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- September 2008 -
Newsletter for Offshore Residents of Pittwater, Australia Volume 9, Issue 339 September 2008
KINDY MARKET FAIR IS COMING
SUNDAY SEPT. 21st
This is our major fundraiser for the year and
we're wondering if you'd like to help out with a couple of things ..
Bake your Best
The famous and fabulous cake caf returns, with espresso
coffee this year! Could you bake us a cake or slice? Last
year's was a huge success with a great range of yummies,
some allergy free, some savoury, all lovely. It's a great
showcase for island cooks!
Second hand stalls: Books, clothing (kids + adults), toys
/ bric a brac:
We're looking for your quality donations for these 3 stalls.
No large furniture items please, just interesting stuff to help
clear your cupboards and raise money for a good cause.
Council clear up is the week before, so keep a bag back for
us rather than put it on the streets .
Your kind donations will be gratefully accepted on the
kindy balcony any day of the week up till Fri 19 Sept.
For more info (and to book your favourite recipe in) call Ruth Tedder 0430 208 433, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Offers of help on the day also welcome!
We wish to thank June Lahm for providing the great photographs of the Island Players, that we published in this months main newsletter.
NETTIE LODGE DESIGNED T-SHIRTSNettie Lodge exclusively designed T-shirts for Ian White's Campaign for Council will be available for purchase at the
Father's Day gig at Tennis Park, this coming Sunday (7th) from 10 am.
Please help support the basic campaign costs, by purchasing a T-shirt in either M or L for $20.00.
Tshirts can also be bought by calling 0432 893 590.
PITTWATER COUNCIL NOTIFICATION TO
General Clean Up to be held on week commencing
15 September 2008
PLEASE DO NOT place out any material earlier than 13th September 2008
UNACCEPTABLE ITEMS THAT WILL NOT BE COLLECTED AT THE GENERAL CLEAN-UP INCLUDE:
METALS AND WHITEGOODS WILL BE RECYCLED -WHERE POSSIBLE
Place metals and whitegoods in a separate pile to the other household materials.
Metals include fridges, stoves, bicycles, hot water heaters - drained, water tanks - cut into 1.2m lengths, vehicle rims - without tyres, empty paint tins etc.
GENERAL ENQUIRIES REGARDING THE OFFSHORE GENERAL CLEAN UP
Please contact Pittwater Council: Phone: 9970-1111 Fax: 9970-7150
AUTHORS @ MONA VALE LIBRARY
Tuesday 9th September & Author Hugh Mackay
"Advance Australia..Where?" - BOOKED OUT
A book for anyone who cares about Australia's future
Tuesday 23rd September & Author Pam Bayfield
"Silver Dreams. The story of Broken Hill"
It is a historical saga depicting life in the early days of the town, following the lives of several families whose lives become intertwined.
Pam Bayfield was born in Mt Isa, Queensland in 1940 and most of her education was in Broken Hill. As a teacher, she worked, amongst other schools, at Pittwater House, Collaroy for ten years. She has written various books including Knees Up Mother Brown & How To Get New Knees and Survive.about her bilateral knee replacement operation. She lives on the northern beaches in Sydney.
Wednesday 15th October & Author Jonathan King
"Western Front Diaries: Anzacs own story battle by battle"
A 90th anniversary commemorative book on World War 1.
Wednesday 5th November & Author Maureen Cashman
"Charlie and the Me in Val-Paradis"
The story of the author and her poodle, Charlie's new life in a rural French town.
Bookings essential on 9970 1600 and payment within 3 days required to confirm bookings.
Cost $7.50 and $5.50 & concession (Friends of Mona Vale Library/ Pensioner/student cards must be shown. Light refreshments are included in the price.
All talks will be held at Mona Vale Library, Park Street, Mona Vale at 6.30pm, with the exception of Chrissie Perry.
For more information contact Catherine Buddin on telephone
9970 1605 or email email@example.com
BEHIND THE MASK OF AUTISM - FUNDRAISERWe omitted contact details in our last newsletter regarding the FUNdraiser for Autistic children.
contact Tanya on :- 0418 209 956 or e-mail
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