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					    PO Box 61                 Phone: 08 8688 2101                 Email: dctumby@tumbybay.sa.gov.au

      Progress Associations                                       Tumby Bay Foreshore
Over the last month I have been able to attend progress
                                                                      Protection
association meetings at Tumby Bay, Lipson and
                                                           Have you noticed that part of the Tumby Bay foreshore
Ungarra (apologies to Port Neill but the timing hasn’t
                                                           walling suffered during storm events last winter and has
been right yet). I would like to thank these groups for    started to collapse?
giving me the opportunity to outline how they can
continue to work with Council to achieve positive          Are you interested to know what a rising sea level may
outcomes for their communities, especially with            mean for the future preservation of Tumby Bay’s foreshore
maintaining and improving their infrastructure.            area?

As Council begins preparation for the 2014/2015 budget     Do you want to know what the options are for protecting
these associations play a role by providing submissions    our foreshore from further erosion and potential flooding?
regarding infrastructure and projects for consideration.
During the year they also provide updates to Council on    Do you want to have a contribution towards changes to the
                                                           foreshore area to accommodate more suitable and
local conditions of streets and footpaths, halls,
                                                           permanent protection against future storm events?
playgrounds and any other items that need attention in
their towns. The associations fund raise, run events
                                                           Council engineering consultants AECOM will host a
and generally seem to have a go at any projects that       second public meeting in Tumby Bay to allow everyone the
they think will assist their community.                    opportunity to understand the coastal process issues that
                                                           are impacting on the foreshore now and into the future, as
The associations are an important piece of the jigsaw      well as presenting Council’s preferred option of a rock
that helps the District Council in its decision making     revetment wall to provide long term protection against
process and in its allocation of scarce resources.         erosion and flooding from storm surge and sea level rise.

One of the interesting observations at the meetings is     This meeting will be held on Wednesday 2 nd April in the
that like every other volunteer group the memberships      Tumby Bay Football Clubrooms, commencing at 7.00pm.
are dwindling and the same people are running
everything. On a per capita basis the Lipson meeting                                                Damian Windsor
was probably the best attended, followed by Ungarra                                                 Works Manager
and then Tumby Bay. These associations are a great
opportunity for community minded people to participate           Special Council Meeting
in the improvement of our towns and districts and the
time requirement isn’t very much. After November this      That pursuant to Section 82 of the Local Government
year there will only be seven Councillors serving the      Act 1999, the District Council of Tumby Bay advises
district so these associations could become even more      that a Special Meeting of Council will be held on
important in assisting Council.                            Monday 24 March 2014 at 11.30am in the RSL
                                                           Clubrooms, 16 Lipson Road, Tumby Bay to discuss:
                                          Trevor Smith
                                 Chief Executive Officer         1. Port Neill CWMS;
                                                                 2. Council’s Rating Review.
                                                             The making of the pasta from grain dough through to
      Eyre Peninsula Local                                   delicious pasta with sauces, Basil and Pesto and Tomato
     Government Association                                  Supreme, from the Stephanie Alexander school garden
                                                             grown produce was the first course.
          Conference                                         A mouth watering Fruit Trifle followed with Peaches
                                                             preserved from their fruit tree. They learnt to make
                      Thank You                              custard and decorate with a swirl of cream.

The organisers of the above conference, held in Tumby        The table setting and meal serving etiquette was
Bay from 23 to 25 February 2014 would like to thank:         excellent.

      the community and sporting groups who provided         A tour of the Stephanie Alexander Gardens at the school,
      food for delegates attending the conference – lots     with students explaining the vegetables, herbs and fruit
      of feedback about the fantastic food;                  trees completed a highly commendable visit.

      the different venues around town where meals and       The Ungarra School should be very proud of it's
      program sessions were held;                            commitment to students with staff addressing
                                                             educational, social and sustainable outcomes with a
      the various accommodation providers who looked         "hands on", safe school community environment.
      after the delegates;
                                                             Thank you to the following businesses for their donations
      those venues who opened early to provide               to the Partner’s Tour:
      breakfast for delegates;
                                                                   Seabreeze Hotel
      our local sponsors;                                          Leader Distributors
                                                                   Variety SA Car IGA - Fairy Girls
      everyone who helped in some way during the
                                                                   Tumby Bay & District Lions Club
      course of the conference;
                                                                   Tumby Bay Foodland
and finally, but most importantly:                                 SCION Skills Centre
                                                                   Modra’s Apartments
      the community of the district – for warmly
                                                                   District Council of Tumby Bay
      welcoming the 160 delegates and helping to
      make their time in Tumby Bay a time to remember.             Lyngeron Bed & Breakfast
                                                                   Tumby Bay School Community Library
We have had huge feedback from delegates and                       Excell Blacksmith Museum
associates, saying that this was the best conference ever,
                                                                   Tumby Bay National Trust Museum
so well done everyone. Whyalla has big shoes to fill for
the 2015 conference. Only 11 years ‘til the next one               Patches at the Bay
comes this way again!                                              Boston Bay Winery
                                                                   Ungarra Primary School
                                           Jain Mentieth
                                     Manager Governance
                                                                                                 Christine Charlton
                                                                                     Community Development Officer
                    Partner’s Tour
Koppio National Trust Museum: to Tim, Ava and Tom
for your most welcoming and informative tour of the
Museum including Morning Tea.
                                                                            Rubbish Bins
Although we were only able to visit for a short time the
immense size of the Museum was realised and the
grounds and displays were in pristine condition. A return
                                                               Householders are reminded that rubbish bins are
trip by the ladies was assured bringing with them many of        issued to a property and must remain with that
their friends. An outstanding exhibition of our past
maintained proudly by management and volunteers.
                                                                                    property.
                                                              If you relocate to another house please do not take
Ungarra Primary School: to students and staff the most
amazing two course Luncheon presentation.
                                                                            the rubbish bin with you.
                                                              All bins have a specific ID number which is kept on
We received a welcome from students and a
complimentary Fruit Cup made from freshly squeezed
                                                                                     record.
lemons topped with strawberries and mint.


