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Free Newsletter No. 445 February 2018 (Servicing Aldinga Bay & Willunga Basin) Distribution 2,000 All
Free Newsletter No. 445 February 2018 (Servicing Aldinga Bay & Willunga Basin) Distribution 2,000 All

Free Newsletter No. 445

February 2018

(Servicing Aldinga Bay & Willunga Basin)

Distribution 2,000

All proceeds go back into the community.

Next meeting of ABRA (incorp. Watch SA)

will be the be held on Wednesday, 14 th February 2017 at 7.30 pm at the ALDINGA LIBRARY Community Room, Central Way, Aldinga Beach

ALDINGA LIBRARY Community Room, Central Way, Aldinga Beach Ticket Conces- Photo - Aldinga Beach “Bird On

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ALDINGA BAY RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION Dear Reader, Index With the inactivity of the recent holiday season,
ALDINGA BAY RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION
Dear Reader,
Index
With the inactivity of the recent holiday season, we have
not had a report or news from ABRA.
ABRA News / editorial
Art News
Auto Section
CFS Corner
Church Notices, News
Classifieds
Community Centres
Community News
Community Radio
Emergency Numbers
Environmental
Finance tips
Health Section
History
Letters
Library
Markets
On The Green
Real Estate
School News
Youth Activities
Watch SA report
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Senior Constable Bronwyn Knofel did emphasize, in her
Watch SA report to our December meeting however, the
importance of keeping vehicles locked and valuables in
them out of sight. So many of the auto thefts that occur are
undertaken by opportunists from unlocked vehicles. She
pointed out that she even locks her vehicle when going to
pay for petrol. (- see her report p 32)
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The area has not stood still over this period with road and
earthbuilding works apace both in Aldinga Township and
the South Road duplication stage on Port Road corner.
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January has been it’s usual busy time down here with the
Tour Down Under, Australia Day breakfast, and usual
invasion onto the beach that day.
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There have been several incidents of people needing to be
rescued by CFS volunteers after falling of cliffs here
recently. Heed the council warning signs that many of our
cliff faces are unstable, but more importantly, don’t tempt
fate with risk taking behaviour.
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We trust 2018 will be a fruitful and rewarding year for the
district and all in it.
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Keep the news coming in. We can only print what we get sent. Check page 34 for details.

I hope you enjoy the issue Kevin Hutton - Editor

details. I hope you enjoy the issue Kevin Hutton - Editor ARE YOU A MEMBER OF

ARE YOU A MEMBER OF ABRA? See p.34

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@abra.org.au.

They should preferably be in portrait rather than landscape mode to fit our cover. (Some cropping may be required.)

If your photo is printed your name will be acknowledged on the photo.

Quote of the month:

Life unexamined, is not worth living. - Democritus

Life unexamined, is not worth living. ” - Democritus Feb 14 t h 2017 - 7:30
Life unexamined, is not worth living. ” - Democritus Feb 14 t h 2017 - 7:30
Life unexamined, is not worth living. ” - Democritus Feb 14 t h 2017 - 7:30
Feb 14 t h 2017 - 7:30 pm Incorporating: Aldinga Library Community Room Aldinga Beach.
Feb 14 t h 2017 - 7:30 pm Incorporating: Aldinga Library Community Room Aldinga Beach.
Feb 14 t h 2017 - 7:30 pm Incorporating: Aldinga Library Community Room Aldinga Beach.
Feb 14 t h 2017 - 7:30 pm Incorporating: Aldinga Library Community Room Aldinga Beach.
Feb 14 t h 2017 - 7:30 pm Incorporating: Aldinga Library Community Room Aldinga Beach.
Feb 14 t h 2017 - 7:30 pm Incorporating: Aldinga Library Community Room Aldinga Beach.
Feb 14 t h 2017 - 7:30 pm Incorporating: Aldinga Library Community Room Aldinga Beach.

Feb 14 th 2017 - 7:30 pm

Incorporating:

Feb 14 t h 2017 - 7:30 pm Incorporating: Aldinga Library Community Room Aldinga Beach. PLEASE
Feb 14 t h 2017 - 7:30 pm Incorporating: Aldinga Library Community Room Aldinga Beach. PLEASE
Feb 14 t h 2017 - 7:30 pm Incorporating: Aldinga Library Community Room Aldinga Beach. PLEASE

Aldinga Library Community Room Aldinga Beach.

PLEASE NOTE NEW VENUE.

All Welcome. It is expected that candidates for Mawson will be there to speak and answer questions.

DRONES

With the increasing use of drones for surveying, photog- raphy, surveillance as well as amusement we felt it would be worthwhile outlining the restrictions that exist on these devices. (Ed)

Pilots of drones weighing 2kg or more need to register with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) and have an operator's certificate before their UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) go zipping through the public airspace. But it's a different story with smaller recrea- tional drones the ones you can now buy at retailers across Australia.

Recreational drone numbers are rising and the rules around their use are pretty loose as long as you keep your UAV under an altitude of 400 feet (121m) and away from crowds, you don't fly at night, and always make sure it stays within your line of sight. CASA has put together a handy quick-reference guide that breaks down all the flight regulations for new pilots.

But what if you're on the receiving end of a drone's gaze? It's no secret that many recreational drones are equipped with cameras and that people can be nosy. As it stands, your protection against unauthorised surveillance is limited. The Privacy Act, for instance, only applies to organisations with an annual turnover of $3 million or more. Most recreational drone owners would be under that threshold. Anti-stalking legislation may forbid such activity in some cases. Legislation around surveillance is piecemeal, inconsistent, and in some cases outdated. No one's really sure how existing privacy laws apply to recreational drones. All this could change in the years to come. CASA is planning to review recreational drone regulations and potentially have new ones in place by the end of the decade, although the federal agency has no jurisdiction over privacy issues. Fines for illicit drone activity currently range from around $900 to $9000.

What are the current rules? Under the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998, UAVs weighing 2kg or less cannot fly:

- higher than 400 feet (121m) in a controlled airspace

(generally meaning any populated area) - closer than 30m during take off, flight or landing to any- one not involved in flying the drone - over a large group of people at a height from which, if any of the drone's components fail, they may land on people - over or near prohibited or restricted areas (such as an aerodrome or restricted military areas) - in bad weather, into a cloud or at night.

Information collated from a variety of Australian Sources

Information collated from a variety of Australian Sources CAROL & New Year Choices! Carol understands we

CAROL & New Year Choices!

