Due to back surgery, Anne Dennis, the SIRA Secretary, will be
unavailable from 11th September for a number of weeks .
For all membership inquiries, please contact Alec Beckett, the SIRA
Membership and IT Manager, on firstname.lastname@example.org
For all website inquiries, please contact Alec (as above), or Carol
Floyd on email@example.com
For any inquiries relating to financial and general SIRA matters,
please contact Boyd Attewell at firstname.lastname@example.org
INTERNATIONAL FOLK DANCING
September, from 7:00-9:00pm
!! DON'T MISS YOUR SECOND
LAST OPPORTUNITY TO EXPERIENCE
THIS WONDERFUL EVENT !!
The Scotland Island Recreation Club has organised another Folk Dancing
Evening on Saturday, 28th September, from 7:00-9:00pm. Come along
for a great time with our hosts and experts, Annabelle and Branko! Meet
other islanders in a friendly environment and have fun.
The last of these events for the year will be held on 26th
October, so save that date.
ORGANICS ROADSIDE COLLECTION
STARTS WEEK BEGINNING
MONDAY, 30th SEPTEMBER
The main points you need to know:
- maximum amount is 2
cubic metres, similar to a small box trailer
garden organics in a hard sided
- Branches to be max 1.2m
and 75mm thick tied with twine
- Material presented in plastic, nylon or
hessian bags, cardboard or foam boxes or untied bundles will not be
- Fines apply for illegal dumping
- grass cuttings
- large branches no wider than 75mm
- cut up palm fronds
- tubers without soil
- leaf litter
Council encourages home
composting and worm farming.
- plastic bags
- general waste
- food scraps / kitchen waste
- painted & treated timber
- large tree stumps and roots
Food scraps and kitchen
waste are 100% recyclable if treated properly.
100% of the garden organics collected will be recycled at Kimbriki
Resource Recovery Centre.
Scotland Island Fireshed
Curry Quiz Night
Saturday 14 September from
Scotland Island Fire
Open Day Sunday 15th
The Bush Fire Season has started early this year. Come and visit us at
the Scotland Island Fire Station on Sunday 15th September from 10am as
part of the Rural Fire Service Get Ready Weekend.
There will be something interesting for everyone - grab a Bushfire
Survival Plan Kit, talk to local Brigade members, climb through the
trucks, participate in a community discussion about preparing your
property, watch a demonstration or grab something from the BBQ.
11:00am First Aid Demonstration (CPR, Defibrillation,
Bites & Stings)
12:00pm Preparing Your
12:30pm Fire Extinguisher Demonstration
1:00pm Pile Burn Demonstration
2:00pm Structure Fire Demonstration
Food and Fun for all the Family
Hope you can join us at some stage during the day.
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