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Guitar winners Carter & Carter
are coming to the Riverland for
a fundraising concert on Father's
day.The concert will support the
work of Riverland school chaplains
– or christan pastoral support
workers (cPsWs) as they are known
in south australia.
event spokesperson david
badger said given the duo’s high
profle in australia, he expected a
big crowd from across the Riverland
"The concert will be a great
way for all the family to celebrate
Father’s day together,” he said.
seventeen cPsWs work in public
schools across the Riverland and Mr
badger said it was “fantastc” that
Carter & Carter agreed to help raise
money for them.
"It's great to have such
wonderful singers coming to berri
for a concert,” he said.
david and Merelyn carter’s
career record speaks for itself.
From their debut chart single
You Were There in 2000, their
list of achievements, awards and
accolades has been impressive.
With fve albums and a dVd
now to their career credit, major
awards include a 2003 Golden
Guitar for Candlelight And Kisses,
2004 aPra Most Performed country
Work award for Lead Me Home,
the cMaa industry achiever award
for independent entertainer of
the Year for three consecutve
years, 10 australian independent
country Music awards, multple
tsa songwritng, acMLa People’s
choice and Victorian country Music
“there’s a positve aspect on life
in our songs,” the duo said.
“We want people to go away
from a show feeling good -- that our
songs relate to listeners. Fans come
and say ‘i know what you mean in
Local rising star elisabeth
Werner, of berri, will be sharing the
concert stage for several songs with
carter & carter and is excited about
sharing the program with such high-
ticket prices includes afernoon
tea during the interval. books and
cds by the carters will be available
for purchase at the concert. tickets
are available from the Visitor
informaton centres throughout the
riverland and any remaining tckets
can be purchased at the door on
Carter and Carter will perform
at the berri town Hall on sunday,
september 7, from 2.30pm.
Mr badger said in additon to the
concert, the duo will “singing and
sharing their story” during a 10am
service at barmera Unitng church
earlier that day.
Golden Guitar winners headed to Riverland
Learning through art
WaiKerie’s rain Moth Gallery will
host an exhibiton showing of the artstc
talents of local students throughout
september and october.
The theme Learning through Art shows
how art can be used and incorporated into all
subject areas across the curriculum.
science, history, maths, english, health,
society and environment and spanish are
all areas of learning represented in the
Primary schools at ramco, Waikerie, cadell
and the Lutheran Primary school have all
contributed to the exhibiton which displays
a wide range of styles and mediums.
this year for the frst tme ever, all art work
will be on sale for a minimal cost.
some pieces are individual works but many
are murals created as a combined class efort.
Framed individual pieces will also be on
display to show how the artwork might look
Parents and family are encouraged to visit
the gallery early to make sure they don’t miss
out on purchasing their own child’s art work.
The Learning Through Art primary schools’
exhibition will run throughout september
and october, with the high school’s year 12
students set to feature in november.
LEFT: Haley works on a drawing for the Rain Moth Gallery's
future exhibition. RIGHT: Ashley with his finished his drawing.
off their latest
omitted due to
Waikerie Meals on
Pictured are member
(back,from left) Jan
Conley, Chris Linke,
Betty Vinall, Doris
Kuchel, Melva Leak,
Ivon Kuchel, Desma
Coronica and Neill
Merle Parish, Charlie
Fielke and Elsie
LEFT: Shirley Mudge and Glenys Paschke plant a rose together to celebrate
100 years of the Australian Red Cross on Wednesday, August 13. RIGHT:
District Council of Loxton Waikerie councillor Kym Webber plants a rose to
commemorate the 100th year anniversary of the Australian Red Cross.
ROSE PLANTING: The Australian Red Cross Waikerie branch planted 10
roses to celebrate the charity's 100th year anniversary recently. Locals who
were involved in the planting included (back, from left) Chris Willoughby,
Jason Smith, James Thomas, Kym Webber and Loxton Waikerie Mayor Leon
Stasinowsky. MIDDLE: Shirley Mudge, Meredith Arnold, Letchemi Cheah,
Carole Datson, Mary Moore, Ellen Collett, Glenys Paschke, Beryl Loffler,
Sue Lloyd, Margaret Malthouse and Rita and Ross Copeland. FRONT: Joy
Paschke and Val Parslow.
PHOTOS: Jayme Koch
The community calendar is a free service, but will only include general informaton such as date, ttle
and tme of event if applicable. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
1st-31st - rain Moth Gallery free exhibiton,
Where do our students go?
29th-31st - australian natonal championship
retrieving trial for Gundogs at Waikerie.
30th-31st- riverland orchid society inc. annual
orchid spectacular town Hall berri 9.30am
to 4pm both days. Potng demonstraton,
rafe, lucky door prize. all welcome. enquiries
rain Moth Gallery- Primary school exhibiton
Learning Through Art. all items for sale.
6th - Waikerie Markets, civic centre lawns from
9am. Phone: Yvonne on 0417 088 999.
7th-Firey Women in sedan. a free bushfre safety
workshop for women at sedan Park. sunday,
september 7. 8.30am to 3.30pm. enquiries to sue
0457 102 255
13th- Waikerie Lions aucton. river front.
17th - spring into Music, Waikerie Hospital Guild.
tea at Waikerie Footballclub. contact russell
Miatke 0427 771 821
MERELYN and David Carter, known as Carter & Carter, will perform
in the Riverland at a special fundraising concert on Father's Day.
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