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YOUR Region. YOUR Magazine. YOUR Valley Reporter. The sun is still shining, and the weather is just gorgeous, so get outdoors and get amongst the many community events that are on offer at this time of year. This month’s Valley Reporter congratulates Noel Plowman on his honorary award for ‘Outstanding Fire Service’. He is a remarkable member of our community who continues to keep giving to the fire service, and our youth. Keep up the great work, Noel! Read his full story on page 6. Our Roleystone Community Garden is looking for new members. For a small annual fee, members are able to work in the garden at any time, and enjoy the produce. Gardening experience is not necessary. If you are interested, then go to page 14 for further information and contact details. It doesn’t feel like winter, but believe it or not, some
of our local winter sports clubs are just about to kick off with some pre-season training already. When the time comes, make sure you show your support for your local team. The expanded and even ‘hotter’ LiveLighter Araluen’s Fremantle Chilli Festival 2014 is expected to attract a record attendance at the Esplanade Reserve, Fremantle over the weekend of 8th and 9th of March. Will you be attending? For times and ticket prices, go to page 19. I must say that it’s so great to see our children utilising our new skatepark facility in the Cross Park precinct so regularly. The Valley Reporter managed to capture some great action shots at the last Freestyle Now coaching jam session. Great fun was had by all on the day. Turn to page 22, and don’t forget to log online to Freestyle Now for more up and coming events.
Many fundraising events are being held in our local community at this time too. Please show your support and attend where you can, or dig deep and make a donation. Four exciting and creative enterprises are about to assist, teach and involve many people in all forms of the Arts. As you step through their doors, you can automatically tell the space is full of the ‘wow’ and ‘awesome’ factor. If you want to be apart of this, then go to page 26 to find out more. Lastly, do you know someone who has a hobby or special interest? The Valley Reporter would like to feature these interesting people within our community. This will only be possible if you tell us who they are. Who do you think is a community legend? Fiona Newland, Editor and Publisher.
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Street Car Parking near Schools and in general With the start of school and many new children in kindy and pre-primary it is timely to remind new school-going parents of the local laws and traffic code. Parking on a verge is not permitted without written permission from the owner or occupier of the property adjacent to the verge. However Rangers will generally not issue an infringement unless there is a specific complaint from the owner or occupier of the adjoining property. Parking on or over a footpath is not permitted, at any time, this is strictly enforced and will result in a substantial fine to the owner or driver of the vehicle. Parking in someone else’s driveway without their permission is not very considerate – it is after all their access way to their home and they should be allowed to use it at anytime. Whilst parking on a verge is often preferred to parking on the road, because it is less congested, and the visibility on the street
is not as adversely affected, drivers still need to be mindful it is the responsibility of every driver to ensure that they are aware of, and comply with, parking and other traffic, requirements in a particular area. In some instances residents have made it clear they do not want parents parking on their verge (verbally and/or with signs), which is their choice and their right. You can still park on the street in those cases however it is not allowed within 10m of an intersection. Parking is congested near the early learning section, along Brooks, Caprea and Salicina - if possible could those parents that are more able to walk (have older children) park further along to leave room for the mums with prams etc. Disclaimer: This information has been compiled by Caroline Wielinga in consultation with the Ranger Services and to the best of her knowledge is accurate.
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Roleystone Netball Club, proudly MAJOR SPONSOR supported by KAB Seating, Bendigo Bank Roleystone, Beaver Tree Services, Metro Mobility and Rainstorm Dust Control, welcomes all parents and who have been selected for one of the KDNA players to the start of the 2014 netball Association 2014 Squad teams. season. Lastly, a quick congratulations to all our The Club elected it’s new committee Roleystone girls who played Spring Netball in at the AGM on February the 8th, but 2013. You girls have an amazing spirit, and your not before acknowledging the hard love for netball really shines through! work and the dedication shown by the Any enquiries can be directed to Club outgoing committee members. Registrar/Secretary, Sharlene Warnes at Thanks must be made to all our Club firstname.lastname@example.org. volunteers, coaches and players for a Or you can visit our website: successful 2013 season. The 2014 core roleystonenetballclub.wa.netball.com.au. committee members are as follows: President/Uniform Officer: Kristy Hodges, Vice President: Vanessa Lutman, Registrar/Secretary: Sharlene Warnes and Treasurer: Kylie Arotis. The Club would like to welcome Kristy to her new role, and say thank you to Vanessa Mason as the outgoing President. With registrations closing on the 25th of February, you’ll have to act quickly, so you don’t miss out. Old members can register online with their online login ID and password, which would have been emailed to you recently. New players, please contact the Club Registrar (details are below). Parents and players are reminded that fees need to be paid before the start of the season, on the 3rd May. Fees are as follows: NetSetGo (Year 1-10 years old) - $140 Juniors/Seniors (10yo+) - $170 If you require a new uniform, please contact Kristy Hodges on 0447 044 Pictured: Hollie (on the left) and Alura 412, or email waterboyzktha@bigpond. (on the right) with Caitlin Bassett from West com with all uniform enquiries. Coast Fever at the 2013 Members Netball Good luck to all teams this season, and Carnival in Wanneroo. congratulations to all our members
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Concerns for Backyard Bandicoots being baited Many animals make the Shire of Kalamunda their home, which can at times lead to confusion about “which animal is which”. This particularly applies to distinguishing native bandicoots and introduced feral rodents, and residents are urged to familiarise themselves and their families with the difference between the two. CEO Rhonda Hardy said, “While control of rodents is an important health issue for residents and businesses in the Shire, it is equally important to ensure accurate identification of animals, before taking any action.” “This is particularly true when baby bandicoots are around, as the young bandicoots can often be mistaken for adult rats, a mistake that can have tragic consequences.” “The Shire has been notified of several instances of people undertaking baiting for rodents and, unintentionally, effecting harmless bandicoots, which are well-known for making their homes on properties throughout the hills area and can breed all year round.” Bandicoots, also known as Quenda or Southern Brown Bandicoots, are small native marsupials (up to 1.5 – 2kg) that are found in bushland habitats across the south-west of Western Australia, including around the escarpment and rural areas of the Shire. They have brown-grey fur, small rounded ears, a long pointy nose, long clawed feet (for digging) and a short fat tail. When they move they have a ‘bounding gait’ which is similar to a small rabbit. Significantly, bandicoots can’t climb at all. Rodents, including the Norway Rat, Roof Rat and House Mouse, are small mammals only weighing up to around 0.5kg that are often found in the urban setting, inside houses and other buildings. They usually have black brown or grey fur, larger oval shaped ears, a slightly pointed nose, short claws on their fore-limbs and a long slender tail which can be up to half the length of the animal. Rodents are excellent climbers (unlike bandicoots) and have a more ‘smooth, gliding’ gait when moving. If you are unsure what that mystery animal was that you saw out of the corner of your eye please contact the Shire of Kalamunda on 9257 9999 or email@example.com for assistance. Online resources such as Kanyana’s Living with a Quenda are also available: www.kalamunda.wa.gov. au/Your-Neighbourhood/Sustainable-Living/FloraFauna/Fauna. Ref: www.kalamunda.wa.gov.au. Published on 5 February 2014.
