Home' The River News : February 18th 2015 Contents 10 - The River News, Wednesday, February 18, 2015
WAIKERIE'S Tree of Knowledge
outside the Rain Moth Gallery will be
wrapped in a blaze of red poppies to
indicate the start of a new exhibition
In Flanders Fields.
The exhibition is a tribute to the
Centenary of Anzac, which the nation will
commemorate in April.
In Flanders Fields will officially open at
2pm on March 1.
The display will incorporate a variation
of takes on the poppy theme.
During the past few months a group
has knitted poppies for the display, while
other artists have chosen to stitch or sew.
Curator Karen Richardson said it was
encouraging to have a number of Riv-
erland artists also contribute paintings
which would be on show throughout
March and April.
"The previous launch of The Man
Cave exhibition attracted a huge crowd
so it is hoped the Waikerie community
will also support In Flanders Fields," Ms
"The committee would like to thank
the Legacy ladies for their initial idea,
Naomi Campbell for organising and moti-
vating the knitters, The National Trust for
items on loan and individuals who have
also supplied items for display, along with
Riverland artists who have contributed
She said Waikerie RSL Club sub-branch
members had put together a Waikerie
Anzac Trail and brochures would be avail-
able at the gallery, which marked the start
and end of the Anzac tour.
The gallery has also received a new
roof ahead of the official opening.
Celebrating Anzac at gallery
JOY Perry's wreath commemorating
the Perry and Collins families.
DEB Morley, Luisa Falcinella and Barb Hall add the finishing touches to the
poppies which will shroud Waikerie's Tree of Knowledge.
WLPS LEARNERS WEEK:ABOVE LEFT: Grace Borgas, Amali Nitschke and Olivia Ebert, all 7, celebrate
Learning Week at WLPS. ABOVE RIGHT: Chloe McPherson, 8, Hailey Arnold and Emily McPherson, both
6, show off their bandanas during Learning Week.
PHOTOS: Jayme Koch
LEFT: New to the
School are Gill
dance) and Nicole
care worker Erin
Bowey (far left)
and his brother
Jeff (right), met
idol Jens Voigt
Solution to No. 633
8. An age
9. Comic strip
10. Collar fold
22. Mum or dad
27. Drinks mat
30. Paper money
31. Prior to this
32. Ever, poetically
33. Drive too fast
34. Fall guys
1. Grass cutting
2. To the other side
3. Fork tip
5. Painter's board
12. Brontë novel
13. School slogan
14. Social duds
16. Battery size
19. Storm centre
21. Completely covered
22. Dried plums
23. Baby's toy
29. Body part
STAMP V NADIR
OBEY O U MOSS
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HYMN D T ROAR
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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-28th - The Man Cave, Rain Moth Gallery.
22nd- Pool party from 2pm-5pm. Waikerie
Swimming pool. As per previous years, It will
be a great low cost family day, with something
for everyone with prizes to be won! Infatable
tube, music, dance off, treasure hunt, big
bomb competition, free barbecue. Entry is $3.
This event is put on by the Waikerie Sports
centre, with Support from Waikerie Lutheran
Youth, Rotary and Waikerie meat and poultry
1st - In Flander's Field, Rain Moth Gallery,
opening exhibiton at 2pm. All welcome.
6th- Waikerie Hospital Guild meetng at
Hospital Meetng Room 2pm
7th - Riverland West Fisherama and Boat Rafe
at Ramco Point. Major prize is a boat, trailer and
motor package valued at more than $10,000.
Junior and senior fshing sectons, carp tossing,
breakfast and catering available on the day.
7th - Waikerie Markets, civic centre lawns, 9am
to 1pm. Phone: 0455 483 669.
14th/15th- Teaching Tai Chi for arthrits training.
Phone Brenda 0413 022 246
14th- Rotary Food Fair to be held at the civic
centre lawns at 6pm. The event is a collaboraton
between the Waikerie High School and the Rotary
Club of Waikerie. Contact Richard Hall for more
informaton 0458 643 667.
14th - Lions auction, Waikerie river front, 9am.
Phone: Henry Mortimer on 8541 3007.
The River News
would like to wish
this week's Little
Rayner, a very happy
Kyton turned 11
Other Little Nippers
this week are George
Matulick and Stepha-
nie Grace Forrest.
once in each
To solve a sudoku puzzle, ﬁll the
empty cells with the numbers 1 to 9
Solution No. 339
Level of Difﬁculty:
in conjunction with the Chaffey Theatre, Renmark
presents . .
"The Naked Magicians"
For your chance to win a double pass for
Wednesday March 4th at 8.00pm
Simply post this original coupon to:
"The Naked Magicians"
PO Box 832, Renmark 5341
or drop into the Renmark office of
The Murray Pioneer
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