POINT PARKING BRIEFING
Showing by Request
10.00 am - 11.30 am
History and Present Challenges
Presented by Bill Gye
Warringah Council 1986
Combined Floating carpark/commuter boat wharf proposal
Sunday, May 25
10.00 am to
Do you want to be more
informed about Church Point parking?
Come and hear about the 40 year historical background of this
There are some surprises here for even some seasoned Church Point
Tea and coffee will be available
Scotland Island Rego Check Day
THE DAISY BUSHELLS THANK YOU!
HIGH TEA SUCCESS
A great afternoon was had
by all who attended the Island High Tea on Saturday 3rd May. There were
25 entries for the baking competition and together we raised $1250 for
Cancer Council NSW!
Our judges - Nathalie Muir, Susan Wallace and Bruce Savage - took their
jobs very seriously and decided on the following 7 categories and
- Best Chocolate cake - Rosie Stenta's Chocolate Button
- Best Decorated cake - Cleo Westley's Little Blue cake
- Most Decadent - Jaime Sala's Poorman's Caramelk cake
- Best Child Baker - Alby Gibson's Vanilla Strawberry
- Best Tarts or Square - Giles Westley's Raspberry
- Best 'Other' - Theresa Hodgson's Milk Tart
- Best in Show - Alby Gibson's Vanilla Strawberry
Huge thanks to our prize donors: Interlace Costume Hire, Church Point
Ferries, Nadine & Conscious Life Yoga, NewportNet Co-working, Skye
Damiani & Fit to Perform, Zubi Cafe Newport, Wild Nature Skin
Products, Camille and The Family Beast, and Sandbox Media.
And even bigger thanks to all who came, enjoyed, helped and donated!! I
couldn't have done it without you.
The Daisy Bushells (participating in Shitbox Rally 2014)
Artists Invited to Submit Designs for Mona Vale Cemetery
you’re an artist looking for a unique opportunity, then Pittwater
Council is calling for proposals for a commission opportunity at Mona
Vale General Cemetery.
The designs of four artists will be chosen to be rendered into bronze
plates, which will adorn four new granite memorial walls at the
Council’s Cemetery Officer Nadine Phipps said four new granite memorial
walls have recently been installed at the cemetery, catering for the
memorialisation and placement of cremated ash remains.
“The exterior of the walls will feature individual plaques for people
to honour a loved one with a permanent memorial,” said Ms Phipps.
“We are inviting the local artistic community to help to beautify
the wall by submitting drawings for the decorative panels - the idea
being to depict a scene from life in the Pittwater area.”
Ms Phipps said there are four identical memorial walls, each comprising
three faces with a central panel on each face. The central panels are
where the successful artists’ designs will be rendered in bronze.
“Each wall will showcase three of the chosen artist’s designs, which
will be selected through an assessment process,” Ms Phipps added.
A payment of $1000 will be paid to each successful artist.
For more information call 9970 1341. For submission guidelines please
close Friday 30 May.
Contact: Nadine Phipps
Phone: 9970 1223
Doggy Do's and
Don'ts with Steve Austin
your dog a scally-wag? Does he run away from you when you call his
name, or repeatedly get his head stuck in the kitchen rubbish bin? Or
perhaps he is a bully to other dogs? If your pooch needs a ‘talking
to’, then it’s time to meet dog trainer extraordinaire Steve Austin.
Pittwater Council has engaged elite dog trainer Steve Austin to help
with your issues. Steve will be available Sunday 22 June
for a FREE session at Rowland Reserve from 9am-12. It’ll be a
fun and informative morning where he can answer all your doggy-related
questions; particularly when it comes to obedience.
Steve realised at the age of 13 he had a special way with dogs as he
trained his dog Sooty to entertain crowds outside the pub.
These days Steve is often invited to lecture and help at zoos around
the world. He’s also a regular at American Law Enforcement Agencies and
was asked to train dogs in bomb detection at the Mount Everest Kennel
Club in Kathmandu. Steve also trained the first ever truffle detector
Most recently Steve was chosen to head the NSW Emergency Volunteer
Canine Fire and Rescue Unit. This unit - the first of its kind in
Australia will be deployed to help with recovery efforts during
tsunamis, earthquakes, fires and floods.
The main focus of the session will be on dog training, dog park
etiquette, obedience and social skills. No bookings required, just turn
up with your four-legged friends and let the fun begin!
For more information: www.pittwater.nsw.gov.au/companion_animals
Contact: Sasha Lucius
Phone: Ph: 9970 1151
Fragile X Association Raffle
Fragile X Association’s raffle raises funds
to support families affected by Fragile X syndrome.
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Bulk Organic Food
Hi all, I am looking to start buying bulk organic food, to make our
family's shopping more affordable and more convenient, with the aim to
order once every 10 weeks or so. I have been looking into different
suppliers in the Sydney area, and am now on the lookout for any other
families or individuals who might be interested in the same thing, so
that we can create a combined order.
Also looking into bulk environmentally friendly household cleaning
Great for the health, great for the pocket, great for the earth and
great for the community is the aim…
Expressions of interest or more info, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking forward to hearing from you!
Alanna and family
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CALL: SANDY (0415 058 922)
OR NAT (0414 088 779)
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