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Issue 189

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Your Australia Day 2012 guide to what's happening in and around Canowindra.
Your Australia Day 2012 guide to what's happening in and around Canowindra.

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T
he
C
anowindra
P
hoenix
 
Issue 189
www.canowindraphoenix.com.au
Wednesday 25 January 2012
Your
free
weekly guide to what’s happening in and around Canowindra
...shop locally first! 
 Snippets...
Rugby:
Pythons training starts this Wednesdaynight at 7pm at the pool at Falls Hair BeautySpa.
 Star:
building open day is next Friday3 February, so come in and see the inside ofthe original Canowindra newspaper andprintery. From 3pm there will be a freesausage sizzle & drinks, with a special guestto launch the completion of the internal worksat 3:30pm.
Laps:
for those motivated & energetic soulswho like to get up early and exercise, thepool will be opening for lap swimming from6 to 8am every morning. Entry is via the backgate & swimmers are asked to vacate thepool before 8am.
Closed:
the pool will be closed to the publicthis Sunday 29 January for the SwimmingCarnival. This is a timely reminder for teamsto put their nominations in for the BusinessHouse Relay, to be held on the day.
Garden:
working bee for this Thursday at theCommunity Garden followed by a BBQ at6pm. There are lots of weeds needing to bekept in check. It should still leave anyoneinterested enough time to get to the officialproceedings at the Park. We have had lots ofpeople picking fresh beans, lettuce, silverbeetetc it has been really great!
56 Gaskill Street
Canowindra
 
02 6344 1009
a la carte restaurant openLunch Thursday-Sunday
&
 Dinner Thursday-Saturday
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Back to School
Specials
 
For the Kids:Haircuts $10-15
FREE treatment & scalpmassage with every
 
Cut
Blow Dry
Complementary tea/coffee & homemade slice 
02 6344 1293
C
ANOWINDRA
C
RICKET
C
LUB
 
AND
T
IGERS
P
INK 
S
TUMP
D
AY
 
Still wondering how to spend Australia Day this Thursday? Then make your way up to TomClyburn Oval around 10am and spend the day in great company and cheer on our localCricket Club and League teams on Pink Stumps Day, a fundraiser for the McGrath Foundation.As well as raffles, full bar and canteen facilities will be available, so just bring a chair, somegold coins, a hat and some sunscreen.This is the annual Twenty20 Australia Day event for the Canowindra Cricket Club, and thisyear the League boys have put a team together for the day. The new 2012 Canowindra TigersPresident Damian (Rusty) Kennedy, is very keen to be involved in the fundraiser day, being apast player for the cricket club and current player for the Tigers. Rusty attended the localCatholic School and High School before moving away for a number of years, only to return in2006 and work his way up the chain. He took out the Coach of the Year Award in 2009 and
numerous Players’ Player and Best and Fairest Awards over the years
.Rusty will have some big shoes to fill with the departure of the former long serving presidentAndrew Pull. For anyone who may not know Andrew, you will still be able to see hisorganisational skills in force as he has taken on the position of President of Woodbridge Cup.Well done Andrew and we wish you luck in your 2012 year, and the committee, teams and allinvolved with the Tigers club would like to take this opportunity to congratulate Rusty andwish him good luck for the year ahead.Training for all grades in the 2012 league season commences this week, with the youthLeague and senior grades starting on Wednesday 25 January from 6.30pm at Tom ClyburnOval, and then again on Friday night.
The Tigress’ training started on Sunday from
11.30am atthe Canowindra Swimming Pool. Anyone interested in playing for any of these grades shouldcome along.Confidence is high among the Canowindra Cricket Club after strong performances and big
wins in the last two matches in Cowra’s Twenty
20 competition. Cricket Captain Nick Guthrie(above left) predicts rivalry will be strong between the two clubs in what is sure to be agrudge match, with the Tigers,
in particular Captain O’Malveney
(above right) and DamianKennedy, being quietly confident of beating the cricket boys at their own game. All arewelcome to come and watch what should be a great game with plenty of fun and laughs.Pink Stumps Day is 10am this Thursday, Australia Day, Canowindra Cricket Club versus TigersRugby League Club. Come along and support a great cause and have heaps of fun.Afterwards, from 3pm in Memorial Park, there will be Thong and Gumboot Throwing, WhipCracking Competitions and Boat Races leading up to the official ceremony at 6:30pm.There are plenty of things to get out and do in our town this Thursday on Australia Day.
C
ANOWINDRA
 
