There is an organisation called “Little Free Library” which has about 90,000 book exchange locations around the world.So, we thought it might be a good idea to introduce a Book Exchange in our local area. We will be locating our Book Exchange at the Recreational Ground at the end of Cherry Gardens Road, between the Netball/Tennis clubrooms and the main clubroom.
The last month has been routine, with very few call outs. This does not mean the Brigade has been idle as training; planning and station improvements are all keeping us busy. By the time this is published, we would have held our AGM, a meeting that sees all our Leadership positions declared vacant and potentially new members being appointed to these important positions + Read Leanne’s story
Last month we looked at taking care of grazing areas, the outside of the horse and his rugs. The inside of the horse also needs taking care of! Assuming that pasture and feed is under control; let’s look inside the horses’ mouth.
Are you interested in nature? Native plants? Wildlife? Looking for a break from the hustle and bustle? Want to give something back to the community or Mother Nature? We welcome anyone who wants to come along and see what we do at any of our activities.
Mindfulness. Hearing a bird call. Stopping to search and eventually finding him. Meditating is the method by which most people tend to try and attain this body-and-mind-improving state. So get out there with the birds to improve your health?!
Services held Sundays at 9.30am. Come along, enjoy the company in air-conditioned comfort followed by a chat and morning tea. + Read the story of Reverend Matthew and Mrs Maria Wilson (nee Smith). This intrepid couple served the Clarendon Circuit from 1858 to 1869.
We are approaching season 2019 netball finals, with only two rounds left to go and then finals on 24/8, 31/8 and grand final on 7th Sept. Summer season commences in October and players are busy forming teams to enter into this social competition.
The old Cherry Gang 1960’s. The Cherry Gardens monthly dances which were popular and were held on the last Saturday of each month at the Memorial Hall, and people of all ages came from many surrounding districts and also Adelaide.
The Clarendon Branch the Agricultural Bureau July 2019 meeting speaker was Dene Cordes who formally worked for the various Government Departments that were responsible for managing the South Australian parks and wildlife reserves.
Update re: Boundary Reform, Council Rates, City of Onkaparinga Tourism Plan, Community Grants, Economic Development Forum and Southern Sports, Recreation and Surf Life Saving Clubs Forum. Note that these comments are the opinion of the councillor and not necessarily those of the council.
What a day! This celebration culminated in weeks of preparation, organising, cajoling, forecasting (!!) and plain hard work by Gavin and Brad. Thank you on behalf of the Clarendon Community for ensuring this celebration was such a success.
In August, at Meadows Vet Centre we participated in National Pet Dental Month in a number of ways to promote better dental care. This initiative is part of a worldwide effort to reduce the incidence of the most common ailment in adult pets: oral disease.
Centre Alliance Federal Member for Mayo Rebekha Sharkie and State Liberal Member for Davenport Steve Murray met with community representative Don Watton this week to discuss a proposal to install 4GX infrastructure on the NBN tower recently built at the Blackwood Golf Course.