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Sharon at Federation Square with Governor at the Flowerdale Tree
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Flowerdale Primary School Junior Youth Group Kinglake Scouts MSC Local Tradies Flowerdale Community House Contact Numbers 2 5 9 21 22 24 26
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Flowerdale Primary School music festival Rockin’on the Mountain November 19th
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FROM COMMUNITY GROUPS
Flowerdale Primary School music festival committee is seeking expressions of interest from local community groups who would like to hold a food stall at the primary school music festival on November 19 th. We hope to provide a variety of stalls selling different types of food. Currently we are taking requests from groups who would like to sell food on the day. The festival Rockin’on the Mountain is being held on November 19th from 11.30AM until 8.30 PM. We are expecting around 1500 guests. The festival is to be held at Drysdale’s property on the outskirts of Yea. If your group would like to sell food on the day, please reply to this email. Please include the following details and any questions you may have. NAME OF GROUP HOURS (you would like to sell food) TYPE of FOOD you would like to sell (Please be aware that we would like a variety of food to be sold and we may need to consult with groups who wish to sell the same types of food.) Please send all expressions of interest by 25th July 2011.
Local Band Competition!!!!! 1st prize
½ hour gig at
Rockin’ on the Mountain!!!!
How to enter: 1 - Band name 2 - Genre 3 - Where is band based? 4 - Members ( how many, names etc) 5 - Demographic 6 - Bio ( a couple of paragraphs on band & members) 7 - Please include a demo ( 2-3 songs) ————————————————————————————————————— Send all applications to: Rockin’ on the Mountain comp C/o Flowerdale Primary school RMB 6525 Yea - Whittlesea rd Flowerdale 3717 before July 31st, 2011 Queries at: email@example.com Winner notified by mail & in the August Flowerdale flyer
Flowerdale Flyer July 2011
Rockin’ on the Mountain
On Saturday, 19th of November, 2011, Flowerdale Primary School presents …… Rockin’ on the Mountain. It is going to be a family music festival with loads of attractions. Market stalls, food stalls run by local community groups, kids attractions, show bags, licensed bar, signed guitar to be raffled off, T- shirt comp for the kids ……. plus heaps more!! AND the best music line up Flowerdale has seen in years!!!! Local band (winner to be announced) Ed Stubbings Death Valley Mustangs Ruckus Kelly Auty band Uprising (Australia’s Got Talent semi finalists 2011!) Black Sorrows If you are interesting in volunteering on the day or can lend a hand leading up to event, please contact Samm, Gerri or Ross at firstname.lastname@example.org Please include name, contact number, availability and if you have one of the following certificates: * Working with Children Check * Responsible Serving of Alcohol * Food Handling Certificate * First Aid Level 1/2 Or any other qualifications that would be useful Any assistance will be greatly appreciated
It’s going to be AWESOME!!
On 25th June our youth groupies pulled on their adventurous skates and went ice skating at the Melbourne Ice house at the Docklands. It had been at least 22 years since I pulled on skates so my stomach was full of nerves. We travelled in comfort on a Dyson‟s bus, making a lunch stop at McDonalds with 5 adults and 27 groupies. Proving themselves again, the groupies behaviour was faultless. We arrived at the Ice House, put on our skates and tried to stand up. It was at this stage where my internal dialogue began (OMG what am I doing?). Ignoring all the voices it was to the ice I went. Well the groupies took of like ducks to water and it seems its like riding a bike you don‟t forget. It was an awesome day and we will remember it for a long long time. Special thanks to Samm, Vicki T, Ross and Peter (Dysons).
Alex Grade 6
On Saturday the 25th June the Flowerdale Junior Youth Group went ice skating at Melbourne Ice House. We left from the school at 10am. After being on the bus for nearly an hour we arrived at McDonalds where we had lunch. After our lunch we played in the playground. Driving around for another hour or so we finally arrived to the Ice House. At the Ice house we got our skates on and went on the Ice. The ice was hard when you fell but once you got the hang of it, it wasn‟t that hard to skate without have to hold the edge. Many thanks to the parents that helped us and Tanya and Rod for taking us.
