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ORGANISERS of the first
Wallaroo jetty's 150th
anniversary were pleased with
the celebrations on Saturday
and Sunday, October 27 and
28, with good crowds attend-
ing all events.
Past members of the former
Wallaroo Swimming Club and
interested people from the
community attended two
main functions on Saturday to
celebrate the history and
importance of the jetty.
"A lot of the past swimming
so happy to see other mem-
bers who they had not
seen for many years, they
wondered why they had
not done it sooner," organising
committee member Colleen
"We were quite pleased
with the turnout at the events."
Attendees at the jetty on
Saturday were entertained by
guest speaker Elizabeth
Mansutti and her memories of
being part of the club while
also learning more about the
jetty thanks to local historian
"On Saturday night, at the
swimming club reunion,
everyone talked all night and a
couple of people made
speeches about their memo-
ries of the club and the impor-
tance of the jetty," Mrs
The weekend's festivities
concluded with a swim and
coffee on Sunday morning.
WALLAROO Primary School students gave a
heroes' welcome to the 20 SA Ride for Sick Kids
cyclists as they rode into the school grounds last
Tuesday, October 30.
The cyclists visited the school as part of their
1029-kilometre fundraising ride for Ronald
McDonald House, Adelaide.
More than 100 years 3 to 6 students formed a
guard of honour to greet the riders, including
teacher Jared King who joined the group in
"The riders spoke to students about road safe-
ty, the importance of wearing a helmet, lacing up
your shoes and using your bell," Mr King said.
"They also explained the critical role Ronald
McDonald House plays in the lives of country
families with a sick child."
As part of the visit, students entered a colour-
ing-in competition with year 7 student Taylah
Connolly chosen as the winner, taking home a
The school also presented a $100 cheque to the
riders to add to their fundraising efforts, with the
SA Ride for Sick Kids tipped to raise more than
After the school visit, the riders hosted a dinner
at the Coopers Alehouse, Wallaroo, with more
than 50 people attending, raising another $3000.
On Wednesday morning, the riders began the
sixth leg of their journey to the Barossa Valley
before making their way back to Ronald
McDonald House in North Adelaide for the final
celebrations on November 1.
To make a donation, visit www.saridefor
PRIZE WINNER... Wallaroo Primary
School student Taylah Connolly is pre-
sented with a new bike by rider Neil
Lucas for winning the SA Ride for Sick
Kids colouring-in competition.
Swimmers reunite for jetty's 150th
BIRTHDAY CAKE... Master of ceremonies Philip Goodier and
guest speaker Elizabeth Mansutti cut the 150th birthday cake for
the first Wallaroo jetty.
DONATION... Wallaroo Primary
School donated $100 to Ronald
McDonald House, Adelaide, as part of
the SA Ride for Sick Kids. Year 7 leaders
Alex Martin and Ebony Thomas present
the donation to rider Bade Stapleton.
Ride for Sick
Kids pedals into
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