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No.93 – April/May ‘12
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Community Contacts Roleystone Community Youth Workers Stuart Hight and Joyce Arnott 0408 956 559 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Roleystone Badminton Club Trudie 9397 6920 Roleystone Hall Tues 9.15-11am, Wed 7.30-9.30pm Roleystone Girls’ Brigade Yvonne 9397 5153 RK Snr Cricket Club Graham Fuller (Pres) 0400 195 061 RK Jnr Cricket Club in2cricket Jnrs 5-9yrs Mike 0448 878 257 Roleystone Jnr Football Club Sean Ashby (Pres) 0467 814 004, Connie Saffioti (Reg) 9397 5191 www.rjfc.org.au Roleystone Snr Football Club Jason Hammond (Pres) 0411 702 504, Jocelyn Jones (Sec) 0437 887 930 ww.roleystonessfc.org.au Roleystone Gymnastics Melanie Berson (Pres) 0437 057 642, Email: email@example.com. Phone (Gym) 9496 1484 Roleystone Womens Hockey Sue 9398 7426 Helen 9397 5939,0438 923 477 Roleystone Tee-Ball & Baseball Club Inc. Sandy Johnson (Pres) 0419 875 277 & Tanya Taylor (Reg) 0409 112 373 Organic Growers Assoc. meets 2nd Wed of the mth Lisa 9399 2312 Roleystone Redback’s Little Athletics Club Boys & Girls U6-U17’s Ph: Sarah 0408 959 436 or Alyce 0430 835 047 Roleystone Community Church 1 Croyden Rd Roleystone Minister David Bardsley Wk: 9397 5955 Hm: 9397 9303 Roleystone Schools P&C Amy Boughton (Sec) 9397 5559 1st Roleystone Scout Grp Karragullen Hall Joanne Meuli 9496 0290 St Christopher’s Anglican Church 9293 8273 Community Garden Forum & Men’s Shed For more information please contact Chris Johnston on 6396 0756 Child Health Nurse Thurs & Fri by appointment 9397 5813 Kalamunda District Bridge Club Weekly Day & Evening Sessions, Andy Leal 9291 6451, firstname.lastname@example.org Roleystone Gumnut Playgroup 5 sessions p/wk kids aged 0-5yrs. Janice McLean 0410 025 019 email@example.com Alcoholics Anonymous Meet every Sat at 7pm 9325 3566 Australian Sewing Guild Southern Hills Neighbourhood Grp meet 2nd Sun of the mth, Karen Anderson 9354 7806 Patchwork Quilting Friendship Days Lyn 9397 5207 Armadale PCYC 2 Townley St 9399 1091, firstname.lastname@example.org The Rivercare Group Pat Hart 9496 1634 Armadale-Kelmscott Swimming Club email@example.com, Patty Blackwell (Pres) 9497 8197 (8am-8pm) The House of Bamboo Carol 9397 7679 City of Armadale - Roleystone Ward Councillors Caroline Wielinga 0488 900 307, Cr.CWielinga@armadale.wa.gov.au Grant Nixon 9397 6939, 0418 449 611, firstname.lastname@example.org Roleystone Netball Club Vanessa Mason (Pres), Amy Boughton (Reg) 9397 5559 and Diane Bunten (Sec) 0404 012 462 Roleystone & Districts Basketball Chris Webb 0414 166 401, Kirk Allnutt 0423 433 449 Training @ Roleystone Basketball Crts Fri 5pm Darling Range Wildlife Shelter 9394 0885 Armadale Toastmasters meets every Tues 6.30pm Armadale PS Peter Law 0408 936 623, email@example.com Kanyana Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre 9291 3900 Kanyana provides advice & assistance 24hrs a day, 7 days a week DEC’s Department of Environment and Conservation WildCare Hotline 9474 9055. WildCare hotline operates 24hrs a day, 7 days a week, diverting to after hrs numbers at nights & weekends, to provide immediate assistance Roleystone Guides Suellen Mackay 9496 1375 Art Classes RNFC Mon-Tues & Thur 9496 1115 www.roleyfamilycentre.com.au Landscape Painting Tues 6.30-9.30pm Ian 9496 0034 Roleystone Lawn Bowls Gerry Chapman (Pres) 9397 5730 ISADD Intervention Services for Autism & Dev Delay Darryl Cooper 9397 5970 Kelm History Grp Congregational Church Rundle St Kelm Colleen 9496 1817 National Seniors Armadale Branch meet on the 1st Thurs of the mth RSL Hall Commerce Ave Armadale 10-12noon. Lots of interesting speakers all old & new members welcome.Ph: 9397 5880, 9390 2230 Hants & Dorset Social Club Pearl Sibley 9496 1243 Cat Sterilisation Society 9397 5062 9-4pm Mon-Wed Parents Without Partners Foothills Branch, Weekly Activities organised, Greg 0402 252 230, Marylena 0422 108 711 Bushfire Ready Groups Bedfordale-Ian Thompson 9399 3006, Kelmscott Hills-Peter Jago 0439 997 373, Roleystone-Chris Cairns 0417 983 019, Robert Littmann 0427 977 190, Craig Popperwell 0438 904 485
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The Kanyana Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre has it’s annual Open Day on Sunday 6th of May from 10am to 4pm. The event will feature a range of stalls and free children’s activities, so come along and help raise much-needed funds for the sick, injured, orphaned and displaced wildlife. The RoleystoneKarragullen branch of the Bendigo Bank celebrated its 5th Birthday on the 31st of March at the local shopping centre on Jarrah Road. On the whole, it was a most enjoyable occasion, and everyone at the Bendigo is looking forward to their next milestone celebration. See inside this issue for some great pictures of the day. The hills are alive with the sound of music, and Roleystone’s very own man of music is to thank for it. Joel Sheard has a much loved past time with violins, which he has taken a step further by conducting open workshops in violinmaking. Read the full story on page 14 and 15. The Roleystone Community College will soon be on
the big screen for all to see. The College recently was selected along with 3 other schools to have the Greenfingers team from Guru Productions come and create a sustainable garden for them. The show will be aired on Sunday 22nd and Sunday 29th of April on Channel 7, between 5:30pm and 6:00pm. A team of students and teachers recently visited Tass1 Trees Nursery, to find out more, check out the great story and photographs on page 16 and 17. The change of seasons has also brought a change of sports for many Roleystone residents. Now is the time to put on your club colours and shout out for your local teams. Look inside page 18 of this month’s Valley Reporter for the Roleystone Senior Football Club’s 2012 fixtures. There are nine Cross Park home games, so come along and enjoy! This month’s issue also contains a Tales from a Traveller story, see page 23 for “Delights of Da Lat”. Don’t forget, if you have a holiday experience you’d like to share, good or bad,
Fiona Newland EDITOR/PUBLISHER let others know by putting pen to paper and submitting your travel adventures to The Valley Reporter. Do something special by rolling up your sleeves and giving blood at St Barnabas Church in Kalamunda for the Australian Red Cross Blood Service. Every donation can help save three lives. Appointments are essential, so look on page 28 for the days and times. Just a reminder that The Valley Reporter provides a free comprehensive listing of advertised local businesses to help you get the job done in the Quick Find Directory on page 28 and 29 of each issue. You can also find your local businesses instantly online at http://thevalleyreporter. com.au/directory.html. Shop Smart, Shop Local!
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My Easter Offering – Resurrection Flower Ever since coming to Roleystone back in 1956, during late March and early April, I have gazed in wonder at the beautiful flowers that spring up in clumps and rows along the roads, streets and highway. After many scorching summer days, the Sol King (the Sun) seems to lose his power, and
the flowers unexpectedly begin to slowly regenerate from the dry, hardened ground. The long stems sprout forth into beautiful bursts of white, pink or red blossoms that live for about a month before returning to their earthy crypts to await another resurrection day. The Easter Lily, officially known as Amaryllis Belladonna, can generally be seen in the older parts of the community, so it must have been a flower cherished and appreciated by the pioneers. When I see them flowering, I know our battle with Sol is over for a while, and that Easter is on its way. To me, it is a symbol of the crucifixion and the resurrection. Benjamin Seabrook, Roleystone. I am writing to express my dismay at the actions of certain people who, on the early morning of April 12th, hit a large grey kangaroo on Peet Road. I understand that these animals can sometimes come out of nowhere, and I cannot fault anyone for hitting a kangaroo, but if you do, at least have the decency to pull the carcass off the road. This large dead kangaroo was left in the middle of the lane, presenting a hazard to all road users. It’s unlikely that the road was busy at the time you hit the kangaroo, so there is really no excuse for not stopping and doing the right thing. I have seen this sort of lack of care on several occasions around Roleystone, sometimes with people’s pet (mostly cats), which is even more disappointing to see. Rob Kidd, Roleystone.