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Noel Plowman has been a volunteer fire fighter for the Roleystone Bush Fire Brigade since 1981. For over thirty years, he has joined forces with a selfless group of career and volunteer fire fighters who have risked their lives for the safety of others. In the face of perilous danger, he has led from the front without hesitation. And on Australia Day this year, Mr Plowman’s commitment, courage and bravery was recognised on a national scale when he received the Australian Fire Service Medal (AFSM). The AFSM is awarded for distinguished service by a member of an Australian Fire Service. It was introduced in 1988, and replaced the Imperial awards of the Queen’s Fire Service Medal for Gallantry and the Queen’s Fire Service Medal for Distinguished Service. The medal is awarded by the Governor-General on the recommendation of the responsible Commonwealth, State and Territory ministers. Mr Plowman was inspired to become a volunteer fire fighter when his next-door neighbour alerted him of a fire burning by Turner Road in Roleystone. “My neighbour said assistance was needed at the fire and asked if I was free to come along,” recalled Mr Plowman. During his time as a volunteer fire fighter, Mr Plowman has served in a number of positions. He began as Lieutenant and Captain before taking on the role of Fire Control Officer from 1988 to 2001. Throughout this time, he also performed the role of Deputy Chief Bush Fire Control Officer for the City of Armadale (1993 1996) and Chief Bush Fire Control Officer (1996 - 1999). When the Fire and Rescue Service was introduced, he became Fire and Rescue Captain from 1999 to 2001. Following this, he was appointed Training Officer for the Roleystone Brigade and City of Armadale until 2002, before returning to the position of Fire and Rescue Captain where he has remained ever since. “Everything I’ve ever done has always been teamwork based. When it comes to fire fighting, you rely on the team you’re with for your safety and theirs. We’re there to do a job against a common foe. It’s the same alongside career fire fighters – we’re there get the job done,” he said. A visionary, Mr Plowman established a new cadet unit in 2006. The unit continues to offer youth in the local community an opportunity to explore fire fighting training. His patience
and commitment has enabled enthusiastic children to learn how to manage fire appliances, understand the different aspects of firefighting and gain valuable leadership skills, resulting in graduate cadets taking on senior roles in the Brigade. “The motivation to establish the cadet unit was two-fold. Firstly, it was to encourage new volunteers and members to join the Brigade. Secondly, it was to give younger kids who expressed an interest in becoming fire fighters an avenue to come through,” he said. Mr Plowman has always assisted in the operational side of the Brigade and remained a driving force behind many projects the station has performed. And when it comes to fighting a fire, he keeps his emotions under control. “It’s after a fire that your emotions kick in. From the Roleystone-Kelmscott bushfires to Darlington or Banjup, you can’t help but feel overwhelmed by the flames and possible destruction. Seeing the properties that are not prepared is heartbreaking.” Mr Plowman’s voluntary commitment and dedication to the Roleystone Fire Brigade and the West Australian Fire Service has now been acknowledged with the highest honour in fire fighting. The Australian Fire Service Medal epitomises the sacrifices he has made in serving the local community with distinction. The Valley Reporter wishes to take this opportunity to congratulate Noel Plowman on this honorary award. It is well deserved. “It was the real bees knees when I found out I had been nominated, and then receiving the award… it left me flabbergasted. The real reward, however, is still the feeling you get when you come home from saving lives and houses,” he said. Now in his 60s, Mr Plowman has vowed to continue fighting fires for as long as he’s got the breath and fitness to do so. His unfaltering loyalty to the fire service is a testament to his rare and remarkable character. “I’ve got a few years left in me, but my aim is to go on and keep teaching the youth and pass on the knowledge and experience I have gained over 30 years.” By Sky O’Brien.
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Now is the time for the agriculture community in the Canning electorate to have a say on how Australia can build a sector that grows and delivers a greater return to our nation and the farm gate. Canning MHR Don Randall has welcomed the first steps Minister for Agriculture, Barnaby Joyce, has taken in developing the Agricultural Competitiveness White Paper by releasing the issues paper and calling on people to get involved. Minister Joyce said his hands-on experience both as a farmer and in agricultural finance and banking meant he was always looking for ways to improve the sector and he wanted other ideas. “Whether you’re drenching sheep, mustering cattle or sitting on a tractor, you always had in the back of your mind what you would do to make the show work better – well this is your opportunity to do precisely that,” Minister Joyce said. Mr Randall said the development of a White Paper was a key opportunity for those interested in the future of our primary industries to contribute
their ideas. “I have heard the concerns of people involved in the agriculture industry in Canning and the passion for this industry to survive underpins the need for Government inquiry into its sustainability,” he said. The issues paper identifies the key matters the government would like input on and will guide the development of the White Paper. Issues include access to finance, competitiveness through the value chain, reducing inefficient regulation, enhancing agricultural exports and managing drought for the longer term. Written submissions can be lodged via the website at www. agriculturalcompetitiveness.dpmc.gov. au. Details of public consultations are also available on the website. Submissions are due by 5pm EST 17 April 2014. Building on our strengths in agriculture is part of the Australian Government’s plan to build a diverse 5-Pillar economy to generate jobs and deliver a stronger, more prosperous economy.
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KidSport Registration Days The City of Armadale is holding two KidSport registration days during February for eligible applicants to be approved instantly. KidSport, a partnership between the City of Armadale and the Department of Sport and Recreation is an initiative which provides subsidies of up to $200 per calendar year towards club fees for eligible applicants aged 5 – 18 years. City of Armadale Mayor Henry Zelones said these days it can sometimes be difficult to get the kids away from television and computer games to play outdoors. “We all know everyone needs physical recreation to stay fit and active and participation in a team sport can not only provide that physical activity but also lead to improved social skills, and build
lasting friendships.” “The program provides a vital link for young people in the City who may not otherwise be able to afford a sporting club’s fees, by providing the opportunity to everyone.” Local families who hold a Health Care Card or Pension Concession Card are encouraged to register for KidSport to assist their children to participate in their chosen sport. The registration days will be held on Thursdays 20 and 27 February from 3pm6pm at the Armadale Library, Armadale Central Shopping Centre. For further information or to apply contact the Club Development Officer on 9399 0111.
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A ROLEYSTONE SENIORS HOUSING UPDATE The public tender for expressions of interest to purchase the old primary school site for seniors housing was unfortunately not successful. The government agency charged with disposal of this site will now seek private treaty to further their objectives.
As we stated previously over the past years, there will be many and varied obstacles on our journey to see this site with seniors housing built on it. This is just another. We will continue to keep you all informed. Pat Hart, Roleystone Seniors Housing Committee.
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trees and bush fire threats With community consultation still being undertaken for the City of Armadale’s draft ‘Urban Forest Strategy’ I have been made aware that there are a small but loud number of City of Armadale ratepayers expressing their concerns with the plan to increase the number of mainly native trees in our district. Their concerns, from what I was advised, is that the fire threat will be increased. While everyone has the right to express their opinions, it is how these concerns are taken on board in final decision making. The City of Armadale has finally recognised that our wonderful natural attributes make the City of Armadale a stand out from many other local governments, and they want to enhance and highlight this through this well-thought out draft strategy. It will be great in particular to see some of those areas in Armadale that have very few, if any, street trees take on a whole new look, with local residents being encouraged to participate in this program. I believe the majority of residents would be pleased with this initiative, and to also recognise that trees can and will benefit our community by lowering temperature, increasing air quality, increasing biodiversity, and other social pluses during this time of climate change. I know many of us are hoping that this Strategy will have the ability to influence planning decisions in the future, as it is very disturbing at the moment to see many native trees being bulldozed for new developments. The City we trust will, while acknowledging the above negative comments about fire, continue to progress the draft ‘Urban Forest Strategy’, and continue working with residents in fire-prone areas as to the best ways to protect their property from fire risks. The draft Strategy is on the City’s website. Pat Hart.