H
IGH
S
CHOOL
 
Return to School dates 2012
Yrs 7, 11
&
12 commenceMonday 30 JanuaryYrs 8, 9
&
10 commenceTuesday 31 January
New enrolments are alsowelcome on these daysFor further information pleasephone
02 6344 1305
 
EAD
N
EW
V
ALUATION
N
OTICES
 
Cabonne landowners have been urged tocarefully read new land values notices follow-ing a revaluation by the NSW Valuer General.The State Government is sending Notices of Valuation to the owners of 7100 properties inthe Shire and Cabonne Mayor Bob Dowlingsaid it was important that all ratepayers notedtheir new land values, which are used bycouncils to determine rates.
“Land owners can lodge objections with the
Valuer General if they are not satisfied withthe new value,
” Cr Dowling said
.
“However
, many people often do not realise
the impact of the Valuer General’s revaluation
until they receive their rates notice. By then itis usually too late to lodge an appeal with theState Government.
 Ratepayers have only 60 days to lodge anobjection. The final date to object is printedon the front of the Notice of ValuationCr Dowling said he was disappointed that therevaluation was announced during theJanuary holiday period, as was the case withthe previous revaluation of Cabonne in 2007.
“A lot of people are still away on holidays at
this time and announcements such as theseoften can be overlooked during this period,
he said.The Valuer General Philip Western saidproperty sales were the most important factorin determining new land values.The total land value for Cabonne Shire hasincreased from $1.566 billion four years agoto $1.676.Mr Western said the value of residential landhad increased moderately while there was aslight increase in commercial, industrial andrural land values
“However
, the values for large, timberedgrazing properties in the east of the Shireshowed significant increases,
” he said
.The wide variation in sizes and locations of hobby farms and rural home sites across theShire resulted in a variety of changes to rural-residential values.Landowners wishing to know more abouttheir land values or the land valuation systemshould call toll free on 1800 110 038 or visitthe Land and Property Information website atwww.lpi.nsw.gov.au/valuation
Fast, efficient service!
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NSTALLATION
,
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&
MAINTENANCE
 
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solar & heat-pump hot water systems
 
roofing - draining - general plumbing 
 
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,
COMMERCIAL
&
RURAL
 
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PLUMBING
0428
 
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L
OCAL
G
OVERNMENT
EFORM
 
A workshop early next month will determine
Cabonne Council’s response to a plan that
aims to shape the future of Local Governmentfor a quarter of a century.The Council will meet on February 6 to discuss
the State Government’s draft Destination
2036
Action Plan and prepare the Council’s
response to a request for feedback on theplan.Destination 2036 is one of the largestprograms undertaken in Local Government
and follows the involvement of all the State’s
councils at a summit in Dubbo last year.Local Government Minister Don Page and theDivision of Local Government have identifieda range of issues and reforms which has beenon the agenda for many years.Cabonne Mayor Bob Dowling said his Council,through its involvement with the WellingtonBlayney Cabonne Strategic Alliance, has beenactive in reform for a number of years andwould not miss the opportunity to have aninput into the action plan.
“It is pleasing that the WBC reform model
,involving strategic alliances, resource sharingand collaborative arrangements, is one thathas been identified in the draft action plan,
Cr Dowling said.
“But there are still many other issues that
need to be addressed, such as constitutionalrecognition of Local Government, funding,roles and responsibilities, a review of the LocalGovernment Act and intergovernmentalagreements.
 Cr Dowling said members of the public werealso welcome to make a comment on thedraft action plan which could be viewed onthe Destination 2036 webpage via the Division
of Local Government’s website
www.dlg.nsw.gov.au
“I urge you to read the draft action plan and
have your say on a document that could havea significant impact on the area in which youlive,
” he said
.Submissions or comments may be sent to:Project Manager
Destination 2036Division of Local GovernmentDepartment of Premier and CabinetLocked Bag 3015NOWRA NSW 2541or be emailed todestination2036@dlg.nsw.gov.auFeedback will be received until Wednesday15 February 2012.
F
OLK 
B
ACK 
 