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Armadale resident recognised at annual Disability Support Worker Awards “Disability support workers have an enormous impact on the lives of the people they care for, their families and our community and it is important to recognise these positive effects.” Dr Chalmers said the awards were a chance to praise the steadfast efforts of disability support workers and their vital role in changing people’s attitudes about disability. He also acknowledged their efforts under sometimes challenging and difficult circumstances. It takes a person with a strong commitment to human rights and social justice to take on this role. The Disability Support Worker Awards highlight how their work is appreciated by so many and why their skills set is so valued. “This is the heart of the Count Me In: Disability Future Directions vision that believes in creating a fair go for everyone in society, including people with disability.”
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Armadale resident Katie Trinder has been recognised at the 2012 Disability Support Worker Awards as an up-and-coming leader in the disability sector. Announced at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre in March, the annual event - now in its fourth year - is hosted by National Disability Services WA in partnership with the Disability Services Commission. A finalist for the Emerging Leader Award (sponsored by Ansvar Insurance), Ms Trinder was acknowledged for her role as a support worker for Nulsen. “Katie has shown great creativity in meeting the needs of individuals while forging strong and supportive bonds with families and carers,” Commission Director General Dr Ron Chalmers said. “She does her best to use every situation as an opportunity for people to learn and practice new skills and experience enjoyment and success. “By creating twoway communication books for one family, they were given reassurance about the quality of their son’s life and allowed them to have a greater connection with their son and the workers who support him.” NDS WA State Manager Terry Simpson said his organisation was proud to host and celebrate the annual Disability Support Worker Awards. The awards recognise the outstanding achievements and contributions made by disability support workers in furthering the quality of life and inclusion of people with disability in Western Australia. One in five West Australians has a disability and almost a third of this group require some form of personal assistance.
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The Kalamunda Chamber of Commerce is proud to be present the Bickley Harvest Festival on Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th May. This community-based festival is a showcase of the picturesque Bickley Valley and is proudly supported by the Shire of Kalamunda and the Eastern Metropolitan Regional Council. The Bickley Harvest Festival is held annually on the first weekend in May. The festival presents visitors with a glorious taste of the Bickley Valley including many fine wines, cider, food, arts and crafts, entertainment as well as a myriad of autumn colours throughout the picturesque valley. During the festival, artistic talent will be on show from the local arts and crafts groups to boutique owner operated wineries, offering tastings from their hand crafted wines that employ the same methods of cool climate production as the Margaret River region. Meals will be available at many venues as
well as locally grown organic fruit and vegetables, free range eggs, devonshire teas, organic chocolates and other local produce. Many of the participating venues feature entertainment such as live music. Last year’s event attracted crowds of approximately 2,500 predominately from across the Perth metropolitan region. Visitors are encouraged to pick up a Harvest Festival Map and visit participating venues across the weekend. The big change for 2012 is the reintroduction of a Bus Service. Visitors will be able to park and ride, allowing easier access to more venues and reducing parking issues. Guests at the launch event were presented with a range of wines from the contributing venues, complimented with matched canapés. Highlights included a presentation of native animals from Kanyana Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre and presentations by selected winemakers.
The following constitutes a list of beverages presented for tasting at the Harvest Festival Launch on 14 April, at Core Cider House; · Core Cider House - Apple & Pear Cider · Carldenn - Sparkling · Due Jolly - Chardonnay · Fairbrossen - Rose · Hainault - Rose · Ashely Estate - Pinot Noir · Myattsfield - Mourvedre · Aldersyde Vineyard - Shiraz For more information on the Bickley Harvest Festival or a copy of the map go to: www. bickleyharvestfestival.com.
Teaching Excellence Award At Good Shepherd School this year the whole community is working hard to include the value of excellence in every aspect of all that we do. In fact, the school mission statement has been adapted to highlight the quality, ‘Excellence in Learning through Faith, Love and Laughter’. One of the teachers, Mrs Diana Newman has lived up to this expectation by being awarded the Catholic Education Award of Excellence. Specifically, the award is for excellence in her work in the Bidjara Project. The project was started in 2011 and formalised the educational use of the school’s unique environment and animals. Students in the project enjoy the experience of working in the ‘outdoor classroom” by engaging in activities such as the growing of vegetables, caring for the chickens and goats, and cooking seasonal vegetables. The project provides an opportunity to further develop literacy, numeracy, technology and social skills while creating friendship and leadership opportunities. Easter Egg Raffle Good Shepherd has a wonderful tradition of an Easter Egg Raffle. The Parent Group collect eggs for weeks that are kindly donated by the parents. This year a large basket of the eggs were donated to Centrecare for children who would otherwise not receive any eggs. On a special day after the whole school walked the story of Jesus through the Stations of The Cross, the raffle prizes were drawn. Lots of happy children were winners of many Easter Egg prizes.
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Muddy Bear Hunt As part of their exploration of the text We’re Going on a Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen, the Kindergarten students at Good Shepherd Catholic Primary School Kelmscott went on a messy, muddy bear hunt. With the help of Kerry Logan from Nature Play Solutions, students were able to experience first hand playing in the ‘thick oozy mud’. Good Shepherd Catholic When interviewed about his experience Ashton said “My favourite part was rolling in the mud because I Primary School Arbuthnot St Kelmscott love getting dirty. It felt nice and oozy.” Joe answered “I throwed the mud at people and they throwed it back at me. They all made me into a muddy snowman. It felt squishy and like ice-cream.” Enrolments for kindergarten 2013 will be held in May, please contact the school office for further information, 9495 1622.
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Just an hour from Perth – yet worlds away, Araluen Botanic Park, Roleystone is the perfect location for indulging the kids in a fun, wholesome, educational and environment-friendly adventure during the autumn school holidays. From 10am to 2pm on Thursdays, 12th and 19th April, our dedicated team of qualified volunteers will conduct a range of “Emu” themed activities, including Discovery Trails, Clay Modelling and Craft. “The fantastic value remains with fees at just $3 children and $4 adults. This includes Park entry and all materials,” says Rod Ross, General Manager, Araluen Botanic Park Foundation. This popular program features: • Between 10am and 11.30am – the opportunity to participate in 3 discovery trails; • 12.45pm – clay modelling and craft; • Educational activities to explain important environmental issues. Children are required to have their own adult supervision and it is strongly recommended that closed shoes, hat and sunscreen be worn. Araluen Botanic Park is open every day from 9am to 6pm. With spectacular running water all year round, beautifully scenic bush walks, stunning gardens, heritage structures and the Chalet Healy Tearooms, BBQs and picnic areas there’s plenty to do and see. And, the everpopular Araluen Train is operating during peak periods. For more information contact Araluen Botanic Park on 9496 1171 or www.araluenbotanicpark.com.au.
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RTBC U15’s Baseball Presentation recently held at Roley’s on the Ridge for breakfast. (front L-R) “Highest Batting Average Trophy” - Leighton McDonnell and “Most Valuable Player Award” - Jordan Howell. (standing L-R) Coach - Darryn Groves, “Coaches Award” - Nelson Landwehr and “Players Player Award” - Jack Warrington. Congratulations to all! Photograph courtesy of Tracy Howell.
