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of Pittwater, Australia
Yes, we’re here
The weather forecast for Sunday is ‘some showers’, so we are taking a
chance and we will open this weekend. If there is a little
drizzle while we’re there, we can all shelter under the kindy
balcony. Cakes are organised, coffee is organised, we should
even have some milk and maybe chocolate sprinkles for the cappuccinos...
Come along and have a community morning in the park!
warning - There may well be a Cafe Community Christmas
Conflab on 19th Dec. Mince pies, party hats, and Xmas table
cloths may be in evidence. A nip of brandy for the coffee....
who knows? (With this weather we might just need
See you this Sunday, Catherine Park, 10 till 12.
Silly Sam's Smile
by Jesse White ;
illustrated by Gwyn Perkins
book - 5-10yrs
Silly Sam's Smile stretched from ear to ear,
But behind his smile there was one little fear.
He thought he looked silly,
something was terribly wrong ...
Signed copies only $25
Contact Gwyn on firstname.lastname@example.org
Fresh Seafood for sale at Church Point
Friday the 10th
of December from 5-6p.m.
Fresh seafood for sale straight from the Markets at Church Point on
Friday the 10th of December from 5-6p.m.
Prawns tiger $20.00 per kilo
John Dory fillets $25.00 per kilo
Sydney rock oysters $15.00 doz
Pacific oysters $15.00
If any one would like to place an order to be delivered on the 10th
they can Phone Scott on 0431 726 889
I can vouch for the freshness as we eat them every week, he also has
other things as well
Roads & Drainage Masterplans
Public comment is sought on three draft documents relating to Scotland
Island’s road reserves, stormwater and drainage. They include:
plans are on exhibition for public comment from 4 December 2010 to 4
- Scotland Island Road Reserve Management Strategy
- Scotland Island Stormwater Management Strategy
- Scotland Island Road Reserve and Drainage
The draft plans can be viewed at www.pittwater.nsw.gov.au/exhibition
or at Council’s Customer Service Centres:
59a Old Barrenjoey Road, Avalon and 1 Park Street, Mona Vale
Written submissions should be mailed to:
Pittwater Council, PO Box 882, Mona Vale NSW 1660
or emailed to:
Enquiries: Paul Davies 9970 1177
Point Zero Youth Services
summer is upon us Point Zero Youth Services will be sending its youth
outreach van every Saturday night through summer.
After a trial last summer, Point Zero is to become an annual part of
the beaches culture. The van travels through the late night
hot spots where young people gather at night. Vans are
staffed by paid professionals as well as local volunteers who offer
kids something to eat and drink, someone to talk to, a reassuring smile
and where necessary first aid, counseling and referrals to specialist
We are always looking for volunteers, donations and corporate sponsors.
We are currently raising money to also send the van out on “Mona
nights” being Thursday nights
Point Zero Youth Services
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