Carol understands we are free to make choices, but if we're wrong, it can be difficult to change their consequences. For Carol, growing up in the fifties and sixties was great. 'Yes, we had the same pressures of school work, homework, obeying our parents but we also had a lot of freedom. Freedom to walk along the beach and not be afraid, freedom to play in the streets until dusk and not be afraid, freedom to ride on a train or bus and not be afraid.' So, the good choices came first. At the age of 12 years she chose to attend a church and youth group even though her family didn't. She says her greatest decision was to give her life to Jesus Christ. Carol later chose to become a Nurse and began training at the RAH in 1968: loved it, and became a Regis- tered Nurse in 1971. The bad choices then began, during those training years when she joined the “in group” to party on - with a lifestyle that she knew deep down inside was wrong. Her customary happiness and joy left, and fear filled the vacuum. 'I was drinking very heavily because it helped me forget for a short time'. Then, one of her nurse friends surprised her by say- ing that she was a Christian, and began sharing with her. Carol remembers feeling so sorry for herself that she wanted to cry. But she didn't try to change, because she had gone too far - was too bad and didn't believe she could just return to God and He would forgive her as if nothing ever hap- pened.

Nevertheless, the God she underestimated pursued her subliminally and her choices did begin to change. The inner urge along with the right circumstances prompted her to contact the Salvation Army in Morphett Vale - where she found the love and acceptance she craved: rededicated her life to the One she thought wouldn't accept her and received deep joy and peace in return. Carol lived happily ever after - sort of. Many of the "in group" friends didn't want to hear about God, so she lost them. But Carol says she gained many more new, real friends who helped her grow in her faith.

Addictions dropped off, quality of life and content- ment grew, and she began teaching her children about mak- ing the right choices in life. She says, "my life has been full of choices, some good, some bad but I finally chose to live, and I am so happy and grateful that God never gave up on me." Carol would heartily agree - appropriately at the beginning of the new year - that if we want different results we need to make different choices.

we want different results we need to make different choices. Worldwide Photos www.eternitymatters.org.au ‘Eternity’

Worldwide Photos

www.eternitymatters.org.au ‘Eternity’ Sydney Harbour Bridge New Year’s day 2000 Faith-building true stories as a community service pacevans@gmail.com Peter: 0414 251 239

ABRA Business Member. Local businesses supporting the local community. Coastal Views, Feb 2018 Page 5
ABRA Business Member. Local businesses supporting the local community. Coastal Views, Feb 2018 Page 5
ABRA Business Member. Local businesses supporting the local community.

ABRA Business Member. Local businesses supporting the local community.

ABRA Business Member. Local businesses supporting the local community. Coastal Views, Feb 2018 Page 5
Peter & Su Readett FREE APPRAISALS SALES & PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Thinking of selling or renting
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Green waste and cardboard / paper - Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) legislation bans all councils
Green waste and cardboard / paper - Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) legislation bans all councils

Green waste and cardboard / paper - Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) legislation bans all councils state wide from sending these materials to landfill.

Computers and televisions are also be part of this ban. Therefore these materials can no longer be accepted as part of our hard waste collection.

The collection point is the Southern Waste Resource Management on Bakewell Road Seaford Rise (the Council dump off South Road N of the bridge).

There is no cost. All you need to do is take your Ewaste to the appropriate tip and they will direct you to the Ewaste section.

You leave your stuff near two containers and exit the tip depositing the card they issue you with. This card will take you off their computer.

This can be done any day of the week.

Additional disposal points have also been arranged More details about the program can be found at https:// www.electronicrecyclingaustralia.com.au/unplug-n-drop/

can be found at https:// www.electronicrecyclingaustralia.com.au/unplug-n-drop/ Coastal Views, Feb 2018 Page 8
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THERE’S SOMETHING WEIRD IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD… Who you gonna call? Cinemallunga! Get back to the 80s with a great night of movies and music as Cinemallunga presents the original ‘Ghostbusters’ on the big screen in the Willunga Festival Hall. Eighties dance band Seven Biscuits will have you up and dancing throughout the night so make sure you dust off the mullet or the frizzy perm and strut your stuff. A delicious dinner will be available and the bar is open featuring delightful wine from Shotesbrooke. All the usual Cinemallunga shenani- gans are on offer so get a group together and we'll see you there. Tickets are from $10 to $22 and are available from Tall Poppy in Willunga or online at www.trybooking.com/ TQCT. More details on Cinemallunga’s Facebook page or at cinemallunga@gmail.com

Facebook page or at cinemallunga@gmail.com "A husband who thinks he's smarter than his wife, is

"A husband who thinks he's smarter than his wife, is married to a very smart woman".

than his wife, is married to a very smart woman". www. tribefm.org.au FRIDAYS 6-9am Friday Fumble

FRIDAYS

6-9am

Friday Fumble with Michael

9am-Midday

Trev on Tribe

Midday2pm

The Mix with Wisey

2-3pm

Julie’s Countdown

3-5pm

Meri’s Poetry

5-6pm

Music Mayhem with Simon and Craig

6-7.30pm

Siren to Siren with Simon and Craig

7.30-9.30pm T

he Hands of Time with Daryl

SATURDAYS

8-9am-

Replay Dinggy Zone

9am-Midday

Rock Roll and Remember with Jeff Button

Midday-2pm

Ctrl+alt+del with Monica

2-4pm

Off The Map

4-6.30pm

The Kaos Show

6.30-9.30pm

Saturday Knights with Brenton

9.30pm-12.30am Replay The Hands of Time with Daryl

SUNDAYS

8-10am

Schools Replays - Dinggy Zone + Waldorfs

10-11am

Treble Maker with Belle

11am-Midday

Trivial Show with Peter

Midday - 3pm

Southern Rock with Ian

3-6pm

24/7

6-8pm

The Oz Effect with Wisey

8-10pm

Marty’s Transcend Show

MONDAYS

9am-Midday

The 3E Show with Bob and Anne

Midday-2pm

MamaJ’s Faves

2-4pm Monday

Bubble with Ros

4-6pm

The Retro Show with Tony Becker

TribeFM plays overnight music at the conclusion of live broadcast each evening until live broadcast commences. Please check TribeFM website for latest updates.

https://www.facebook.com/5TripleZ/commences. Please check TribeFM website for latest updates. MONDAYS: 6-8pm Tongue and Groove with Peter

MONDAYS:

6-8pm

Tongue and Groove with Peter

8-10pm

The Thiele Experience with Mark

10pm-12am

Heavy Metal Thunder with Dave Metal

TUESDAYS:

6-9am

Triple Z Breakfast with Michael Mild

9-11am

Pat - Into the Wind

11am-1pm

Forgotten Hits and Near Misses with Dale

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

WEDNESDAYS:

7-9am

Anything But with Alan

9-11am

S & M with Sally and Michael Mild

11am-1pm

Thiele Takes Over - Mark

1-3pm

Electrified with Milton

3-5pm

Melting Pot with Dudley

5-7pm

Drive-By with Z Maurada

7-9pm

The Voyage with Sean

9pm-12am

Hungry For More with Greg

THURSDAYS:

7-9am

Stuck In the Past with Alan

9-11am

Turn Your Radio On with Michelle

11am-1pm

When Good Times Go Good with Stephen

13pm

Sound of Jazz with Jack and Jake

3-5pm

Folk Harvest with Julie, David and Jane

5-7pm

Triple Z Drive with Michael Mild

7-9pm

The Local with Kym

9pm-12am

Nervous Goat

FRIDAYS

12am-6am

Triple Z plays independent Australian music at the

conclusion of live broadcast each evening between the hours of 12AM and 6/7AM. Please check ZZZ website for latest updates.

