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Plains Producer, Wednesday April 17, 2013
DID YOU KNOW? – Shark’s skin feels like sandpaper
you go to
Is a real rain on the way?
find Louise on
with Louise MichaeL
As time goes by
THE springs in the dry rivers are
running. Does that mean we might
get some rain – not showers or driz-
zle – but real rain?
Going back to “traditional”
weather, could it be a wet ANZAC
I caught up with resident rain-
maker and great community man,
Philip Shepherd, last week, when he
was busy “doing his bit” by cooking
a barbecue at the Balaklava races.
The sizzling sound on the barbie
reminded him of rain, but alas, it was
just wishful thinking.
Anyway, Philip knows the tale
of the springs running, with rain
ensuing, but he’s just not quite sure
of the date it will happen!
He’s confident it will rain though,
and I’m sure we are all looking
forward to that day.
Community Arts has advised
Emma Horwood’s concert, (men-
tioned in Take 5 last week), has been
postponed from April 21 until later
in the year.
• Australian Breastfeeding As-
sociation meetings will be held at
Balaklava’s Lighthouse Church
from 10am to 11.30am on the last
Thursday of the month.
But due to a clash with Anzac
Day in April, the next meeting will
be May 2. The group offers breast-
feeding support and information for
mums, and often has guest speakers.
Everyone welcome to come
along, or phone Narelle on 88633
060 for further information.
Unfortunately the Community
Arts Group has had to postpone its
“Open Mic” night originally sched-
uled for April 12. The group hopes
to hold it later in the year.
MOST people turned their
clocks back just one hour
when daylight saving finished.
A former local publican
and current editor, was very
efficient, getting out of bed
early to wind the clocks in his
home back an hour.
Not long after, his dear wife
scurried about, also winding the
clocks back an hour. They both
achieved plenty that Sunday!
TW (now to be known
as Two Wind-ups) briefly
considered leaving the clocks
that way, hopefully preventing
their often late arrival at
various functions. Then he
realised he would be at work
far too early! (Therefore, not
an option.) Did anyone else do
something silly like that? Let
Who is that strapping
young man, sporting a
Mallala jumper and sweaty
Owen local, (the still
but is still
Locals have taken their
“hats off” to local girl, Cai
Barefield, who has gone
“bare haired” to raise funds
for Leukaemia Foundation.
Cai, 18, had her long hair
shaved off by her sister, Al-
inta, at the Tarlee Hotel last
Saturday, and donated her
60cm long hair to make a
wig for a leukaemia victim.
Cai (pictured), raised
more than $4000, and after
she’d lost her locks, other
locals then volunteered to
lose theirs, raising another
$1500. Well done!
Are you aged between six and 26, and want
SA Lone Scouts could be the thing for you!
Contact local leader, Lee-Anne Whitehead at
email@example.com for information.
Northern Autumn Gardening
Festival is on Sunday at Clare
Showgrounds from 10am to 4pm.
Get the gift for mum
Mother’s Day is coming up on May 12.
If you’re looking for a gift for mum, get
along to the Pinery Market and Garage Sales
on May 5.
There will be new stalls this year, with a
large range of goodies for sale.
From cards, fragrant candles, crafts and
gifts, to plants, yard art and much more,
there’s something for everyone.
A face painter will be there for the kids,
while you can sit down and enjoy a cuppa
and sausage sizzle.
Watch the encaustic art demo, beeswax
painting without using brushes, which will
be worth watching!
Phone Kaye 85277 074 or Jacki 85277
035 for enquiries.
Making a point
To celebrate the completion
of the upgrading of Dublin
Cemetery by volunteers, work
which has spanned more than
20 years, an official opening has
been planned for Sunday May 19.
The day is called “At this
point in time,” and will include
an official unveiling of a plaque
at 2pm. Proceedings will move
to the Institute at 3pm, where a
donation will enable you to enjoy
a delicious afternoon tea.
Scout Group is looking for more lead-
ers and committee members. Phone Elaine
88472 712 if you can help.
• Community Garden, “Jingles,” is plan-
ning a huge “Community Garden Feast”
in September, using produce grown by the
group in the garden this year.
If you’d like to get involved, phone
Peter on 0514 763 516. The group meets
Tuesday mornings from 8am, and everyone
• Next market is on Saturday April 20.
Pop along to see the large range of goodies
Junior disco is on FridayApril 19 at the Institute
from 7pm to 9.30pm.
Children aged between 8-13 years welcome to
attend this fully supervised disco. Entry fee $6,
and refreshments available.
Youth Kokoda challenge
Clubs SA is offering young achievers, aged
between 17-25, a once in a lifetime all-expenses
paid adventure to walk in the footsteps of some
of Australia’s bravest soldiers along the 155km
Kokoda Track as part of Kokoda YL Challenge.
Applications close May 15. For info or to
register visit www.clubssa.com.au
The first Red Cross
fundraiser for the year is on
May 8 at the hall.
Funds raised will go to-
wards Red Cross baby entrant,
Olivia Pym (pictured with
mum Kylie in 2012.)
Morning tea starts at 10am,
and guests will then enjoy
entertainment from “The
Cocktails” musical group.
Admission $8. All welcome!
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