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T U.G.L.Y. HALLOWEEN... Bronwyn Willment is holding a Hal-
loween party at the Weerona Hotel, Wallaroo, to raise money for
the Leukaemia Foundation this Saturday night.
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by 2pm, Thursday, 18th October, and give your
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TIMES TRAVELS TO...
T FERRY RIDE...
Moonta Bay’s Darren
Marshall enjoyed a
ferry ride from
Wallaroo to Lucky Bay,
and then a visit to the
Franklin Harbour Hotel,
Cowell, recently. The
Country Times invites
readers to send in
photos featuring the
Country Times in
EAST is a five-piece rock
band paying tribute to the
music of Cold Chisel.
East will be performing
at the Coopers Alehouse,
Wallaroo, on Friday, Octo-
ber 19, and the Country
Times has six tickets to give
Formed in 2011 by a
group of professional South
Australian musicians, East
is a product of passion for
Cold Chisel and its music.
Cold Chisel formed in
1973 and celebrated world-
wide fame until its final
Last Stand tour in the mid-
Some would argue Cold
Chisel is more popular in
Australia today than in the
East is a solid rock outfit
paying tribute to this era
and everything it means to
be a fan of Cold Chisel.
This show is not for the
faint hearted, it’s big, it’s
loud and it rocks.
East has been packing
out venues across Adelaide
and now it’s time for Walla-
roo to experience the
excitement East delivers at
For your chance to win
tickets to the gig, see advert
Win tickets to East at the alehouse
YOU can find out the truth about love when the
Maitland Music and Arts Club presents Tell me the
Truth about Love.
The cabaret show explores the highs and lows of
love through the music of Benjamin Britten, Kurt
Weill and others.
Vocalist Emily Smith will lead the audience on a
journey which is funny, heartbreaking and joyful as
she tries to discover what love is.
She will be accompanied by pianist Andrew
The show is this Saturday, October 20, from
7.30pm in the McKnight Theatre, Maitland Town
Tickets are $10 for adults, children admitted free.
See Community Calendar last edition for details.
The truth about love
THE South Australian
Police Dixie Band will per-
form for the Kadina Red
Cross branch on October
The concert is a major
fundraiser for the Red
Cross and will start at 2pm
in the Ascot Theatre,
Tickets are available at
the door or by calling 8821
HALLOWEEN will get U.G.L.Y this
Saturday night to raise money for the
Bronwyn Willment will host a Hal-
loween party as part of her fundrais-
ing for the U.G.L.Y. (Understandable,
Generous, Likable You) Bartender of
the Year competition.
Bronwyn said people should dress
up in their best Halloween outfit;
there will be a prize for best dressed.
The evening costs $20 per person
and will start at 7.30pm featuring
music by Random Notes, prizes and
“We will dress the room up to go
with the theme and it will look great,”
“It will be a great night so I encour-
age everyone to come along to sup-
port the cause; tickets can be pre-pur-
chased at the Weerona or on the
Bronwyn said the Leukaemia
Foundation holds a special place in
her heart and it is important to raise
money to find a cure for the disease.
“I have worked at the Weerona for
30 years and have lost customers as
well as two family members to
leukaemia so I decided it was worth
giving it a go (fundraising) to help
someone else,” Bronwyn said.
To add to her fundraising tally,
Bronwyn has also held a trading table
in Wallaroo’s main street with her
family and friends pitching in to bake
“I also have a great raffle running
with the first prize a photo of the
Adelaide Crows 300 Club and three
other prizes,” she said.
Bronwyn will also be involved in a
bowls day at the Wallaroo Mines
Bowling Club, Kadina, on October
28. Contact Owen 0408 213 746.
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