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By Dr Judith Congrene BSc BVMS CVA Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine is incredibly complex, with a lot of theory which is completely foreign and unrecognisable from my undergraduate veterinary studies at Murdoch. It was very strange and nerve-wracking to be back in the building where I studied Anatomy as a second year student in 1979. As I looked at the fellow students who joined me for the practical acupuncture classes, it was very clear that some of these students probably hadn’t even been born when I was doing my first stint at Murdoch. I was amused, but not surprised, to hear that one lovely young lady from Singapore was born in 1985; the year I graduated from Murdoch vet school. Since my first acupuncture/herbal module at Murdoch University in December 2009, I estimate that I have spent approximately $20,000 in course fees, every dollar of which is worth seeing the relief from chronic pain in my mare’s eyes only three minutes after a little veterinary needlework. It is particularly poignant writing this news for the Valley Reporter today, as I face the 2nd anniversary of the passing of my special companion Amy passing, at home, on the 13th of February. This achievement belongs to her too, for always patiently sitting by my side, at my feet, through the many hundreds of hours of study needed for the qualification from the Chi Institute in Florida. My precious Amy is with me in spirit, when I connect with the heart of a patient during one of my veterinary home visits. When I ask her to be with me, to help and support my work, and my patient, I can
Calling all green thumbs to Homegrown Festival If you’ve ever wanted a few extra tips on how to keep your garden looking its best or how to make plants prosper then don’t miss Gardening with the Guru, Trevor Cochrane, at Homegrown Festival. Steve’s Unique Channel 9’s Garden Guru will present two free interactive Eco Handmade workshops filled with information on how to get – and – your garden thriving. Art & Handycrafts keep On Sunday 23 February, Trevor will cover a range of topics including how to improve soil conditions to get it ready for gardening, how to deal with sandy or clay soils, soil pH testing, irrigation and waterwise gardening. He 0418 916 366 will then venture into how to eat sustainably by growing 2/2 Soldiers Rd Roleystone fruits, vegetables and herbs in the backyard. Email:email@example.com If you can’t make the first workshop, the second one, Open Wed-Sat 10-4, Sun 12-4 www.steveswroughtironarts.com.au which will be held on Saturday the 1st of March, will REpaiR WORk specialising in wrought offer a quick recap on soil conditioning, irrigation and iron, wood, mosaics, sml steel fabrication, waterwise gardening. The Garden Guru will then turn sculpture, fences, gates, balustrading, the focus to the latest hot topic in gardening – colour handrails, lighting & security doors trends – and how you can bring colour into your garden. Now in its second year, Homegrown Festival is a celebration of the arts, music and family entertainment for Perth residents. This year, the events program has been extended to incorporate Gardening with the Guru for the first time. City of Gosnells Mayor Dave said the inclusion of Gardening with the Guru into this year’s events line up is sure to be a winner. “There are so many people out there who want to have a great garden, or spend some time creating one, but have no idea where to start and what’s involved,” said Mayor Griffiths. “These two workshops hosted by Trevor Cochrane are sure to be a great help to a lot of people.” Workshop one is being held at the Addie Mills Community Centre in Gosnells and E: firstname.lastname@example.org www.roleystoneantennas.com.au workshop two is at the Lyal Richardson Hall in Gosnells. Gardening with the Guru workshops are free as part of the Homegrown Festival, however bookings are essential by calling 9397 3111. AAA Brake & Mechanical Repairs The Homegrown Festival is brought to you by the City of Gosnells and is proudly 9390 0277 supported by Lotterywest, Healthway and Act-Belong-Commit. mobile services available For more information and a full listing of events, visit the Events Calendar on the we come to you! website. As an accredited and authorised Ref: www.gosnells.wa.gov.au. Published on Thursday 30 January, 2014. automotive repairer we can offer the following services:
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“The WAPC and DER are the specialised State Government agencies with expertise to consider such matters,” Mayor Griffiths said. “Consequently, residents concerned with potential impacts on health or the environment need to raise these matters directly with the State Government as this is the decision making authority.” It is understood that Boral is making direct contact with the WAPC and the DER about the proposal. The City is likely to make a recommendation to the WAPC in the next few months. Ref: www.gosnells.wa.gov.au. Published on Friday 31 January, 2014.
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Popular raw food manufacturer Rawsome has released two new product lines for 2014, adding to its range of deliciously decadent sweet treats. Made from raw, quality ingredients such as nuts, fruits and a variety of superfoods, all products are gluten-free, dairy-free, grain-free, egg-free, soy-free, and made without any cooking or baking. Rawsome founder and business owner Laila Gampfer said her team has put a good mix of love and effort into creating the new products. “We have a super-enthusiastic and talented team in the Rawsome kitchen and everyone has been extremely passionate about crafting these new products,” she said. Rawsome’s raw balls, known as “rawbles”, come in five different flavours, each named after a woman: Florence - Embodying the GreekMediterranean feel, this rawble has a fresh flavour with a hint of fig and fennel. Jemima - Described by the Rawsome team as “just divine”, it is an ideal combination of zesty orange and chocolate. Lola - Lemon and macadamia come together to give tastes reminiscent of limoncello, Bounty Chocolate bars, and lemon pie. Rosie - Inspired by traditional Turkish Delight, it features pistachio nuts and rose flavours. Wanda - This rawble has the decadent taste of raw white chocolate and raspberry, rolled in a coating of coconut and raspberry dust. Inspired by Baci chocolates, Rawsome’s
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of your choice. Finally, you can make 2014 your year of happiness with the Authentic Wellness Art Journaling Course. Join like-minded women and explore the Seven Dimensions of Wellness through the fun and easy process of art-journaling. Rediscover your authentic self and learn simple steps on how to live more authentically every day. This course examines our personal relationships with the social, emotional, spiritual, physical, environmental, occupational and intellectual dimensions of wellness. In a safe and nurturing environment, you can realise practical improvements in these areas and create a more fulfilling life. (No artistic skills required!) This course takes place on Tuesdays at 9:45am - 12.00pm from the 25th of February to the 1st of April. Located at WHWS Group Room, the cost is $50 for 6 weeks (includes all art materials and refreshments). To find out about many more fun and exciting courses such as Love Languages, Park Playdates, Healthy Bodies Happy Bodies and Wicked Women Adventures, please visit our website for more information.
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The West Coast Eagles met with MP’s and other interested people in Canberra this week to discuss a proposed training facility at Lathlain Park. Canning MHR Don Randall said the Eagles needed to find a new home due to the development of a stadium in Burswood. Mr Randall attended the Eagles function where players Nic Naitanui and Beau Waters were special guests. Also in attendance were former club legends Ross Glendinning and David Wirrpanda. The club’s plans for the project included a multi-use sports and community facility, and the club hoped construction would commence in July 2015. “If this goes ahead, the local community would have access to ovals for recreational use, along with new and improved leisure areas,” he said. “As reported, plans for the new grounds would also potentially be a new home
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The Channel Seven Mandurah Crab Fest is Mandurah’s premier annual event which was enjoyed by more than 130,000 locals and visitors in 2013. Year after year, the Crab Fest showcases our vibrant foreshores, Mandjar Square, arts and cultural precincts and Mandurah’s jewel in the crown, the beautiful Peel-Harvey Estuary. Experience the extravaganza that celebrates Mandurah’s vibrant coastal lifestyle. This exciting FREE weekend festival features a plethora of fun and activities including: • Live cooking displays with contestants from Channel Seven’s My Kitchen Rules and celebrity chef’s • En Plein Air Art competition • A jam-packed entertainment line-up on the children’s stage and the main stage • Great food including many crab-inspired dishes and endless displays and demonstrations • Marina Aqua Fun Zone • Spectacular fireworks display on Saturday evening • Crab Zone • Regional Wine Tastings. Crab Fest also incorporates the International Waterski & Wakeboarding Federation (IWWF) World Cup competition, featuring the world’s best athletes showcasing their talent in this spectacular adrenalin sport. Another great City of Mandurah no alcohol, no smoking event (excluding licensed bar area). Ref: www.mandurah.wa.gov.au/crabfest.htm.
