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Official newsletter of ABRA

ALDINGA BAY RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION (INC)


(established 1977)
(Incorporating Watch SA)
Storms in
July
revealed this
chain buried
on the beach
at Port
Willunga.
Thanks to
Jenny
Schultz for
sending us
these photos.
Anyone
know the
story behind
the chain?

Free Newsletter
No. 430

September 2016
(Servicing Aldinga Bay
& Willunga Basin)
Distribution 2,000

All proceeds go back


into the community.

INDEX INSIDE
Next meeting of ABRA
(incorp. Watch SA)
will be the be held on
Wednesday,
12th October 2016
at 7.30 pm at the
Symonds Reserve Hall,
Stewart Avenue,

The same
conditions
revealed the
remains of the
buried brig Ida
(above) and the
stubs of the
original jetty.
Fred Carrangis
was there and
took these pics.
Thanks Fred.

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ALDINGA BAY RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION


Dear Reader,

Index

Lack of advertising revenue has meant that we are still at 36


pages this month.
This means, of course, some of the information sent in, which
many of you enjoy or gain from reading about, may not be
able to be fitted in.
I apologise to those people/groups who sent in information
for which there wasnt room. It emphasises the need to have
your copy in by the deadline, which is the fifteenth of the
month.

ABRA News / editorial

Art News

22, 24

Auto Section

24 - 27

CFS Corner

32

Church Notices, News

33

Community Centre

21

Community News

33 - 36

Community Radio

10

Emergency Numbers

38

Finance

19

Health Section

16 - 18

History

18, 19

Letters

I hope you enjoy the issue.


Kevin Hutton - President / Editor

Library

28

Markets

22

The local news station was interviewing an 80-year-old


lady because she had just gotten married for the fourth
time. The interviewer asked her questions about her life,
about what it felt like to be marrying again at 80, and then
about her new husband's occupation. "He's a funeral
director," she answered. "Interesting," the newsman
thought...
He then asked her if she wouldn't mind telling him a little
about her first three husbands and what they did for a
living. She paused for a few moments, needing time to
reflect on all those years.
After a short time, a smile came to her face and she
answered proudly, explaining that she had first married a
banker when she was in her 20's, then a circus ringmaster
when in her 40's, and a preacher when in her 60's, and now
- in her 80's - a funeral director.
The interviewer looked at her, quite astonished, and asked
why she had married four men with such diverse careers.
She smiled and explained,
"I married one for the money, two for the show, three to get
ready, and four to go."

On The Green

Real Estate

6, 12

School News

Youth Activities

35

Congratulations to the new committee elected at the AGM.


Its good to welcome back the old faces but especially
pleasing to see two new, younger faces, Holly Freeland and
Adrian Polst join the team. Welcome to you both.
It is unfortunate that our speaker let us down again being
unwell on the day.

TOOLS & HOW TO USE THEM dept.


OXYACETYLENE TORCH:
Used almost entirely for igniting various flammable objects in
your shop and creating a fire. Also handy for igniting the grease
inside the wheel hub out of which you want to remove a
bearing race.
HYDRAULIC FLOOR JACK:
Used for lowering an automobile to the ground after you have
installed your new brake shoes, trapping the jack handle firmly
under the bumper.
Quote of the month:
Whatever you do, or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has
genius and power and magic in it. Begin it now.
- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

October 12th 2016 - 7:30 pm


Incorporating:

Aldinga Community Centre


Stewart Avenue
Aldinga Beach.

Speaker to be arranged. Watch this space.

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CAR DIES AT FUNERAL PARLOR

Camry's last tow


The RAA mechanic who came years before to get the
Camry going must have been a prophet. With his hand on
the open bonnet he shook his head and said, 'This car is
not just on its last legs, it's on its last tow!'
But amazingly, this intreped little vehicle limped on - and
on - and on. The couple were continually on the lookout
for a replacement car; in faith believing and hoping for
some divine assistance - but nothing eventuated to match
the limited finances. They just hoped the Camry wouldn't
break down somewhere or sometime really awkward
before another car 'happened.'
Then on the 26th March 2016 on the way to pick up some
people for church, Peter said to his wife, 'we must take
extra care, I think things are really getting serious.'
Within the hour the car had broken down - at the Beach/
South Rds traffic lights, and with the help of others it was
pushed into the parking lot of the nearby funeral parlor.
The RAA guy (not the same one) checked the timing belt
and reluctantly pronounced the vehicle dead.
With the help of a friend from their church [280 Beach
Rd Hackham - visitor's welcome!] who volunteered to
help see what could be done, the old Camry was towed to
his place before going to the car grave yard. Then, taking
the couple home, Wayne their helper, stopped off in
Morphett Vale where cars were for sale. Peter took a
liking to one, bought it the next day and along with the
car's long registration, salvage payment and a surprise gift
from another church member, the cost of $1,000.00 for
the well-looked-after car worked out to be zero.
A favourite Scripture of theirs: 'Be anxious for nothing.'

Worldwide Photos
pacevans@gmail.com www.eternitymatters.org.au

Eternity Sydney Harbour Bridge New Years day 2000


Faith-building true stories - Peter: 0414 251 239

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Rex was born and bred in McLaren Vale and has been
an outback guide for 50 years.
TRACKERS
Australian aboriginals [and the South African bushman] are
acknowledged as the best trackers in the world. Their skills still
exist in our remote aboriginal settlements. So ask yourself, why
arent they being utilized throughout the country both in solving
crime and tracking and finding lost people.
In the 1950s and 60s, the Renmark police had one of the best
crime solving records in the country with the team of Sergeant
Max Jones and the famous aboriginal tracker, Jimmy James. As
well as others, including Albert Anunga, the tracker involved in
the capture of the Pine Valley Station murderer. There were very
few unsolved crimes in the Riverland during that period,
compared to now, when the public are encouraged to phone a
bank!
I have spoken to a number of serving and retired policeman from
constables to senior officers, about this matter. Some of them give
reasons why they think aboriginal trackers are not generally part
of the system. However, others , particularly country born
members, privately agree that the S.A. Police [in particular], are
worse off for not utilizing this worlds best resource. It seems that
like so many other areas of society, it is the bureaucracy who
cannot see the commonsense of these situations. And everyone
suffers accordingly. If trackers had been used in the Lindy
Chamberlain case, perhaps that whole drama could have been
averted without lives spoilt, and if a tracker had been used on the
job first thing, the Falconio case may have been quickly
wrapped up. The same goes for the numerous other cases and
particularly those concerning missing people.
Then theres the other side of the coin. If aboriginal trackers were
attached to various of our regional police stations, there would be
a number of positives. Like footballers and other aboriginal
sportspeople, they would be excellent roll models for their people.
It could also assist police in day to day dealings with aboriginal
people.
You only have to see a good tracker in action to be convinced of
this. I have seen them on a number of occasions, as have various
outback policemen, including Danny Mc Gurgan who is attached
to the Waikerie police. He spent many years stationed in South
Australias Pitjandjara lands, and has many stories relating to the
tracking abilities of these people. If anyone needs convincing, they
should read Tracks by Max Jones
But having said all this, it will probably never happen. Not
because the expertise doesnt still exist, and cant be passed on to
the next generation, despite the competing activities and
distractions of this Hi tech age. The main obstacle will be the ever
increasing rules and regulations imposed on our long suffering
society, with the excesses of occupational health and safety
leading the charge.The only way these unique and remarkable
skills could be utilized today, would be for them [the trackers] to
operate outside the system in conjunction with sympathetic
police officers with suitable aboriginal and bush experience. Then
it might work. But dont hold your breath.
Australia is supposed to be the smart country, and if we truly
were, this wonderful expertise would be ongoing, instead of
disappearing into the mirage, as part of our history.
RexEllisOutback Books (Nine titles, including new novel No
Roads To Darwin.) Also Rex Elliss Map of the Australian
Deserts, are available. (See Classified Ad opposite)

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CLASSIFIED ADS

ABRA Business Member.


Local businesses supporting the local community.

Tree Removal and Mulching


phone Gavin

0428 880 801

Rex Ellis' OUTBACK BOOKS.


Nine titles.
New novel No Road to Darwin
Good Xmas presents!
Details on website
www.safarico.com.au
Phone [08] 8543 2280 rexellis@safarico.com.au

THIS SPACE AVAILABLE

Volunteers Wanted
Aldinga Community Centre
needs volunteers
to work in a variety of areas.
Ph 8556 5940

ARE YOU A MEMBER OF ABRA?


See p.38
Aldinga Bay Business
and Tourism Association
We meet every 3rd Wednesday of each month @ 5.30pm
Upstairs at L.J Hooker, Aldinga Central,
and everyone is welcome!!
For the promotion of Business & Tourism in Aldinga
and surrounding areas come and have your concerns or
suggestions heard. To join, it is only $70 and this includes: an
entry in the Business Directory including directions to find
your business and your contact phone, plus the use of our
noticeboard at Aldinga Central. We also have an extensive
social media presence, hold regular networking meetings,
offer assistance with events and websites, and actively
promote your business!
We are an incorporated non profit organisation and we
support our community by giving our profits back into the
community. And if you have any suggestions, wed love to
hear them!
We also hold a regular community local Market.
Would you like to volunteer to assist with our market or
become a stallholder? Just let us know. We also organise the
Tour Down Under Markets at Aldingaso get involved!!
Aldinga Bay extends from Sellicks Hill to Maslins. So
please join us on the third Wednesday of the month, above
Louis coffee shop at Aldinga Central Shopping Centre, to
promote your business!!!
PH: 0402 207 559 or email
secretary@aldingabayonline.com.au

www.aldingabayonline.com.au Facebook: Aldinga Bay

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If you are thinking of selling or renting your most valuable asset,


contact us now.
Principals, Owners & Agents dealing direct with clients
Live Local Work Local
105 Esplanade Aldinga Beach SA 5173

8557 8255
Peter 0418 833 234

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Email: admin@southadelaidere.com.au

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News from the Aldinga Bay Bowling Club.


