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Free Newsletter No. 448 Next meeting of ABRA (incorp. Watch SA) May 2018 (Servicing Aldinga
Free Newsletter No. 448 Next meeting of ABRA (incorp. Watch SA) May 2018 (Servicing Aldinga
Free Newsletter
No. 448
Next meeting of ABRA
(incorp. Watch SA)
May 2018
(Servicing Aldinga Bay
& Willunga Basin)
Distribution 1,800
All proceeds go back
into the community.
will be the be held on
Wednesday,
13 th June 2018
at 7.30 pm at the
ALDINGA LIBRARY
Community Room,
Central Way, Aldinga Beach
Photo: Hart Road Wetland - looking
East
INDEX INSIDE
Coastal Views, May 2018 Page 2
ALDINGA BAY RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION Dear Reader, Index 3 Can you help? Are you a long
ALDINGA BAY RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION
Dear Reader,
Index
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Can you help?
Are you a long time resident? Have relatives that are?
We have been approached re a local history question that no
one has answered for us yet. Check p 22 and see if you can
help us out.
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We’ve had no ABRA report submitted this month.
The meeting with the guest speaker re Council waste was
disappointingly poorly attended. John came up with some
eye opening facts revealed from FOI applications which
further reinforced a feeling that this administration suffers a
culture of deceit and cover-up. Yvonne Wenham pointed
out there is a Facebook page set up dedicated to the issue
and it is very strongly supported.
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29 - 32
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hope you enjoy the issue
Kevin Hutton - Editor
ABRA News / editorial
Art News
Auto Section
Campfires & Crows
CFS Corner
Church Notices, News
Classifieds
Community Centre
Community News
Community Radio
Emergency Numbers
Environmental
Film
Finance tips
Health Section
History
Letters
Library
Markets
Real Estate
School News
Youth Activities
Watch SA report
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Quote of the month:

Believe in yourself! Have faith in your abilities! Without

a humble but reasonable confidence in your own powers you cannot be successful or happy.

- Norman Vincent Peale

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.

is printed your name will be acknowledged on the photo. Wednesday June 13 t h 2018
is printed your name will be acknowledged on the photo. Wednesday June 13 t h 2018
is printed your name will be acknowledged on the photo. Wednesday June 13 t h 2018
Wednesday June 13 t h 2018 - 7:30 pm Incorporating: Aldinga Library Community Room Aldinga
Wednesday June 13 t h 2018 - 7:30 pm Incorporating: Aldinga Library Community Room Aldinga
Wednesday June 13 t h 2018 - 7:30 pm Incorporating: Aldinga Library Community Room Aldinga
Wednesday June 13 t h 2018 - 7:30 pm Incorporating: Aldinga Library Community Room Aldinga
Wednesday June 13 t h 2018 - 7:30 pm Incorporating: Aldinga Library Community Room Aldinga
Wednesday June 13 t h 2018 - 7:30 pm Incorporating: Aldinga Library Community Room Aldinga
Wednesday June 13 t h 2018 - 7:30 pm Incorporating: Aldinga Library Community Room Aldinga

Wednesday June 13 th 2018 - 7:30 pm

Wednesday June 13 t h 2018 - 7:30 pm Incorporating: Aldinga Library Community Room Aldinga Beach.

Incorporating:

Wednesday June 13 t h 2018 - 7:30 pm Incorporating: Aldinga Library Community Room Aldinga Beach.

Aldinga Library Community Room Aldinga Beach.

ARE YOU A MEMBER OF ABRA? See p.34

t h 2018 - 7:30 pm Incorporating: Aldinga Library Community Room Aldinga Beach. ARE YOU A
Andrew Chan youtube.com LIFE DEATH LIFE On the second last day of April 2015 Andrew

Andrew Chan

Andrew Chan youtube.com LIFE DEATH LIFE On the second last day of April 2015 Andrew Chan

youtube.com

LIFE DEATH LIFE

On the second last day of April 2015 Andrew Chan was exe- cuted by firing squad in Indonesia for drug trafficking. As the official clock counted down the condemned group's last heart-beats on this planet, Andrew did what had become natural to him. He embraced and consoled the visi- bly upset members of the firing squad. He led the other con- demned men in loud singing of Christian praise and worship songs - among them, 'Amazing Grace'; he refused the blind- fold and instead put on the glasses he didn't like wearing so he could look sincerely, kindly and forgivingly into the eyes of his executioners as they fired - the second chorus of their last song unfinished. Andrew Chan previously was probably not the sort of man deserving of a glowing CV; whom many would quickly want to befriend or let into their nice clean circle. He was involved in crime and presumably most things that

goes with it. So why and how the change of heart? 1 It was after he was arrested with the other 'Bali Nine' that he was placed in solitary confinement. He figured that 'if they were going to kill me anyway, I'd just do it myself.' But the immediate thought of 'that heaven/hell issue' stayed his hand. He said he wanted to go to heaven but didn't know how, and although prayer was probably involved, he didn't know how to do that either. Time passed, events happened, a Bible was given him. He read it but 'didn't get it'; was told to read the New Testament (that he didn't know was in the Bible) and after reading the Gospels, still 'didn't get it'. Then a Scripture 'jumped out at him': the one in the above photo (about need- ing just a tiny mustard-seed of faith to move mountains) and

- just before his court date - he somehow mustered enough

faith to ask God to free him. At court he was sentenced to death; and reasonably enough complained to God, 'I asked you to set me free, not kill me!' No radical change in his outlook. Then, as the Good Book says, 'it's the goodness of God that leads sinners to repentance' happened for him. He heard God speak:

'Andrew, I have set you free from the inside out.

