A d v a n ci n g W h y a l l a I n v i t es Where: Westlands Hotel (Oasis Function L i gh t R ef r esh m en t s P r ov i d ed / B a r op en IN SID E TH IS ISSU E: Email: [email protected]
The evening will feature a presentation from Yolie Entsch who will also facili-
tate a brainstorming activity and feedback forum. Yolie is a highly respected motivational speaker with a practical background in community development.
Her particular interest is with voluntary managed groups, and has worked as consultant, project manager and coach in local community and economic devel-opment. Yolie is currently Sector Development Officer for Volunteering SA
and also consults to community organisations, small businesses and communi-ties Look forward to seeing you there!!
A D V A N CIN G W H Y A LLA Y O U TH LEA D ER SH IP CA MPS Youth Council Representatives Sarah Kenny and Natasha Gardam.
group stronger, a team and helped them get to know each
Sarah and Natasha presenting
Youth Council to work as a team, and although
Russell Bambridge with a Certificate of thanks FISH Y FR IN GE FESTIVA L
over 2,000 people to the val in conjunction with the This was the first year the
unfortunately if you Snapper Competition it pro- Fringe Festival was held in
FISH Y FR IN GE FEST IV A L T O G O FR O M ST R EN G T H T O ST R EN G T H
on the action and create (no when the sun went down.
A D VA N CIN G W H YA LLA CO M M IT T EE M EETIN GS
Advancing Whyalla holds its Monthly Committee Meetings on the second Thursday of the month.
The meetings are held at 5.30pm in the Edward John Eyre High School Library.
The meetings cover relevant issues and project group reports.
All are welcome to attend, anyone requiring an agenda prior to the meeting please contact the Coordinator.
NEXT MEETING: THURSDAY 10th JUNE AT 5.30PM AT THE EDWARD JOHN EYRE HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY . A D V A N CIN G W H Y A LLA W H AT S N EW AT W ER IC? Saturday 5th June is WERIC is a joint initiative Over the past 18 months World Environment Day between Energy SA, South we have also been running and also marks the Australian Housing Trust a schools program for Whyalla Eco Renovation and the Whyalla City classes to come in and run Centre s second birthday. Council. WERIC also pro-
vides Advancing Whyalla activities to provide edu-
Whyalla Eco Renovation
tion Centre has open days gers in place to monitor with the EcoLets Garden the Energy usage within
There is information to group markets being held the home. The WERIC
take away as well as ideas here on Saturday May 1st. web-site will soon be up
There will be another and running and make this
open day later on in the information available to year.
W ELLN ESS G U ID E
The Wellness Guide is a evaluation of the Whyalla also need to be formed to huge Project which has community to establish complete same survey combined the resources the awareness level of after distribution of Well-and knowledge of many services available within ness Guide to establish community members and Whyalla prior to the dis-
W ELLN ESS
Guide. This will be a I am sure this will be a
N EW LEV ELS.
organise Focus Groups to survey. Focus groups will
A thankyou goes to the Advancing Whyalla members: Russell and Helma Bambridge, John Barrett and brother in law, Susan Stovell, Cathy Thompson for their time and effort judging at the Whyalla Motor Show held on Saturday 21st February 2004. * PLEASE REPORT ALL FAULT Y ST REET LI GHT S T O ET S A UT I LI T I ES BY PH O N I N G 1 3 1 3 6 6
Advancing Whyalla is a concerned group of residents, pooling our ideas
and skills, looking for ways to improve our City. Our common thread is
that we all share the same concerns about the City we choose to call
home and we plan to do what we can to improve our future.
President: Russell Bambridge Acting Vice President: Kaye Bujnowski Coordinator and Secretary: Lana Casserley Treasurer: Kris Harman Project Officer: Cathy Thompson Council Representative: Natasha Coombe WEDB Representative: Alex Tietgen
John Barrett, Brian and Peg Brereton, Barrie Forsyth, Clint and Marg
Garrett, Michael Hillier, Sylvia Nelson, Keith Sichler, Trevor Toomer and
Th ou gh t f or t h e da y WE R E O N T H E WE B ! If you have a talent, use it in every which way WWW. AD VAN CI N GWH YALLA. O RG. AU / possible. Don't hoard it. Don't dole it out like a miser. Spend it lavishly like a millionaire intent on going broke. Editor: Lana Casserley
Born at Blyth SA (before the hospital was closed!)
Primary schooling at Hart (before the school was closed!) and at Laura
Secondary schooling at Gladstone High School.
Came to Whyalla in 1951 as an electrical engineering trainee with BHP.
Studied part time at the South Australian Institute of Technology for Higher Certificate.
Now retired from work and trying to find the time to do the things he wants/needs to do!
Long retired from cricket and football for North Whyalla.
Lapsed golfer with sticks still in the shed.
Married to Julienne (nee King) with 4 children in Adelaide(2), Brisbane and Senegal, 11 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild.
Their intention is to remain in the Whyalla community and enjoy the benefits of the lifestyle - 5 minutes to any-where!
Barrie is involved with Advancing Whyalla to help further improve the community.
Other community involvement includes Neighbourhood Watch, Whyalla Baptist Church, the Bible Society and the Boomerang Association of Australia
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