www.tumbybay.sa.gov.au
                     Grants                                 Monica Dodd Rural Options
Please find below many small grants which would be                               February
worth looking into for your organisations requirements.
                                                          I have relocated back to my old office, thank you to
FRRR REAPing Rewards (0-18 years)                         council for their assistance. Thank you to Kerrie and
Up to $10,000                                             Brenton at Foodland and Andrew Mattner Accountant for
      Second round opens 24th March
                                                          supplying me with temporary accommodation while the
1800 170 020                                              office was being refurbished.
info@frrr.org.au
                                                          Work performed by me in this period has been assisting
Regional Events & Festivals 2014/2015
     Closes 27th March                                    with the dissolving of a farm partnership, Carers Pension
                                                          with Centrelink, compilation of a draft business letter,
Ph. 08 8463 4650                                          perusing original aged documents, building survey re
                                                          property settlement, family partnership issues, Estate
FRRR Small Grants for Small Communities
Up to $5,000                                              Plan, intergenerational transfer of the family farm, issuing
                                                          options re partnership documents, options for finance to
1800 170 020
                                                          purchase a farm, Property Settlement, Pension
info@frrr.org.au
                                                          Allowances, Pension Bonus Scheme, Separation
RAA Grant Safer Communities for People                    Certificate lodged with Centrelink, legal representation
Up to $5,000                                              options and refer client for legal assistance to a barrister.
      Closes 27th March
                                                          Some of the issues that I assist with are made worse by
Our Neighbourhood Community Grants                        the fact that families do not always get the appropriate
Up to $10,000
                                                          documentation in place. When this happens it is very
      Closes 4th April
                                                          difficult to resolve issues without legal intervention which
1300 765 772                                              is very costly. I would encourage people to address this
                                                          issue.
Active club program        &   equipment    guidelines
      Closes 14th April
                                                                                                         Monica Dodd
www.recsport.sa.gov.au
ORSGrants@sa.gov.au

Community Heritage Grant
                                                               Vegetation on Footpaths
Up to $15,000
      Closes 2nd May                                      Council’s Parks and Garden staff have noticed a number
                                                          of properties, particularly around Tumby Bay, where
chg@nla.gov.au
Please call Christine Charlton at the Council office on   vegetation from within private property is growing outside
Tuesdays and Wednesdays.                                  the boundaries and is encroaching onto road reserves
                                                          and footpaths.
                                     Christine Charlton
                         Community Development Officer    Please be aware that you are required to trim or maintain
                                                          all vegetation on your property so that it is not restricting
                                                          the use of the road reserve or footpath by other users. If
                                                          your vegetation is getting out of control you may receive a
                                                          reminder notice from Council asking that you undertake
                                                          some gardening work.

                                                          If you are unable to act within the timeframe specified in
                    NOMOZ                                 the letter Council staff may undertake the work for you,
       Mosquito Larvacide Pellets with Prolink            and you will be charged for the cost of the removal.
   A sustained release product to prevent adult           Thanks for your assistance in maintaining the
mosquito emergence for domestic use in small water        accessibility of our public areas.
               holding containers.
                                                                                                     Damian Windsor
    Information and free samples available at the                                                    Works Manager
                  Council office.


www.tumbybay.sa.gov.au
COUNCIL MEETING                                667
11th March 2014

                       DISTRICT COUNCIL OF TUMBY BAY
MINUTES OF THE ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL held at the Council Chamber,
Mortlock Street, Tumby Bay on Tuesday 11th March 2014 at 9.00 am.

1.0              ROLL CALL

                 1.1     Present

                 1.2     In Attendance

                 1.3     Apologies
                         Cr Pam Brougham and Cr Sam Telfer

1c/32014                 Moved - Bob Lawrie                  Seconded: Robert Lawrie
                         That Council note and accept the above apologies.
                                                                                            CARRIED

2.0              MINUTES OF THE ORDINARY MEETING held on 11th February 2014.

2c/32014         Moved - Swaffer                           Seconded - Baillie
                 That the minutes of the Ordinary Meeting held on the 11th February 2014 with
                 amendment on page 617 Motion 14c/22014 deleting Councillors Brougham and
                 Robert Lawrie from the Against names, be confirmed as a correct record.
                                                                                     CARRIED

3.0              DECLARATION OF INTEREST

                 Cr Robert Lawrie declared his interest in item WM3/314 as being a landowner
                 adjacent the proposed area.

4.0             DEFERRED MOTIONS – Nil.


5.0             MAYOR’S REPORT – Nil.


6.0              DEPUTATIONS – Nil.


7.0              COMMUNITY DELEGATES’/REPRESENTATIVES’ REPORTS

                 7.1     Elected Members Reports

                 Mayor Collins
                    Clock Tower public meeting
                    Tumby Bay Foreshore Protection public meeting
                    Rate Review public meeting
                    EPLGA Board meeting and Conference Tea
                    EPLGA Annual Conference and Formal Dinner
                    NRM Board meeting – Port Lincoln
                    Executive Officers meeting
                    Informal gathering and inspection at Wisemans Beach
                    Lincoln Minerals public information session
                    Executive Officers meeting

                 Councillor Mason
                    Tumby Bay Foreshore Protection public meeting
                    Tumby Bay Foreshore Protection Council discussion