Food Alchemy with Vanessa Jean Quick Frittata: If you eat eggs and you would love a quick, protein meal to sustain you throughout your day this simple and adaptable recipe will have you singing in delight! This is a fabulous addition to a child’s lunchbox for this very reason. I recommend using organic free range eggs or your own/friends chook eggs. Ingredients: 6 organic eggs 2 potatoes steamed, diced Sea salt/herbamare/tamari to taste Kale or other greens (maybe from your garden); finely chopped Dried oregano and basil to taste – if you have fresh herbs add these also Seeds for the top (optional) Method: Crack and beat the eggs with the salt of your choice add the potatoes, chopped greens and herbs. Heat a frying pan with coconut oil, once warm add the mixture, placing lid over the top. After 10 minutes reduce the heat, and check the progress of the frittata. Replace lid and continue cooking at low heat until top is cooked. (Alternatively you can place this under a grill if you would like a crisp finish). Once it is cooked, the mixture will rise. Turn off the heat and remove the lid and allow to stand. Serve with your favourite salad or garlic butter mushrooms, tomato salsa, guacamole etc. If you have any questions, call me on 0410 421 213. To find out more about my raw food and wholefood classes, call the Roleystone Family Centre on 9496 1115.
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Whether you are a raw food novice, devout whole foodie or just interested in conscious eating & seeking fresh inspiration to add to your daily repertoire these classes are perfect for you. Vanessa Jean will be sharing her vast knowledge of super-foods & alive foods that fuel our bodies in a positive, healing & uplifting way. You will explore both wholefood cooking, raw food meals & desserts. They are all vegetarian, mostly vegan, and all use organic/biodynamic produce and seasonal ingredients. ‘Food as Medicine’ 23 Feb 11:30-2:30pm $55 ‘Quick & Simple Raw Food’ 8 March 10-1pm $55 ‘Vegetarian Wholefood Cuisine’ 22 March 10-1pm $55 ‘Essence (Tattva) of India’ 6 April 11:30-2:30pm $55
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LEARNING TO DRIVE? Originally from the UK, I trained as a Cartographic Draftsman before realising I needed a job that was both flexible and portable. So, I taught my first driving lesson in 1976 and gained my semi trailer truck licence. A few years later, my wife and I began our life’s journey when we emigrated to Sydney, Australia. A week later I am driving a semi trailer across the Sydney Harbour Bridge in search of Botany Bay. I “lost” my driver’s side rearview mirror in the first 500 metres, which set me up for a fun day. It wasn’t long before I began teaching again with Barnes Driving School. When we moved to Perth, I continued to teach people how to drive cars and motorcycles. We moved to Broome in 2009, where the Department of Transport employed me as the Regional Driving Assessor for the West Kimberley. As well as assessing students to drive cars, bikes and trucks, I helped to develop the MILU (Mobile Indigenous Licensing Unit). Our task was to take the DOT services into remote communities and help local people gain and retain their driver’s licence. As the assessor, my job was to assess “to the standard”, but I soon realised it was impossible to test a student to a “standard” when they had never been taught the “standard” in the first place. Now the circle has come around: in order to learn to drive properly, you need to be taught right in the first place. Good drivers are drivers with good driving habits that have been learnt over time. Home in Roleystone, I am now ready to teach our next generation of good drivers. To make a booking contact Bryan McCready, Driving Instructor - Licence 5737 on 0407 479 109.
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If you have any of these conditions, you have an increased risk of developing heart disease. Other risk factors include smoking and being physically inactive, but that doesn’t mean there is nothing you can do about it. Pam Bailey, Clinical Nutritionist from Nutrition in Balance says that heart disease is mainly preventable, without having to give your life the gymjunkie-with-no-enjoyablefood overhaul. There are many small changes that you can make to your diet and lifestyle over a period of time to reduce your risk of heart disease, and generally improve your health.
For example, adding cinnamon to your breakfast may help regulate your blood sugar levels, pistachios may help reduce your blood pressure, and eating oats may regulate your cholesterol levels. Shedding just 5 to 10% of your body weight reduces your risk of developing heart disease and Type 2 Diabetes. Losing weight doesn’t have to be as painful as some people think either. You may just need to make some small modifications or reduce your portion sizes. Planning your meals in advance can be a great way to avoid impulse eating. Also cooking in bulk and freezing the extra portions gives you a quick meal for those times when you don’t feel like cooking after a long day at work, which can lead to temptation to buy unhealthy take-away. Pam Bailey is available for personal consultations at Yes2Life in Armadale. Call 9498 3788 for an appointment. For more information about Pam, visit www.yes2life. com.au and click on the Practitioner menu.