Aldinga Central Shopping Centre will feature many
of our Bowling Club members when they are on
hand in early September to invite local Aldinga
residents to Come Try Bowls.
Lawn Bowls is a game for all ages and the unique
opportunity of three hours of free tuition for people
wanting to learn the basics of lawn bowling, along
with a free sausage sizzle and free entry into a
draw for one years membership will be offered at
Aldinga Bay Bowling Club on Sunday 11
September.

The ever popular Nightowls summertime bowling is


back again at Aldinga Bay Bowling Club, with
players keen to get back on the green on
Wednesday nights.
Teams of four friends, work or sporting colleagues
and families all get together and enjoy balmy
summer evenings and glorious sunsets as they play
the game of bowls in a casual friendly setting,
under lights.
The club puts on a BBQ tea from 6.30pm and
licensed facilities are also available
Come Try Bowls at Aldinga Bay Bowling Club
All Enquiries Ph: 8557 7467 or 0409 582 489

Need to De-stress after work


or Simply Want to Have Some Fun
on Summer Evenings?

Night Owls Bowls Are Back!


At Aldinga Bay Bowling Club, Port Road, Aldinga

Registration night Wednesday 28 September from 6pm


Round Up Your Teams
of Four Friends, Work/Sporting Colleagues or Family Members - Now!
or simply contact Alan on 0412411749 and you will be put into a team.

Club Loan Bowls Available


Free Sausage Sizzle

Licensed Bar Facilities

All Enquiries to Alan: Phone/Text 0412411749 or email aldingabaybc@yahoo.com.au

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https://www.facebook.com/5TripleZ/

Coastal Views Distribution Points.


Aldinga - Dr. Maynes surgery, Galilee Catholic
School, Aldinga Timber - Hardware & Sprint Auto
on Lacey Drv.
Aldinga Beach - Aldinga Beach B-7 School,
Aldinga Beach Childrens Centre, Aldinga Library,
Aldinga Central Shopping Centre (various locations),
Aldinga Community Centre, GP Plus, Aldinga
Medical Centre, Jimmies Take Away, Aldinga
Beach Mini Mart, Aldinga Bay Foodstore.
McLaren Vale - Manfield Newsagency, Coffee
Shop, (by Coles), Bakery reading shelves, Romeos
Foodland counter, McLaren Club, IOOF retirement
village, Triple Z FM office - behind hospital,
Harcourts - Wine Coast
Moana Heights - Caltex Service Station.
Sellicks - Sellicks shop.
Willunga - Willunga Library, Willunga Bakery,
Willunga Butcher, Tribe FM office.

MONDAYS: 6-8pm The Sound Caf with Cheri and Murray;


8-10pm Jazz Direction with Alan M;
10-12am The Thiele Experience with Mark;
12am 6am Oz music overnight.
TUESDAYS: 6-9am Breakfast with Michael Mild;
9-11am Showcase with Graham;
11am 1pm Destination Unknown with Kym and Mike
1-4pm Off the Beat n Track with Denis;
4-7pm Global Beat with Cheri;
7-9pm Dust Radio with Steve, Scott and Honest;
9pm-12am Hedgehog Lodge with Hedge;
12am 6am Oz Music overnight.
WEDNESDAYS: 6-9am Breakfast with Michael Mild;
9-11 am Country Music with Big Les;
11am -1pm Petes Gumbo with Peter;
1-3pm Chris Finnens Musical Journey;
3-5pm Electrified with Milton;
5-7pm Drive-By with Z Maurada ;
7-9pm Cruisin with Crazee;
9-12am Hungry For More with Greg;
12am 6am Oz music overnight.
THURSDAYS: 6-9am Anything But with Alan B;
9-11am Turn Your Radio On with Michelle;
11am-1pm When Good Times Go Good with
Stephen;
13pm Jazz Extra with Denis;
3-5pm Folk Harvest with Julie and David;
5-7pm Triple Z Drive with Michael Mild;
7-9pm The Local with Kym and Mike;
9pm 12am Nervous Goat; 1
2-3 am Up Late with Steve
3 6 am Oz music overnight

TribeFM 91.1 http://tribefmradio.com.au


FRIDAYS: 6-9am MishMash with Michele;
9am-12pm Trev on Tribe with Trev Garard;
12-2pm Mixed Bag with Midge;
2-3pm Waldorf Salad;
3-5pm Banging the Basin with Don & Merawyn;
5-6pm Music with Simon and Craig;
6-7.30pm Siren to Siren with Simon and Craig;
7.30-10.30pm Living in the 60s, 70s and 80s, with
Daryl Flavell;
9.30pm-8am Music overnight
SATURDAYS: 8-9am Tribal replay-Waldorf;
9am-12pm Rock Roll n Remember with Jeff Button;
12-1.30pm The Saturday Midday Show with Tony
Becker:
1.30-5.30pm The SFL Match of the Day;
5.30-9pm TBA; 910pm Tribal replay-Waldorf;
11pm - 7am Music overnight
SUNDAYS: 7-9am Southern Rock with Ian;
9-12pm Electronic Medicine with Fox;
12-3pm Music Matters with Vicki;
3-6pm Samanthas Mix:
7-9pm Hip Hop Show on the Fleurieu;
9-11pm Transcend with Marty (alt weeks);
11pm 7am Music overnight
MONDAYS: 7-9am Monday Morning Dreds wth Fabian;
9am-12pm The 3E Show with Bob Evans;
12-3pm Samanthas Monday Music;
3-6pm The Retro Show with Tony Becker
This is a general guide to Triple Z & Tribe FM programming
and may be subject to change without notice.

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Seaford Community Centre


Coming Programs
1.
Seaford Community Centre - BeeKeeping in the
Backyard
Learn about the remarkable lifecycle of bees, their roles
within a hive and practical tips for keeping a bee hive.
Facilitated by Robert Beer, of Beers Bees, an
experienced beekeeper of 40+ years, currently with 50
working hives and selling his own honey.
Eight week program starting Friday 2nd September
9.30am 11.30am, Beechwood Grove, Seaford.
Contact 8386 3319 or email info@seafordcc.com.au for
bookings
2. Seaford Community Centre - Fashion Parade
Enjoy the Fashion Parade, quiz, afternoon tea and bric-abrac stalls.
Where: Beechwood Grove, Seaford, When: Saturday
24th September from 1.00pm. Cost: $5.00.
Contact 8386 3319 or email info@seafordcc.com.au for
bookings
3. Seaford Community Centre
Vietnamese Cooking Participate in a fun four week
Vietnamese Cooking Class and learn how to make Beef
Noodle Soup and your own Vietnamese Banh Mi Bread
Rolls. Dates to be confirmed.
Contact Huong on 0468 440 687 to register your interest.

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VALES LANDSCAPE
& GARDEN SUPPLY

Large range of garden products & firewood


SLEEPERS RED GUM & PINE BARK
BUILDING PRODUCTS
MUSHROOM COMPOST
ORGANIC MIX SOIL & LOAM
CRUSHED ROCK AGGREGATE
BAGGED CEMENT
PUBLIC WEIGHBRIDGE 232

OPEN 7 DAYS
Ph: 8323 9098 Mobile 0427 802 040
OLD MILL COURT, McLAREN VALE SA 5171
(off Chalkhill Road)

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ALDINGA BEACH
NEWSAGENCY
Aldinga Central, Pridham Boulevard

Daily newspapers
Magazines
Stationery, Cards
Toys
Photocopying
Phone cards
Mobile phone recharge
Prepaid Mobile Phones
SA Lotteries
Photo printing with
Kodak printer
Large range of giftware
Printing, scanning,
copying & Email

Internet Access
Agencies:

Dry-cleaning
Metrotickets

Ph: 8556 6196

aldinganewsagency@comstech.com

Laminating

EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO COME AND ENJOY

THE ALDINGA COMMUNITY GARDEN


at Symonds Reserve,
Stewart Ave.
Aldinga Beach
OPEN:
WEDNESDAYS 9.30am - 12.30pm
Membership is free so now is a great time to come and
grow fruit, vegetables and herbs the natural way and
learn and share gardening tips.
So come and
PLANT IT, GROW IT,
HARVEST IT, SHARE IT, EAT IT!

Contact: 8556 5940

BIRCHALLS
AIR-CONDITIONING
Pty Ltd.
Phone : 8323 9173 Mobile 0405 508462.
Email: birchallsaircon@y7mail.com
Commercial Industrial Domestic.
Ducted Wall Splits Reverse Cycle Heat
Pumps.
Design - Installation - Sales - Service Repair.