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The Roleystone branch of the Bendigo Bank celebrated its 5th Birthday on the 31st of March at the local shopping centre on Jarrah Road, and thanks to everyone who joined in, it was a great event. The free samples of locally made birthday cake drew in the crowd like bees to flowers, but they stayed for the wonderful friendly atmosphere and a chance to get in the raffle. The winner of the competition, which involved guessing how much money was in the Bendigo Piggy Box, was Jack Rigby. Congratulations Jack! It was a great opportunity for Branch Manager Tony Jacobs and other bank staff to socialise with their loyal customers and neighbours, as well as a great time for the Bendigo Piggy to make an appearance. Thanks to local artist Wendy Van der Laan, who offered free face painting, the next generation of savers in the area were instantly recognisable. On the whole, it was a most enjoyable occasion, and everyone at the Bendigo is looking forward to our next milestone celebration.
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Armadale’s Rich Local Heritage Rewarded The City of Armadale’s distinctive heritage plaques are to be presented in the coming weeks to owners of a number of buildings across the City in appreciation of their preservation of heritage values. Armadale Mayor Henry Zelones, said the plaques recognise the cultural value of the sites and are a token of the City’s appreciation for those preserving the City’s heritage. “These properties represent a range of sites across the City including churches, orchards, restaurants and private homes which perfectly illustrate the diversity, history and heritage of the Armadale region,” said Cr Zelones. Heritage Plaques commemorate properties that are important to the community and have been recognised in the City’s Municipal Heritage Inventory. Ten properties will receive the plaques, including The Manse Restaurant, Oaklands Old Homestead, Darjeeling and a number of other significant properties. Previous recipients include Araluen Botanic Park, Roleystone Theatre, St Matthews Church, Wirra Willa Gardens, Narrogin Inn and Armadale District Hall. Heritage sites chosen to receive plaques in 2012 include: • Illawarra Orchard; Clearing and planting began in 1893. The first apple cool store in WA was built in 1899 and is still in use today. • Jesse Hammond’s Residence; Home was built in 1900s. Mr Hammond was a well-known contractor and author, his writing relating to early buildings in Perth, Contemporary Designs exploration and gold discovery in WA and Aboriginal Australians. Traditional Approach • The Manse Restaurant; Constructed in 1907, this building was home to pastors and now serves the community as a restaurant. • Oaklands Old Homestead; Built in 1910 by the Thomas family in Federation style. The home was named “Oaklands” by the Treeby family in 1920s. • Residence 2947; Hugh and Hulda Buckingham built the house, “Paramatta” in 1908. The home was bought by butchers, the Martins in 1950s. • Silas Rundle’s Residence; Built in 1900 by gardener/blacksmith Silas Rundle. • Uren Residence; Built in 1907 by Nicholas Uren. Mr Uren established a Jewellery Design by Andrew Hurst poultry farm and was a preacher in the Congregational Church. • Darjeeling; Built in 1930 it is reputed as the largest domestic structure made 4/2 Soldiers Rd, Roleystone WA 6111 entirely of jarrah. 08 9496 1100 | olil.com.au | firstname.lastname@example.org • Residence, Lot 181; Built in 1911 – 1918 the land was first awarded to WE Barker as “Lease of Workingman’s Block.” For further information visit www.armadale.wa.gov.au or contact 9399 0111.
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The next Committee meeting will be at Springdale Park on Sunday April 21st. The meeting will incorporate the annual Busy Bee, so all committee members, parents and players are asked to head up to the club by 10am to help out in any way that they can for as long as they are able. The club will provide a BBQ lunch, so please come and help tidy up and clean up the grounds and surroundings for the season kick off on April 28th. Remember, many hands make light work, and it’s not what the club can do for you, but what you can do for your club. Roleystone Junior Football Club is recognised as one of the major sponsor best Junior clubs in the South Fremantle District, so let’s get 2012 off to a great start. Go The Tigers!
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Round 2 winners announced Round 2 of the 2011/2012 Community Grants program has awarded nine not-for-profit organisations/groups up to $1,000 to assist in community focused projects. Successful applicants include: Armadale Consumer Advisory Grp, Armadale Gosnells Landcare Grp, Black Cockatoo Preservation Society, Classic Sounds Orchestra, Nerrigen Brook Primary P&C, Roberta Jull Community Care Association, Roleystone Community Garden, Roleystone Men’s Shed and the Roleystone Scouts. Funds will be used for projects such as open days, outdoor concerts, volunteer materials, healthy food education and storytelling sessions. Do you have a stream on your property? Any City of Armadale resident who has a waterway flowing through their property has the chance to participate in the Streamcare program. Landowners can receive technical advice regarding weed control, herbicides, property planning and revegetation, all specific to their property. Owners may also be eligible for free native plants to revegetate their waterway and create a healthier environment. The project has helped
hundreds of landholders care for their local riverside environment. The program aims to revitalise local streams and improve the habitat for native fish and wildlife. Be part of Streamcare today and watch the benefits flow on and on. If you live in the City of Armadale, have a waterway on your property and would like to be involved in this program, call the Streamcare Promoter on 9399 0111. Energy efficiency tips for the home and garden This workshop is ideal for those of you who are improving your home and garden to become more energy efficient. The workshop covers energy efficiency tips in the home and garden that will save you thousands in energy costs, while turning your garden into a cool natural space, using plants for natural heating and cooling. Look at ways to maximise solar energy with passive orientation, great tips for shading those exposed heat traps, best plants and trees for natural cooling, great gardening tips – and much more! Meet celebrity experts and find out how you can switch your thinking with confidence. Tuesday 1 May, 6-9pm Frye Park Pavilion, Clifton St, Kelmscott. Proudly supported by Synergy and Cities of Armadale and Gosnells.
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Two more out of control parties and a drug lab discovery in Armadale recently has prompted renewed calls for a 24hour manned Armadale police station by Canning MHR Don Randall. Mr Randall said it was further proof more needed to be done in the area to combat crime and antisocial behaviour. “The petition for a round-the-clock manned police station now has almost 10,000 signatures,” he said. “The petition was initiated by a local resident/ and the number of signatures to this petition highlight that residents do want this. “My office is contacted on a daily basis about crime/hooning and antisocial behaviour in the Armadale and surrounding areas. “Residents deserve to have action on this, to feel safe in their homes, walking down the street or catching the train. To get these issues under control would give the whole area a real boost,” Mr Randall said if the petition was successful in the State Parliament, he understood it could take some time before the station was operational 24/7, and therefore had asked the Barnett Government to bolster police numbers in the area in the meantime. He hoped more police would be in the Armadale area by the end of April.
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The Roleystone Scouts have become proud owners of two new marquees with inbuilt LED lights, thanks to the City of Armadale Community Grants program. Scout leader Jo Meuli said “We had such great feedback from the community about our ‘Movie Under the Stars’ night that we’d like to do more events like this. The new marquees will make organising our night time fundraising events so much easier for our volunteers. They will also provide much-needed shelter and shade during our daytime scouting activities. We would like to thank the City of Armadale for their generous contribution.”
