West Arthur Community Resource Centre trainee Ashleigh Putland has recently completed her certificate III in business and is now embarking on a certificate in III in tourism. Adam Prowse and William Neil-Smith at the performance workshop in Darkan.
News from around West Arthur from July 11-18.
Tidy Towns judging done
TIDY Towns Sustainable Communities 2011-12 judging took place on July 6.
Lisa Saunders, Heather McDougall, Neil Manuel and Kate Johnston met the judges and proceeded to the Kylie Reserve.
Neil gave a tour of the reserve telling the history to judges, Peter and Rhonda Ashton and Tidy Towns Regional co-ordinator Anita Hetherington.
Lisa and Kate then took the judges to the Moodiarrup Sports Complex, Lake Towerrinning, Duranillin then back to Darkan for afternoon tea where shire chief executive Nicole Wasmann went through the plans for the community resource centre and Darkan Hall extensions/renovations.
A power point presentation of the past years activities was also shown.
Peter and Rhonda showed Anita the Rail Reserve and Darkan Sport and Community Centre on their way out of town.
The results will be announced at the Regional Awards being held in Darkan on August 10.
EIGHT Darkan children attended a performance workshop on the first Friday of the holidays with Petrina Bishop the artistic director of AKANNA Entertainment based in Mandurah.
The children between the ages of eight and 15 learnt how to present themselves in front of an audience and really get the most from a song.
They all enjoyed the different experience and Ms Bishop was very impressed with the vocal talents of one student in particular, Alice Neil-Smith who studies singing and guitar in Perth.
Trainee completes certificate
THE West Arthur Community Resource Centre is proud to announce that its first trainee, Ashleigh Putland has completed her certificate III in business.
Ashleigh is such an integral part of the West Arthur CRC that they have offered her another traineeship in tourism which she is now taking up.
Tourism is a new area for the CRC and they are looking forward to expanding into this area with Ashleigh at the helm.
MAINTENANCE graders are working at Cordering North, Capercup South, Gibbs and Trigwell Bridge Road.
Construction staff is working on the Darkan Sport and Community Centre car park storm damage.
THE free basic computer courses are on holidays but when they resume on August 2 the topic will be shopping on the internet.
Note change of date – they were to resume on July 26, but have been postponed a week.
Mini workshops are free and on at the West Arthur CRC Computer room on Thursdays from 10-11am.
No need to RSVP.
WESTCARE is able to assist persons in genuine need.
In the shire of West Arthur contact Maureen South on 0427 857 120, Pam Wales on 9736 1117 or Fran Dawson on 9736 1313.
THE doctor will not be visiting Darkan until July 31 as he is away at a conference.
Avoid clearing fines
IF YOU want to know the rules about vegetation clearing and deep drainage and avoid huge fines there are a series of workshops in August regarding these topics.
There will be a workshop in Darkan at the West Arthur CRC on August 3 from 10am-12pm.
For more information and to RSVP call Michelle Gooding at West Arthur Landcare on 9736 2004.
THE next ordinary council meeting will be held on July 26 at 5pm.
Public question time commences at the start of each meeting.
IF YOU are interested in a sourdough bread and/or a raw chocolate cooking course register your interest with the West Arthur Community Resource Centre by phoning 9736 2000 or [email protected]南京夜网.au.
THE toy library is keen to take advantage of the great toy sales around at the moment and add to their stock, but would like input from members as to what to buy.
Members can contact Linda Lloyd if they think a particular toy would be a great addition to the library.
WEST Arthur Lions Club would like to find out how many people may be interested in ordering the new rose called Lions Rose.
Lions Australia, in conjunction with Treloar Roses, have brought out a gorgeous shrub rose with fully double white blooms open with a breath of apricot and produced in clusters of three to five.
There is a slight fragrance and the glossy foliage is highly resistant to black spot and mildew.
From 2012, $1 from the sale of each rose will go to the Australian Lions Childhood Cancer Research Foundation.
If ordering through West Arthur Lions the maximum price will be $18.95, however the price will come down if many orders are received.
Contact Denise Gooding if you are interested on 9736 1175 or email [email protected]南京夜网.au
ALL seniors are invited to the West Arthur CRC on July 27 for a quiz morning, complete with morning tea.
Morning tea is from 9.30am and quiz starts at 10am.
Tables can be made up on the day.
JULY 7 was the July Denroy Poll Dorset Trophy and the third qualifying round.
First was Jayden Webb on 79-20-59 and second was Graeme Prowse with 78-9-69.
The gross winner was Scott Ewen with 76.
On July 14 the men played for the Merv Wunnenberg Trophy.
First was Paul Lloyd on 41 and second was Murray Boxall with 38.
The gross winner was Ian Woodruff.
This weekend is the men’s open weekend and the next Saturday, July 28, is the CSBP trophy.
THE next immunisation clinic in Darkan will be July 26 from 9.30-10.30am.
No appointments for the immunisation clinic are necessary.
THE Uniting Church meets on the first and third Sunday of the month at 9am.
Next service is on August 5.
KYB is held on Tuesday at 9.30am at Duranillin School.
The Catholic Church meets on the first and third Sunday of the month at 8am.
The next service is on August 5.
The Anglican Church meets on the second Sunday of the month at 8am at Darkan, the fourth Sunday of the month at 8am at Darkan and the third Sunday of the month at 8am at Arthur River.
The next service in Arthur River will be on August 19 at 8am.