Flowerdale Flyer July 2011
Flowerdale Youth Groups
Needs Volunteers with Working with Children’s Check
Have you got a spare few hours to come & help with Youth Groups. We need as many parents as possible to assist, the more we have means you won‟t have to attend every session. Contact Community House on 57802664
JUNIOR YOUTH GROUP NEEDS YOUR ASSISTANCE
Volunteers needed for a monthly sausage sizzle at the Flowerdale Market to help raise funds to buy equipment, allow youth to continue activities and go on excursions. Volunteer drivers for bus with HR truck licence and working with c hi l d re n c he c k t o he l p w it h excursions. Please contact Tanya ASAP 0408333953 if you can help with any of the above so we can continue to provide as many activities as we can for our children.
1st Kinglake Scout Group
Scout News Over the long weekend, Bass and I organised a Patrol Activity Scout camp at Kinglake Ranges Wilderness Camp. Even though a lot of the Scouts were away for the long weekend, we had 5 Scouts attend, Ben, Tristan, Owain and of course Bass and I. Friday night everyone arrived at 7:00pm and we set up and had a game night, Saturday was a busy day, starting with bacon and eggs for breakfast before a huge game of 40/40, then the challenging high ropes course in the afternoon. We then had spaghetti bolognaise for dinner. Sunday was just as busy, with the leap of faith and the Scouts stretching their comfort zone, great job guys! Later in the day we went on a hike and roasted marshmallows in the middle of the bush. Over all it was a great camp and VERY fun! Van French. Thank you to Sean Adam and Colin French for their help with this camp. The Scouts also recently competed in the annual scout mountain bike endurance race and came first in their section. Well done to Matt, Tom, Sam and David. Venturer News The Venturers recently attended the annual four hour mountain bike endurance race at the Victorian Scout Mountain Bike Park in Officer. They had a fun day of cross country racing on the 3.5km international standard mountain bike trail. At the end of the day they had completed 12 laps and came in third out of all the Venturer teams. Coming up the Venturers have a snowboarding weekend at Mt Buller. Thinking of Joining? If you are interested in joining as a Cub, Scout or Venturer, or you are an adult looking for a rewarding outlet as a leader or an assistant please contact: Group Leader Ray Bartlam Phone: 5786 1529 or by e-mail email@example.com If would like to find out more about Scouting visit www.vicscouts.asn.au
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June 2011 (to 23rd June) Total for May 2011 Year to Date to 23rd June 2011 to 30th June 2010 Total 2010 Regards Virginia
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
THANKYOU Thankyou to all those who took the time and made the effort to fill in the Environment Survey.
Flowerdale Environmental Work Engine Meeting
Community Hub (Next to the Hall) Friday 8th July at 7pm with a BYO BBQ at 6pm. Anyone interested in the Environment Group, those who wanted to join or have joined this is the perfect time to come along. Find out how far we’ve come. Contact Trent Patten on 57 802 333 if you have any questions. Look forward to seeing you there.
BEWARE Our Home and Contents Insurance was due for renewal on the 27th June. With the renewal came a Supplementary Product Disclosure Statement, which applies to new policies after the 20th March 2011 and renewal policies after the 2nd of May 2011. In this statement is a section about fire which states: “We will NOT cover loss or damage caused by bushfire during any period specified in your current Certificate of Insurance und „special conditions‟ as an embargo period”. Talking to the insurance company and others this means that on certain days deemed by the insurance company we would not be covered for bushfire. Consequently, we changed our insurance company. Please make sure you read Product Disclosure Statements thoroughly. This is a large and well know Insurance Company stating this. Pat Cowman
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On Thursday the 16th of June a large quantity of rubbish was dumped on Moores Road near Coonan‟s Bridge. It consisted of many feed bags of rubbish and some large electrical items. The council was phoned and to their credit promptly came to collect it, utilising valuable and scarce council resources that could be used elsewhere. These seemingly insignificant infractions all add up to increased council costs which in turn lead to further hikes in our rates. So whoever is responsible, please consider this next time you feel like you can‟t be bothered going to the tip. Also, it denigrates places that other people put a lot of work into preserving and improving. It can set a precedent too, and before you know it, people start thinking of an area as an unofficial dump site. Shame on you who ever dumped this, shame on you!