I have given you life!'

you free from the inside out. I have given you life!' Worldwide Photos www.eternitymatters.org.au ‘Eternity’

Worldwide Photos

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

1. Other references from Google search.

ABRA Business Member. Local businesses supporting the local community. Coastal Views, May 2018 Page 5
ABRA Business Member. Local businesses supporting the local community. Coastal Views, May 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, May 2018 Page 5
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Web: www.southadelaidere.com.au ALDINGA BAY CROQUET CLUB Local Members in State Squad (left)
Web: www.southadelaidere.com.au ALDINGA BAY CROQUET CLUB Local Members in State Squad (left)

ALDINGA BAY CROQUET CLUB

Local Members in State Squad

(left)

Julie and Jim Grindrod being presented with squad shirts by Tony and Clare Day from Days Landscaping and Royal Grass who are spon- sors of the Golf Croquet State Squad.

For further information on Association or Golf Croquet please phone:

Ken Taylor on 85563787 or Bob McMillan on 0407 788 704

or Golf Croquet please phone: Ken Taylor on 85563787 or Bob McMillan on 0407 788 704
Coastal Views, May 2018 Page 7
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/

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Recycling of fluoros, mobile phones, aluminium, cork, pens/pencils/markers, electronics with un- plug’n drop,

Terracycle agent for pens/pencils/markers, kids fruit pouches, Make up containers, oral care products.

Reference library. Home Energy Audit kit.

Regular guest speakers.

Books for sale.

Large range of environmental and tourism brochures.

Coastal Views, May 2018 Page 9
Coastal Views, May 2018 Page 9
Coastal Views, May 2018 Page 9
https://www.facebook.com/5TripleZ/ MONDAYS: 6-8pm Prelude 8-10pm The Thiele Experience with Mark
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Anything But

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Pat - Into the Wind

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Off the Beat ‘n’ Track with Denis

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Global Beat with Cheri

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Dust Radio with Steve, Scott and Honest

9pm-12am

Hedgehog Lodge with Hedge

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Triple Z Breakfast Program

9-11am

Michael Mild/TBC

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Thiele Takes Over - Mark

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Electrified with Milton

3-5pm

Melting Pot with Dudley

5-7pm

On the Road Again with Michele

7-9pm

The Voyage with Sean

9pm-12am

Hungry For More

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Stuck in the Past

9-11am

Triple Z Morning Program

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When Good Times Go Good with Stephen

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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 -6/7am

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.

12AM and 6/7AM. Please check ZZZ website for latest updates. www. tribefm.org.au FRIDAYS 6-9am Friday Fumble

FRIDAYS

6-9am

Friday Fumble with Michael

9am-Midday

Trev on Tribe: incorporating The Interactive Gardening Show

Midday2pm

The Mix with Wisey

2-3pm

Waldorf Salad

3-4pm

Julie’s Countdown

4-5pm

Meri’s Poetry

5-6pm

Music Mayhem with Simon and Craig

6-7.30pm

Siren to Siren Sports Show

7.30-10.30pm

The Hands of Time with Daryl

11pm-Midnight

The Ragged Ballerina - Relaxation with Passion with Rusty

SATURDAYS

8-9am-

Waldorf Salad Replay

9am-Midday

Rock Roll and Remember with Jeff Button

Midday-1.30pm

Ctrl+alt+del with Monica

1.30-5/5.30pm

Southern Football League Outside Broadcasts

5/5.30-7.30pm

The Kaos Show

7.30-9.30pm

Saturday Knights with Brenton

9.30-10.30pm

DJ Mix with Mitchell Hughes

SUNDAYS

7-9am

Red Rust Show Replay

9-10am

Dinggy Zone - Replay

10-11am Treble Maker with Belle

11am-Midday

Trivial Show with Peter

Midday - 3pm

Southern Rock with Ian

3-4pm

New Show/New Presenter! - check website

4-6pm

The Indigo Show with Vivian

6-8pm

The Oz Effect with Wisey

8-10pm

Transcendence with Marty

10pm-1am

Hands of Time with Daryl - Replay

MONDAYS

1am-3am

The Ragged Ballerina - Relaxation with Passion by Rusty

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.

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

Community Radio in Australia “Your Tribe” FM is your local community radio station. The station

Community Radio in Australia

“Your Tribe” FM is your local community radio station. The station is built to serve the whole community of Onkaparinga. “Your Tribe” FM does this by being an “Open Ac- cess” station to the Onkaparinga Area. This is so that local voices can be aired of all ages and of all backgrounds.

We are often asked what type or genre of music does Tribe FM want its presenters to play. The answer is we as a community station want each presenter to play the music that matters to them so that the listeners can hear the joy and the passion of their views of what the music matters to them shine through. Mixed with announcing a local notices of events and local news and weather the listeners get to hear and interact with a station that truly reflects the community they all live in.

“Open Access” allows members of Your Tribe FM to also send new live and pre-recorded shows to be played on-air. These shows can be sent from local Schools and Community Centres where Tribe FM can run training courses to give people the skills and tools to produce their own shows. Or if transport or just stepping out the door is an issue we can receive shows from those that are unable to travel from their own homes.

The Onkaparinga Area is one of the largest areas in South Australia with a diverse range of residents. The northern most tip of the area has metropolitan influences and the south most tip has rural influences with the hills to the east and the beach to the west. Within this area are a wonderful range of lifestyle cultures that allow residents and visitors to express their views and mix with others of similar views and enjoy the experience of observing differing views. What type of cultures do you see around this district, Beach Culture, Wine Culture, Hills Culture, Vineyard Culture, Arts Culture. Wonderful! Is it heaven on earth!

