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Attention Service Groups, Community Organisations, Clubs and Sporting Groups
2018 Barossa Business Guide - update/confirmation
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Keyneton Primary helping shoebox appeal
In Term 3 the Keyneton Primary School community donated gifts to support Samaritan’s
Purse “Operation Christmas Child” Shoebox Appeal. Staff member, Heather Dutschke led
the project, packing 12 boxes decorated by the students with gifts for children living in
poverty in nearby countries such as Cambodia. The SRC organised a Sports Colours Gold
Coin Donation Day on the last day of term, raising over $100 to go towards shipping the
Front: Flynn Gerhardy, Sarah Cameron, Alex Treloar, Matilda Rosenzweig, Taylor
Gum, Zoe Linke, Felix Herring, Ethan Michalanney, Mattika Hansen, Archie Donohue
and Eleanor Rosenzweig.
Middle: Grace Cameron, Alana Gum, Hannah Pawson, Charlotte Bartram, Zehta
Herring, Ebony Jaeschke, Keeley Hamilton, George Possnicker and Baylee-Rose Duncan.
Back: Meg Treloar, Brooke Hearnden, Jack Hearnden, Caleb Jaeschke, William Cameron,
Lilli-Mae Brown, Hollie Gum, Matthew Bartram, Connie Clarkson and Heather Dutschke
At the End of Term 3 Assembly, Class and Principal’s Awards
Front: Ethan Michalanney, Jack Hearnden, George Possnicker,
Matilda Rosenzweig, Flynn Gerhardy and Grace Cameron.
Back: Matthew Bartram, Lilli-Mae Brown, Brooke Hearnden,
Zehta Herring, Ebony Jaeschke and Meg Treloar.
Ecumenical Service of
Probus Clubs in Barossa
On October 11 the Barossa District Ladies
Probus Club, hosted the Ecumenical Service of all
the Barossa Probus Clubs, which was held at Strait
Gate Lutheran Church, Light Pass.
The Service was led by Rev. David Freckelton.
During the service the Gawler Probus Club choir
rendered four songs.
A retiring offering in aid of Angel Flight
amounted to $657.
A memorial hymn, “Rock of Ages” was sung in
rememberance of members who have passed during
the past 12 months.
Approximately 130 members and friends
attended the service from the Probus Men’s Club of
Barossa, Ladies Probus Club of the Barossa Valley,
Combined Probus Club of the Barossa, Barossa and
Districts Combined Probus Club and the hosts of
the day, the Barossa District Ladies Probus Club.
A delicious shared lunch and fellowship was
enjoyed in the hall after the service.
Retired members of the public are welcome to
join a Probus Club.
Gawler Probus Club choir singing songs at the Barossa Combined Probus Clubs’
The Mid Murray Council has
outlined its top three regional
priorities in a submission to the
Federal Shadow Minister for Regional
Services, Territories and Local
Council’s top three priorities are:
Infrastructure, water security and
health and wellbeing.
This submission comes, following
a request from the Shadow Minister,
and Council has taken the opportunity
to reiterate exactly which supports
need to be put in place to ensure rural
districts, such as the Mid Murray, can
have a strong future.
Mid Murray Council Chief
Executive Officer, Mr Russell Peate
said the Council’s top three priorities
aligned with its Community Plan 2016-
2020, which incorporated the natural
and built environment, community
wellbeing and infrastructure and
“We want to see a focus from the
Federal Government on infrastructure
projects which create a more
serviceable region and simulate local
economy,” Mr Peate says.
“This should include a focus on
electricity supply and prices, funding
for the upgrade and maintenance of
roads and stormwater drainage, and
fixing telecommunications in poor, to
“Our water security priority is
based around benefits for agriculture,
agribusiness, tourism (houseboats)
and the community, through ensuring
the Murray Darling Basin Plan is
completely implemented, to guarantee
environmental flows and benefits to
our river towns, as well as irrigators.
“Finally, one of our top priorities
requiring national attention is the
need for support in health and
wellbeing in regional areas, like the
“We need extensive support to fund
initiatives in mental health, children’s
early development and ensuring the
provision of general practitioner and
allied health services for all rural and
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