Offshore Choir Afloat Rehearsals
There will be
4 rehearsals held at The Gone Fishing Gallery, Church Point starting at
you are going to attend the rehearsals, please let Chuck Bradley
know so that the catering can accommodate everyone.
- Tuesday 22 November from 6.30
- Tuesday 29 November from 6.30
- Tuesday 6 December from 6.30
- Tuesday 13 December from 6.30
a bottle and glasses, burgers to be provided after sing song each week
thanks to Susan Duncan.
You can contact him on firstname.lastname@example.org
Music, Sound files
available to download here..
Carol of the Birds.pdf
Once in PTS.pdf
Once in Royal AltoBass.zip
Stille Nacht AltoBass.zip
We wish you AltoBass.zip
While Shepherds AltoBass.zip
Contact Chuck Bradley for any further information.
A Hard Dog's Night
singles from 1962 to 1970
Saturday 25/26 November
and the following weekend 2/3 December
We told you you'd have to be quick... The final show has sold out and
the first Saturday is almost full. There are tickets
available for the Friday nights and, in keeping with what is sure to
become an Island tradition, the first Friday night is party night with
free champagne (while stocks last)
for pre-booked* ticket holders.
Call or call in to PMC Hill (9999 4902) to reserve your tickets.
*pre-booked on or before 24/Nov
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Letters to the Editor
CP Plan of
Management - Submission re Public Wharf Extension
As possibly the oldest residents of Scotland Island - I am 79 and my
wife Elspeth is 69 we would like to make a plea for an extension of the
public boat mooring facility to the maximum possible as soon as
possible & we would be more than willing to pay whatever it
is all very well for youngsters who regularly 'boat hop' to say lets go
slowly and as cheaply as possible on this issue but we are obliged to
pay over $700 per month for a berth and car park at a marina in order
to access the mainland on a regular basis. We need side berthing for
safety at our age.
In addition, if the fee is only $100 then
families with lots of kids with tinnies will pay & the new
will be just as full as it is now. It would be fairer to allocate a
maximum of 2 boat stickers per family.
Elspeth & John Thixton
87 Richard Rd. Scotland Island
both statements about the Church Point Plan of residence and wish to
make the following comment.
I understand why it was necessary to achieve the result we did with the
Church Point Carpark can I point out that the alternative of turning it
into a reserve would have incurred the extreme wrath of many on-shore
residents having to cope with streets blocked with even more cars than
they are now - so not necessary just a good result for off-shores but
also local on-shores.
- The same comment applies to the current
issues. It is within the interests of both on-shore and off-shore
residents to ensure their environment - possibly the main reason they
bought in the area- remains at a level which we all find pleasurable.
Currently only the voice of SIRA seems to be heard in the
letter. I would like to hear some on-shore residents speaking up if
that is possible.
think Bennetts Boatshed would make a lovely picnic shelter with an
indoor and outdoor table and chairs such as they have at other beaches.
It is actually a lovely little beach area for families and would
enhance the walking trail along the foreshore
How about it Pittwater Council ??
Tennis User Group Members
CATHERINE PARK THIS COMING SUNDAY 27 NOVEMBER STARTING 5.00PM FOLLOWED
BY DRINKS AND SAUSAGE SIZZLE
We hope that all members are able to attend to celebrate our wonderful
Meeting will be held in the area around the barbecue
- Financial report
- Report on current membership
- Procedure for newcomers
- On going management of pontoon
- Any other business
Christmas WOW Lunch
WOW lunch will be held at the Waterfront Café at Church Point at 12 pm
on Wednesday December 7th.
is open to all women on the water so please tell your friends and
neighbours about this special get together to celebrate our offshore
lives at this time of the year.
It has been suggested that
a donation to a women’s organisation would be more appropriate rather
than present giving as this will be for women who are less fortunate
Could you please let me know if you can be there
by 1st December so we can confirm numbers. Also let me know how you
feel about the present or donation
Hope you can make it
Phone: 9979 3301
Farewell, Paddington (Paddy)
Scourge to possums, chickens and Tall Men.
Put to sleep Friday 18th November.
Sadly missed. Liz, Dan and Erin xxxx
If anyone else needs Science Diet CD dog food, you are welcome to
Paddy's, just let me know 99972026
Small girl lost her beloved pink encased ipod in a small silver bag in
carpark Friday night.
Please contact Gwyn on 9999 3783
Gorgeous weekender or first home, Elvina Bay
Call 0416 212 098
Two bedroom house, split level, polished floors, NE facing deck, Elvina
Long term $400 per week, short term $650 pw
Call 0416 212 098
Two Sets of Bunks
One set is for free, its OK, one very good mattress and one...well
The second set is in good shape with two good mattresses and I'd like
They can be seen at 19 Robertsons Road.
Call Philip on 0411 882064
I'm on the lookout for a portacot and wondered if there are any your
cupboard taking up space that would like to go to a good home :)
Contact Ineka on 0424 299 984
Found a velocitek prostart.Sail Racing thingamagig. Still
If its your contact Paul Smith 0404103601
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