The Kendall Chronicle

Friday 6 March 2015
Volume 12 Issue 3
The Kendall Chronicle
YOUR COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER - Free & Independent!
~ Circulation to over 2,000 residents monthly ~
19 Comboyne Street, Kendall 2439
Ph: 6559 0055
Fax: 6559 0025
Email:
[email protected]
Website: kendall.org.au
Kendall Community Centre Presents
"Camden Haven Camerata"
by Rossini, Rodrigo, Mozart, Puccini, Schubert,
Telemann and Faber
featuring voice, bassoon & piano.............
.............music to soothe the soul
2.30pm SUNDAY 29 March at
KENDALL SCHOOL OF ARTS
Comboyne Street
Tickets at the door from 2pm are $15 (adults), $5 children
Includes afternoon tea following the concert
Enquiries Alvena 0401 608 240
In the first of four events to be held this year in the Kendall School of Arts Hall, local performers Sherrie Harris, Rob Llewellyn and Laurie & Penny Orchard will
present a classical concert of well-loved favourites.
Sherrie has a beautiful voice in the coloratura soprano
range, Laurie and Penny will accompany her on piano
as well as featuring some piano duets and it will be a
treat to listen to Rob play the all-too-little heard bassoon.
The ensemble "Camden Haven Camerata" has been
formed especially for this concert, which has been assisted by a grant from the NSW Regional Arts Country
Arts Support Program.
The concert will include pieces by Rossini, Rodrigo,
Mozart, Puccini, Schubert, Telemann and Faber.
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Friday 6 March, 2015
Afternoon tea with the performers will follow the concert which commences at 2.30pm on Sunday 29 March.
Tickets will be sold at the door from 2pm and cost $15
for adults and $5 for children.
Enquiries to Alvena Ferguson on 0401 608 240.
Get your TRAINLINK train ticket
at Kendall Community Centre
PH. 6559 0055
Monday to Friday
9.00am to 4.00pm
We DO NOT CHARGE a booking fee
Volume 12 Issue 3
Page 1
Do you think You’re
a good driver?
Art on Display at the
iKew Information centre
The centre is pleased to be able to display in their
gallery the talented works of two of our local artist, one being David Nicholls along with Ailsa another popular artist who has been asked to stay for
a second month. Ailsa depicts in her work both
scenic and animal paintings.
David has focussed on scenes around the Camden
Haven area, so beautifully painted you are sure to
recognise the subject.
As part of Seniors Week the Kendall Community
Centre, with assistance from the
NRMA and supported by a grant provided by
the NSW Government, will host an older driver seminar on Tuesday 17th March starting
at 2pm.
A licence to drive can be one of our most treasured possessions but we sometimes only realise
that when, facing with our senior years, we
foresee the day might come when we are no
longer able or allowed to drive. Our independence hinges on our ability to get ourselves
wherever we want to go when we want to, and
the prospect of being without this "right to
drive" is quite confronting for some people.
The prospect of annual driving tests after the
age of 85 can be daunting. This information
session is designed to help older drivers get
ready, both physically and psychologically for
that future day.
Heidi Novosell from NRMA will present an
hour long seminar titled "Years Ahead Driver
Program" and will answer your questions and
discuss any concerns you may have. It is expected the whole session will take a couple of
hours and will be followed by afternoon tea.
A lot of seniors are passing through at present on
their trek up north. The installation of the “Dump”
for vans outlets has been a draw card.
The grants given have helped with the restoration
of the toilet facilities. The solar panels have reduced our electricity bill dramatically and the updating of the security system is going ahead.
The Reviver, Survivor drop-in at the iKew centre
kept all the volunteers busy over December/
January. The next one will be over Easter break.
iKew Information Centre.
Open from 10am – 4pm, 7 days a week.
Phone: 6559 4400.
A BIG THUMBS DOWN...
to the two females seen loading a
gold coloured Holden Commodore
with bags of items left outside the
Kendall Op Shop on Sunday 22nd
February. Shame on you! You have committed a
crime and stolen from the needy people in our
community.
