • A guided bush trek with you and your horse at a time selected by yourself; • A Cellar Door Tour; • Day Spa Voucher; • Breakfast daily. Bickley Valley Horse Tours also offer Pony Parties for the kids. The gorgeous ponies come to you and can be dressed up in theme! Our staff are first-aid certified and have Working with Children’s check cards. If you have questions or would like to know more, please don’t hesitate to drop us a line by calling Sophie on 0407 635 832 or Evie on 0418 956 519. You can also send us an email at bickleyvalleyhorsetours@gmail. com. Stay up to date and like us on Facebook or visit www.bickleyvalleyhorsetours.com. We hope to see you and your horse on the trail soon. Sophie Petrucci and Evie Molson. Bickley Valley Horse and Wine Tours “For the true Horse Adventurer”

KELMSCOTT LIBRARY WRITING GROUP PUBLISHES ANTHOLOGY

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The Kelmscott Library provides local writers of the group Come Write In with a venue twice monthly to meet and progress writing skills in a friendly, supportive atmosphere. The group recently published its thirteenth anthology of members’ creative prose and poetry. ‘Initially, members focused solely on family history, but the session has grown into a wonderful platform for people who enjoy writing to explore the expressive power of the English language’, says group member Neil Macdonald. There are no special requirements

to join and new members are always welcome. The first two visits are free. Members pay $20 a year ($10 for six months) or $2 per session. If you love writing, this is the perfect environment to share your creative skills with other like-minded people. Members improve their writing skills through constructive feedback and sometimes proceed to publish their own work. For more information on CWI sessions, please contact the friendly staff at Kelmscott Library: P: 9399 0810 E: kmslib@armadale.wa.gov.au.


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The Roleystone Christmas Market will be held on Sunday 8th December from 2pm til 7pm and promises to be an awesome chance to get the Christmas list sorted. To fit in with the holiday theme, students from local schools will be performing on stage. The Roleystone Singers will also be performing Christmas carols and some crowd favourites, while Paul Peacock has very kindly donated his time and fabulous voice to entertain us all. We have received confirmation from the North Pole that Santa will be popping onto the oval to visit all the children in the afternoon. We have advised him that landing the sleigh would just be impossible with all of our wonderful stallholders set up, and he has spoken to a friend of his who has offered him a novel solution to get around and meet all the kids.

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As always, the Roleystone Markets will feature our distinctive mix of quality handcrafted and handmade goods. We have been overwhelmed with the applications received from stallholders and look forward to seeing some familiar and new faces. The face painters will be back at the Christmas markets, and for a gold coin donation you can have your face painted with a Christmas theme. The bouncy castle will be on the Community Gardens Lawn again for the kids to have a bounce. We would like to thank the Roleystone Community for their continued support of the markets, and we look forward to seeing you down at the Old Primary School Oval, Corner of Jarrah Road and Robin Road from 2pm til 7pm.

ACTORS NEEDED FOR ‘BRILLIANT LIES’ Garrick Theatre is looking for actors in its first season of 2014 when Director Dale James will be directing David Williamson’s ‘Brilliant Lies’. Williamson is known for his extensive range of plays including Don’s Party, The Club, Travelling North, Money and Friends as well as the screenplays Gallipoli, The Year of Living Dangerously, Phar Lap and Balibo. ‘Brilliant Lies’ is described as a serious comedy about sexual harassment in the workplace, focusing on political correctness and changing social values. It was made into a 1996 film with Anthony LaPaglia, Gia and Zoe Carides and Ray Barrett. Auditions for the production will be held from 10am on December 8, with a range of males and females are required: • Marion, official commission mediator, age 30s-40s; • Suzy, a young ambitious career woman (tarty in appearance), in her 20s; • Vince, owner of the business where Suzy works, aged 45-plus;

• Gary, Suzy’s manager, aged 40plus; • Katy, Suzy’s sister, in her late 20s/early 30s; • Brian, Suzy’s father, aged 50plus; • Paul, Suzy’s older brother, in his 30s. Performance dates for the show are January 30 to February 15. For more details, please call Dale James on 0407 426 957 or email dalejames911@hotmail.com. Garrick Theatre is at 16 Meadow Street, Guildford, opposite the Stirling Arms Hotel and Guildford Town Hall.


adopt an animal Are you looking for a great environmentally friendly Christmas gift idea? For as little as $35 you can adopt an animal and make a real difference. All funds raised through our adoption program support Kanyana and contribute towards a species of animal.

