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Strength • Optimism • Justice
Seymour College is a leading independent day and boarding girls’ school in Adelaide.
We have a reputation for academic excellence and a commitment to helping students ﬂourish.
We implement a quality curriculum, oﬀer extensive cocurricular opportunities and promote the
principles of positive psychology.
We welcome current and past parents, Old Collegians, and
future families to visit us at Site 222, Second Avenue at the
Riverland Field Days.
For more information about Seymour College, or to book your personal school
tour, please visit our website www.seymour.sa.edu.au or contact Sally Penn,
Director of Enrolments and Community Relations, on (08) 8303 9000,
Boarding at Seymour
546 Portrush Road, Glen Osmond SA 5064 ph 08 8303 9000 www.seymour.sa.edu.au CRICOS No. 00628G
A limited number of scholarships are
available for prospective students
wishing to join Seymour in Years 6, 9
and 10 in 2015. www.seymour.sa.edu.au
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Renmark Hotel Renmark 8586 6755
Waikerie Hotel Waikerie 8541 2999
Berri Resort Hotel Berri 8582 1411
Clark's Cellars Barmera 8588 2430
SPOT YOUR FRIENDS ON OUT & ABOUT: PAGE 8
WAIKERIE apprentice Jack Kay is in
the running for the Business SA Vocational
Student of the Year award and is currently
the second highest ranked entrant in the
people's choice category with 382 votes.
Mr Kay won the Riverland
and Mallee Vocational Student
of the Year in February and is
undertaking an apprenticeship
at the Morgan Dockyards.
He also completed a
Certificate III in Multi-Trades
Metal Fabrications at TAFE
SA's Berri campus.
Mr Kay works on ferry
maintenance and hopes to help manufacture and
contribute ideas to improving ferry systems in
The award's judges said he was a great example
of life-long learning who displayed comprehensive
People can vote for Mr Kay via the website
(http://www.tasc.sa.gov.au/) before Wednesday,
Locals to back Jack
A TOTAL of $67,000 has been granted
to three Waikerie community groups from
the Federal Veteran and Community Grant
The Men's Shed received $30,000 to help buy new
tools for its new shared facility, while the Waikerie
Returned and Services League (RSL) received
$33,050 and the Korea and South East Asia Forced
Association Riverland sub branch received $4,565.
Member for Barker Tony Pasin said the funding
would assist the local veteran community to
continue improving services and support for
veterans and their families.
"These returned servicemen groups and the
Men's Shed are a vital part of the Waikerie veteran
and defence community," he said.
"This funding will help them create an outdoor
function area for community events, purchase tools
and equipment for the veteran community and to
undertake bus trips to increase social inclusion.
"The funding is welcome news for all in our
community, particularly those who have so freely
given their time and efforts to the work of the
Waikerie RSL, Waikerie Men's Shed and Korea and
South East Asia Forces Association sub branch."
Ex-service and community organisations,
veteran groups and private organisations that
contribute to the health and welfare of the veteran
community are all eligible to apply for funding
through the Veteran and Community Grants
Mr Pasin said the grants recognised the
community's appreciation for those who have
served our country.
"I congratulate the Waikerie veterans on their
successful application for this grant," he said.
For more information about the Veteran and
Community Grants program visit the website
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