FOR 
2012
Folk@Canowindra is set to start off the year inparty mode, with a fun and lively group calledMilltown as our feature act 4-6pm on Sunday29 January.Based in Bathurst, Milltown play a mix of mostly old time American string band musicand songs influenced by the backgrounds of the band members: rock and roll; Irish;traditional Australian; and bluegrass. Bandmembers are Ken Lambeth (guitar), TonyStuart (fiddle, mandolin and accordion), JamesChurch (Dobro), Mike Cook (double bass) andRebecca Pagan (clawhammer banjo).Milltown also do a few original songs andinstrumentals. Any old time band should haveat least one song about a chicken, a train or agirl called Sally, and Milltown have all three! If you want to have a preview of their style,check out "Milltown-Choctaw Hayride"(amongst other songs) on YouTube.Folk@Canowindra is now entering its thirdyear - a growing monthly gathering of acoustic musicians, poets, and warm andappreciative listeners.Kindly hosted by taste Canowindra at42 Ferguson Street, Folk meets on the lastSunday of the month from 4-6pm. Entry isfree, bring a donation for the band, and enjoysome arvo tea or early dinner while you listen.Family friendly!Any questions please contact Nerida Cuddyvia www.nerida.info.
Get rid of cockroaches, spiders,
 termites and other pests! 
CallBarry Heaslip
at
I
NLAND
 
P
EST
 
M
 ANAGEMENT
 
Termite Specialist
Spider service $180 (GST inc)
 
conditions apply  
Lic no 3371
Treating all pests
0428 441 138
Sue & Richard Townsend andElaine McKenzie & Peter Nicholls
are happy to announcethe engagement of 
 
Kim Roberts & Cameron McKenzie
Both families wish them all thebest for their future together.
A
USTRALIA
D
AY
O
FFICIAL
C
EREMONY
 
After 20 years of making sure that thecommunity celebrate in style, Warwick Bowdis hanging up his patriotic hat. This will be the
last year of Warwick Bowd’s long and
illustrious leadership of organising theAustralia Day ceremony.Everyone is invited to Memorial Park for thepresentation of the local Australian of theYear, Young Australian of the Year andCommunity Group of the Year from 6:30pm,in the cool of the evening.
Although Canowindra won’t be greeting the
Cabonne Australia Day ambassador HenrySzeps, Member for Dubbo Troy Grant MP willbe attending as our special guest for theproceedings.Businesses are encouraged to dress theirwindows to compete for the hotly contendedAustralia Day Window Dressing PerpetualTrophy,
last year won by Lawrence’s IGA
.Cornerstone will again be entertaining thekids and crowd with the toughest piñataknown to man, ensuring that enough kids getto belt the hanging bag of lollies before itdisintegrates.Tony Warn from the Canowindra Hotel will bestarting the fun celebrations early with athong throwing and gumboot tossing com-petition from 3:30pm, and boat races from5pm. Come down to the local and enjoy thefamily friendly atmosphere for Australia Day.
 
t 02 6344 1048m 0427 003 726David Etty
Eggplant Bruschetta
1 baguette4 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil4 garlic cloves, whole, unpeeled1 eggplant
½ tsp finely chopped fresh thyme
 
