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Thursday 18 December 2014
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IMAGE: Santa made an appearance
O Scrum All Ye Faithful
The Pythons, Walla Rugby and friends celebrated their Christmas party on Saturday. Club President Allan ‘Westy’ Wyburn
is pleased with how the event went, “It was
great to see the Junior Rugby turn up,” he
said “I’d like to thank all the Sponsors for the
year and also say thanks to Graham Rice and
Rob Morris for all the hard work they’ve put
in.” Father Christmas made a quick appearance to hand out lolly bags and luckily wore
joggers instead of boots so he could run and
visit all the other children in Canowindra.
Coach Adam Nash was awarded a thank you
gift engraved with an angry looking python
from team Captain Daniel Bowd. When asked
whether he will continue in the position next
year Adam said, “I haven’t decided yet!”
Allan Wyburn reflected on the year, “We’ve
had a good year, congratulations to all the
boys. It’s the players themselves that keep
this club going, the sponsor money only
covers jumpers and insurance. The players
carry the Club. We know it’s Christmas and
no one’s thinking about rugby but give the
season next year a thought,” he said. When
asked if he will continue as President, Westy
replied “The AGM is in early February so if
someone puts their hand up they can have
it, if not I’ll keep going.” There will be more
information at a later date about training
sessions, Mark Brown is encouraging any
potential new players to make themselves
known, “We’re always looking for new players and are trying to make the Club a more
family friendly environment” he said.
By Rhi Quinn
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Hi Editor,
Since the last update in the Phoenix we left
Corrigin and drove 300 kls across to Norseman on a really great red dirt road as good
as any expressway, shared with huge mine
road trains. In contrast further on was Australia’s longest straight stretch of road, 146
kms between Balladonia and Culgara. On
through the South Australian border staying
couple days on the coast overlooking Great
Australian Bight. We travelled on through
the Nullabour Plains to Ceduna a nice town
by the sea. Had a quick look through Iron
Knob where they mine iron ore which goes
down to Whyalla for mostly shipping overseas. Next came Cobar, Wilcannia, Nyngan,
Narromine onto home. These last few towns
were interesting to look around but all roads
between towns were very rough not good
when shared with road trains. In summing
up it has been a whirlwind trip of a lifetime
and we have earmarked some great places
to visit for longer periods in the future. It
has opened our eyes to how big this country is and to what we have on our doorstep.
Debbie and I would like to thank the Phoenix staff for their interest and in keeping
the readers abreast of our travels and to the
readers themselves.
Kind regards
Allan and Debbie Symons
Gee, Rhi,
You could have put a more positive spin on
the Chrissy Party crowd! There may be someone who people actually like to kiss; there
may be one who can actually sing in tune and
knows the words; there might even be one
funny bugger who can entertain (heya Bunda). There are, of course, those who do ‘the
shopping trolley’ until they lose their wheels.
Whatever the fall-out, have a happy Christmas Canowindra.
Robert Sherwood
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A big Thank You to all those that
supported our first Farm Gate sale.
Thank you to Michelle from Raining Faces
for donating her time to paint faces - Beth,
Eureka Plants.
For Anne and Mark Ward and David
and Dennis Abbott for supplying
and delivering the mulch for the Fitness Path.
For Phil Gersbasch for donating his
time and equipment to dig the holes
for the Fitness Path.
To those people who park their cars
in the main street all day. It’s not uncommon to see the same 4 or 5 cars parked
in the same spot day after day. The parking
that you should be using is available just a
short walk away! – Andrew Holmes
A huge thumbs up to all parents,
families and children of Canowindra
Preschool for attending a fantastic end of
year concert!
To all who came and helped make
The Rugby Union Christmas Party a
success on Saturday. Also big thanks to Santa for taking time out of his busy schedule to
come and deliver presents.
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Preschool Good At
Canowindra Preschool have been collecting
donations over the past three weeks for their
Christmas Giving Tree. This incentive was for
the children to learn about giving to those
less fortunate and to help locals feeling the
pinch this December.
On Friday 12th December, Steve Golfin
from Star FM Orange came over to collect
the items. He was extremely happy and overwhelmed by everything the Canowindra Preschool families had donated. Steve took the
presents back to the Star FM Office where
the collection point is before they were donated to the Salvation Army.
Combining this with the Preschool Graduation night last Wednesday at the Services
Club makes for a fantastic end to the year.
The staff at the Preschool look forward to
beginning 2015 with their new director, Liz
Frances and will see the children on their first
day back on Thursday 29th January 2015.
By Rhi Quinn
IMAGE: Steve Golfin from Star FM and the preschool kids
IMAGE: Happy birthday Lloyd
Great Big Happy Birthday to Lloyd ‘Lloydy’
Neville for turning 70 on Saturday. Lloydy
celebrated his birthday at the Canowindra
Hotel surrounded by his family and friends.
Calendar Correction- Due to varying information on websites the contact details for
the hospital are incorrect on our calendar.
The contact number for the Canowindra Hospital is actually 63403033 not 63448232,
this is the number for the Gooloogong Health
Centre. We have contacted the hospital who
will inform NSW Health to change the number on the website to avoid any further confusion.