The seminar is open to all seniors
free of charge.
If you would like further information please
call Alvena Ferguson on 0401 608 240.
Bookings for the seminar are required for
catering purposes and are being taken at the
Kendall Community Centre on 6559 0055 or
call in between 9am and 4pm.
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Volume 12 Issue 3
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NOTICE TO ALL RECIPIENTS
OF THE CHRONICLE
IT WAS SHOW
TIME AND DOWN
CAME THE
RAIN!!!!
The Chronicle has been an integral part of the Kendall and surrounding areas for many years, and it has
provided an important information service to all who
care to read it.
As with other years it is always a gamble to put the
Camden Haven Show on and unfortunately that gamble
didn’t pay off this year. The rain came and a huge portion of the show was cancelled. However, some events
did proceed such as all the pavilion events, the poultry
show, Noah’s Thoroughbred Racing Pigs and the Junior
Rodeo. A big thankyou has to go out to all the volunteers and workers who tried to keep the show going but,
safety comes first.
For all those people who would still like to see some of
the events which were cancelled we would like to advise that we are holding a MINI SHOW WHICH
WILL BE HELD ON 27/28 & 29 MARCH 2015.
Twilight Dressage commences at 5pm on Friday 27th
and on Saturday 28th Show Jumping and Hack show
with an 8.30am start and then on Sunday 29th we have
more Show jumping, Chainsaw Racing, the U Bute Ute
Show and to finish off the weekend we have the Demolition Derby.
So with the hope of good weather and a lovely fine
weekend - come along and see all these fantastic
events, there’s something for everyone to enjoy and
have some fun.
IRISH TEXT MESSAGE:
‘Mary, me darlin’ I’m just having one
more pint with the lads.
If I’m not home in 20 minutes Read this message again. xx
The Chronicle was initially published fortnightly
and, because of significant increases in cost of production, a few years back this was changed to monthly editions and it has continued monthly ever since.
Again, we are faced with significant cost increases
and diminishing advertising revenue and therefore it
is necessary to re-look at the economics of continuing on the same basis.
This article is advance notice to all readers that the
method of distribution will vary over the next two
months to a more economically efficient program.
Please be assured that, whatever decisions are made,
the Chronicle will always be available for pickup
Monday to Friday at the Kendall Community Centre
Office.
We wish to ensure that the Kendall Chronicle continues in production and becomes even more important
in the circulation of all local news items. It is
planned to be pro-active in creating news items and
reports from community groups, as well as extending
our circulation.
PLEASE NOTE: THE KENDALL CHRONICLE
CAN BE VIEWED ONLINE AFTER THE 1ST
FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH ON THE KENDALL
WEBSITE:
KENDALL.ORG.AU
Breakfast menu
now available every
Sat/Sun until 11.30am!
COMPUTER COURSE
Enjoy a delicious
lunch or indulge in a
homemade cake or
dessert
Cost is only $10/lesson and is held in the Kendall
Community Centre each Monday for 5 wks
NEXT COURSE BEGINS March 23, 2015
(maximum of 5 per class)
Call 6559 0055 to register
OPEN 6 DAYS*
9am – 4pm
33 River Street Kendall
Ph. 6559 0085
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Come on Girls, 'Lets get Physical’ in Kendall!!!
Camden Haven Physical Culture is now running classes at Kendall Community Centre hall and we
would love you to join us. Physie (also known as Physical Culture) is the perfect combination of movements designed to increase strength, fitness and flexibility. The benefits for your daughter are increased co
-ordination, brain development and confidence.
Physie is a synchronised, team-based sport that’s social and fun and an excellent
low impact dance and aerobic activity. Your local Physie club Camden Haven
Physical Culture Club is run by dedicated teachers who provide classes for all ages
and abilities from pre-schoolers to ladies. Designed with Australian families in
mind, classes start from $5 a week with an annual registration of only $30 for
Mini Groovers and $90 for ages 5 and up. With no expensive costumes
or recital fees, Physie is an affordable way to learn to dance and keep fit
with a touch of glamour and a lot of fun!
