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|Notices for Offshore Residents
of Pittwater, Australia
|Scotland Island Fire Shed Dinner
7 at 7pm
Next Show is
Did you see Rocky
Horror? What about The Blues Brothers, Ladies
Sing the Blues, Scotland Idols, or Open for Inspection? If
did, you will know what a lot of fun being part of The Players can be.
Why not come to the hall next Sunday
28 June at 10:30am.
We are going to sort out our next production “Mixed Doubles” – lots of
short sketches/playlets (about 10 minutes each) - which is a really
good way to start getting involved.
Even if you don’t want to go on stage there are other things you can
do: like lighting, sound, set building and decorating, ticket sales etc.
Why not come along just to have a look?
Indigenous Interests Group 2009 -
landowners and mining in Central Australia:
Finding equitable arrangements
Rodger Barnes is a geologist who has been working for over 16 years
with the Central Land Council in Alice Springs. He is their chief
negotiator on mining leases — forging agreements between traditional
landowners and mining companies. He has been writing this work up as a
Masters Thesis at the Centre for Social Responsibility in Mining, part
of the Sustainable Minerals Institute at the University of Queensland.
1 July at 7.30pm
and Tim’s house – between Bell and Cargo wharves, on the waterfront.
House with green chook shed and curved mud brick wall.
What to bring:
please bring something to eat and drink.
Tea and coffee will be provided.
Enquiries contact Lisa - 0432 893 590