When you adopt a species you receive: • A certificate of adoption; • A photo of your adopted species; • The quarterly Kanyana newsletter; • The knowledge that your contribution goes towards the care and rehabilitation of an Australian animal back into the wild. Adoptions are valid for 12 months and are available at two levels: • Native Animals (Echidna/ Tawny Frog Mouth/ Stimsons Python/ Kangaroo/ Quenda/ Emu, Magpie, Shingle Back Lizard): $35, • Native Animals under threat (endangered Boodie/ Woylie, Red Tailed Black Cockatoo, Western Barred Bandicoot, Bilby): $50. If you are interested please purchase online

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PERTH RIDE TO CONQUER CANCER with weary legs, but with our last pit-stop at Preston Point Reserve in Bicton, we were ready for the final 15kms to Macallum Park and the glorious finish line - 113.8kms later. We would like to extend a special thank you to the community, our friends and family and to the staff at Roleystone-Karragullen Bendigo Bank for their support of the Perth Ride to Conquer Cancer and our team ‘The Escapees’. Together with your support, we were able to fundraise over $15,000 and were part of a fundraising effort that exceeded $5.3 million dollars for the Western Australian Institute for Medical Research, which is used by researchers to enhance the lives of cancer sufferers and to aid in preventing cancer.

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On the 3rd of November, Roleystone Theatre celebrated its 80th birthday with a picnic party at Churchman Brook Dam. A barbecue lunch was followed by fun and games, including the classics pass the parcel, an egg and spoon race and pin the tail on the donkey. Our next production, Peter Pan, is due to open on the 22nd of November. Soon, the lights will go up on this exciting story of the boy who never grew up. This production promises to be entertaining for both young and old. At the time of print, our matinee performances have all but sold out, so we have added an additional matinee performance on Sunday the 1st of December. Book now to avoid disappointment by calling 9397 5730 or heading to our website www. roleystonetheatre.com.au and clicking on the ‘Book Online Now!’ button. On the 28th of October, Roleystone Theatre sadly lost one of its long time theatre members with the passing of Don Morris. Don joined in the 1970’s when he moved to Roleystone and started working at the then Roleystone Primary School. He has performed and participated ‘behind the scenes’ in numerous productions since joining the

theatre, most recently in The Crucible. He will be greatly missed by many. We are pleased to announce the following productions for our 2014 season: March: The House that Jack Built. An original play, written and directed by Mark Thompson. May: A Trip to Bountiful. Directed by Kim Martin. July: The Great American Trailor Park Musical. Directed by Lorna Mackie. October: Storytime in the Hills. November: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Directed by Lys Tickner. We are also planning further youth orientated activities including another acting for screen workshop. New members are welcome anytime and we look forward to seeing you at our next production.

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Pictured (top-bottom): Savannah Prince, Alexandra Thomas-Wurth and Gemma Wright as a Mermaid play mermaids in Peter Pan. Andre Victor is Smee the pirate in Peter Pan at Roleystone Theatre. Sam Barnett is the pirate Starkey in Peter Pan.


the Snakes are on the move As the weather heats up the Department of Parks and Wildlife (DPaW) is reminding people to be on high alert for snakes. DPaW wildlife officer Matthew Swan said snake encounters were on the rise as reptiles emerged from their winter hideouts. “Snakes are most active over the next few months and we expect the number of calls from concerned residents who encounter a snake will rise sharply,” he said. “When it comes to snakes, extra care should be taken when venturing outdoors particularly near swamps, lakes and bush land.” “Snakes will normally try to avoid humans, however, people still need to be aware and take precautions such as wearing long pants and enclosed shoes when walking along bush trails.” Mr Swan said most snake bites occurred when people tried to catch or kill the snake. He also urged dog owners to take extra care when walking their dogs near wetlands and bushland areas as they rarely survive a venomous snake bite. “Residents can also reduce the risk of having a snake in their backyard by keeping their yards clear of long grass and discarded household rubbish and building materials,

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GOOD SHEPHERD NEWS The Good Shepherd Catholic School community gathered together in a musical celebration on Wednesday, 30 October. Held in the superb facilities at The Lumen Christi Performing Arts Centre, it was the school’s annual Music Night. Students in Year 3 through to Year 6 all participated in the concert and presented a variety of creative treats for the appreciative audience of family and friends. The evening opened with the Year 3, 4, and 5 choir singing three songs complete with eighty straw hats. The Year 6 class presented two entertaining percussion ensemble pieces using some very sophisticated instruments, plastic buckets and beetroot tins. The evening featured the instrumental music program with performances by the School Band and two woodwind soloists. The concert finished with the Year 6 Choir singing a medley of songs based around the theme of “Under the Sea.” Music Specialist Diana Newman praised the students for their fine performances, thanked the parents for their loving support and praised the staff for helping make the evening a success.