Vinnie’s Christmas Message- The Volunteers of St Vincent de Paul Centre and Conference in Canowindra wish everyone a happy and holy Christmas celebration and that
your holidays and travels are safe for you and
your loved ones. Thank you to the many local people and businesses that support the
work of St Vincent de Paul enabling us to help our community.
Richness through cooperation
and friendship supports many
lives. Canowindra ‘Vinnies’ will
be closing Saturday 20th December and will re-open Tuesday 20th January 2015. For
emergencies please contact
Shop 1, 37 Macquarie St, Cowra
02 6342 4000
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Monday-Friday 9.00am-5.00pm
Saturday by appointment.
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63442490 or 0487801767. By Deb Rutter on
behalf of Canowindra ‘Vinnies’.
Canowindra Public School PresentationA great presso day was held on Tuesday for
the Public School students, staff and parents. Lots of awards were handed out ranging from academic to PBL (positive behaviour
learning), plus sponsored awards for stage 2
and 3 students. The school band played as
an introduction to the ceremony and the P&C
gave their end of year report. Two teachers
were also officially acknowledged for their
service to the school, Principal Eric Toole and
Kindergarten teacher Yvonne Berry. “It was a
great event, lots of people came and community members handed out awards. The whole
school sang ‘You Can Count On Me’ by Bruno
Mars, which was lovely” said Assistant Principal Sharon Hawker.
NBN Ready For Connection- Residents of
Canowindra can now switch to the National
Broadband Network, which has recently
gone live across 42 rural and regional communities. Cabonne Mayor Michael Hayes
welcomes the announcement, saying it would
provide significant benefits to the Shire.
Have Yourself A Merry Little ChristmasThe Phoenix Staff hope their readers have a
great, big, flaming Christmas. A lot of merriment and laughter was had by all at our staff
party last week. Thanks to Jo Robson and Sophie Payten who provided the delicious catering and Sarah and Clayton Maynard who
shared their home as the venue.
IMAGE: Kate, Sare, Kelly, Derek, Rhi, CHeryl & Lisa say Happy Xmas!
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Things are getting steamy at the Royal Hotel
in the lead up to Christmas with three sizzling hot bands playing on the 20th December. Static Nomadic, Simone Thornett and Oli
Statham will be entertaining patrons all night
long with a selection of modern and classic
music on the Saturday and local superstar
Bonny Wythes will be serenading you all on
Christmas Eve.
If you can’t wait that long to get your musical fix, Canowindra Hotel patrons are in for
a treat tomorrow night. Glen Van Reason and
his one man band ‘The Reason Being’ will be
playing live all evening. If you fancy yourself
as a bit of a singer Karaoke nights are now up
and running too so stay tuned and get practising!
Imagine a world ruled by fish! At the Age
of Fishes, it’s easily done. Long before dinosaurs roamed the Earth, the rivers of the
Central West were alive with bizarre fish
which can still be seen today at the Museum.
Manager Warren Keedle and the staff have
lots of fun, fish-filled activities lined up for
you over the holidays…
Fins to Flight
An exhibition of astounding images from
world renowned wildlife photographer, Akos
Lumnitzer. These stunning images highlight
the ecological and evolutionary progress
from Fish to Birds. The exhibition will be on
public display from 1st January to the 2nd
February 2014 in the foyer of the Age Of
Fishes Museum Canowindra. Entry to the exhibition is Free of Charge.
School Holiday Activities
As well as our world class fossil displays and
renowned retail collection, a mystery of epic
proportions is unfolding at the Age of Fishes
Museum these school holidays. 360 million
years ago in a fishy town named Mudhole
Springs (Canowindra) a puzzling mystery
took place. A precious and very rare gemstone has gone missing, follow the clues and
find out who was responsible for this crime.
If you manage to solve the crime you will take
home your own precious gemstone as a reward! Each participating child from 5 ears to
15 years old will be given a llsit of suspects
with their museum entry and can cross them
off as they’re eliminated by following the
clues hidden around the museum.
What happened?
Mudhole springs is a thriving Devonian community, all of the action takes place 360 million years ago when fish ruled the earth. Our
hero Ossi the Grossi (Canowindra grossi) is
new in town and after a night out at “Jimmy’s
Oxygen Bar” his precious fin-ring gemstone
has gone missing. We need junior detectives
to follow the clues and find the secrets, can
you solve the Mystery in the Mudhole?
By Rhi Quinn
Saturday 20th Dec
Static Nomadic
Simone Thornett - Oli Statham
Christmas Eve Bonny Wythes
New Years Eve
open till 1.30
Merry Christmas
to all our customers!
“The Reason Being”
playing live this Friday
19th December
Xmas Day closed
Boxing Day closed
Re-opening Saturday 27th
Feedlot Restaurant
open Tues-Sat 12-2 and 6-8
Sunday 12-2
Pizzas available at bar
all the time.
New menu now available.
Phone 6344 1407
Australians only Devonian Fish Fossil Museum,
featuring fossils from 360 million years ago
when the fish ruled the earth
Open: 10am to 4pm, 7 days
Only closed on Christmas Day
Admission charges apply | Cnr Gaskill & Ferguson Sts
Phone: 02 6344 1008
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CATCH of the week
IMAGE: Santa and helper Roy White made an appearance
Hark! The Moyne Carollers Sing!
