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of Pittwater, Australia
Community Vehicle Out of Service
Monday June 25 to Tuesday July 3
TUESDAY 26TH JUNE AT ROBYN IREDALE'S (111 RICHARD ROAD).
Nila's generosity of deed and spirit will be greatly missed by many in
the offshore community and we wish her well in her new life. As
departing WOW coordinator, she has taken the opportunity to harness my
enthusiam (and naiivity) as a newcomer to the Island and pass the baton
on to me. I would like to take this opportunity to welcome any
newcomers (old, young or in-between), to meetings held four times a
year with the host/hostess offering the topic for discussion.
Robyn Iredale (Ph. 99791096) has kindly offered to host the next
meeting on Tuesday 26th June from 12.30pm, at 111 Richard Road (between
Bells and Carols-house with new stone steps). The topic is- do you
agree/disagree that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, is the most
dangerous man in the world? Please remember to bring a plate of
food to share, your favourite drink, a tolerant outlook, and, most
important of all, a healthy sense of humour....
Looking forward to a lively discussion,
Island artist Eunice
McAllister now has a website:
Check to see what's new, place an order or email me with comments.
Feedback is very welcome.
There's a link to the email address which is email@example.com
2004 4.55M Frontrunner
Privately berthed, new steering cable, 3 cushion set
2004 50HP 4 STROKE YAMAHA WITH FULL SERVICE LOG
PHONE: 0408 975617
in Waterfront Share House in Lovett Bay
Possibly the boatshed Or the whole house may also be avaiable.
Contact Stephen Wells on mobile - 0439 773 771
Corrugated Iron bits
Happy to take bits of rusty corrugated iron off your hands if under 1
meter wide for an art project.
Please call Betsi on 0466 540 987 or 9999 6306.
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