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74-June 2011

74-June 2011

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Issue No. 74
June 2011 PO Box 2008, Hazeldene 3658
Distribution
: 500 copies to Silver Creek Rd., Silver Parrot Rd., Creekside Drive., Riverside Cres., Service Road, Moore
‘s Rd., Spring Valley Rd. Upper King
Parrot Rd, and the Main Road as far as Minto Rd. Also the Hazeldene Store, Flowerdale Hotel, Strath Creek Store and Glenburn Roadhouse.Articles, advertisements, etc. can be left at the store, posted to PO Box 2008, Hazeldene, or emailed to the Community House at fch@internode.on.net
Tennis Opening
2
Flowerdale PrimarySchool
3
Junior Youth Group
4
Kinglake Scouts
5
MSC
14
Local Tradies
20
Flowerdale CommunityHouse
22
Contact Numbers
24
Inside this issue:
Saturday 14th May saw a bus load of U 3 A folk off for a fun day out at Kilmore Races. We arrived about onehour before the first race and settled in on our long table set behind full glass windows overlooking thefinishing post, what more could you ask for on a winters day.Some opted to place a bet on the races, some went in to tickle the pokies and some just sat back andunwound from the hustle and bustle of everyday life enjoying seeing the jockeys mount up and horses leadout onto the race track for the next big race. A beautiful lunch of either lasagne, chips and salad or chickenparma chips and salad was next up on the agenda followed by strawberry baskets with ice-cream orcheesecake and cream warmed the cockles of our hearts.
A lot of musical chairs went on throughout the day with lots of laughter, especially when Jan Newton couldn‘t
read the print in the race book so she opted for a mystery bet only to win $50 on one the next race, and 5other women pooled their money into a kitty for the days betting, picking the horses by their names and noton form guide, to come out with their money back was fun.
We did hear of one BIG win at the pokies but won‘t mention names and believe this win is going towards a
holiday north? Well done S..ah and B..yl .Thanks to Dennis Hodge who was our Bus Driver his smooth trip home gave Peter Luke time for a wee nap,and to Odette Hunter thanks again for giving us this opportunity to share time together and have a laugh.Max & Judi Clarke
 
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FLOWERDALE Tennis Club‘s new courts were finished with less than 24 hours to
spare for their official opening earlier this month.Finishing touches were added to the four new synthetic grass courts a day beforethe May 7 opening which attracted more than 180, including members of the YeaTennis Club, Glenbervie Tennis Club in Essendon, representatives of the NSWMalua Bay Tennis Club, Murrindindi Shire representatives, VicSport and the Flow-erdale community.Ms Kamar said 56 people participated in a round-robin before the official openingby the Member for Seymour, Cindy McLeish.Junior winners were Bryn Thomson, 10, of Fairfield and Sarah Kielbaska, 12, of Flowerdale. Senior winners were FionaHenson and Chris Adshead.
Adults and juniors later enjoyed trying out Tennis Victoria‘s radar gun that measuredserving speed and Flowerdale‘s coach Colin Grace joined with Tennis Victoria in taking
about 20 juniors through their paces on the hot shots programFlowerdale Tennis Club president Jeannette Kamar said that the club looked forwardto seeing maximum use of the courts.
―These courts are not just for the tennis club but for the whole community,‖ Ms Kamar 
said.Ms Kamar said there were many to thank for the courts, including the state and federalgovernments, Murrindindi Shire and Tennis Victoria.
Ms Kamar said the Glenbervie Tennis Club provided ―wonderful moral support‖ to the club in the aftermath of the fires
and over the past two years and donated $15,000.
Malua Bay Tennis Club also made a special donation after hearing of the club‘s efforts.
 
―I‘d also like to thank the Flowerdale Cricket Club and the Spring Valley Recreation Reserve committee of managementwho have both provided enormous support to our club,‖ Ms Kamar said.
 Ms Kamar said the Flowerdale community has also provided financial and moral sup-port, enabling the club to raise $65,000 towards the$240,000- plus project.Ms McLeish said the courts added to the opportunitiesprovided by the Spring Valley Recreation Reserve.
―What a fabulous facility this is now becoming,‖ Ms
McLeish said.
―Flowerdale has always been a strong community and
even more so since the fires.
―The Victorian Government is committed to continuing to support fire affected communities such as Flowerdale.‖
 
Kerry Sullivan celebrating her birthday on the night with the local community 
Thankyou to Samm our local photographer whotook the pictures on the day & night
 
Page 3Flowerdale Flyer June 2011

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