The Border Watch : December 18th 2013
4 NEWS get your adrenaline pumping LASER SKIRMISH AGE 5+ Minimum 6 people per booking $20p/p LOONATIX PAINTBALL ADRENALINE ARENA AGE 10+ Minimum 6 players LOONATIX RECRUITMENT PACK 200 paintballs $40 RAMBO 500 Paintballs + 1 Gr MAYHEM 800 Paintballs + 1 Gr aintballs + 1 Grenade $100 aintballs + 1 Grenade $135 INGLORIOUS BASTARDS 1000 Paintballs +2 Gr FULL FULL METAL J AL ACKET 2000 Paintballs + 3 Gr cheapest entertainment in the limestone coast CONTACT US aintballs +2 Grenades $170 aintballs + 3 Grenades $299 Includes: entry to park • 1..5 hr 5 hrs game play • Camo overalls, camo paint & gun alls, camo paint & gun get your adrenaline pumping VISIT US ONLINE borderwatch.com.au Timber partnership set to foster growth Plantation company launches grants program ONEFORTYONE Plantations has announced that it will deliver a package of grants for communities in the Limestone Coast. 49 Penola Road, Tarpeena SA 5277 0400 162 631 • (08) 8739 6363 • www.loonatix.org In a partnership with Stand Like Stone Foundation, OneFortyOne will provide $20,000 a year for a three year period to charitable projects aimed at developing sustainability within Limestone Coast communities. $130 Ph: 08 8724 9006 2 BELTS FOR * OneFortyOne secured the harvesting rights to the South Australian Government’s Green Triangle plantation estate in 2012, with ForestrySA being contracted to manage the forests under their direction. “OneFortyOne Plantations values being a responsible member of the community,” chief operating offi cer Owen Trumper said. “A thriving, vibrant and resilient community is important for the success of our business and the well-being of the people who work in our forests.” He said OneFortyOne was pleased to be supporting efforts of organisations working to enrich communities where it operates. The OneFortyOne Community Capacity Building Grants will be fi rst offered in February 2014, with applications invited from around the Limestone Coast for charitable projects of $5000 and up to a maximum of $20,000. Funding may be phased over three years for larger applications. Projects must have a charitable benefi t and will be assessed on their ability to grow communities and progress them towards self-sustainability. Stand Like Stone chairperson Sue Charlton said the foundation board was excited about the new funding opportunity. “The partnership has the potential to help countless people in the Limestone Coast both now and in the future,” she said. “Large grants such as this are usually open to much wider competition and extremely diffi cult to secure. “This program is earmarked for the benefi t of our region and will enable Limestone Coast communities to build capacity and create sustainability. “It is an injection into the heart of our communities and the gift that keeps on giving.” *Conditions apply. See in store for details. While stocks last. 3a Commercial Street West, Mt Gambier (next to NAB) ’ TUESDAY DECEMBER 31ST GATES OPEN AT 5PM Vansittart Park Mount Gambier GETTING MESSY: The team from Harvey World Travel Mount Gambier recently took part in the Multiple Sclerosis mud run in Adelaide. THE team from Harvey World Travel Mount Gambier recently enjoyed a short but memorable journey of their own when they took part in the Bernie Lewis Multiple Sclerosis Mud Run in Adelaide. Over 3000 people participated in the 4km muddy obstacle course on December R A PLUS jumping castles, kids gym, go karts, GIANT slide bungy run, merry go round, painting tent, face painters circus activities, bucking bull, sand pit, GIANT games RIOT CITY WRESTLERS TIX: $5 Adults Kids U15 Concession Card Holders tickets available at the gate on NYE $10 Families Food stalls Full catering $30 No parking inside oval • No BYO alcohol • ID required for bar service • No pets • Kids must be accompanied by an adult Feel free to bring along rugs, chairs and picnic baskets, though plenty of yummy local food will be available d ly d a n L G Charity hits pay dirt with major mud run challenge standard of living. 1, raising money for people in South Australia and the Northern Territory living with multiple sclerosis. The money raised will go towards the MS Choice Awards, which are awarded to people living with MS to help them follow their dreams, change their life or improve their The Harvey Mud Muckers set a fundraising goal of $1000 and raised $2130. Fundraising activities included a barbecue at Masters, a movie fundraising night and generous donations from customers, family and friends. Unprovoked attack claim POLICE have charged a 20-year-old man from Mount Gambier with aggravated assault. The suspect was in a shared care facility in Parkholme, Adelaide, when he allegedly assaulted the victim, an 18-year-old man, by hitting and punching him after 10pm on September 16. KFC • Trident Tyre Centre • Henri Post Jewellers • Galpins Accountants • K & S Freighters The Border Watch • Mount Gambier Property Management • Kimberly Clark • Gambier Print AMP • UFS Chemist• North Gambier Sportsmens Club • DeGaris Lawyers • She’s Apples 4 - The Border Watch, Wednesday, December 18, 2013 A DIVISION OF THE PARAPLEGIC AND QUADRIPLEGIC ASSOCIATION OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA INC. SHOP 5 & 6 RIPLEY ARCADE, MOUNT GAMBIER. PHONE 08 8723 3788 636461 The assault is believed to have been unprovoked and caused minor injuries to the vicitim. The man will appear in court at a later date. 636438 636069 637073 FIREWORKS at 9.15pm & Platinum Plus Adelaide Band midnight 2013 F T E r e S R f r C MAYFAIR SINGERS The Sweet Sensations Streamlyne Circus Elements The Blue Lake Pipe Band Katy Slattery O p x e C H I I n i e T H S P n e i F I S A r u o A c TM e T d e e s . . . C . t o m f f e a a t n s d a . . . . .
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