HEARTBEAT of ONKAPARINGA YOUR TRIBE FM is a TRUE REFLECTION of the community IT SERVES.

Become a Member, become a Sponsor, Support Your Tribe FM. http://tribefm.org.au For a better Community in Onkaparinga.

Next month what is WHAT MAKES a SHOW?

CAN YOU HELP US?

With the new kiosk being built at the Aldinga Beach (Morgan Street) ramp, the new owners are trying to find out when the original kiosk was built there. Council records don’t help as most of Willunga Council archives were dumped during the amalgamation process, We have ascertained that it was there in 1959 but not pre- sent in an aerial photo taken in 1949. Email or ring us if you know & we can pass it on. (Ed)

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Cassowaries If you mentioned the word ‘Cassowary’ to the average Australian, they probably wouldn’t know what you were talking about. They would be surprised that there is a flightless bird , not quite the size of an Emu, but heavier, to be found in the rainforests of North Queensland.

Since I was a kid I have had a fascination with these birds, although it wasn’t until I began running four wheel drive vehicle safaris to Cape york peninsula in 1969, that I saw my first one in the wild. Just a fleeting moment as it ran across the track in front of the vehicle, but it more than made my day. My next sighting wasn’t until the late 1980’s. A mate of mine, the late Bill Oliver and I had dropped a party off at Bamaga near Cape York, and were driving back home in two vehicles. A cyclone had recently flattened large areas of rainforest in the Mission beach region. Local Cassowaries, denied much of their main food source of native tropical fruits, were starving, and coming into the township where locals were feeding them with fruit. It undoubtably saved many, but at the expense of the odd pet Labrador etc. These birds have a deadly kick, and are potentially dangerous to humans in certain situations. A lot more than usual became victims to vehicles and packs of large domestic dogs. I knew of an Ornithologist studying them in the area, and she suggested an area where we might get a sighting, so we camped there late one afternoon. I was sitting on the roofrack having a beer, and Bill was scratching around in the back of my vehicle after veggies for the evening meal. Then, to my delight, I saw an adult male Cassowary emerge from the forest, and begin stalking purposefully towards our camp. Probably with food on it’s mind. I tried ‘whispering loudly’ to Bill, but he didn’t hear. I became speechless as the bird walked right up to the back of the troopie, and darted it’s head in right next to Bill’s… who said @!1> Rex, what will I do ? Scientific answers deserted me, so I yelled, ‘ Give it an onion’ He did, and our bird headed back to the forest with a less than ideal ‘human handout’ making its way down its long neck. We were pretty excited, especially Bill, who reckoned he’d had a ‘near death’ experience.

More so next morning, when a pair of them visited us, but no

more A couple of weeks ago , Patti and I were spending a couple of

onions

were

offered.

days near Malanda on the Atherton tableland. We were staying with friends, one of the old Crocodile hunters, and his artist wife, who live in a secluded rainforest location. After another more recent cyclone, he had saved a young near dead male Cassowary, and restored it to health. It had returned to the bush, mated, and began visiting Richard and Helen with its new chick [Like Emus, male Cassowaries bring up the chicks] As soon as we pulled up at their house, we were ‘confronted’ with the bird[s]. Richard came out and held a rolled up umbrella above the adult birds head, which very successfully ‘diluted’ its attitude. To me, that moment would have been worth the drive up there, but then I’m a ‘Cassowary devotee’. That night we camped in a rainforest clearing about a kilometre from the house. Next morning I was standing near our vehicle, and Patti was sitting in a chair having some cereal. About ten metres behind her the same Cassowary and chick suddenly stepped out of the forest, and headed her way. I said something like “we’ve got company, but don’t panic !”, as I hastily chucked our Jack Russell back into the vehicle. Patti froze over her muesli while I took some photographs. We didn’t feed the birds, and they just wandered back into the bush. A good moment.

Later that morning we were sitting out on the deck at the house having a coffee, when a young female cassowary appeared. Richard suggested to Patti that she give it a banana. She did, and still had all her fingers left after the event. We left later that day, all ‘cassowaried up’

Unfortunately, Cassowaries are on the endangered list, with only an estimated four thousand birds in the wild, and are one of the eight birds a mate and I are walking the salt lakes for [See my website ‘ walking salt lakes for endangered bird recovery projects] to raise desperately needed dollars. A dedicated group [Rainforest rescue], based in Cairns raise money to buy back specific rainforest ‘realestate ’,creating corridors between large tracts of suitable habitat, and other projects. They only have another year’s Government funding before it is withdrawn, so feel free to donate to them direct, or via my website to Birdlife Australia. To imagine Australia without these magnificent birds is too horrible to contemplate.

THINK ON THIS !!

* If you attempt to rob a bank you won't have any trouble with rent/food or bills for the next 10 years, whether or not you are successful.

* Do twins ever realize that one of them is unplanned?

* What if my dog only brings back my ball because he thinks I like throwing it?

* If poison expires, is it more poisonous or is it no longer poi- sonous?

* Which letter is silent in the word "Scent," the S or the C?

* Why is the letter W, in English, called 'double U'? Shouldn't it be called double V?

* Maybe oxygen is slowly killing you and It just takes 75-100 years to fully work.

* Every time you clean something, you just make something else dirty

Home, sweet home for antechinus on the Fleurieu

One of the rarest marsupials in the state has been found setting up house on the Fleurieu Peninsula.

