July 2013

Hello Readers, Yankalilla Regional News August 2013

A new bible has been kindly donated to Yankalilla Council to replace their current ‘well worn’ copy by the Yankalilla District Inter Church Council. See page 3.

The Yankalilla Hockey Club is once again holding the popular Quiz night at the end of July. See page 9.

For those who like a good night out, a Rock and Roll Dinner Dance is being held in August (page 9) by the Fleurieu West Business Association (formerly Normanville Traders). Tickets available now.

The Wirrina Bluegrass Festival back for a second year (page 29) after its inaugural success last year. The three day music festival runs from 6th to 8th September.

Yankalilla Bakery are running a fundraising drive to raise money for Sonic BombHeartstart defibrillators during July (page 29). It is hoped to have several of these life saving devices at strategic locations throughout the district.

Do you know a deserving community member to nominate for Community Achievement Awards? Yankalilla Council would like to hear from you and the details are in this month’s In The Loop section on page 20.

The Yankalilla Community Library and the Historical Society are together again presenting another riveting talk. Dr Keryn Walshe will be speaking on Aboriginal Archaeology of the Yankalilla Area Until next issue...

Cheers,

Paul Jelfs & Annie Nixon

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June 2013

Hello Readers,

Yankalilla regional News June 2013It is certainly starting to get a bit cold and wet of late, hopefully you are all rugged up by the fire. First of all, we have another batch of Leafy Sea Dragon Festival reviews and reports over the next few pages. It seemed to all go extremely well and was embraced by the local community and well attended by visitors to the area as well. In a couple of years we can look forward to doing it all again!


For those of us who are looking for the next thing to do, in June there is always the Sea & Vines Festival at McLaren Vale. See page 6 for details on that one.


Other coming events include the Books & Words Group on page 11, the Yankalilla & District Over 50’s Club on page 25 and the Natural Resource Centre on page 35.


There are also a variety of Council supported functions, educational programs and activities in which to get involved in for young, old, business people and everyone in between. See The Loop section - in the centre spread where it likes to hang out - for more on these and other news from Yankalilla Council.


Until next issue...Sonic Bomb Gig List June 2013


Cheers,
Paul Jelfs & Annie Nixon

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