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Call Simon on 9397 6313 The South East Asia Youth Baseball-Softball Tournament (SEAYBST) is an annual competition hosted among baseball and softball clubs from Perth, Manila, Jakarta, Singapore and Bangkok. These tournaments are very much a friendship series, with some players and families from past tournaments returning year after year, creating new great memories. The level of game is constantly being risen with displays of players’ skills being exceeded and sportsmanship shown. Over the weekend, all teams managed to play 6 games in total, including a Consolation Final and Championship Final. The Perth All-Stars were very successful throughout the tournament and managed to clinch all three age-group championships in both baseball and softball, keeping the overall title home safe in Perth. Congratulations to the two Roleystone boys Trent McDonnell and Aaron Newland on their teams success. A big thank must go to the many sponsors who make the tournament successful by coming on board, as well as to the team of volunteers, umpires and score-keepers. Another big thank you goes to each of the Country Directors who have taken on the daunting task of organising your teams and families. Last of all, (but never least) thank you to all the players, coaches and managers of the teams. Without you, this tournament would not be the success it has been since 1986. See you all again in Singapore for the 2013 Tournament. And remember: S : Sportsmanship E : Enjoyment A : Appreciate Y : Youth B : Befriend S : Support T : Teamwork
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Community Noticeboard 5 & 6 May Lesmurdie Arts & Crafts Annual Exhibition Where: Kalamunda Agricultural Hall Enjoy the Autumn Harvest Festival activities in the Hills, and purchase original art and a wide range of beautiful hand-crafted gifts. Admission is free and refreshments will be available. For more information contact Cheryl Anwar on 9293 1411. Lesmurdie Senior High School invites you to Open day Friday 4 May Tours at 9am and 11.15am. Please phone 9291 1200 for further details or visit www.lesmurdie.wa.edu.au to register your attendance. Kalamunda Farmers Market Every Sunday Morning Central Mall, Kalamunda Fresh Local Produce Top Quality - Grower Direct The Glades Arts and Produce Moon Light Market Sat April 21 4pm-9pm Percy’s Park Mead St Byford April is our last outdoor Moonlight Market before we go indoors for the winter, this month we are having a Carnival Theme we will have a magician, clown, face painters, kids amusements, costume characters dressed up as a ring master and lion, awesome arts and lots lots more, we will have 100 stall holders, Midnight Rambler will be playing for us once again which will make for an awesome night out, come along and have dinner made by one of our many foodies I spice, stuffed spuds, nachos, pizza, sausage sizzle, hamburgers yummy crepes and mini pancakes while you’re having dinner have a seat at the bar ran by our local RSL men who do an awesome job or a picnic rug and sit with the family ... Hope to see you all there!!!! COME ONE COME ALL!!!! City of Armadale presents Find My Past Armadale Library Thursday 26 April 2.30-4.30pm Family history research specialists Tricia Fairweather and Leonie Hayes, from the State Library of WA will conduct a workshop on the database ‘Find-My-Past’. You will learn how to interrogate the information you find and they will be happy to answer your family research queries. Bookings are essential, please phone 9399 0125. City of Armadale presents Better Beginnings Parent Workshop ‘Parents Working Away’ Friday 4 May 10-11.30am Seville Grove Library Ngala will present a session designed for families where the work of one or both parents involves time spent away such as Fly In Fly Out workers. They will
explore some of the issues that families find challenging when a parent works away and discuss practical ideas to help families make the most of time together and remain connected during times apart. Bookings are essential, phone 9399 0800 to secure your place. Morning tea will be provided. Babies are wlecome, but please leave prams at home as space is limited. Celebrate National Volunteer Week in Armadale National Volunteer Week is a celebration of the contributions and achievements of volunteers in the community. Join us in celebrating the priceless contributions of volunteers living and/or working in the City of Armadale. Refreshments will be provided. Tuesday 15 May, 2.30-4.30pm, Armadale District Hall. Bookings are essential. Please call 9399 0642. Hosted by Armadale Volunteer Services and the City of Armadale. Step into Volunteering Are you interested in volunteering but aren’t sure how to get started? There are plenty of opportunities available for everyone. Volunteering covers a spectrum of positions including youth work, aged care, health services and environmental services just to name a few. This free session is a great way to find out about the hundreds of positions available for volunteers and get your foot in the door. Find a position which is perfect for you. Thursday 17 May, 6-7pm, Armadale Library. Hosted by Armadale Volunteer Services. Circus, music and theatre comes alive at Don Russell Performing Arts Centre these school holidays These upcoming school holidays will be filled with laughter as the UK based Chipolatas visit the Don Russell Performing Arts Centre. The three musical clowns bring a unique and internationally acclaimed variety show that combines music, circus, theatre and lots of friendly audience participation. The Tuesday 17 April performance will be the only Chipolatas children’s show in the Perth metropolitan area on this tour. City of Gosnells Mayor Dave Griffiths encouraged residents to book tickets and enjoy a fun, family day out. “The Chipolatas show provides a great opportunity for families to experience the fun of live theatre, at the City’s very own Don Russell Performing Arts Centre,” Mayor Dave Griffiths said. The Chipolatas blend accordion and acoustic rhythms with hip hop and street style, combining for an inspirational performance which references global folk culture. For more information or to make a booking, phone the Don Russell Performing Arts Centre on 9493 4577.
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The YMCA and Shire of Kalamunda would like to inform the community and its valued customers that Kalamunda Water Park will be closed for the off season period from Sunday 1st April until November 2012. Shire President Donald McKechnie said, “The summer of 2011/12 saw the much anticipated re-opening of the community’s beloved Kalamunda Water Park (formerly Kalamunda Wet ‘n’ Wild). I would like to thank all of the local residents and loyal patrons from further a field flocked to come and enjoy the refreshed facility over the summer.” “I also look forward to all the new programs and initiatives YMCA is planning for the 2012/2013 season.” With over 3 million dollars spent on major refurbishment and the YMCA taking over management of the centre, Kalamunda Water Park’s first summer since the redevelopment was one of sun, fun, community development and social responsibility. The future is looking bright. The first year of operation has been an exciting period for the YMCA. Key highlights have included the introduction of the YMCA’s ‘Aqua Safe’ learn to swim program along with an expansion on programs and services offered from the facility. On March 11th the YMCA hosted its first ever national fundraising event, the ‘YMCA Swimathon’. Funds generated from the event went towards supporting YMCA’s benevolent programs. Over $100,000 was raised nationally. Kalamunda Water Park was the highest fundraising centre across Australia raising over $10,000 towards YMCA Perth’s Big Brothers, Big Sister’s Program. The success of Kalamunda Water Park was largely attributed to individual fundraising efforts of Michael Hanlin ($5,344), the Mullings family ($2,000), the Giolitto family ($855) and the Hasset family ($628). Many thanks needs to be given to all those who got involved and made this a great event while supporting a great cause. This year Australia Day came alive at Kalamunda Water Park with its first Australia Day Party held in balmy 40 degree temperatures. This was an action packed family fun day with Aqua inflatables, entertainment and various novelty events to keep both the big and little kids happy. There was some serious competitors in the pie eating competition and a record breaking 47m throw was achieved in the thong throwing competition. Asides from the highly renowned waterslides, the entertainment on the day helped to ensure that a memorable Australia Day was had by all in attendance. The YMCA’s believes in delivering programs to help build strong people, strong families and strong communities. If you have any suggestions on programs or services you would like to see operated from Kalamunda Water Park in the future, then please leave your feedback on facebook or go to www.kalamundawaterpark.ymca.org.au. YMCA staff and management would like to thank the local community for their continued support and look forward to seeing you all again in November 2012 when Kalamunda Water Park re-opens for the 2012/13 summer pool season. Ref: www.kalamunda.wa.gov.au.
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Do you have a dirty car that needs cleaning? If so, then the Roleystone Shopping Centre is the place to be between 10am and 2pm on Saturday April 21st. The crew from Roleystone Community Church will be cleaning windscreens for a dollar, and washing whole cars for as little as five dollars. Even if your car doesn’t need washing, you’re welcome to enjoy a freshly cooked sausage for lunch. Funds raised will support development and outreach projects in Mexico, Romania, the Middle East and a Youth Program in Perth. Much of this work is being done by people with strong Roleystone connections such as Rob Chapman, who is growing coffee on rooftops in Mexico and Matt Fricker, who is Coffee trees growing on former Roleystoner, Rob Chapman’s training youth leaders.