This is a general guide to Triple Z & Tribe FM programming and may be subject to change without notice.

ALDINGA COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS LUNCH For another year our Aldinga Community Christmas Lunch was a huge

ALDINGA COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS LUNCH

For another year our Aldinga Community Christmas Lunch was a huge success. A beautiful three course traditional Christmas dinner was provided on Christmas Day with the man in red arriving bringing gifts for all the children. The day was full of Christmas Spirit and was enjoyed by over 120 guests and volunteers. This is only made possible because of the wonderful support we receive from local business, organisations and community members who tirelessly work through out the year. The Aldinga Institute is a wonderful venue for our lunch and we thank the hall committee for their continued support and their volunteers who decorate the hall so beautifully.

A BIG THANK YOU TO ALL OUR SPONSORS AND SUPPORTERS

The Salvation Army

St Vincent De Paul

Centacare

Aldinga Beach Childrens Centre

St Vincent De Paul Centacare Aldinga Beach Childrens Centre Louis Place Café Bendigo Bank Home Grain

Louis Place Café

Bendigo Bank

Home Grain Bakery

Aldinga Institute

Rotary Club of Seaford

Willunga Lions Club & Den

That Cherry Guy

Aldinga Central Take away

Aldinga Country Bake House

Guy Aldinga Central Take away Aldinga Country Bake House Studio 20 Aldinga Community Centre Drakes Communities

Studio 20

Aldinga Community Centre

Drakes

Communities for Children

Country Bake House Studio 20 Aldinga Community Centre Drakes Communities for Children Coastal Views, Feb 2018
Country Bake House Studio 20 Aldinga Community Centre Drakes Communities for Children Coastal Views, Feb 2018
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OLD MILL COURT, McLAREN VALE SA 5171 (off Chalkhill Road) BIRCHALL’S AIR-CONDITIONING Pty Ltd . Phone

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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. Air Conditioning Winter Service.

A-Class Electrical Licence: PGE 192560 Refrigeration Licence Number: L022203

AU Number 23916

Refrigeration Licence Number: L022203 AU Number 23916 ALDINGA CANVAS Annexe & Tent Zips, Repairs &

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Annexe & Tent Zips, Repairs & Alterations. Boat Canopies Made. Shadecloth Sewn. Poptops Replaced. Tarps & Covers. Air Conditioner Covers Made. Trampolines Restitched.

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Mobile: 0419 473 353

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Telephone: 8327 0166

Fax:

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Coastal Views Distribution Points. Aldinga - The Shack Café & Pizzeria, Galilee Catholic School, Aldinga
Coastal Views Distribution Points. Aldinga - The Shack Café & Pizzeria, Galilee Catholic School, Aldinga

Coastal Views Distribution Points. Aldinga - The Shack Café & Pizzeria, Galilee Catholic School, Aldinga Timber - Hardware & Sprint Auto (on Lacey Drv.)

Aldinga Beach - Aldinga Beach B-7 School, Aldinga Beach Children’s Centre, Aldinga Library, Aldinga Central Shopping Centre (various locations), Aldinga Community Centre, GP Plus, Aldinga Medical Centre, Jimmies Take Away, Aldinga Beach Mini Mart, South Adelaide Real Estate, 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

Sellicks - Sellicks shop.

Willunga - Willunga Library, Willunga Bakery, Willunga Butcher, Tribe FM office.

FOR SALE

ALDINGA BEACH NEWSAGENCY

Owners wishing to retire now after almost 20 years in Aldinga.

Business ideal for couple to work together with some casual assistance.

Get in on the ground floor and well established before the next big growth spurt in the Aldinga area.

Call Geoff on 0411 274 170

or our broker

Dave Whan on 0418 815 788

EVERYONE IS WELCOME TO COME AND ENJOY

THE ALDINGA COMMUNITY GARDEN at Symonds Reserve, Stewart Ave. Aldinga Beach OPEN:

Mondays, Wednesdays & Saturdays 9.30am - 12.30pm - Plants & Vegetables on sale. 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

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 else’s). 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

LOCAL ACTIVITIES

LOCAL ACTIVITIES The Get Together Club A club exists in Aldinga Beach for adults with a

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.

ZONTA MEMBER AWARDED SOUTHERN SUBURBS VOLUNTEER SERVICE AWARD

As coordinator of Breast Cushion project, Mary Colvill has for the last 20 years ordered materials, organised

cutting (not easy with silk), sewing, stuffing and packing

days for the breast cushions

distribution to hospitals in Adelaide and then delivered them to their destinations. Mary liaises with Breast Care nurses at various hospitals and makes emergency deliveries as required. Originally we were making 20 cushions a month but this is now 30. Mary has overseen the making of more than 5,500 of these very important post-operative cushions for women who have had surgery for breast cancer. The cushions are placed under the arm on the effected side and provide comfort and stability for the patient. As they are lovingly presented with wrapping, a bow and a card, they they are an important aid to recovery. This is a very important project for the Zonta Club of Noarlunga Southern Vales and we receive many letters and donations from recipients of these pillows saying how usual they have been in their recovery. If you would like to be involved in this project with sewing or attending a packing day please contact Mary Colvill on 8382 2348. You do not need to be a member of the club to be involved but if you would like more information on our club please contact Jane Morrison on 8556 6602.

She has coordinated

contact Jane Morrison on 8556 6602. She has coordinated BIG BOOK SALE! Books to delight all

BIG BOOK SALE!

Books to delight all readers.

St Ann’s,

7 Stonehouse Lane, Aldinga

Saturday 10th February,

9 am 2 pm

BIG BOOK SALE! Books to delight all readers. St Ann’s, 7 Stonehouse Lane, Aldinga Saturday 10th

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Renovations

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Outdoor showers

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If you are having trouble with headaches, neck or back pain, shoulder problems, or a
If you are having trouble with headaches, neck or back pain, shoulder problems, or a

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

Dr Michael Ratajewski

Low force techniques and manual adjusting

Open daily Monday to Friday

Open Saturdays 8am - 10am

Exercise therapy and core stability training available

Remedial massage with Melissa Schubert

BHSc M Chiro

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Now Open Saturdays
Now
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Saturdays

Health fund rebates apply.

