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High School Canteen Roster
Starting time is 10am
Mon, Nov 10: H. Badran
Tues, Nov 11: T. Jaensch
Wed, Nov 12: D. Williams
Thurs, Nov 13: J. Phillips
Fri, Nov 14: J. Pearn
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Until Monday, November 14
Art work from Loxton High School's year 12
students will be housed Loxton Terrace Gallery
until November 14. Opening hours are 9am-
5pm weekdays, 9am-4pm on Saturdays and
10am-4pm on Sundays.
Tai chi classes at the Loxton CWA Hall from
11am until noon and 2pm until 3pm. Gold coin
donation. For more information call 8584 7823.
Tai chi classes at the Loxton CWA Hall from
7pm until 8pm. Gold coin donation. For more
information call 8584 7823.
Charity For All Bingo at the Loxton Club. Eyes
down at 7.30pm. For more info call 8584 7353.
Saturday, November 8
Loxton Neighbourhood Watch will hold a sausage
sizzle fundraiser in East Terrace from 9am to noon.
Sunday, November 16
A musical titled 'a carnival of animals' will be held
in St Albert's Church Hall at 2.30pm. For more
information, call 8584 4602.
Diary Dates is a free service and is not to be used
for advertising committee meetings or group agms
People can send their photographs -- along with their name and contact details -- via post to PO Box 352, Loxton 5333 or attach it in an email
(firstname.lastname@example.org). Alternatively, SD cards, USBs or printed photographs can be dropped into The Loxton News' East Terrace office.
THIS photograph of the sun setting amongst the smoke haze at Pata was snapped by Janice Burchell earlier this year.
FOR EXPERT CAR SERVICE ON
ALL MAKES AND MODELS
Bookpurnong Road, Loxton
Phone 8584 6124
you are at risk
Delilah Grace, daughter of Jean Thorpe and
Jai Anderson, of Loxton, was born at the
Loxton Hospital Complex on October 18.
Jaguars roll into East Terrace
Loxton hosted 40 jaguars and their owners
on the weekend as part of the 40th annual
Border Run event.
Jaguar owners from New South Wales, Victoria and
South Australia gathered for the event, which saw the
cars line East Terrace on Saturday morning.
The border run convenor Bob Kretschmer said the
group had a "wonderful time".
"Everybody in Loxton has just gone out of their
way to help us," he said.
"Everyone was wonderfully cooperative."
It was the group's second visit to Loxton, after they
did a run through the region in 2005.
Locals had the chance to see the jaguars on display
on Saturday morning in East Terrace, before the
group travelled to Banrock Station and other parts of
the region on Sunday.
Mr Kretschmer said locals had the chance to see
some "beautiful" cars over the weekend.
"There was a rare pair of drop head coupes," he
"There was also a 1937 SS 1.5 litre, which has been
The Jaguar owners stayed at the Loxton Hotel and
the Loxton Riverfront Holiday Park while in the
40 vintage Jaguars lined East Terrace on Saturday morning for the display,
as part of the annual 40th border run.
-- Sharon Casey photo
GENEROUS DONATION: Loxton Community
Centre secretary/treasuer Dean Nicolson presented
Riverview Lutheran Rest Home clinical nurse
consultant Irene Frangoulis with a cheque for
$2270.50 recently. The donation will go towards
the purchase of a niki pump, a device used to
deliver medication to palliative residents safe and
Locals are being urged
to join the Regional
(RDA) committees, with
a number of positions
Federal member for Barker,
Tony Pasin, said there were a
number of positions, including
chairperson, deputy chairperson
and committee places.
"We need people with the
skills, experience and knowl-
edge to build networks within the
business community, education
sector, local industry and all lev-
els of government to help drive
regional economic development,"
"Board members will work
with their communities to prog-
ress economic development and
infrastructure projects, which
have been identified as priorities
to support the long term eco-
nomic growth of regions."
Mr Pasin said the RDA is a
national network of boards made
up of local people volunteering
their time and energy to develop
solutions to local issues.
"Expressions of interest are
sought from community minded
individuals to volunteer as com-
munity advocates and make a
difference to our regional areas,"
"Community members with
commitment, strong leadership
skills and a vision for their region
are encouraged to submit expres-
sions of interest by next Monday,
Further information, including
an expression of interest form
and booklet, can be found at the
Calling for local leaders
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