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“We live in music. Great music nourishes us in ways we don’t even realise. It inspires us, relaxes us, energises us; in short, it heals us and keeps us well. The universe is a tonal symphony of many sounds interacting and vibrating together. Music is the pulse of the energy that vibrates and courses in and through everything.” Amrita Cottrell, Music Therapist. “Music without words means leaving behind the mind. And leaving behind the mind is meditation. Meditation returns you to the source. And the source of all is sound.” - Kabir. “The overtones produced by the crystal singing bowls have resonant and healing properties unlike anything we have encountered. The bowls emit tones that resonate with the human voice, sounds that permeate our systems, resonating with our essence, so that
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Da Lat, capital of the Lam Dong province, is a small city situated in the central highlands of Vietnam, between Saigon and Nha Trang. Like much of Vietnam, Da Lat was colonised by French explorers and settlers during the 1890’s, giving the popular tourist location a very French flavour. Many houses still have a more European style, and are very beautiful. Night markets are held every night in the central area, and every Saturday and Sunday night, the area is declared a “walking town”, with no cars of motorbikes allowed. I had the opportunity to live as a local, going to market every morning to buy food for the day. I was honoured to be invited to many homes for dinner to eat traditional food. Da Lat is a very lucrative export industry centre, as well as one of Vietnam’s flower capitals. Orchids of all colours, shapes and sizes can be seen in every roadside market curtains&blinds stall, house and yard. They are truly a beautiful sight to behold. Numerous hothouses abn:95 710 294 970 that serve as growing spots for these flowers light up the countryside at night when the horticulturalists change the temperature until the flowers are ready to be picked. Most of Vietnam is infamous for it’s tropical climate, but Da Lat is an oasis with Sandra Whitelaw m:0433 110 847 e:firstname.lastname@example.org http://centrocurtainsandblinds.hipages.com.au temperatures ranging between 10° and 25°, which combined with an altitude of 2km, makes an ideal atmosphere for Gift Vouchers Available growing coffee, tea, fruit and vegetables. The A trip further north into the highlands was a real eye-opener. It was very, very hot B.Y.O. restAurAnt Multi AwArd wArdw winning inning B.Y.O. restAurAnt and dry, with rain only falling in 6 months of the year. The hillsides were covered in flowering coffee trees, which looked more like fallen snow. Rubber plantations, cashew nut trees, tapioca and black pepper vines flourish in the highlands, with many callistemons (bottlebrush plants) and new bright, colourful bougainvillea dotting the menu roadsides and yards. Life is simple, uncomplicated and 2009 •Gold Plate Restaurant Award Finalists Serving onlyonly thethe best • Fine Dining 3 Rooms • Children Meals Serving bestcuisine cuisine in a Categories; Unlicensed Dining & Family Dining in a superb very cheap to afford in Vietnam. The superb setting 31 C hurCh Arustic verustic • Romantic Evening • Family Dining 31 C hurCh Asetting ve The The • Fine Dining • 3 Rooms • Children Meals 31 A rmAdAle friendliness of the people, their generosity CAhurCh AA veve Open: Dinner Tues-Sat 6.30pm till• late 31 CrmAdAle hurCh • Romantic Evening • Family Dining Gift Vouchers A rmAdAle (Sun restAurAnt & Mon by Appointment) and welcoming nature to the only Western A rmAdAle 9399 6078 Open: Dinner Tues-Sat 6.30pm till late 9399 6078 restAurAnt (Sun & Mon by Arrangement Appointment) Lunches by Arrangement Lunches by person living www.themanse.theguide.com.au www.themanse.theguide.com.au in their area is something that will stay with me always. As usual, travel arrangements were made by the very competent expert travel people at Inter Asia. I can never fault them, and wouldn’t book with anyone else. I suggest you try them, and try Vietnam. I guarantee it will be the best holiday you will ever have.
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McFarleane House Learning Centre is situated at Germon Homestead, 27 Wheatley Street, Gosnells. Nearly forty years ago, our volunteers began teaching and assisting people from all walks and stages of life to learn, perfect and continue their unique and individual passions. We are still accomplishing this today, but we need to let the public know that we are here as a service to our community. Most of the time we do our own projects such as sewing, knitting, embroidery, card making, and crocheting etc. We also have workshops on Friday afternoons where you can all learn to do/make a new project, or just spend some time having a chat with coffee and cake. Our courses are run by volunteer tutors who are there to help and encourage you to pursue new projects. What we offer is both positive for the mind and body, so we invite you all to come along and have a chat to our volunteers and see if we can be of assistance to you. We have a table at McFarleane House with “home made” goodies produced by our groups that you can purchase.
Anzac Day 25 April 2012 The Kelmscott-Roleystone Branch of the RSL invites members of the public, as well as all current and ex-service personnel, to attend the dawn service at Rushton Park on River Road, Kelmscott. The service, which will begin promptly at 6am, will take place at the Cenotaph on the corner of Orlando Street and River Road Kelmscott. A second service will be conducted at the Kelmscott Hall, starting at 3pm and concluding at approximately 4pm. For more information, ring 9495 4838 during business hours. Henry Zelones JP, Kelmscott-Roleystone Secretary.
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In short, to a degree it already is……….. Most of the activity described within the ‘$500 Billion’ number is related to WA and is already putting us in a state based enviable number one position of having the highest population / economic / employment and retail growth. It is also interesting to note that of the $500 billion mining boom, only 20% has been spent – we are yet to see the ‘bulk of the mining boom’ hit!!! Due to the demand over the next 18 months for tens of thousands of workers for the likes of BHP, FMG and RIO - we are looking forward to a steady increase in residential property activity as an increasing percentage of these workers will continue to buy in our hills market place. For further Real Estate News please see on Facebook: Fraser Williams – Property This community group is proudly supported
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st patrick’s day celebrations St Patrick’s Day celebrations were held at the Rock Inne Tavern on Saturday 17th March, with entertainment provided by local band The Ferrymen.
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OPEN COMMUNICATION IS CRITICAL IN BUILDING A STRONG & UNDERSTANDING COMMUNITY Communication is a critical component in all walks of life, both at a personal level and on a broader community scale. People want and have a need to understand why decisions that may impact on their lifestyles or their amenity are being put forward. People have a right to understand the background to decisions being proposed and the opportunity to ask questions and express their opinions before the key decisions are made. For key decisions that impact on sections of a community to be made without any communication is, in my opinion, a sign of a lack of respect from The netball season is almost upon us and there are a number of important reminders for Roleystone Netball Club parents and players. • Please pay your registration fees now. Fees must be paid by game 2 (May 12, 2012). Unpaid players are not fully covered by insurance and will not be able to take the court after this date. • If you require a uniform, please contact Tianah Fallon on 0418 932 455 or ltfallon@ iinet.net.au as soon as possible. Uniforms cost $60. • The club is introducing a Code of Conduct applicable to all players, parents/spectators, coaches, officials and administrators for the 2012 season. See below for more details. • Keep reading your Valley Reporter for upcoming information about fantastic new club jackets. • Are you a Facebook user? Join our Roleystone Netball Club Facebook page! The club welcomes positive comments on the page and sharing of information. The committee of the Roleystone Netball Club – proudly sponsored by Roleystone Real Estate – has agreed to establish a Code of Conduct for all club members and parents/spectators this year. According to the WA Department of Sport and Recreation: “Codes of Conduct, or behaviour, give everyone a guide to what is expected of them if they are part of an organisation, are playing sport, or standing on the sideline cheering.
those decision makers. People who are elected by others or are employed to assist in gathering information for these decisions, need to understand the expectations of the community they represent, and the importance of communicating the background and reasonings in a clear and open dialogue. It may take a bit longer to reach the final approval, but history has shown that it is imperative for open and clear governance. It is also imperative for goodwill and respect to be shown to all. Pat Hart.
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They help us to behave ethically and professionally.” The club’s code will set out consistent guidelines for an acceptable standard of professional conduct. All breaches of the Code of Conduct will be referred to the Roleystone Netball Club committee and consequences, such as game bans and other disciplinary measures, apply. Copies of the Code of Conduct will be distributed to players shortly. Club Registrar Amy Boughton said the committee appreciated selling moredisplayed than twicebythe am the Consistently good sportsmanship representatives of the club. local property than any other agent. “We believe breaches of the Code will be few and far between but, like many sporting groups and associations, we are introducing a Code of Conduct so there is absolute transparency about what is required from everyone involved in the club,” Mrs Boughton said. For more information about Roleystone Netball Club please contact Amy Boughton on 9397 5559 or Vice President Heather Quinlan on 0419 204 870.