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                     Rate Review public meeting
                     EPLGA Board meeting and Conference Tea
                     EPLGA Annual Conference and Formal Dinner
                     EPLGA AgriBusiness Workshop
                     Lower Eyre Road Safety Committee meeting

                 Councillor Brougham
                    Tumby Bay Foreshore Protection public meeting
                    Tumby Bay Foreshore Protection Council discussion
                    Rate Review public meeting
                    EPLGA Board meeting and Conference Tea
                    EPLGA Annual Conference and Formal Dinner
                    EPLGA AgriBusiness Workshop
                    Informal gathering and inspection at Wisemans Beach

                 Councillor Robert Lawrie
                    Governing School Council AGM
                    Tumby Bay Foreshore Protection public meeting
                    Tumby Bay Foreshore Protection Council discussion
                    Rate Review public meeting
                    EPLGA Board meeting and Conference Tea
                    EPLGA Annual Conference and Formal Dinner
                    Tumby Bay Progress Association meeting

                 Councillor Swaffer
                    EPLGA Annual Conference and Formal Dinner
                    Concern re LMA on Marina
                    Concern re Wisemans Beach access

                 Councillor Bob Lawrie
                    Clock Tower public meeting
                    Tumby Bay Foreshore Protection public meeting
                    Informal gathering and inspection at Wisemans Beach


8.0              QUESTION ON NOTICE – Nil.


9.0             QUESTION WITHOUT NOTICE

                     Cr Robert Lawrie
                        o Many thanks to the Council workforce both inside and out, for the
                           success of the recent EPLGA Conference.

                     Cr Swaffer –
                        o Stormwater Management plan
                        o Reclassification of staff member


                     Cr Bob Lawrie
                        o Budget issues

10.0            PETITIONS – Nil.


11.0            MOTION ON NOTICE – Nil.


12.0             COUNCIL/COMMUNITY COMMITTEE REPORTS


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                 12.1    COUNCIL COMMITTEE REPORTS – Nil.


                 12.2    COMMUNITY COMMITTEE REPORTS – Nil.


13.0             OFFICERS’ REPORTS


                 13.1    Chief Executive Officer’s Reports

3c/32014                 Moved – Bob Lawrie                   Seconded - Mason
                         That the following reports from the Chief Executive Officer be received.

                         CEO 1/314                 Community Grants Program 2013/2014
                         CEO 2/314                 Civic Centre Nautilus Theatre Representative
                         CEO 3/314                 Instrument of Delegation under the Heavy
                                                   Vehicle National Law (South Australia) Act 2013
                         LATE CEO 4/314            Land Management Agreement – “Tumby Bay
                                                   Marina” 2a Graham Smelt Causeway, Tumby
                                                   Bay
                                                                                         CARRIED

                         CEO 1/313                 Community Grants Program 2013/2014

4c/32014                 Moved - Swaffer                    Seconded - Mason
                         That Council:
                         1. Use $10,000 of the Community Grants Program funds as matching
                            funding for the Local Government Stimulus Program;
                         2. Request the Technical Services and Works Committee to allocate all,
                            some or none of the remaining $10,000 to projects submitted under
                            the Community Grants Program 2013/2014;
                         3. Following the Technical Services and Works Committee
                            determination allocate any remaining Community Grants Program
                            funds as matching funding for the Local Government Stimulus
                            Program;
                         4. Use funds from the Playground Reserve and the Open Space
                            Reserve (in that order) to match the remaining required funding of
                            $74,000 to $84,000.
                                                                                    CARRIED

                         CEO 2/314        Civic Centre Nautilus Theatre Representative

5c/32014                 Moved - Baillie                    Seconded – Robert Lawrie
                         That Council nominate Michelle Feigert to the Port Lincoln Civic Centre
                         Nautilus Theatre Committee.
                                                                                      CARRIED

                         CEO 3/314        Instrument of Delegation under the Heavy
                                          Vehicle National Law (South Australia) Act 2013

6c/32014                 Moved - Swaffer                      Seconded – Robert Lawrie
                         That Council, in exercise of the power contained in Section 44 of the
                         Local Government Act 1999, declare that the power and functions under
                         the Heavy Vehicle National Law (South Australia) Act 2013 and specified
                         in the proposed instrument of delegation contained in Appendix 1 are
                         delegated this day of 11 March 2014 to the person occupying the office
                         of Chief Executive Officer, subject to the conditions and or limitations

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                         specified herein or in the Schedule of Conditions of such proposed
                         delegations.
                                                                                  CARRIED

                         LATECEO 4/314             Land Management Agreement – “Tumby Bay
                                                   Marina” 2a Graham Smelt Causeway, Tumby
                                                   Bay

7c/32014                 Moved - Baillie                       Seconded - Mason
                         That:
                         1. Council takes no action with regard to the issue of the approval in
                            place for the dwelling located at 2a Graham Smelt Causeway, Tumby
                            Bay; and
                         2. Council writes to all property owners to determine the desire for a
                            meeting to be held with regard to the future of the LMA.

                         AMENDMENT:

8c/32014                 Moved - Swaffer                       Seconded: Bob Lawrie
                         That:
                         1. Council takes no action with regard to the issue of the approval in
                            place for the dwelling located at 2a Graham Smelt Causeway, Tumby
                            Bay;
                         2. Council writes to all property owners to determine the desire for a
                            meeting to be held with regard to the future of the LMA; and
                         3. Any future development applicants be made aware of the presence of
                            the LMA and advised that they must comply.