Natural Resources Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges staff discovered two yellow-footed antechinus (anti- kynus) while monitoring nest boxes in a Fleurieu conser- vation park.

The boxes were set-up in a prescribed burn site and now, 18 months post fire, a pair of antechinus have moved in. It’s likely the antechinus hid in tree hollows or logs dur- ing the fire and are now feasting on insects and spiders thriving in the regenerating bush.

The marsupials are a threatened species in South Austra- lia and only slighter larger than a house mouse. In fact, they are often mistaken for mice, especially as they are notorious for getting into pantries and pilfering food. You can tell them apart from mice by the white rings around the eye, yellow belly and feet, and a double-lobed ear.

If you live on a rural property on the Fleurieu or in the Mount Lofty Ranges, please be aware of small native mammals when baiting or trapping rats or mice.

small native mammals when baiting or trapping rats or mice. Photo: yellow-footed antechinus taken out of
small native mammals when baiting or trapping rats or mice. Photo: yellow-footed antechinus taken out of

Photo: yellow-footed antechinus taken out of a nest box to check the sex and weight, then immediately returned to the nest box (Elisa Sparrow)

(From AMLR eNews 8 th March 2018)

What Gender is a Computer?

An English teacher was explaining to his students the concept of gender association in the English language. He stated how hurricanes at one time were given feminine names and how ships and planes were usually referred to as “she”. One of the students raised their hand and asked, “What gender is a computer”? The teacher wasn't certain which it was, so he divided the class into two groups, males in one, females in the other and asked them to decide if a computer should be masculine or feminine. Both groups were asked to give four reasons for their rec- ommendation.

The group of women concluded that computers should be referred to in the masculine gender because:

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3. They are supposed to help you solve your problems, but

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2. The native language they use to communicate with other

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4. As soon as you make a commitment to one, you find

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MOZZIE MONITORS

(Repeated from last month)

A/Professor Craig Williams - Associate Head Re- search/Research Degrees Coordinator: School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences - University of South Australia has notified us that the Uni is doing a Mozzie Monitoring project.

Attached is the relevant section of his email:

Dear colleagues, This email is just a short heads-up to let you know that we are about to launch ‘Mozzie Monitors’. This is a new citizen sci- ence initiative to increase our mosquito surveillance. The pro- ject is being crowd-funded, and a news and fund-raising cam- paign is being run by UniSA.

We will be calling for donations and participants for the mozzie monitor scheme. Of course, the more money we raise, the more mozzie monitors we can have out in the community. In some promising early news, the Western Australian Health Department has already pledged $10,000, and I’ve put in my own personal funds into the project. So we will be up and roll- ing, and looking to link with individuals, community groups, schools and local councils to raise money and recruit mozzie monitors. We are looking to transform mosquito surveillance in Australia, and at the same time help the public understand these annoying disease-carrying, but interesting animals.

8302 1906 craig.williams@unisa.edu.au

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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, Rowley Road Clinic, Jimmies Take Away, Snapper Point 7 Day Super Deli, South Adelaide Real Estate, Aldinga Bay Foodstore, Century 21 Real Esate.

McLaren Vale - ZZZ Office (behind hospital), McLaren Vale Hospital, 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.

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.

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

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

Attention Grabber WARREN’S SA ELECTRICAL   Switchboard upgrades  Renovation rewires Power
Attention Grabber
Attention Grabber

WARREN’S SA

ELECTRICAL

Switchboard upgrades Renovation rewires

Power points/lighting Ceiling fans Smoke detectors

Warren Hancock

Warren Hancock

Ph. 0451 008 535

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

PGE 171096

Licensed contractor

NEED A PLUMBER WHO THINKS CREATIVELY?

Renovations

Hot water

Phone Alan on 0412 782 286

General gas plumbing

email: ahts@westnet.com.au www.ahtsplumbingandgas.com.au

Rainwater plumbing

Shed conversions

Outdoor showers

License/Reg No. PGE244585

 Shed conversions  Outdoor showers License/Reg No. PGE244585 Coastal Views, May 2018 Page 16
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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

BHSc M Chiro

B. Hlth Sc, B. Sc (chiro), B Chiro

Now Open Saturdays
Now
Open
Saturdays

available

Remedial massage with Melissa Schubert and Philip Coulson

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

www.aldingachiropractic.com.au

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

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

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

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Claudia 0415 929 183 www.facebook.com/ aldinga & surrounds bc support group Coastal Views, May 2018 Page
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,

Moana Medical Centre

8550 2080

Mon Thurs

8.30am 5.30pm

1/381 Commercial Road, Moana

Friday

8.30am 4.30pm

CLOSED SUNDAYS AND PUBLIC HOLIDAYS

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 Sarah Bainbridge-Smith

MD

Special interests: Palliative care We are pleased to welcome Sarah to the team at Aldinga Medical Centre. Sarah joins us as a registrar, having previously worked at Kingston Family Clinic and will be with us until the end of July 2018 and hopefully for a further six month rotation after that (end January 2019).

Sarah works

week and monthly all day Saturday.

Monday, Tuesday and Friday each

Sarah has worked with a variety of patients, from pae- diatric through to the elderly and she would like to build on this to gain as broad an exposure to general practice as possible.

Sarah likes to keep life interesting - in her previous life, she was a winemaker!

