Gardening suggestions for January 2019 + Rodger and Jenny Argent from the Pelargonium Society shared with us their journey during which they developed their love for, and vast knowledge gained in, propagating and showing Pelargoniums.
Well summer is upon us and along with the better riding weather comes several problems. Is nothing ever easy, you ask? The answer is probably no, but we can make things easier. Here are some of the more common problems we have with our trusty equines and ways we can deal with them…
We hope you have had a happy Christmas Season with your family and friends. We have had a very productive time completing the circular bird of prey flight. There were several tawny frogmouths of varying stages of development, as well as many kookaburras. The most delightful was a peregrine chick from Saddleworth. It was rescued from being hit by semis on the Burra Highway!
Programme of activities for January and February. Anyone wanting information about the Friends of Scott Creek CP, or wanting to get involved in any of the Friends’ activities, can visit our very informative website www.friendsofscottcreekcp.org.au.
It’s hard to believe another year has passed by. It was certainly an eventful time for the brigade. In the past few months we’ve been fortunate to have a number of new members join us, both as firefighters and radio operators. Our station has also undergone a facelift in the last few months.
Soon after the end of the 1939-45 World War there was a move to upgrade the Hall. From fundraising, to planning, to construction, it was truly going to be the Hall that the local population built and paid for.
On Tuesday 18 December 2018, The Cherry Gardens Uniting Church provided the annual Carols evening at the Memorial Hall. Cherry Church is grateful for the generous support provided by the community. The following is a bit more of our history leading up to our 170th Anniversary in March 2019.
On 15th of December the Cricket Club, along with Cherry Chatter, had a Christmas Show following two T20 games that were played against the Aldgate Cricket Club. The clubs also used this gathering as an opportunity to have an official opening of the new Playground and play area.
On Dec 9th the Air Support group held the annual training day for all members. This is where we officially open the season and refresh our skills and get our accreditation ready for the fire season ahead.