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The Tiger’s den is starting to stir with pre-season training underway on Monday and Wednesday nights from 6pm. Neil Bennet has been taking some of the sessions, making the boys run and run and run and run! The Club has appointed Glen Coppin and Andrew Walkley as League and Reserves coach respectively and can’t wait for the 2014 season to begin. The first game for the year will be 12th April 2014. Fixtures won’t be out until a closer to the date. The Club would like to thank the new committee for 2014 and wish them luck for the year. Matthew Walkey as President, Jake Lewis as Vice President, Lisa Casotti as Secretary, Leesa Weaver as Treasurer and Adam TED INPRINTED FULLPRINTED COLOUR PRINTED IN FULL PRINTED IN FULL COLOUR IN FULL INCOLOUR FULL COLOUR COLOUR Casotti as Registrar and Mitchell Lewis, Glen Weaver, Jordan Castafaro, Two popularTwo sizes popular TwoTwo popular sizes Two popular popular sizes sizes sizes Robbie Pearce, Kirk McConachy as * * * * * Members. We also welcome back with open arms * * * * * Hazel Martin, who will be running our delicious canteen. Hazel is looking at changing the menu and making more your “Give s something “Give customers your “Give your customers they your customers something are customers more something something they likely something are to they more keep” they arelikely they more are more are tolikely keep” more likely to keep” likely to keep” to keep” delicious meals for all. We have a big year ahead of us and “First chance to“First makechance a“First lasting “First chance to Impression” make “First chance toachance make lasting to make a to lasting Impression” make a lasting Impression” a lasting Impression” Impression” would like to take this opportunity Call Fiona now on Call 0400 Fiona 428 Callnow 119 Fiona Call onFiona Call now 0400Fiona on now 4280400 119 on now 0400 428 on119 428 0400119 428 119 to invite any volunteers and sponsors to the Club to help out in any way. Office Hours: 8am-4pm Office 5 DaysHours: Mon Office to8am-4pm FriHours: Office 5Hours: 8am-4pm Days OfficeMon 8am-4pm Hours: 5 to Days Fri 8am-4pm 5Mon Days toMon 5FriDays to Fri Mon to Fri As they say, many hands make light Fax: 9397 5465. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: 9397 5465. Fax: 9397 Email: Fax:5465. 9397 email@example.com Email: 5465. 9397 firstname.lastname@example.org Email: 5465. email@example.com Email: Fax: 9397 5136. Email:firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com work. If you are interested in helping, www.fngrafix.thevalleyreporter.com.au www.fngrafix.thevalleyreporter.com.au www.fngrafix.thevalleyreporter.com.au www.fngrafix.thevalleyreporter.com.au www.fngrafix.thevalleyreporter.com.au please contact Lisa Casotti via email 23 WYGONDA ROAD, ROLEYSTONE 23 WYGONDA 23 WYGONDA WA ROAD, 236111 WYGONDA ROLEYSTONE 23 ROAD, WYGONDA ROAD, ROLEYSTONE WA ROLEYSTONE ROAD, 6111 ROLEYSTONE WA 6111 WA 6111WA 6111 firstname.lastname@example.org. 8siwi 515 (WA) Enterprises asKiwi Pty Trustee Ltd Enterprises A.C.N. (WA) for Kiwi the Pty 121 Enterprises Newland (WA) Ltd 488 A.C.N. Pty 515 Family Ltd (WA) as 121 A.C.N. Trustee Trust Pty 488Ltd 121 515 trading forA.C.N. 488 as theTrustee as Newland 515 121 FN as488 Grafi for Trustee Family the 515 x A.B.N. Newland as for Trust Trustee the 25trading Newland Family 121 for579 the as Trust Family 862 FN Newland trading Grafi Trust xFamily A.B.N. as trading FNTrust Grafi 25as121 trading FN x A.B.N. 579 Grafi as 862 x25 FN A.B.N. 121 Grafi 579 25 x A.B.N. 121 862 579 25862 121 579 862 PAGE 18 – © Kiwi Enterprises (WA) P/L as the Trustee of the Newland Family Trust t/as The Valley Reporter
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CHILLI LOVERS UNITE! … LIVELIGHTER ARALUEN’S FREMANTLE CHILLI FESTIVAL 2014 Chilli lovers unite, indeed! The event that has grown from humble beginnings at Araluen Botanic Park, Roleystone some 12 years ago to become one of the world’s most popular hot food festivals, returns with great anticipation in 2014. The expanded and even ‘hotter’ LiveLighter Araluen’s Fremantle Chilli Festival 2014 is expected to attract a record attendance at the Esplanade Reserve, Fremantle over the weekend of 8th & 9th March. Opening times are 10am – 5pm on both Saturday and Sunday. “The popularity of this festival has been driven by its unique character and culture of sensational taste treats, infectious vibrant entertainment, plants, produce, demonstrations and much more,” says Araluen Botanic Park Foundation General Manager, Rod Ross. “The proximity of public transport plus the day-of-entry festival unlimited pass-out policy allows patrons the opportunity to make a day and experience all that this great port city offers,” he adds. Here’s what’s on offer for 2014: • Around 25% more vendors offering a diverse range of chilli plants, foods, beverages (including exotic beers, wines and spirits), tastings, products and information. • Live entertainment featuring performances by the energetic Junkadelic Brass Band, and much more. • Family-friendly ‘Carnival’ atmosphere with amazing roving entertainment and workshops by the Spare Parts Puppet Theatre. • Cooking demonstrations featuring a variety of guest chefs at the Clancy’s Fremantle Chef Stage. • Learn ‘How-to’ on a range of topics at the Bailey’s D-I-Y Stage. • Chill out with Mix94.5FM personalities at the on-site broadcast site and Chill-out Lounge all weekend. • Win instant prizes. Come in your best ‘Chilli’ costume and win. • Pitch baseball with the ABL
Perth Heat team in the special ‘pitching tent’, meet the players, get autographs, Perth Heat merchandise, etc. • Non-Chilli lovers will also be well catered for. Most stallholders also offer mild and non-chilli products. • Chilli plant sale and meet the Araluen gardeners at the new Araluen stand. • Affordable Entry Fee – Adults $18. Children FREE (up to 17yrs accompanied by adult). • SmokeFree Event. “This event continues to be embraced by the Port City community through the excellent support of the City of Fremantle and the vibrant local business community, many of whom are introducing initiatives to leverage off the ‘Chilli’ theme over the festival weekend,” adds Ross. “The Araluen Botanic Park Foundation relies on this event as an important fundraising and promotional opportunity to assist its cause at Araluen Botanic Park.” “We are delighted to acknowledge and thank our Naming Rights Partner, Healthway, promoting the LiveLighter message. For the health and comfort of others both this event and Araluen Botanic Park are Smoke Free venues.” Healthway’s Executive Director, David Malone, said the LiveLighter message focussed on encouraging WA adults to eat well, be physically active and maintain a healthy weight. “LiveLighter highlights the link between being overweight and chronic diseases,” Mr Malone said. “The message encourages people to make good lifestyle choices and the activities and displays at this festival will show how to select food and prepare nutritious meals which is important in maintaining good health.” Like to learn more? Simply phone 9496 1171 or visit the website and its dedicated Chilli Festival page – www.araluenbotanicpark.com.au. Araluen Botanic Park is proudly supported by the Department of Parks and Wildlife.
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Esplanade Reserve, Fremantle 8th - 9th March
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Friday 28 March Three half hour sessions 10, 10.30 and 11am Seville Grove Library Spend some quality time with your little one and interact with some cute and cuddly animals. You will have the opportunity to come up close to pat, as well as feed some of the smaller animals. There will also be an alpaca, pig and other animals visiting the library. Bookings are essential. Please phone 9399 0800. Space is limited, please leave prams at home where possible.
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Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000 NEWS RELEASE BURGLARY AND STOLEN CAR CHARGES – SIGNIFICANT ARREST South East Metropolitan District Crime Team officers have charged a man in relation to a series of incidents across the southern suburbs of Perth between November 2013 and January 2014. The arrest came after a pursuit of a stolen vehicle in Kelmscott on Wednesday morning, 22 January 2014. The pursuit had been aborted due to the dangerous manner in which the stolen vehicle was being driven, and it was later found abandoned in the Kelmscott Stargate Shopping Centre. A man who it is believed was driving the stolen vehicle was arrested about 11:00am the same day as he was leaving the Kelmscott area in a taxi. The 36 year old Redcliffe man was interviewed in relation to a number of burglary, stealing and stolen vehicle offences covering Como, Thornlie, Roleystone, Redcliffe, Kewdale, Hammond Park, Beeliar, Leda, Perth and Wattle Grove.
He has since been charged with: - 4 x Burglary and Commit - 2 x Aggravated Burglary with Intent - 1 x Aggravated Burglary and Commit - 6 x Stealing - 1 x Breach of Bail - 2 x Fail to Stop - 2 x No Authority to Drive - 2 x Reckless Driving - 2 x Steal Motor Vehicle - 2 x Steal Motor Vehicle and Drive Recklessly. A 23 year old woman was taken into custody at the same time and was interviewed in relation to burglary, stolen vehicle and fuel drive-off offences in South Perth, Leda, Bertram, Wattle Grove and Maddington. She has since been charged with Aggravated Burglary with Intent, Steal Motor Vehicle and four counts of Stealing. Both of the accused people were refused bail and appearred in the Perth Magistrates Court on Thursday 23 January 2014.