On Friday the 15th of July at 7.00pm we are getting together down at Coonan‟s Bridge Reserve for a wildlife spotting exploration tour. There is a rich diversity of wildlife in this location and this night will be an opportunity to see and hear it all using some special technology such as a thermal camera with large screen display and listening devices with parabolic microphones attached for all to use. This type of equipment can detect a small mouse at more than 50 meters away in complete darkness. Trent Patten will be taking whoever would like to join in on this fun evening of discovery. The tour will go for about an hour and a half, and all you need to bring is yourself, warm clothes, a torch, and a camera if you‟d like. The evening is for all ages, so have dinner before you come, we‟ll meet at Coonan‟s Bridge Reserve, near the Landcare sign just at the start of Upper King Parrot Creek Road. For those who are interested in continuing we will be heading to Picnic Point in the Southern end of Flowerdale afterwards. Call Trent or Vikki Patten on 5780-2333 if you would like any further information. This activity promises to be fun and informative. See what‟s out there! Weather dependant if it‟s raining we will cancel.
Tank rebates extended for bushfire-affected households Minister for Water Peter Walsh today announced the extension of the rainwater tank grant scheme for bushfire-affected households. Visiting Kinglake today, Mr Walsh said the scheme provided grants of up to $1000 for residents to purchase and install rainwater tanks as they rebuild homes destroyed in the 2009 Victorian bushfires. "More than 2100 houses were lost during the 2009 bushfires and many people are still rebuilding," Mr Walsh said. "As a part of this process, the Victorian Coalition Government is extending one-off rebates on rainwater tanks to help families rebuilding after the fires. "More than 165 households in bushfire affected areas have already received grants to purchase and install rainwater tanks. "The scheme will now be extended until June 2012 so that these grants continue to be available during the ongoing recovery process." The grants are available to residences eligible to receive a Destroyed Homes Payment through the Victorian Bushfire Appeal Fund for tanks which meet Australian Design Standards. Mr Walsh said the Victorian Coalition Government was committed to helping Victorians use water wisely and rainwater tanks were a great way to contribute to overall water efficiency. "Now is a great time to install a rainwater tank, with typically cooler and wetter weather starting to set in over winter." Water tank grants that are available to bushfire-affected residents include: $1000 for a tank 4000+ litres connected to all toilets and laundry; $900 for a tank 4000+ litres connected to all toilets; and $500 for a tank 2000-3999 litres connected to all toilets. "Rainwater tanks not only reduce our reliance on water from our storages, but have great environmental benefits through the capture and re-use of stormwater," Mr Walsh said. For more information visit the resourcesmart.vic.gov.au website or call 1300 363 744. FLOWERDALE TENNIS CLUB Youth triumphs YOUTH triumphed at Flowerdale Tennis Club’s mid-week social competition grand final in chilly conditions on June 22. In an energetic game showing lots of determination and skill on both sides, the all-teenage side, the Chewbaccas, consisting of Craig and Jack Cornelissen, Jess Wendel and Sam Varano won 30 to 22, four sets to two, against the Whoop Whoops which included James Wendel, Kim Wilson, Deb Schulz and Chris Stutchbury. The Whoop Whoops were down two members on the night: Maria Wendel with a fractured leg and Jake Fish who was away on school camp. A small but enthusiastic crowd gathered to cheer on the players in the grand final - the first held on the club’s new synthetic grass courts which were officially opened last month. The season, which began in early February, has involved more than 40 players in nine teams each week. Many teams include family members. Club President, Jeannette Kamar, said that with four new courts available for play, the club hoped to expand its next mid-week social competition. “With four new courts side by side, we have a great opportunity for family and friends to enjoying a healthy and fun activity together,” she said. The club’s next social competition begins late August. To enrol, phone Jeannette on 5780 1520 before August 12.