It’s a Girly Thing!
Grandmothers, mothers, daughters and grand-daughters can all be members of the same Physie club and share
their involvement in this unique sport. From ages 3 to 73, Physie is a sport for life. Our club caters to all ages
and abilities so Physie is an experience you can share right throughout your life.
Generations of Australian women have cherished the friendships and close-knit bonds that Physie creates. More
than a sport, Physie is a welcoming community of fun, healthy, active families.
Wednesdays Kendall Community Hall
Mini Groovers
5-6 Yrs
7-8 Yrs
9-12 Yrs
Ladies
3.30pm – 4.00pm
4.00pm – 4.30pm
4.30pm – 5.15pm
5.15pm – 6.00pm
6.15pm – 7.15pm
Monday Laurieton School Of Arts
Mini Groovers
5-6 Yrs
7-8 Yrs
9-12 Yrs
Ladies
3.30pm – 4.00pm
4.00pm – 4.30pm
4.30pm – 5.15pm
5.15pm – 6.00pm
6.15pm – 7.15pm
Tuesday Laurieton School Of Arts
5–8 Yrs
9-12 Yrs
Ladies
4.00pm – 5.00pm
5.00pm – 6.00pm
6.15pm – 7.15pm
We would Love to see lots of new members. For any enquiries please contact
Melanie Sullivan on 0424 285 193 or Lydene Heslop on 0417441159
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Come Dance with Me
at the
BLACK TIE BALL !
Let’s dig out those ball gowns and bow ties and go to
town!
In an event not to be
missed, a Black Tie Ball
is to be held on behalf of
the Schools To Schools
Shared Footpath project.
The ball is being hosted
by the Kendall Services
and Citizens Club on
Saturday 14th March
from 8.00pm.
Tickets cost $30 with all
proceeds to be channelled into this great
cause.
Kendall CWA
Kendall Branch CWA have a busy year ahead with many
activities planned.
Every year CWA study a different country and branches
hold an "International Day" where we invite other branches
and our local school to participate. On the 31st March Kendall branch will be celebrating all things Italian and much
discussion was needed! To help with the lunch menu selection Kath and Bronnie brought delicious samples for us to
try (thank you ladies). The guest speaker is organised, also
decorations and importantly Kendall Public School coordinating teacher Mrs Michelle Budai has the children creating their Italian books for judging.
Also figuring largely on the agenda was Election Day 28th
March, where the Kendall CWA ladies will hold a lamington stall at Kendall School of the Arts. Those in the "know"
will be voting early!
Anyone wishing to find out more about our fun branch
should contact Mrs Di Davis 65569753
Gael Mackenzie, Publicity Officer - Kendall CWA
iKEW INFORMATION CENTRE
Entertainment will be provided by The Black Magic
Band and with around 18 individual instruments, a big
band sound to rival Glen Miller’s Orchestra should be
heard. Rumour has it there will be some old-time
dance music, some swing and the return of The Monte
Carlo competition for those who can remember the
good old days.
As many of you know this community activity opened
for business some 22 months ago. The information centre has grown enormously in that time thanks to the
many loyal volunteers who man this activity 7 days a
week 10am to 4pm.
We, on the management group, would like to invite all
local residents to call in and have a look at what can be
The River Oak Dining Room will be open from 6.00pm achieved with determination and loyalty.
for a pre-ball feast and a platter of nibblies will be proThe centre not only stocks a very wide range of tourist
vided for each table.
maps, but advertises many local businesses. We offer
There are many prizes on offer on the night including very friendly and professional assistance to all visitors
the best decorated table and best dressed couple. Also, which is obviously appreciated because the number of
a raffle is being held in conjunction with a number of visitors has increased at a very steady rate since we
prizes donated including a George Foreman Grill, a 60 opened.
litre esky, wine magnums etc. Tickets for the raffle are
We have unearthed many local Artisans whose craft and
available from the club.
woodwork is of such a high standard it has set a new
Bookings are essential for the Black Tie Ball and tick- benchmark, and a distinct “point of difference” to other
local outlets. All items stocked are made locally includets are limited. Avoid the rush and purchase your
ing Ricardoes Jams and Preserves, Native Forest pure
tickets from Kendall Services Club now.
honey, Native soaps and skincare products. Our range
both practical items and giftware must be seen to be
RIDING TO COMMENCE of
believed.