Generations of families all came together
on Sunday at Moyne Aged Care for a night
of singing and dancing. Greg Saunders from
Salvation Army travelled from Orange to host
the evening, which included a range of performances. The Alikinetic dance troupes got
everyone feeling festive with a few Christmas
inspired routines and outfits. Teacher Ali was
happy so many of her dance students turned
up for the show, ‘ I appreciate the efforts of
parents and children to get there” she said.
The Lions Club were also in attendance and
put on a BBQ and free soft drinks for the kids.
“We were really pleased with how everything went, it was good night and it was great
to get the community out here at Christmas
time to share moments with their family,”
says Amber Meurs, staff member at Moyne.
“The residents absolutely loved it so that
makes it all worthwhile!” Alison Rowe, a
resident at Moyne, wrote a Christmas poem
which was read by the Chaplain of Moyne.
‘She really enjoys writing poems and has
written quite a few over the years’ says Amber. Mr. Saunders ensured everything ran
smoothly adding little jokes in the intervals
to keep everyone smiling. After the reading
Moyne Choir sang ‘Oh Come O Ye Faithful’
and ‘Little Drummer Boy’ with the help of
everyone who attended tapping feet and
clapping. And seen as it’s nearly Christmas,
a sneaky visit from Santa was in order. As a
truck pulled up slowly round the side of the
car park and the man sat on the back came
into view, children in attendance let out
screeches of excitement, especially Ruby
Jackson who yelled “Santa’s here!” The Father of Christmas arrived on a chair covered
with a knitted rug and (with a little help from
Roy White and his ladder) managed to get
down from the truck and deliver presents to
children and residents.
By Rhi Quinn
Ben Edwards caught this 52cm Flathead on
soft plastics last week at Moruya.
River Bank Gallery
Opening Christmas Eve all day
and Christmas Day 6-11am
for last minute presents!
Can cater for small groups
just pop in and book!
Cafe open from 6am - 6pm
7 days a week
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Canowindra Newsagency
Brooks Small Engines
Compliments of the season
from Brooks Small Engines
to all our suppliers and
valued customers
David, Liz and the staff at
D & E Electrical wish everyone
a very Merry Christmas and
a fantastic 2015
PJ and the staff would like to
wish all their customers a Merry
Christmas! We will be closing
for the months of January
and February but will be
back in March so see you then!
A Rawsome Christmas to all!
Have a very merry Christmas
and best wishes for the
New Year from Peter, Mark,
Lawrie and all the
Rawson team!
Debbie, Graham, Linda & staff
wish all their customers a
Merry Christmas
Xmas Day- closed
Boxing Day- 8-10am
New Years Day- 8-10am
Merry Christmas
And a Happy 2015 to all
our Clients
Toby, Jeanette, Moose and Kylie
say a great big Merry Christmas
from the best looking butchers
in town!
Closed Xmas Day, 26th December
and New Years Day
Thank you to my clients for
supporting me in 2014.
I wish you all a happy and safe
Christmas and look forward to
seeing you in the New Year!
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I wish all of my clients a
Sparkly Christmas
and can’t wait to take you
to new creative heights
in 2015!
xx Lisa
Dr. Adam Wild, his wife Rachelle
and staff wish all their patients
a Merry Christmas and
look forward to seeing you
all in the New Year!
Luke and Kelly would like to
wish everyone a Merry Christmas
and a happy New Year.
We will return to work on
Wednesday 7th January
Thank you Canowindra, your
patronage is greatly appreciated!
Look forward to seeing you
before the New Year
from Wayne & Jenny
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IMAGE: What does Santa suffer from if he gets stuck in a
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Merry Christmas From
Morgan Chamberlain
IMAGE: Joseph was excited at the birth of baby Jesus
St Eddie’s Tell Story Of The Nativity
St Edward’s Primary School celebrated the
end of 2014 on Monday night. The evening began with a Graduation Thanksgiving Mass for
the year six students at 6 o’clock. Afterwards
the families had picnic dinners on the grass
in the playground before settling down to
enjoy the Christmas play based on the story
of the Nativity in which Cooper Breen played
Joseph and Jolene D’Anastasi played Mary.
Parent, Kelly Breen, was impressed with how
the evening went, “I think they put on a really
good show, a lot of practise and effort went
in and it showed. The kids had a good time
and the parents enjoyed watching” she said.
Families that are leaving the school were acknowledged followed by a presentation to the
Kindergarten children on successfully completing their first year of big school. Children
from years 1 to 6 were recognised and presented with achievement awards ranging from
key learning areas to effort, application and
improvement. The current school leadership
group presented their badges to next year’s
leadership group. The new leaders for 2015
include School Captains Maisie Harrison and
Patrick Hickman, Sports Captains Sammi
Durkin, Gabby Clements and Lydia Coady,
Library Monitor Callum James and Year 6
Leaders Katherine D’Anastasi, Kathleen Pace
and Chloe Bellach. Members of the community also presented children with Major Community Awards with Georgie Fisher winning
the special St Edward’s Fellowship Award in
memory of Carmen Simpson. Principal Ken
McNamara enjoyed the evening and is looking forward to the year ahead, “It was a fantastic night for our school community. I’d like
to thank the students for a wonderful year,
the teachers for their dedication to the parents for their support towards the school. We
look forward to seeing you in 2015!”
