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1st-30th - Primary school exhibiton
Learning Through Art at Rain Moth Gallery.
Includes items for sale.
23rd -The Ride screening, Waikerie Hotel
functon room, 7pm. An award-winning doco
about four men who swap their wheelchairs
for quad bikes and explore the outback. Visit
www.theridemoviescreening.org for the
trailer. Cost is $5 online or at the door.
25th - Morgan-Cadell Theatrical PlayMob
presents The Butler's Mystery Bride at
the Morgan Insttute, 6pm. Fundraiser
for the Morgan Community and Tourism
Associaton. For tckets, phone Heather on
0419 853 534.
26th - Australian Army Band performing in
support of Legacy Riverland at the Chafey
Theatre, 1.30pm. Phone: 8586 1800.
31st - Loxton Primary School centenary
celebratons, October 31 and November 1.
1st-30th - Waikerie High School year 12
exhibiton at Rain Moth Gallery.
1st - Waikerie Markets, civic centre lawns,
9am to 1pm. Phone: 0417 088 999.
1st - Waikerie Toy Library celebrates 30 years
and a recent makeover with sidewalk garage
sale (spots available via kimberlyw@wlps.
sa.edu.au), 9am to 12 noon. Event includes
baking stall, face paintng and children’s
7th - Gala Day, Waikerie Hospital Guild.
7th - Tinkerbell Dance Studio annual concert,
Waikerie High School Hall, 7pm.
9th - Rivmics Dance Annual Concert, Waikerie
High School Hall, 2pm. Followed by afernoon
tea. Celebratng the school’s 40th anniversary.
Phone: Carole Walker on 0417 414 102.
16th - Tinkerbell Dance Studio annual concert,
Bonney Theatre, Barmera, 2pm.
EVERY GENERATION FESTIVAL: Singer Pat de Lucy (centre) performed for the audience at the Every
Generation Festival recently, which included her daughters, Marie Denbesten, of Melbourne, and Sue Guy, of
Sunlands. RIGHT: Doris and Ivon Kuchel enjoy morning tea at the Waikerie Bowling Club recently as part of
the Every Generation Festival.
PHOTOS: Jayme Koch
GALLERY: Kyton Rayner (centre) holds his piece of artwork for the school's gallery opening earlier this month.
He is pictured with Adam Weir and Daniel Schmidt. RIGHT: Waikerie Lutheran Primary School student Tara
Balogun with her Aboriginal artwork at the year 3, 4 and 5 art gallery opening recently. PHOTOS: Jayme Koch
OPEN D AY : On display at the Waikerie and Districts Machinery Preservation Society open day was a reaper
binder. Pictured is Graham Lange demonstrated how the machine operates. RIGHT: Visiting the open day was
Carol, Jack, 6, Loren, 8, and Margaret Duffield.
PHOTOS: Jayme Koch
PLAYGROUP: Playing on the slide at Waikerie Playgroup's end-of-term celebrations recently are (back, from
left) Angus Hill and Jessica Cronin. FRONT: Jarrod Gogoll and Chloe Collins. RIGHT: Hayden Gogoll and
Grace Newsham, both 2, play on the Lions Club river front playground.
PHOTOS: Jayme Koch
ARTSCAPE: John Burford (left) with John Lochert
at the official opening of Rain Moth Gallery's
Nature's Corridor artscape recently.
PHOTO: Emilie Westerman
ANNIVERSARY: Nildottie Progress and Soldiers Memorial
Hall Association member Phillip Christian (left) spoke at
Lionel and Joyce McLean's 60th wedding anniversary
The River News would
like to wish this week’s
Litle Nippers, Isaac (lef)
and Jonathan Leske, a very
Isaac and Jonathan are
turning seven tomorrow.
Other Little Nippers
this week are Harrison
Nitschke, Khloe Rust and
once in each
To solve a sudoku puzzle, ﬁll the
empty cells with the numbers 1 to 9
Solution No. 324
Level of Difﬁculty:
Solution to No. 618
5. Assists a
8. Establish by law
11. Stops eating
23. Signs up
33. 8th Greek letter
2. Make happy
3. Vein of ore
5. Money machines
13. Mental pain
15. Boy's name
16. No longer is
19. Assumed names
20. Aged 13-19
21. Government impost
22. Definite article
28. Tamed animals
30. Lovers' quarrel
PILOT O LEAKY
REDO E N REAL
CLUBS I ALARM
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