FOR 2015
RDA 158 Batar Creek Road, Kendall
The information centre is located at 133 Nancy Bird
Walton Drive, Kew.
Riding to commence at the Kendall Centre on
We would love to see you and you may wish to become
Tuesdays and Wednesday mornings
involved as a volunteer. Contact us on 6559 4400.
So register your interest
Should you be eligible to ride please phone Elizabeth on 6559 8774
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Our Volunteers are ready and rearing to go!!
Should you wish to become involved with a rewarding
activity and volunteer your time
Phone Kathy on 0423 854 174
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Friday 6 March, 2015
RIDING FOR THE DISABLED KENDALL CENTRE
Meeting will be held at Kendall Services & Citizens Club,
On Friday 27th March, 2015 at 9.30am
Ph 0423 854 174 - ALL WELCOME!
Volume 12 Issue 3
Page 5
KEW CORNER STORE
HAS NEW OWNERS
KENDALL MUSIC EXCHANGE
New owners of Kew Corner Store, Staffan Andler and
his family are very excited about their purchase of this
iconic local business. They are looking forward to continuing to provide excellent service and local produce to
their customers.
Terry Memory and all the other musicians made the 6th February a very enjoyable evening of great music once again.
The next music exchange night at the Kendall Community
Hall will take place on Friday 6th March. The main guest
guest artists will be ‘TWO GOATS AND A FISH’. “I am
very excited to finally
A few years ago Staffan and his family relocated to the hear Two Goats and a
Camden Haven area where his wife Bronwyn has fami- Fish as our main guest
ly connections. They have both been actively involved artists, as we have only
with a number of non-profit organisations since their
heard a few of their
arrival. Now, through the purchase of Kew Corner
songs so far” says Alison.
Store, they are looking forward to giving back to the
local community by actively working towards making
Kew a great place to visit.
Holly on guitar, mandolin, bodhran and voice
With a number of new housing developments currently box has been a musician
being built and more planned in the local area, there is for 35 years playing in
Sydney bush bands and
great potential for growth to be injected into the comvarious Irish and folk
mercial districts of Kew and Kendall. Staffan plans to ensembles and writing
introduce a number of new local products, and extended her own songs.
trading hours making Kew Corner Store a one stop
She also plays gorgeous Celtic harp. Greg on table, udu,
shop.
cajon and talking drum has
Much of the store’s character, which was faithfully de- been dabbling in a variety of
percussion forms for many
veloped by the previous owner Paul Macindoe, will be years, Jack of all!..He got da
retained. When you visit Kew Corner Store you will
riddem!
still be able to purchase a delicious cup of “Peak” cof- Gianna on guitar, mandolin
fee, a creamy tub of “Rosco” ice cream and tasty fresh and voice box has been a singfocaccia rolls. Also available for purchase are fresh
er/songwriter for most of her
local fruit and vegetables, including Ricardoes Tomaadult life and also plays Afritoes jams and preserves, giftware and craft goods, fresh can Djembe and Dun Duns.
Together Two goats and a
bread daily and general groceries together with many
Fish play a mix of original and
office and stationary supplies. The well established
cover material with love, harNewsagency with Lotto, Newspapers, Magazines and
mony and soul.
Cards will continue to provide an all-round service.
Staffan and his family would like to wish Paul and his
family good luck for their future endeavours. He would
like to also extend a warm welcome to all the existing
customers and is looking forward to seeing new faces in
the store. Come in soon for a great coffee and a chat.
Paul wished to thank his loyal customers from over the
years and wishes Staffan and his staff great success.