By Rhi Quinn
Merry Christmas and some exciting news.
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With the festive season upon us and people
travelling far and wide these extensions can
often pay dividends and generally not cost a
lot more. When shopping your insurance you
need to look for the best product / price as
you may save $100 but be left with a cover
that doesn’t really protect you.
Thanks to your over whelming support I
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office. I feel it is now time to set up an office
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community which has supported me from
the beginning.
Finally Merry Christmas and a happy new
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Deck the Halls
Oh Christmas tree oh Christmas
tree, how festive is your tinsel!
Tinsel is that slightly spiky, sparkly stuff that
we like to wrap round a tree we chop down
and put in our lounges for one month of the
year. But why do we do it? Here are some
facts about the origins of tinsel and a little
story about why we may use it…
• A decorative garland, it was invented in
1610 in Nuremburg, Germany and was originally made of shredded silver, although because silver is easily tarnished it was quickly
substituted to other metals.
• The word tinsel is said to be derived from
the Old French word ‘estincele’ which means
• France was the world leader in tinsel
manufacture up until World War I (those
Frenchies really love their tinsel) but production was stopped due to a wartime demand
for copper.
• In the super sparkly decade of the 1950’s,
tinsel was so popular it was used more that
Christmas lights, which was wise considering
that flammable aluminium Christmas trees
were all the rage.
• During all this time lead foil was the most
popular material for tinsel manufacture, although it was phased out in the 60’s due to
concern about children getting lead poisoning. Thus, in the interest of festive health,
all lead tinsel production was voluntarily
stopped after the 1st January, 1972.
Anyone who knows the story of the Nativity
should also be familiar with this little gem, The
Legend Of The Spider’s Web. Even though I’m
not religious, I heard this as a child and have
never forgotten it.
To save their baby Mary and Joseph hid in
a cave. A spider heard the couple whispering about the soldiers and realised the baby
was in danger. The spider began to weave
lots of strands over the cave front to create
a giant web. By morning the soldiers finally
arrived and saw the huge web across the
cave’s mouth. ‘Jesus can’t be hiding in here’
said one, looking at the strands that sparkled
with condensation in the morning sunshine.
The soldier’s moved on and Jesus was saved
by the hard-working little spider. So, if you
believe the tale, we hang tinsel on our tree to
remind us of the spider’s selfless act in saving the family by weaving his web through the
Whichever yarn you prefer, tinsel is a beautiful garland that inspires the warm, fuzzy
feeling of Christmas. Just make sure the cat
doesn’t eat it!
By Rhi Quinn
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Ding Dong Merrily
On Blinds
IMAGE: ‘Tis the season to be jolly!
A Christmas Wish For Good Mental Health
Beyondblue Chairman The Hon. Jeff Kennett
has written his Christmas wish-list, outlining
how all Australians can promote good mental
health over the festive season. “This is a wonderful time of year, but it can be lonely and
stressful for some people, potentially triggering symptoms of depression and anxiety” he
said. “This list contains simple advice, good
mental health is an amazing gift and it’s
something we should cherish.”
Be financially responsible
Christmas presents, lunch, booze, decorations and all those little extras- the list just
goes on and on this time of year. Try not to
overspend, remember what your loved ones
really want at Christmas is to spend time
with you.
Don’t discriminate
Christmas functions see people of all walks
of life gather together. Discrimination about
gender, religion, ethnicity etc is damaging
and never acceptable, so don’t ruin someone’s holidays by being a bigot.
Reach out for support
For some people, Christmas is the saddest
time of year as they remember loved ones
now lost. If you’re feeling lonely, or need
support for any other issue, you can contact
beyondblue 24 hours a day, seven days a
week on 1300224636
Don’t fight with your relatives
So what if Aunt Muriel ate the last of the
mince pies or Uncle Dave’s snoring on the
lounge again? Keep family tensions in check
over Christmas. If you have an issue, try to
raise it before or after the event and in private wherever possible
Create a mentally healthy workplace
If your business is open over the holidays
it can be the busiest time of year. Mentally
healthy employees are happier and more
productive, so look after them. Similarly, if
your job makes you unhappy, it’s time to
reflect on whether to search elsewhere for
work in 2015.
Most importantly-have fun!
What’s the point of getting together with
family and friends if you can’t have a laugh?
Eat, drink and be merry, just try and be
mindful of others.
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Can be wheeled through a standard doorway
and easily folded for storage. Telstra Rope.
Only 50 cents per metre. BARGAIN!
Don’t know what to give to that someone
special for Christmas. We have the answer
with Gift Vouchers . Phill’s Blinds & Awnings
and Cowra Paint Plus where SERVICE IS JUST
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A Little Less Conversation A Little More
Elvis Please
The 2015 Parkes Elvis Festival is set to be
bigger than ever with an estimated 18,000
people due to flock to the town! This time
around the Festival celebrates Elvis Presley’s
80th birthday with a ‘Roustabout’ carnival
theme to commemorate this special milestone. Held over five days from Wednesday
7th to Sunday 11th January 2015, the 23rd
annual Parkes Elvis Festival features a rockin’
program of over 150 shows and events.