DAIKIN AUTHORISED SERVICE CENTRE


LG AUTHORISED SERVICE CENTRE
All Major Brands
Evaporative Systems: Service Repair
Winter shut down.
A-Class Electrical Licence: PGE 192560
Refrigeration Licence Number: L022203

AU Number 23916
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WELDED ALUMINIUM SECURITY DOORS & SCREENS


STAINLESS STEEL MESH SECURITY PRODUCTS
FLYSCREENS
SHOWER SCREENS
MIRRORS
GLASS CUT TO SIZE
BROKEN GLASS REPLACEMENT SERVICE
GENERAL PRODUCT MAINTENANCE
VARIOUS ROLLERS, CATCHES & LOCKS
Visit our showroom, Website
or give us a call for a free, no obligation measure and quote

8557 6982
Unit 2, 70 How Road ALDINGA BEACH
(Corner Lacey Drive)
We are a family owned and operated business with decades of experience in the industry.
We are committed to the quality of our products, outstanding service and customer satisfaction.
E. info@aldingasecurityandshowers.com.au
Fax: 8557 8917
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AGGA Licence No 881


Builders Licence No BLD 170316
ABN 30 308 758 427
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If you are having trouble with headaches, neck or back pain,


shoulder problems, or a range of other musculoskeletal problems,
then ring the Aldinga Chiropractic Centre on

8557 8300.
Dr Jenny Milisits

BHSc M Chiro

Dr David Kimber

B.Sc. Grad.Dip.Chiro

Low force techniques and manual adjusting


Open daily Monday to Friday
Exercise therapy and core stability training available
Remedial massage with Hayley Rich
Health fund rebates apply.
Evening times available
Chiropractic Preferred providers for MBP and BUPA.

Aldinga Chiropractic Centre


Located Suite 1, 101-103 Rowley Rd
Aldinga Beach.
Ph: 8557 8300
Email: admin@aldingachiropractic.com.au

www.aldingachiropractic.com.au

ALDINGA DENTAL CLINIC


GENERAL & COSMETIC DENTISTRY
NEW EXCITING PREMISES - SAME EXCELLENT SERVICE
Gentle Care
Modern Quality Treatment
Friendly Staff
NEW PATIENTS WELCOME
Dr John Santillo
Dr Reschard Abdulla
Aldinga Dental Clinic
2 / 101-103 Rowley Rd,
Aldinga Beach
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Dr Emily Lin
Angela Ferguson (Hygienist)

Ph: 8557 6598


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Rhylyn Medical Services - New Patients Always Welcome

For all your familys health needs

Immunisations
All general health
Womens & Mens health
Health Assessments
Chronic Disease Management
Skin Checks

Aldinga Medical Centre

8550 2000

89 Rowley Road, Aldinga Beach

Moore Street Clinic

Workcover
Pre-employment medicals
Mental Health
Relationship coaching
Ante- natal and shared care
Minor Procedures

Mon Fri 8.30am 5.30pm


Saturday 8.30am 5pm, Sunday
9.00am 5pm

8550 2060

Mon - Thurs 8.30am 5.30pm

1 Moore Street, Willunga

Moana Medical Centre

8550 2080

1/381 Commercial Road, Moana

Mon Thurs 8.30am 5.30pm


Friday
8.30am 4.30pm

Medical Excellence Serving Growing Communities


Online bookings available-simply go to the website to making an online booking
www.aldingamedicalcentre.com.au

FAMILY MEDICAL PRACTICE


DR VANESSA MAYNE
THE SURGERY
17 Old Coach Road Aldinga
Phone: 08 8556 5505
Fax: 08 8556 6533
Serving Aldinga for 30 years.
Range of services: minor surgery,
shared antenatal care,
plaster or fractures etc.
Friendly, helpful services

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ALDINGA & SURROUNDS BREAST CANCER


SUPPORT GROUP
Aldinga Medical Centre, Conference Room
89 Rowley Road, Aldinga Beach
Wednesdays fortnightly 10:00am12
For anyone currently or previously
diagnosed with Breast Cancer.
Face to face support and companionship
over a coffee and a chat.
Donation to help cover morning tea appreciated.
Contacts: Ailsa (08) 8556 5237

Claudia 0415 929 183

www.facebook.com/aldinga & surrounds bc support group

Maries Crystal Cave


SPIRITUAL CENTRE
SOUTH

OF THE

107 Esplanade Aldinga Beach


Open Daily 10am5pm
GEMSTONES JEWELRY BOOKS CDS GIFTS
Also offering: Reiki Crystal Healing
Readings
Ear Candling
Meditation Group Oneness Blessings
Workshops & More
PH: 8556 5692

The Get Together Club


A club exists in Aldinga Beach for adults with a
disability and their families.
The group encourages friendship, fun, connection and
inspiration.
It is the only group of its kind in the southern area.
The first meeting held at the Aldinga Life Care Hall was
a great success, with families sharing a meal, playing
games, and getting to know each other.
A variety of activities are planned for the monthly group
including singing, painting, puppet making, and guest
chefs. Ideas for activities are welcome and encouraged.
The Get Together Club has received a Community
Grant from the City of Onkaparinga and is also
supported by Minda Incorporated, Carer Support and
Disability SA. New members are always welcome.
The Get Together Club is held on the first Friday of
each month, at the Aldinga Life Care Hall, Pridham
Blvd, Aldinga Beach from 6.30 8.30pm.
For bookings call 8433 9555
or email: thegettogetherclub2013@gmail.com.

Jodie May
Certified Practising Speech Pathologist
0416 179 955
jodiemay@live.com.au

www.jmspeechpathology.com.au

WILLUNGA KICK BOXING CLUB


Meet at The Old Railway Station, Railway Terrace, Willunga
each Monday & Thursday nights at 7 pm. Contact Peter 0407
324 530 or just come and try.
WILLUNGA JUDO CLUB
Meet at The Old Railway Station,
Railway Terrace, Willunga
each Wednesday night at 7 pm.
Contact Greg 8552 7074,
Kym 0407 798 803 or just come and try.

KENPO KARITSU
Ed Parkers American Kenpo Karate blended with traditional
and Brazilian Ju Jitsu has something for the whole family.
Taught Friday nights at Sellicks Beach Community hall and
Wednesday nights at Aldinga Sports Recreation Centre.
7 - 9 pm
Come and try for free.
28 years Experience. Www.kenpo.net.au
0450 805 778 Dave Gartland

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Your Sense & Dollars.


A Money Smart Kid Part 2
by Nani Johnston
Last month, we talked about introducing financial
concept to the kids by firstly understanding the
difference between needs and wants, and then
about where money comes from.
This month, Id like to share another three concepts.
Savings
It is always easier to say that you will save than
to actually do it. But if you can make this as
easy as possible for your kids, then itll be
become a habit rather than a chore. A concept
of savings can be introduced from as young an
age as 3. I have known of parents who give
their kids three savings jars: one for themselves,
one for a charity, and one for someone they
love. Count it on a weekly or monthly basis
together with your kids, and you can pay them
interest based on the amount they have saved
up.
Being in Debt
As an adult, we know that being in debt doesnt
necessarily mean a bad thing. It is about what
kind of debt it is that matters. Being in debt for a
house you are buying is a good thing as it goes
up in value. Being in debt for a new car that you
cant afford is not a good thing as the car value
falls as soon as you drive it out of the dealership!
The important part is for the children to
understand there is a consequence to being
financially irresponsible.
Budgeting
I save the best for last! The B word. When I first
heard the B word, my eyes rolled. Budget =
Boring. But I have learnt since then. Budgeting
is one of the most important concepts you could
teach your children so they are on their way to
become financially smart. If they know where
their money goes, they can make decisions on

When:

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what is a need and what is a want, they can


prioritise and not live beyond their means.
There are free apps around nowadays that you
can use to track your spending. Share this with
your kids, and make it a fun exercise. Run a
competition in the household and see who
spends the most and the least in a week. Set a
weekly budget celebrate with outings to a
special place or with a special something, when
everyone in the house performs well and lives
within the set budget.
Whatever you choose to do, do it together and make
it fun!

Servicing the South and beyond..for


all your loan and finance inquiries
Nani Johnston
Mortgage & Finance Adviser - M FAA Accredited
M 0412 261 263
E nani@risehigh.com.au
The nicest com pliment... a referral.

Rise High Financial Solutions


PO Box 1372, Aldinga Beach SA 5173

VEOLIA Environmental Services

Hills Liquid Waste

SEPTIC TANKS
HOLDING TANKS
SEWAGE & WASTE
WATER SYSTEMS

ABN 20051 316 584

29 SECKER ROAD, MT BARKER SA 5251

PHONE: 8398 2484

Friday: 4-6pm During School term.

Where:

The Salvation Army


Aldinga Community Centre
Stewart Avenue, Aldinga Beach

Sunday Worship Services,


5:00 pm

Ages:

5 - 16 years

Enquiries:

Phone: 8382 1600


or Judy 0403 175 442

Aldinga Community Centre


Stewart Avenue, Aldinga
Beach
You are welcome!