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Roleystone Karate in Yoseikan ‘Tournament of Champions’ Next Two Club Nights Are:
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Congratulations are due to the thirteen- impressive crystal-look trophy in lieu of strong crew from Kofukan Karate swords this time around. Shodan candidate Roleystone who competed in the Yoseikan- and fellow 14yo, Jesse Purser, made his first it comes after to selling your home… appearance recovering Ryu ‘Tournament of Champions’ held tournamentWhen and marked his return on 25th March at the Morley Sports and from illness last year there is only one choice. Recreation Centre. Our team spanned with an impressive first place in the Boy’s novice juniors all the way up to Black belt Kumite all grades. (Shodan) and veteran (over 35yo) levels, The Roleystone team also included Bruce in both kata and kumite (sparring) events. Thonell, Jake Davision, Frank Van der Competition was particularly strong at Heijden, Kate McWalter, Cameron Carling and Brooke Williams, who all did our dojo this state-level event and each of our crew proud on the day. was tested to their limit. The senior levels in particular were strongly represented Thanks and kudos are also due to all of compared to the last Yoseikan outing in the support crew, including coaches and supporters on the day. Tash Williams did October last year. One of Roleystone’s newest Shodans, a great job in devising personalised fitness Kaitlin Brindley, picked up 1st and 2nd regimes for the crew also and will be in Girl’s Kumite all grades and Girl’s welcomed back in the future! Results on Open 14yrs respectively, taking home an page 27. Karen Fouweather.
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Full results of the day are as follows: Kaitlin Brindley 1st Girls Kumite all grades Kaitlin Brindley 2nd Girls Open Kumite 14yrs Jesse Purser 1st Boys Kumite all grades Gabby Purser 3rd Girls Open Kumite 13yrs Lochlann Mackay 3rd Boys Kumite all grades Liz Hill 3rd Novice Women’s Kyu grade Kumite Liz Hill 4th Novice Women’s Kyu Kata Tyler Blissenden 4th Boys Kumite all grades Danny Brooke Participation Medal for both 8yrs & under kumite and kata Lochlann MACKAY’s (right) medal presentation.
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TAI CHI & wORkSHOP PHYSIOTHERAPY BuTTERflIES COMBINED & flOwERS 27th April - 25th May Friday 4th May 11:30-12:30pm 11.30-2.30pm $50 for 5wks or $12p/wk $25pp + $12 Materials Kit Physio-Chi is a new “no stress” form of exercise. It combines Western/ Eastern medicine to give you the health benefits of Tai Chi without the stress of a rigid set of exercises. Participants learn a gentle flowing sequence of movements to improve strength & flexibility for Body, Mind & Spirit where physiotherapy explanations are provided to help participants understand which muscles & joints they are benefiting. Classes are fun & relaxed, yet also strengthening & meditative which includes imagery & visualisations. Physio-Chi classes are suitable for adults of all ages & abilities & can even be done sitting down! Classes led by Roleystone Physiotherapist Rahima Richardson.
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For more information please contact roleystone neighbourhood Family Centre Come join us in this fun, light & hands on workshop to create gorgeous flowers and butterflies with a rainbow of colours to choose from. Judy Calderwood is an expert felt maker with over 30 years experience & will guide you to felt your own designs in felt. After this workshop you will have enough experience to make your own creations at home.
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This course is designed for those who have just started out with Photoshop & want to expand their skills. Suitable for Windows & Mac users. Requirements: Laptop (& power cord) with Photoshop installed prior to course, notepad. The recommended Photoshop software for this course is Elements 10, which you can either buy or download the 30 day free trial from the Adobe website directly. Other Photoshop programs acceptable. Photoshop II Workshop June. 2012.
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Most digital cameras are not used to their full effects. Gain the knowledge & confidence to operate your camera & its features to produce better photographs of people, places & things. Be excited about the differences some hands on instruction can make. This beginners course is designed for those who have their own digital camera but it is not being used to its full potential, or those looking to buy their own camera & would like some idea of functions before a purchase. Adele Miles is a professional photographer who will guide everyone to demystify digital cameras & have you producing stunning photos. Email or Phone to Enrol - Limited Places - Book Early. Intermediate Classes also available.
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Former Roleystone Theatre performer gets sweet role in Austen classic Former Roleystone Theatre performer Carmen Miles is taking to the stage this May in a timeless love story from one of the most widely-read writers of all time. Directed by Vanessa Jensen at Melville Theatre, Jane Austen’s Emma follows a beautiful and clever young woman who prides herself on her matchmaking ability – but while she’s preoccupied with romance, she’s clueless to her own feelings of love. When Emma takes on a young friend as her latest project, her well-intentioned efforts misfire, leading to a whirlwind of complications. Miles plays Jane Fairfax, a character she describes as sweet,
talented and gentle. “She is a young relation of a poor but well-liked family in Emma’s town but is fated to become a governess because she has so little money,” she said. “Jane irritates Emma and is somewhat disliked by her – but not for any greater reason than the fact Jane is reserved and her talent and work ethic make Emma jealous. “It’s very different from most of the roles I have played over the years because I’m often cast as nasty, powerful women like Blanche Ingram in Jane Eyre or the Baroness in The Sound of Music. “Poor, mild-mannered Jane is the complete opposite of that. “It’s a refreshing change but it means I have to do a lot more experimentation with my voice and body than I would usually do because it’s so unlike what I have done before.” Performing from age 16, Miles has appeared in numerous musicals with Roleystone Theatre and several plays at the Old Mill, Melville, Phoenix, KADS and Harbour Theatres including Great Expectations, Jane Eyre, Jekyll and Hyde and Sherlock Holmes and the First English Gentleman. Last year, she won the Peter Kemeny Encouragement Award at Dramafest, the annual state drama festival, for her role in Edgar Allan Poe’s The Tell-Tale Heart. Miles has also been a character performer at Florida’s Walt Disney World, as part of Disney’s International College program providing work experience for international students – not bad for a neuroscience and genetics graduate who works as a research assistant for a vaccine development company headed by Nobel laureate Barry Marshall. A lover of period plays, she confessed her attraction to Emma was the chance to dress up and research the fashions and ways people used to live. Director Vanessa Jensen has adapted the script for stage herself, based on the original 1815 novel. “I am a Jane Austen fan, and have been for years,” she said. “I directed Pride and Prejudice at Melville Theatre and wanted to direct Emma next – but I struggled to find a version of Emma I liked. “They were all modernised and changed and the Did you know for as little as lyrical beauty of Austen’s words were often lost * with the propriety and manners hidden. per month “I asked myself what I was looking for and the The Valley Reporter can promote your answer was ‘the novel on the stage’, so I set out business in the best possible way! to dramatise it. Why not give us a call now on Emma plays at 8pm, May 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 17, 0400 428 119 18 and 19 with a 2pm matinee May 13. Tickets are $18, $14 concession – book on 9330 4565 or email melville. firstname.lastname@example.org. Melville Theatre is on the corner of Stock Road and Canning Rare Earth in Rockingham Highway, Palmyra. More Jane Fairfax and Mr Churchill: Former information is available at www. Roleystone Theatre performer Carmen Located within walking distance Miles is Jane Fairfax in Emma with Jason to cafés and water sports, meltheco.org.au.
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ROLL UP YOUR SLEEVES AND SAVE LIVES AT ST BARNABAS CHURCH IN KALAMUNDA Through the generosity of blood donors, patients like Meagan can receive life-saving treatments they need. You can help save the lives of others like Meagan. The Blood Service mobile unit is returning to Kalamunda this April, at the new location of St Barnabas Anglican Church. The Donormobile will be open for two days. Do Something Special. Roll up your sleeves and give blood. Every donation can help save three lives. St Barnabas Church, Corner Spring Road and Railway Road, Kalamunda. Tuesday 24 April 10.00am - 3.00pm Friday 27 April 9.00am - 3.00pm Appointments are essential. Call 13 14 95 or visit donateblood.com.au to make an appointment.
