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Blarney July 2016 - Shire of Beverley
BEVERLEY
BLARNEY
www.beverley.wa.gov.au
Edition 381
July 2016
No Charge
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President Report – July 2016
Beverley Water Harvesting Launch
On Friday 10 June 2016 the Hon Mia Davies MLA, Minister for Water; Sport and
Recreation; Forestry (and Member for Central Wheatbelt) officiated the launch of
Beverley’s Water Harvesting Project.
Whilst Council has long considered the benefit of such a proposal, its path to realisation was finally
achieved following the formation of a committee of interested community members, success in securing
a Department of Water grant for $100,000, the Shires engagement of a Development Officer to assist
with projects that provide long term benefit for the community, and Council’s financial and in-kind
support through the budgetary process.
Congratulations to all involved, and thankyou to the many community members who attended the
launch.
The Minister also made an announcement that the Beverley P&C and School had been successful with
their application to the Department of Water Community Water Supply Program and would be receiving
a grant of $98,000 toward water harvesting at the school!
Road Works
Maintenance grading has been occurring on Edison Mill, Dale Bin North, Dobaderry, Kokedin, Kiera, Dale
Kokeby and Walgy roads and the shoulders have been graded on the Top Beverley Rd. Work has been
undertaken on a section of Morbinning Rd reconstructing shoulders with extra gravel and gravel
sheeting will commence on Nicholas St (road to rubbish dump) in preparation for proposed bituminizing
in 16/17.
Age Friendly Community Plan
Work on developing an Age Friendly Community Plan for Beverley is due to commence. This is
supported by a successful Department of Local Government Grant and once completed will assist in
future planning for our community including relevant grant applications.
Bus Stop Relocation – Date to be Advised
A date for relocation of the Transwa bus stop from Elizabeth St to Council Rd is yet to be advised. The
cement pad at the new location has been extended to support universal access and accommodate a
new shelter, which will be installed in the near future.
Beverley Heroic – 08/09 October 2016 – save the date!
The 2016 Beverley Heroic cycling event was recently announced as one of the successful applicants
from the 16/17 round of Regional Events Scheme. In its third year the event is increasing in popularity,
bringing many visitors to Beverley and the Avon Valley. Volunteering to help, participating in an event,
or coming along over the weekend are all ways you can be involved. Save the date – 08/09 October
2016. www.theheroic.com.au
Dee Ridgway
Shire President
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COMMUNITY GRANTS
Does your incorporated
organisation have a project that
needs some extra financial help?
Application packages will be
available from the Shire office
from 01 July 2016 with
submissions closing on 02 August
2016.
1. Minor Community Grant funding
of less than $1,000 with no
matching funds from applicant.
2.Community Grant funding
between $1,000 & $5,000 50%
matching funds from applicant.
Only one (1) application per
financial
year
for
financial
assistance from a Community
Grant will be considered per
organisation.
Community organisations may
apply for Minor Grants in each of
the funding rounds, however,
each grant must be for a separate
project. (Where an organisation
applies for more than one Minor
Grant they must prioritise their
applications).
Please contact the CDO at the
Shire of Beverley for further
information about this
grant funding.
T: 9646 1200
E: [email protected]
BEVERLEY
PHOTOGRAPHY GROUP
Our next workshop will be a
creative and inspiring afternoon
on Sunday 24 July and
will be held at the CRC.
Come along for a fun afternoon.
Contact Colleen Sleer
P |0408 319 022
E | [email protected]
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BEVERLEY’STRADINGPOST
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Anythingconsidered.
Phone:0437285969
SHIRE OF BEVERLEY
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
The Shire of Beverley wishes to remind residents who occupy a property
within the Beverley townsite of the following Local Health Law:
Roosters, Geese, Turkeys, Peafowl’s and Gamebirds
5.4.4 (1) An occupier of premises within a townsite that is not zoned
’Rural Residential’, ‘Rural Townsite’, ’Special Rural’ or ’Farming’, shall not
without the written approval of the Council, keep or permit to be kept on
those premises, any one or more of the following fowl a)
A rooster;
b)
A goose or gander;
c)
A turkey
d)
A peacock or peahen;
e)
A gamebird (includes emus and ostriches)
(2)
The Council may upon written application, grant approval with or
without conditions to the owner or occupier of premises to keep
any one or more birds as specified in subsection (1) of this section.
(3)
A person who has been granted approval under this Section to
keep a bird may keep the bird on the premises only while he is the
occupier thereof.
(4)
The Council may revoke an approval granted under this Section if it
is of the opinion that the keeping of the birds specified in the
approval is causing a nuisance or is injurious offensive or
dangerous to health.
ACTIVESMART UPDATE
The registration period for the
Activesmart program has now
closed.
The Shire of Beverley is pleased to
confirm that 224 people have
registered and will be receiving their
welcome packs in the mail during
the week of 04 to 11 July. Maybe
you can take advantage of the
discounted membership offered to
all new members of the gym. Maybe
you could attend Line Dancing or
Stay On Your Feet at the Town Hall.
Maybe you could start training for
the Beverley Heroic or Town Ride
scheduled for October.
The possibilities for increasing your
daily level of physical activity are
numerous. Start thinking about the
goals you will set during your first
coaching call due to begin on the 11
July.
Go on. Get out and get ACTIVE.
Penalties may apply for non-compliance
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Real Estate 2016 Rural Ambassador Finalist
AUCTION On site Friday 22nd July 2016 at 11am 2 Lukin Street, Beverley ZONED RESIDENTIAL 2.49 Acres Solid 3 bedroom home Commercial style workshop For Auc on Par culars and Special Condi ons contact Michelle Allardyce 0417 934 938 Phil Eaton 0409 684 229 Office 9622 6000 Property ID 9316386 eldersnortham.com.au Above: Tracey (mum) and Jess
The Royal Agricultural Society of WA
runs the Rural Ambassador, which is
recognises
outstanding
young
community members (aged 20 - 30
years) of smaller country towns.
This annual competition showcases
the next generation of rural leaders
who have the desire to represent
and promote their community,
region and state.
Successful entrants are given the
opportunity
to
meet
and
network
with
like
minded
representatives from around the
state, the country and the
Commonwealth.
Candidates from Beverley, Toodyay
and Northam Agricultural Societies
competed in Beverley on Saturday
25 June. Beverley candidate, Jessica
Fleay is passionate about keeping
young women in the country and
how we can make this accessible
and more appealing. After the
speeches
and
interviews,
congratulations must go to Jess, the
2016 winner of Central Group Rural
Ambassador.
On Saturday 20 August Jess will
head to Perth to compete against
the winners from the other regional
areas such as: Eastern, Mid West,
Great Southern and South West
districts.
The Beverley Agricultural Society
members, family, friends and the
community thanks Jess for her
contributions thus far and wishes
her the best of luck at the finals.
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Homebuilt Electric Prototype Vehicle Achieves 2.8 wH/km (3000 km/L) Efficiency: At the age of 22, James Hill, a University student from Perth, “We tested the car without the code and it wasn’t nearly as Western Australia and young entrepreneur at Bloom of St efficient as before, so all in all – the efficiency is coming from Catherine’s College, has designed six electric vehicles (EV) and our unique code developed by Pete. I give him the is on the cusp of a victory with the latest Quark EV 2016 specifica ons for the features and he develops the so ware. Currently on the Quark, the F1 style steering wheel is fi ed prototype. with 144 combina ons featuring 12 bu ons and 12 modes,” In 2009, James formed Coulomb Motorsport with his brother James said. Coulomb Motorsports achievements to date Peter, and working through an itera ve design process, each include the build of three ultra‐light weight electric motor‐
new vehicle has been an improvement on the last and they bikes for the Hunter Valley EV Prize compe on by the Tom are now poised to a empt to break a World Record with their Farnell Ins tute for Environment, earning 2 third place posi‐
ons in the annual latest inven on. compe on, a Pole posi on and the lap record. “We have designed a drivetrain that is right up there with the top universi es in the world, based on the Shell There is no doubt that electric vehicles are the future and that Eco‐Marathon, considered the gold standard of fuel compelling advances which demonstrate the ability of current efficiency challenges. We’re almost ready to commercialise ba ery technology could bring that future here sooner than this for specialised vehicle applica ons but we’re not ready for we think. the mainstream just yet”, James said. 
