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Gone Fishing Gallery
Art Auction and
for Qld Flood victims
The devastating Queensland floods have taken lives, homes and
businesses and will require years of re-building. But re-build we will
because we’re Australians, and that’s what we do.
As part of
the support coming from all over Australia, the Gone Fishing Gallery is
holding an Art Auction to raise funds for the flood victims.
28th January 7pm join us at Gone Fishing Gallery (in the old Pasadena
on Pittwater at Church Point) for an evening of art, music, champagne,
An on-site auctioneer will take bids for artworks donated by the Gone
Fishing Gallery artists.
As well, each glass of refreshment purchased will put you in the
running to win an evening for 2 at a mystery destination.
So, in this time of crisis, come along and show your support to those
in need, while also having a night to remember!
ART AUCTION to raise money for
Queensland Flood Victims
GONE FISHING GALLERY, 1858 Pittwater
Road, Church Point (in the old Pasadena on Pittwater building)
7PM Friday night, 28 January 2011.
For further information or images contact Paul Smith, coordinator,
0404 103 601 or on FACEBOOK webpage:
Art Auction and Charity night
for Qld Flood victims
Would you like to contribute
towards this evening ?
The Gallery is looking for people who would like to
contribute by providing "finger-food" for the
If you are interested, please contact Nathalie on 9999 4449 for
more details and to find out what you can do to help.
Roadworks on Scotland Island
will be carried out on our roads, drains and pits by Pittwater Council
commencing Tuesday, January 18 until Thursday, January 20 between the
hours of 7am and 4pm.
Council equipment and materials will be transported via Cargo Wharf and
there may be some disruption to traffic in some areas.
CARGO WHARF CLEAR FOR MOVEMENT OF EQUIPMENT AND VEHICLES.
Council staff will endeavour to keep pedestrian access open as much as
possible whilst carrying out the works.
Please support the Council staff whilst they carry out this necessary
02 9979 5853
0418 220 107
P O Box 52
Church Point 2105
SIRA logo competition deadline
extended until 24 January
In November we launched a logo competition to replace the old SIRA
logo, which is looking a little tired and dated.
Several artists have found it difficult to meet the original deadline
of 24 January, so we’ve extended the deadline until January
Open date: Now
submissions to: email@example.com
closing date for submissions: January 24, 2010
of winner: mid February
Judging panel: all SIRA members (via a Survey Monkey link which will be
published in the PON early February) along with a link to the designs
Prize: A bag full of goodies: A 13-trip ferry ticket, a voucher for a
tapas dinner for two up to the value of $75 at the Quays Marina, a
felted hat by Betsi Beem and your choice of a $100 voucher for Fine
Foods in Mona Vale or Berkelouw Books in Mona Vale!
If anyone has any questions, or difficulties sending files, please
contact Carol Floyd at firstname.lastname@example.org
- The logo should contain the initials SIRA and
in smaller writing ‘Scotland Island Residents’ Association’ – make sure
the writing is legible even if the logo is reproduced in a smaller size
e.g. on letterhead.
- The logo should be submitted in jpg or tiff
format to email@example.com at a minimum quality of 300
- The logo should reproduce well in different
sizes – maximum A4 and minimum the size of a business card.
- The logo should be four colour (or less) but
look good also when reproduced in black-and-white
A capella Choir Starting up in the New
The Offshore a capella choir will meet for the first time on Saturday,
5 February, 2:30 pm.
Anyone given to bursting into song a the drop of a hat, anyone who can
hold a tune, anyone who loves to sing and harmonise is welcome to be
part of it.
For further information, email Gordon Floyd: firstname.lastname@example.org,
or ring; 9997 2035
Last Sunday, we had cause to ring NSW Parks and Wildlife Service, to
enquire as to the removal of a seven foot Diamond Python Snake, on our
We were given to name and number of Allen, who just happened to be
lunching with his wife at Church Point, and several hours later he came
over and bagged and removed the Snake for relocation.
This fellow knew of the dumping of many reptiles on the Island, as he
had previously removed a large Carpet Snake for relocation. Anyone who
requires this Free service contact Allen at 0415604013.
Many thanks to Allen.
House to Rent
My husband and I and our 2 daughters would like to rent a place on
Scotland Island from end of May/beginning of June to try out the
offshore lifestyle. If we like it (which I suspect we will)
we will plan to buy there. We are moving across from the UK
in the next coming months and need to settle quickly.
Needing a house to Rent
Where: Scotland Island
When: From beginning of June
What: 3 bedroom house - the closer to the water/wharves the
better. Preferred furnished but not essential.
If you have a place available please contact Kara at;
'Predator' in good condition, with dolly.
Sail No. 187897.
Located on Scotland Island.
Contact Terry Moran on 0418 849801
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