Season Makers Call Nigel Bray now on 0400 074 844 AIRPORT TRANSFERS Roleystone Transfer and Charter Call David Mackey on 0412 953 638 email@example.com ANTENNAS AAA TV Antennas When quality & service matters 20Yrs Exp Andrew 0413 779 537 Roleystone Antennas Ph: 0411 536 883 Antenna Home Theatre Install/Repairs ARTIST Susan Angwin Classes to be held at the Old Church Hall Cnr Croyden Rd & Brookton Hwy. Phone: 0400 037 818 AUTO-MECHANICAL A Grade Mechanical 11 Wygonda Road Phone: 9397 5244 Lino’s Mobile Mechanical Services 0425 125 207 WJ & KS Automotives 447 Chevin Road Phone: 9397 5666 BANK Roleystone-Karragullen Community Bank® Open M-F 9-5pm Sat 9-12pm 9397 7466 BEAUTY THERAPISTS Holly’s Skin & Beauty Shop 1, 198 Brookton Hwy Kelm. Ph: 9390 0583 Studio One Skin Health & Beauty 4a 2756 Albany Hwy Kelmscott 9390 2313 BOBCAT & TIP TRUCK Roleystone Bobcat 0418 625 925 Call Joe Dirt 9397 9860
bookkeeper & myob software Jewels Business Support call Julia 0409 203 512 firstname.lastname@example.org BRICK & HIGH PRESSURE CLEANING Jack’s Brick & High Pressure Cleaning 0412 860 310, 9496 3206 BRICKLAYING S & LJ Rigby Contractors Stan Mob: 0418 920 148 A/Hrs: 9397 5768 BRIDAL & FORMAL SHOP A Touch of Class by Tamukami 2/2155 Albany Hwy Gosnells 9490 9909 BUILDER David J Willis Building Phone: 9496 1262 Mobile: 0408 959 340 White Rose Building Co David Fowler P: 9498 3843 Mob: 0402 785 894 BUS CHARTER Roleystone Transfer and Charter Call David Mackey on 0412 953 638 email@example.com BUTCHER Roleystone Family Meats Phone: 9397 5580 2, 21 Jarrah Rd Roleystone CABINETMAKER Cabinetmaker-Frank 9496 0037 (after 5pm) CANVAS Custom Canvas & Tonneau call Anita Ph: 9497 1596 Mob: 0421 545 536 CAR DETAILING Once Over Mobile Car Detailing Jason 0411 654 119 CARPENTRY Habitat WA Timber doors & windows Ph: 9397 9838 M: 0413 148 460 CHILDCARE Magic Moon Childcare Phone: Linda 9399 1838 101 Forrest Rd Armadale CHIROPRACTOR Roleystone Chiropractic Josh Morton 0451 675 100 19 Wygonda Rd Roleystone COMPUTER REPAIRS Bigsi Computer Solutions call Simon 9397 9046 Mobile: 0433 838 394
CONCRETE Decorative Concrete Resurfacing System Transforming Crete Designs Call Pete now 0438 979 582 K & K Concrete Kevin Campbell Mobile: 0433 728 478 curtains & blinds Centro Curtains & Blinds Sandra Whitelaw 0433 110 847 dentIST Roleystone Dental Surgery Ph: 9397 6337 9 Wygonda Rd Roleystone DOGWASH It’s A Dogs Life Call Monique on 0413 261 352 DREAM CONSULTANT Jenifer’s Pillow Talk Mobile: 0417 945 988 firstname.lastname@example.org DRIVEWAYS Creative Driveways & Fencing Call John Ph/Fax: 9397 6854 or 0418 953 591 EARTHMOVING F & M.J. Armenti Phone: 9397 6372 Fax: 9397 6374 EATERIES Genesis in the Hills 124 Croyden Rd Roleystone Phone: 9397 7799 Kim Valley Chinese Restaurant 4, 198 Brookton Hwy Kelm Ph: 9495 1188 Roley’s on the Ridge Cnr Soldiers Rd & Brookton Hwy Ph: 9496 0666 The Manse Restaurant 31 Church Ave Armadale Phone: 9399 6078 ELECTRICIAN Darling Range Electrical Call Glen Weaver 0421 567 423, 9397 6015 High Point Electrical Call Marius 0419 004 475 email@example.com Roleystone Property Maintenance Call Alex 0401 979 866 R.V. Electrical Pty Ltd Call Roger 0419 133 938 Phone/Fax: 9390 0536 FENCING Rural Fencing Call John 0418 953 591 or Ph/Fax: 9397 6854
FIREWOOD Roleystone Firewood Free Local Delivery Call Simon on 9397 6313 GARDEN SUPPLIES Karragullen Gravel & Garden Supplies Phone/Fax: 9397 6854 GAS SUPPLY Hills Gas Supply Phone: 9291 5551 www.hillsgas.com.au HANDYMAN SERVICE Dave’s Handyman Service Ph: 0432 164 047 HAIRDRESSING A New Do Hair-n-Beauty 4a 2756 Albany Hwy Kelmscott 9390 2313 Aura Hairdressing Shop 10/21 Jarrah Rd Phone: 9496 3950 Billy Shears The Hair Club Unit 2a Brackenridge Village Cnr Brookton Hwy & Soldiers Rd 9397 9219, 0431 908 074 Catabree & Magnolia 52 Fourth Rd Armadale Phone: 9399 2992 Karizma Hair Studio 2, 198 Brookton Highway Phone: 9390 7506 HARDWARE Roleystone Hardware 17, 21 Jarrah Rd Roleystone Phone: 9397 5643. Open: Mon-Thur 9-5.30, Fri 11-5.30, Sat 8.30-4, Sun 10-2 jewellery designer Olil Jewellery Design 4, 2 Soldiers Rd Roleystone 9496 1100, 0415 692 322 LAWNMOWING Bee Jay’s Garden Services 9397 6264, 0412 509 526 LAWYER JK Legal Your Family Law Team 6/26 Prospect Rd Armadale Ph: 6196 0401 massage therapist Mensana Professional Massage Service Steven Rouse 0438 955 419 MEDICAL CENTRE Roleystone Family Medical Ctr Ph: 9397 7122 Unit 1/9 Wygonda Rd PAINTER Brush Worx Terry Griffiths 0430 115 178 Brush_Worx@bigpond.com
PARTITIONS & CEILINGS Jacmo Partitions & Ceilings Mob: 0418 943 320 Ph/Fax: 9496 1015 (Rod) PIANO TUITION Simply Music Emma 0488 630 811 www.simplymusic.com PLUMBING ABM Plumbing Call Andy 0419 986 923 Office: 9293 7524 Findlay Plumbing & Gas Phone/Fax: 9390 1940 Mobile: 0409 297 939 PRINTING FN Grafix Call Fiona on 0400 428 119, 23 Wygonda Rd, Roleystone REAL ESTATE Roleystone Real Estate Cnr Brookton Hwy & Soldiers Rd Roleystone 9397 6300 John 0419 912 469 Fraser 0439 092 248 RECREATION CENTRE Roleystone Recreation Centre 8 Wygonda Road Roleystone Ph: 9397 6538 ROOF restorations Total Roof Care Ring Steve 0419 854 587 firstname.lastname@example.org SEPTICS Care West Liquid Waste Domestic or Commercial Please call Paul 0408 093 073 SHOPPING CENTRE Roleystone Supa IGA 21 Jarrah Rd Roleystone SC Ph: 9397 5549, 9397 5585 stockfeeds Feedman Stockfeeds 70 Mills Road West Martin Ph: 9398 2242 TILING Anfield Tiling Service Wall & Floor Tiling Phone Chris 0421 222 138 tool centre Toolmart Aust P/L Sales, Service, Spares & Repairs Kelm 9390 9000 TRAVEL AGENTS Travelways Ph: 9490 2100 Fax: 9490 3622 1, 2223 Albany Hwy Gosnells Travelworld Ph: 9497 2554 Fax: 9497 2949 2/182 Jull St Armadale
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ACCOUNTANTS Araluen Accountancy 57 Ridgehill Rise Phone/Fax: 9397 9253 Jacqueline T. Hunt Phone: 9496 1886 email@example.com Rita L. Russo By Appointment Only Phone: 9397 0520 Stokes & Associates 10 Wygonda Road Phone: 9496 1247 AIR CONDITIONING
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ROLEYSTONE SENIOR FOOTBALL CLUB The Roleystone Senior Football Club is seeking a suitably qualified FIELD UMPIRE to join their Club. The RSFC are registered with the WA Amateur Football League and play on Sat afternoons. Personal development and further training opportunities will be available. Call Jason Hammond 0411 702 504, Jocelyn Jones 0437 887 930 for further information
LAND FOR SALE Beachside living 358sqm battleaxe blk in prime ctr of Rockingham Waterfrt Vill Precinct. Suit sgle/dble storey res. http:// privatesale.propertydigital. com.au/9ray/ or you can check out http://www. noagentproperty.com.au/ ashford Spinning Wheel for sale $90 with bobbins etc. Phone: 9397 5170
