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ARLO Glazbrook, from the
Wheatsheaf Hotel, Price, is
organising several events to
raise money for the
As part of the U.G.L.Y.
erous, Likeable You)
Bartender of the Year
Competition he has held a
successful bowls day, at
Ardrossan on the weekend
and raised just over $1000.
"This year, we are run-
ning a raffle for $1 a ticket,
you could win a four-burn-
er barbecue, convection
oven or a carton of beer,"
Mr Glazbrook said.
"We have raffles/lucky
squares running every day
and the Wheatsheaf Hotel
is having Thursday $9.50
schnitzel nights, Friday
happy hour from 6.30pm-
7.30pm and Saturday
$13.50 steak nights ... this is
when we get the most peo-
ple through the door so it
helps with fundraising.
"These are your best
nights to get involved, so
come down and enjoy a
meal in our dining room
and help us get UGLY."
Arlo's boss, Marlene
Brooks, has pledged to
shave her head if he man-
ages to raise $3000 before
"If we get $3000 in dona-
tions just towards this she
will lose the lot but if we
don't reach the goal she will
just cut her hair short," he
"This will basically be
our wrap-up event
(October 28) for UGLY, it
will be from noon-2pm and
entry will be $10."
UGLY BARTENDER... Arlo Glazbrook, from
the Wheatsheaf Hotel, Price, is raising money
for the Leukaemia Foundation.
SOUTH Australia's major spring home, gar-
den and lifestyle event will focus on every-
thing new and refreshing for people seeking
to enhance their living environment.
The Housing Industry Association (HIA)
Home and Garden Show will feature an
extensive variety of indoor and outdoor dis-
plays at the Adelaide Showgrounds,
Wayville, from Friday to Sunday, October
19 to 21.
The event will bring together more than
200 companies showcasing the latest in
home and garden products, along with an
extensive seminar program built around
beauty, creativity and sustainability for
homes and outdoor living areas.
The event is supported by HIA and the
Nursery and Garden Industry South
Australia and is organised by Kym Jones
The October Gift and Craft Fair will also
be part of the Home and Garden Show.
The combined shows will feature celebri-
ty experts on stage in the Jubilee Pavilion
including Australia's most popular vet Dr
Harry Cooper, gardening writer Sophie
Thomson, horticulturalist Kim Syrus and
My Kitchen Rules runners-up Nick and
HIA regional director (SA) Robert
Harding said the show will allow homeown-
ers to gain expert advice from industry pro-
fessionals about home building, extension
and renovation projects.
The Country Times has 20 double passes
for free entry to the event to give away.
Simply be one of the first 20 people to
phone our office on 8821 1155 or drop into
31 Goyder Street, Kadina, from 9am
Thursday, October 11.
HIA Home and Garden Show DADS and same-sex partners will receive two
weeks of paid leave after the birth of their baby
under a new federal government scheme.
The new payment, called Dad and Partner
Pay, will be available to families of babies born
from January 1 next year.
It gives working dads or partners up to two
weeks of pay at the national minimum wage,
currently about $606 per week before tax.
The payment aims to help new dads take
more time off to bond with their newborns
and support their partners.
To be eligible, the father or same-sex partner
must have earned $150,000 or less in the pre-
vious financial year.
Parents can apply for the payment up to
three months before the child's birth or adop-
tion and choose when the payment will start,
which must be within the first 12 months of
the child's life.
For more information, visit www.
call 136 150.
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