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This term the Year 3 students have been focusing on ‘Australia’s Neighbouring Countries’ with the challenge of answering the following essential question: ‘Where are Australia’s neighbouring countries located and what are the similarities and differences between their natural and human characteristics?’ With this in mind, the students have set to work creating a poetry book and developing

Good Shepherd Catholic Primary School celebrated all things Science a few weeks ago. The students from Kindy to Year 6 were treated to a variety of Science based activities, including making slime, monster toothpaste, rainbow bubble snakes, making and tasting sherbet, creating exploding volcanoes, excavating dinosaur fossils, having fun with drawbots, air surfing with walk along gliders and much more. Lumen Christi College joined the Expo once again, generously sharing their time and materials with the students. The Ribbons of Blue ‘Water Catchment Model’ was also on display for students to recognise how important it is to keep our waterways clean and learn ways to be more sustainable. An Open Afternoon was held for the students and their families to enjoy all the activities. The Year 5 and 6 students led the afternoon superbly and were fantastic ambassadors for Science and their school. Students were able to lead their families through the new on-site frog pond ‘Tiddalik’s Place’, which environmental agency SERCUL installed with the help from the Good Shepherd Environment Team. The children were thrilled to see the ecosystem brimming with new life with the arrival of tadpoles. Science Specialist Teacher Kristy Maher is already in planning mode for the 2014 Science Expo. It’s safe to say, at Good Shepherd Kelmscott, GSK also stands for Great Science Kids.

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Saturday 23rd November 10am-2pm at the Roleystone Hall Cnr Jarrah & Wygonda Rds Roleystone A great variety of stalls, raffle, entertainment, refreshments, children’s corner. We look forward to seeing you there. Also Sausage Sizzle at Roleystone Shopping Centre. The VALLEY Reporter proudly supports ST CHRISTOPHER’S CHURCH

two presentations that will be showcased at the end of the year. These may be presented in written form, such as creating a recipe book, or orally, as in teaching classes how to play a sport. They may also use technology such as filming themselves with iPads or creating a slide show. The students in Year 3 are very excited about showcasing their work to other classes and parents at the end of the term.


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It has been a very busy month at the Club so far. The Quiz Night on the 2nd of November was a huge success, with all tickets sold out in no time. Everyone had a great night with plenty of crowd interaction and fantastic prizes. We extend a very big thank you to sponsors who donated items, Alex and Sandy for their groundwork and to our format designer and MC Mike Bailey. Keep an eye out for another Quiz Night soon. The Melbourne Cup has come and gone once again. Everyone who attended our Melbourne Cup day came out a winner. The weather was fantastic and the ladies were ravishing in their Cup day finery… even the guys looked very smart, with our Vice President suited up to the nines. The ladies fashion parade, great food and wonderful music made the day fun and lively. Thanks to all our sponsors for the donation of prizes: Anna at Aura Hairdressing, Action South East Reality, Felicity from Veducci Fashions and

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Councillors Notes Cut your Grass With the season heating up, fire safety becomes very important. Please remember to mow/slash/ pull any tall grass. A general clean up is also a good idea – sweep and rake up the leaves on paths and drives, and clean up any dead branches. It is a good idea to prune vegetation a few meters away from the eaves and house and check gutters. More information is available on the City and DFES websites. If you are concerned about the fire risk of a property, you can write to the City and request the Rangers inspect. The Rangers have the authority to ask residents to clean up their property if it is determined as dangerous. If you receive such a notice, it is important to act within the given time frame otherwise contractors will be utilised to do the job and the bill will be sent to the resident. The verge and You The verge is part of the ‘road reserve’, a portion of land that is allocated for the placement of power/water/gas/sewerage/

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drainage services and for the placement of the actual road and a footpath. The verge is crown land. It is not owned by the Local Government but is ‘vested’ to the Local Government for management. No concomitant funding is vested in the Local Government to maintain the verge. It is preferred that the adjacent resident maintain their verge and garden at the same time. It must be understood that if residents are unable or unwilling to maintain their verge the City will maintain it if deemed dangerous (for fire or sightlines), but the City may not have the funds available to neatly tend to the verges by hand as it is more economical to use a machine. If you would like to treat your verge as part of your garden, contact the City for more information. The information contained herein is the understanding of Cr Caroline Wielinga. For specific advise please check with the City of Armadale.

Bickley – Western Australia Statistics for June 2013 Temperature Average Minimum: 8.1 C Maximum: 16.6 C Total Rainfall 28.8mm Statistics for July 2013 Temperature Average Minimum: 7.0 C Maximum: 15.3 C Total Rainfall 201.6mm

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Bethania. A huge thank you must go to Susan Towler for all her efforts and also to the boys who helped Terry run the sweeps. Up and coming events include the Annual Kids Christmas Party on the 22nd of December commencing at 11am until 4pm. There will be a big bouncy castle, sausage sizzle, face painting, drippy dragon puppeteer act and ‘Father Christmas’ will arrive on the fire engine. There will also be live acoustic music from 3pm on the lawn, so come along with the kids and bring your picnic rug. We now have James Squire Orchard Crush Cider on tap for those hot summer days. Also, Chase the Joker is packing the crowds in on Monday and Wednesday nights, with the current prize amount at $2,550. Finally, the new summer menu at our restaurant Windows on Wygonda will start soon. On a sadder note, our first life and foundation member and long-time Roleystone resident Vic Every recently passed away. He was a tireless worker, patron and friend to all at the Club, and we all offer our deepest sympathies to Gwen, Peter, Sue, Ken and family. May the wind always be at your back and the seas calm. See you at the Club. Regards, Michael.