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OLD FIRE ENGINES


Prepared by Stan Beck
September 100 years ago
Australia All the wool clip will be sold to U.K. until
end of the war.
Melbourne A meeting of State-farmers formed the
Australian Farmers Federal Organisation
Melbourne Fitzroy beat Carlton in VFL grand final
Melbourne Big turn-out against Conscription proposal
by Billy Hughes
Sydney
Balmain win the Rugby league premiership
U.K.
Naturalist John Burroughs says moving
pictures deprive people of brain-power
U.K.
Government proposes one meatless day a
week to help war effort
U.K.
Scientists discover X-ray can photograph
internal organs
U.K.
Raid by 13 Zeppelins kills 2 injures 12. One
Zeppelin shot down
Balkans
Bulgaria declares war on Rumania
Balkans
Rumania and Russia defeat Germans at
Dobrudja
Greece
King Constantine declares war on Bulgaria
U.S.
American share prices make J.D. Rockefeller
the worlds first Billionaire
U.S.
Washington Senate passes bill for 8 hour
working day
September 50 years ago
Queensland Plane crash near Winston kills 24
Queensland Plane crash at Tennant creek kills 6
Melbourne St Kilda defeats Collingwood by one point to
win their first VFL final
Italy
In his own-built car J. Brabham wins the
Monza Grand-prix
London
OLIVER , Longest running musical in Westend ends after 6yr 3month
U.K.
Queen Mother launches nuclear submarine
HMS Resolution
U.K.
Yorkshire become County cricket champions
N.Z.
The All Blacks defeat Britain to win the
series 4 0
Japan
174 reported dead after a Typhoon
Africa
The colony of Bechuananaland gains
independence and is now Botswana
S.Africa
PM. D.H. Verwoerd assassinated in the
parliament by a man with a knife
HISTORY SNIPPETS The 1500s
Houses had thatched roofs, thick straw piled high, with
no wood underneath.
It was the only place for animals to get warm, so all the
cats and other small animals (mice, bugs) lived in the
roof. When it rained it became slippery and sometimes
the animals would slip and fall off the roof. Hence the
saying "It's raining cats and dogs."

Coastal Views, Sep 2016

By Sue Scheiffers
Vice President,
National Trust of South Australia
On Saturday 10 September 2016 in the Grounds
of the Old Court House Museum a display of Fire Engines,
as well as Fire Service memorabilia, and vintage firearms,
will be held.
Some will come from the collection of the National Trust
of South Australia at Burra, where they are under the care
of local National Trust members.
But the most unexpected
vehicle on display will be the
former fire Chefs Jaguar
XK120. The vehicle was
purchased for Chief Officer
(Mr J.J. Whyte) of the Fire
Brigade Board in the 1950s at
a cost of 1,650 pounds.
Questions were asked in
Parliament on whether the car was justified. Also
Councillor G. Roberts told a Burnside Council meeting that
it was a glamorous vehicle for a playboy, rather than a
dignified transport for a fire chief. He saw neither rhyme
nor reason why a super sports Jaguar should be selected for
use in the metropolitan area. However Councillor
Parkinson, a council representative on the Fire Brigades
Board, said they had selected the most suitable vehicle for
the work. Another councillor R Cooper said that he saw the
Fire Chief driving down the street in the new car. It was a
most impressive sight giving this people who saw it a
feeling of vast confidence in the fire brigade. The current
owner, Mr Robert Lofflers father purchased it when
Robert was 15 and they worked for many years to restore
it. Mr Loffler now drives it with pride.
The oldest vehicle on display will be a Model T Ford
which was commissioned in 1922. This was found in a
derelict state on a farm but was faithfully restored to
working order by the members of the Burra Branch of the
National Trust.
The 1948 Dennis was
the third appliance to
be brought to Burra in
the 1960s. It was still
kept at the local fire
station until 1982
when it was donated to
the Burra Branch.
I remember a similar Dennis being based at the Thebarton
Station when I was in Primary School. We often called in
there on the way to and from school on our bikes - Ed.
ABRA Business Member.
Local businesses supporting the local
community.

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Speedsters from Motor cycles races at Sellicks.

Celebrate our firefighting history on


Saturday, September 10!
Some of South Australia's oldest fire engines AND
the Fire Chief's 1950s Jaguar XK120 Roadster are
coming to the Willunga Courthouse, 61 High Street
Willunga.
Displays of Fire Service memorabilia,
vintage weapons and old tools to see.
Dispel your hunger pangs with the
sausage sizzle. From 10 am to 3pm.
Gold coin entry.
Also enjoy the Willunga Courthouse Museum open 11.00am to 3pm ($2 entry)
Enquiries: - Sue Scheiffers
on 7501 6006 or 0402 039 013
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Wolta Wolta Burra 23 march 2014


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Sisters of Abundance Choir


Sisters of Abundance Choir are back with an amazing
new concert for 2016. After their wonderful sell out
concert at Hopgood Theatre in 2015 the Sisters have
regrouped and planned something special for their 2016
concert Lilting Lyrics & Snappy Steps.
There are some fresh faces in the line up this year,
as the choir has grown, with ten new members in their
midst. The new girls were quick to accept the challenge
of both music and choreography and have settled in very
well.
It has certainly been a year of stepping up and
learning for both old and new members, as new songs are
learnt and added to the repertoire. This hard work has
proved both challenging and rewarding and the wonderful
sense of achievement from this has resulted in some very
entertaining songs for their upcoming concert.
Experienced vocalists blend with the
unexperienced to bring an amazing program for everyone
to enjoy. As always choreography presents an interesting
test for all but they have stepped it up a notch and have a
renewed vibrancy with new routines to some fantastic
songs.
Apart from some familiar show songs there are a
selection of Australian all-time favourites. As a
community Choir theyve taken the Aussie way and
added their own brand of sparkle. Lilting Lyrics &
Snappy Steps says it all.
Wonderful songs and
interesting choreography all wound together for a

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Advent Wreath Workshop 2016


This year our popular workshop will be held on the
afternoon of November 19.
1pm to 4pm.
Create a beautiful and unique advent wreath for your
Advent and Christmas celebrations.
All materials supplied.
Refreshments and afternoon
tea. Plus door prizes.
This will book out - so book
early to avoid
disappointment.
Bethany Hall, Willunga
Uniting Church
Corner of St Jude Street &
St Andrews Tce, Willunga
Enquiries and bookings to Jenny
8556 2758 or j.esots@bigpond.com
Only $25 - pay on the day.
fantastic program which will soon get the audience feet
tapping.
Dont miss this amazing show on Sunday October
9th at 2pm in the McLaren Vale Hall (Main Rd, McLaren
Vale) when Sisters of Abundance Choir present Lilting
Lyrics & Snappy Steps. Everyones invited. Tickets are
$15 each which includes afternoon tea. Book early to
avoid disappointment. Part proceeds will go to charity.
Information Phone Jennie 0418 807 199

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Obituary for Brian Thomas Foreman


Brian was born in Aldinga in 1925 and lived there for
his first 10 years before moving to Willunga where he
lived all his life until his death on the 29th July at the
age of 90 years and 9 months.
Brian was educated at Aldinga and Willunga Schools
and in High School developed his life long passion for
woodworking.
His first job was as a cabinet maker then he moved to
General Motors Holden as an apprentice. It was his job
to make the wooden patterns for the eventual vehicles
and he worked on the original first Holden to be
released.
He eventually completed training to become a plumber
and established Foreman Plumbing in Willunga from
which he retired in 2002 at the age of 77.
On his retirement from business he was able to indulge
more time into his beloved woodworking. He was a
member of the Southern Woodturners, the SA
Woodwork Guild and the Aldinga mens shed where he
happily shared his vast knowledge and experience of
woodworking with many people. He was also a keen
member of the Vintage woodworking tools group.
Brian was a very community focused man. Some he
was involved in are the Willunga Football Club, the
setting up of the Willunga Recreation Park, CFS, St
John Ambulance, Almond Blossom festival, school
councils of Willunga Kindergarten, Primary School and
High Schools. He was instrumental in the chartering of
the Willunga Lions Club in 1969, then known as
Southern Districts Lions Club. On his death he was the
last Charter member of the Lions club.
Brian was the recipient of many awards from his
community work and Life membership of a lot of
groups. Brians Lions awards included a Melvin Jones
Fellow, a Progressive Melvin Jones Fellowship,
Privileged member and Life member of the Willunga
Lions Club.
His funeral was held at Pennys Hill winery and a
fitting celebration of his life was held with dignity,
grace and some humour.
Brian is survived by his wife Rhonda, 3 children and 5
grandchildren. He will be deeply missed by his family
and many friends.

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Aldinga Community
Centre
Stewart Ave Aldinga Beach
8556 5940
www.aldingacc.org
Member of Community and Neighbourhood Houses and Centres Association

Dont miss our new


Course Guide
for Term 3 and 4
Available at
* the Community Centre,
* Aldinga Central
Shopping Centre
* Aldinga and Willunga
Libraries.
TRY SOMETHING NEW!

How about

SEWING FOR A CAUSE!


We already have a
happy group of
crocheters and knitters
who get together every
Tuesday to make warm
rugs and beanies for
local charities.
Now you can come along and sewsewing
machines available. You will be making
clothes for local and
overseas charities.
Learn and share
together! Tuesdays
9.3011.30
$2 per session
Childrens area.
Children are welcome but you will need to
supervise them.
MAKE FRIENDS, CHAT AND LAUGH WHILE
YOU HELP YOUR LOCAL
COMMUNITY.

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Cool Room Gallery at Myponga. Come see the original works by local Artists.
Open hours same as the Myponga Markets Sat Sun and public holidays 10am 4pm

Willunga Christmas Tree Festival 2016


Dear Friends,
Welcome to our fifteenth annual Christmas Tree Festival!
Each year we invite the community to enter a Christmas tree
for our festival. The community enjoys this time and each year
it has become more popular. This year we are excited to be
sponsored by Onkaparinga council, which will enable
enhanced displays, promotion and prizes for the most popular
Christmas trees. The 2016 poster will be launched at the
beginning of September. Your past support of this event has
been valued greatly.
Our theme this year is A Bush Christmas.
Further details for your diaries:
When: Saturday, November 26th & 27th, 10am to 4pm.
Also open for group booking Monday November 28 th
through to December 1st.
The community will also be invited to create their own Advent
Wreath for inclusion in the festival. The popular advent wreath
workshops are on in November.
The final date for Christmas Tree entries is November 11th.
Delivery date for your creation will be Thursday, November
24th 9am to 5pm, otherwise by arrangement.
Please send your entry details to: Willunga Christmas Tree
Festival, P.O. Box 307, WILLUNGA 5172.
Or email: j.esots@bigpond.com
Contact for enquiries or bookings-: Jenny Esots 85562758
Or email: j.esots@bigpond.com OR
bethanyhallbookings@outlook.com
Many thanks,
From all at the Christmas Tree Festival Team

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WILLUNGA DISTRICT
COMMUNITY BUS INC.

