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CONTACT: Cain Electrical on 8541 3021.
They're switched on at Cain
Cain Electrical can help you get the
job done, no mater how big or small.
All kinds of electrical repairs and
maintenance are welcomed by the team
at Cain, happily servicing the Riverland
The team also oﬀer air-conditoning
installaton and maintenance, something
many households will be considering with
summer on its way.
Any project is a possibility with Cain
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CAIN Electrical can help you with all of your electrical needs.
Birthday bash doubles intake
MEMBERS of the Cobweb
celebrated the Cobweb Art
and Craft store's 40th birthday
with tasting plates of its
products and a birthday cake
Secretary Jenni Searle said the
celebrations doubled the store's
"I think it was quite successful,"
she said. "We doubled our normal
sales, and the tasting plates worked
really well because many people
who tried our products came back
and bought the products from the
"We also had people inquiring
about memberships, so it was great
to be able to promote the store to
Ms Searle said the birthday cake
was a highlight of the day.
"The cake was cut by our oldest
member, Joan Miller," she said.
"We gave away 50 pieces of cake,
so we think there must have been
more than 50 people there during
"We all thought it was a success
despite the windy weather."
The Cobweb Association
Incorporation was officially
formed on November 1, 1974, and
was the brainchild of local woman
Meanwhile the store is
preparing for a busy Christmas
period, with members increasing
the amount of baked goods
available for sale next month.
Ms Searle said the shop became
busier during the lead-up to
"People mainly come in to buy
baked goods for Christmas," she
said. "So our members will be
able to bake anything they wish,
whereas normally we only have a
certain amount of people able to
bake certain goods.
"There will be a lot more of
variety in the shop for people.
"We are hoping to be able to
increase the shop's opening hours
to cater for the busy December
AT the Cobweb Art and Craft store's 40th birthday celebrations on Saturday were (from left) Brian Kleemann, Jean Lehmann, Jenni Searle, Desma
Kleemann, Elaine Wilkinson, Kathy Scott, Mavis Kokegei, Joan Tilley, Daphne Christiansen, Mavis Boden, Melva Leak and Joan Miller.
PHOTO: Emilie Westerman
RPD Riverland Painting
25 Years Experience
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Phone Phil 0429 220 339
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