[email protected]
Your community book exchange
Monday
10am - 2pm
Tuesday
10am - 2pm
Wednesday
10am - 2pm
Thursday
9am - 2pm
Friday
10am - 2pm
Saturday
10am - 12noon
Bookclub @Bookends @Kendall
1st Wednesday each month @ 7.00pm
Get reading, come along & join in the discussions
Bring some nibblies to share - All Welcome -
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Then, in April, we will have a slight change of date. Because the first Friday in April turns out to be Good Friday,
we are holding the music exchange night on Friday 10th
April instead. So please mark your calendar for that one.
Guest artists on the 10th April will be “Jim and Sue” from
Bonny Hills. It will be fantastic to hear Jim and Sue again.
Jim and Sue have been performing their heartfelt original
songs, and carefully selected covers, together for eight years
now. Their style could be described as acoustic folk, sometimes with a dash of soft rock, sometimes with a hint of
country and blended with their beautiful vocal harmonies.
Jim plays acoustic guitar and sue the djembe and percussion
to accompany their lovely voices.
Local musicians are always encouraged to bring their instrument along and share a couple of songs. And, of course, you
are most welcome to just come and listen to some beautiful
music.
Doors open at 6.30pm for a 7pm start,
Entry is by donation.
For more information contact Alison on 0431 682 357.
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KENDALL TAKE AWAY
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
TRACY & RON are happy to serve you during extended 6 day trading hours as follows:
Monday:
Tuesday:
Wednesday:
Thursday:
Friday:
Saturday:
Sunday:
CLOSED
7.00am to
7.00am to
7.00am to
7.00am to
8.30am to
8.30am to
4.00pm
5.00pm
5.00pm
7.30pm
7.30pm
7.30pm
All food items we sell are totally FRESH!
Our specialty is house made chicken schnitzels in a variety of fresh rolls or wraps. Plus a great range of house
made hamburgers.
“Premium Coffee Roasters” is local coffee roasted and blended in Port Macquarie and used in all our coffees.
We offer a large range of “Peters” scoop ice cream flavours. A local natural honey is also available.
Our experience covers 35 years in the hospitality industry, having owned three take aways and also provided catering services for functions of various sizes. We would be happy to help you plan a menu. So why not call in
and see us at 10 Comboyne Street.
Letters to the Editor ...
I write in regard to the loss of public access to the Kendall Historic town wharf through the Town Green.
Everyone I have thus far spoken with is either completely unaware of this loss and, once aware, are unanimously against it.
The odd few that were aware, are also unanimously
against it ( i.e 100% ).
If time permits before printing, I wonder if the Chronicle could publically shed any light on this matter?
I am currently awaiting a response from the Mayor, Peter Besseling.
Kind regards,
Sally Stutsel
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JOKE FOR THE DAY!!!
A senior citizen drove his brand new Holden Senator out
of the dealership.
Taking off down the road, he pushed it to 120 kph, enjoying the power of the car ..
Amazing,"he thought as he flew down the F3, pushing the
"
pedal even more.
Looking in his rear view mirror, he saw a highway patrol
car, blue lights flashing and siren blaring.
He floored it to 140 kph, then 180kph, then suddenly he
thought, "
What am I doing? I'm too old for this!"and pulled
over to await the patrol car.
Pulling in behind him, the officer got out of his vehicle
and walked up to the car.
He looked at his watch, sighed and said, "
Sir, my shift ends
in 30 minutes - Today is Friday If you can give me a new reason for speeding - a reason
I've never heard before - I'll let you off this time....."
The old gentleman paused and thought......finally he said,
Well, Officer, 33 years ago, my wife ran off with a police"
man; I thought maybe you were bringing her back."
Have a good day, Sir,"replied the police officer.
"
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Volume 12 Issue 3
Page 7
WINNER RETURNS TO KENDALL
IN MARCH, 2015
HERONS CREEK CEMETERY
CLEAN-UP
The organising committee of the Kendall National Violin Competition has much pleasure in presenting Yejin
Min, the 2014 Winner, in concert at the Kendall School
of Arts on 22 March at 2.00pm.
'Herons Creek Heritage and Tourist Trails committee
are holding an information tour of the Herons Creek
cemetery as part of the 2015 Heritage Festival celebrations promoted by Port Macquarie Hastings Council.