Chiropractic Preferred providers for MBP and BUPA.

Evening times available,

Aldinga Chiropractic Centre

Located Suite 1, 101-103 Rowley Rd

Aldinga Beach.

Email: admin@aldingachiropractic.com.au

Ph: 8557 8300

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A LDINGA D ENTAL C LINIC GENERAL & COSMETIC DENTISTRY NEW EXCITING PREMISES - SAME

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

Dr Emily Lin Angela Ferguson (Hygienist)

Ph: 8557 6598

FAMILY MEDICAL PRACTICE DR VANESSA MAYNE THE SURGERY 17 Old Coach Road Aldinga Phone: 08

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

plaster or fractures etc. F riendly, helpful services ALDINGA & SURROUNDS BREAST CANCER SUPPORT GROUP

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

WILLUNGA KICK BOXING CLUB Meet at The Old Railway Station, Railway Terrace, Willunga each Monday

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 Parker’s 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

Experience. Www.kenpo.net.au 0450 805 778 Dave Gartland Aldinga District Centre Sunflower Spiral Garden Blooms
Aldinga District Centre Sunflower Spiral Garden Blooms (planted by volunteers)
Aldinga District Centre Sunflower Spiral
Garden Blooms
(planted by volunteers)
Rhylyn Medical Services - New Patients Always Welcome For all your family’s health needs 

Rhylyn Medical Services - New Patients Always Welcome

For all your family’s health needs

Immunisations

All general health

Women’s & Men’s health

Health Assessments

Chronic Disease Management

Skin Checks

Workcover

Pre-employment medicals

Mental Health

Relationship coaching

Ante- natal and shared care

Minor Procedures

Aldinga Medical Centre

8550 2000

Mon Fri

8.30am

5.30pm

89 Rowley Road, Aldinga Beach

Saturday 8.30am

5.00pm,

Moore Street Clinic Moana Medical Centre

Now Closed 8550 2080

Mon Thurs

8.30am

5.30pm

1/381 Commercial Road, Moana

Friday

8.30am 4.30pm

Medical Excellence Serving Growing Communities

Online bookings available-simply go to the website to making an online booking

Aldinga Medical Centre Ph: 8550 2000 Ph: 8550 2000

Meet Your Local Doctor

Dr Sorcha Doyle MBChB FRACGP

Special interests: Women’s health, paediatrics, antenatal care and chronic disease management Dr Sorcha Doyle was born in Dublin, Ireland and spent her early childhood there before moving to the UK. She graduated from The University of Liverpool and after spending four years working in local hospitals, decided on a General Practice career. After working for nine years as a GP in Anfield, Liverpool she moved to County Cork in Ireland and spent a further five years working in General Practice there. In 2012 she moved to Australia permanently to be- come part of the medical team at Rhylyn Medical Services at Aldinga Medical Centre.

Sorcha works Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays and one in three Saturdays.

For your convenience, you can book appointments online with Sorcha through our website:

Sorcha through our website: www.aldingamedical.centre.com.au or phone 8550 2000. Coastal Views, Feb 2018 Page 20
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Prepared by Stan Beck 1 00 years ago Berlin Strikers told to return to work
Prepared by Stan Beck 1 00 years ago Berlin Strikers told to return to work
Prepared by Stan Beck 1 00 years ago Berlin Strikers told to return to work
Prepared by Stan Beck 1 00 years ago Berlin Strikers told to return to work

Prepared by Stan Beck

100 years ago

Berlin

Strikers told to return to work or be shot

U

K

British Hospital ship sunk by U Boat in

London

the Bristol Channel Rationing of butter, margarine & meat begins

London

Act is passed giving vote to married

Estonia

women over 30 Independence from Russia is declared

Warsaw

Protests against transfer of Polish

Paris

territories to Ukraine 45 people killed by German aeroplanes

Palestine

raid. Australian cavalry takes Jerico

Australia

Defence Dept. found to be reckless and overspending / overstocking

Songs

19yrold George Gershwin has a hit with his song ‘Swanee’

50 yrs ago

Tokyo

Lionel Rose wins Bantamweight title of

Melbourne

the world Bushfires threaten 30 homes in Fern Tree

Melbourne

Gulley in the Dandenong Range John Gorton wins bye-election in the seat of

France

Higgins The Winter Olympic games opens in

NZ

Grenoble. NZ prohibits the use of DDT on Dairy

London

Farmlands 61,377 immigrants arrived in 1967,

London

11,000 more than in 1966 Callahan restricts entry of

Atlantic

Commonwealth citizens 19 men die as trawler sinks off Iceland

US

- brings total to 60 in a month Nixon declares he will run for president

Here are some facts about the 1500s:

The floor was dirt. Only the wealthy had something other than dirt. Hence the saying, "dirt poor."

In those old days, they cooked in the kitchen with a

big kettle that always hung over the fire. Every day they

lit the fire and added things to the pot. They ate mostly

vegetables and did not get much meat. They would eat the stew for dinner, leaving leftovers in the pot to get cold overnight, then start over the next day. Sometimes stew had food in it that had been there for quite a while.

Hence the rhyme: ''Peas porridge hot, peas porridge cold, peas porridge in the pot, nine days old''.

Want to visit … Willunga Courthouse & Slate Museums 61 High Street Willunga Open in
Want to visit …
Willunga Courthouse & Slate Museums
61 High Street Willunga
Open in February*, 1-4pm:
Tuesday, 6 th
Saturday 24 th
Saturday 10 th
Sunday 25 th
Sunday 11 th
For group bookings:
Telephone: 8556 2195
Email: willunganationaltrust@gmail.com
* Unless temperature exceeds 35 o C
Celebrating Willunga’s heritage for 50 years
An opportunity to volunteer
The Willunga Branch of the National Trust has won a $10,000
Grant for Seniors from the Office of the Ageing Community.
This grant will enable us to commence and equip a major and
ongoing oral history project that will ensure that the lives and
events that contribute to Willunga’s District’s rich fabric do not
get forgotten.
Would you like to volunteer? If you are 55 years or over, are a
good communicator and would like to challenge yourself to
learn new skills, why not give us a call?
There will be a training session (mandatory) by the Oral
History Association of Australia, and you will be part of an
enthusiastic and friendly team. The main activities will
commence probably in January. For further information, email:
willunganationaltrust@gmail.com or ring Marie Noble (Project
Leader) on 0408 501 407
Star of Greece shipwreck anniversary
The Star of Greece was wrecked at Port Willunga in 1888,
which was a tragedy that is still remembered. The Star of
Greece Working Party has been convened, which is comprised
of members from various local and state organisations. This
Working Group is organising commemorations for this year.
As part of this endeavour, we would like to create a register of
artefacts from the Star of Greece, including those held in the
community. If you have an item from the Star of Greece
shipwreck, could you please contact us. All that is requested is
that you allow us to photograph and record your item.
Confidentiality will be granted on request. We would also like
to know if your ancestor witnessed the wreck or was involved
in the aftermath. Please contact Mark Staniforth at 0408 802
198 or If you would like to keep abreast of what is happening,
view our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/
groups/1893182177665121/
ABRA Business Member.
Local businesses supporting the
local community.
Your Sense & Dollars…. “A SMART Goal” by Nani Johnston 2018 is here, and we’re

Your Sense & Dollars….

