The Border Watch : October 22nd 2013
14 - The Border Watch, Tuesday, October 22, 2013 2013 MAYOR'S CHRISTMAS APPEAL LAUNCH AT THE MAIN CORNER ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT 1: Fiona Dixon from Gambier City Chemmart, Uniting Care s Beth McKay and Woodlands Grove Retirement Village resident Pat Jordan. 2: Emma and James Freemantle, Ashlyn Clark and Terasa Nearmy represented the Mount Gambier youth advisory group. 3: Mount Gambier deputy mayor Byron Harfield, John Williamson, Mount Gambier City Council chief executive Mark McShane and Charlie Miller show their support. 4: Gambier City Lions member Max Hellyer, Lions Club of Mount Gambier member Ross Parkinson and Lioness Club of Mount Gambier s Sue Parkinson. 5: Families SA representative Allen March presents Mount Gambier Mayor Steve Perryman with the first donation towards the 2013 Mayor s Christmas Appeal. 6: Mount Gambier Ladies Probus Club s Nelda Earl, Glenys Mitchell (Lioness Club of Mount Gambier), Patricia Reed and Betty Dukalskis. 7: Spencer and Sharon Buck from DJ Interiors caught up with Gambier City Chemmart s Fiona and Matthew Dixon. 8: St Vincent de Paul representative John D Souza, Woodlands Grove Retirement Village resident Ted Jordan and Barry Maney Group s Barry Stafford. 9: Mount Gambier Community RSL representatives Bob Sandow, Peter Bruhn and Lyndon Manser. 10: Mount Gambier Ladies Probus Club member Nelda Earl and Lioness Club of Mount Gambier s Glenys Mitchell. Pictures: SAM DOWDY 14 - The Border Watch Tuesday October 22 2013 2 1 3 4 5 7 9 10 8 6 The Border Watch encourages readers to submit photographs from events not covered by a Border Watch photographer Send photos and captions with name of the event to firstname.lastname@example.org Mount Gambier Mayor Steve Perryman launched this year s Mayor s Christmas Appeal at the Main Corner last week, with a target of $27,000 to assist agencies help people in need over the festive season. Cash and cheque donations can be paid at the Mount Gambier Civic Centre. Small change donations can also be made in donation tins throughout Centro Shopping Centre and around the city. Gift donations can also be placed under the Christmas tree at K-Mart, Target and the Main Corner or given directly to welfare agencies.
October 23rd 2013