In conjunction with the Hall the CFS will be hosting a Bushfire Survival Plan Workshop at the Hall on Saturday November 17th. Register, and take advantage of this great opportunity as we approach summer.
Thanks to those who attended the Community Campfire on August 25th. The Community Campfire will be a regular function at the hall each year, around the end of August or early September. It is a great night, and an opportunity for the community to share some time together.
The dreaded founder has struck again! The usual treatment initially is to restrict access to green, lush grass and then substitute that with good quality dry hay. Also small amounts of lucerne hay are OK to give too.
Max Ricks was born in 1931 in the very house where he lived for his entire life and on the 13th of September 2018 he passed away suddenly in that house after spending the morning down in the gardens. On behalf of residents of Cherry Gardens and the district we extend our sincere sympathy and best wishes to Heather, Bob, David and their families.
The Natural Resources Management Act 2004 is to be replaced by a new Landscape South Australia Act, and the government is seeking input from the community regarding the reform process. We only have until 15th October to have our say, so I encourage you to do so.
Playing sport (and for us playing football) is a great way to spend time together as a community and of course everything feels better when you are winning. This year our club has come away with 2 Premierships which is an outstanding effort for the players, members and supporters.
Netball. End of season report. What another awesome day for our netball club hosting the Hills Assoc Grand Final games for the second year in a row. The weather was perfect, the courts sparkling and the great crowds gave it a carnival atmosphere.
Spring has Sprung, and our Winter sports are almost over + Home cooked meals will continue to be served on Thursday nights during Cricket and Summer Netball Seasons, take a night off, drop in for a meal and say G’day! As always, if you have any fundraising ideas or any Rec Ground business, please let me know.
The Pastor of the Cherry Gardens Uniting Church, Margaret Seyfang, has advised the congregation of her intention to resign from the position from 30 September. Margaret and husband Lyle have been loyal supporters of Cherry Church and the community, attending and helping at a number of community events.
A new local Apiary business is seeking bee keeping sites with landowners interested in hosting bees in the Cherry Gardens and surrounding area. Land owners receive free pollination services and honey when in season.