Turn Back Time Tuesday #29 | Photos A minor accident occurred on Thursday, August 12, on the corner of Hindmarsh Road and Adare Avenue. The driver of one vehicle was issued an expiation notice forfailing to give way. There were no injuries, but both cars were towed away.
Southern Fleurieu Health Service Bereavement Group planted seedlings at Bridge Terrace Reserve in memory of those who had died. Pictured is the service’s socialworker Barbie Cakebread.
An official celebration was held at Alexandrina Council chambers to formally recognise council being awarded the Regional Centre of Culture 2012.
Goolwa resident and research consultant for Country Arts SA Christine Putland and Country Arts SA staff Steve Saffell, Jo Pike and Steve Mayhew helped celebrate the announcment of Goolwa as the Regional Centre of Culture for 2012.
Alexandrina Council’s manager for the arts and lifestyle services, Jenn Cole, Alexandrina mayor Kym McHugh and Wet Paint Productions co-ordinator and youth theatre officer Emily Zesers at the celebrations for Alexandrina Council.
Nangkita writer and actor Michelle Murray, Victor Harbor artist Catie Milte, Goolwaartist Johnson Carruthers and Victor Harbor artist Yvonne East enjoyed the official celebrations of Goolwa being named the Regional Centre of Culture for 2012 at Alexandrina Council.
City of Victor Harbor mayor Mary-Lou Corcoran (centre) prepared to shave her head to raise money for Variety, The Children’s Charity. She is pictured with Mal Russell and Debbie Drew, who were planning to be involved in the Tasmanian leg of the Variety Bash in October 2010.
Excitement was building for the 2010 Victor Harbor Rock ‘n’ Roll Festival. Pictured are Phil Smedley from Victor Harbor Bridgestone Service Centre, MickHennessy from the Rock n’ ‘Roll Festival committee, Rod Ness, one of the 2010 festival entrants, and Leith Kavanagh standing beside Rod’s 1973 Chevrolet CorvetteStingray.
Main Street Precinct committee and the City of Victor Harbor asked students from UniSA’s Masters Degree in Urban and Regional Planning to devise a streetscaping plan for Victor Harbor. The students toured the main street precinct in early August as part of their research for the plan.
Patients were waiting up to six weeks on average to see their preferred doctors across the Fleurieu because of doctor shortages, increased doctor loads and practices struggling to retain doctors. Pictured is Victor Harbor Medical Centre receptionist Brianna Bainger.
Business woman Cindy Dinh of Victor Harbor received numerous awards at the Body Shop At Home annual awards program in Melbourne. She took home the National Group Champion Award for her central team sales of over $1.2 million dollars in the 2009/2010 financial year, second place for National Team Sponsoring and first place for Income Growth Award.
Betty the chook had laid a series of giant eggs, according to her owner, Pam Owen of Inman Valley. The bird had produced eggs that weighed in at 110 grams.
The South Coast Choral and Arts Society Drama Group prepared to perform ‘Goldilocks on Trial’ at the Victor Harbor Town Hall. Pictured is Dr Lester Cantaloupe III (played by Jack Buchanan) appearing as part of Goldilocks’ Defence Team.
Myponga locals Jennifer and Michael Farnden with daughters Cassie and Sydni Mills raised the awareness of Brain Injury Awareness Week. Michael received a brain injury during a car accident in 2008.
The Paddle Steamer Squares had party with a letter P theme. Winners of group’s best dressed award were Kerrie as paparazzi and Marlene as a pop star.
World Vision’s Keiren Johnson and Georgia Germein, World Vision Youth Ambassador for SA, visited Encounter Lutheran School students to talk about the global financial crisis and how the children could help. Pictured are Georgia and Kerien with students Lachlan Deimel, Alice Harry, Josh Hutchesson, Melinda Lomman, Imi Dunn and Rupert Catt.
Staff of Goolwa’s Create and Connect program Erica Harris, Karen Brown (middle) and Sharyn Brady, had fun with some of the group’s work displayed at its SALA Exhibition.