“A SMART Goal” by Nani Johnston

Sense & Dollars…. “A SMART Goal” by Nani Johnston 2018 is here, and we’re already in

2018 is here, and we’re already in the second month! A new year means a new platform an opportunity to take a look at where you currently are, where you were and where you need to be.

We all tend to start the New Year with resolutions. “I will lose weight, I will exercise more, I will spend less, I will smoke less, I will be on top of my debts, I will budget, I will have my own home, I will…and I will…” But only a few of us will actually complete the sentence of “I will” with “I have” at the end of the year.

Having a goal is a good start. According to statistics, 83% of the population do not have goals. The remaining 14% have goals in their heads and only 3% have written goals. Those who do are three times more successful than those who don’t! Why do you think that is? Well, writing down goals gives you a purpose, a clarity. It is a written promise to yourself. When setting a goal, make sure it is a SMART one:

Specific Measurable Attainable Realistic and Time bound.

Examples of a SMART goal are:

SMART Goals

NOT SMART Goals

Every month I will put away $100 of my in- come towards my Bali holiday plan, starting next pay

I will start saving up for my holiday plan to Bali

I will wake up at 7am every Tuesday, Thurs- day and Saturday, for a half hour walk, start- ing this Tuesday

I will start walking in the morning, starting from this week

I hope I have inspired you to grab a pen, write down your SMART goal or goals, and plan your way getting there. Seek professional help if you need to. Some goals are achievable only if you have the right people on your side. Set milestones and reward yourself when you achieve them. Whilst we want to be serious with our goals, it is just as important to have some fun along the way. If you would like to discuss this article or need help with setting your financial goals towards home ownership, drop me an email on nani@risehigh.com.au.

ZONTA CLUB WINS PREMIER’S AWARD The Zonta Club of Noarlunga Southern Vales recently won the Premier’s Civic Improvement Award and were the overall winner of the Distinction Award for 2017 presented for an outstanding project. Each year the Government of South Australia encourages and recognises the work being done by Service Clubs by presenting various Awards. The Zonta Club of Noarlunga Southern Vales won the Award for their Healing Garden project which involved providing a healing space at one of the domestic violence shelters in the South. The aim was to establish a Healing Garden to promote a meditative area. And therefore, healing for the victims of domestic violence and their families and staff. This project was funded by the White Ribbon Breakfast Committee which annually holds a breakfast in Adelaide on White Ribbon Day on November 25 th . This project created a green, interesting and restful place for both clients and workers to spend time working through issues. Zonta members created and planted the garden and built paths to different areas of the garden. The main feature of the garden is a mulberry tree with a bench surrounding it. A dedicated small team of members for this Zonta club worked extremely hard to make this lovely garden. Zonta Club of Noarlunga Southern Vales Inc has worked closely with the Southern Domestic Service (now Women's Safety Service SA] for many years and was proud to work with them on this amazing project which produced a peaceful Healing Garden.

This club is involved in many service projects and holds monthly meetings.

Please contact Jane Morrison 0497 265 561 if you would like more information on Zonta.

Est 1997 Servicing & Mechanical Repairs Brake & Clutch CV Joint & Drive shafts EFI
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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Coastal Views, Feb 2018 Page 26

CHRISTMAS TREE FESTIVAL MEMORIES

CHRISTMAS TREE FESTIVAL MEMORIES - World of Wild Fer- mentation at the Sea- ford Community Cen-
CHRISTMAS TREE FESTIVAL MEMORIES - World of Wild Fer- mentation at the Sea- ford Community Cen-
CHRISTMAS TREE FESTIVAL MEMORIES - World of Wild Fer- mentation at the Sea- ford Community Cen-
CHRISTMAS TREE FESTIVAL MEMORIES - World of Wild Fer- mentation at the Sea- ford Community Cen-
- World of Wild Fer- mentation at the Sea- ford Community Cen- tre – Learn
-
World of Wild Fer-
mentation at the Sea-
ford Community Cen-
tre – Learn the basics
of wild fermentation and
Kombucha – get your
very own SCOBY to
take home! Saturday 3 rd
February, $45pp, book-
ings essential. Contact
the Centre on 8386 3319
The Wonderful
- Bee Keeping
Training at the Seaford
Community Centre – 7
week volunteer run pro-
gram for only $25pp.
Learn all about responsi-
ble beekeeping and
honey extraction and
more! Starting Friday 9 th
February. Contact the
Community Centre on
8386 3319 for bookings.
- Little Grubs – bring the kids along for some messy fun in the Seaford
- Little Grubs –
bring the kids along for
some messy fun in the
Seaford Community
Centre Garden. Wednes-
day 21 st February from
10.15am. Only $4 per
family
- Seaford Commu-

nity Centre’s Men’s Breakfast. Third Friday of the month enjoy a cooked breakfast, guest speakers and friendly con- versations from 9am at the Hastings Street Centre for only $7.50. Contact the Centre on 8386 3319 for more information. Kind Regards Rachel Jackson Community Development Support Officer Seaford Community Centre

What’s On Code Club 3 Join Code Club for fun, creativity, and learning through exploring.
What’s On Code Club 3 Join Code Club for fun, creativity, and learning through exploring.

What’s On

Code Club

What’s On Code Club 3 Join Code Club for fun, creativity, and learning through exploring. Try

3Join Code Club for fun, creativity, and learning through exploring. Try a variety of projects to learn different

Mondays

3.30-4.30pm

during school term

Suitable for ages 8+ | Bookings essential

Maker Lab

Explore, play, collaborate. Learn, share, create. Be a maker!