We achieve 180km on a single electric bike ba ery “All of the data that comes from the motor controller, passes charge, cos ng 13 cents, this is the most recent result through our custom Main Control Unit and is sent wirelessly to (in the ar cle above it men ons 75km/charge). our F1‐style steering wheel, whilst also controlling 
We have a top speed of 90kph but usually average 45 accelera on interpre ng the thro le in the most efficient way kph. possible. We’ve kept everything lightweight so that the en re 
The car is our 6th car and 9th vehicle as we have built 3 motor controller unit, steering wheel and motor assembly only electrically powered bikes as well for a compe on weighs 4.2 kilos, less than a Magic Pie 3 – the most commonly over East. used hub motor,” he said. 
Electric car 21/06/2016 ranked number in the world for efficiency. Coulomb Motorsport is now looking to a empt to beat the 
Distance of travel for cost equivalent of 1 litre of petrol current record for the furthest distance travelled on a single is 3,005kms. ba ery charge (1631.5 km), set by a team of German 
The motor in the car is around the diameter of a DVD engineers with the Schluckspecht EV in 2011. In 2015, Tesla disc and about 30mm wide. set a record for a produc on EV at 728.7 kilometers but the 
The weight of the motor is 450 grams. aim in this upcoming record a empt is to travel twice as far Maximum power is 3hp or 2.23 kilowa s. with 6.6 percent of the ba ery capacity. They are 
Cornering ability to date has been 1.8G and currently working on obtaining sponsorship to load the Quark 

The motor is 95% efficient. with 20 kilos of ba eries to drive 1700kms on a single electrical charge. James would like to thank the Men's Shed men and the school “If we could break the current record this will prove the for their enthusiasm, hospitality and interest. efficiency and robustness of our drivetrain and help kick‐start our commercialisa on. We have even had German engineers Further informa on, www.coulombmotorsport.com contac ng us via our YouTube channel asking us for the so ware code to use in their electric bikes. Above: Coulomb Motorsport homebuilt electric vehicle Above: Local Men’s Shed enjoying a Tuesday morning demo and talk. www.beverley.wa.gov.au
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It’s so nice to see the lovely green
country side that surrounds our
beautiful town. Last month the open
weekends
saw
quite
a
few
visitors venture out to Avondale and everyone seems to fall in love with
the place. The drive trail has been very popular with a lot of people
especially those from the city who get to see the ewes and lambs up
close. Our very interesting variety of chickens in the animals nursery is
also another place where young kids have come to realise that
chickens come in all shapes and sizes. The animal nursery is slowly
getting a makeover and will with fingers crossed that it will be fox proof
by the time I have finished.
I have been lucky to have Section 95 come out and give me hand over
the past month, Peter Smithers and his crew from Wooroloo Prison have
been a massive asset in helping me get those big jobs done. Both
Robbie and Comet seem to enjoy the extra apples the boys bring they
always seem to put on that please feed us look and once again people
fall for it.
Next month at Avondale the NTWA and AFPA will host a Volunteer Day,
on this day we will aim to have a busy bee in the Avondale Bush reserve.
See attached flyer on page 31 of this Blarney edition and around town
for more details.
Over the past couple of months my ever so awesome sidekick Mitch Kerr
has had to give up working on the
Clydesdales due to her ever so busy
schedule. Mitch will still be involved with
AFPA where possible, her time with the boys
has had to be cut back. Both Comet and
especially Robbie have come a long way with
Mitch’s guidance and skills, and all that she’s
taught both horses. It is here I say a
MASSIVE THANK YOU from not just the
horses but myself and AFPA for all you have
done with these two Clydesdales. Mitch’s
time and effort has not gone unnoticed the
many hours that she has spent on these
boys has made a difference. If you bump
into Mitch in town please give her a hug and
a thanks I’m sure she will appreciate it.
Photo above: Mitch Kerr and her other love “Robbie”
COMMUNITYNOTICES
KnittingandSewingDay
Weknitsquaresintorugs.Scarves
andbeaniesfortheneedy.
Where:StMary’sChurchHall
When:Wednesday06July
Time:9.30am‐3.00pm
Soupwillbeprovided.
Formoreinformationcall96461193.
***********
GoldenOldiesLuncheon
OnTuesday05JulytheGoldenOld‐
iesluncheontobeheldattheRSL
hall.
Pastandpresentmembersofthe
gardenclubareallinvited
andwouldbewelcome.
ForcateringpurposesadviseDalene
Natway
Furniture &
Constructions
ABN: 62 824 726 465
Wayne & Natalie
Ashworth
Qualified
Carpenter & Joiner
Tradesman
General Building Work
Furniture Construction
& Restoration
27 Brooking Street,
Beverley
Phone:
08 9646 0159
Mobile: 0417 973 415
(Wayne)
Mobile: 0429 491 039
(Natalie)
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THE BLUE LINE
Beverley Police Station
57 Hunt Road, Beverley WA 6304 [email protected]
Hello Everyone, My name is Karen Berry and I have recently taken up the posi on as the Officer‐In‐Charge of Beverley Police Sta on. I have previously worked in Beverley in a relieving capacity, however, I am here now for a minimum of two years. While it is early days yet, I have made a concerted effort to get out and about amongst the community to meet and greet with as many business owners and people as possible. In the short few weeks I’ve been here we have dropped into all the businesses in the main street and had the pleasure of a ending the Men’s Shed and the Beverley Pre‐primary. On Thursday 7 July 2016 we will be in the main street hos ng a display along with people from our Community Engagement office; we will be encouraging you to sign up to our electronic newsle er eWatch. eWatch is an email based system that keeps you connected to your local police and council so that you can help to track down crime and be proac ve in making your community safer. Join eWatch to receive regular email updates on local crime trends and sta s cs, safety ini a ves, emerging issues and community building events. Beverley CRC have kindly offered to host ‘Coffee with a Copper’ on Wednesday 13 July – details are s ll being finalised so keep an eye out for further informa on/details. I encourage you to drop in for a coffee and a chat, I would love to meet you. We will also have a display at the Beverley Show this year, so if I haven’t met you by then, please introduce yourself. While we are very much in the middle of the winter weather, we are also hoping to host an open day here at the sta on, perhaps early in spring, I will keep you posted. As you can probably tell, I am very keen to get you to talk to us, your police, so that we have our finger on the pulse of the Beverley community and address any concerns you may have and nip any issues in the bud before they become a problem. This can only happen with honest and open communica on. If you recall my mo o from previous ar cles “If you see something, say something.” Report suspicious behaviour and incidents; you can call us direct on 9646 3333 or Crime Stoppers any me of the day/night on 1800 333 000. Working together as a community helps to make your neighbourhood, safer, more secure and vibrant for all who share it. Community interac on is a shared responsibility that has proven posi ve effects on building a safer community, preven ng crime and developing community spirit. Take care, stay safe. Sergeant Karen Berry.
Beverley Police Station
Located at 57 Hunt Road, Beverley
Phone: 9646 3333
Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000
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Beverley Water
Harvest Committee
Update
The Beverley Water Harvesting
Committee would like to thank the
Department of Water for the grant
for the Water Harvesting project. We
congratulate the Beverley Shire
Council on the implementation of the
Beverley town Water Harvesting
project stage one. The Committee
would also like to acknowledge the
on ground works provided by the
Beverley Shire workers and the local
contractors input into the works.
We encourage members of the
community to take the opportunity
to drive by the Edwards Street and
John Street sites and view the
works.
The Beverley Water Harvesting
Committee encourage members of
the community to offer constructive
ideas and interests for the Water
Harvesting Project.
You may provide those comments to
Harvey Morrell, 0427 235 681 or
Jethro Sleer, 0429 552 560. If any
community members think they have
constructive ideas and expertise we
would like you to join the committee
to help improve the water harvesting
assets of our town.
We congratulate the Beverley District
High School, Parents and Citizens
Association and the administration
staff who have been successful in
their application for a Storm Water
grant. This grant will go toward
providing water that helps reduce
the cost of maintaining the grounds
of one of the largest assets in town,
the School.
All of the water harvesting projects
will reduce the cost of water needed
to maintain the parks and gardens
and any excess will provide water for
standpipes and roadworks.
BLOCK MAINTENANCE Do you need your fire breaks maintained, block mowed or ploughed? If so please contact Tom 0419 945 240 or Jenny 0427 686 020. www.beverley.wa.gov.au
Bookkeeping 4U2
“Let us mind your business” MYOB
Data Management Accounts Payable and Receivable Bank Reconciliations Payroll/Superannuation Word Processing Mail Merging Excel Spreadsheets Ring 0419197139 or email [email protected] Beverley Blarney, Edition 381 – July 2016
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During the first week of June the
Garden Club enjoyed an outing to the
metropolitan district. Sixteen hardy
members braved the wet and cold
weather and car pooled to Perth. A
short meeting was held at a coffee
house in Mundaring and then our
members proceeded to Guildford to
hit the shops and nurseries.