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

2000

FLU IS A SERIOUS ILLNESS Vaccination is your best form of defence against seasonal influenza

FLU IS A SERIOUS ILLNESS

Vaccination is your best form of defence against seasonal influenza This service is free to the following eligible patients. Even if you do not qualify for free vaccination, The seasonal flu vaccine is strongly recommended.

o

Those over 65 years of age

o

Pregnant womensafe for mother and baby at any stage of pregnancy

o

ATSI patients 6 months up to 5 years

o

ATSI patients 15 years and over

o

People aged six months or older with certain chronic medical conditions:- Cardiac disease Chronic respiratory conditions including severe asthma Other chronic illnesses requiring regular medical follow up, for example diabetes, chronic renal failure etc Some chronic neurological conditions People with impaired immunity Children on long term aspirin therapy

If you’d like to have a free flu vaccine simply ring Aldinga Medical Centre on 8550 2000 and speak to our reception staff about an appointment.

Medical Centre on 8550 2000 and speak to our reception staff about an appointment. Coastal Views,
Prepared by Stan Beck 100 yrs ago Australia Australia Australia The Govt. has promised that
Prepared by Stan Beck
100 yrs ago
Australia
Australia
Australia
The Govt. has promised that every returned
serviceman will receive 2guineas a week
The production of Lead, Zinc, Copper
doubled to 210,000 tonnes during WWI
The Non-Aboriginal population reaches 5
million
Queensland Palm island established as an Aboriginal
station
Willunga Courthouse & Slate Museums
61 High Street Willunga
Melbourne
Melbourne
Boys aged 18 – 20 no longer need parents’
consent to enlist
3,000 Australians reported to be prisoners of
war.
U.S.
Dame Nellie Melba concert tour has raised 75,000
pounds for the war effort
London
Ireland
Moscow
Moscow
Government abolishes meatless days
500 Sinn Fein members are arrested and
imprisoned including de Valera
The trial of Czar Nicholas has been ordered
Martial law is declared
Exciting events for May
Cinemallunga
Saturday May 5 - Cinemallunga Presents Willunga Talkies of
1936, Willunga Show Hall, Willunga, 6.30pm for 7pm
Following the discovery of an original 1936 running sheet at
the Willunga Show Hall, Cinemallunga, with the assistance of
Willunga Branch, is staging a re-enactment of a night at the
cinema in 1936! Book through www.trybooking.com/UEQS
50 yrs ago
NSW Rains fell to much of the state ending a
Willunga Slate Weekend
Saturday, 19 May - Willunga Slate: Uses Old and New, 2pm
See how the Willunga Slate Industry, since 1840, has left its
mark on the township of Willunga. Explore Willunga's new
streetscape and discover the historic buildings and cottages.
Observe the use of slate in the nineteenth century and its use
now, both freshly quarried and re-purposed.
crippling 4 year drought
Queensland A proposal to take lime deposits from Ellison
Reef on the G.B.Reef was rejected by govt.
Canberra
Canberra
Canberra
Canberra
Prince Philip arrives for a three week tour of
Australia
Haile Sellassie – Emperor of Ethiopia- on a
5 day visit
Indian PM . Mrs Indira Gandhi begins a visit
to Australia
National Service Act is passed, penalties for
Sunday 20 May - Willunga Slate Carvings: The Story
Continues, Uniting Church, Willunga 2pm
Willunga's slate carvings are a rural folk art that is unique. Our
speaker, Dr Paddy O’Toole, will locate Willunga's carvings on
the world stage and demonstrate how the carvings inform us of
life in the nineteenth century. In this presentation, you will see
objects rarely viewed and discover their significance.
evasion of training now increased
London West Bromwich Albion beat Everton 1 – Nil
UK
UK
in F.A. Cup Final
Bobby Charlton scores his 45 th goal - a record
- in his 85 th cap for England
Sir Ivor wins the derby
Sunday 20 May - Methodists and Monuments: A Cemetery
Walk, Uniting Church, Willunga 3.15pm
The Willunga Wesleyan Methodist (now Uniting) Cemetery
was established in 1844, and the earliest monument dates from
1846. Join us on this cemetery walk which focuses on the
Wesleyan Methodists who built Willunga in the nineteenth and
twentieth centuries. See how the Willunga slate industry is
reflected in their monuments.
Vietnam 3 Australian correspondents and 1 other
gunned down by Vietcong
France Students strike and workers back the students
bringing France to a state of chaos
Contact Willunga National Trust to reserve your place: 08
8556 2195 or email willunganationaltrust@gmail.com
Music
Johnny Farnham record ”Sadie” has topped
the charts for weeks
A bit of trivia, just in case you didn’t already know.
Life in the 1500s
Sometimes they could obtain pork, which made them
feel quite special. When visitors came over they would
Star of Greece shipwreck commemorations
On July 13, 1888 Star of Greece was wrecked at Port
Willunga. Many residents were involved in the rescue,
including Charles Addison, James Nelson, Hyett Shepherd,
Benjamin Sparrow, William Bowering, Thomas Martin,
Noah Crisp, F. Culley,
J. Fidge, J. McBurney and Mr Lovelock. Are you related to or
descended from any of
hang up their bacon, to show off. It was a sign of wealth
these people or perhaps
your ancestor is
someone who we do not
ABRA Business Member.
Local businesses supporting the
local community.

know about? Perhaps you have or know the location of an object related to the Star of Greece, such as letters of commendation sent to some of the rescuers? If so, we would love to hear from you.

Phone: Mark Staniforth, Convenor of Star of Greece Working Group - 0408 802 198 or email mark.staniforth@flinders.edu.au

Your Sense & Dollars….

mark.staniforth@flinders.edu.au Your Sense & Dollars…. “Getting Rid of Bad Debts” by Nani Johnston I have

“Getting Rid of Bad Debts” by Nani Johnston

I have previously written about having good vs bad debt (June 2017). (Check our website for old copies - Ed.) If you discover that you already have bad debt and they are getting out of hands, don’t panic. Having the right mindset is a first step towards tackling the issue. A bad debt is merely an obstacle not a disaster. The important thing is to recognise the issue and have a plan in place to remove them. Don’t default. Continue to make the minimum payments, whilst you work out a pathway to reduce the debt over time.