Wednesdays 3.30-4.30pm, during school term

ALDINGA LIBRARY, 11 Central Way, Aldinga Beach 8384 0022 | www.onkaparingacity.com/libraries www.facebook.com/onkaparingalibraries

LIBRARY, 11 Central Way, Aldinga Beach 8384 0022 | www.onkaparingacity.com/libraries www.facebook.com/onkaparingalibraries
8384 0022 | www.onkaparingacity.com/libraries www.facebook.com/onkaparingalibraries Coastal Views, Feb 2018 Page 28
COMMUNITY NEWS
COMMUNITY NEWS
ALDINGA BAY RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION INC. Incorporates Watch SA. Meet on 2 n d Wednesday of

ALDINGA BAY RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION INC. Incorporates Watch SA. Meet on 2 nd Wednesday of each even month at Aldinga Library community room, Central Way, 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 don’t 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 that’s 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 best thing about dictating a letter is that you can use words that you don't know how to spell".

ALDINGA BAY SURF LIFE SAVING CLUB The Sandbar Cafe at Aldinga Bay Surf Life Saving Club, Norman Road, Aldinga Beach is open for meals on Friday and Saturday from 6pm, Sunday for breakfast from 8:30am and Sunday lunch from 12pm. Also available for hire for special events. Contact Allan on 0437 882 078. Email Peter Symons on peter1955@adam.com.au or for more information visit our website at www.aldingabayslsc.com.au '

ALDINGA BAY WATCH SA (Neighbourhood Watch)

' ALDINGA BAY WATCH SA (Neighbourhood Watch) Incorporated into the Aldinga Bay Residents’ Association
' ALDINGA BAY WATCH SA (Neighbourhood Watch) Incorporated into the Aldinga Bay Residents’ Association

Incorporated into the Aldinga Bay Residents’ Association meetings, held 7.30 pm on second Wednesday of every even month at the Community Room of Aldinga Library, Central Way 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 FRED’S VAN SITE Operates weekly on Friday evenings from Aldinga Community Centre. Seeking team members. Time commitment 5.30 pm 9pm once every 4 weeks Anyone interested please contact Teresa Branch (Coordinator) 0419 857 966

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

Ling 0411 590 744 Secretary – Jackie Outram 0407 619 309 Email: aldinganc@gmail.com . ALDINGA QUILTERS

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

"English is a funny language - a fat chance and a slim chance mean the same thing"

ALDINGA SENIOR CITIZENS CLUB INC. Corner Quinliven and Valiant Roads,

Port Willunga Enquiries Phone 8556 5918 Activities include:

Mon:

Bridge @ 11am- 3pm (byo lunch)

Wed:

Club Day: Pool & Snooker 11:30 am;

Carpet Bowls: 1pm; Sausage sizzle last

Wednesday of month @ 12:30pm

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 Thursday Fortnight 10.30 -3.00pm

A Thursday night group meets at the Aldinga Library 5.30 till 7.55 pm Contact Rosemary 0417 823 176

Fri:

Email:

ALDINGA U3A

The Wednesdays afternoon lectures during Term 1 2018 are varied and of excellent content and those who attend will find them interesting, stimulating and relevant in today's world.

The Lectures are as follows :-

31st January.

documentary of their life together. 14th February Nuclear Energy for Power

Generation.

28th February Saudi Arabia and Islamic State,

Basil and Shirley

Moore.

.A

14th March

Conscription in WW1.

28th March

The Nazi Seizure of Power.

For further information on these lectures or on joining Aldinga U3A Contact Basil 8556 6514 or John 8556 6850

COOLROOM GALLERY An Artist run Co-op gallery located in the Myponga Market (old cheese factory) Myponga. Displaying paintings, textile, woodwork, glass art, jewellery, handmade/ painted objects. Open weekends and public holidays 9.30 am - 4pm You can find us on Facebook at https:// www.facebook.com/coolroomgallery/

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 Community Centre, Hastings St. Seaford. Contact Wendy 0417 895 502 or Sandra 8327 3469 BYO craft or learn something new.

COMMUNITY NEWS
COMMUNITY NEWS

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 CD’s Come and give it a try and enjoy a cuppa with us. Enquiries phone 0459 299 767 or www.fleurieuharmony.org

ABRA Business Member. Local businesses supporting the local community.

ABRA Business Member. Local businesses supporting the local community.

FLEURIEU LADIES PROBUS CLUB Meets fourth Monday of the month in the Lifecare Hall, Pridham Blvd. Aldinga Beach (opposite the Shopping Centre) at 10.00 am. Enquiries: Julie 0437860875 NEW MEMBERS WELCOME

FRIENDS OF ALDINGA SCRUB We meet at Aldinga Library Community Room, Central Way 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

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.

2 months. Find meeting details, post comments and more at – www.friendsofsellicks.com or follow us on

GALILEE OP SHOP Quinliven Road end of How Road Aldinga Beach Quality clothing for all the family at Summer Sale prices. Toys, books, gifts, kitchen gear. OPEN: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 8.45 -3.00pm. CASH only thank you. CLOSED from Thursday 14 th December to 31 st January. New Year bargains! Christmas & New Year greetings to all our customers. For donations of good quality items over the break please text 0421 867 669.

New Year greetings to all our customers . For donations of good quality items over the

GRANNIE ANNIE’S DROP IN CENTRE St Ann’s, 7 Stonehouse Lane Aldinga, Thursday Mornings 9 - 11:30. Cheerful company, free coffee / tea. Children welcome.

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

10am in the Rotary Hall on Brixton Street,

Christies 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.

in joining, please ring Ros Hutchinson, 8558 6274. LADIES PROBUS CLUB OF THE SOUTHERN VALES The

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 0426 421 128 .

The next meeting will be held on Monday, 19th February, 2018. Our Guest Speaker will be a familiar name to some Nan Whitcombe, author and poet

amongst many other accomplishments.

are looking forward to hearing her story. All

retirees are most welcome.

We

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 Margaret Beed at 0417 835 884 or email chairperson@letssouth.com. Visit the LETS South site www.letssouth.com and the blog at www.letssouth.blogspot.com.

LIONS LADIES BOUTIQUE We are at Butterworth Road, Aldinga Beach, and are open each Wednesday and Saturday from 7 am to 1.30 pm, so do come along and have a look around, you will be so surprised at what we have for sale. Our girls will be so pleased to serve you, and have a chat at the same time.

We look forward to your visit,

have any donations for us, we will be ever so happy to receive them.

Margaret Dorton, President.

and if you

85 563591

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

MEN’S 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

meeting at 6.30 pm for 6.45 pm at the Alma Hotel Willunga. VISITORS and NEW MEMBERS
COMMUNITY NEWS
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

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, Acre Avenue, Morphett Vale once a month. For more information please ring Linda on 8325 0594 or Peter on 8327 6457. Thank you. Linda - Secretary

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.