Internationally acclaimed Elvis Tribute Artist Justin Shandor stars in the 2015 ClubsNSW Keno Feature Concert Series. US-born
Shandor will perform four fantastic shows
at Parkes Leagues Club across the Festival
weekend with tickets available online and
through the Club on 6862 1499. The Opening Night Party on Elvis Presley’s actual 80th
birthday, will be a gala event fit for the King,
featuring a three-course dinner and show
starring Damian Mullin, the legendary Mark
Andrew and Elvis aficionado Greg Page.
The NRMA Cooke Park Main Stage will
be the centre of the action with four days
of non-stop free entertainment and events.
From Thursday to Sunday, don’t miss the
bands, Elvis tribute artists and the fabulous competitions including McDonald’s
rock’n’roll dancing, and junior and senior
Elvis and Priscilla look-a-likes and sound-alikes. There will be free night-time events
aswell, with an outdoor screening of Roustabout on Thursday night and free Concerts in
the Park on Friday and Saturday nights.
Parkes Elvis Festival is proud to present
a brand-new precinct for 2015, The NRMA
Festival Boulevard. From Friday to Sunday Clarinda Street in the Parkes CBD will
be closed to traffic to create a pedestrian-friendly boulevard with market stalls,
amusements, outdoor dining areas and the
new Memphis Satellite Stage featuring free
daylong entertainment.
Our most popular events return, including
the TransTank Miss Priscilla Dinner, the Renewal of Vows ceremony, Poets’ Breakfast,
the Busking Competition, the Elvis Edible Art
Competition, the Northparkes Mines Street
Parade, Cars of the Era show and the Elvis
Gospel Service. The Elvis Wall of Fame will
honour Australian rock legend Angry Anderson, who will unveil his plaque on Wednesday 7 January.
IMAGE: Miss Priscilla line up - Parkes Elvis Festival
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Website Launch For Sally
For a number of years my business has needed a logo redesign and a
website that showcased my works but this was delayed due to wishing to find the right web developer. I was thrilled when Michael Yates
was highly recommended to me. Michael works within the team of
‘Five hours West’ alongside Claire Myers & his wife Denise, a talented
photographer who has shot many of the images on my site. Therefore, after working in partnership with them, I’m excited to announce
the launch of my website! It is a platform for works I’ve designed in
Canowindra and surrounds over the last ten years and a few Sydney
projects I also designed. I’m pleased that Sally Bourne Landscapes,
which has been in operation for over twenty years, has moved into
online territory and look forward to hearing customer feedback about
the website. If you’re ready to make the first step towards a magnificent landscape go to www.sallybournelandscapes.com.au and get in
By Sally Bourne
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OUR Bloke
Brought to you by your local bloke
21 Mill St, Canowindra, 6344 1097
Cabonne Council’s offices will be closed
from 5pm on Wednesday 24 December
2014 until Monday 5 January 2015.
The Molong Quarry will close at 10am on
Thursday 18 December 2014 and will
re-open on Monday 5 January 2015.
Garbage services will not be disrupted
during the Christmas-New Year period, with
kerbside collections continuing as normal
and the Shire’s waste depots opening as usual.
Council’s after-hours number will operate
throughout the holidays and anyone wishing
to make an urgent inquiry or report an
emergency should call 6392 3234.
Councillors and staff wish everyone a merry
Christmas and happy and safe New Year.
A.L. Hopkins
General Manager
PO Box 17
Matt Rice
How long have you lived in Canowindra?
My whole life except when I lived in Cronulla
for a couple of stints.
Where do you work? Eugowra Hospital as
a registered nurse and a builder for Woolworths at Cowra, Bathurst, Orange, Parkes
and Forbes.
What got you into nursing? I wanted to buy
a Harley and travel around Australia and you
can get a job in any town if you’re a nurse.
When you’ve got any spare time, how do
you like to spend it? I like to teach my boys
Lachlan and Alex, train Canowindra Little
Athletics and I train the Junior Pythons. I also
enjoy doing weights and going to Swimming
Club, hunting and horse-riding.
Worst habit? Swearing, it’s good for building
no good for nursing!
If you won the lotto what would you
spend it on? I would buy house at Arrawarra
right by the beach and go surfing, and then
take my wife to Italy.
Favourite motorbike? Harley Davidson
Fatboy because it’s big, loud and powerful
Who would you like to have dinner with?
My wife, Muhammad Ali, Nelson Mandela
and Roger Federer
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Christmastime, remembering our Saviour
and Lord, family, food, and presents! Over
many years of computer servicing I have
seen all manner of interesting things happen
to computers between Christmas and New
Year. PC’s don’t drink so don’t offer them any
as they don’t recover too well. Never eat or
drink around that shiny new device and if an
accident happens, follow these simple steps:
turn the power off, turn upside down to allow
liquids to drain away, let them dry out, consult advice as soon as practical. With new
PC’s or Macs, don’t ignore the option to create backups or recovery sets, as in the event
of a major failure or system issue it’s too late
to create a recovery set after the event. I will
be reopen on 2nd January and be available
on 23rd-24th and 28th December. Have a
blessed and safe Christmas and New Year!
Christopher J Gregory Computing
Christopher J Gregory
ABN: 78 485 351 236
Certified Microsoft OEM
Builder with over 25 years’
experience in the IT industry.