We lunched in Guildford and then
visited a native plant nursery in the
Hills. The weather was kind to us
and, although cold we missed the rain.
We enjoyed ourselves immensely.
The club has started on our display for
the Beverley Show and we are
working on it in Colleen’s shed every
Friday.
July is our ‘Golden Oldies Luncheon’
which, this year, will be held at the
RSL hall on the first Tuesday of the
month. Younger members wait on the
treasured older members and their
friends. We all enjoy this annual
event.
Have you noticed all the roses around
the district? The good rains have
delivered a plethora of blooms in
most gardens. Keep up the dead
heading and feeding to set your
bushes up.
Vegie gardens are producing well and
progressive planting will keep them
coming.
This is the time to plant asparagus and
to separate artichokes and plant the
pups. These are both perennials and
rewarding to grow.
Garlic is another one and can be put
in now.
Gardeners should be aware that a frost
could occur any day now and you
need protection for vulnerable plants.
The garden club welcomes new
members and any enquiries may be
made to the Secretary Dalene Davies
on 9646 0800.
Happy gardening everyone.
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L – R: Kathryn McLean Shire CDO, Hon Mia Davies MLA,
Dee Ridgway Shire President, Geoff Edwards 1951 cyclist
York
Dental
Surgery
Now located at the York Wellness Centre (Old Primary School) 6 Howick St York
Opening Hours: Mon, Tues, Wed: 8.30am – 4.30pm
Thurs: 8.30am- 12noon
Dental surgeon Dr John Fenn has provided comprehensive dental care in York for over eighteen years.
With forty years of dental experience you can be assured of a professional high quality
service as well as providing friendly and gentle patient care.
Come in and see John, Sue and Julie.
Experience our new rooms and the benefits of friendly, gentle and proficient dental care.
To arrange an appointment please phone: 9641 2925
or email: [email protected]
Follow us on: www.facebook.com/yorkdentalWA
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E-WA Rotary Club News!
No it’s not an over ripe fruit RYPEN is the acronym for “Rotary Youth Programme of Enrichment” and Local Bruce Rock
Teenager “Jordan Mollenoyux” has just completed the three day event held in Serpentine.
Jordan was one of 43 participants and 10 facilitators who made the three day event one of the largest in recent times.
According to Jordan (15) she was blown away by the almost “Family Like” environment and couldn’t say enough on how
much the three days has had an impact on her. RYPEN is designed around the 14 – 17 year age group and focuses on providing leadership skills. Jordan expressed how
amazed she was at the friendliness and team spirit that developed in such a short time. “We were set up into groups of five and
given tasks and exercises that stretched our initiative and communication skills, but I cannot give too much away as the
content and the actual tasks are kept confidential so as not to spoil it for those who are yet to attend this great event” Jordan
went on to say she couldn’t recommend strongly enough to other teenagers how much they could benefit from attending, “We
discussed world issues, learnt about planning and trust all done using real life situations and giving us the opportunity to come
up with ways we would handle them. It was FANTASTIC! I’m so glad I went and I’d encourage any other teenagers to get in
touch with their local Rotary club and get on the list! It has given me another way of looking at not only my school life but
everything! I’d like to really thank the E-WA Rotary club for sponsoring me to attend” Jordan said when addressing the E-WA
Rotary club on a live online video meeting held recently.
E-WA Rotary is the first online Rotary club in WA appealing to those in more remote areas as it provides all the benefits of a
traditional club with the added advantage of being able to participate in the community as a
Rotarian and attend to meetings and other business from the comfort of their own home via
the internet. E-WA president-elect (next year’s president) is also a Bruce Rock Local
“Alison Lockwood” Ms Lockwood said “The club is very new but already boasts 20 +
members, a big difference we are finding is that a lot of younger people are attracted now as
this method of communication appeals to them more than having to physically go to a
meeting in a pub or club room, and they too can be involved in this well-known
organisation doing good within their own communities. This represents a great opportunity
for all residents in the Wheatbelt
If
you
would
like
E-WA
Rotary
club
[email protected]
more
drop
information
on
Alison
an
either
email,
RYPEN
Casual Field Technicians DAFWA
Cooke Rd, Dale WA 6304
Description
We are seeking casual employees to assist with hand tagging (with a tape
gun) and hand harvesting of wheat and barley plants for our Australian
National Frost Project site in Dale (west of Beverley). The casual
employees would be required to arrange their own transport to the trial
site located off the Beverley Westdale Road ~ 25km west of Beverley /
45km south of York and be available to work on Tuesdays and
Wednesdays.
We require people who are generally fit, able and willing to tag and
harvest plants under supervision in the field at the frost trial site. The
casual employees would be paid on a timesheet as a Level 1 Technical
Officer @ $17 to $28/hour depending on age (17 to 21+ years of age).
Work commences from Tuesday 26th of July until November 2016.
~ 15-20 hours per week every Tuesday and Wednesday.
Applications close 26th August 2016
Contact
Nathan Height | Technical Officer
Grains Industry - Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia
3 Baron-Hay Court, South Perth, WA, 6151
ph: 08 9368 3903 | m: 0408 785 988
email: [email protected]
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or
the
Jordan Mollenoyux, from
Bruce Rock
Beverley Historical Society
We had a good attendance at our last
meeting, with only three apologies.
Our field trip went very well. It was a nice
day weather wise and everyone enjoyed
the outing. We visited a grave, East
Beverley, Balkuling, Jacob’s Well and
Toapin Weir. Thanks to Erica for doing
the itinerary; to Di for organising and
driving the bus (it made for a much
better day) and to Morag for her
contribution. Special thanks go to Neil for
helping with the itinerary and for his
knowledge and stories. It added more
interest to the day, for the full report of
the day go to page 16 - 17 of this Blarney
edition.
Can anyone help with information on the
property called ‘Ethelvale’. It still remains
a mystery. Where was ‘Ethelvale’? Who
owned the property. Was or is it in the
Beverley Shire or in a neighbouring
district or elsewhere in the state. We
would really appreciate any help we can
get.
The next meeting of the Historical
Society will be held at the Dead Finish
Museum on Monday 11 July at 2pm.
Gail Alabach - Hon. Secretary
Email: [email protected]
www.beverley.wa.gov.au
132 Vincent Street
PO Box 310, Beverley
P | 08 9646 1600
E | [email protected]
www.beverleycrc.net
Upcoming Events at your CRC
Monday 11 July
School Holidays Desserts Cooking Class
CRC Membership
Friday 05 August
Jeans for Genes Day at CRC
Merchandise available at the centre
Basic - $5
Voting rights at general meetings, annual newsletter
and entry to a yearly raffle.
Individual - $25
Basic membership entitlements, 5 hours of internet
access and 2 hours of training / support
Community Group - $40
Basic membership entitlements, 10% discount on
printing, Free website listing on beverleycrc.net and
beverleywa.com and 2 hours of training / assistance
Business - $65
Basic membership entitlements, 10% discount on the
Beverley Community Directory advertising, 10%
discount on training, Free website listing on
beverleycrc.net and beverleywa.com, Free networking
events
Friday 12 August
MY GOV - DIGI Event
Department of Human Services
Renewals will be posted out soon to our existing
members. Application forms are available at the
reception counter.
To all Incorporated bodies in the community who would
like some assistance in updating their constitutions to
include the amendments under the revised Act.
Please contact the CRC to arrange a meeting time.
BUSINESS MEMBERS
Wednesday 13 July
Coffee with a Copper
Sunday 24 July
Beverley Photography Club
Creativity Workshop
Thursday 28 July
Final day of ancestry.com club
www.beverley.wa.gov.au
We have a GREAT opportunity with a guest speaker
coming to teach you the tricks of the trade of how to
maximise your merchandise. Register now.
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One stitch at a time is a sure way to create
beautiful quilts along with much dedication and
commitment.
Amanda began her current project at the
beginning of last year and while she has
completed other quilts and projects along the
way she continues to return to her beautiful
Baltimore patterned quilt.
Amanda’s quilt has been taken from a Karen
Cunningham design featuring a replica of a
wreath block originally made in the 1860s which
the designer has called The Jester.
Canasta - Samba
If you are interested please come along
to the CWA hall on Saturday afternoons
at 1.00pm. Enquiries 9646 0457
The center of the quilt will have four repeats of
the block shown in the photo, then surrounded
by two boarders, the inner boarder is machined
triangles and the outer boarder will be appliquéd
panels.
