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of Pittwater, Australia
to the following office bearers who were elected at the SIRA AGM April
18, 2010. It is great to have seven new Committee members
year. Information on Project Teams and their Leaders will be
posted after the first meeting of the new Committee in May.
|Other Committee Members:
Ian Souter (Church Point Design Group)
correspondence can be forwarded to:
SIRA, PO Box 70, Church Point
communiqué regarding the Church Point Plan of Management fee structure
for carparking and commuter mooring will be issued shortly, following
information and discussion at the AGM by Mark Eriksson, Principal
Officer – Landscape Architect, Pittwater Council.
Scotland Island Rural Fire Brigade Update
On Thursday, May 13, we are visiting the Scotland Island Pre School to
talk to the kids and any parents that will be there. Graeme and myself
are planning to do the visit and we would welcome any other members who
are available that morning to come and assist.
Meet at the station at 10.30am for an 11am visit.
Pile burns on
Just a reminder that we are planning to burn the piles at Pathilda
Reserve on Sunday 16 May with the assistance of West Pittwater.
We will need as many members as possible to assist with this burn and
get it completed in a good time. Lunch will be provided. It is a great
opportunity to practice the basic skills we all need to maintain in a
more realistic environment and dealing with fire.
For those members who have not been to a training session for a while,
this is a great opportunity to reintroduce yourselves to training with
We also have piles on the Thompson Street walking track (western side
of the Island) and the top of Elsie Street to burn in following weeks.
ancient art of fresco painting with Tracy Smith.
Date Sat 29th
$120.00 (All materials included)
For further details contact
Tracy Smith 0400311157
Or visit my web site
Kindy Ten Dollar
Don't forget that every Sunday there are interesting and unusual things
to buy from the Kindy Ten Dollar Tables.
week, to celebrate Mother's Day, there will be a number of stalls
selling children's toys, clothes, books and baby equipment.
will also be massage and other therapies available.
If you would like a table, no need to book, just turn up at 9.30am to
set up your stall.
If you have anything that you would like me to sell for you, please
contact Barbara 0400 377 056.
Library's - Biggest Morning Tea
Mona Vale Library will once again host the popular Biggest Morning Tea
to raise funds for cancer research from 10am to 12 noon on Thursday 27
coordinator Heather Thomson said that Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea
was an enjoyable social event and the Cancer Council’s premier
“Since the event began in 1994 it has
raised over $70 million to fund cancer research, education and support
services for patients and families” she said.
“Just the simple act
of enjoying a morning tea can help Cancer Council support the 1 in 2
Australians who will be diagnosed with cancer before the age of 85,”
said Ms Buddin.
The morning tea will see kettles switched on across
Australian homes, schools and community centres throughout May to help
the fight against cancer.
Entry to the Mona Vale Library morning
tea which will include homemade cakes is a $5 donation and all proceeds
will be donated to the Cancer Council.
Donations over $10 will be entered into a competition to win a European
holiday valued at $12,800.
For more information about Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea visit
For more information about the Biggest Morning tea at Mona Vale Library
call 9970 1600.
Media contact: Heather Thomson, Mona
Vale Library Ph: 9970 1614
resident Penelope Star
Presents a series of women workshops :
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