Yejin, one of the leading young Australian violinists,
impressed both the judges and the audience with the
mastery of her instrument and the maturity of her performance. We are very fortunate to have the opportunity of hearing Yejin again at Kendall. She will be accompanied by the outstanding competition pianist,
Jeanell Carrigan.
In preparation for that event we propose to hold a
working bee at the cemetery on 21st March to clean
up the grounds and tidy up unattended grave sites and
with permission of family members, clean memorial
plaques to reveal wording.
We shall be glad of contributions for the afternoon tea
which gives the audience a chance to meet the artists
after the concert.
Members of families who have loved ones buried
there are encouraged to join in the clean up effort on
March 21st to give the cemetery a much needed face
lift.
The competition organisers and the major partner, Forestry Corporation of NSW, will be presenting
the concert on 22nd March at 2 p.m. in the Kendall
School of Arts.
If you are able to assist and be involved in the clean
up or in the sharing of your loved one's story we
would like to hear from you. Please contact Daphne
and Les Latham on 6585 5383
Tickets cost $25 for adults and $10 for students and are
available by sending cheques and SAE to KNVC, P.O.
Box 86, Kendall, 2439 OR by contacting Mavis Barnes
on 6559 4339.
Email: [email protected],com or
Bill Boyd 65 857 022 or email [email protected]
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Volume 12 Issue 3
Page 8
NORTH HAVEN GLASS
AND SCREENS
KENDALL COMMUNITY OP-SHOP REPORT
The Half-Price sale in February was a great success. The racks and
shelves are full again, thanks to continuing donations. There is a
large selection of linen and blankets, so stock up for the approaching winter months. We also have a selection of summer clothing
still available, from children’s wear through to ladies and men’s
apparel. There are lovely soft toys, games, jigsaw puzzles, and on
that stand near the front counter you will find cards for all occasions, stationary, CD’s, and DVD’s. Shoes and handbags are found
in this section of the shop. On display are backpacks, soft sided
carry bags and larger suitcases. If you are not travelling those large
suitcases are handy for storing out of season clothes.
As always the book section is brimming with great reading matter.
Romantic fiction, historical fiction and fact, great novels, biographies, gardening and cook books. There is young adult fiction
and picture books for the younger reader.
You can pick up some great magazines from the rack at the front
counter.
The Kendall Op-Shop Grants night will be held at the Kendall
Services and Citizens Club on Thursday 12th March, commencing at 6 pm followed by refreshments. Grants, Charity Grants,
Sponsorships and Major Project Grants will be announced. All
volunteers and community members are invited to attend. The
Bells of Haven (recipients of a grant last year) will be providing
entertainment. Please come along and see how the money raised
through your support is distributed.
Jackie O’Donoghue has taken on the role of Assistant Volunteer
Co-ordinator. We welcome new volunteers, Jenny Easy, Ingrid
Friend and Elaine Browning.
We cannot accept TV’s, computer monitors, gas heaters etc., there
is a new sign near the front door itemising goods that are unacceptable. Please do not leave listed items as the Op-Shop has to
pay for the removal of these goods.
Due to bags of items being stolen from outside the shop it is also
advisable to drop them off during our open hours if possible.
Thankyou.
KENDALL COMMUNITY OP-SHOP
Trading hours:
Monday to Friday:
9.00am – 4.00pm
Saturday:
9.00am – 12.30pm
First Sunday each month: 9.00am – 1.30pm
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Fast glass replacement
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Made to measure security and flyscreen doors
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Made to measure flyscreens
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remeshing of all existing
screens
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Shower screens

Caravan window repairs

Glass table tops and
shelves

Door and window
rollers available

MIRRORS MADE TO SIZE
Call alan on 6559 9555 or
0447 789701 for prompt
service or call in to 531 ocean drive IN
north haven
This issue’s SUDOKU is a medium one!