Firstly, list all your bad debts, by amount owed, the minimum repayment and interest rate. There are a few different schools of thought on which debts should be paid down first. Some will say pay a debt with the highest balance first, others will say pay one with the highest interest rate first. My recommended approach is to work out which debt is the easiest for you to reduce first in the shortest time possible. The reason I suggest this is so you will start with a goal that is easiest for you to complete. Remember, debts gone means additional money you can put towards your next bad debt. You will have wins which will pull you through as you work closer towards your bigger and harder debts.

After making a list of your bad debts, another option is to call the credit companies and negotiate with them. The right debt negotiation can protect your credit rating. In negotiation, it is important to stay calm and reasonable, think from the companies’ perspective. What is the win-win outcome for you and those companies? Once agreement is achieved, make sure you stick to your side of the bargain and follow through.

If you have defaulted on your debts, you should remember that settling a default account does not always necessarily mean removal of the default record. In most cases, the credit companies may agree to reduction of debt or a payment

that a man could, "Bring home the bacon." They would cut

off a little to share with guests and would all sit around talking and ''chew the fat''.

all sit around talking and ''chew the fat''. arrangement, but may refuse to remove the default

arrangement, but may refuse to remove the default record. If this is your situation, I recommend

seeking the assistance of a Credit Repair company.

If they complete the negotiation on your behalf,

make sure you understand thoroughly the impact of the negotiation on your credit score. Insolvency and bankruptcy can be called other names, which is often misleading, and will be hard to remove once in place.

Getting rid of bad debt is achievable. Start with a small chunk, reward yourself each time you pay out

a debt. You will be in control again. If you have any further queries, drop me an email on nani@risehigh.com.au.

again. If you have any further queries, drop me an email on nani@risehigh.com.au . Coastal Views,
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Editor, Kevin Hutton, Coastal Views Dear Kevin, My wife Judith was diagnosed

Editor, Kevin Hutton, Coastal Views Dear Kevin, My wife Judith was diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer in September 2015 at the age of 79. After several Chemo Treatments, was clear until a C T Scan in July 2016 showed 9 tumours of various sizes had developed. A C T Scan in January 2017 showed they were stable. In February 2017 Judith was not feeling good so another visit to the Oncologist, ordered a C T Scan for the day we were meant to fly out to the Hobart Boat Festival.

When the Oncologist checked the CT Scan he was amazed with the growth of the tumours, 40% increase in 6 weeks since the last CT Scan.

With a complication and an infection Judith lost her battle with ovarian cancer and passed over on March 8 th , 2017.

Every year approximately 1,500 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer, most in the advanced stage of the disease, currently, the five-year survival rate with ovarian cancer is 43%, in comparison, the five-year survival rate for breast cancer is 90%.

My goal in the rest of my time is to RAISE the AWARENESS of Ovarian Cancer and any funds raised while achieving this will be a bonus.

The first Event to organise was ‘Judith’s Walk’

The reason we were regularly walkers and often walked from Willunga to McLaren Vale and return.

So, my first idea was to organise such and event in her memory.

I managed to obtain sponsors for the walk worth $6,300:00, from this first idea it has extended to Raffles, an Auction and donations, with the assistance of local businesses and individuals, I have managed to raise over $20,000:00, which after expenses I will be presenting cheques to Cancer Council SA & Ovarian Cancer Australia.

February is Ovarian Cancer Month, I have had 19 local businesses displaying information on ovarian cancer plus collection tins, and Ribbons & Pens, which has again from the generosity of the businesses customers, raised

$1,088:55.

I believe with this result to date, I can say in a small way I have lifted the awareness of Ovarian Cancer.

ONE PERSON CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

Yours sincerely, H DEAN ROWE 13 Apr. 18

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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SARA SELLICKS AREA RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION AGM Wednesday 6th June 7:30 pm SELLICKS HALL SARA will
SARA SELLICKS AREA RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION AGM Wednesday 6th June 7:30 pm SELLICKS HALL SARA will
SARA SELLICKS AREA RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION AGM Wednesday 6th June 7:30 pm SELLICKS HALL SARA will

SARA

SELLICKS AREA RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION

AGM

Wednesday 6th June 7:30 pm SELLICKS HALL

SARA will cease to exist unless people are prepared to join the committee and help out.

PLEASE ATTEND AND VOLUNTEER.

Contact:

Michael Lee 0451 458 711

What’s On @ Aldinga Library 3D Design Would you like to know more about 3D
What’s On @ Aldinga Library 3D Design Would you like to know more about 3D

What’s On @ Aldinga Library

3D Design

What’s On @ Aldinga Library 3D Design Would you like to know more about 3D printing?

Would you like to know more about 3D printing? Would you like to learn about CAD?

Learn about the world of 3D printing including printing for profit or pleas-

Saturdays fortnightly

9.30-11am

Suitable for adults Bookings essential

9.30-11am Suitable for adults Bookings essential ALDINGA LIBRARY, 11 Central Way, Aldinga Beach 8384 0022 |

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

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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.

