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SELF INKING & VUE STAMPS
Renmark Little Athletics will hold an AGM at the
Renmark Hotel on Wed 17th of September, at 6pm.
We are looking for new coaches and people to fill in
Currently the committee has all positions open.
At the moment there are not enough people involved for
Renmark Little Athletics to run.
For enquiries please contact Romanna or Michael via email.
BARMERA TENNIS CLUB
Interested players for Junior, Senior, Midweek Ladies and Hot
Shots participants are invited to register for the upcoming
Thursday 10th September
from 3.30pm to 6pm
at the Barmera Tennis Club
All interested players are required to register.
If you are unable to register in person please contact:
Justin Bannear 0419 817 672 or Sonia Koskinas 0438 815 354
DAVID BEATON - CEO
RIVERLAND GP INCORPORATED T/A
RIVER DOC’S ED
IS LOOKING FOR MEMBERS*
Are you a professional, employed or retired person with
a keen business acumen, living in the Riverland? Are
you interested in having a say in the business of running
a 24/7 Emergency and After Hour GP Clinic for visitors
and residents of this region? Do you want to have more
insight in to this valuable and ground-breaking after hours
health service? Here is your opportunity.
Membership forms can be obtained upon request after
presentation of a current curriculum vitae and expression
of interest, in writing to :
Riverland GP Incorporated
PO Box 2223
BERRI SA 5343
Come and join us in making a difference to our community!
Applications for 2014 close October 1, 2014.
*small fee and conditions apply, call 0885802642 for more information.
Mixed Netball Competition
Wednesday, September 24
Please register by
Friday, September 19
Forms available from front desk
Enquiries phone: 8586 6072
Notice is hereby given that the Fifty
Sixth Annual General Meeting of
the Cobdogla & District Club will
be held in the Special Functions
Room, at the Club on Monday 29th
September at 7.30pm.
3. Minutes of Previous AGM
4. Committee Report
5. Financial Report
6. Election of Committee (No nominations received)
All have been re-elected. No Ballot Necessary
7. Appointment of Auditor
8. Appointment of Accountant
9. Fix remuneration of Committee.
10. Determine the Annual Subscriptions for the ensuing
11. General Business at the discretion of the President.
All Members Welcome
Apologies By Phone: 85887092
Stuie French’s Swinging
Doors Studio in Sydney was cho-
sen for the recording of Laurie
Muggleton’s new 12-track CD.
Simply Living is a credit to Laurie,
who has selected some of his favour-
ite songs from songwriters he knows
The musicians selected for the
project, Brad Bergen (drums),
Michel Rose (pedal steel, mandolin
and dobro), Ian Lees (bass), Stuie
French (multiple guitars), and Don
Hopkins (piano and accordion), have
woven their magic into this album.
Stuie, and wife Camille Te Nahu
provide the backing vocals, and
special guest vocals for The Rugby
League Song are from Chet French,
Sunny French, Kate Daniel, Brad,
Ian, Michel, and Stuie, with Ray
Hadley giving an invaluable vocal
contribution in his special phantom
An Allan Caswell-penned song,
Darlin’ Girl, Elaine Pitt’s The Old
Draught Horse, Jack Pledge’s Water-
fall, are just a few of the other easy
You can purchase Simply Living at
the product tables at Nowingi Place
and in the Mall during the Mildura
Country Music Festival or go to Lau-
rie’s website (lauriemuggleton.com).
Laurie is still in hospital in Can-
berra, and not expected to be released
until late October.
It is time to give you a taste of
the Mildura Country Music Festival
again, since it’s now only two weeks
away, and as usual I will give you a
day of entertainment.
This year I have gone for day one,
Friday, September 26:
Gateway Tavern: 7.30-9.30am Graeme
McCardles’s Walk-up Country (open to all).
2-4pm Reg Poole and Johanna Hemara.
Edge Hotel Buronga: 8-10am Poets
breakfast with Neil McArthur, 8-11pm
Rodney Vincent Show stars: Johanna
Hemara, Neillyrich, Damien Agius, Saman-
tha Bellamy, Cameron Mason, Paul Gibbs
& Big Sky.