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Following the success of the inaugural Bush Dance last year, Araluen Botanic Park is proud to again host this unique familyfriendly event, which is organised by ‘The Aluminators’ Relay For Life Team to raise funds for Cancer Council WA. The event will feature prizes, live music and traditional bush dancing. It is also a nonsmoking and responsible alcohol consumption event. “We are delighted to again be the venue of choice for this event,” says Araluen Botanic Park Foundation general manager, Rod Ross. “Given Araluen’s significant heritage culture, the traditional bush dance concept has proven to have very broad appeal and, with proceeds supporting charity, it aligns very strongly to our values.” Details are as follows: When: 6pm to 9.30pm, Saturday 15 March 2014 Tickets: Adults $20, Children (0-17years) Free Seating: BYO picnic rugs and chairs Catering: Sausage Sizzle and Cakes available or BYO Information/Tickets: Book through www.trybooking.com/ DGQE or contact: Nick Pearson 0407 195 025 E: Nick.Pearson@alcoa.com.au
The Bush Dance event is organised by ‘The Aluminators’ as its major fundraising activity toward Cancer Council WA Relay For Life Perth 2014. ‘The Aluminators’ first participated in Relay For Life in 2008, raising just over $8,000 in that year. Through a range of events and activities, both large and small, the annual fundraising total for the team has grown to just over $16,000 in 2013, with a total of some $75,000 raised for Cancer Council WA in the 6 years of participation. ‘The Aluminators’ currently rank in second place on the Relay For Life Perth 2014 ‘Top Teams’ list. For more information visit their website wa.cancercouncilfundraising.org. au/TeamPage.aspx?teamID=63525. Of course, any time is a great time to visit Araluen Botanic Park. It’s open daily from 9am to 6pm. Modest entry fees apply. With spectacular running water all year round, beautifully scenic bush walks, stunning gardens, heritage structures and the Chalet Healy Log Cabin Tearooms, Gift Shop (seasonal opening times), BBQs and picnic areas there’s plenty to do and see.
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The Freestyle Now Western Australian Skate Park Series (F.N.W.A.S.S.) for 2014 recently kicked off with a bang. Rounds 1, 2 and 3 all took place in one week, with Round 3 of the series held at the new Roleystone skate park on Friday 31st January. A coaching jam session with Freestyle Now squad member Shaun Jarvis was held prior to the competition from 12:30pm to 2:30pm. Thanks to the City of Armadale, the session was open to participants looking to get some advice and try out some skate park activities in BMX, skate or scooter. Competition registrations started at 3pm and the competition kicked off at 4pm. All of the competitions are supported with prizes from Freestyle Now followers, Stowaway distribution, Sacrifice scooters and 4 Skateboard Co. Check out www.freestylenow.net for up and coming events, including BMX stunt shows, skate park competitions and skate park coaching workshops, and to see the next location of Freestyle Now. Photographs courtesy of Anna Palma.
out for comment Application for Planning Approval - Place of Worship - Lot 81, No. 296 Churchman Brook Road, Bedfordale (Closes 28 Feb 2014) The City has received an A sealed driveway and parking application for the construction of area, including the provision of 25 a Place of Worship, which involves vehicle parking bays will service the following: the development. The construction of a church This ‘Place of Worship’ will building (on the western most accommodate between 30 - 40 lot of the three lot subdivision persons during weekly services proposed for Lot 81 Churchman which will occur every Sunday Brook Road) as a purpose built morning. facility, but in a manner that Additional gatherings on Sunday will allow it to be converted to a afternoons will accommodate a residential dwelling should the total of 80 to 100 people, occurring ‘Armadale Gospel Trust’ decide approximately 6-8 times per year. the facility is no longer required The duration of all services will be for their intended purpose. between 1 and 2 hours, and church The building will be located central attendees will leave the premises to the lot and will be adequately shortly after the completion of set back from the neighbouring each service. lot boundaries with parking at Further, 80 - 100 people will use the the front of the building, but not premises on Friday evenings from encroaching on the 40m wide 7.30pm - 8.30pm approximately landscaping buffer proposed for 12 -15 times per year. the front portion of the lot. You can download relevant Strategic landscape buffers will documents from the City of be planted along the northern and Armadale website at www. eastern boundaries to mitigate armadale.wa.gov.au: sound and visual impact on the • Location Plan adjoining residential lots. • Supporting Documentation Additional landscaping will also • Submission Form. be provided around the proposed Submit your feedback in writing to building. the following address: The architectural design of the Office of Chief Executive Officer building will be such that its City of Armadale outward appearance and scale will Locked Bag 2 resemble a residential building. Armadale WA 6992.
Janet Pan, an entrant into this year’s Miss Humanity Australia, is one very determined and altruistic young woman. Last year, in lieu of receiving birthday gifts for her 23rd birthday, Janet requested that her friends and family donate money towards fundraising for charity: water, a not-for-profit organisation which works to provide clean drinking water to communities in developing countries. With the help of her social network, Janet managed to raise over $1200 for charity: water, an achievement she rated as her highest of 2013 (beating even her completion of her architecture degree). Continuing the humanitarian mission of charity: water, Janet is now promoting the charity music event “Music in the Hills”, a fundraising and awareness affair being held at the Affinity Café in Roleystone, on Sunday the 30th of March, at 3pm. It will be an outdoor picnic setting, with live music and
performances with African drums, dances and singers, as well as other entertainments, like silent auction and raffle draws. It’s the perfect family event! All the profit made from the event will go to building the clean water project in Kenya. Currently, the organisers of the event are seeking sponsors to assist them, so as to raise as much funds as possible. It’ll be great exposure for community businesses, so any help towards promoting “Music in the Hills” would be very much appreciated. To contact Janet Pan, call 0411 019 704. Feel free to check out the Facebook page for the Music in the Hills event at this link: www.facebook.com/ events/13889696911364108/. To learn more about charity: water and it’s fundraising campaign, you can go to either of these websites: my.charitywater.org/Lovefromaus and http://www.charitywater.org/.
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It has been a busy month at the Club. Many people have booked the restaurant and positive feedback suggests they have thoroughly enjoyed Chef John’s fantastic fare. On the 14th of February, the Valentine’s evening dinner at Windows on Wygonda provided the perfect backdrop for a lovely night out. There will be a St Patricks Night with the Ferrymen playing on Saturday 15th March. Further details will be published at a later date, while the regular Blues and Roots will continue on their Sunday afternoon date. In the meantime, come and try out the fantastic Summer Menu in the newly air conditioned Wygonda Lounge on a Wednesday, Friday or Saturday. The Club carpark has now been completely line-marked with all entrances, exits and parking bays clearly highlighted to ensure a more efficient parking area. It would be appreciated if members could leave the designated parking bays for Staff and Committee free. Unfortunately we have had some vandalism to these signs and the police are investigating who was responsible for the damage. If anyone has any information regarding the incident, please contact the Club. I would like to thank the hard working Committee for giving up their Sunday to carry out the line marking and painting of the flagpole. We have also completed a sign which now directs visitors to the car park on first entering the Club driveway, and are about to build a new brick entrance
off the Wygonda Road access. So come down and join the Club to enjoy these changes and some of the best facilities in Roleystone for a very low membership fee. You can enjoy beer and wine prices well below all other licensed premises in the Roleystone area. The ‘Chase the Joker’ Competition is up again after one of our members ‘Perry’ won the $3200 jackpot on New Year’s Eve. The current jackpot is now up to $1050 with over $1000 to be won in consolation prizes if you don’t pick the Joker. Come into the Club on Monday or Wednesday and try your luck. The Corporate Bowls competition has been very successful and is now in its 4th week. If you want to start playing bowls, you will be more than welcomed by our bowling members so come on down on a Wednesday night and have a look at this fun competition. On a serious note, members are reminded that if you have a suggestion for the committee, put it in writing so it can be considered at the monthly committee meeting and you will certainly be advised of the outcome of their decision. For all information on the Club’s activities, check out our Facebook page or go to our new website www.roleystonecountryclub. com. I look forward to seeing you at the Club. Michael Hansen, President.