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

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

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 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

Email:

ALDINGA U3A

The Wednesday's afternoon lectures during Term 2 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:- 2nd May Disabled Sport 16th May The Beginning of Time 30th May The History of Gardens 13th June Dealing with Dementia 27th June Dealing with Dementia (Yes there are 2 Lectures on Dementia)

For more information on this program or in 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.

“Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it. And, like any great relationship, it just gets better and

better as the years roll on. So keep looking until you find it. Don’t settle.” - Steve Jobs

COMMUNITY NEWS
COMMUNITY NEWS
FLEURIEU HARMONY CHORUS Is a male A Capella singing group open to men of all

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

us. Enquiries phone 0459 299 767 or www.fleurieuharmony.org ABRA Business Member. Local businesses supporting the local

ABRA Business Member. Local businesses supporting the local community.

FLEURIEU LADIES PROBUS CLUB Meets fourth Monday of the month in the Lifecare Hall, Pridham

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

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

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

GALILEE OP SHOP Quinliven Road end of How Road Aldinga Beach Quality clothing for all the family at bargain prices. Toys, books, gifts, kitchen gear. OPEN: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, 8.45 -3.00pm. CASH only thank you. For donations of good quality items out of business hours please phone or text on 0471 410 694 or after hours 0421 867 669.

phone or text on 0471 410 694 or after hours 0421 867 669. Hope to see

Hope to see you soon!

GRANNIE ANNIE’S DROP IN CENTRE St Ann’s, 7 Stonehouse Lane Aldinga, Thursday Mornings 9 -

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 at 10am Tuesdays at Uniting Communities Family Relationships Centre 101/103 Rowley Rd Aldinga Beach SA 5173 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.

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 0426 421 128 .

Zen wisdom:

Generally speaking, you aren't learning much when your lips are moving.

Experience is something you don't get until just after you need it.

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

Margaret Dorton, President.

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 first Wednedsay of the month and also a cabaret/dance at Wakefield House, Acre Avenue, Morphett Vale once a month. For more information please ring Linda on 8184 8427 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.

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 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,

of each month except January at 7.30 pm in the Eco Classroom at Tatachilla Lutheran College,

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 18 High Street Willunga ph. 8556 4188 10.00 am — 3.00 pm Mon,
COMMUNITY NEWS
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.
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
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 )
ABRA Business Member.
Local businesses supporting the
local community.

STOP PRESS

JUDITH’S WALK PRESENTATION MORNING TEA.

A

morning tea was held on 19th April

at

Aldinga Shores Retirement Village.

It

was attended by about 80 people.

At this event cheques were presented from the fundraising Dean Rowe has been doing through his Judith’s Walk events in memory of his late wife.

Lincoln Size, CEO of Cancer Council

of SA, received a check for $8,500.00

Megan

Wood,

an

ambassador

for

Ovarian

Cancer

Australia,

received

$4,953.15

Well done Dean and any others Involved.

ambassador for Ovarian Cancer Australia, received $4,953.15 Well done Dean and any others Involved.
$4,953.15 Well done Dean and any others Involved. WILLUNGA FARMERS MARKET Meet the grower - taste
$4,953.15 Well done Dean and any others Involved. WILLUNGA FARMERS MARKET Meet the grower - taste
$4,953.15 Well done Dean and any others Involved. WILLUNGA FARMERS MARKET Meet the grower - taste

WILLUNGA FARMERS MARKET Meet the grower - taste the re- gion 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. Membership is $15 per annum. Entrance cost is $5 (members $4) includes lucky door prize and supper. Guest speaker. Visitors welcome. Enquiries please phone Chris 0419 532 545

WILLUNGA & DISTRICT LIONS CLUB AUCTION Willunga and Districts Lions Club holds an auction on the last Satur- day 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 QUARRY MARKET www.willungaquarrymarket.com Second

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.

WILLUNGA UKULELES Are you looking to:   - share your strumming with others? - Learn
WILLUNGA UKULELES Are you looking to:   - share your strumming with others? - Learn
WILLUNGA UKULELES Are you looking to:   - share your strumming with others? - Learn
WILLUNGA UKULELES Are you looking to:   - share your strumming with others? - Learn
WILLUNGA UKULELES Are you looking to:   - share your strumming with others? - Learn
WILLUNGA UKULELES Are you looking to:   - share your strumming with others? - Learn
WILLUNGA UKULELES Are you looking to:   - share your strumming with others? - Learn
WILLUNGA UKULELES Are you looking to:   - share your strumming with others? - Learn
WILLUNGA UKULELES Are you looking to:   - share your strumming with others? - Learn
WILLUNGA UKULELES Are you looking to:   - share your strumming with others? - Learn
WILLUNGA UKULELES Are you looking to:   - share your strumming with others? - Learn
WILLUNGA UKULELES Are you looking to:   - share your strumming with others? - Learn
WILLUNGA UKULELES Are you looking to:   - share your strumming with others? - Learn
WILLUNGA UKULELES Are you looking to:   - share your strumming with others? - Learn
WILLUNGA UKULELES Are you looking to:   - share your strumming with others? - Learn
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WILLUNGA UKULELES Are you looking to:   - share your strumming with others? - Learn
WILLUNGA UKULELES Are you looking to:   - share your strumming with others? - Learn
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WILLUNGA UKULELES Are you looking to:   - share your strumming with others? - Learn
WILLUNGA UKULELES Are you looking to:   - share your strumming with others? - Learn
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- share your strumming with others? - Learn from others? - Share an informal and
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- share your strumming with others? - Learn from others? - Share an informal and
- share your strumming with others? - Learn from others? - Share an informal and
- share your strumming with others? - Learn from others? - Share an informal and
- share your strumming with others? - Learn from others? - Share an informal and

- share your strumming with others?