SOUTHERN VALES VIEW CLUB meets at The Alma Hotel, Willunga on the second Friday of the month 10.30 for 11.00

information. SOUTHERN VALES VIEW CLUB meets at The Alma Hotel, Willunga on the second Friday of

start, followed by a guest speaker and lunch. Interesting Outings arranged during the year. Women of all ages welcome. Supporting three students on The Smith Family Learning for Life program with their educational needs. Contact Secretary Chris Horsman on Phone: 8556 2897 Mobile: 0438 131 049 Email: chrishorsman528@gmail.com also follow us on Facebook.

STARS, the Southern Region Theatre and Arts Supporters

STARS is based at Rec Park Inc. (Festival Hall and Show Hall) Main Road, Willunga.

It brings events to the southern region to foster

a vital and diverse arts culture.

To join STARS, visit the website on www.stars.org.au and learn what is planned for this year and next and to make a booking

for any event. Great stories and pictures of our endeavours over the last few year.

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 Mandy 0422 903 257 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: $4.50 Enquiries: Judy 8323 8435

or Lesley 8323 8527

THE WILLUNGA FARMERS MARKET

CHOIR (Soulfood) The Willunga Farmers’ Market Choir is an A capella choir under the Directorship of James Moffatt (James.moffatt@internode.on.net) w hich now meets in the Music Room of the Willunga Waldorf School, 1 Jay Drive north off Aldinga Road, Willunga. Practice is on Tuesday 7.30 during school term. The choir

is for women of all ages who like to sing and

perform at a variety of community venues and functions.

If you would like more information please

email James or contact Margi : 0417 835 884

It is a joyful, talented choir whose repertoire is

wide and varied .

TREES FOR LIFE, WILLUNGA DISTRICT Willunga Trees for Life meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month except January at 7.30 pm in the Eco Classroom at Tatachilla Lutheran College, off Tatachilla Road, McLaren Vale. All welcome, supper provided. Inquiries: Saskia Gerhardy,

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.

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 competitions on Wednesday nights. Mixed on Mon/Tues. For juniors, competitions are played from 4:00pm Mon through to Thurs. If you are interested in playing, coaching or refereeing ring Petrina 0414 511 572 willunga.basketball.com.au

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

WILLUNGA DISTRICT COMMUNITY BUS INC. 18 Lacey Drive Aldinga Beach 5173. We transport the frail aged and disadvantaged door to door Monday to Friday. Phone: 8557 7899.

WILLUNGA EMBROIDERERS Meets 1 st and 3 rd 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

friendship & fun. All welcome. Beginner's classes available. For further information phone Wendy 8323 7475
COMMUNITY NEWS
COMMUNITY NEWS
ALDINGA BEACH Area 464 14/12/17 – 08/01/18 Interfere/Theft/Damage Motor Vehicle 18/12/17 DeCaux Ave Port Willunga
ALDINGA BEACH Area 464
14/12/17 – 08/01/18
Interfere/Theft/Damage Motor Vehicle
18/12/17
DeCaux Ave Port Willunga
U/k person have stolen wheels from victim’s
vehicle parked in vacant block. Total stolen
$1600.
19/12/17
Irving Rd
U/k person smashed side window of vehicle to
gain entry and stole electrical property/cash
from within. Total stolen $890.
07/01/18
Aldinga Central Shop Centre
Victim’s car stolen from shopping centre car
park. Suspect arrested by police.
Serious Criminal Trespass (Non Residence)
18/12/17
Rowley Rd
U/k person entered shed via unlocked door.
Nil damage/nil stolen.
Theft
15/12/17
Dianella Way
U/k person stole and damaged property in
shed. Total stolen $30.
16/12/17
Port Rd
Two suspects attended store and stole prop-
erty. Then ran and decamped from scene.
Total stolen $280.
18/12/17
DeCaux Ave Port Willunga
U/k person have stolen wheels from victim’s
vehicle parked in vacant block. Total stolen
$1600.
19/12/17
Irving Rd
U/k person smashed side window of vehicle to
gain entry and stole electrical property/cash
from within. Total stolen $890.
06/01/18
Pridham Blvd
Female suspect stole property from store.
Damage Property
20/12/17
Port Rd
U/k person destroyed ceramic pots at sports
club.
27/12/17
Quinliven Rd
U/k person have broken and smashed property
at sports club.
29/12/17
Aldinga Beach Rd
U/k person damaged and dented victim’s
fence.
01/01/18
Ryan Ave
U/k person set
fire to wooden structure in dog park.
Taking Off Without Payment
15/12/17
Port Rd
U/k male failed to pay for $10 fuel.
16/12/17
Port Rd
U/k male failed to pay for $35 fuel.
18/12/17
Aldinga Beach Rd
U/k male failed to pay for $44 fuel.
23/12/17
Port Rd
U/k male failed to pay for $17 fuel.
24/12/17
Port Rd
U/k male failed to pay for $59 fuel.
SC Bronwyn Knofel
You can now get current local police news
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sign up. www.sapolicenews.com.au/southcoast
Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000 all calls are
anonymous

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.

range of environmental and tourism brochures. Room for hire. RECYCLING NEWS Along with our usual aluminium,

RECYCLING NEWS Along with our usual aluminium, cork, phones, 10c containers, pens/pencils/markers, oral care and make up containers, kids fruit pouches, and fluoro globes, we now have an unplug and go cage for any power tools, kitchen appliances etc. you may have lurking around waiting to be sent somewhere ethi- cally.

WILLUNGA FARMERS MARKET Meet the grower - taste the region Every Saturday, Willunga Town Square. 8 - 12:30 pm Enquiries 8556 4297

Willunga Town Square. 8 - 12:30 pm Enquiries 8556 4297 WILLUNGA GARDEN CLUB Meets every 2nd

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 & 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

great work we do in our community. www.willungalions.com.au WILLUNGA NATIONAL TRUST The Slate Museum and Court

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 (see details p 22 )

and Sunday of the month: 1-4 pm (see details p 22 ) ABRA Business Member. Local
ABRA Business Member. Local businesses supporting the local community.

