Especially all on the Island who have had contact with Trudi during her
life are cordially invited to a short celebration of her memory.
Friday evening 22nd June at 6.30 pm
The German Lutheran Church
(Corner of Goulburn St. and
Please refrain from bringing flowers, however a candle to be light
during the ceremony will be most welcome.
Afterwards there will be coffee & tea
Parking is available diagonally across the road from the church.
CHURCH POINT COMMUTER
FRIDAY 15 JUNE 2012
NO TIE UP ON SOUTHERN END OF EXISTING COMMUTER WHARF
Council’s contractors have now installed over half of the new pontoon
and wish to install the southern section of the new pontoon.
From Friday 15th June access to the southern section of the existing
commuter wharf will be restricted to allow piles to be installed and
the new pontoon section put in place. Council requests that
commuter pontoon users use the new pontoon whilst new works are
For onsite urgent matters, please contact Niall of Sydney Marina
Constructions (0451 512 974) or Mark Eriksson, Pittwater Council (9970
1356) or John Berry (9970 1370).
Construction of NEW
... “The proposed works will entail commuter wharf users to moor at
existing available pontoon space, both new and old, as it becomes
available. There may be instances of double or even triple stacking of
May 27/28 - Begin site establishment
June 4-17 - Install northern piles
June 17-24- Install northern pontoon
June 24-27- Install temporary access to connect existing pontoon
with the new pontoon
June 25-July 2 - Relocate existing southern wing of commuter wharf
June 25-July 9 - Install piles for southern end of new structure.
July 15-July 22 - Extend and attach approcal pontoon
July 22-29 -Relocation of existing pontoon
This winter do yourself a favour. Only $4.54 per trip (13-trip ticket).
Fireshed - Scottish Dinner Photos
Great photos by June Lahm from the hilarious Fireshed Dinner held
weekend of the 9th.
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Can You Please Help
with my School Assignment?
Hi my name is Amber Pye
I am a year 11 student at Riverside girls high school in Gladesville,
I am studying geography. You may or may not know that in year 11 geo
you must complete an assignment called the SGP (Senior Geography
Project) which you have 3 terms to complete and can be focused on
whatever you like relating to geography.
My SGP is all about what it is like to live on Scotland Island, hence
the reason I am emailing :)
I have to gather both primary and secondary data about my topic so I
will be making a visit or two to Scotland Island, to take photos and
visit the community centre, within the next few weeks I was wondering
if you could possibly get at least one name and number of an
individual/family that lives on the island that I could possibly
interview. (if more than one that would be great). This interview can
happen in person on a weekend or over the phone if need be. These
interviews are purely for me to get a better insight to everyday life
on the island than web pages give. I would want my interviewee/s to
know that they can be completely confidential if they wish. e.g I can
change names to protect privacy.
Thanks you so much for your time,
If you would consent to an interview please contact me on:
Mobile: 0406 123 741
Geography teacher: Ms Holly Burgmann
School Contact number: 9816 4264
Thank you for saving
our Tinnie & Kayak
We would like to say thank you to the kind people who have saved both
our kayak and tinnie over the last couple of weeks. Someone tied up our
kayak on Tennis Beach to stop it floating away when the tide was so
high a little while ago and while we were away this week my son got a
call to warn us that our boat needed bailing out as the pump wasn't
working. We don't know who you are but thank you so much for your
It's very much appreciated.
Helen and Steve Webster
Cars Broken into a Church Point Car Park
Warning residents that last week we had my car broken into in the car
It's devastating and costly and would just like people to be careful of
any belongings they leave in their car.
We believe that four cars where broken into.
Wanted - Girl/Boy
Caring, kind person to collect and care for my five year old son.
Collection from his school in Belrose every Wednesday in term time.
From 1.00pm til 4.30pm.
Booster seat can be provided.
Please call Barbara on 0400 377 056 if you can help.
The ferry service dinghy has gone missing. It is a small orange nylex
dinghy with CPF in black letters on the inside. If anyone has seen it
please contact Penny on 0433 038 408.
Island Moving Sale - Everything Negotiable
After 3 ½ great years the Chambers family are moving back to
Queensland. We are getting rid of sofas, washing machine, timber
bookshelves, dining table etc. Come along and make an offer on Sunday
24th from 8am – 4pm.
Pop in and have a coffee and chat even if
you are not buying! Also our Polycraft boat (2 years old) which is
Where: 30 Robertson Rd between Cargo and Tennis next to Sandy’s A
frame house and opposite Yamba.
Phone: 99992445 for details
See you then
6 Seater Dining table
5 Dining Chairs
Timber Queen Size Bed
Victoria 0432 741 230
Richard 0403 746 259
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Polycraft, 4.1 Open
with 2010, 50HP, 4-stroke Yamaha
$12,500, or special package deal if you take our Subaru Wagon too!
- Large covered storage area, perfect for life
jackets, shopping etc.
- 2 bilge pumps with independent float switches,
- Trailer - great for holidays and easier
- Full safety gear, including flares etc. for use
up to 2nm offshore
- Newly re-covered with marine carpet -
comfortable and non-slip
- Tennis Wharf tie-up label
- Permatrim foil - softens ride, saves fuel,
planes with 4 adults
- Motor serviced June 2012, hull scrubbed
For further info contact:
Kerri (0403 167360, firstname.lastname@example.org) or
Tom (0413 700617, email@example.com)
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