Flowerdale Tennis Club mid-week social competition grand finalists: (from left) Jess Wendel, Sam Varano, Jack Cornelissen, Deb Schulz, K i m W i l s on , Ch r i s Stutchbury and captains Craig Cornelissen and James Wendel.
FLOWERDALE CRICKET CLUB Club gears up for cricket EXCITEMENT is building within Flowerdale Cricket Club now that work on its new grounds is nearing completion and plans for new training facilities are well advanced. Colin Crowe, who was elected president at the club‟s annual general meeting on Monday last week, said retractable nets and a new synthetic surface would be installed on the old tennis courts at the Spring Valley Recreation Reserve to provide training facilities for cricketers in time for the 2011-12 cricket season. Fencing around the oval is to be erected soon, and this will not only “stop a lot of balls going into the creek and stopping play while we find them” but will also allow the club to attract sponsors who can purchase signage advertising their businesses, Mr Crowe said. “It will be fantastic to finally play on our home turf, which now has a good wide pitch, and we will have excellent facilities,” Mr Crowe said. “We hope to have a big open day soon to promote the Flowerdale Sports Club. “We will have great new facilities for cricketers and we also have the fantastic new four courts for our tennis club, so we want to take every opportunity to grow the sports club for the community.” Cricket training is due to begin in September and the club is looking to attract players aged 16 to 60 years for its C Grade competition. Women are welcome. The club will hold a meeting for all interested in playing or joining club activities on Monday, July 18 from 7pm at the Spring Valley Recreation Reserve pavilion. The club‟s new committee includes secretary/treasurer, Chris Wilsher and vice president Chris Emmins. For inquiries phone Colin Crowe on 5797 3341 or Chris Emmins on 0414 553 342.
FLOWERDALE COMMUNITY BUS
Would you like to use the Flowerdale Community Bus??? For details & costs phone Annie Roberston 0429801312
Flowerdale Flyer July 2011
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A friendly reminder to register your pet
Pet owners across the Murrindindi Shire are reminded that registration of their animals in now due. Council’s Planning and Environment portfolio spokesman Cr Bob Flowers said there were more than 350 registrations outstanding. ―It is important people renew pet registrations as it provides Council with a record of your animal’s details,‖ Cr Flowers said. ―Residents often telephone Council out of hours looking for their pets. People who locate stray animals also telephone Council requesting officers to pick up the wandering pet. If we have the animal registered we can look it up on our system and take immediate action to reunite it with its owners,‖ Cr Flowers said. ―Of course there is also a risk that an unregistered pet that may be turned into Council could see its owner faced with significant fines. ―While renewal notices have been sent out to all residents who currently have animals registered on Council’s system, there has been a slow take-up by some owners. We have sent a reminder to those people to do the right thing. ―I would encourage pet owners that do not yet have their animals registered with Council to take appropriate action to do so. By ensuring that all dogs and cats within the municipality are registered, Council is complying with the Domestic Animals Act 1994.” Discounted fees apply to cats and dogs that are micro-chipped and/or are over 10 years of age. Dogs on rural properties that fall into the category of working dogs will also be registered at a discounted rate. Concession rates also apply for owners who hold an appropriate concession card. Dog and cat owners are reminded to inform Council of any changes in circumstances concerning pet ownership. Please contact Sharon Webb on (03) 5772 0366 if you require any assistance with pet registration.
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As part of the Tool Library in Flowerdale we now have a permanent Wood Splitter available. To book you need to contact Henry 0427 808 435
Open Open Tuesday & Wednesday 10am—3pm Tuesday & Wednesday 10am—3pm Phone: 5780 2664 2664 Phone: 5780 (For all bookings and enquires please phone the Flowerdale Community House)
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What’s on at your Community House?
