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Around 175 ‘Probians’
from across the Mallee,
Riverland and Sunraysia
packed the Loxton Sporting
Club to celebrate Friendship
Day on Monday.
The event was hosted by mem-
bers of the Loxton men’s and
ladies Probus clubs, and is the
result of 10 months of planning.
Attendees were treated to a
full-day program of entertainment
which included performances by
Loxton High School’s Barbershop
Quartet and the Loxton Men’s
Probus Club Singers.
Alan McKinnon, aided by a
band of singers, greeted visitors
with a special song about Loxton.
A skit by the Loxton Ladies
Probus Club was well received,
drawing plenty of laughs.
Friendship Day also served as
a promotion of Loxton and the
region, with attendees treated to
a pack of Ausnat Fruits “goodies”
on their departure and a viewing
of a Riverland DVD.
The event was supported via a
$1400 Loxton Waikerie Council
Friendship Day attendees are entertained by the Loxton Men’s Probus Club Singers at Monday’s event,
which was held at the Loxton Sporting Club.
Emma Walter photos
Doreen Linke performing in the Ladies Probus Club skit.
Addison Susan Goodes, daughter of Allen
Goodes and Crystal Davis, of Loxton, was
born at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital,
in Adelaide, on September 6.
At the Loxton Netball
night on Friday were
A3 team mates (from
left) Megan Hill, Paula
Hicks and Emily
Enjoying the Loxton Netball Club trophy presentations at the Loxton Sporting Club on
Friday were team mates (from left), back: Grace Baker and Ally Gum. Front: Chloe
Warrick, Elissa Unferdorben and Carlee Nitschke.
Netballers Anne Hahn (left), Kate Westbrook, Michelle Pannell and Mel Loxton enjoyed a
night out at the Loxton Sporting Club for the Loxton Netball Club’s best and fairest trophy
presentations on Friday night.
LOXTON NET, SET, GO’S 2014
SEASON WRAP-UP: Pictured (from
left), back: coaches Megan Frost, Jayne
Ferber, Julie Raggett and Michelle
Pannell. Third row: Mia Bagley, Arabella
Pannell, Lila Arnold, Lilla Pannell, Holly
Paull, Darcy Lawson, Grace Kaesler,
Charlie Thomas, Summer Smith and
Bailey Hahn. Middle: Lisa-Marie Perre,
Olivia Pfeiler, Tiarna Flight, Ruby
Altschwagger, Melanie Payne, Trilby
Freeman, Jemma Pankhurst, Kenzie
Grose and Shivarni Blaser. Front:
Saskia Gibbs, Imogen Drogemuller,
Kendal Schutz, Lisa Freeman, Emily
Raggett, Lily Ferber, Trinity Nitschke
and Amelie Arnold. Absent: Ava
Knowling, Tess Pankhurst, Ava Lange,
Abbey Hughes, Tess Hansen, Averyall
Kershaw, Zoe Reichstein and Kira
– Deb Lidgerwood photo
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