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LOXTON HIGH SCHOOL
CANTEEN ASSISTANT MANAGER
Minimum 15 hours per week
TENURE OF APPOINTMENT
27TH JANUARY 2015 TO 26TH JANUARY 2020
Please contact Karen Milich for a
Job & Person Specifcation ph 85847339
Applications close at 4.30pm on
Monday 19th JANUARY 2015
Junior Shop Assistant
Casual position minimum 25 hours per week
Warners Fashions have an excellent opportunity for a
junior to commence a career.
Ideal for year 12's deferring from university.
This Position involves customer service, cash
handling, marking stock, cleaning and tidying.
Successful applicant needs to be outgoing, friendly
personality, enjoy meeting people, neat and tidy
Please present resume to the manager at Warners
Fashions East Terrace Loxton.
Application's close Friday 19th December.
District Council of Loxton Waikerie
Waste collection changes over
Christmas and New Years
Council wishes to advise that there will be no waste
collection service on 25th December 2014 (Christmas Day)
and 1st January 2015 (New Years day). Bins scheduled to be
collected on the 25th and 26th December 2014 and 1st and
2nd January 2015 will be collected a day later than usual.
Attention Taplan, Meribah, Paruna, Alawoona,
Pata and Wunkar residents.
Please be advised that there will be no waste collection
service on 25th December 2014 (Christmas Day). Your
recycling bin will be collected a day earlier on Wednesday
24th December 2014 along with your domestic waste bin.
Please ensure your bin is ready for collection by 7am and
left out until both bins are collected.
2015 residential kerbside collection calendars
Will be available for collection from the Loxton and Waikerie
Council office from January onwards.
For more information please contact Jenna Barry, Works
Administration Officer, on 8584 8000.
DIRECTOR INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES
service to Riverland
& Mallee customers
Phone 8584 7505 -- all hours
Panel Beating Spray Painting
Baked Enamel Finishes
Loan Car Major Chassis
and Body Repairs Private and
Insurance Work Spray Booth
Chassis straightening machine
24 hour tilt tray tow truck
• Sports injuries & orthotic
therapy • Foot posture related
symptoms • Routine podiatry
• Children's podiatry checks
• Footwear assessments
Loxton Physiotherapy Service
4 Henry Street, Loxton
Wednesday, January 21
Thursday, January 22
Friday, January 23
phone 8363 6576
1 Timor Street
Phone 8584 1372
Saturday December 20th
From 8am until 1pm
Raffle drawn at 12.30pm
Come and see and buy honey biscuits, cakes, and crafts.
Donations gratefully accepted.
Loxton Show Street Stall
Supporting Therese Eerden
- Mardi Gras Senior Ambassador
Home Support Workers
various shifts including weekends and evenings
Are you committed to making a di erence in the lives of older people?
Our Riverland Community Services Program, located in Loxton, helps older
people living locally in their own homes to maintain their independence.
Due to increasing client numbers we are seeking more Home Support
Workers for various Riverland Towns who share our passion for excellence
and our vision to deliver responsive services to older people.
Duties include assisting clients with daily living activities relating to their
personal well being, general household cleaning, management and
Successful candidates must be exible in their approach to working
hours, possess excellent communication skills and have a commitment to
respecting the value of our clients and their families.
It is essential that you have a current driver's licence and use of a reliable
and insured motor vehicle.
Applicants who hold Certi cate III in Community Services (Aged Care) will
be well regarded.
Resthaven o ers salary sacri ce options, a commitment to ongoing
development and a friendly and supportive team environment.
Enquiries to: Sandy Smith, Manager, T: 8584 5866
To apply: visit our website on www.resthaven.asn.au and click onto Careers
Applications close 9 January 2015
A job description is available on our website
Thursday December 18th
HALF PRICE DRINK SPECIALS
WE WILL BE RE-OPENING
5TH FEBRUARY 2015
We wish all
our customers a
with Free Christmas Pudding
with every meal
Final Night for 2014
Professional Graphic Design
and Copy Services
Ral Ral Avenue, Renmark
A slice of history
by Emma Walter
After being packed away in
a cupboard for years, a 60-
plus year-old saddlery set has
been given a new home at the
Loxton Historical Village.
Local woman Lynley Shannon
donated her riding boots and sad-
dle to the museum after discovering
them when cleaning out her home
The riding set was created by Albert
Klingberg in 1949-1950, "towards
the end of his time working in the
"I consider it a real honour that The
Village will be able to display these
items. It's wonderful to see them
come alive, rather than be hidden
away in a cupboard or kept in the bot-
tom of the wardrobe," she said.
"It's sad not to see them 'in action',
so I'm very glad that The Village
committee could see use in them.
"I hope it will give a lot of pleasure
to the visitors at The Village for many
years, just as it gave me pleasure to
use it all those years ago."
Mrs Shannon said she still had the
original saddle rug too and may even-
tually donate that for the display.
She said uncovering the items
brought back many fond memories
of riding her horse, Marigold, around
the property "doing the rounds of the
sheep each day".
"It was well-used and has had a lot
of work over the years. The harness
and stirrups were replaced over time
from wear and tear," she said.
"The memories I have of Marigold
I will hold dear.
"But, now is a chance for other
people to experience and enjoy what
The items have been installed on
Rick Moore's metal horse sculpture,
which has also been donated to the
Volunteer Melvin Fielke said the
saddle and boots were a "wonder-
ful" addition to The Village's display,
while the metal horse was sure to be
"an interesting sight" for visitors.
Lynley Shannon with the saddle, riding boots and accessories she
donated to the Loxton Historical Village recently. The items will be
displayed on Rick Moore's impressive horse sculpture, which has also
found a new home at the museum.
Field Days reaps rewards
More than 20
have shared in
over $30,000 after
participating in the
Field Days, it has
The sporting and
tions raised money via
many activities during
the two-day event in
car parking, food cater-
ing, drinks vans, waste
pick-up and other ser-
vices and activities.
"The Riverland Field
Days Committee has a
strong focus to support
tions, and is pleased
to see this amount of
money going back to
the community" said
"We are keen to
involve many commu-
nity groups at each field
day event, and will be
seeking expression of
interest from any club
or organisation for the
2015 Field Days, in the
CHRISTMAS CHEER: The Loxton Preschool spread some Christmas
joy amongst local businesses last week, dropping by with some
paintings as a way of wishing locals a happy festive period. Pictured
are local youngsters Kye Adams (left), Kati Bertram, Elise Cameron
and Eamon Cockshell.
-- Emma Walter photo
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