A.G.M.
At our depot 18 Lacey Drv
Aldinga Beach
10am Tuesday 13th of
September 2016
All welcome
For transport ring

8557 7899
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ALDINGA CANVAS

Attention Grabber

Annexe & Tent Zips,


Repairs & Alterations.
Boat Canopies Made.
Shadecloth Sewn.
Poptops Replaced.
Tarps & Covers.
Air Conditioner Covers Made.
Trampolines Restitched.
109 Lacey Drive (Cul de sac end)
ALDINGA
Mobile: 0419 473 353

WARRENS SA
ELECTRICAL

Switchboard upgrades
Renovation rewires
Power points/lighting
Ceiling fans
Smoke detectors

Get your picture on the


cover of Coastal Views.
Amateur (and other) photographers - we need
you.
Send in your Aldinga Bay photos in .jpg or .tif
format to coastalviews@comstech.com.

Warren Hancock

They should preferably be in portrait rather


than landscape mode to fit our cover. (Some
cropping may be required.)

Ph. 0451 008 535


Email: Warrenselectrical@yahoo.com.au
Local Electrician
No job too big no job too small
PGE 171096
Licensed contractor

If your photo is printed your name will be


acknowledged on the photo.

REFRIGERATION AND AIR-CONDITIONING

Specialising in Weddings/Events/Corporate
Flower Deliveries
FLOWERS OF ENVY
0432 763 417
www.flowersofenvy.com
www.aldingabeachflowerdelivery.com.au

COMMERCIAL
INDUSTRIAL
DOMESTIC

Refrigeration and Air-conditioning


MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS
(Mobile Service)
Telephone:
Fax:

8327 0166
8327 0926

Lic. No. AU00183

Remember when
Log on was adding wood to the fire
Hard drive was a long trip on the road
A mouse pad was where a mouse lived
And a backup happened to your commode
Cut you did with a pocket knife
Paste you did with glue
A web was a spider's home
And a virus was the flu
I guess I'll stick to my pad and paper
And the memory in my head
I hear nobody's been killed in a computer crash
But when it happens, they wish they were dead.
Coastal Views, Sep 2016

IMPOSSIBILITIES IN THE WORLD


1) You can't count your hair.
2) You can't wash your eyes with soap.
3) You can't breathe through your nose when your tongue
is out.
(Put your tongue back in your mouth, you silly person!!!)
My daughter asked me for a pet spider for her birthday,
so I went to our local pet shop and they were
$70!!! Blow this, I thought, I can get one cheaper off the
web.

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Est 1997

Servicing & Mechanical


Repairs

Brake & Clutch


CV Joint & Drive shafts
EFI & LPG Tuning
Exchange Engines
Disc & Drum Machining
Front End & Suspension
Cylinder Heads
Manufacturers Book
Servicing

Unit 11,
Cnr How & Aldinga Beach Rds,
Aldinga Beach

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COMMUNITY NEWS
ALDINGA BAY RESIDENTS
ASSOCIATION INC.
Incorporates Watch SA.
Meet on 2nd Wednesday of each even
month at Symonds Reserve Hall, Aldinga
Community Centre, Stewart Avenue, Aldinga
Beach.
Meetings start at 7.30 pm, usually with a guest
speaker (refer page 3 of Coastal Views each
month). Meetings usually end about 9 pm.
You dont have to be a member to attend.
EVERYONE WELCOME.
ALDINGA BAY BOWLING CLUB INC.

Come Try Lawn Bowls!


Social and Competitive Bowling Tues,
Thurs and Sat from 1pm
Free Introductory Coaching and Club Bowls
Available for those interested to learn to
bowl. Casual Dress and Flat soled shoes are
all thats needed.
Friendly welcoming Members and Licensed
Clubrooms.
Club is also the home of Aldinga Eight Ball
Club
Aldinga Sports Complex Port Road,
Aldinga Ph 8557 7467
For Further Information
Alan Foster: 0412 411 749
or Carol Huxtable 0409 582 489
ALDINGA BAY CROQUET CLUB
New players and visiting players are always
welcome.
The club caters for both ASSOCIATION
CROQUET (the traditional game), which
develops physical skills and keeps the mind
agile and GOLF CROQUET, a short devious
and fun filled game which develops both skill
and tactics. Both games are played on equal
terms between both genders and the first
coaching sessions are absolutely FREE.
RICOCHET is also played.
The courts are located at the rear of the
Aldinga Bay Bowling Club facilities at the
Aldinga Sports Complex, Port Rd, Aldinga.
PLAYING TIMES:
Association Croquet - Wed. and Sat 9.00 am
to 12.30 pm.
Golf Croquet - Wed. 1.00 pm to 4.00 pm and
Fri. 9.00 am to 12.00 pm.
Ricochet - Saturday 1pm for a 1.30pm start
For further information please contact Ken
Taylor on 8556 3787.
ALDINGA BAY SCOUT GROUP
Storey Avenue, Aldinga Beach
Monday nights: Joeys 6.30 pm to 7.30 pm;
Cubs 6.30 pm to 8.00 pm; Scouts 6.30 pm to
8.30 pm. Venturers Friday night 7 pm to 9 pm
Come and try boys and girls from 6 to 18
years.
Enquiries phone 8130 6000 or Aldinga Scout
Group Leader, Michelle on 8557 4359.

The sentence: "The quick brown fox


jumps over the lazy dog" uses every
letter of the alphabet.
Coastal Views, Sep 2016

ALDINGA BAY SURF LIFE SAVING


CLUB
Ever thought about becoming a
lifesaver? Would you like to row
a boat, race the Inflatable Rescue
Boats or paddle a board or ski?
Maybe even save a life? The first
step to being a lifesaver is
undertaking your Bronze Medallion (for those
15 years and over) or Surf Rescue Certificate
(for those 13-15 yrs).
Training is held at the Aldinga Bay SLSC
Clubrooms, end of Norman Rd, Aldinga
Beach.
Contact Simon Rothwell on 0417 812 619 to
register your interest or if you have
any questions.

ALDINGA BAY WATCH SA


(Neighbourhood Watch)
Incorporated into the Aldinga Bay Residents
Association meetings, held 7.30 pm on second
Wednesday of every even month at the
Symonds Reserve Hall, Stewart Avenue,
Aldinga Beach.
All welcome.
ALDINGA COMMUNITY GROUP
Meet weekly on Fridays at the Aldinga Senior
Citizens Club, Corner Valiant and Quinliven
Roads, Port Willunga from 9.30 am 2.30
pm. Lunch provided at small cost.
This group will also provide respite for carers.
Phone Jan Ifould on 8323 8258.
ALDINGA NETBALL CLUB Inc.
Home of the Aldinga Sharks
Netball Club.
Any queries or information about next
season please call:
President Ellen Ling 0411 590 744
Secretary Jackie Outram 0407 619 309
Email: aldinganc@gmail.com.
ALDINGA QUILTERS
Meetings start at 10.00 am on 2nd and 4th
Tuesday of every month.
Held at the Aldinga Institute, Old Coach Road,
Aldinga. For anyone interested in patchwork
and quilting, friendship and fun. All welcome.
For further information call:
President: Elizabeth Grocke 8386 1182
ALDINGA SENIOR CITIZENS
CLUB INC.
Corner Quinliven and Valiant Roads,
Port Willunga Ph. 8556 5918,
Activities include:
Mon: Bridge from 12.30 pm,
Wed: Bingo 10.00 am, (Sausage sizzle last
Wednesday of month.)
Club day, carpet bowls, 1 pm.
Fri:
BINGO from 7.30 pm
Pool & snooker facilities available.