The patterns are appliquéd. Every piece is traced
onto kitchen paper which is ironed onto the
fabric, cut out leaving extra for a hem and the
edges fold under before being blind hemmed, by
hand onto the back ground fabric. The finished
quilt is 80” square so there is a lot of work to do.
The second photo shows the beginning details of
the outer boarder.
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CWA -Country Women’s Association, Beverley Branch
Yes again I stress not just a cup of tea and a scone and boring meetings. C.W.A. BEVERLEY HAS A NEW FOCUS.
At our May get together we looked at the country of Croatia, we spent some time with a getting to know you theme.
The stories of our childhood backgrounds was an eye opener quite a bit of fun.
Colleen Mearns presented to us “Shoes Boxes Christmas Child” - what a worthy cause. Shoe boxes are put together
for the Asian children, north of Australia. They only receive one in a lifetime, imagine only receiving one Christmas
gift in your lifetime, it is so sad when you think of our utter indulgence.
The outcome, can we have craft days to make and put the shoe boxes together, YES…..YES……YES…..
How can you contribute?
Items to put in Shoe Boxes we focus on 4, 9 and 14yr olds boys and girls.
Girls: Skirts, dresses, shorts, tops and underwear. Boys: Shorts, tops and underwear.
If you like shopping, general items such as: Small soft toys, colouring books, pencils, sharpeners, erasers, note
books, marbles, puzzles and balls. Toiletries: Soap, toothbrushes, brushes and combs.
If you would like to donate or make any of these thanks thanks thanks.
It costs $10 postage for each Shoe Box if you would like to help there thanks thanks thanks.
On Wednesday 08 June was our first craft day, four ladies came along and put together 14 garments and what a
pleasant time we spent together. The CWA are providing a venue to make and pack these shoe boxes under the
guidance of Colleen Mearns. The days set aside are the second and fourth Wednesday of the month from 10.00 am.
Anyone who has sewing skills or a heart for these children may come and enjoy a pleasant day together doing for
others, “Warm Hugs Day”. Think about it and see what Beverley can do.
On 15 June it was our High Tea and Music Day and what a treat that was? A great day was had by all and a special
thanks must go to Rebekah and Cayden Grul. What a beautiful family with an amazing talent on the harp and violin.
Tammin treated us to a beautiful International day, A big thanks to the Tammin branch. In July we have the State
Conference month, followed by Friendship Day in August. Look out for that event, we will keep you posted.
Will catch up again in July.
Cheers Glenda.
Lyme Disease Association of Australia
What is Lyme disease?
Lyme disease is an infection caused by a bacteria known as Borrelia. The bacteria, a spirochete, is transmitted when an
individual is bitten by a vector e.g. tick. Lyme disease can impact many bodily systems and organs and can in some cases mimic
other illnesses e.g. Lupus. As well as giving people Lyme Disease, the ticks often also transmit other diseases (co-infections).
Like syphilis, Borrelia is a great imitator.
The clinical symptoms of chronic, stage 3 Lyme Borreliosis can imitate many chronic diseases
including motor neurone disease, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s,
fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome.
These chronic diseases are on the rise for reasons unknown. The Nobel Prize laureate Luc
Montagnier has stated “chronic diseases = chronic infections” as an increasing number of scientific
articles present, the evidence is building.
Borreliosis has a myriad of symptoms. These symptoms can start a week after a tick bite or much later, and include
sinusitis, stiff neck, sweat attacks, muscle twitches, muscle weakness, involuntary jerking of limbs, arthritis,
Bell’s palsy, cramps, paralysis, depression, brain fog, insomnia, balance problems, light sensitivity, noise sensitivity,
optic neuritis, nerve conduction defects, numbness, ECG (cardiac conduction) abnormalities, swallowing difficulties,
tinnitus and more.
It can also be asymptomatic (no symptoms), the major determinants being the load and type of bacteria present and the
immune status of the individual.
For a summary of the signs and symptoms of Lyme borreliosis go to www.karlmcmanusfoundation.org
A symptom assessment form and monitoring chart is also available.
Taken from Karl McManus Foundation newsletter. With thanks.
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men and communities to take
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This program’s primary role is
community education on men’s
holistic wellbeing.
This is delivered in three ways:
1.
Warrior Education Sessions;
2.
Fast Track Pit Stop;
3.
Advocacy.
The RMHI emphasis is on men’s
holistic wellbeing and health, which
means the whole person and
understanding problems/issues in the
context of life. When we consider
the individual we believe we are
more than just physical and mental
beings, the often neglected element
is our “social/spiritual” wellbeing.
We promote the requirement that it
is important to know and understand
the story behind our identity and
what it is that makes us an
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Modern Western Medicine is too
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The “human factor” can get lost in
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It has been said to me in the past
that the definition of a good
accountant is, “they get to know the
people in the business”; this is no
different to the functioning of a good
doctor or specialist. In the work we
do this is obvious, especially in the
case of both the diagnosis and
marketing of mental health issues.
We talk about “situational distress”,
which is the space between being
well and being diagnosed with a
mental illness. Quite often we fail to
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realize that most mental illnesses
start from situations that are
unresolved in our lives. Sometimes
we have to allow people, in
particular blokes, to be in this space
which is about people having a
“normal reaction to an abnormal
event”.
Often men know the issues but we
don’t want to show ourselves as the
“only one” with a problem. Men in
particular struggle because we think
we are failing, rather than realizing
we are battling issues beyond our
making and/or control. A lot of the
time it is about giving blokes
permission and pointing blokes in
the right direction to seek the best
medical advice the can.
Blokes are warriors and that winning
and macho attitude is very prevalent
which often inhibits help seeking
behaviour and can contribute to
delays in men getting to the doctors.
In regional areas the distance factor
and lack of services also plays a role.
Our slogan “…before it all gets too
much…Talk to a Mate!!” is the basis
of all our initiatives. Mateship,
empathy and appropriate use of
humour is the key to connectedness
in our programs and presentations.
We don’t do health assessment but
we do health awareness, which is
quite often the missing link.
For more information you can
contact The Regional Men’s Health
Initiative.
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Beverley Playgroup
We are a fun place for babies and children aged 0‐4 years old to come and meet new friends, learn from each other, problem solve, play with new toys and equipment, prac se their social skills and learn the meaning of ‘share’. It’s not all about the children though, it’s great for the adults to socialise, share ps and enjoy a cuppa as well. We are always welcoming new members. You are en tled to 3 free sessions before joining as a member. Children don’t have to be brought in by a parent, it can be a grandparent, aunt etc. New members are always welcome!! Busy Busy Busy…
We have been busy li le children ge ng our art and cra crea ons started for our show mural which will be on display in the Exhibi on Shed at the Beverley Agricultural show in August. If you would like your child to have a cra on the mural come down to Playgroup on Thursday mornings. Busy Bee.. Watch this space for a busy bee date coming soon, the commi ee have been working very hard drawing up plans and ge ng quotes ready to start our outdoor play area for the children, adding in a bike path a sandpit and a shed. Keep an eye out for a call for volunteers. Singing and dancing…
A big big Playgroup THANKYOU to Megan and Nick Jacobs for providing us with a wonderful morning of songs and dancing! We will defiantly be booking in your musical talents again. The children and parents thoroughly enjoyed it. CBH Grain Donations…
Whilst we have se led in nicely at the school, there is a long list of things we s ll need to do, such as; erec ng an outdoor shed to store all the outdoor toys and equipment, a sandpit, a bike path, playground equipment… the list goes on! The Playgroup commi ee have been ac vely fundraising for these with raffles, a cake stall and catering for 5 different events. We would be most grateful for any grain dona ons to add to our fundraising. How to donate grain to Beverley Playgroup: 
Log into CBH Loadnet 
Hover the Nomina on on the blue menu bar 
Click on Donate in the drop down 
Choose the required account number and season from the drop down box 
Choose the relevant commodity and zone from the drop down box 
Select Beverley Playgroup #40410524 
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Nominate grain If you would like any assistance with this, please contact Kelly Mann 9690 2989. PLAYGROUP SESSION DETAILS
Every Thursday morning from 9.30am to 11.30 am (closed for school and public holidays)  Located at the MOASH Building at the Beverley School (Lennard St)  For any child aged 0‐4 years old  Bring a piece of fruit to share, hat and sunscreen  $4 per family per week (for coffee/tea, cra ac vi es etc…)  Annual Fees: Concession card: $15 insurance + $5 rental contribu on Other: $30 insurance + $5 rental contribu on  More info call Hollie on 0409 299 089  Or find us on Facebook: facebook.com/BeverleyPlaygroupWA 28
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Rehabilitation at Avondale bushland reserve
Sarah Gosney from consultancy
Wandoo Environmental has been
contracted by the National Trust to
manage acquittal of a State NRM
grant for Avondale Discovery Farm.