                         The Amendment became the motion, was voted upon and was carried.
                                                                                 CARRIED

                 13.2    Corporate Services Reports

9c/32014                 Moved – Robert Lawrie              Seconded - Wilksch
                         That the following reports from the Deputy Chief Executive Officer be
                         received.
                         DCEO 1/314           Statement of Financial Position
                         DCEO 2/314           Budget v Actual Report
                         DCEO 3/314           2013/2014 Budget Review Two – February 2014
                                                                                    CARRIED

                         DCEO 1/313                Statement of Financial Position

10c/32014                Moved - Mason                       Seconded - Baillie
                         That the payment of cheque numbers 22494 to 22525 for a total of
                         $245,411.47 and electronic fund transfer batch numbers 240 to 242 for a
                         total of $383,550.57 be endorsed.
                                                                                      CARRIED

                         DCEO 2/314                Budget v Actual Report

                         The report be received and noted.

                         DCEO 3/314                2013/2014 Budget Review Two – February 2014

11c/32014                Moved - Robert Lawrie             Seconded - Wilksch
                         That Council accept the 2013/2014 Budget Review Two February 2014
                         as presented.
                                                                                 CARRIED

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                 13.3    Technical Services & Operations Reports

12c/32014                Moved - Mason                        Seconded – Robert Lawrie
                         That the following reports from the Works Manager be received.

                         WM 1/314                  Jetties Maintenance
                         WM 2/313                  Tumby Bay Foreshore Protection Report
                         WM 3/314                  Wisemans Beach Access
                                                                                     CARRIED

                         WM 1/314                  Jetties Maintenance

13c/32014                Moved – Robert Lawrie              Seconded - Mason
                         That Council approves additional expenditure of up to $90,000 for the
                         purposes of the Tumby Bay and Port Neill jetties pile replacement works,
                         and that this expenditure be recovered from the Recreational Jetties
                         Reserve.
                                                                                       CARRIED

                         WM 2/313                  Tumby Bay Foreshore Protection Report

14c/32014                Moved - Robert Lawrie                    Seconded - Collins
                         That Council requests AECOM to proceed with the detailed design and
                         preparation of a specification for the recommended foreshore protection
                         works contained within the concept design report, namely:

                                 The design of an engineered rock revetment wall with a slope of
                                 1Vert:1.5Horiz, a 2.0m wide crest of 3.3m AHD and adjacent
                                 impermeable path of 1.5-2.0m.
                                 The inclusion of three access points to the beach in the section
                                 between the jetty and the Ritz Café car park
                                     o A Disability Discrimination Act compliant ramp at the jetty
                                     o Concrete steps and handrail integrated into the wall in
                                         front of the existing toilet block and in the vicinity of the
                                         Ritz Café.
                                                                                           CARRIED

                         Cr Bob Lawrie called for a Division:
                         For: Councillors Collins, Mason, Robert Lawrie and Wilksch
                         Against: Councillors Bob Lawrie, Baillie and Swaffer

15c/32014                Moved - Bob Lawrie                  Seconded - Swaffer
                         That before any action is taken, a further public meeting be called to
                         discuss the recommended options for the Tumby Bay foreshore.
                                                                                     CARRIED

…                        Cr Robert Lawrie left the meeting at 10.12 am

                         WM 3/314                  Wisemans Beach Access

16c/32014                Moved – Swaffer                      Seconded – Bob Lawrie
                         That Council determines its preferred location for access to Wisemans
                         Beach to be ‘Location 2’, being a point approximately 1km North West
                         from the previous beach access point and that the 2014/15 draft budget
                         include an allocation of up to $70,000 to undertake planning works and
                         as a construction allowance for an access point to Wisemans Beach.
                                                                                      CARRIED

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…                         Cr Robert Lawrie returned to the meeting at 10.28 am

14.0             OTHER REPORTS – Nil.


15.0             CORRESPONDENCE

17c/32014       Moved - Baillie     Seconded - Mason
                That correspondence items C1/314 to C2/314 be received.
                                                                                            CARRIED

                 C1/314           LGA Circular 7.1 – 2014/15 Special Local Roads (SLRP)
                                  Funding

                                  Noted.


                 C2/314           Ian McDonald – Auditor

18c/32014                         Moved - Wilksch       Seconded – Robert Lawrie
                                  That Council receive and note the comments from the Auditor and
                                  that the Auditor be advised accordingly.
                                                                                       CARRIED

16.0             LATE CORRESPONDENCE – Nil.


17.0            INFORMATION TABLED
                    Land Transfer Report


18.0            MATTERS IN CONFIDENCE – Nil.


19.0             MEETING CLOSED at 10.33 am.



                 DATE: ___________________ CONFIRMED: _______________________
                                                               Mayor




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     Tumby Bay Hospital and                                           Tumby Bay Drama Club
       Uringa Auxiliary Inc.                                          We Want YOU to be Our Next Star!
President Cynthia Fulton welcomed ten members and              The Tumby Bay Drama Club is looking to put on another
one new comer, Yvonne Flavel, to our latest meeting held       show. This time it’s all about short skits, comedy, tragedy,
on 5th March. There were six apologies.                        naughty and nice. Dance acts, music acts, magicians,
                                                               clowns, acrobats and anyone else, are all welcome to join
It was reported that Uringa Hostel has taken delivery of a     our troupe.
new Shower/Commode Chair which is now in use. Our
Hospital has received delivery of twenty new insulated         It’s going to be a floor dinner show, on the same level as
teapots for the use of patients. Auxiliary has paid for        the audience, some time in October. Funds raised will be
these purchases.                                               donated to the McGrath Foundation (so a ‘melon’ theme is
                                                               fine). We may even tour it to other local towns.
Work has commenced on the upgrade of the courtyard of
Uringa, as part of an overall renovation of nine of the        So work on some ideas, either on your own or with some
residential units. This activity and upgrade has been          mates, and come along to our next meeting on Wednesday
made possible from a Bequest given to our Auxiliary.           26th March at the Red Roof pub at 8 pm to workshop your
After much consultation and planning, all members are          ideas. Keep in mind that short acts mean that we won’t
very pleased to see that work has finally begun.               have to rehearse for months on end.