70A Gaskill St, Canowindra
0427 441 386 or 6344 1386
Closed Wednesdays – Available on Mobile
Now is a good time to come and
speak to me if you need a new laptop
before Christmas!
IMAGE: Matt Rice
Panasonic Lumix G6
Twin lens kit Now only
If you are planning a holiday over this festive
season, then one essential accessory is a
camera from the Complete Camera House in
Orange. With their $100 cash back offer on
various cameras, you can enjoy some great
savings as well as a 2 year warranty on these
cameras. Grab a Olympus M.Zuiko Digital 75300mm Lens for a serious camera lover, add
new dimensions to your photography and
take pictures that will last a lifetime.
• Prompt, Professional Service
• Fitted with Marshall Multispread Bins & GPS
• Spreading of Lime, Gypsum, Super, Urea,
Mixtures etc.
• Machines built for all terrains and conditions
• OH&S accredited/AFSA Member
Cowra, Greenthorpe, Gooloogong, Canowindra, Cargo,
Cudal, Eugowra, Woodstock and surrounding areas
0427 455 559 or AH 6345 5238
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Want answers on how to bring your home to life with Telstra
on the NBN? Your local Telstra Partner store is ready
with the answers. Our NBN experts will talk you through all
the things you can do with Telstra on the NBN and happily
answer any other questions you have. We look forward to
getting you up to speed.
Datavoice Communications Cowra
Shop 6 Cowra Plaza
59 Kendal Street
Cowra NSW 2794
02 6341 4039
For more information visit telstra.com/nbn
Programs tailored to achieve your goals.
One on one, cardio, strength, toning,
abs and core, weight loss, cycling, kids fitness
and group sessions.
Ron Lake 0448 979 222
Together, we can make a difference
Safe travels to Tim Tobin and Olivia Grant! You will be
If you have any photos from a special event, please send them to
[email protected]
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General Store
21 Dec
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Open Christmas Eve 8am-5pm
Closed Christmas Day
Open Boxing Day 8am-11am
‘Slushies Now Available Instore’
6364 3182 ... 2 Forbes Street Cargo
Canowindra preschool celebrated their graduation last
22 Dec
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CWA Meeting @ Morris Park 7pm. Please bring a small plate, drinks will be provided. All welcome
Canowindra Food Basket @ Uniting Church Hall 9:30am – 12pm.
Yoga classes @ the CWA rooms from 9:45am-10:55am. For more information
contact Robyn from Yoveda on 6341 1817.
“The Reason Being” performing @ The Canowindra Hotel.
Seafood raffle @ Canowindra Golf Club.
“Gedupndans” performing @ Orange Ex Services Club. For more information
contact 6362 2666.
Simmo’s Tagalong Offroad Tours –BYO 4WD. Camping Tour. For more information contact Greg Simpson on 0415 641 343.
The Heat is on with “Static Nomadic”, “Simone Thornett” and “Oli Statham”
performing @ The Royal Hotel.
Sunday Christmas Markets presented by Rotary Club Orange. 8am-12pm.
Northcourt, cnr Peisley & March St, Orange. (Event will be cancelled if raining)
Cudal Christmas Carols @ St Columbanus Catholic Church. Starts 7:30pm, all
“CANCER - What Now” 2 hr information session. For more information contact
Nancy on 6369 3381 or Carolynn on 6340 2434.
“Bonny Wythes” performing @ The Royal Hotel.
Tommy’s Christmas Day lunch.
“Rubba Band” performing @ Orange Ex Services Club. For more information
contact 6362 2666.
TAB Race Day @ Towac Park Races. Gates open 12pm, Towac Park Racecourse,
Orange. For more information contact 6361 4552.
Molong Historical Museum Open Day – Fairbridge Exhibition Room. 12:30pm3:30pm, 20 Riddell St, Molong. For more information contact 6366 8260.
McCormack Barber “NYE Party Under The Stars” - Family Event (no alcohol)
@ Waratahs Sportsground, Telopea Way, North Orange. From 5pm-9:30pm. For
more information contact 1800 069 466.
“Matt Robson DJ” @ The Royal Hotel.
“Midnight Drifters” performing @ Orange Ex Services Club. For more information contact 6362 2666
7-11 Jan
Parkes Elvis Festival. Celebrating Elvis Presley’s 80th Birthday Carnival style.
For more information visit parkeselvisfestival.com.au
11 Jan
Cowra Cup @ Cowra Racecourse, Grenfell Rd, Cowra. For more information visit
www.cowratourismcom.au or contact 6342 1143.
Summer Art Workshops For Children @ Cowra Regional Art Gallery. For children aged 7-9 yrs and 10-12yrs. To register, contact the Gallery on 6340 2190
SAVE THE DATE! Banjo Paterson Festival in Orange
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Cheryl Newsom and Derek Maitland at the Phoenix Christmas party
Santa needed some help getting down after too many mince pies
Lisa Starr and daughter Poppy pull a cracker!
The Alikinetic girls had some great dance moves at Moyne Carols in the Carpark
Having a good old singalong at Moyne Carols in the Carpark
Sam Wythes and Mark Brown at the Rugby
Christmas party
St Eddies nativity play on Monday night
Luke Watt and Tom Abbott at the Rugby Christmas
A great time was had by the TasteOrange staff at their Christmas
Party at Phillip Shaws Winery
If you have any photos from a special event, please send them to [email protected]
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HSC Results
Lining up for awards
School captains and vice captains
Don’t hug me mum!