Key tasks for this Grant include
managing the acquittal of the
$14,000 grant that was applied for
back in September 2016, Sarah’s
tasks will include liaising with
stakeholders and to co-ordinate
volunteer and in-kind support.
The
grant
outputs
include,
photo-point monitoring, feral animal
control, an updated fauna survey,
installation of new gates and the
mending of fencing, weed control,
revegetation,
look
into
the
installation of cages and the use of
Elliott traps with the guidance of
infrared camera traps; and place
nesting boxes within the reserve
and habitat installation
Farm warden Mon has undertaking
some baiting but at present it is on
hold due to the lambing season.
The impact has been difficult to
quantify as the reserve gates are left
open to allow movement of
kangaroos in and out.
The grant will fund fauna monitoring
with installation of camera traps,
cages and additional fox bait to help
maintain a more definitive estimate
of the quantity of native and
introduced animals within the
reserve at any one time. Baiting and
trapping will continue after lambing
season. To help reduce the feral cat
population along with fox control.
Fence inspections are regularly
conducted and have identified areas
where repair is needed.
New
reserve gates have been installed
and vermin proofed. It is proposed
that fence repairs are undertaken by
volunteers on a planned community
day on 16 July. The work will
include cutting fallen branches that
are resting on the fence; reattaching
skirting layers; add missing skirting
to an area on the eastern boundary,
and pegging skirting and filling holes
dug under the fence.
It is also proposed that habitat within
the reserve be improved through the
installation of nesting boxes and
creation of habitat in the form of logs
etc. along the walk trail path. Fallen
log habitats can be created by
securely stacking a pile of sturdy
branches together near the base of
a tree or near rock piles that are
naturally occurring.
Photo points have been established
to monitor progress of the reserve
rehabilitation that was carried out
back in early 2014. Recent photos
show that previous revegetation
appears to have been successful
along
the
majority
of
the
north-western border.
The
ultimate
goal
of
the
revegetation is to protect the interior
part of the reserve from seed blown
in from the neighbouring farmlands.
New plantings will be understory
and ground cover plants along the
north-western border and within
bare patches along the southern
border.
Beginning a seedbank with collected
seed from the reserve as well as a
herbarium to document plant
species would be a good start to
developing
independent
seed
propagation for the reserve and the
use of a building on site is being
investigated for this purpose in the
future.
A revegetation plan is currently
being created to follow on from work
already
undertaken
and
to
ensure retention of the conservation
values of the bushland into the
future. Weed spraying has been
undertaken prior to the community
day when volunteers are needed to
help with the proposed planting.
Bonfire piles have been created
within the reserve as the quantity of
dry wood is a dangerous fire risk.
The current weather conditions have
made lighting difficult. Planting trials
will need to be run on the burnt
areas. A controlled burn that will
successfully avoid both the priority 4
flora and the Jam trees (acacia
accuminata) has been surveyed. It
would remove a very large quantity
of dead wood from the reserve and
encourage recruitment of dormant
seed within the seed bank. When
weather and ground conditions are
ideal, DFES and the Emergency
response team from Beverley have
agreed to help with a prescribed
burn.
A community day will be held at
Avondale on 16 July with assistance
from the National Trust, Avondale
Farm Project Association, Beverley
Naturalist Club and Men of the
Trees.
If you are interested in
helping out for some or all of the
day, please contact Sarah Gosney
on
0423
252
845
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Valenti Lawyers will be at the Quairading Community
Resource Centre on Wednesday, 27 July 2016 from
10.00am to 5.00pm to take instructions in relation to
estate and succession planning, property and
commercial matters.
Any person wishing to obtain advice in any of these
matters should contact our Kim Valenti's personal
assistant, Simone Poor, on (08) 9224 6222 to arrange an
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News from
Beverley RSL
INDOOR MARKETS
Beverley RSL Hall
The next RSL Indoor Market is on
Saturday 02 July 9am-12 noon.
New sellers welcome $6 per table.
There will be a Sausage Sizzle.
Call Irene on 9646 0470.
********
RSL Membership Renewals
are due.
Service Membership applies to
personal who have served in the
ADF or any Commonwealth Force.
Affiliate Membership is open to
non-service
people
from
our
community. If a family member
whether it is a Grandfather,
Grandmother, Uncle or Aunt or even
your parents who served during the
Wars you are welcome to join the
Beverley RSL Sub Branch.
Contact Elaine McCasker on
9646 0005.
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Annual General Meeting
The Beverley RSL Sub Branch AGM
is on the 10 August 2016 at the RSL
Hall located at 50 Forrest Street
starting at 6:30pm.
All Positions declared vacant.
Current members welcome to come
and if you want to join come along to
the night.
********
Save the Date
Vietnam Veteran’s Day
Thursday 18 August 2016
The Beverley RSL Sub Branch will
be holding a Flag Ceremony at
11:00am
at
the
Cenotaph,
commemorating 50 Years Since The
Battle of Long Tan.
Later on at 5:30pm the Beverley
RSL Sub Branch will be having a
sundowner. A sausage sizzle will be
available for a gold coin donation
and a cash bar will be open from
5:30 to 8.30pm.
So come down and join us to
commemorate the 50 years since
The Battle of Long Tan.
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Station Gallery & Platform Theatre News
If you have ventured into the Station these past few weeks you will have noticed
some progress commenced on the old carriage exterior. This has been a long time
ambition of Haydn Rayner, to oversee the restoration of the carriage that his late
wife Ann had instigated so long ago. As is often the case, with work commitments
and ill health prevailing, the time has slipped by but now, just past the 6th
anniversary of Ann’s death, the time seems right. To help Haydn is our ever
handyman Barry Knight and you will find them hard at it every Thursday. Thank you
both, we are very grateful for this ongoing commitment. If anyone else would like to
join them, or maybe just take them a cuppa, with an encouraging word, please don’t
hesitate.
Station Gallery
Due to electrical power outage in most of the town on the morning of the 16 June,
the Book Launch by Kelly Newton-Wordsworth that was to be held at the CRC was
relocated to the Gallery where lights and power points were still working. About a
dozen attended the launch where some lively and interesting discussion arose.
It’s been a quieter month at the Station for most the committee, but with the
cancellation of the intended artist for June, our coordinator Marylou advertised for
short-stay artists and then had a busy time fitting all the applicants in as there
were so many! Thanks Marylou.
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Artist-in-Residence
The first artists for the month were Hazel Moore (left) and Sandy
Robertson (below), and their paintings as were hanging in the gallery
(below right). They were joined for two nights by Hazel’s sister-in-law
Jenny, also an artist. Hazel and Jenny aren’t newcomers to town as Jenny
and
her
husband John have a house in Dawson St where Hazel’s son Steve now
lives. It’s a wonder that any artwork was accomplished at all during the
week with interruptions like Station Singers’ practice, electrical blackouts
and a book launch amongst the usual visiting tourists, but they insisted
they had a great time and met so many lovely people whom they thank so
much for making them so welcome. They also spoke of the accommodation
being so nice, comfortable and convenient, and would have happily stayed
longer with time to run workshops.
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Lesley Austin from Mandurah was the next artist to cover the weekend 23 to the 26 June. Inspired by
nature and natural forms, her paintings of realistic birds and impressionistic flowers and landscapes are
exquisite.
The first weekend in July will see Kathy Allam at the Station. Kathy is a painter and sculptor whose artistic
practice explores the repurposing and revaluing of items commonly discarded. She has exhibited in numerous
exhibitions, the most notable being at Sculptures by the Sea, Cottesloe from 2011 to 2014 and Bondi in 2013.
On 06 – the 9 July Susan Payne plus three others from the WA Watercolour Society will be at the Gallery
with an exhibition of their works so please call in to view their painting during gallery hours or if the sign is
out on the pavement.
Arriving July 12 is Dr Myer Taub who was to return for a two month stay mid-June, bringing with him three
other artists, but due to work and travel constraints the time has now been shortened to just one month.
