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of Pittwater, Australia
COMMUNITY TRANSPORT VEHICLE
VEHICLE WILL BE OUT OF SERVICE AND OFF THE ISLAND DUE TO
FROM: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2010
TO: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY
PLEASE RING IN
ADVANCE TO CONFIRM VEHICLE HAS RETURNED
MEDICAL EVACUATION ONLY CALL SCOTLAND ISLAND FIRE BRIGADE
PLEASE DON’T PARK AT THE OLD WHARF
STEPS AT CHURCH POINT!
Lately, boats are being parked at the old wharf steps at Church Point,
and increasingly they are big ones which are hard to shift.
We only still have this traditional wharf because a dedicated group of
Church Point and offshore residents fought to retain it. Besides adding
to the charm of the Point, it is really useful.
The solid steps, except at dead low tide, are easier to use to from a
small tinnie than the pontoon which is too high and has nothing to hold
Last year, Tony had weak legs all year and we depended on the steps for
him to be able to get in and out of our boat. The pontoon was just too
big a jump for him.
Many other people have told me they use the steps with people who are
Even for the able bodied, the wharf steps are often safer as they are
away from the ferries and taxi and offer something to grab in a high
(Shhh! - it’s also illegal to tie up at a public wharf.)
SHARE THE STEPS !
If you also like using wharf steps, keep your eye on Council’s plans to
progressively remove them and speak up. The current plans for Tennis
Wharf have “Remove Steps” on them, to happen when they next need
Scotland Island Children’s Centre
Free Trial Day
17th or Thurs 18th
8am - 5 pm
Director Michelle Wickens (Dip Ed) with Tamie, Josh, Jilla and Jess
invite your 2 - 5yr old child to a free trial day at the Kindy (parents
welcome to stay).
Meet the team, make new friends, discover the program.
Please call 9979 7856 to book
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World's Greatest Shave
Fund Raiser for
Every hour of every day, at least one person in Australia is diagnosed
with leukaemia, lymphoma or myeloma.
Every two hours, someone loses their life to blood cancer.
You can view Carla's Profile Page by clicking this link:
Donations to Josh's shave can be made at:
Tim's Donation Link is:
We are participating in the World's Greatest Shave to raise funds for
the Leukaemia Foundation.
For the readers who don't know us by name, our photos are attached.
Josh is a carer at the Scotland Island Kindy, Tim drives the ferries
The World's Greatest Shave official dates for this year are Thursday
13th – Saturday 14th March.
Venue and time is yet to be decided, but we will keep you informed.
Please help us raise as much as I can for the Leukaemia Foundation.
Their vital work provides patients with practical support during their
long and tough treatment, as well as funding important research.
Please email us if you need any further information - email@example.com.
Thanks for your support!
Local car enthusiasts have a treat in store with the American Car
Sunday event to be held at Pittwater Rugby Park on Sunday 28 February.
This one-day event will see close to 400 American cars on display and
is hosted by Pittwater Rotary Club.
Organiser Bob Radnidge said the public would be able to feast their
eyes on some American classic automobiles, including Cadillacs,
Corvettes, Chevrolets, as well as a pristine 1927 Stuz, the American
version of the Rolls Royce.
“There will be also be a 1956 Lincoln Continental at the event, so
popular that even Elvis owned one,” said Mr Radnidge.
The event is open to American-made vehicles only, with entry by ‘gold
coin’ for exhibitors. All proceeds from the event will be donated to
charities, with last year over $11, 000 raised.
Last year the event attracted car enthusiasts from as far away as
Victoria and Queensland, with trophies on offer for the best exhibits.
Local owners of American cars are also invited to participate.
The event is suitable for the whole family, with a free kid’s jumping
castle, barbecue and drinks.
This year money raised on the day will go to buy items off a ‘wish
list’ for the Children’s Hospital at Westmead.
Pittwater Rotary will also have part of the proceeds for their ‘shelter
boxes’, that offer emergency shelter for people affected by disasters
around the world such as Haiti.
Gates open at 8am. Admission is $15 for a family, $8 for adults and $5
For more information about displaying a vehicle, call Bob Radnidge on
0407 186 430 or Kevin Monk on 9971 8225.
Professional parent with 11 year old daughter staying alternate weeks
near Tennis Wharf seeking boat/car pool opportunity to Mona Vale by 8am
or to Collaroy by 9am.
Phone Robin 0424 100 045.
Do you need help to shed those extra holiday kilos? Come and train with
me at my commercial grade studio on the island! Full shower facilities
Call or email now for your first complimentary session!
But be quick because my spots are filling fast!
See you soon!
Tapas on Friday
Evenings at Q CAFÉ - Quays Marina
Q Café at Quays Marina is holding Tapas evenings each Friday on the
deck over the water, starts at 6pm going through to late.
held on the deck over the water, lit by fairy lights and lanterns
(unless weather prevents-in which case it is held inside the marina
complex) and starts at 6pm going through to late - the concept is to
keep prices of food low enough to allow people to regularly attend and
in turn help build a social club for locals and their guest. We can
seat roughly 60 and accompany the evenings with live music from 6pm to
The menu changes each week to offer regulars something exciting each
time they attend.
Bookings are essential – call 9997 2800 and ask for the Café.
Please join us for an enjoyable evening!
Come and Enjoy
DRU YOGA - Catherine Park, Scotland Island
9.00 to 10.30 am
Through graceful sequences of movement, pranayama asanas, relaxation
and meditation, you can release tension and experience the full joy of
Suitable for all fitness levels and ages.
Bring a mat and blanket.
Ring Katya on 0414 187 916
just turn up for a complementary introductory lesson
ring Rosemary Haskell or Robyn Iredale to enquire.
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