Units will be fitted out with new bathrooms, wardrobes,        If you don’t have any ideas, but you’re keen and you want
curtains and flooring and each unit will contain a small       to be a part of it all, come along anyway. See you there!
fridge. Our members were greatly honoured to receive
this Bequest and we hope that the residents will be            If you are interested but can’t make the meeting, call Karina
pleased with the results of their new units once the           on 0438 862940.
project is completed.

Our next meeting will be held in the Meeting Room of the                  Tumby Bay Probus
Bayside Medical Clinic on Wednesday 2 nd April, at
1.30pm. Please come and join us, to help us raise funds        Tumby Bay Combined Probus Club had its Annual General
for our community Hospital & Uringa Hostel.                    Meeting on Friday 7th February. Dorothy and Vera played a
                                                               piano duet as members arrived for the meeting. 46
                                                               members attended and we welcomed 1 visitor from Quorn
     Ungarra Primary School                                    Probus. We had a short General Meeting to start, lead by
                                                               relieving member John Lawrie. We were disappointed with
The Ungarra Primary School, which is celebrating its           the attendance as apologies did not balance with the
centenary on the long weekend in October, would like to        number of attendance for an Annual General Meeting.
let you know some of the proposed plans for the
weekend.                                                       Minutes were read from AGM held in March 2013. The
                                                               only Correspondence was from headquarters in Sydney
These include an old style dance on the Friday night.          with instructions for Club for 2014. Treasurer presented the
Saturday activities include the opening of the time            Financial Statement; a full detailed Financial Statement is
capsule, book launch, horse and cart town tours, bouncy        available to members if interested. A hand crafted pen
castle and activities for the children, old school bus runs,   made by A. Brereton was given to the Auditor in
photo opportunities, memorabilia and a Centenary               appreciation. John Lawrie then read the President’s report
concert that night. The weekend will conclude with a           for 2013.
church service and informal lunch on the Sunday.
                                                               The Tour Officers, Kath and Geoff Prime gave a report of
There are two competitions now open and these are:             the activities they had organised during the year.

Design a Cover for Our History Book – Closes at the end        John then declared all positions vacant and officiated for
of March 2014. This competition is open to all ages.           the election of Officers for 2014. As there were no
                                                               nominations for the position of President, Eileen Weiss was
Historic Sculpture and Scarecrow Competition – Closes          willing to continue for a second year. Geoff Prime
on August 1 2014. Create either a sculpture depicting our      proposed we accept and appoint Eileen, seconded Dorothy
history or the ultimate scarecrow that can be erected in       Swaffer and all were in favour. Thank you Eileen.
our garden.
                                                               There were no nominations for Secretary; members
Prizes will be awarded at the Centenary concert.               proposed Julia continue for another year. Committee was
                                                               nominated as follows Heidi Roberts as Treasurer, Teresa
They are also running a personalised paver fundraiser          Stringer, Kath Prime, Des Traeger. John will stand in as a
until the end of March. For all details please contact the     past President. Veronica Murchison and Anne Swaffer
school on 86888029 during office hours.                        volunteered to fill the vacancies. Thank you.
                                                                                                              Moss Flavel

www.tumbybay.sa.gov.au
           Tumby Bay School                                                      Charlton WAB
           Community Library                                     The Charlton Branch of Women in Agriculture and
                 ‘One Card System’                               Business is hosting the 2014 WAB Eyre Peninsula
                                                                 Regional Meeting on Friday 28th March at the Kirton
Dear Community Member,                                           Point Bowling Club, Port Lincoln.

The library is changing to an exciting new system in April       Guest speakers will be Luana Kraft on EP Hospice/
and in order to prepare for this change we need to re-           Palliative Care Project and Julie Low on the new Airport
register all our borrowers so that our records are current       Terminal. WAB State President, Elizabeth Calvert, will
and contain information to make communication easier.            also be in attendance.

On April 10 the Tumby Bay School Community Library               Morning Tea and Registration will be from 9.30 am, with
will be joining with all the public libraries across the state   the meeting to begin at 10.00am. Lunch will be BYO lap
in implementing a new computer management system.                lunch. Visitors are very welcome.
The new system will mean that our borrowers will have            The afternoon program will comprise a visit to the Fresh
access to every other South Australian library’s collection      Fish Place, with a charge of $18 per person. Those
via an online catalogue giving you access to millions of         wishing to attend must reply to Yvonne Low at 8683 5342
items.                                                           by Monday 24th March.
The one card network will enable you to select items for
borrowing online from any library and the items will be                                                         Yvonne Low
delivered to your local library for pick up.                                                                      President