Rosanne Hosking and Catherine Riggall were two singers who performed at the concert Songs for the Soul, which was held at Goolwa’s Centenary Hall.
South Coast Camera Club member Dana Fatchen is pictured with judge Andy Smylie and her Image of the Month winning image.
John and Natalie Watkin featured in an advertising feature for Murphy’s Inn at Goolwa.
Rebecca and Stephen Rogers of Victor Harbor welcomed Kate Joan into the world on July 30, 2010. Kate was born at the Flinders Medical Centre and weighed six pounds nine ounces. Kate is sister to Grace and is granddaughter to Bert and Josephine, and Stephen and Jan.
Alexandrina Wildlife rescuer Deanne Smith, Eastern Fleurieu School Milang campus student Haley Evans and Investigator College Goolwa campus student William Miller helped release turtles from the Lower Lakes into a special exhibit at Cleland Wildlife Park. The turtles had recovered from tubeworm encrustation, but were unable to fend for themselves in the wild.
On Friday, August 6, 16 students departed Victor Harbor en-route to the Sebel Playford for the Victor Harbor High School formal. Pictured are Jorgi Stamation, Shahnie Kaczmarczyk, Nathan Carver, Gemma McKenzie, Brandon Mott, Alana Whyte, Mark Warwick, Alice Shaw, Scott McAvaney, Jade Charlesworth, Jarryd Thiel, Tamara Cocker, Mathew Morley, Tahnee Foster, Patrick Taggart and Elizabeth Denning.
Shannon Fitzgerald of Fleurieu Peninsula Tourism and Sophie Clelland of Adelaide celebrated the launch of the Coffee Club at Alexandrina Cheese.
Peter Galliford of Mount Compass, Marjorie Taylor of Goolwa, Barbara Galliford of Mount Compass, and Pam and Rod MacGregor of Willunga enjoyed listening to music at Fiddles on the Farm.
Travis Bedford, Bethanie Lambert, Ben Cogins and Annie Miller, all of Belair, had a great time at Fiddles on the Farm.
Lilian Woodward celebrated her 90th Birthday with family at Urimbirra Restaurant. Pictured are (front row) Sonia, Lilian, Joan and Dela, (middle row) Holly, Natika, Lisa, Anthony, Gordon, Pru, Scott, Neil, Marlene and (third row) Blake, Riley and Tracy.
Encounter Bay residents Robert and Christine Dunn visited the Lion Encounter at Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe, Africa at the end of May 2010. The couple walked two 18-month-old, 90 kilogram lion cubs before sharing a breakfast at the centre. The two cubs were being rehabilitated at the centre and being raised to be put back into the wild.
Junior School SRC at Investigator College in Victor Harbor held a special event which required everyone from the school to only use one tap as the source of drinking water throughout the day. The aim of this event was to give every student in the school a small understanding and awareness of what it might be like in countries where water is not so easily accessible. Pictured are students Alannah Williams and Isabelle Bohnsack.
Grant Hutchesson and Dale Eatts competed in the Classic Sidecar category at the SA Dirt Track Championships.
Friends of the South Australian Whale Centre were preparing to release a set of cards to promote South Australian whales. This photo, taken by Diana Rogers and Rick Sullivan, was set to feature as part of the card set.
Encounter Bay under 11 division two centre Georgia Kraft stretched for the ball in a game against Strathalbyn.
Zoe Shute prepared to pass for Encounter Bay in an under 11 division two gameagainst Strathalbyn.
Strathalbyn’s Annabel Thomas leaped to grab the ball from Encounter Bay’s Alison Hammond in an under 11 division two match.
Langhorne Creek mini colt Tasman Follet kept his eyes on the ball.
Mount Compass footballer Cody Conner was off and racing at the Mini Colts Carnivalheld at the Encounter Bay oval. All 10 GSFL clubs participated, with Encounter Bay taking the top honours.
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