position vacant Admin Assistant required min 15-20hrs p/wk for Tax Are you an experienced Accountant located in Roleystone. Position Babysitter and need involves gen office duties some more employment inc typing, answering opportunities, then let everyone know by putting phones & filing etc. Must be exp in Word & Excel. your details in The Completed resumes to Valley Reporter email@example.com. Rod Coxell Sound Productions located in I have recently moved to the Girrawheen. Anyone Churchman’s Brk Estate & interested; businesses, have a young child. I would students, budding musos, like to meet other mum’s bands etc. check out on the Estate & would like www.rcsound.com.au to start a Churchman’s Brk Mum’s Grp, if interested WANTED call Maxime Dawson on Wildlife Park needs volunteers 0439 904 147 0403 908 414 other IMPORTANT NUMBERS: Armadale Police 9399 0222, 13 11 26, Fire & Emergency Services 1300 657 209, SES 132 500, Western Power 131 351, Alinta Gas 13 13 51, Telstra 132 203,
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Mensline 1300 789 978, Family Helpline & Domestic Violence
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volunteers wanted FRENCH TUITION Radio Lollipop urgently Ph: 0438 634 902 requires volunteers for Children and Adults the Armadale Hospital ARTIST TUITION Children’s Ward. If you Ph: 0447 441 707 have a spare 2hs p/wk, Watercolour and Acrylic are over 18 and would like to bring some happiness Have you got something to to a child’s hospital stay. sell,or are you looking for Ph: Helen 9390 8850, something inparticular? 0458 888 498 or Radio Then let everyone know by putting it in Lollipop on 9340 8835 The Valley Reporter WANTED: FIELD UMPIRE
Healthdirect Hotline 1800 022 222, Poison Information Centre
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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 Info 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 call 1800 800 022, Illegal Dumping Hotline: 1300 766 541
What’s On A SAFE, FUN PLACE FOR CHILDREN AND THEIR FAMILIES. SESSIONS MONDAY TO FRIDAY REGISTRATION ESSENTIAL Contact ourOUR new registrars’ Ellen Southgate contact our new registrar CONTACT OUR NEW REGISTRAR CONTACT NEW REGISTRAR ROBYN 9397 7116 6396 2498graham &DAWSON Marie Hoffmann 6196 2236 kym 9397 9158 CAROLYN BATHGATE 9498 1968
KARATE-DO KOFUKAN KOFUKAN KARATE-DO KARATE-DO INTERNATIONAL INTERNATIONAL
ROLEYSTONE ROLEYSTONE DOJO DOJO
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. social awareness Enquiries 9397 5688 KIDSEnquiries Ph. ADULT Enquiries 9397 9397 5688 or5688 0419 946 661 or 0419Ph. 946 661 CLASSES KIDS ADULT Qualified Karate NCAS Accredited CLASSES www.karateroleystone.com.au or Instructor 0419 946& 661
FreeInstructor créche available Qualified Karate & NCAS Accredited
Free créche available NewTraining Training Times for Tuesdays Training & Thursdays Days Times2012 Roleystone Hall Jnrs 5.30-6.30pm 6.30-8pm & Thursdays(up to 12yrs), JnrsSnrs (5-12yrs) 5-6pm Cnr Wygonda & Jarrah Tuesdays (13yrs & up), Jnr Beginners & White Belts Tuesdays only Training Days Training Times Roleystone Hall Closed during school holidays Snrs (13yrs & older) 6-7.30pm Rds, Roleystone
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 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 Corner of Brookton Hwy & Soldiers Rd Roleystone. Enjoy great food, wine, jewellery, giftware, unique arts & crafts, organic food, beauty and an art gallery Karragullen Expo October 2012. Showcasing the latest in Horticultural Machinery. Gates open 9-4.30 Adults $10, Pensioners & Children over 12yrs $5, Children under 12yrs FREE. Karragullen Oval, Old Station Rd Karragullen 113th Kelmscott Annual Show October 2012 Rushton Park, Kelmscott. General Enquiries 9495 4001 email: email@example.com Pickering Brook Agricultural Show May 2012 Ph: 9293 8263 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Roleystone Theatre Inc. 587 Brookton Highway Roleystone. For Bookings Ph: 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 & evening sessions for both competitive and social bridge. A beginners’ course commences on Oct 3rd 7pm. Contact Andy Leal 9291 6451 or email: email@example.com If I have forgotten to mention you in the What’s On - your local COMMUNITY CALENDAR section please feel free to submit your contact details to Email: thevalleyreporter@ iinet.net.au.
A FANTASTIC WAY FOR YOUR CHILDREN TO ENJOY A VARIETY OF FUN AND SAFE TOYS, PUZZLES & GAMES
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we Sat Weare areopen openTues Wed1.45-2.30pm 11.30-12.15 &&Sat 9.30-10.30am the school term. 9.30-10.30am during school term. ALL ENQUIRIES PLEASE PHONE Any enquiries please call 9496 1115 or HEATHER WHITEHEAD 9496 0119 email firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Coordinator E: Evie.email@example.com
Mobile: 0418 956 519 Phone: 08 9496 0035
Co-Community Coordinator E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mobile: 0407 445 473 Phone: 08 9397 6534
Meetings are held every month (can be every 2nd) on Monday nights with a 7pm start time. Attendees are not limited to committee members as a public interest is warranted. Anyone wishing to attend can call Evie Molson on 0418 956 519.
Roleystone Community Alive Group
www.onelifewa.com.au Supporting a Community that supports each other This printing has been proudly supported & reproduced by FN GRAFIX – www.fngrafix.thevalleyreporter.com.au.
SUNDAY SERVICE 9.30am Youth Group, Sunday School, Craft Group, Bible Study, Prayer Group, Missionary Support
For enquiries phone Gerry 9397 5730
Roleystone Volunteer Fire Brigade Jarrah Rd every Monday 5-8.30pm or phone
THE CLUB IS NOW OPEN MONDAY TO FRIDAY – REFER TO CALENDAR FOR ACTIVITIES
Roleystone Toy Library
A Church of Christ
The VALLEY Reporter proudly supports roLEYstonE kArAtE
We are an energetic group of “Over 50’s” and some of our regular activities for members are: • Mahjong • Bingo • Book Club • Lunches • Whist • Indoor Bowls • Cards • Members Lending Library
ROLEYSTONE COMMUNITY CHURCH
during schoolJnrs holidays Thursdays (5-12yrs) 5-6pm Cnr Wygonda & Jarrah Tuesdays & Closed The VALLEY Reporter proudly supports roLEYstonE kArAtE Rds, Roleystone Closed during school holidays Snrs (13yrs & older) 6-7.30pm
Roleystone Karragullen Seniors Club (Inc) 46 Jarrah Road, Roleystone Phone : 9496 3166 E-mail: email@example.com
Noel 9397 6370 Rob 9397 5406
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. PO Box 172 Kelmscott WA 6991. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org PO Box 172 Kelmscott WA 6991. E: email@example.com. Wendy Shearwood (Sec.) 9397 5305 WendyTucker Tucker (Pres.) (Pres. &9397 Club6620, Capt.)Graham 9397 6620, Tracey Backhouse (Sec.) Helen Mantle (Treas.) & Virginia Bird (Club 9496 0053,9390 Myles2335 Hay-Hendry (Treas.) 9390 Capt.) 4740 9390 7668
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ROLEYSTONE GUMNUT PLAYGROUP
– your local community calendar
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