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1st-30th - Primary school exhibiton Learning
Through Art at Rain Moth Gallery.
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. 0417 088 999.
1st - Waikerie Toy Library sidewalk
garage sale. CANCELLED DUE TO LACK OF
1st - The Cobweb Associaton Inc. 30th
birthday celebratons at the art & craf store
on McCoy Street, Waikerie, from 9.30am.
Cake cutng by Joan Miller at 10.30am.
4th - Rain Moth Gallery ofcial opening of
the Waikerie High School exhibiton, 6pm.
7th - Gala Day, Waikerie Hospital Guild,
8.30am start. Includes pot plants, morning
tea, books, etc. Hospital lawns.
7th - Tinkerbell Dance Studio annual concert,
Waikerie High School Hall, 7pm.
7th - Made in the Riverland workshop at the
old Target Country store, Renmark, 5pm. Visit
madeinriverland.eventbrite.com.au to register.
9th - Rivmics Dance Annual Concert,
Waikerie High School Hall, 2pm. Followed
by afernoon tea. Celebratng 40 years of
Rivmics. Phone: Carole Walker 0417 414 102.
14th - Temporary Art Gallery ofcial opening
and drinks at the old Retravision store untl
9pm. Phone: Nadia (0422 520 451) or Paul
(0403 959 716).
14th - Made in the Riverland workshop,
5pm. Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
15th - Barbecue lunch and aucton of
Temporary Art Gallery items, 12 noon to 3pm.
ABOVE LEFT: Waikerie and Districts Community Flower Show volunteers Dorothy Ziegler (left) and June
Linke. ABOVE RIGHT: Erica Lange, of Waikerie, with her winning entry for the colour harmony --- intermediate
category at the recent Flower Show.
PHOTOS: Ryneisha Bollard
Surprise 80th birthday party for 'Red Hatter'
WAIKERIE woman Judith 'Lady
Ritis' Hooper "didn't have a clue" that
her fellow Riverland Red Hatters Down
Under members would be putting on a
party for her 80th birthday.
The group turned its normal meeting
at the Waikerie Club last Thursday into
a surprise celebration, including a home-
made card from Red Hatter Paula 'Lady CC'
"They did a lovely job of getting the table
together," Mrs Hooper said.
Chairwoman Nan 'Queen Fancy Nancy'
Mackareth said the gathering of ladies aged
over 55 was also celebrating its own birthday
in January after being established nearly
nine years ago.
Mrs Mackareth said the group, which
is one of many Red Hat Society chapters
around the world, allowed members to
socialise and support each other.
"It's just a real cross-section of different
people with different 'titles', just for fun,"
Mrs Mackereth said the Red Hatters
welcomed new members, and invited those
interested to contact her on 0428 779 739.
WLPS wine and food
ON behalf of the Waikerie
Lutheran Primary School, we
would like to extend a heartfelt
'thank you' to all those within
our community who attended,
showed their enthusiasm and
offered their support for our
annual school fundraiser once
again this year.
The feedback received has
been positive, encouraging
and extremely rewarding for
Now in its third year, we are
so very grateful and genuinely
humbled for the continued
support shown for our evening.
However, an event of this
nature and standard can
only be successful with drive,
dedication and commitment
by our hard-working and
unrelenting Parents and
Friends Committee volunteers,
who freely give up their time to
organise and staff this event.
To all the volunteers who
helped and contributed over
the three days it takes to run
this event (and there are quite
a few), many thanks for your
assistance and professional
To all those individuals and
businesses within our great
community who again offered
their time and/or goods and
services for auction items,
The generosity that
continues to be shown within
Waikerie and its surrounding
districts astounds us all still.
The staff and volunteers at
the Waikerie Lutheran Primary
School are extremely proud
and thrilled to work within a
school that is embracing the
wider Waikerie community
through fellowship, service
Demand for its return next
year is extremely high, so stay
tuned and 'like' our Facebook
page (WLPS Wine & Food
Festival) for updates.
Thank you once again.
WLPS Parents &
ABOVE LEFT: Riverland Red Hatters Down Under members threw a surprise 80th birthday party for fellow 'Red Hatter' Judith Hooper at the Waikerie Club last Thursday. ABOVE RIGHT:
Mrs Hooper, of Waikerie, with her birthday cake and hand-made card.
PHOTOS: Ryneisha Bollard
ABOVE LEFT: Enjoying the Waikerie Lutheran Primary School Food and Wine Festival earlier this month were
Penny Kroehn, Sharee Loffler, Belinda Arnold and Chantelle McClelland. ABOVE RIGHT: Connie Valentine,
Donna Haynes and Amy Horner at the festival.
ABOVE LEFT: Caroline Kleemann, Diane Fulwood and Caroline Thomson catch up at the school's festival
fundraiser. ABOVE RIGHT: Lauren Dutschke, Shannon Fuss and Meg Kafexholli.
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