Dr. Myer Taub is a lecturer in the Drama Department at the University of Pretoria, South Africa, where he
teaches a variety of courses in the theatre and performance studies programs. His research scope includes
areas such as Performance as Research (PaR), identity, performance as intervention and artistic practice
within the theme of garbage and waste. He is a core researcher in the Capitol Cities Project, based at the
University of Pretoria and a research leader in the Social Life of Waste Art, (SLOW) network based in the
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Southern African region. His international network includes being part a member of the PaR Working Group
based within the International Federation of Theatre Research. Outside of the university he actively works in
areas such as theatre making, live art - performance projects situated in museums and heritage sites and
places concerned with the environmental humanities.
He is will be based at the Beverley Arts Station from July 13 where he will be working on several art
performance projects with themes associated with treasure, presence and collaboration.
He will also be bringing along to Beverley during his residency tenure at Beverley several Australian and South
African artists including Andrew Lamprecht from the Michaelis School of the Arts who in in collaboration with
Dr. Myer Taub, has been exploring the intersection of performance, fantastical fiction, fine art and the
nature of historicity in a series of deeply researched performances in South Africa over the last decade. The
opportunity to extend this art-esearch in Beverley will allow the work to break the bounds of a South African
context and highlight links that exist between the two countries.
Additionally, the type of site-specific performance that will be produced aims to open up new and different
modes of fine art per formative practice, embedded in an understanding and exploration of the local landscape
and drawing in collaborators from both South Africa and Australia.
Professor Alain Said
Professor Alain Said, originally from the University of
Talagashee, New Zealand now based in Cape Town is an
independent scholar in art history and artefact will present
some of his seminal findings on the relationship between
Ley-Lines, Charles Darwin, the Occult, UFOs and The Holy
Grail at the Beverley Town Hall, Shire of Beverley, Western
Australia on Friday 29th and Saturday 30th July. (Time to be
confirmed.)
For all information on residencies check with Artist in Residence
Coordinator Marylou Hutchinson on 9647 1027 / 0427 085 511 or
email: [email protected]
Artists in Residence Programme 2016
July: Kathy Allam – WA; Susan Payne plus 3 others from WA Watercolour Soc.; Dr Myer Taub – South Africa
August: Dr Myer Taub – Pretoria, South Africa; Sue Brooke Roberton - WA
September: Paul Amyes - WA
October: Alan Pickering - WA
November: Mat Vaughn - Victoria
December: Marlish Glory – WA
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Beverley Station Singers
The Station Singers get together in June was mainly practicing for the Voice Moves Choir Bash in Riverton on
Sunday 03 July. Coming performances are the Beverley Show on Saturday 20 August, the Voice Moves
Beverley Choir Bash on Saturday 10th September, and the Dunsborough Songfest Friday 11 - Sunday 13
November, and the Beverley Community Christmas Concert Saturday 17 December.
The next get-together to practice for all these events is at 7pm on Wednesday 20 July.
Kelly Newton Wordsworth directs the group on a monthly basis ($35pp to be paid up-front 3 monthly, or $50
per session). Anyone interested in joining the singing group contact Tracey Fleay- Mob: 0409 481 029 or
E: [email protected]
Platform Theatre The Platform Theatre is in recess till September. To open next season will be the annual Voice Moves Choir
Bash on the afternoon of Saturday 10 September 2016.
If any community group is looking to raise funds please keep it in mind that the Platform Theatre is available
for events such as movie nights. With just a minimal hire cost of screen and projector, it makes for an easy
fundraiser.
If you would like to be included on the email list for notification of coming events (so you can forward to friends), email secretary Sarah
Miller [email protected] Beverley Station Arts Membership
It’s time for membership renewal! See membership form in this edition of the Blarney. To become a member of Beverley Station Arts Inc
(Friend of the Station) please see Treasurer Pauline at the Newsagency, phone 96461142. Membership forms can also be downloaded from
www.beverleywa.com (NB cheques to be made payable to Beverley Station Arts) and send to PO Box 112, Beverley 6304.
The Station garden is available for public use at any time, just open the gates and enjoy!
Station Gallery Open Hours
(CLOSED TILL FURTHER NOTICE)
Jenny Broun, President, Beverley Station Arts: 9646 1500 / 0419 040 063 / [email protected]
Reg: 3941
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6.00 – 10.00 Monday Breakfast - Bob
10.00 – 1.00 Mustang Sally - Susan
1.00 – 4.00 Folk/Swingin’ Jazz Club - Peter
4.00 – 7.00 Celtic Note - Joe
7.00 – 10.00 Classical Sounds - Chris
TUESDAY
6.00 – 9.00 Tuesday Breakfast - Bob
9.00 - 12.00Around The World – Leila
12.00 - 3.00Country Roads – Joe
3.00 – 6.00 Rocking on the Avon - Denni
WEDNESDAY
6.00 – 9.00 Good Morning - Tess
9.00 – 1.00 A Little Bit of Everything - Joe
1.00 – 4.00 Potpourri – Peter
7.00 – 9:00 Back to the Future – Frank
THURSDAY
6.00 – 9.00 On The Upbeat - Rhonda
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CATHOLIC CHURCH
Service in Beverley
8:00 am every Sunday at
Beverley Sacred Heart Church
Lukin Street, Beverley
THE RELIGIOUS
SOCIETY OF FRIENDS
(QUAKERS)
Beverley Friends Meeting
Old Catholic School Rooms
Dempster Street
Sunday 10:30am Meeting for Worship
For more information & enquiries
phone 9646 0575.
BEVERLEY
CHRISTIAN
FELLOWSHIP
Bible study
Monday evening at 7.30pm
followed by supper and a time
of caring and sharing fellowship
place alternating homes
Visiting Pastor from independent
ministries
SWOT (South West Outreach Team)
1st Wednesday of the month
10.00am
Place 16 Barnsley Street, Beverley
Enquiries
9646 0282 or 9646 0546
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Meet 1st and 3rd
Saturday of each month
meeting at 3.30pm
Fellowship meal at 6.00pm
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Beverley
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BEVERLEY CHILD HEALTH CLINIC
Clinic is open Fridays for appointments, home visits
and/or immunisations 9am to 4pm.
For appointments or enquiries please phone the
hospital on 9646 3200 or 0427 901 321.
LISA WAY — Child Health Nurse
PRIMARY HEALTH SERVICES
available to the community of Beverley
You can refer yourself or your child to the following health professionals:
Child Health Nurse - Phone 9646 3200 to make an appointment, Hospital
Admin Staff will assist you in setting an appointment time (attendance
Fridays).
Child / School Health – 9646 1210
Dietetics – 9690 1320
Occupational Therapy - 0429 466 224
Physiotherapy – a Doctors referral is required – Please send to PO Box
142, Beverley or drop referral to the Beverley Hospital (attendance
Thursdays)
Podiatry – a Doctors referral is required Please send to PO Box 142,
Beverley or drop referral to the Beverley Hospital (attendance Fridays) **
Social Work – Phone 9690 1320
Speech Pathology – Phone 9690 1321
 Services are provided at the Primary Health Building, on the corner of
John and Forrest Streets, Beverley. There may be a waiting time for
services.
 These services are provided by WA Country Health Service and are free
of charge. (Please note that the Podiatry Service is a private practice and
is not free of charge - there is a fee at first consultation but the WACHS/
Beverley Health Service do not get involved in taking fee payments – only
assisting at receiving the referrals for appointment. The Doctor’s referrals
are usually faxed to the service provider, Como Podiatry, who contact the
patient by phone and make an appointment).
 If you have any concerns about your own health or your child’s health and
development, please phone the relevant health professional to discuss
your concerns. Alternatively, you can speak to the Child Health or School
Health Nurse, or your GP, to discuss your concerns and to determine the
most appropriate referral.
Avon & Central Primary Health - Promoting Healthy Lifestyles
The Church of
United Spiritualism
All types All areas Please contact Rev Irene
on 9646 0470 for details.
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Beverley IT
Making IT Simpler
Free Windows 10 upgrade expires July The limited‐ me free upgrade offer to Windows 10 ends 29 July 2016. Windows 10 will be con nuously upgraded from now on. This offer only applies to Windows 7 and 8. This offer is not available for Windows Vista, XP or earlier opera ng systems. See my ar cle in the February Blarney for more details. Backups It is now more than ever cri cal that you do regular backups of your files. Backups are the only protec on from catastrophic PC failure, your own mistakes, and the files or overwrite files. worst effects of a severe virus a ack. What and When to Backup You do not need to back up everything on your PC. The Why Backup system files and programs can always be restored from PC Hard Drive Failure: Hard drive failure is common (I’ve within the PC or from the Internet. However, it is had 6 fail but always have backups). Files may be important to back up all the user files for all users of the recoverable from a failed hard drive but this is not PC. Otherwise this informa on cannot be recovered if it guaranteed, and inspec on and recovery will cost more is not backed up. than $1000. On my current PC the hard drive failed when Regular backups on an external drive are the only way to guarantee not losing your files. I recommend it was only 9 months old. backing‐up at least once a week – you never know when Crypto Viruses: A PC can be infected with a Crypto virus, something will go wrong. For a business consider backing
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S
unday 12 June saw the Beverley Districts
Motorcycle Club host the second WAMX
Junior State Championship Round. It was a
jam packed program with 33 motos to cram
in starting at sun up all the way through to sun down.
