Items filtered by date: November 2019
DISTINGUISHED service certificates were presented to several Maitland and District Lions Club members recently.
REMEMBRANCE Day is a significant day for Kadina Memorial School, which memorialises locals who have served in the armed forces.
CRUISE ship Vasco da Gama’s visits to Wallaroo on December 7, December 18 and January 3 were the topic of guest speaker Lynn Spurling at the Moonta and District Probus Club meeting on Monday, November 4.
KAREN Lee Dance Academy will present its 24th concert Dressed for Success this Saturday, November 23.
FARMERS willing to change their practices and place greater emphasis on soil health will be able to reduce their reliance on synthetic inputs and develop more resilient farming systems.
TOMORROW is a catastrophic fire danger day for Yorke Peninsula, the highest rating possible, and it comes after locals have already dealt with several fires this month.
AMERICAN series Days of our Lives has been on television screens for more than 50 years and last week, there were whispers the soap opera had finally run out of time.
GEOFF Phillips’ views (YPCT Your View 12-11-19) make interesting reading.
CLUB members have asked me to thank the staff of the Yorke Peninsula Country Times for their wonderful support in keeping our achievements for the community highlighted in the paper and assisting our membership drive. Your continuing support is invaluable and appreciated by every single member.