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Written and Authorised by Michael Zeppel
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"I'M STILL HERE!"
RIVMICS Dance held its full dress
rehearsal on Sunday for next month's
annual concert, The Nutcracker All
Students have two more weeks of
practice before the first performance at
the Waikerie High School Hall on Sunday,
November 9, at 2pm, when Rivmics will
celebrate its 40th birthday.
The second performance is at
Renmark's Chaffey Theatre on Saturday,
November 15, at 4pm.
Seniors performing in the main cast
include Samantha Whittington-Arnold
(Mother), Ebony Neideck (Drosselmeyer
the magical toymaker), Charley Wallace
(Mouse Queen), Ashlee Rodgers (an angel)
and Erin Chidlow (a doll).
AHEAD of Rivmics Dance's annual concert, The Nutcracker All Jazzed Up, students participated in a full dress rehearsal at the
Bonney Theatre, Barmera, on Sunday. Pictured performing an item in which Clara receives a gift of coffee from Arabia at the prince's
palace are senior students (from left) Ashlee Rodgers, Samantha Whittington-Arnold, Teal Hart (Liesel, Clara's sister), Ebony Neideck,
Tori Kay (Clara), Kira Mader (Nutcracker Prince), Erin Chidlow and (behind Erin) Charley Wallace.
All jazzed up for dance school concert
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"It is great to see the
company is still proactive and
Waikerie Bottle and Can
Depot owner Bob Sampson
said he was pleased to win the
"It was really exciting to
win the award again," he said.
"It's a collaborative effort
between staff, and I thank them
for their support."
Waikerie's primary schools
were also judged in the KESAB
Ms Hammett said she
toured the schools and was
pleased with their progress.
"I am always amazed by the
schools in Waikerie," she said.
"Each of the schools had
achieved a lot. (This) shows
how dedicated the staff and
students are to the schools."
Ms Hammett said both
schools ran successful and
impressive student programs
"I think some schools
would be quite envious of
the primary school's Youth
Environment Team," she said.
"It is a fantastic group, and
they are very proactive within
"I also found big
improvements at the Lutheran
school. Its school parliament
program is really interesting."
More Sustainable Communities wins for Waikerie
DISTRICT Council of Loxton Waikerie's team co-ordinator of the Waikerie depot, James Thomas, along with local women Margaret Thiel
and Jan Heppner, accepts the award for Best Community in the Murray region from Zero Waste SA chief executive Vaughan Levitzke.
Fisher's big catch
RIVMICS Dance students Erin Chidlow, Kira Mader
and Ebony Neideck.
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RIVERLAND WEATHER SIX DAY OUTLOOK
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RIVER MURRAY DAILY DATA TUESDAY, O C TOBER 28TH
Data courtesy of SA Water - Berri Operations Unit
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