The track was in tip top condition thanks to a
dedicated committee with competitors coming from as
far as Carnarvon to compete. Competitors were
definitely not disappointed with the local track and many praised the club for the smooth running and well
organised day of events. Many thanks go to MXWA for giving Beverley the chance to host such an outstanding
event. Thanks also to those extra helpers on the day, without your additional help it is what made the day for us
such a smooth running event.
For leader board results for the junior state round competition and other information head to:
http://www.perthmx.com/wamx-junior-state-round-bursts-into-the-avon-valley/ for the full story. The
BDMC are ever so lucky to have such a dedicated committee who put in many hours and give up their non
racing weekends to make sure that the Beverley track is in top condition and of such high standard. Without
Anthony Fiaschi, Greg Offer, Bob Vanderlaan, Debbie Clements, committee and crew the track would not be of such
excellent condition. I am pretty sure all club members, spectators and riders wish to thank you all for your ongoing
support that you give to the club. Without these people Beverley Districts Motorcycle Club would not be what it is
today.
Beverley Districts Motorcycle Club are constantly seeking to improve the way the club is run from its very strict rider
safety standards to improving the canteen facilities to making sure all flaggies are safe and out of the
weather on race days.
Our next Go Moto day is on July 17 and so far from the interest from riders looks to be another successful day.
Spectator entry on Go Moto and Ulinga Cup race days is free to all spectators with the club having a fully
operational canteen and a spectator viewing platform, it’s a great way to watch an afternoon of motocross action in
Beverley. Also a huge thank you to Hotel Beverley who has been our ongoing supporter for many years John
Maxwell and his team your hospitality and support has always been outstanding.
FLAGGIES WANTED!!
In order for our riders to race safely we require flaggies at every race meeting. Flaggies will be paid $75 CASH and
looked after with lunch as well. If you are interested in Flagging please call Mon on 0474 105 242 for details, No
experience necessary the only condition is that you must be over 16 years old to flag.
Up and coming Race meetings for the 2016 season:
21 August
(Ulinga Cup Rd 3)
17 July
(Go Moto 3)
11 September
(Go Moto 4)
02 October
(Go Moto 5)
23 October (Ulinga Cup 4
& Trophy Day)
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BRIDGE - Card Game
If you would like to come along and
enjoy a game of bridge.
We welcome all new members to
join us.
WHEN: Mondays
TIME: 1.00pm
WHERE: CWA Hall
www.beverley.wa.gov.au
LADIES GOLF
Wednesday 25 May Maxine Wa s Trophy Second Silver Spoon, Int Bowl and Pu ng Compe ons. Winner‐ Marg Peck 78ne Runner‐up‐ Yvonne Hobbs 79ne Nearest to pins won by Val Moir and Jane Murray Friday 27 May –Tammin Open Day‐ Four ladies went to Tammin. Glenys Collins and Jane Murray came second on a countback from the winners in the gross division for the day. Yvonne won nearest to pin and Jane won a raffle ‐ a plant. Wednesday 01 June Wundowie Open Day‐ 5 ladies went to Wundowie, this could be their last open day due to there not being many ladies at Wundowie, but we hope not. Marg Peck won the day on 39 pts, well done Marg, we can’t even do that on our course. Sera won lucky card drawn by Marg and she also won a raffle ‐ hamper. Yvonne won a golf ball. Maxine, Heather and Anne played golf at home that day and had a bit of fun. Wednesday 08 June ‐ Gingin Open day Glenys went to Gingin on her own and then went to Moore River for a bit of R&R with Ron. The rest of us played Stableford for Club Trophy and Monthly Medal. Winner‐ Sera Minchin 33 pts Runner‐up‐ Marg Peck 31pts Longest Pu ‐ Marg Friday 10 June ‐ Brookton Open Day Three Ladies went to Brookton we all had played with great people and enjoyed the food but unfortunately we couldn’t bring home anything to talk about. Wednesday 22 June ‐ Club Trophy Winner – Yvonne Hobbs 29 pts Runner‐up‐ Maxine Wa s 28 pts Both Pins were won by Glenys Collins Hopefully soon one of us ladies will cream the course and do something great to their handicap because at the moment we are finding the way very hard but enjoying our golf anyway.
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Saturday 28 May Beverley v York Jetz
The second home game for the girls was a tough game. A fantastic
local crowd turned out in lovely conditions to watch the team in what
was a defensive battle in the end. Unfortunately the girls were outscored however they fought hard all day and didn’t drop their heads.
Score: Beverley 0 lost York Jetz 4
Award Winners
Coaches Award: Bec Sims – sponsored by Beverley Electrical
Captains Award: Chantelle Meade – sponsored by Beverley Transport
Jacinta Murray – sponsored by Northam Tavern
Saturday 4 June BYE
Saturday 11 June York Cougars v Beverley
A fun afternoon in York started with a game of Tug-O-War to
determine which teams would play on the “show court”. Beverley and
Cougars flexed their muscles over Jenna and Jetz and headed up to
the show court for their match. There were plenty of shots on goal
from Beverley but unfortunately only managed to convert one.
Beverley held the lead until the dying minutes of
the game when the Cougars converted from a
short corner to draw the game 1 all.
Score: York Cougars 1 drew Beverley 1
Goal Scorers: Mirika Winmar (1)
Award Winners
Captains Award: Nicola Broun – sponsored by
Beverley Transport
Coaches Award: Kelly Mann – sponsored by Beverley Electrical
Mirika Winmar – sponsored by Northam Tavern.
Top photo: Half me huddle Middle photo: Redbacks vs York ‐ short corner Bo om photo: Tug o war Saturday 18 June Beverley v Aces
A home game in cool overcast conditions began a little slowly. The crowd were yelling at the girls to talk to each
other as the field was lacklustre and slightly conjested. The second half was a new game and the team found their
voices and the goals! Many thanks to the supporters for their encouragement from the sidelines.
Score: Beverley 3 def Northam Aces 0
Goal Scorers: Lisa Mourach (1) and Marika Winmar (2)
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Award Winners
Nicola Broun – sponsored by Beverley Transport
Emily Miller – sponsored by Beverley Electrical
Marika Winmar – sponsored by Northam Tavern
Country Week
Congratulations to Beverley players Marg Mourach, Chantelle Meade, Lisa Mourach
represented the Avon Association in Division 1 and Divison 4 in Perth 24 – 26 June 2016.
The results from Country Week were:
Division 1: Sixth place
Division 4: Third place
and
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Next Games
Friday 1 July York Vipers v Beverley 6:15pm in York
Saturday 9 July – BYE
Saturday 16 July Beverley v York Jetz 2.00pm in Beverley
Saturday 23 July Beverley v York Cougars 2.00pm in Beverley
Saturday 30 July Northam Aces v Beverley 3.00pm in Northam
Friday 5 August York Jetz v Beverley 7:45pm in York
Please remember everyone is welcome to come along and watch our home games and you are invited to stay for
afternoon tea after the game.
Become a member!
If you would like to support the club, please consider becoming social member for $30.
BSB: 016540, ACC: 201349436, NAME: Beverley Hockey Club, Please put your name in the description.
Stay in Touch
Please contact Club Secretary, Chantelle Meade 0429418576 or [email protected] if you wish to be
included on the club email list….or for the up-to-minute news…
Photos from le to right: Members and friends of the Redbacks Hockey Club , Bec Sims, Marie Barre ‐Lennard and Nicola Broun in Narrogin watching Australia V Great Britain, Leita and Chris watching from the sidelines. All photos courtesy of Emma Davey. www.beverley.wa.gov.au
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Cool weather greeted 14 golfers on Saturday 28 May for the Brett Hutchinson Trophy.
This week saw a number of good scores but none better than Darrell Hagan who won the day with a very
impressive 39 points. Mark Armstrong scored 36 points to be in second place with Stephen Gollan, and
new member Keith Hawkins scoring 35 points each, tied for third.