Wentworth Club: 10am-noon Begin-
ners line dancing workshop, 1-3pm Line
dancing workshop, (bowls floor room). In
the auditorium: 2-4pm Cameron Mason,
8-10pm Country Horizon, 10-11.30pm CD
The Nowingi Place: 10am-4pm Sharon
Benjamin, Ernie Constance, Connie Kis
Anderson, Damien Agius, Kate Cook, Terry
Gordon, Kim Ritchie, NeillyRich, Kiara Rod-
rigues, HeartBeat, Bill Gray, Adi Burgess,
Des Morgan, Jared Porter (Star Maker
2014), Country Horizon, Lance Birrell,
Country On The Darling Wentworth
Wharf: 11am-3pm Steve Passfield, Dave
Prior, Allan Caswell, Pete Smith, Amber
Joy Poulton, Tom Maxwell, Marie Hodson,
Owen Blundell, Bec Hance, Graeme McCa-
rdle, John Smith, Dwayne Elix. (Each artist
in the last two listings has a 20-minute
Woodsies Gem Shop: noon-2pm Don
Costa and John O’Dea.
Gol Gol Hotel: 1-3pm Rodney Vincent
& Slim Newton, 8-10.30pm Lance Birrell &
Coomealla Club Dareton: Downstairs
lounge 2-3pm Chooka Williams, 6-8.30pm
Bec Hance, 9-11pm HeartBeat. Upstairs
Auditorium 4-6.30pm and 8-10.30pm Girls
Night Out with Marie Hodson, Amber Joy
Poulton, Pixie Anne, Kiara Rodrigues, Con-
nie Kis Anderson Adi Burgess.
Apex Riverbeach Walk-up: 6-9pm (all-
Aussie compositions) Camp Oven Country,
Warren Mahoney, Chooka Williams.
Mid City Motel: 7-9pm Don Costa.
Irymple Hotel: 7-10pm The Gunbarrel
Highwaymen - Owen Blundell, Reg Poole
and Terry Gordon, with guest John O’Dea.
Mildura RSL Lounge: 7-8.30pm Kim
Richie, 9-11pm Allan Caswell.
Coomealla Golf Club: 7.30-10.30pm
Dwayne Elix Show stars Ernie Constance,
Des Morgan, Pete Smith, Slim Newton,
Crown Hotel Wentworth: 8-10.30pm
Mildura Workingman’s Club: 8-11pm
Lee Forster Dance Party hosted by Lee
with guests Courtney Conway, Kate Cook.
Pizza Cafe At The Grand: 8-10.30pm
Sharon Benjamin & Bill Gray.
Mildura Brewery: 8.30-11.30pm Dozzi
& Jared Porter.
(Please note that the entertainment in
the Mall will run from the Monday to the
Saturday for this year.)
Merv French, an 81-year-old
collector of guitars, has had 14 auto-
graphed guitars stolen, and is hoping
that if anyone is offered any of them,
they will contact Crime Stoppers on
1800 333 000, or crimestoppers.com.
Phil Emmanuel, The Eagles,
Paul Stanley, Ian Moss, Ted
Nugent, The Screaming Jets, John
Couger Mellencamp, The Choir
Boys, Jon Stevens, Chubby Check-
er, Richard Clapton, Diesel, Peter
Frampton, and Normie Rowe and
Jimmy Barnes, are those who have
signed the guitars.
The Riverland Country Music
Club’s second go at staging an AGM
will be at the Cobdogla Club this
Sunday (September 14), at 11am. It’s
important the club fills its positions in
order to keep the Riverland’s annual
country music festival – held in June
Laurie Muggleton’s Simply Living
with Robyn McIntosh
people enjoyed a
by country music
duo Carter & Carter
at the Berri Town
Hall on Sunday.
The event was held
to support the work of
Riverland school chap-
lains – or Christian
pastoral support work-
ers (CPSWs) as they
are known in South
son David Badger
said while organis-
ers “would’ve loved
another 100 people”,
the concert was well
received by those in
“The event was fab-
ulous,” he said. “They
were brilliant perform-
ers and they came
across very warmly.”
“We’re so glad they
Mr Badger said a
combination of fac-
tors, including Father’s
Day, a local dance
concert and Port Ade-
laide playing an AFL
final, may have con-
tributed to the slightly
smaller than expected
However, he said
the concert succeeded
in achieving its goals
of raising money and
awareness of school
chaplaincy in the Riv-
Mr Badger also
said further fund rais-
ing events to support
would be held in the
Riverland in the future.
Singing in support
Merelyn and David Carter, of top country music duo Carter & Carter, on
stage at the Berri Town Hall on Sunday.
PHOTO: Will Slee
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at the Paringa tennis courts
on Thursday, September 18, at 5.30pm
Seniors come along and put your name
forward for the upcoming season.
Junior players encouraged to
come and try
PHONE Nick (0479 016 854)
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