Please fill in and sign the registration forms (available at
the library) for yourself and your children and return it to
                                                                      Tumby Bay Garden Club
the library. Your new library card will become your state-       President Bev Holder welcomed 17 members to the
wide ‘One Card’ and can be used at any SA Public                 meeting, which was held at the Skills Centre. Wendy and
Library which has become part of the new network. All            Bob Pycroft very kindly opened the centre for us on a
the public libraries in South Australia will eventually          public holiday. There were quite a number of apologies.
change to the system.                                            Two members are to celebrate their birthdays in March.
We require your date of birth to identify you, as this is a      The Uringa gardens have been cleaned up and watered.
state wide system, there may be another person with the          Watering still seems to present a problem. Among others,
same name.                                                       Sandie's hints included making a bird scarer out of a
Notices (hold alerts, reminders, overdue notices) will be        potato and large feathers. We then had a quiz on the
sent to you via email or mobile phone.                           etiquette when visiting gardens. There was no show
                                                                 bench or auction. The raffle was won by Bev Holder,
When we go live, a PIN or security code will be used             which tickled everyone's funny bone.
along with your new barcode (on the back of your
membership card) to access your library account on the           Bob Pycroft then gave us an interesting overview of the
website (www.libraries.sa.gov.au/tumbybay). You will be          Skill Centre. The school was able to access a substantial
able to place holds on material from our library and from        grant for the land and buildings, and the idea was that the
the other public libraries already on the network, see           students would be involved in the whole process of
what loans you have, extend loans, change your details           turning olives into oil, bottling and selling. Unfortunately,
etc.                                                             with a change of teachers, this has fallen by the wayside,
                                                                 and only the actual growers use the plant. Also, there is
Visit your library. It’s FREE to join - join now!                a large commercial kitchen, which only gets used when a
                                                                 function is held at the centre. Bev Holder thanked both
                                                                 Wendy and Bob with a gift of appreciation.

    Tumby Bay Meals on Wheels                                    Next meeting is on Monday, 14th April at 10 a.m.
                                                                 Hostesses are Anne Cunningham and Maxine McRostie.
          40th Birthday                                          Visitors are always welcome.

    The Committee invites the Community                                                            FOR SALE
               to celebrate                                                                         at the
                                                                                        District Council of Tumby Bay
   Senior Citizen Club                                                              “The History of Tumby Bay and District”
   Thursday March 27 2014 - 1.30pm
                                                                                    Seventy Five Years of Local Government
   RSVP by March 20 to Eileen                                                                     1906-1981
   8688 1812 or 0427 881 812                                                                         $11.00



www.tumbybay.sa.gov.au
          Tumby Bay SACWA                                         Tumby Bay Floral Art Club
The meeting of the Tumby Bay CWA was held                      President J. Rehn opened our February meeting and
Wednesday 19th February at the clubrooms. President            welcomed all present, with a special welcome to Carol
Joan Winter opened the meeting with the creed after            Rau. There were 7 apologies received.
welcoming twelve members, including a new member,
Heather Masters. Apologies were received and the roll          A letter of thank you and best wishes was received from
call was to tell how we met our husbands and their             Joy Lockyer.
proposal.
                                                               It was moved that a donation be made to the Pioneer
It was quite amusing to hear about the romantic meetings       Tower.
and proposals. Every one was quite different and we
enjoyed reliving that little bit of romance in our distant     R. Lawrie demonstrated contemporary techniques in
pasts.                                                         flower arranging.

Assistant secretary Rita Higgins read the minutes of the       Our monthly competition ‘Black Beauty’
previous meeting and that was accepted without                      Equal first were G. Smith & S. McCallum
opposition.
                                                               Single Flower
Correspondence was then dealt with very efficiently with             First       G. Smith
nothing of any real importance needing to be dealt with,             Second      S. McCallum
although there was much that was postponed for a later
meeting.                                                       Our March meeting is being held on 28th March at the
                                                               Church of Christ Hall beginning at 11.30. It is an open
The finance report was given and accepted.                     invitation day for anybody who would like to attend and
                                                               learn how to make a posy.          Rosemary will firstly
Cottage report showed that the cottages and caravan            demonstrate, then all who would like to can create there
park have been consistently filled which is very gratifying    own. All flowers and any requirements will be supplied.
to those who put in the work of providing available            Please bring along a packed lunch. Anyone who would
bookings.                                                      like to know more can contact Rosemary Lawrie on
                                                               86882186.
A complaint was made about some young people
trespassing on the CWA property and a suggestion made          Our competition for March is 'All Wrapped Up’ and
to write a letter to the Council.                              homework is an arrangement using contemporary
                                                               techniques learnt from our last meeting.
We then welcomed guest speaker Debbie Gregurke, who
spoke to us about advance care planning and
recognising the necessity of planning what we want to be
                                                                      TUMBY BAY TRANSFER
done for us if we become totally incapacitated in our
latter years. It was interesting yet daunting to think about
                                                                           STATION
such a subject. It is not really what we want to think
                                                               The facility will recycle cardboard, newspaper, steel,
about, but necessary if we want our needs to be as we
                                                               other metals, wood, green waste, concrete and
would want and not put so many of the decisions onto
our families.
                                                               bricks.
                                                                              (SURCHARGE APPLIES)
Single Flower
      First        Faye Haywood                                Waste is to be taken to the Transfer Station.
      Second       Pearl Carr                                  Persons illegally dumping at the gates will be
                                                               prosecuted.
Multiple Bloom
      First        Rita Higgins                                                   Opening Hours
      Second       Joan Winter                                                  Monday 3pm—4pm
                                                                               Wednesday 3pm—4pm
A special gift from my husband                                                   Friday 3pm—4pm
       First       Val Cronk                                                    Sunday 9am—10am
       Second      Marie Lally