Modern Surreal Play - A House that Jack Built
Left: Liam Borbas, top, and Sam Barnett, bottom, play Jack at different stages of his life in A House That Jack Built. Right: Fiona Blakely, left, plays the mother of Jack in A House That Jack Built with Montanna Tickner as his aunt.
all aspects of our theatre including acting, at 8pm March 21, 22, 28 and 29. Tickets are directing, committee, set construction, $16, $12 concession – book on 9397 5730 or at www.roleystonetheatre.com.au. Please note: backstage and front of house. In late January/early February, we held the the play contains some coarse language and theatre’s first Anime film screening and adult themes. Cosplay nights. The theatre presented several Roleystone Theatre is located at 587 Brookton Anime films including Brave Story and Five Highway, Roleystone, opposite the Croyden Centimetres Per Second amongst others, to Road junction. We look forward to seeing you small but enthusiastic audiences. We hope to at our next event and as always welcome all have future Anime screenings, so please watch and any new members! this space. Our next production is a locally written and directed play, “A House that Jack Built”. “A House that Jack Built” is a modern surreal play about parties, family and friends. It is funny in parts and tragic in others, but altogether full of the honesty of life. “A House that Jack Built” plays We are pleased to announce the following productions for our 2014 season: A House that Jack Built – March 21, 22, 28, 29 The Trip to Bountiful – May 9, 10, 11 (mat), 14, 16, 17 Adult Acting for Screen – June 8, 15 Youth Dance – June 8, 15 The Great American Trailer Park Musical – July 18, 19, 23, 25, 26 (mat & eve), 30, Aug 1, 2 Junior Workshops – Term 3 Series, Days Tbc Teen Acting for Screen – Aug 17, 24, 31 Storytime in the Hills – Oct 6, 8, 10 (11am & 2pm each day) Charlie & the Chocolate Factory – Nov 21, 22 (mat), 23 (mat), 28, 29 (mat & eve), Dec 5, 6 (mat) bookings: The chapmans - 9397 5730/tickets@ roleystonetheatre.com.au or book and pay on the website www.roleystonetheatre.com.au The VALLEY Reporter proudly supports the ROLEYSTONE THEATRE
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At Roleystone Theatre, we have had a busy end to 2013, and an even busier start to 2014. In mid-December we closed Peter Pan, following a successful, well-attended run of the popular play. We kicked off our year with the 2013 Roley Awards. Held yearly, it is a chance for the theatre to recognise those who have contributed to the theatre over the previous twelve months. This year we awarded our Life Member Achievement award to Bradley Towton, and the Gold Roley Award to Kathryn Ramsell. Congratulations to all who received awards. This year, we also recognised Paul Treasure’s long standing commitment to the theatre, by presenting him with Life Membership to Roleystone Theatre. Paul joined Roleystone Theatre in 1994 and has been an active and valued member since. He participates in
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On the corner of Gillam Drive and Railway Avenue Kelmscott, a group of well known local identities have started an artistic teaching venture that promises to be innovative and new. An experienced and highly qualified team of teachers and practitioners will be teaching dance, art and film classes for all ages. The Artory is the ‘umbrella home’ of four exciting and creative enterprises that assist, teach and involve others in all forms of the Arts. The building is now the home base of Explosive Dance & Theatre Company, MADI Works Inc, Artsmartz, Filmsmartz and Armadale FilmFest Inc. Whilst each company have their own identity, as you step through the doors of the building you can automatically tell the space is full of the ‘wow’ and ‘awesome’ factor. Artsmartz has a Taster Day on the 22nd February that will be full of arts workshops for children to experience, while people can register for both children and adult classes that begin on the 26th. They also have a series of weekend workshops available for adults that marry both creative and positive empowerment, keeping the groups small to ensure individual attention. Explosive Dance & Theatre Company was established in 1998 and already has a strong following. They have begun their term, however enrolments are always welcome. They cater for all forms of dance, which include modelling and singing lessons in their repertoire. Filmsmartz offers a series of short (six week) courses in various aspects of film making. Each course consists of two hours of workshop tuition per week with an emphasis on hands on activities. The Artory not only offers classes and workshops, but has space available for rent if you have a creative idea or community group that needs a home. For more information please go to www. theartory.com.au or email theartory@ iinet.net.au.
oleystone Tee-Ball R and Baseball Club Inc.
Welcome back to the second half of the season. We hope everyone has had an enjoyable break and are ready for the next few weeks of tee-ball. To finish off the first half of the season, Santa made a surprise visit to the Under 8’s games, which came to an abrupt halt when he arrived on the fire brigade support vehicle with sirens and lights aglow. Many excited children greeted him, and many thanks go to Rob Van Uden and Ryan Sutherland. Our State players have continued to train and attend carnivals throughout the break, gaining insight for the State Championship Competition over the long weekend in March. Both teams have done an awesome job in representing our Club with the U10’s winning 4 from 4 at Forrestfield in extreme weather conditions. Melville carnival was also challenging, but with both teams playing opponents in higher grades, we’ve seen some fantastic tee-ball both at bat and in the field. All players showed some great signs of improvement and learnt a lot from their practice games. Our last carnival will be at Thornlie Tee-ball Club on Sunday 16th February followed by the Championship games in March. The State players also had the opportunity to be “Baseball Buddies” at a Perth Heat game. The U12’s on 27th December and U10’s on 24th January, with Perth Heat
Above: Santa visits tee-ballers at Springdale. Top Left: Under 12’s States Team at Baseball Buddies. Center left: Batter-up coach Lee! Bottom Left: Under 10’s States Team at Baseball Buddies.