Mckenzie Lazarou singing Please Dont Say You Love Me
The weeks of waiting are finally over for the
class of 2014 and their teachers with the release this Wednesday of the Higher School
Certificate results and Merit List for Distinguisher Achievers!
The results were received with a range of
emotions for the twenty seven students from
Canowindra High School who successfully
studied and completed their HSC across
twenty four courses. The best performances for the school were recorded in Design
and Technology, Business Studies, Industrial Technology and Music, where students
achieved a total of 7 band 6’s and 12 band
5’s. Biology, Standard English and Agriculture results were also worthy of mention.
Overall the results were solid and complimented the student’s previous success
in being recognised with major awards at
the school’s Annual Presentation Night and
gaining early entry to a range of universities.
Across all subjects many of the students
achieved their personal best and are to be
congratulated for their commitment and
hard work. On an individual level four students, who were previously acknowledged
for the quality of their major projects through
nomination for InTech 2015 and DesignTech
2015, were also recognised on the Merit List
as distinguished achievers – Tim Middleton
for Design and Technology, Business Studies
and Industrial Technology; Cormac Lamond
for Design and Technology; Sam McKenzie
for Design and Technology and Industrial
Technology; and, Talby Upton for Design and
Technology. These students also achieved
sound results in their other subjects along
with Luke Wallace, Emily Price, Catherine Davis, Lucy Harrison and Taryn Robinson who
achieved multiple band 5’s and 4’s.
The teachers are very pleased with the
student’s performance and commend them
for their success and achievement of the
rewards of their study and preparation. For
those intending to attend university the
school is looking forward to now hearing of
their success with gaining the required University Admissions Index (UAI.) Canowindra
High also enjoyed a fantastic Presentation
Night on Tuesday with a range of students
being recognised and awarded for their talents, including Mckenzie Lazarou who sang
‘Please Don’t Say You Love Me’ by Gabrielle
Aplin. Congratulations Canowindra High on a
fantastic year!
By Neryle Smurthwaite
The students and staff of
Canowindra High School
congratulate Year 12, 2014
on their success in the HSC
and wish them well for their
future endeavours.
Strive To Do Well
Enrolments and enquiries are always welcomed. Contact us on 6344 1305
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showed Aussie Hotel that it was going to be
hard to score runs, bowling a maiden in his
first and second overs. Pete Guthrie backed
him up, grabbing two wickets in his second
over, with a run out from young gun Tim Starr
. Guthrie then took another two wickets.
With another run out in between, Aussie Hotel were now 6-23, and then in Guthrie’s final over he got another wicket . Aussie Hotel
scraped together another 27 runs before being bowled out in the 15th over for 55. Young
Tim Starr bowled very well and was unlucky
not to get a wicket . Canowindra’s next game
is against Bowling Club on the 20th.
Exercise Is Your Best Friend
IMAGE: Skirts vs Shirts
Men’s Bowls
It was a fairly good weekend at the Club, with
Friday seeing an impressive roll-up for our
Market Night and Barefoot Bowls. On Saturday we had the Shirts v Skirts with 10 teams,
shirts beating skirts by a massive 171-111.
Well done boys! Bruce, Sparky and Cutter
were the winners of the day. Heather Hoad
and Lorne Burgess were runners-up. Resting
touchers: P Jones (2), Sparky (1). 100 Club
Winners: Nancy 1st, Ted 2nd, Jenny Cox 3rd.
Saturday night was a combined Lions Club
Christmas Party with about 70 or 80 people.
A good weekend had by all.
Next Friday night we have Ham & Turkey
Bowls, 6 bowls, 6pm for 6.30pm. Mixed
mufti, with individual noms. Please get your
names in before Friday.
Community Notices
The Anglican and
Uniting Churches
of Canowindra and
surrounding districts.
Sunday 21 December
8am St Matthew’s Anglican Church Woodstock
9.30am All Saints’ Anglican Church Canowindra
11.15am Cranbury Community Uniting Church
7.30pm Carols by the Creek at Pioneer Park
5pm St Paul’s Anglican Church Gooloogong
7.30pm Carols Service at St Columbanus’
Catholic Church Cudal
Wednesday 24 December CHRISTMAS EVE
11am Moyne Christmas Service
6pm St Paul’s Gooloogong
8pm St Matthew’s Eugowra
10pm All Saints’ Canowindra
Thursday 25 December CHRISTMAS DAY
7.30am St Matthew’s Woodstock
9am All Saints’ Canowindra
10.30am Cranbury
On Saturday 13th the first round of the Doug
Wright Shield 20/20 took place with Canowindra A grade taking on Aussie Hotel. Aussie
Hotel won the toss and sent Canowindra in
to bat with Pete Guthrie and Ben Schaefer
. Schaefer scored 20 from the first over,
with Pete Guthrie out for 7. Next up was
20/20 specialist JJ with a score of 1-33 . JJ
and Schaefer put on a strong partnership of
54 till JJ fell for 18, putting Canowindra in a
strong position. Next to fall was Schaefer.