- Learn from others?

- Share an informal and fun social

atmosphere?

- share your strumming with others? - Learn from others? - Share an informal and fun
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- share your strumming with others? - Learn from others? - Share an informal and fun
- share your strumming with others? - Learn from others? - Share an informal and fun
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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

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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Ukuleles!

 
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Aldinga Beach CFS Call outs - March 2018 Road Crash Rescues / MVA: 3 Vehicle
Aldinga Beach CFS Call outs - March 2018 Road Crash Rescues / MVA: 3 Vehicle

Aldinga

Beach CFS

Call outs - March 2018 Road Crash Rescues / MVA: 3

Call outs - March 2018 Road Crash Rescues / MVA: 3

Vehicle Fires:

Fixed Alarms:

3

0

Grass / Rubbish fires: 3 Structure Fires: 1

Grass / Rubbish fires: 3 Structure Fires: 1

- March 2018 Road Crash Rescues / MVA: 3 Vehicle Fires: Fixed Alarms: 3 0 Grass
- March 2018 Road Crash Rescues / MVA: 3 Vehicle Fires: Fixed Alarms: 3 0 Grass
- March 2018 Road Crash Rescues / MVA: 3 Vehicle Fires: Fixed Alarms: 3 0 Grass
- March 2018 Road Crash Rescues / MVA: 3 Vehicle Fires: Fixed Alarms: 3 0 Grass
- March 2018 Road Crash Rescues / MVA: 3 Vehicle Fires: Fixed Alarms: 3 0 Grass
- March 2018 Road Crash Rescues / MVA: 3 Vehicle Fires: Fixed Alarms: 3 0 Grass

Gas/Fuel fires : 0 Other calls:

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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 appChurch Applications for Life Cnr of Tongala and Hastings Sts, Seaford Sunday Service: 9.30am (Including Kids' Church) Wednesday Service: 730pm Connect Group Tuesdays Youth Co: 1st and 3rd Friday of the month Contact: Ps Josh Pitman: 0408 080 822 www.appchurch.com.au

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 (Easter services see p 23)

ANGLICAN CHURCH

Pastoral District of Southern Vales

Enquiries: 8323 9744

Willunga

Saturday 5.30 pm, St Stephen’s

St Andrew’s Terrace, Willunga

Aldinga

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 Sunday 10.30 am, St Nicholas’, Seaford Ecumenical Mission A warm welcome to all. Stay for refreshments afterwards.

Seaford:

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.

Coastal Views Editorial/Production Team: The ABRA Committee & Volunteers Aldinga Bay Residents’ Association
Coastal Views Editorial/Production Team:
The ABRA Committee & Volunteers
Aldinga Bay Residents’ Association
President:
Bob Evans
8556 3074
Vice-President:
Fred Carrangis
Treasurer:
Narelle Looker
0439 880 587
Secretary:
Gillian Evans
Committee:
Stan Beck,
Holly Freeland, Michael Lee, Adrian Polst,
Bernice Wuttke,
Editor
Kevin Hutton
0427 588 748
Aldinga Bay Residents’ Association (ABRA) reserves the right to reject any
advertisement or other contributions. The Editorial Team and ABRA does not
accept responsibility for printers’ or typists’ errors / omissions.
Notices regarding community fundraisers or coming events are published free of
charge.
All advertisers please adhere to the sizes listed below. Colour will enhance the
impact in the online version even though it isn’t printed. There is a charge of
$40.00 if you want a final copy to be made from a rough draft, and $100.00 to
design an advertisement. Pictures for publication should be no larger than 800 x
600 pixels in size. Please avoid using Microsoft Office .docx and .pdf format
in submissions. Inserts can be arranged - check with the editor for prices and
conditions.
Size
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Depth
Price
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cm
27
cm
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Half page
19
cm
13
cm
$88.00
Quarter page
9
cm
13
cm
$55.00
Long quarter page
19
cm
6
cm
$55.00
1/8th page
9
cm
6
cm
$39.00
Classifieds
Per
line
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(A4)
The deadline for ALL advertisements & contributions is the 15th
day of the month preceding publication.
Articles may be emailed to coastalviews@abra.org,au, or posted to ABRA,
PO Box 270, Aldinga Beach 5173 to be received before the deadline.
The positioning of advertising in Coastal Views is done on a random basis
according to layout needs. If advertisers specify a location, a surcharge of
25% is added except for the first 5 pages & inside covers where a 50%
surcharge applies. Opinions published in Coastal Views are those of the
contributors and are not necessarily the views of the Editorial Team or
ABRA. Neither the Editorial Team nor ABRA can accept any
responsibility for any statement that is presented as a statement of fact,
however every endeavour is made at the time of printing to ensure that the
editorial content and advertisements are accurate. All material published in
Coastal Views is subject to © ABRA, 2017. No part may be reproduced
without written permission from the Editor.
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UNLOCK YOUR ARTIST & OPEN ART STUDIO Work with artist Heidi Karo in an eight week workshop series to master new skills and get your art exhibition ready. 8–14 yrs │ $5 │Mon 7 May – 2 July │4–5.30pm 14–25 yrs │ $10 │Mon 7 May – 2 July │5.30–7.30pm

YAG Youth Leadership Join our youth leadership group. Meeting’s every second Tuesday. 14–25 years │ FREE │Tue 8 May – 3 July │ 4–5pm

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COOKING FOR COMMUNITY 6 week cooking program linking in with Aldinga bike kitchen. 8–25 years │ FREE│Tue 8 May – 12 June │5.30-7pm

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