Statistics for August 2013 Temperature Average Minimum: 9.5 C Maximum: 16.9 C Total Rainfall 297.4mm Statistics for September 2013 Temperature Average Minimum: 9.6 C Maximum: 16.7 C Total Rainfall 295.8mm Statistics for October 2013 Temperature Average Minimum: 10.0 C Maximum: 21.7 C Total Rainfall 51.8mm Western Australian Regional Office Bureau of Meteorology Ph: 9263 2222 Fax: 9263 2233. Accessed from the Bureau of Meteorology website http://www.bom.gov.au/climate/dwo Disclaimer; This product contains real-time data, loaded automatically with only limited quality control. The Bureau does not warrant, guarantee or make any representations regarding the currency, correctness, accuracy, reliability, or any other aspect regarding characteristics or use of the information presented. The user accepts sole responsibility and risk associated with the use and results of this product, irrespective of the purpose to which such use or results are applied. in no event shall the Bureau of meteorology be liable for any special, indirect or consequential damages or any damages whatsoever resulting from loss of use, data or profits, whether in an action contract, negligence or tort, rising out of or in connection with the use or performance of this product.

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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


What’s On

– your local community calendar

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

 Armadale Visitor Centre 40 Jull St, Armadale

Ph: 9399 0410 www.visitarmadale.com.au

 Araluen Botanic Park 362 Croyden Rd, Roleystone 

A FANTASTIC WAY FOR YOUR CHILDREN  TO ENJOY A VARIETY OF FUN AND SAFE TOYS, PUZZLES & GAMES

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joinNOW! now! JOIN

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ROLEYSTONE GUMNUT PLAYGROUP

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: rksc@iinet.net.au

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 THE CLUB IS NOW OPEN MONDAY TO FRIDAY – REFER TO CALENDAR FOR ACTIVITIES

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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 roleystonetoylibrary@yahoo.com.au email roleystonetoylibrary@yahoo.com.au

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 2014 – 9293 7132, 0418 939 134, www.karragullenexpo.org.au SmokeFree WA Kelmscott Annual Show October 2014 Rushton Prk, Kelm 9495 4001, info@kelmscottshow.com.au Pickering Brook Agricultural Show May 2014 Ph: 9293 8263 Email: pbsclub@bigpond.com Roleystone Sunday Markets 8:30am-12:30pm New & PreLoved 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 Hwy Roleystone. For Bookings Phone: 9397 5730 www.roleystonetheatre.com.au 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: kdbclub@bigpond.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 Vishrant Buddhist Society, Vishrant holds weekly public meetings, Thursday evenings 8-10pm, Kookaburra Creek Yoga Centre. Call Dakini Williams 0438 831 883 If I have forgotten to mention you in the What’s On - your local COMMUNITY CALENDAR section feel free to submit your contact details E: thevalleyreporter@iinet.net.au

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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. roleytennisclub@iinet.net.au PO 6991. E: Email: roleystonetennisclub@yahoo.com.au. 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

Old Primary School - Robin Road 9am - 1:30pm Tues, Thurs & Sat Chris: 0427 462 921 Phil: 0429 688 844 www.roleymensshed.com.au

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 7 Dec

5:30pm Setup

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testimoniAl 22 October 2013 After three attempts by another local real estate agent to sell my home, I was in some desperation. Fortunately, someone recommended Maggie Burke Real Estate to me. I have nothing but praise for Maggie Burke and her team in all their recommendations and hard work that resulted in the sale of my home… finally! I knew I was dealing with someone professional when Maggie gave me no guarantee she would take on my home, but I am so grateful she did. There is real estate… and then there is Maggie Burke Real Estate. Maggie and her team gave expert advice and daily updates: very important when I live interstate. Maggie, in particular, went far above and beyond what was required of her as my agent. All this resulted in a smooth, professional sale of my home within the first week. Once again, I cannot give Maggie enough praise - I would recommend her,

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and her team, in a heartbeat! Syd Hewitt Owner/Business Manager Formerly of Roleystone

We carry no more than 8 listings and service them with 3 qualified reps

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“Always impeccable service”

538 Brookton Highway Roleystone WA 6111 email: office@maggieburke.com.au web: maggieburke.com.au

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