www.tumbybay.sa.gov.au
                                        Meals on Wheels ~ April 2014 Roster
                 Please find your own replacement and notify Eileen of any changes ~ 8688 1812 / 0427 881 812
        MONDAY                 TUESDAY                   WEDNESDAY                    THURSDAY                    FRIDAY
                        H. Wishart
                        B. Cameron          1     J. Dodd
                                                  R. Lawrie               2
                                                                               R. Lawrie
                                                                               B. Jeffries            3
                                                                                                           V. Lockwood
                                                                                                           M. Poole             4
                        G. Dunn                   M. Poole                     J. Tierney                  C. Gosling
                        G. Challinger             G. Hauschild                 J. Elson                    G . Bawden
 D. Carpenter
 C. Trezise        7
                        G. Hales
                        C. Hales            8     C. Fraser
                                                  K. Lawrie               9    C. Kolosche
                                                                               D. Allen             10     D. Hedley
                                                                                                           J. Hedley       11
 A. Phillis             J. Plane                  P. Goodes                    G. Branford                 D. Hopping
 L. Phillis             S. Stubing                J. Pasquarelli               C. Beaton                   P. Darling
 T. Kopman
 S. Franks       14     H. Ballard
                        C. Harradine      15      S. Bierwirth
                                                  P. McKenna             16
                                                                               H. Roberts
                                                                               W. Springbett        17     GOOD
                                                                                                           FRIDAY
                                                                                                                           18
 H. Boylan              J. Cook                   B. Ollivier                  R. Woolford
 P. Tressider           A. Cameron                B. Holder                    M. Woolford
                                                                                                           HOLIDAY
                        N. Richter                S. Dorward                   C. Winter
 EASTER          21     M. Bishop         22      K. Holliday            23    J. Winter            24     ANZAC           25
 MONDAY                                                                                                    DAY
                        T. Stringer               J. Stirling                  T. Simpson
 HOLIDAY                D. Liddicoat              H. Ware                      R. Fatchen                  HOLIDAY

 T. Swaffer
 A. Swaffer
                 28     H. Wishart
                        B. Cameron        29      J. Dodd
                                                  R. Lawrie              30                                CAR ONE
                                                                                                           SOUTH
                        G. Dunn                   M. Poole
 R. Webb                G. Challinger             G. Hauschild                                             CAR TWO
 V. Webb                                                                                                   NORTH


       Combined Churches of Tumby Bay invite you to join us
                APRIL                       6TH                 13TH      17TH-19TH               20TH                 27TH
                                                                               17th
Anglican cnr Lipson Tennant Street                                            5.00pm                                10.30am
                                           9.00am               9.00am         18th
                                                                                                 9.00am          Combined Service
8688 2136                                                                                                         Church of Christ
                                                                              3.00pm

Assembly of God Lipson Rd
                                          10.00am           10.00am              —              10.00am             10.00am
Pastor M Bowshall - 8688 2128
                                                                               17th
Catholic Church Street - 8676 2194                                            6.00pm
                                                                               18th
Fr Kevin Mathews - 0428 282 189           10.30am               8.00am        5.00pm
                                                                                               No Service           10.30am
e: cumminsparish1@bigpond.com                                                  19th
                                                                              7.00pm

Christian Centre                                                                                10.30am
                                          10.00am           10.00am              —           Combined Service       10.00am
Elder Lawrie Smith - 8688 2096                                                                Church of Christ
                                                                                              Sunrise Service       10.30am
Church of Christ                                                                                7.30am
                                          10.30am           10.30am              —                               Combined Service
Tumby Tce                                                                                       10.30am           Church of Christ

Church of Christ
                                          10.00am           10.00am              —              10.00am             10.00am
Ungarra - 8676 7049
Lutheran
                                          10.30am               9.00am           —              10.30am                9.00am
Tumby Bay - 8688 8073
                                                                                              Sunrise Service
Uniting Spencer St Tumby Bay                                                                                        10.30am
                                                                                18th            7.30am
Pastor Graham Ingram                      10.30am           10.30am           10.30am           10.30am
                                                                                                                 Combined Service
8688 2368                                                                                                         Church of Christ
                                                                                             Church of Christ

Uniting Lipson                                                               18th              Port Neill or     10.30am
Pastor Graham Ingram                       8.30am               8.30am    Port Neill or        Tumby Bay      Combined Service
8688 2368                                                                 Tumby Bay          Church of Christ Church of Christ

Uniting Port Neill                                                                                                  10.30am
                                                                               18th
Pastor Graham Ingram                       8.30am          No Service         8.30am
                                                                                                 8.30am          Combined Service
8688 2368                                                                                                         Church of Christ
                                                                                                            March / April 2014
          Monday                              Tuesday                          Wednesday                             Thursday                                Friday                             Saturday                          Sunday
      AR
                                                                                                                          20                                    21                                  22                               23
                                                                                                               National Trust Museum Open         Senior Fit Class 9am @ Pt Neill Hall   Wing Chun Tea House 8.30am @   National Trust Museum Open 2—4pm
                                                                                                                       10am—5pm                   Tai Chi for fitness 11.15am @ Gym                   Gym                Dragon Boating @ Marina 7.45am
                                                                                                            Weight Watchers @ Church of Christ     Cards/Tri-ominos/Pool 1.30pm @         National Trust Museum Open        Excell Museum Open 2—4pm
                                                                                                                     8.30—10.30am                                S/Citizens                     10am—12noon
                                                                                                                                                 National Trust Museum Open 2—4pm
                                                                                                                                                      RSL Club Open from 4.30pm
                                                                                                                                                       Family Mission Street Stall


