The Border Watch : October 25th 2013
NEWS TIPS email@example.com NEWS 23 $200 REBATE STILL AVAILABLE conditions apply LOCALS TRUST ANSTEY! THE For more information and your nearest stockist Freecall 1800 241 341 12-14 Wireless Road East, Mount Gambier PRIMARY DANCERS: Caitlin Hitchon, Lucy Edwards, Keelie Neilson, Hailee Pearce, Lucy Seidel, Bailee Caldwell and Isabelle Bidese with adjudicator Gill Meincke from Melbourne. Highland dance on show Young performers compete in front of Mil Lel crowd THE South Eastern National Dancing Association’s annual Mil Lel Show competition was held on October 12 with adjudicator Gill Meincke from Melbourne. The results were as follows: Primary 4 and 5 years Highland Fling: Caitlin Hitchon 1. Pas de Basques: Lucy Seidel 1; Isabelle Bidese 2; Caitlin Hitchon 3. Pas de Basques and High Cuts: Lucy Seidel 1; Caitlin Hitchon 2; Isabelle Bidese 3. Primary 6 years Highland Fling, Pas de Basques and High Cuts: Lucy Edwards 1; Hailee Pearce 2; Bailee Caldwell 3; Keelie Neilson 4. Pas de Basques: Lucy Edwards 1; Keelie Neilson 2; Hailee Pearce 3; Bailee Caldwell 4. Sword Dance: Lucy Edwards 1;Hailee Pearce 2; Keelie Neilson 3. Beginners any age Highland Fling, Seann Truibhas: Georgia Seidel 1. Sword Dance, Scottish Lilt, Flora: Tulle Perryman 1. Premier 11 years and under Highland Fling, Flora: Ebony McDonald 1; Teagan Blok 2. Sword Dance, Barracks Johnnie, Scottish Lilt: Teagan Blok 1; Ebony McDonald 2. Aggregate: Teagan Blok Premier 12 to 14 years Highland Fling, Sword Dance, Barracks Johnnie, Scottish Lilt, Flora: Jelena Carpenter 1; Alex Quick 2; Aggregate: Jelena Carpenter Premier 15 years and over Highland Fling: Chloe Miller 1; Georgia Quick 2; Taylah McPartlan 3. Sword Dance: Georgia Quick 1; Taylah McPartlan 2. Barracks Johnnie: Chloe Miller 1; Taylah McPartlan 2; Georgia Quick 3. Scottish Lilt, Sailor’s Hornpipe: Georgia Quick 1; Chloe Miller 2; Taylah McPartlan 3. Aggregate: Chloe Miller Mount Gambier Farmers Market Local Produce For Local People World food day A local discussion on all things food WEDNESDAY 16 October was the celebration of the Food and Agriculture Organisation’s World Food Day with the topic of “Sustainable Food Systems for Food Security and Nutrition”. This year’s theme gives focus to understanding problems and solutions with distributing food. Currently there are approximately 842 million people worldwide chronically undernourished, 65 per cent of those in our Asia Pacifi c region. The FAO defi ne a food system being made up of the environment, people, institutions and processes by which agricultural products and produced, processed and brought to consumers. The aim of the World Food Day is to increase awareness of each aspect of food system to ensure sustainability of the future food supply and to those most in need, and an opportunity to explore options to help bring about a future we want. Here in our region we can focus on farmers’ markets as a sustainable food system, and support the future of producers supplying direct to consumers locally grown and fresh produce. Happy World Food Day to all – a chance for our community to contribute to sustainable food systems on a domestic scale. For further information and contributing to the Mount Gambier Farmers Market please contact our Committee via firstname.lastname@example.org or the Chair on 0428 594 306. AGGREGATE WINNERS: Jelena Carpenter, Chloe Miller and Teagan Blok with adjudicator Gill Meincke. LISA MCCUNE TEDDY TAHU RHODES CHRISTINE ANU MITCHELL BUTEL DECEMBER 2013 FOR A LIMITED SEASON FROM FESTIVAL THEATRE BOOK AT 1 131 246 “10/10…NOT TO BE MISSED” Sun Herald The Border Watch, Friday, October 25, 2013 - 23 BEST SERVICE! VALUE! ST BEST 629489 624549 ON SALE NOW!
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