MONDAY Yoga –Every Monday, Tutor: Val Tepper $10 (discounts apply, please ask at time of enrolment) 9.30-11.00am. Lighten Up—Has recommenced. Weight Loss Group designed with you in mind all welcome. Incentives, menu ideas, weigh in from 6pm. Cost $5 TUESDAY All Day Morning Tea—Every Tuesday from 10-2.30pm. Come and connect with your community enjoy a cuppa, cake and a chat, casual and relaxed atmosphere and everybody is welcome. Seniors Group (Over 55’s)- Come in and help develop the exciting Calender of events for the year of activities (anyone over 55 welcome to join). Every Tuesday Morning. Chi Ball—Tutor: Gemma Wakefiled, $10 (discounts apply, please ask at time of enrolment) 1011.30am. Classes will recommence shortly. Please register your interest by phoning
Massage/Chiropractic/Osteopathy/Acupunture—Each Tuesday, 1-4pm. Thanks to Hands on Health Australia professionals, RMIT students and clinician Helen. Acupuncture on first Tuesday of the month with Marta. Bookings must be made through Community House. Quilting & Craft—First Saturday of each month from 10.30am-3.30pm Cost $5. Playgroup—Tuesdays from 10-12.30, $2 per family. From newborn to preschool. Please bring a piece of fruit to share. Will commence shortly (see flyer in this edition). Please register by
phoning Community House.
WEDNESDAY Art Group—A self led group from 1-3pm, Cost $5 bring your supplies and project to this social group. Please phone Community House for details of Venue. THURSDAY Yoga –Every Thursday, Tutor: Val Tepper $10 (discounts apply, please ask at time of enrolment) 7.30pm—9pm FRIDAY Clinical Hypnotherapy/Counselling/Naturopathy—Alan Stubenraugh, Senior Practitioner provides a truly holistic and caring approach to personal issues and health. Appointments can be made through Community House.
Kids Music Group—Will be advised when recommencing.
Open Tuesday & Wednesday 10am—3pm Phone: 5780 2664 (For all bookings and enquires please phone the Flowerdale Community House)
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What’s on at your Community House?
Community Dinners—Adults $5, Children $3 and under 5 are free. Club bar opens at 6pm. Meals are from 6-8pm. We meet at the Recreation Reserve to enjoy a meal together, all welcome. . Please
Note: Community Dinners will be once a month, first Friday of the Month.
SATURDAY Quilting & Craft—First Saturday of each month from 10.30am-3.30pm Cost $5. Japanese Cookery—Will resume again when Hiroko is feeling better, we wish all the best with her recovery.
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN?
Life Drawing—If you would be interested in joining this class, please call the Community House to register your interest. Classes will be at 7pm in the evening (our tutor Lou will advise of date shortly). Cost $10. Flowerdale Seniors Group—Come in and help develop the exciting Calendar of events for the year of activities (anyone over 55 welcome to join). Come in on Tuesday mornings to help with planning with Trish, Max, Judy and Jan. Flowerdale Seniors Gardening Group—Drop in on Tuesday or please call Community House to register your interest. Physical range of including training, involved, charge. Activity Group—For over 55‟s an exciting classes are planned with Rickie Nuske Thi Chi, Yoga, Pilates, walking strength aerobics etc... Please come and get begins shortly and all sessions free of
SUNDAY Church—“Green Valley Church”, - Church is not like it used to be, come and check it out. 10am Flowerdale Hall every Sunday except Flowerdale Market day it is held at Flowerdale Primary School.
Community Bus—To use the community bus contact 0429801312 details. Op Shop—Call in and have a browse you may pick up a bargain. Volunteers are always needed so if you have a spare few hours please call the Community House. Flowerdale Food Share—Thanks to the ongoing partnership with Berry Street and the Victorian Food Bank. Phone or come and speak with Odette. Firewood—If you are in desperate need of firewood, please call the Community House. Annie on UGFM—Each Saturday Morning at 9.30am on 88.9/98.9UGFM. Annie gives the Flowerdale Report, “Good Morning Murrindindi” and has a wide listening audience.