              24                                   25                                 26                                  27                                     28                                 29                               30
 Special Council Meeting                   National Trust Museum Open   Indoor Bowls 1.30pm @ S/Citizens       National Trust Museum Open         Senior Fit Class 9am @ Pt Neill Hall   Wing Chun Tea House 8.30am @   National Trust Museum Open 2—4pm
                                                  10am—5pm                  National Trust Museum Open                 10am—5pm                   Tai Chi for fitness 11.15am @ Gym                   Gym                Dragon Boating @ Marina 7.45am
    11.30am @ RSL                        Bingo 2pm @ Tumby Bay Hotel                10am—5pm                Weight Watchers @ Church of Christ     Cards/Tri-ominos/Pool 1.30pm @         National Trust Museum Open          RSL Club Open for Lunch
 Indoor Bowls 1.30pm @ S/Citizens     Jolly Day 10am—2pm @ S/Citizens    Art Gallery Open 10am—12noon                8.30—10.30am                                S/Citizens                     10am—12noon
   Bingo @ Port Neill Hall 1.30pm         Singing @ S/Citizens 7.30pm      Respite to Go 10am—2pm @                                              National Trust Museum Open 2—4pm
  Art Gallery Open 10am—12noon                                                        S/Citizens                                                      RSL Club Open from 4.30pm
National Trust Museum Open 2—4pm                                             Golf Croquet 5:30—7pm                                                    TB Floral Art Group Meeting
                                                                           CWA Craft Day 10.30am @
                                                                                     Clubrooms

              31                                    1                                  2                                   3                                      4                                  5                                6
 Indoor Bowls 1.30pm @ S/Citizens          National Trust Museum Open      Foreshore Protection Meeting        National Trust Museum Open         Senior Fit Class 9am @ Pt Neill Hall   Wing Chun Tea House 8.30am @   National Trust Museum Open 2—4pm
   Bingo @ Port Neill Hall 1.30pm                 10am—5pm              Indoor Bowls 1.30pm @ S/Citizens               10am—5pm                   Tai Chi for fitness 11.15am @ Gym                   Gym                Dragon Boating @ Marina 7.45am
  Art Gallery Open 10am—12noon           Bingo 2pm @ Tumby Bay Hotel        National Trust Museum Open      Weight Watchers @ Church of Christ         Probus 10am—12noon @               National Trust Museum Open
National Trust Museum Open 2—4pm      Jolly Day 10am—2pm @ S/Citizens               10am—5pm                         8.30—10.30am                       Senior Citizen Clubrooms                10am—12noon
TB Progress Association Meeting 7pm       Singing @ S/Citizens 7.30pm    Art Gallery Open 10am—12noon                                              Cards/Tri-ominos/Pool 1.30pm @
                                                                           Respite to Go 10am—2pm @                                                              S/Citizens
                                                                                      S/Citizens                                                 National Trust Museum Open 2—4pm
                                                                             Hospital Auxiliary Meeting                                               RSL Club Open from 4.30pm
                                                                                 Red Cross Bus Trip
                                                                            Golf Croquet 5:30pm—7pm

                7                                   8                                  9                                  10                                    11                                  12                               13
 Indoor Bowls 1.30pm @ S/Citizens     COUNCIL MEETING 9AM               Indoor Bowls 1.30pm @ S/Citizens       National Trust Museum Open             Newsletter Cut Off 12noon          Wing Chun Tea House 8.30am @   National Trust Museum Open 2—4pm
   Bingo @ Port Neill Hall 1.30pm                                           National Trust Museum Open                 10am—5pm                   Senior Fit Class 9am @ Pt Neill Hall                Gym                Dragon Boating @ Marina 7.45am
                                           National Trust Museum Open
  Art Gallery Open 10am—12noon                                                      10am—5pm                Weight Watchers @ Church of Christ    Tai Chi for fitness 11.15am @ Gym       National Trust Museum Open        Excell Museum Open 2—4pm
                                                  10am—5pm
National Trust Museum Open 2—4pm                                         Art Gallery Open 10am—12noon                8.30—10.30am                   Diabetic Support Group 9.30am               10am—12noon
                                         Bingo 2pm @ Tumby Bay Hotel
TB Progress Association Meeting 7pm                                        Respite to Go 10am—2pm @                                                Cards/Tri-ominos/Pool 1.30pm @
                                      Jolly Day 10am—2pm @ S/Citizens
        Art Gallery Meeting                                                           S/Citizens                                                                 S/Citizens
                                          Singing @ S/Citizens 7.30pm
                                                                            Golf Croquet 5.30—7.00pm                                             National Trust Museum Open 2—4pm
                                                                                                                                                      RSL Club Open from 4.30pm
                                                                                                                                                       Ladies Activity Group Stall
                                                                                                                                                       Family Mission Street Stall

              14                                   15                                 16                                  17                                    18                                  19                               20
 Indoor Bowls 1.30pm @ S/Citizens          National Trust Museum Open    Indoor Bowls 1.30pm @ S/Citizens      National Trust Museum Open         Senior Fit Class 9am @ Pt Neill Hall   Wing Chun Tea House 8.30am @   National Trust Museum Open 2—4pm
   Bingo @ Port Neill Hall 1.30pm                 10am—5pm                Art Gallery Open 10am—12noon                 10am—5pm                   Tai Chi for fitness 11.15am @ Gym                   Gym                Dragon Boating @ Marina 7.45am
  Art Gallery Open 10am—12noon           Bingo 2pm @ Tumby Bay Hotel         National Trust Museum Open     Weight Watchers @ Church of Christ          Senior Citizens Meeting           National Trust Museum Open
National Trust Museum Open 2—4pm      Jolly Day 10am—2pm @ S/Citizens                10am—5 pm                       8.30—10.30am                  Cards/Tri-ominos/Pool 1.30pm @               10am—12noon
      TB Garden Club Meeting              Singing @ S/Citizens 7.30pm       Respite to Go 10am—2pm @                                                             S/Citizens
                                                                                       S/Citizens                                                National Trust Museum Open 2—4pm
                                                                             Golf Croquet 5.30—7.00pm                                                 RSL Club Open from 4.30pm
                                                                        CWA Meeting 1:30pm @ Clubrooms
                                                                              Variety SA Car IGA Stall

				
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