ALDINGA & SELLICKS SPINNERS,


KNITTERS & WEAVERS.
Meets at Aldinga Institute Hall, Old Coach
Road, Aldinga on Tuesdays10.00am 3.00pm
and Tuesday night 6.30 till 9.45 pm
Also Thursday Fortnight 10.30 -3.00pm
Contact Rosemary 0417 823 176
or Peggy 8556 6558
Email: rosiedunbar44@gmail.com
ARE YOU EXPERIENCING SEXUAL
ASSAULT OR DOMESTIC AND
FAMILY VIOLENCE?
Are you providing support to someone who is?
1800RESPECT is a national counselling
helpline that is available 24/7.
Their qualified and experienced counsellors
can provide information and refer you to
support services that can assist.
Phone 1800 737 732 or check out their
website to find out more about their services.
www.1800respect.org.au
COOLROOM GALLERY
in the Myponga Markets
Original Art from an diverse group of Artists
Open 10.00 am to 4.00 pm Sat, Sun and Public
Holidays.
DIABETICS SUPPORT
Assistance for diabetics is available from GPs,
GP Plus Health Centres and Nurse Educators
and your local Chemist, throughout the
southern area.
DOWN SOUTH CRAFT GROUP
Meet Thursdays, 9.30 am to 11.30 am
at Shop 1, 53 Cliff Ave, Pt. Noarlunga.
Contact Wendy 0417 895 502
or Sandra 8327 3469
BYO craft or learn something new.
FLEURIEU LADIES PROBUS CLUB
Meets fourth Monday of the month
in the Church of Christ Hall,
Pridham Blvd. Aldinga Beach
at 10.00 am.
Enquiries: Sylvia 8556 5712
NEW MEMBERS WELCOME
FREE AND CONFIDENTIAL GAMBLING
HELP
COUNSELLING SERVICE
Relationships Australia (SA) is now operating
a free and confidential gambling help
Counsel-ling service for anyone in the
community who is affected by gambling (their
own gambling or someone elses). The service
is available on alternate Wednesdays from
1.00 pm - 9.00 pm at the Aldinga GP plus. To
make a referral or for more information please
phone 8377 5400 9 am -5 pm Mon- Fri.
FREE LEGAL SERVICE
The Legal Clinic operates at Anglicare SA,
Morphett Vale on Thursdays between 5.00 pm
and 7.00 pm, Contact details:
Free Legal Clinic, Anglicare SA,
4/197 Main South Road, Morphett Vale
Phone: 8392 3100

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COMMUNITY NEWS
FRIENDS OF ALDINGA SCRUB
We meet at Aldinga Library Community
Room, corner Aldinga Beach Road and
Pridham Blvd on the second Thursday of the
month at 7.30 pm.
Ph. Helen McSkimming, 8556 3166.
Working bees are held each Tuesday morning
during the cooler months.
Contact John Edmeades, 0488 552 797.
We welcome new members at our meetings
and working bees.
Web address:
http://www.friendsofaldingascrub.com.au
GALILEE OP SHOP
How Road. ALDINGA.
NEW STOCK IN SHOP.
Call in to pick up a bargain.
OPEN-MON.,WED.,THURS.
FRIDAY 9am-3p.m.
Donations urgently needed.
ph.0400 845 062
GRANNIE ANNIES
DROP IN CENTRE
St Anns, 7 Stonehouse Lane Aldinga,
Thursday Mornings 9 - 11:30.
Cheerful company, free coffee / tea.
Children welcome.
FLEURIEU HARMONY CHORUS
Is a male A Capella singing group open to men
of all ages. We entertain at local retirement
villages, aged care homes and charities. We
meet every Friday morning 9.15am to 12 noon
at Lifecare Community Hall, Pridham Bvd.
opposite Aldinga Central Shopping Centre.
No singing experience required, we provide
music and learning CDs
Come and give it a try and enjoy a cuppa
with us. Enquiries phone 8557 7271 or
www.fleurieuharmony.org
ABRA Business Member.
Local businesses supporting the local community.
FRIENDS OF SELLICKS INC.
Working with the Community to
make the Sellicks Area an even better
place to live.
Public Meetings every 2 months.
Find meeting details, post comments and more
at www.friendsofsellicks.com or follow us
on Facebook.

CHRISTIAN CARE & SUPPORT


CENTRE INC. AGM
The above meeting is to be held on
September 5th 2016 at the Aldinga
Uniting Church hall at 7.00 pm
Representatives of churches are asked to
attend, and any interested persons are
most welcome.
The need for the service this organisation
provides is constant,

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GROUP FOR MENTAL HEALTH/


PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT - GROW
GROW is a proven national program for
mental well being and is a non for profit
organization with no fees or dues.
A GROW Group meets weekly on Tuesdays
at 10.30 am in the Uniting Communities
Family Relationships Centre Unit 4, 101-102
Rowley Rd Aldinga Beach.
GROW offers a 12 Step Recovery-Focused
Program for mental health issues or emotional
coping problems and is delivered in a safe and
caring environment. Meetings last for 2 hours
and are followed by refreshments.
For more information please telephone
Freecall 1800 558 268
or email sa@grow.net.au
JUST WALK IT
Group at Myponga.
If interested in joining, please ring
Ros Hutchinson, 8558 6274.
LADIES PROBUS CLUB
OF THE SOUTHERN VALES
The Ladies Probus Club of The Southern
Vales meets on the 3rd Monday of the month
at 10.00 am in the Lutheran Church Hall,
McLaren Vale. A guest speaker is usually
provided. For further information, please
contact Noeleen Reidy on 8327 4377 .
The birthday meeting will be held at 10.00
am on Monday 18 September 2016 in the
Function Centre at McLaren Vale Motel.
Bookings are essential.
LETS SOUTH
LETS South is a simple bartering system using
old methods of exchange and barter in the
Southern Suburbs and Fleurieu Peninsula.
Now in its 19th year it continues to provide a
working alternative to federal reserve money
while also strengthening the community.
For more information contact chairperson
Tom Laing on 0421 912 800
or email chairperson@letssouth.com.
Visit the LETS South site www.letssouth.com
and the blog at www.letssouth.blogspot.com.
LIONS BOUTIQUE
Our Boutique is open each Wednesday and
Saturday from 7. am - 1.30 pm at Butterworth
Road Aldinga Beach.
You will find many bargains (clothes, bric-abrac, books etc) when you visit.
We are always happy to serve you
All our profits go back into the community as
we are all volunteers. We so enjoy meeting
our regular customers, and look forward to
some new ones.
Donations are always gratefully accepted.
Come along, you will find some wonderful
gifts for Children, Family and Friends.
Look forward to seeing you there.
Merle, Margaret and Gwen co/conveners.

McLAREN VALE MARKET


Held at the Institute Hall, Main St,
McLaren vale.
1st Sat of every month 9.00 am - 3.00 pm.
Variety of stalls, hand made personalised
cards and easels, Olive oil, plants, chocolates,
cakes and much, much more. BBQ, tea and
coffee available.
Inside and outside stalls available.
Enquiries to Margaret 8323 8426
MENS SOUTH TALK
Is a group escaping for a couple of hours on a
Tuesday. Meetings are held from 1pm - 3pm
and discuss various topics of interest, go on
outings, and generally relax in congenial
company, Sometimes they may listen to
politicians or leaders of local establishments.
Aldinga Community Centre, Symonds
Reserve Hall, Stewart Ave, Aldinga Beach,
PO Box 81 Aldinga Beach 6173
NORTHERN FLEURIEU PENINSULA
STROKE SUPPORT GROUP
Meets at Noarlunga Health Village (Teaching
Room 2), Alexander Kelly Drive, Noarlunga
Centre on 2nd Thursday of each month
(except January) 10.00 am 12 noon.
Our aim: To help each other over-come and
cope with the effects of stroke on ourselves
and carers.
Visitors and new members welcome.
Phone Jane 8322 2996
or Brian 8384 2445.
OCHRE COAST POETS
Ochre Coast Poets spin and weave words,
workshop and network with other poets of the
south. The Ochre coast poets meet on the
second Saturday of the month at the Seaford
Library, Grand Boulevard, SEAFORD, from
10.00 am- 12.00 noon.
For information:
David; 8327 2459 or Tess 85563816
OUT AND ABOUT CLUB.
The Out and About Club provides weekly
respite for carers while members are able to
participate in outings and activities that
promote physical and cognitive wellbeing.
The club will run from 10.00 am - 3.00 pm
each Wednesday at Life Cares Community
Lifestyle Centre Aldinga, Pridham Boulevard
Aldinga Beach.
A two course lunch is included in the
cost of $16.00.
Please contact Jacinta Robertson
to book 8293 5924
ROTARY CLUB OF McLAREN VALE
The Club supports activities in Aldinga,
Willunga, McLaren Vale and surrounding
districts.
We meet Monday nights for a dinner meeting
at 6.30 pm for 6.45 pm at the Alma Hotel
Willunga.
VISITORS and
NEW MEMBERS
WELCOMED.
Contact Kevin 8556 2968

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COMMUNITY NEWS
SCHOOL FOR DOGS
ALDINGA BAY INC.
In the interest of the dog
Come along and train your dog
with Love, Trust and Patience
Sunday mornings and Tuesday
evenings.
No training on ANY long
weekends.
All breeds welcome. Dogs must be 12 weeks
old and fully vaccinated.
Symonds Reserve, Stewart Avenue, Aldinga
Beach.
Heat Rule: 32 degrees Noarlunga
NO TRAINING ON THAT DAY.
For class information please phone Club
Mobile 0411 473 745
SEAFORD DISTRICT RESIDENTS
ASSOCIATION INC.
Meets on the first Wednesday of each month
(except January) 7.30 pm. at the S.E.M.
Centre (North end of Grand Boulevard). Park
and enter on the north side of the building.
All welcome.
Secretary: Jeff Hiscock 8327 3690.
SELLICKS AREA RESIDENTS
ASSOCIATION
Being part of your community
Meetings bi monthly at 7:30 pm first
Wednesday of every second month at
Sellicks Hall.
All welcome.
Meet your neighbors, voice your concerns.
Phone Michael Lee 0451 458 711
Meeting dates 2016: Aug 3, Oct 5, Dec 7
SOCIABLE SINGLES INC.
Sociable Singles provides an opportunity for
single, divorced, widowed or separated
persons to attend functions for the purposes
of friendship and companionship. Functions
include meals at local venues, bbqs in local
parks, a cabaret/dance at the Port Noarlunga
RSL, Port Noarlunga and also a cabaret/
dance at Wakefield House, Wakefield
Avenue, Morphett Vale once a month.
For more information please ring
Linda on 8325 0594 or Peter on 8327 6457.
Thank you.
Linda Secretary 8325 0594
SOUTHERN AC RUN CLUB
Looking for a friendly recreational running
group? Join us at the Southern AC Run
Club. We meet every Friday night in the
Port Willunga - Seaford - McLaren Vale
area. Suitable for beginners through to
serious runners - new members of all levels
are always welcome. Training tips and
guidance are provided by our accredited
coaches.
Details of our weekly runs are posted in
https://www.facebook.com/
SouthernAthleticClub/events or call Matt on
0415 883 117 for more information.

