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14 Yorke Peninsula Country Times Tuesday, October 23, 2012
THE Copper Coast Australia Day awards are now
open and Mayor Paul Thomas is confident the
District Council of the Copper Coast will receive
plenty of worthy nominations.
Every resident is eligible for the Citizen of the Year
Award, whilst people aged up to 25 can be nominat-
ed as the Young Citizen of the Year.
Community groups can submit an application for
organising the Event of the Year, a category Mr
Thomas expects to be hotly contested.
Events such as this weekend's Upper YP Relay for
Life and the upcoming Moonta Antiques and
Collectibles Fair are expected to compete against the
Make-A-Wish Singing with the Stars and Beach Day
Out, plus others.
Mr Thomas and CEO Peter Harder will select the
winners in each category after the nomination peri-
od closes at 5pm on Thursday, November 15.
PORT Broughton's Pink Party to raise money for the
Breast Cancer Foundation is on this weekend.
The event, for men and women, will be held at the
Port Broughton Sporting Club from 7pm on
Saturday, October 27, and will feature a light supper,
live band and DJ, auctions, spinning wheel and
The event has been organised by 18-year-old
Megan Bellman who was inspired to fundraise for
breast cancer research after her mother Kaye was
diagnosed with the disease late last year.
The party will celebrate her mum's successful bat-
tle and raise money for the foundation.
Tickets are $15 pre-sale or $20 at the door and can
be purchased from Thrifty Link Hardware or the
Central Deli in Port Broughton.
Oz Day awards open
THE 150th birthday celebrations for the
first jetty in Wallaroo will be held this
weekend, Saturday and Sunday, October
27 and 28. The event aims to celebrate
the history and importance of the jetty
which is now used for swimming.
"The community response has been
great so far, we've had people call who
used to be involved in the swimming
club in the 1950s and '60s," committee
member Colleen Sherman said.
The festivities will begin at the jetty
from 2pm on Saturday with speakers
including historian Colin Boase and for-
mer swimming club member Elizabeth
"The school choirs will also be singing
and in the case of inclement weather the
event will be held in the Wallaroo
Football Club," Mrs Sherman said.
All past swimming club members and
interested people are invited to a reunion
at the football club on Saturday night
from 7pm. If the weather is fine, people
are also encouraged to go along for a
swim and coffee at the jetty on Sunday
For more information, contact Mrs
Sherman on 8823 2682.
ALEX Dassira, from the
Angler's Inn, Wallaroo, is
on her way to raising $3000
for the U.G.L.Y. Bartender
of the Year competition.
Alex has already raised
more than $2000 and aims
to reach $3000 after her
final fundraising events for
"We have done a card
cruise poker run which
was where people went to
five pubs and at each pub
you purchased a playing
card, the person with the
best poker hand at the end
won a $100 Anglers Inn
voucher and all up this
raised $600," Alex said.
Alex will also be
involved with the U.G.L.Y.
bowls day this Sunday,
October 28, which will
raise money for several of
the Yorke Peninsula bar-
"It cost $5 per person to
play with four people on
each team but people can
just come along on the day
because teams will be put
together," Alex said.
Melbourne Cup will also
be a fundraising day for
Alex with sweeps and best
dressed prizes organised.
For more information
about the bowls day, con-
tact Owen Prior on 0408
It may be a small town,
but Lochiel Hotel's Tavia
Rankin is certain the com-
munity will support her
quest to raise money for
Tavia has participated in
the U.G.L.Y. competition
throughout October, Tavia
has been running a lucky
lotto number competition
with the winning ticket
holder taking home $50.
"On Friday, October 26,
we have comedian Jimbo
and Gary the Goat coming
to tickle our funny bones
and this costs $50 per head
for a three-course dinner
and the show.
"Tables are filling up fast
so bookings are essential.
"On Melbourne Cup
day, we are running a tradi-
tional sweep as well as a
quinella worth $100 to the
winning ticket holder."
To book for the comedy
show, contact Tavia on
Alex and Tavia
Dassira, from the
Angler's Inn Hotel,
Wallaroo, is involved
with the bowls day
Lochiel Hotel's Tavia
Rankin, is running a
comedy show this
Friday to raise money
for the Leukaemia
Jetty celebrations this weekend
TEAM CELEBRATIONS... Members of the Wallaroo Swimming Club in the
clubs heyday; many past members are reuniting this weekend to mark the
150th birthday of the first jetty in Wallaroo.
Pink Party reminder
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