¼ tsp finely chopped fresh rosemary
 
¼ tsp finely chopped fresh oregano
 Salt & ground black pepper 1 tbsp chopped fresh flat-leaf parsley2 tbsp freshly grated parmesanPreheat oven to 180
o
C. Cut baguettecrosswise into 1cm slices, brush withsmall amount of oil & place oiled sideup on a baking tray, toast until golden.Rub oiled sides with half a garlic clove.Halve eggplant lengthwise score cutsides with knife. Arrange eggplant, cutsides up on a baking tray, add un-peeled garlic cloves. Sprinkle herbs,salt & pepper over eggplant, & drizzleeggplant & garlic with some of oil.Bake uncovered for 30-35 minutes,remove garlic & leave eggplant in for another 20-25 minutes.When eggplant has cooled, scrape outflesh & discard peel. Squeeze garliccloves from skin & chop both eggplant& garlic finely. Place in a bowl withparsley & remaining oil, stir until com-bined well.Season with sea salt & pepper totaste, add parmesan & place spoonfulsof mixture on the toasted baguetteslices, arrange on a platter and serve.
Bananas $1.60kgOakleaf lettuce $1eaEggplant $2kgLocal rockmelon $1.50ea
Phone orders: 6344 1011
This
week’s
Specialsat
taste Canowindra
tickets to Frencham Smithselling fast. Book now toavoid disappointment for
Fri 3 Feb
7:30pm
 
$60pp free wine tasting
3 course meal & show bookings essential
taste will be closedon weekdays from
Mon Feb 13 untilThursday March 1
www.tastecanowindra.com.au
42 Ferguson Streetph 02 6344 2332
 
Bookings now being taken for your special function:large groups or exclusive gatherings.Open for dinner this Friday 27 and Saturday 28 Januaryand all weekends following
Chef Daniel Lambert
Friday & Saturday nights at
 
The Royal Hotel, Canowindra
 
Please phone Dan Lambert on 0458 322 495 or 02 6344 1201
pomegranate
P
YTHONS
N
EWS
 
At the monthly meeting of theCanowindra Rugby Union Club onWednesday 18 January, the 2012 coacheswere appointed, being Rob Clulow andBrendan Nash.Training will commence this Wednesday25 January at The Falls at 7pm, cost will be$5 to cover the use of the pool. All playersare encouraged to attend.On Saturday 18 February 2012 the Clubwill be hosting a family fun day at theRugby Clubhouse. The fun will kick off ataround 4pm with a barbecue and drinksfor adults and kids. There will be loads of activities on offer, including a jumpingcastle for the kids. Junior Pythons areinvited to come and have a fun game of touch footy with the seniors.Bring the whole family along for a fun dayout and be part of the Pythons in 2012.
S
HOWGIRLS
 
IN
C
ANOWINDRA
!!!
Its nearly here, The Land Sydney RoyalShowgirl Competition Zone 6 Final is nowonly a matter of weeks away!The event will be held at the refurbishedhall of the Services Club on Saturday25 February. Planning for the event hasbeen two years in the making and theShowgirl Committee are in their finalstages of preparation. There will be 24Showgirls from Central West and WesternNSW will attend the event, with threebeing selected as State Finalists an will goonto represent Zone 6 at the Sydney RoyalEaster Show in April 2012.Canowindra will be represented by 2011Showgirl
Kirralee Burke. It would begreat to have a strong local crowd thereto cheer Kirralee on and show communitysupport for the event. The Committee arekeen to fill the hall and are aiming to have300 people attend the event.The Showgirl Competition aims to supportand develop young local women asambassadors of their community. Newskills such as public speaking andinterview skills are gained by theShowgirls. It is great to see the passion forthe local community that is evident inShowgirls and this will be displayed on thenight.Tickets are now available from theCanowindra Newsagency at $60 each untilWednesday 15 February 2012. Ticketsinclude a three course meal catered for byEdwina Mitchell Catering of Cudal andwines on the table from Swinging BridgeWines.

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