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SOUTHERN VALES VIEW CLUB


Meets every second Friday at Carmels Bar
and Grill at 250 Main Road, McLaren Vale at
10.30 am for 11.00 am.
VIEW means Voice Interest and Education of
Women and is a valued part of the well known
Smith Family of Australia. VIEW provides
women with the opportunity to meet regularly
with other women; a forum for discussion and
the exchange of ideas, lasting friendships and
contributes to the support of disadvantaged
Australians through the work of The Smith
Family.
Enquiries: Chris Horsman
8556 2897 or 0438 131 049
STARS, the Southern Region Theatre
and Arts Supporters
Is based at Waverley Homestead in Willunga.
It brings events to the southern region to foster
a vital and diverse arts culture. This includes
a scholarship system, art exhibitions, and
support for incredible events.
Oh, there is so much to look forward to with
STARS at Waverley Homestead!
A full years calendar of events is available
from STARS.
If you would like to know more, contact
STARS at P.O. Box 283, Willunga, S.A. 5172
or starswillunga@hotmail.com
or for bookings phone 8596 4182
THE ALDINGA HAPPY STITCHERS
Would you like to come and sew with others?
Join the Australian Sewing Guild branch
at Aldinga.
We meet monthly at the Aldinga
Institute on the 1st and 3rd
Thursdays; 10:00 am to 3.00 pm
(except December).
Contact Susan 0414 947 223
or Natalie 0409 692 321
THE SOUTHERN VALES
WELLBEING GROUP
Meets at the singing gallery, 133 Main Road,
McLaren Vale (rear entry) every Wednesday
from 1.00 pm to 3:30 pm during school terms.
A guest speaker addresses the meeting at 1:15
pm. Cost: $3.50
Enquiries: Lesley 8323 8527
THE WILLUNGA FARMERS MARKET
CHOIR (Soulfood)
Johnathon Waetford, the Director of the
Wi l l u n ga F a r mer s Ma r ke t Ch oi r
(Soulfood), an experienced musician with a
beautiful voice, continues to expand the
repertoire of the a capella singing of the
group for the enjoyment of a large audience
from markets, the McLaren Vale Festival, the
Eco Village celebrations to the Gala
performance at STARS .
The female choir sings about food, wine, love,
people and places and the seasons.
The choir meets at Waverley Homestead, St
Peters Terrace, Willunga. A happy and warm
historic venue for our practices on Monday
night at 7.30 pm.

Ample parking is available at the well lit


Willunga Golf course.
For more information phone:
Margi Beed: 8556 5032;
Jill Stone: 0407 695 029;
Franka Gerlack: 8556 6783
TREES FOR LIFE,
WILLUNGA DISTRICT
Willunga Trees for Life
meetings are held at 7.30 pm in the Eco
Classroom at Tatachilla Lutheran College,
off Tatachilla Road, McLaren Vale.
All welcome, supper provided.
Inquiries: Saskia Gerhardy, ph 0412 135 698
or email saskia.gerhardy@hotmail.com.
Next Trees for Life meeting is Wed 7th
September at 7.30pm. Guest speaker is
Aidan Bradford: Images of the flora and
fauna of the Fleurieu Peninsula, particularly
Aldinga Scrub.
WEIGHT WATCHERS
SA Weight Watchers Association meets each
Monday night (except public holidays) at the
Aldinga Community Centre, Symonds
Reserve Hall, Stewart Avenue, Aldinga
Beach. Weigh in at 5.00 pm; meeting at 6.00
pm. $30 joining fee, renewal fee $20 plus $3
per week.
WILLUNGA BASKETBALL
New players are always welcome. For adults,
there is a men's competition on Wednesday
nights and women play on Tuesday nights.
For juniors, competitions are played from
4.00 pm. Under 12 mixed and u/16 boys on
Monday, u/10 mixed on Tuesday, u/15 girls
on Wednesday and u/14 boys on Thursday.
If you are interested in playing,
coaching or refereeing,
ring Margaret 8556 2360 or 0421 358 326
WILLUNGA BOWLING CLUB INC.
23 St. Peters Tce. Willunga.
Web site: www.willungabc.com
Lawn bowls for everyone. Great fun at a
friendly place.
Social Bowls every Tuesday and Saturday.
12.00 for 12.30pm start. Casual dress and flat
shoes. Bowls available from the club if
required. Entry fee $8.00 (includes jackpot).
Raffles. Two games played.
Night Owls on Wednesday evenings. Club
open for light meals at 6.00pm. Games start
at 7.00pm. Coaching and bowls available.
Make up a team of family, friends, work
mates or just come along.
Flat shoes and casual clothes are all that are
required.
Pennant or competition bowls are played
each Thursday morning and Saturday
afternoon. Willunga has teams at various
levels of competition. A great way to expand
your bowls skills and experience.
Contacts. The club 8556 2246.
David 0417 801 951,
Peter 0410 605 541,
Judy 0418 891 228

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COMMUNITY NEWS
WILLUNGA DISTRICT
COMMUNITY BUS INC.
Lot 104 Lacey Drive Aldinga Beach 5173.
We transport the frail aged and disadvantaged
door to door Monday to Friday.
Phone: 8557 7899.
WILLUNGA EMBROIDERERS
Meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month
at "The Hub" corner of Main Road and
St Peters Terrace, Willunga. For anyone
interested in embroidery, friendship &
fun. All welcome.
Beginner's classes available.
For further information
phone Wendy 8323 7475
WILLUNGA ENVIRONMENT CENTRE
INC.
18 High Street Willunga ph. 8556 4188
10.00 am 3.00 pm Mon, Fri,
9.30 am 1.00 pm Sat
Janine Anninos (Manager) 08 8556 4188
www.willungaenviro.org.au
Recycling of fluoros, mobile phones,
aluminium, cork. Reference library. Home
Energy Audit kit. Regular guest speakers.
Books for sale. Large range of environmental
and tourism brochures. Room for hire.
WILLUNGA FARMERS MARKET
Meet the grower - taste the region
Every Saturday, Willunga Town Square.
8 - 12:30 pm Enquiries 8556 4297
WILLUNGA GARDEN CLUB
Meets every 2nd Thursday of the Month
(except January) at the Lutheran Church Hall,
Aldersey Street, McLaren Vale at 7.30 pm.
Cost $3 (members $2) includes lucky door
prize and supper.
Guest speaker. Visitors
welcome.
Enquiries please phone
Chris 8323 7742
WILLUNGA HILL ART GROUP INC.
Willunga Hill Art Group, has art
demonstrations the first Monday of
each month at the Recreation Centre
at Willunga 7.00 pm -9.00 pm.
Entry is $10 non-members and $5 members.
Monday 5th Sept - demonstrating will be artist
Moira Simpson using Encaustic mediums.
WILLUNGA & DISTRICT
LIONS CLUB AUCTION
Willunga and Districts Lions Club
holds an auction on the last Saturday
of the month at Centenary Park, cnr Binney
and Strout Road Willunga.
Country Market, Swap Meet and other events
throughout the year.
We're always looking for new members to get
involved in the great work we do in our
community.
www.willungalions.com.au

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WILLUNGA NATIONAL TRUST


The Slate Museum and Court House
Museum will be open:
1st Tuesday of the month: 1-4 pm
2nd and 4th Saturday and Sunday of
the month: 1-4 pm
ABRA Business Member.
Local businesses supporting the local
community.
WILLUNGA QUARRY MARKET
www.willungaquarrymarket.com
Second Saturday every month
9.00 am - 1.00 pm
Willunga Recreation Park Inc
Oval grounds,
Aldinga Road, WILLUNGA
Craft, produce, plants.
WILLUNGA TABLE TENNIS CLUB
We are always looking to expand its player
base and any interested players are more than
welcome to join us. We cater for young, old,
male, female, experienced or novice.
Games are played in the old show hall in
Willunga.
We have new equipment and loan bats are
available.
Games are played on Tuesday & Wednesday
nights starting at 7.00 pm & only cost $3.00
per night.
These are separate competitions but you can
play both nights if you wish.
This is a friendly but socially competitive
grade of table tennis and supper is always
served.
To register your interest please contact:
John Nixon 8556 5950
Grant Frith 8557 8309

Collections and Hobbies


Fair.
Aldinga Uniting Church, 3 Old
Coach Road, Aldinga.
are having a Collections and Hobbies
Fair on Sat. 24th and Sunday 25th,
September.
$5 entry includes tea and coffee and
children enter free.
Collections include trains, quilts,
glassware, telephone caps, angels &
there will be a display by the
Miniatures Club.
Something for everyone with
morning teas and light lunches
The words 'racecar,' 'kayak' , and
'level' are the same whether they are
read left to right or right to left
(palindromes).