Ladies & Mens Chainsaw Classes—Due to popular demand another series of workshops will commence shortly. |See flyer in this months edition for further information. Enormous thanks to Peter Auty. Please call Community to register your interest. Mens Cooking Classes—All Ages. Please call Community House to register your interest. Senior Youth Group Activities—Surf Clinic, Paint Ball/Skrmish & other Activities. Please call Community House to register your interest
COMMUNITY, AGENCY & EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBERS
Ambulance 000 Bee Swarm Removal 0400 337 556 Berry Street 5772 3383 Beyond Blue 1300 224 636 Bushfire Building Advice Line 1300 360 320 Bushfire Case Management Service 1800 050 400 CFA Emergency 000 Consumer Affairs Victoira 1300 558 181 DHS Child Protection 1800 650 227 (After Hours) 13 12 78 Flowerdale Hub 5780 2704 Dial Before you Dig 1100 Doctor—Yea 5736 0444 Direct Line—Drug & Alcohol Counselling 1800 888 236 Flowerdale Community Hall (Bookings) 5780 2027 Flowerdale Community House (Hall) 5780 2664 Flowerdale Hotel 5780 1230 Flowerdale Kindergarten 5780 2020 Flowerdale Primary School 5780 1264 Hazeldene Store 5780 1202 Green Valley Church—Flowerdale 0434 357 730 Griefline (12noon-Midnight) 9596 7799 Help for Wildlife 0417 380 687 Hospital—Yea 5736 0400 Housing for people with drug/alcohol issues 5784 5555 Insurance Ombudsman 1300 728 228 Kids Help Line 1800 551 800 Kinglake Ranges Neighbourhood House 5786 1301 Lands Titles 8636 2026 Lifeline 13 11 14 JP (Lyn Gunter) 5780 2382 (G Atkins) 5786 2038 (K Stewart) 5786 1557 Maternal & Child Health Emergency (AH) 1800 134 883 Mensline 1300 789 978 Mental Health Advice Line 1300 280 737 Mitchell Community Health Services 1300 773 352 Murrindindi Shire Council— Alexandra 5772 0333 Yea 5797 2209 Kinglake 5786 1522 Home Based Child Care 5772 0362 Aged Care Services 5772 0360 Local Law Emergencies * 0419 572 425 Engineering Emergencies * 0407 509 413 Local Law Enforcement 5772 0333 *These numbers must only be used in the case of an emergency. If matter is not urgent please contact MSC during office hours. Nurse-On-Call 1300 606 024 Office of Housing (Seymour DHS) 1800 680 694 Open Family Youth Outreach Worker 0417 160 598 Police—Kinglake 5786 1333 —Yea 5797 2630 —Emergency 000 Poisons Information 13 11 26 Red Cross REDiPlan 8327 7700 Regional Information & Advocacy Council 1800 221 944 Relationships Australia 1300 364 277 Rural Financial Counselling Service 5735 4342 Rural Housing Network 5735 2000 SES 13 25 00 TRU Energy Power Failure 13 17 99 Vet—Yea 5797 2333 —Whittlesea 9716 2495 Victorian Aids & Equipment Program 5832 2200 Vision Australia 5831 3555 Yea Community House 5797 3070 Wildlife Victoria 1300 094 535
FLOWERDALE COUNTRY FIRE AUTHORITY
Captain: Glenn Woods Station: 5780 2179 Meets: 7.30pm 1st Tuesday of Month Emergency: Training: 000
2nd & 4th Sunday of the month at 9am
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DEADLINE FOR FLOWERDALE FLYER AUGUST EDITION IS TUESDAY 21ST JULY 2011
Mobile Library Visits: Hazeldene Bus Stop—1.30 to 4.30pm 1st & 3rd Thursday of month. If you have internet access at home you can reserve books at the Yarra Plenty Regional Library website (www.yprl.vic.gov.au) and collect them from the Mobile Library.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO USETHE FLOWERDALE COMMUNITY BUS?????? For details & costs phone Annie Roberston 0429801312
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