winning both games attended (as well as the Championship this year). Players were taken for a tour around the ground, met and talked with some of the Perth Heat players and at the start of the game, ran on to the field with the players. A great night was had by all, with a great cheer squad from Roleystone at the games. Our Windup is on Sunday 9th March starting at 4pm with AGM followed immediately by presentations and a family fun day. If you would like to have a say in what the Club does, then put your hand up for a role on our committee for next season. We’re looking forward to having some new faces around the table. Descriptions and details of positions are on our website www.rtbc.org.au, so check them out before the AGM. Please like, share, There will be a ‘Rip Tide Slip n Slide’ this year so players and siblings wishing to and shop accordingly! have a go will need to bring along their www.thevalleyreporter.com.au bathers and towels. A big “Thank You” to all who have contributed to the Club in any way this year, whether it be coaching, umpiring, parent helper on game people We’re all about service. Are days, committee you? member or any other Customer Service Officer – without your help, An opportunity to help people in a positive environment the Club would not be what it is today. Part time position located in Roleystone, WA Wendy Mays, Bendigo Bank branches are all about people working together to build stronger communities. To be Publicity Officer. successful as a Customer Service Officer you’ll be committed to putting customers’ needs first, you’ll
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be a great communicator with customer service, computer experience and ideally cash handling – and you’ll enjoy being part of the local community. You’ll be the face of Roleystone-Karragullen Community Bank®Branch and will be given the support you need to do what you do best – listening to customers and helping them achieve their financial goals. In return you’ll become a key part of a diverse team in a rewarding work environment where you will have the opportunity to learn and advance your career. So if you think you’ve got what it takes to be part of the Bendigo team, we want to hear from you. Visit careers.bendigobank.com.au to find out more or to submit your application, quoting reference number 902636. Or write to Samuel Bostock, Retail Operations Officer, PO Box 7114, Cloisters Square, Perth WA 6850. Applications close on Friday, 28 February 2014. Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Limited ABN 11 068 049 178. AFSL 237879. (206493_v1) (13/02/2014)
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AUSSIES CHALLENGED TO BE BRAVE AND SHAVE
Australians from all walks of life are being challenged to help improve the lives of people with blood cancer by signing up for the Leukaemia Foundation’s ‘World’s Greatest Shave’, which will run from the 13th to the 16th of March. The challenge to ‘be brave and shave’ is expected to see more than 150,000 people get sponsored to shave or colour their hair to raise funds for research and care for Western Australians with blood cancer. In WA, the goal is to raise more than $2.95 million. “Every day, around 31 Australians are expected to be diagnosed with leukaemia, lymphoma or myeloma, including 23 people every week in WA. Every 46 minutes an Australian is diagnosed with a blood cancer.” said Andrew York, General Manager of the Leukaemia Foundation in WA. “Blood cancer is devastating. In acute cases, treatment can begin within 24 hours of diagnosis. For those living in regional areas, it can mean leaving work, school and family and relocating to the city, adding to the shock and emotional turmoil. The World’s Greatest Shave is the Leukaemia Foundation’s most important fundraiser, providing vital funds to help lessen the impact for people affected by blood cancer. Money raised also supports important ongoing blood cancer research. Research is improving survival rates, but sadly every two hours someone in Australia loses their life to blood cancer.” The Leukaemia Foundation is Australia’s peak body for blood cancer, dedicated to the care and cure of the people and families living with blood cancer and related blood disorders. It receives no ongoing government funding, and relies on community support to fund its important work. Last year, thousands of people accessed the Foundation’s free services, including information, emotional support, transport to and from treatment and accommodation for those from regional areas who are required to relocate closer to hospital. Since it began in 1998, Australians have raised more than $158 million through the World’s Greatest Shave, with funds channelled into the Leukaemia Foundation’s Vision to Cure and Mission to Care. Nationally, the World’s Greatest Shave target is $20.5 million this year. “What better way to show your Aussie spirit of mateship then helping others with a few laughs along the way?” said Andrew York. “The sooner people sign up, the more money they can potentially raise.”
The Valley Reporter would like to ask the community to show your support to Roleystone local Emma Wray, who will be participating in this year’s World’s Greatest Shave. Emma can be sponsored via her fundraising page at http://my.leukaemiafoundation.org.au/ emmawray. Sign up for the World’s Greatest Shave at worldsgreatestshave.com, or by calling 1800 500 088.
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for sale Portable evaporated air con new $240 Phone: 9496 0911 NOTICE Large room rent free in exchange for house duties, cleaning etc. in Roleystone. Room has own front door, toilet & bathroom with spa. It’s a large house & you can have your own privacy or mingle in & treat the house as you own. Prefer mature lady that must like reptiles. For more info call Lance 9496 3118
volunteers wanted Radio Lollipop urgently requires volunteers for the Armadale Hospital Children’s Ward. If you have a spare 2hrs p/wk, are over 18 & would like to bring some happiness to a child’s hospital stay. Ph: Jean Rodgers 9398 4874, 0431 345 681 or Radio Lollipop on 9340 8835
Have you recently celebrated a special occasion, Birthday, Wedding, Anniversary or Christening? Then let everyone know by putting it in The Valley Reporter BABYSITTER Available $10p/ hr reliable 23yo with Cert 3 in child care. Call Charlotte 0497 106 642, 9397 6249
Have you got something to sell? Then let everyone know by putting it in The Valley Reporter
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 Araluen Golf Resort Country Club Ave, Roleystone A FANTASTIC WAY FOR YOUR CHILDREN Ph: 9397 9000 www.araluenresort.com.au TO ENJOY A VARIETY OF Brackenridge Village & Roleystone Village Cnr of FUN AND SAFE TOYS, PUZZLES & GAMES Brookton Hwy & Soldiers Rd Roleystone. Enjoy great food, join now! wine, jewellery, giftware, unique arts and crafts, organic JOIN NOW! we are 1.45-2.30pmand & Sat Openopen WedTues 11.30am-12.15pm food, beauty and an art gallery 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 Karragullen Expo October 2014 – 9293 7132, 0418 939 HEATHER 9496 0119 email 134, www.karragullenexpo.org.au email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org SmokeFree WA Kelmscott Annual Show October 2014 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 Jarrah Rd Roleystone. Come along & support this monthly A SAFE, FUN PLACE FOR CHILDREN AND event (2nd Sunday of the month) For stall holder details THEIR FAMILIES. please give Christine Kent a call on 9397 5047 SESSIONS MONDAY TO FRIDAY Roleystone Theatre Inc. 587 Brookton Hwy Roleystone. For REGISTRATION ESSENTIAL Bookings Phone: 9397 5730 www.roleystonetheatre.com.au contact our new registrar Call Registrar Marie Hoffmann CONTACT OUR NEW REGISTRAR CONTACT OUR NEW REGISTRAR Valley View Garden Golf Earthbound Organics Brackenridge ROBYN DAWSON 9397 7116 kym graham 9397 9158 BATHGATE 9498 1968 onCAROLYN 0404 996 670 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 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 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 NEW MEMBERS WELCOME Discounted Fees and Free Coaching Available Contact us about incorporating social bowls into your next Corporate or Social function. Equipment and coaching (if required) provided. O
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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. 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
THE CLUB IS NOW OPEN MONDAY TO FRIDAY – REFER TO CALENDAR FOR ACTIVITIES
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)Times 5-6pm 6-7pm Training Days Training during school holidays Snrs Snrs(13yrs (13yrs&&older) older)6-7.30pm 7-8pm Rds, Roleystone Closed Tuesdays & Thursdays
Cnr Wygonda & Jarrah
Jnrs (5-12yrs) 5-6pm
Check the Website for March Date
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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
Sunday Breakfast Specials! The perfect place for those special events birthdays, anniversaries, all things special...
Brookton Hwy & Soldiers Rd, Roleystone Bookings 9496 0666 www.roleysontheridge.com
iews iews 101 ON ARALUEN ONrestaurant ARALUEN & functions
FUNCTIONS BY APPOINTMENT Trading Hours: Tuesday - Sunday Lunches Friday Night A La Carte
restaurant & functions restaurant & functions
Araluen Golf Resort - Country Club Ave Roleystone Bookings 9397 9969 www.views101.com.au
Food - Wine - Cof fee - Functions - Food - Wine - Cof fee - Functions
Food - Wine - Cof fee - Functions - Food - Wine - Cof fee - Functions
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Gold Plate - Prix d ‘honneur, Family Dining
Published on Feb 24, 2014
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