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CAMDEN HAVEN RURAL FIRE SERVICE
EMERGENCY:
DIAL 000
Fire Control, Wauchope:
Captain: Terry Standing
President: Ron Morris
Secretary: Joanne Thorpe
Permit officers Kevin O’Donoghue
John Corrigan
Alan Hagney
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INDOORS OR OUT ON THE DECK
RELAXED , FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE—LIVE MUSIC
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PLUS!
BROWSE THE KENDALL BAZAAR
Buy fresh, local homegrown vegetables, herbs, plants &
seedlings, fertilizers, jams, honey, craft, jewellery etc.
Stalls are available at a very reasonable price
Please enquire in the Centre Office on 6559 0055
Pick ’n pay vegies & herbs from the
Global Garden behind the Hall
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Friday 6 March, 2015
Volume 12 Issue 3
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KENDALL CALENDAR
MONDAY
Pilates Kendall School of Arts 5-6.m, Ali 0431463461
2nd & 4th Mon: Kendall Kettles Craft Kendall Services Club
9.am to 1pm: Elizabeth 6559 0258
3rd Mon: Kendall District Gardeners meeting Kendall Community
Hall 10am. All welcome.
4th Mon: Camden Haven Landcare meeting Kendall War Memorial Rooms 7.30pm with supper after meeting.
TUESDAY
Ladies Sports Kendall Services Club 10am
Social Darts Kendall Services Club 6.30pm
Kendall Riding for the Disabled, Batar Ck Rd 9.30-12.30 Elizabeth
0423854174/6559 8774
Camden Haven St John the Evangelist, Mass 9.00am
Kendall Mens Shed 8am-4pm
2nd Tues: Lorne Rural Fire Brigade, Fire Station Stewarts River
Rd 7.30pm, John 65569677
3rd Tues: Kendall CWA Kendall War Memorial Rooms 10am Sue
Carter 6556 9677
Kendall Community Boat Shed Mtg: 7pm at Kendall Services
Club.
WEDNESDAY
Tai chi & Qigong Traditional style class for women, Kendall S of
A, 10.45am, Lucille 0438072219
Kendall Riding for the Disabled, Batar Ck Rd 9.30am-12.30 Elizabeth 0423854174/6559 8774
Lorne Rangers Craft Group Lorne Community Hall 10am-2pm
Nicola 6556 9773
Bingo at Kendall Services Club 6.30pm
Physical Culture - Girls all ages (see new advert in this chronicle)
1st Wed: Bookclub at Bookends 7pm. - all welcome
3rd Wed: Camden Haven RFB mtg, Kendall Rd, Kew 7.30pm.
Phone Terry 6559 8973 or Ron 6585 7112
or 0408216885
THURSDAY
‘The Meeting Place’ Kendall Community Centre. Morning tea
served 9-12pm - Plus Kendall Veggie Bazaar at Kendall Community Centre. Phone 6559 0055 for details.
Kendall Mens Shed 8am-12noon
Kayaking: 7.30am for 8am start at Kendall Boat Ramp. Everyone
welcome in all weathers. Ph. Ian 6559 4734
1st & 3rd Thurs. Social paddle Kendall Boat Shed, 8.30am on the
water. All welcome. Ph Diann 65596740.
1st Thurs: Kendall Heritage Society Meeting. Kendall Services
Club 7.30pm
4th Thurs: Camden Haven PAH&I Society Mtg. Kendall Showground 7.00pm
FRIDAY
Pilates Kendall School of Arts 9-10.am, Ali 0431463461
Tai chi & Qigong Traditional style class for men, S of A Hall,
10.45am, Lucille 0438072219
Kendall Music Exchange: Kendall S of A held on the 1st Friday of
each month 6.30pm. Alison 0431 682 357
SUNDAY
St Stephens Uniting Church, Kendall 10.00am. 6559 4037
Camden Haven St John the Evangelist, Kendall Mass 9.00am 6559
8354
Jnr Golf Coaching & Games at Camden Haven Golf Club 9.00am
6559 4596
1st SUNDAY
Kendall Showground Markets at Kendall Showground
FUTURE:
6 March: Kendall Music Xchange—Two Goats & a Fish
22 March: KNVC concert 2pm Kendall S of A
29 March: Camerata Concert, Kendall S of A 2pm
14 March: Black Tie Ball 8pm Kendall Club
10 April: Kendall Music Xchange—Jim and Sue
The Kendall Chronicle
Friday 6 March, 2015
The Kendall Chronicle is published by the Kendall Community
Centre, 19 Comboyne Street, Kendall, NSW.
