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Riding camp a hit
with Girl Guides
THIRTY-FIVE Girl Guides from
Leongatha, Wonthaggi and Phil-
lip Island enjoyed a horse riding
camp at Tynong North recently.
After travelling to camp on a Friday
evening, Saturday morning dawned
bright and sunny and there was a buzz of
excitement as the girls prepared breakfast,
organised the campsite and prepared for
They headed to Ryders horse riding
establishment, donned helmets, mounted
up and organised stirrups. Eventually the
first group headed off on its ride with grins
aplenty and a little bit of nervousness
While the first group was riding the
second group undertook jobs around
Ryders and enjoyed games.
Eventually their turn came, and
everyone mounted up.
After the ride the comments from
the girls were “Best ever!”, “Let’s do it
again” and “So much fun!”
After a barbecue lunch, the girls
returned to camp for more fun and games.
Saturday night was topped off with the
traditional Girl Guide campfire. The girls
performed skits, sang songs and toasted
On Sunday morning, the girls explored
the wonderful campsite.
Anyone interested in joining the fun
to be had at Girl Guides should contact
Chris Oliver at firstname.lastname@example.org
In her stride: Savannah Interlandi enjoys her time
up high on her mount at the Girl Guides horse rid-
ing camp at Tynong North.
In control: Olivia Helps finds fun on
four legs during the Girl Guides horse
PIRATES invaded the Anderson
Inlet Angling Clubrooms at Inver-
loch recently, all in hot pursuit of
The club’s Pirates Night was held
as a fundraiser towards upgrading the
club’s toilets, which have been in use
since the clubrooms were placed on site
The evening raised $1000.
Best dressed pirates Charlie Studd and
Elaine Cooper stood out in their dazzling
Fundraising activities were held
throughout the night, with a game of rum
toss and raffles were drawn.
The jukebox rang out with music
for the pirates to dance to and a darn
good plank walking night was had by all.
Looking fierce: Maria Azzopardi and Nada Grbin dressed up for the occasion
at the Anderson Inlet Angling Club’s Pirates Night.
Pirates walk plank at Inverloch
Having a ball: from left, Tony Ciaci, June Laycock and Rob Howard enjoyed
the Anderson Inlet Angling Club’s Pirates Night at Inverloch.
A RENOWNED pianist and a rising singer
will perform at Wonthaggi Baptist Church this
Saturday, November 5.
Joshua Hooke and Maria Rosa Gatto, both of
Wonthaggi, will appear in concert from 2pm.
Classical pianist Joshua achieved his BA Music
degree in 2015 and is now studying for his Masters of
Music at the University of Melbourne with Professor Ian
Earlier this year, Joshua studied in Vienna, Austria,
with Paul Badura-Skoda.
Josh competed in the 2016 Australian National Piano
Awards in September, achieving a position in the semi
finals and winning the Peoples’ Choice Award.
Maria Rosa, 17, has been singing for six years under
the tuition of Kirk Skinner.
She was in Wonthaggi Theatrical Group’s Oliver as
a member of the ensemble, played Cassie in 13, Wendy
in Peter Pan, and also played in How To Succeed In
Business Without Really Trying.
This year she played Cinderella’s Mother in Into The
Woods. As a soloist, she has performed in the Wonthaggi
Carols by Candlelight in 2013 and 2014, and Serenade
at Sunset in 2014 and 2015. Entry to the performance
Inspirational player: classical pianist Joshua
Hooke (above) and singer Maria Rosa Gatto will
entertain at the Wonthaggi Baptist Church this
Saturday, November 5.
Pianist and singer to entertain
Moo, moo: from left,
Luci, Grace and Kody
had a ball in cow attire
at Tarwin Lower Prima-
from left, Aiden and
Hayden joined in the
fun of a fancy dress day
with a dairy theme at
Tarwin Lower Primary
Udderly awesome dress up day
STAFF and students
at Tarwin Lower Pri-
mary School came
to school dressed
in the cow colours
of brown, black and
white on October 21
to raise funds to sup-
port dairy farmers do-
ing it tough.
Tarwin Lower Primary
is surrounded by farms,
and the students really
connected with the plight
of the farmers. Most
students know of at least
one family that is on a
farm and realise the issue
is happening on their
There were smiles all
round as people watched
the parade of studets,
knowing their gold coin
donation was going to the
Need for Feed Disaster
Relief Dairy Farmer
CROCHET for beginners and be-
yond is an evening class that will
run over five Mondays commenc-
ing November 7.
It really is amazing what you can create
with a stick with a hook, and a ball of yarn.
If you’d like to learn how or extend your
crochet skills this is the course for you.
Settlers of Catan is an award winning
multiplayer board game. In this legend-
ary game of strategy, which will appeal to
adults, try to be the dominant force on the
Island of Catan. Assume the role of a set-
tler to trade, build and expand your colony.
Learn to play over four Tuesday evenings
commencing Tuesday, November 8.
Sourdough bread is an ancient method
of bread making using wild yeasts. Many
people love its distinctive ‘sour ’ yet yummy
flavour. Why not learn how to make your
own at home?
We have a workshop on Tuesday, No-
vember 8. Share a bowl of soup and sample
some premade bread. At the end of the day
take home your own loaf to bake the next
Apply First Aid Level 2 and CPR is
coming up on Saturday, November 12.
Still to come this term: Flower Arrang-
ing, Photo Editing, Cup Cake Decorating,
Rug Making, Reckon Accounts, RSA and
Food Safety Level 1 and supervisors.
If you have any questions regarding any of
the courses we are running, please do not hesi-
tate to call our friendly staff on 5655 2524.
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