Canowindra collapsed, and then some good
bowling and fielding from Aussie Hotel saw
Canowindra’s last 7 wickets fall for only 28
runs, Canowindra ending with a score of
108. In the first over, Canowindra’s skipper
Trades and Services
• General fabrication
• Custom built trailers & ute trays
• Aluminium, stainless steel &
general welding
General repairs • Sheet metal folding
Call Ben 0422 445 025 or
email [email protected]
Central Motors
• NRMA Insurance
(business & personal)
• RTA Inspections
• Mechanical Repairs
(02) 6344 1075
AH 0429 441 075
91 Gaskill St, Canowindra
Parking at rear
In this final instalment for the year, I would
like to wish my wonderful clients a Merry
Christmas and a safe and healthy 2015. I am
sincerely grateful for their support.
I would also like to remind everyone that my
group sessions will be commencing in January, and what better way to start the New
Year than with your best foot forward, turning
your dream of a new you into reality.
Places and times will be dependent upon
you, so please phone and book your place on
0448 979 222. This is the first time I’ll be doing group sessions, so I am counting on your
support. By helping me you are also helping
yourself, so don’t delay, make that phone call
straight away!
By Ron Lake
Cladding $7,995(85m2)
Patio $4,500 erected
Recreation Room $9,000
conditions apply BL83737C
6341 3122 www.panelspan.com.au
Gas Fitter, LPGas, personal Service.
Blocked drains cleared.
Call Tony 0438 906 125
Canowindra and districts. L/NO: 1456
1 28” Speedwell road bike 18 speed
$100 O.N.O
2 Mountain style bikes 1 male, 1 female,
10 speed, good condition $150 for the
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Wishing you all a very happy Christmas with
family and friends and good health and happiness in 2015. The New Year Party will be
held at J. Messengers house on Rodd Street
on 6th January. Bowls will commence again
on the 20th January.
Men’s Golf News
On Sunday 14th the event was a 2 Person
Ambrose. Winners on the day were Des McDonald & Len Hamilton with 62 Nett. Runners Up were Ned Grant & Dan Ebert with
62.5 Nett. Thanks to The Old Vic Inn for sponsoring the day and also thanks to Rhonda for
organising the lunch.
Upcoming Events
21/12 Medal Stroke Sponsor Robbie & Maureen Lawrence
26/12 2 Person Ambrose
28/12 18 Hole Stableford Sponsor Synercon
4/1/15 2 Person Ambrose Medley
IMAGE: Congratulations Little A’s
Little Athletics
Congratulations to all the future sports stars
who received awards at the Little A’s Presentation on Sunday night. Medallions will be
left at Canowindra Newsagency for any participants who could not make the presentation. The night was held at the Services Club
complete with a disco afterwards.
Canowindra Women’s Bowling
Club Winners & Runners-Up
Of Club Championships and
Competitions for 2014
Major Singles - Maureen Baillie, Runner UpColleen Crump
Minor Singles - Christine Pickard, Runner upDiane Slattery
Triples - D. Slattery, N. Morrow, C. Crump
Runners up - M. Wilson, M.Rue, S. O’Malveney
Fours - S. O’Malveney, D. Bryant, C.Pickard,
G. Haydon Runners up - M.Wilson B. Jenkins,
N.Morrow, D. Mooney
Consistency- Nancy Marrow runner up- Marion Wilson
Rose Bowl- Maureen Bailie runner up– Marion Wilson
Minor Pairs- M. Wilson, S. McDonald runners
up- R. Tatterson, C.Pickard
Handicap Pairs- D. Slattery, H. Hoad runners
up M. Wilson, G. Haydon
Points Score- C. Crump runner up D. Slattery
Club Person of the Year- R. Tatterson
Merit Award- N. Morrow
We wish to thank the Canowindra Community Bowls & Recreation Club for their
support during the year, Johnno Preston and
David Beath for making the greens ready to
play on each week and to the efficient and
friendly bar staff.
Swimming Club Report
A cool easterly provided little in the way of
wind assistance and a lot of wind chill by the
end of the night. Before this, 48 swimmers
were culled down to 6, through heats and
semis, for the Spoon final. With 11 seconds
separating the slowest from the fastest it
was a quick lap of freestyle. Michael Coady
triumphed in lane 3 as he swam a personal
best 21 seconds to take home the coveted
Spoon. The relay went to lane 4 as Lillian
Harrison, Connor Munroe, Lucas Ellis, Caitlin
Brand, Louis O’Dea, Patrick Hickman, Dominic Smyth and Finbar Smyth took home the
pennants. Special mention goes the Amara
Flannery who swam the first and last legs
of the relay for lane 3 as two brothers went
home after the relay was finalised and before
it was swum. This is the last week of swimming club for 2014 it resumes on Friday 9th
January 2015.
The Board of Directors and
staff wish everyone a
Lunch: Wed - Sun 11.30 - 2.30
Dinner: Wed - Thurs 5 - 9
Fri - Sun 5 - 9.30
Open Public Holidays
Merry Christmas and
Happy New Year!
All other hours as normal
Now open for Sunday Breaky in the Garden 9am-2pm
Phone 6344 1780
Saturday 20th Dec
Open 7 Days • Browns Ave, Canowindra • Ph 6344 1342