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

  WILLUNGA     UKULELES   Are you looking to:   - share your strumming
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Beginner or expert, everyone with a ukulele is welcome at Willunga

Beginner or expert, everyone with a

ukulele is welcome at Willunga

Beginner or expert, everyone with a ukulele is welcome at Willunga
Beginner or expert, everyone with a ukulele is welcome at Willunga
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Aldinga Beach CFS Call outs - December 2017 Road Crash Rescues / MVA: 4 Vehicle
Aldinga Beach CFS Call outs - December 2017 Road Crash Rescues / MVA: 4 Vehicle

Aldinga

Beach CFS

Call outs - December 2017 Road Crash Rescues / MVA: 4 Vehicle Fires: 0 Fixed

Call outs - December 2017 Road Crash Rescues / MVA: 4 Vehicle Fires: 0 Fixed Alarms: 3 Grass / Rubbish fires: 6 Structure Fires: 2 Gas/Fuel fires :2 Other calls: 2

/ MVA: 4 Vehicle Fires: 0 Fixed Alarms: 3 Grass / Rubbish fires: 6 Structure Fires:
/ MVA: 4 Vehicle Fires: 0 Fixed Alarms: 3 Grass / Rubbish fires: 6 Structure Fires:
/ MVA: 4 Vehicle Fires: 0 Fixed Alarms: 3 Grass / Rubbish fires: 6 Structure Fires:
/ MVA: 4 Vehicle Fires: 0 Fixed Alarms: 3 Grass / Rubbish fires: 6 Structure Fires:
/ MVA: 4 Vehicle Fires: 0 Fixed Alarms: 3 Grass / Rubbish fires: 6 Structure Fires:
/ MVA: 4 Vehicle Fires: 0 Fixed Alarms: 3 Grass / Rubbish fires: 6 Structure Fires:
/ MVA: 4 Vehicle Fires: 0 Fixed Alarms: 3 Grass / Rubbish fires: 6 Structure Fires:

CHURCH

ALDINGA BAY BAPTIST CHURCH Aldinga Bay Baptist Church Sundays 10am and 6pm Meets Southern Vales Christian College, Gymnasium. For further information please contact Andrew 0416 073 710 www.aldingabaybaptist.org.au

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 chat at

10am.

Our worship service is at 10.45 am with Holy Communion being celebrated on the second Sunday of the month. On the 3rd Sunday, we have a shared family lunch. Wednesday at 12 noon, the "Reflections" Bible Study is followed by BYO lunch and "Drop In" for Craft, Games and conversation between 2pm and 4pm.

All welcome For information Contact Jim 7324 3326 or Tina 8556 5287 or visit us on Facebook.

Jim 7324 3326 or Tina 8556 5287 or visit us on Facebook. ALMOND GROVE FAMILY CHURCH

ALMOND GROVE FAMILY CHURCH If you’re looking for a vibrant, family-oriented Pentecostal church community, we’d love for you to join with us for our Sunday Worship service – 10:00 am at ‘The Granary,’ 32 Old Main South Road, Aldinga. There are a number of ways you can get involved in church life at

Almond Grove – if you’re after more details, please phone our office on (08) 8557 7299, or email us at info@almondgrove.org.au

We’d love to see you soon!

Pastor David Busby

www.almondgrove.org.au

APP CHURCH Applications For Life Cnr of Tongalla and Hastings Street, Seaford Sunday service at 9:30am Includes Kids Church, Connect groups on Tuesday nights, Prayer night on Wednesdays , Youth Co. Friday nights Contact: Ps Josh Pitman 0408 080 822 All Welcome www.appchurch

ALDINGA.

CATHOLIC PARISH OF WILLUNGA Mass in Mary of Galilee Catholic Church, Corner

Quinliven & How Roads each Saturday evening at 5:30 pm.

WILLUNGA.

Mass 1st, 3rd & 5th Sundays at 8.30 am,

2nd & 4th Sundays at 10.30 am. Confession before Mass.

Parish Priest: Father Gauci.

Parish Centre: Ph. 8556 2132.

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

SERVICES

EXPERIENCE THE REALITY OF GOD ALL WELCOME Every Sunday 10am Arts Centre, Port Noarlunga. SA www.presencechurch.com.au Mobile: 0447 873 773

SA www.presencechurch.com.au Mobile: 0447 873 773 SEAFORD COMMUNITY CHURCH We are a worshipping caring Church

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 8327 2135

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. At 11:10 am we commence Divine Service with various guest speakers. Fellowship lunch once per month. All welcome to our friendly church Contact details- Joe Griffiths 8556-6364/ 0402931476

THE SALVATION ARMY - Aldinga OUR MISSION: Transforming Lives; Caring for People; Making Disciples; Reforming Society. WORSHIP SERVICES: Sunday 5pm, Enquiries ph. Judy 0403175442 PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT: Positive Lifestyle Program: By appointment. All enquiries, Ph. 8382 1600

WILLUNGA UNITING CHURCH Willunga Uniting Church Worship time 10.30am each Sunday Faith sharing, prayers and a cuppa, Breakfasts gatherings, meditation and music. Fair Trade goods used. Come and See! Contact: 0433 389 708

ANGLICAN CHURCH

Pastoral District of Southern Vales

Enquiries: 8323 9744

Willunga

Saturday 5.30 pm, St Stephen’s

Aldinga

St Andrew’s Terrace, Willunga Sunday 9 am, St Ann’s 7 Stonehouse Lane, Aldinga, off Main South Rd

Activities for children.

McLaren Vale Sunday 10 am, Wednesday 9 am St Margaret’s, 99 Main Road, McLaren Vale

Seaford:

Seaford Ecumenical Mission A warm welcome to all. Stay for refreshments afterwards.

Sunday 10.30 am, St Nicholas’,

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8381

6161

Aldinga Community Centre

8556

5940

Anglicare - Christies Beach Financial Counselling

1800

759 707

Emergency Assistance

1800

748 149

(call at 9am for an appointment between 10am-12pm)

8186 8900

Centacare Southern Counselling Service.8557 9050

Family & Individual Counselling …

City of Onkaparinga

1800

1800

1300

1800

0410

1300

8384

0666

Crimestoppers

333 000

Domestic Violence Helpline

800 098

Drug & Alcohol Info. Service

13 1340

Flinders Medical Centre

8204

5511

Gambling Helpline

060 757

GP Aldinga After Hours Clinic

190 291

GP Plus Aldinga

8557

9500

Legal Advice Line

366 424

LifeLine

13

11 14

McLaren Vale War Memorial Hospital

8323

6600

Mental Health Emergency

13

14 65

Noarlunga Hospital

8384

9222

Noarlunga Private Hospital

8384

9372

Onkaparinga Youth Services - Aldinga

Parent Helpline

Poisons Info hotline ………………………….13 11 26

182 160

8276 9666 1800 254 373

RSPCA SA ……………………………1300 4 777 22

Seniors Information Service The Salvation Army - Noarlunga

Mon - Thurs - phone for appointment 8:45 Uniting Communities -

636 368

8384 6014

Public Transport Infoline Repat. Gen.

8557 7555

364 100

1300

1800

1800

Family Relationship Centre

8202 5200

Communities for Children

8202 5944

Vinnies (Emergency Relief / Financial Counselling)

Youth Helpline

1300 729 202

1300 131 719

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