Contact us: Phone: 6559 0055 Fax: 6559 0025
Email: [email protected]
Post: 19 Comboyne Street, Kendall, NSW, 2439
Deadline for Advertising and Editorial strictly FRIDAY 9.00am.
Letters to the Editor are submitted on condition that the Kendall Community
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reject any article and has the right to and license third parties to reproduce in
electronic form and communicate these letters. The views expressed in this
publication are not necessarily those of the editor.
Disclaimer: The Kendall Community Centre and the Editor and volunteers of
this Newspaper have published any article herein in good faith and bear no responsibility in respect to the accuracy of the information contained in such article. Any person or persons publishing material in this newspaper do so in the
knowledge that they shall personally accept any responsibility for the accuracy
and correctness of such articles and also accept full responsibility for the legal
consequences if it be found that the article contains any inaccuracies in the con-
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DIAL 000
Fire Control, Wauchope:
Captain: Bruce Barlin
President: Craig Budai
Secretary: John Carter
6588 9000
6556 9656
6559 0245
6556 9677
Permit officers Graham Nosworthy - 6556 9773
Mike Hodges
- 6556 9652
Craig Budai
- 6556 0245
KENDALL
COMMUNITY CENTRE
CAN HELP!
 Australian Taxation Office
information & forms
 To design a flyer
 To type up your resume, a
letter or an assignment?
 Assistance with publicity for
your group?
 Important documents copied &
laminated?
 A Justice of the Peace to
witness your signature or
certify copies of documents
 Birth Certificate Applications
Come in & see the friendly
volunteers at the Kendall
Community Centre who
will be glad to help you
Hours 9am - 4pm
Monday to Friday
Ph. 02 6559 0055
Fax: 02 6559 0025
on
[email protected]
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KENDALL DISTRICT GARDENERS CLUB NEWS
John Carter welcomed some new members to the garden club.
Next month there will be a talk about herbs. In April the club has been invited to have its meeting at Sandra’s
Bamboo Nursery. John handed out his excess dried yeast to those who wanted some. He requested that people return any borrowed garden club books as soon as they can. Suggestions for guest speakers in May, June
and July were invited.
Show and Tell:
Richard showed what appeared to be a pot bound tree which had died as the roots hadn’t been teased out
when the tree had been planted. A plant was identified by Bud. Citrus curl is caused by a leaf mite which can
be sprayed with white oil. A Bunya pine cone was shown and it was stated that the seed actually creates a secondary nut underground. Loan showed some of her magnificent orchids one of which had won first prize at the
Laurieton orchid Show. A working bee will be held at the hall on Tuesday 24 February around 8:30am.
Horticultural speakers are being arranged for a date in July. Bud has some cordylines and a Mexican fern tree
to be dug out by anyone who wants them. Richard has some gutter guard to give away.
This month’s speaker was Paul Mckinley who talked about preparing and presenting fruit and vegetables for
the Camden Haven show scheduled for 22/23 Feb. Paul has been organising the vegie and fruit section of the
show for more than ten years. The judge looks for similar quality to that for vegies you would buy in a store.
The biggest vegetable/fruit is not necessarily the best. When more than one is required, uniformity of size is
important. They should be ripe. Eggs are normally shown in cartons with the pointy end down and should be
uniform in colour and size. Keep an eye on the number of items in the entry, usually it is 3. Try to keep them
blemish free and commercial size. Entries will be received from Friday morning from 8am till about 4:30pm.
Flowers and pot plants must be in by 3pm.
John thanked all who participated in today’s meeting.
Next meeting 16 March.
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Friday 6 March, 2015
Volume 12 Issue 3
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