Thanks are extended to Brett Hutchinson for sponsoring the day.
Saturday 04 June saw the 3rd Qualifying Round held. The day was sponsored by Wayne Smith and our
thanks are extended to him.
In cool conditions a field of 15 took part in the day. It was great to see Bruce (Frostie) Kilpatrick play his
first game of the year. Luke Gollan had a day out and won the day by five shots with a tremendous score
of 61 nett from Mark Armstrong who also had a brilliant round shooting 66 nett.
The best gross score was also shot by Mark with 81 for the day, his day even got better when he also won
the Birdie Nest, for his Birdie on the 7th.
Appreciation is extended to Wayne Smith for sponsoring the day.
Saturday 13 June witnessed 11 players take part in the Beverley Electrical Trophy.
Stableford event.
This was a
At the completion of the day Mark Bickley was named winner with 39 points, one clear of Stephen Gollan
38 points and in third place was Bruce Kilpatrick with 36 points.
The club would like to thanks Karl Smith for sponsoring this day.
On Sunday 14 June the first Darling Range Golf Association event was held in Waroona. This was a 27
hole Stableford event with Beverley sending 4 players.
Beverley was represented by Wayde McLean and Stephen Gollan, both found the going tough and could
only manage 39 points each over 27 holes.
Sunny conditions greeted 18 golfers on Saturday 18 June to play for the prestigious GL Broun Trophy
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which has been sponsored by the Broun Family for some 59 years.
The trophy is played in a Stableford format over 18 holes. The winner of the day was Ryan Ware with a good score of 36 points, with
Runner Up going to Graeme Hagan on a count-back from Stephen
Gollan with 32 points.
We are just about half way
through the season with
Spinners sitting the highest on
the ladder out of all of our
teams. Sadly we have lost a few
players to injuries and we wish
all those players a speedy
recovery.
Once again our thanks are extended to the Broun Family for their
continued support this event.
Golf fixtures for the month of July are as follows
Friday 25 June saw the Orbs vs
Spinners for the Jurakine Shield.
Congratulations to the Orbs the
winners the derby and now
current holders of the Jurakine
Shield. Thanks to Dee and Nooky
Ridgway the sponsors of the
shield for coming along to watch
the game on a such a cold
evening. Photos, results and
information go to the Facebook
page.
Friday 01 Primaries Day Ambrose in 3’s
Men’s and Ladies Arrange Own Partner
Saturday 02 Club Trophy Stableford
Brookton Four Ball Better Ball
Sunday 03 AVGA – Brookton Open Day Stableford
Saturday 09 Club Championships – Quarter Finals (9am) Match Play
Club Championships – Semi Finals (12.30pm)Match Play
Club Trophy (12.45pm) Par
On Saturday 16 July the club will
host the first players tea/game
night for the 2016. Each team is
allocated a course they must
provide, see your captain. The
night kicks off at 6.30pm at the
Amenities building.
Sunday 10 DRGA – Pickering Brook Open Day Stableford
Saturday 16 Club Trophy Stableford
AVGA – Kweda Open Day Stableford
Saturday 23 Wayde and Kathryn McLean 4 Ball Better Ball Stableford
Arrange Own Partner. (Tee Off from 12 Noon)
Sunday 24 AVGA - Springdell Cup Stableford
(Please Bring a Plate of Savouries)
Saturday 30 Club Trophy Stableford
Quairading Four Ball Better Ball
Sunday 31 AVGA – Quairading Open Day Stableford
Orbs with Nooky and Dee Ridgway
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ROUND 7 - Sunday 29 May
NETBALL RESULTS
League Results
ROUND 7
BEVERLEY
12.9 - 81
YORK
14.15 - 99
Best Players: J. Turner, R. Gaerth, S. Minchin
Goal Kickers: J. Adams 3, L. Mcknight 2, M. Ruggiero 2,
R. Gaerth, C. Bateman, J. Turner, D. Mcarthur, B. Ireland
Reserves Results
BEVERLEY
4.3 - 27
YORK
16.19 - 115
Best Players: A. Broun, C. Horrocks, D. Bailey, M. Taylor
and B. O’Meagher
Goal Kickers: M. Taylor 2, A. Smith, D. Bailey
ROUND 8 - Saturday 04 June
League Results
BEVERLEY
5
YORK
65
Best Players: Darci
Miller, Chantelle Meade
& Megan Vandenberg
ROUND 8
QUAIRADING
32
BEVERLEY
24
Best Players: Candice
Franklin, Jessica Fleay
& Rebecca Jenkinson
ROUND 9
BEVERLEY
14
CUNDERDIN
58
Best Players: Lucy
Nicolaides, Candice
Franklin & Elyse
Alexander
Upcoming Games:
Saturday 02 July - Beverley vs Federals
QUAIRADING
10.15 - 75
Sunday 17 July - York vs Beverley
BEVERLEY
14.13 - 97
Saturday 23 July - Cunderdin vs Beverley
Best Players: M. Ruggiero, J. Turner, W. Schorer
Goal Kickers: M. Ruggiero 6, C. Bateman 3, W. Schorer 3,
K. Ugle, J. Turner
Reserves Results
QUAIRADING
6.3 - 39
BEVERLEY
15.12 - 102
Best Players: L. Ugle, J. Mann, M. Taylor, A. Broun
Goal Kickers: L. Ugle 8, M. Taylor 3, J. Eades 2, T. Tacken,
M. McGowan
Sunday 31 July - Beverley BYE
Colts Carnival - Congratulations to coach
Damien Murray and our three Beverley
Redbacks players who participated in the Colts
Carnival in Wongan Hills on the 18 and 19
June. Beau McLean, Tim Bremner and Khyle
Ugle all represented the Beverley Redbacks in
the Avon Association team.
ROUND 9 - Sunday 12 June
Well done to Khyle Ugle for making the All
Stars team, The Northern Suns. He had a great
carnival kicking 12 goals in five games.
League Results
Coming Events:
BEVERLEY
14.10 - 97
CUNDERDIN
10.11 - 71
Best Players: R. Gaerth, J. Keeffe, M. Ruggiero, S. Minchin,
D. Shardlow
Goal Kickers: M. Ruggiero 4, W. Schorer 3, J. Murray 2,
J. Adams, L. McKnight, B. Ireland, K. Ugle, C. Bateman
Reserves Results
BEVERLEY
12.7 - 79
CUNDERDIN
4.12 - 36
Best Players: J. Mann, D. Fleay, B. O'Meagher, A. Broun, M
Britza
Goal Kickers: B. O'Meagher 3, T. Tacken 2, B. Kiernan 2,
M. Taylor 2, M. Britza, S. Marshall, D. Bailey
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1976 40 Year Premiership Reunion
Saturday 2nd July
1996 20 Year Premiership Reunion
Saturday 6th August
Club Merchandise
Redbacks Hoodies are here!
See Stuart Murray or Blake O’Meagher limited
numbers available
See you at the footy !
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Beverley Horse and Pony Club
June has just flown by, with the club holding a rally and another event, and the
members were out and about competing.
It is so good seeing so many of our riders going out and having a go at
different events and having fun, which is the most important part. At the
beginning of each rally it's really great that everyone comes over and helps set
up all the equipment. Thank you for your assistance, it is appreciated.
Our club rally was held on Sunday 19 June and it was a fantastic day. We had
Judy Rose come along as our visiting coach, she put the two older groups
through their paces. While Jenifer and Tess are continuing to do a fantastic job
covering the aspects of riding with the two younger groups. It is a requirement
at each rally every group has to participate in a horsemastership lesson, which
covers understanding how to care for and look after their ponies. Our club is
grateful to have such knowledge and experience to teach our juniors, many
thanks to Annette, Jenifer, Anne and Tess for all of the lessons at the rallies.
The photo on the right is of Bethany, Jacob, Layla and Soraya learning the
different parts of their ponies.
On Saturday 11 June the club held a ‘Show Jumping Training Day’ with experienced coach Noel Mustchin
instructing the riders. Although numbers were half of last years it was still a awesome day with Noel being able
to spend more time with each rider. We were lucky enough to have Nicole Lockyer photography there capturing
moments from throughout the day. If you would like to see these images please head to
www.nicolelockyerphotography.com.
Our next rally is on Saturday 23 July. Please arrive at 7.45am to help set up, those that are unable or stay for
the full day please let Vicky know so we can adjust the program. Vicky Lucus on 0409 158 852 or email
[email protected] .
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RECYCLE BIN
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Quilting
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Op Shop
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Hockey Training
Footy Training
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Historical Society
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