LIONS BOUTIQUE
Just in case you are a newcomer to
our area, let me tell you about our Lions Boutique, which is situated on Butterworth Road,
Aldinga Beach.
We are a happy crew, and are open
for business each Wednesday and Saturday
from 7 am until 1.30 pm, and would welcome
your visit to us. Selling pre loved clothes,
bric a brac, toys, books, actually, you name
it, and we probably have it.
We would be pleased to accept anything that you want to part with, as if we
cant sell it, it will go to our Monthly auction,
held the last Saturday of each month (except
December,) at Binney Road, Willunga.
Collections can be arranged.
I would take this opportunity to thank
all our customers, actually I can say our
friends, as that is what they have become
over the years, for their continued support,
which enables us to give back so much to our
local community, and others....
Thank you.
Margaret Dorton, President/Secretary,
Lions Ladies Auxiliary (8556 3591)
Merle Hirsch, Treasurer (8557 7519)
ALDINGA U3A
During Term 3, U3A will be screening a
series of films based on the Theme "The
Stars of Yesteryear".
These will be shown in the Aldinga Library
on Wednesday afternoons.
The films include "Cabaret", "The Night at
the Opera", "Bonny and Clyde", "Top Hat",
"African Queen", "Singing in the Rain",
"The Third Man", "Love in the Afternoon",
"The Seven Year Itch" and "Casablanca".
For more information on these films
or on joining U3A
Phone Allan 0418 846 410
or John 8556 6850

A snail can sleep for three years.


(I thought there was some family
connection - Ed)

Aldinga
Beach CFS
BRIGADE CALLOUT STATS
July 2016 total 21
RCR / MVA = 6;
Grass / rubbish fires = 0;
Vehicle fires = 1;
Structure fires = 2;
Fixed alarm = 0; Gas/Fuel = 0;
Other = 9 - trees down, flooding
& salvage

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CHURCH SERVICES
ALDINGA BAY BAPTIST CHURCH
Meets at the Aldinga Primary School Sundays at 10.00 am and 6.00 pm
Aldinga Bay Youth, Friday Evenings at 7:00 pm
All Welcome.
For more information: www.aldingabaybaptist.org.au
Telephone 0408 825 200
ALDINGA COMMUNITY CHURCH OF CHRIST Inc.
10.00 am Worship Service at Life Care, Pridham Boulevard,
Aldinga Beach 5173
(opposite the Aldinga Central Shopping Centre).
All Welcome.
Pastor Randall Lawton Ph. 8556 6132 M. 0423 923 068.
ALDINGA UNITING CHURCH
Old Coach Road, Aldinga.
We invite you to join us each Sunday for morning tea and fellowship at
10.00 am. Worship service at 10:45 am including childrens activities.
Holy Communion service: 2nd Sunday in the month.
Coffee, Craft and Conversation: Each Wednesday 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Bring your craft , learn a new one or come for the conversation.
Weekly: Reflections Bible Study: 12 noon Wednesdays.
Monthly: Family lunch. Blokes Alive mens sharing group.
All Welcome
For information contacts: Jim 7324 3326 or Tina 8556 5287
Further information visit:
www.aldinga.unitingchurch.sa.org.au
Aldinga Cafe Church
Friday Night Church with a difference.
The cafe style set-up has a program of modern Christian music, quiz, a
short devotion & discussion, supper.
All ages. 7:30pm 1st & 3rd Friday each month.
Uniting Church Hall Cnr Old Coach Rd & Main South Rd

KANGARILLA UNITING CHURCH


Corner Kangarilla Rd and Sand Rd, Kangarilla.
Worship Service 10.00 am each Sunday, with Sunday School held on
the 1st Sunday at 10.00 am. Gospel Services are held on the 2nd and
4th Sunday of the month at 7.00 pm. Prayer and Bible Study, 7.30 pm
each Thursday and Craft Night every Tuesday at 7.30 pm.
All welcome.
For more information visit www.kangarilla.unitingchurch.org.au
or contact: Joylene Edwards 8383 7122
LUTHERAN CHURCH.
Worship of our God and Saviour every Sunday at 10.30 am at
Mary of Galilee Catholic Church,
Corner Quinliven and How Roads, Aldinga
You are welcome.
Pastor Byron Klein, Ph. 8557 7523.
SEAFORD COMMUNITY CHURCH
We are a worshipping caring Church committed to
Christ and His Mission.
Meeting at the Maslin Beach Community Hall,
Gulf Parade, Maslin Beach Each Sunday at 10.00 am
(refreshments to follow) and Home Group
each Wednesday at 7:30 pm
Craft on Mondays, 10.00 am -12 noon
in the Seaford/Moana Neighbourhood Centre.
All are welcome.
For more information, contact Jim and Betty Kennedy 83272135

SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH


Aldinga
Meet together every SATURDAY morning at the
Senior Citizens Hall ( corner Quinliven/Valiant Rds) Aldinga.
We commence at 9:30 am with worship/singing/mission
stories/bible study.
ALMOND GROVE FAMILY CHURCH
At 11:10 am we commence Divine Service with various guest speakers.
If youre looking for a vibrant, family-oriented Pentecostal church
Fellowship lunch once per month.
community, wed love for you to join with us for our Sunday Worship
All welcome to our friendly church
service 10:00 am at The Granary, 32 Old Main South Road, Aldinga.
Contact details- Joe Griffiths 8556-6364/ 0402931476
There are a number of ways you can get involved in church
life at Almond Grove if youre after more details, please
APP CHURCH
phone our office on (08) 8557 7299, or email us at
Applications For Life Sunday Afternoon Service at 4pm
info@almondgrove.org.au
Children's Program Available. Visitors Welcome
Wed love to see you soon!
Pastor David Busby
Seaford Community Centre
www.almondgrove.org.au
Beechwood Grove , Seaford
Contact: Ps Josh Pitman
MB: 0408 808 822
ANGLICAN CHURCH
Ps Robert Williams MB: 0431 307 217
Pastoral District of Southern Vales Enquiries: 8323 9744
THE SALVATION ARMY - Aldinga
St Stephen's. St Andrews Terrace Willunga - Saturdays 5.30pm
OUR
MISSION:
Transforming Lives; Caring for People;
St Margaret's Main Road McLaren Vale - Sundays 9.00am
Making Disciples; Reforming Society.
St Ann's
Main South Road Aldinga Sundays 9.00am
WORSHIP SERVICES: Sunday 5pm, Aldinga Beach
St Nicholas Seaford Ecumenical Centre Grand Boulevard Sundays
Community Centre, Stewart Avenue, Aldinga Beach.
10.45
CHILDREN/YOUTH: SAGALA: skills, hobbies, spiritual awareness
and service to the community. Ages 5-16. Friday 4-6pm during
school term. Aldinga Beach
CATHOLIC PARISH OF WILLUNGA
Community Centre. Enquiries ph. Judy 0403175442
ALDINGA. Mass in Mary of Galilee Catholic Church, Corner
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT: Positive Lifestyle Program: By
Quinliven & How Roads each Saturday evening at 5:30 pm.
appointment. All enquiries, Ph. 8382 1600
WILLUNGA. Mass 1st, 3rd & 5th Sundays at 8.30 am,
WILLUNGA UNITING CHURCH
2nd & 4th Sundays at 10.30 am. Confession before Mass.
Willunga Uniting Church
Parish Priest: Father Gauci.
Parish Centre: Ph. 8556 2132.
Worship time 10.30am each Sunday
Faith sharing, prayers and a cuppa, Breakfasts gatherings, meditation
HARVEST AUSTRALIA CHURCH
Trade Training Centre Southern Vales Christian College: 240 Aldinga and music. Fair Trade goods used.
Come and See! Contact: 0433 389 708
Beach Road, Aldinga Beach Sunday Afternoon
Service at 3pm
Harvest Australia Church is a vibrant community
of believers focussed on building kingdom family Babies are born without kneecaps. They don't appear until
and marked with a love for one another and a desire to reach the lost,
the child reaches 2 to 6 years of age.
alongside a passion for worship, creativity, revelation from the word and
If the population of China walked past you, 8 abreast, the
the presence and power of the Holy Spirit.
line would never end because of the rate of reproduction.
Senior Pastor Marty Manuel 8488 0080 admin@harvestaustralia.org

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Ambulance/Fire/Police Emergency .................... 000


Police assistance.............................................. 131 444
24 Hour Health Advice ......................... 1800 022 222
Adelaide Southern Medical
Home Visits (GP) .................................... 8381 6161
Aldinga Community Centre ..................... 8556 5940
Anglicare - Christies Beach
Financial Counselling ...................... 1800 759 707
Emergency Assistance...................... 1800 748 149
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Family & Individual Counselling .. 8186 8900
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City of Onkaparinga ................................. 8384 0666
Crimestoppers ...................................... 1800 333 000
Domestic Violence Helpline .................. 1800 800 098
Drug & Alcohol Info. Service ............... 1300 13 1340
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Gambling Helpline ................................ 1800 060 757
GP Aldinga After Hours Clinic ............ 0410 190 291
GP Plus Aldinga ......................................... 8557 9500
Legal Advice Line.................................. 1300 366 424
LifeLine .......................................................... 13 11 14
McLaren Vale War Memorial Hospital. .. 8323 6600
Mental Health Emergency Service. ............. 13 14 65
Noarlunga Hospital .................................... 8384 9222
Noarlunga Private Hospital ...................... 8384 9372
Onkaparinga Youth Services - Aldinga .. 8557 7555
Parent Helpline ...................................... 1300 364 100
Poisons Info hotline .13 11 26
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Repat. Gen. Hosp. ............... 8276 9666 1800 254 373
RSPCA SA 1300 4 777 22
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The Salvation Army .................................. 8557 6331
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