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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
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CONNIE Hopper snapped this spectacular photograph of the riverfront near Rilli's Reserve before Easter, making the
comment "who is getting ready for camping?".
Works by Loxton artist Kerry Servin, including
many portraits, will be on display in the Terrace
Gallery, housed in the Loxton Visitor Information
Centre. Open from 9am-5pm weekdays,
9am-4pm Saturdays and 10am-4pm Sundays
and Public Holidays (closed on Good Friday).
Friday, April 17
Loxton RSL Anzac Day dinner. Sherries from
6.30pm. Guest speakers are Wendy Matson
and Joel McDonough. Tickets are $25 per
person, available by calling Chris Botting on
0418 851 270.
Saturday, April 18
Loxton Aero Club Fly-In at the Loxton Airfield.
Gates open at 9am until 5pm. Helicopter rides
available, fully catered and a guest speaker will
be attending. Gold coin donation.
Saturday, April 25
Loxton RSL Anzac Day dawn service is being
held at the Cross of Sacrifice on the corner of
Kokoda and Tobruk Terrace at 5.45am for a
Loxton Hotel's free Anzac Day luncheon for
local returned service men and women, East
Terrace, Loxton. For more information and
bookings call 8584 7266.
Mantung's Anzac Day dawn service will com-
mence at 6.15am. Complimentary tea and
coffee is available before the service, with
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Portraits of well-
are currently on
display at the Loxton
The works of Loxton
artist Kerry Servin are part
of an exhibition which
will be open until the end
of this month.
Among the people cap-
tured are Bella Lavender's
Mario Centofanti and
Darren 'Chook' Letton,
from Glenview Poultry.
Ms Servin said there was
also a portrait of Probian
and community member
Mel Guyatt, "someone
many would recognise as
having taught them music
many years ago".
The Terrace Gallery,
housed in the Loxton
Visitor Information Centre,
is open from 9am-5pm
Saturdays and 10am-4pm
Some of Kerry Servin's
artworks currently being
exhibited at the Loxton
Terrace Gallery. Pictured
(above) are portraits of Bella
Lavender's Mario Centofanti
and Darren 'Chook' Letton,
from Glenview Poultry.
Exhibition shows face value
Young locals are
invited to a National
Youth Week event
being held in Barmera
the Berri Barmera
Council (BBC), and the
have partnered up to
organise a day of skate-
board lessons and
The event, which is part
of thousands of Australia-
wide events being held to
celebrate young people,
will include a free barbe-
cue lunch and prize give-
aways for skaters and
rience is not necessary
to attend and for those
who do not have a skate-
board of their own, there
will be boards available
for loan on the day,"
said BBC community
The skateboard youth
week event will be held
at the Barmera skate
park on Saturday, April
18, from 10.30am to
For more information
contact Rebecca Flack
at headspace Berri on
8582 4422, or visit the
headspace website (head
Locals are being encouraged to put
on their most colourful clothes, grab
their golf set, and tee-off for a good
cause this month.
The Lions Club of Loxton is holding the
nine-hole ambrose golf day to raise funds for
the Childhood Cancer Research Foundation.
"Teams of three players are sought to have
a great fun day and help a very worthy cause,"
said an event spokesperson.
"A barbecue will be included in the entry
cost of $25 per player and drinks will be avail-
able on course during play.
"Dress up in colourful outfits and win a team
prize for the best judged team and, individual.
"If people don't play golf and would like to
support us, just come along and enjoy the bar-
becue for $10 and sit on the deck."
The event is being held at the Loxton Golf
Club on Sunday, April 26, at 9am for a 9.30am
For more information email the Loxton Golf
Free Youth Week Skate Event Golf day for good cause
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