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CUMMINS CONNECTION
148TH EDITION
APRIL 2015
25th April
We will remember them
ANZAC
Lest we forget.
Relatives of those named on the Memorial in the RSL
Garden of Remembrance are invited to lay a native
posy during the ANZAC Day Service.
If you wish to lay a posy, which will be supplied,
please contact Meg by 10 April. Thank you.
Phone 0428 365 470 or
email [email protected]
Lest We Forget.
ANZAC Day 2015
Gallipoli Beach Centenary
Cummins
ANZAC Day Service
Please join us at the Cummins Memorial
RSL Garden of Remembrance
for our ANZAC Day Service.
Saturday 25 April 2015
7:30am start
followed by a March from
the RSL Garden of Remembrance
to the RSL Hall, & a 'Gold Coin' Breakfast.
Everyone welcome.
Hosted by the Armistice Community Group
Gallipolli Beach April 25th 2015 at 10.00am sharp
Commemorate the landing of the first Australian Diggers at
Gallipoli Beach, ANZAC Cove, Turkey.
See the movie Gallipoli on the big screen
Live simulcast of the Dawn Service from Gallipoli Beach Turkey
Fly over with biplane and jet
Catering by Coffin Bay Brumby Society
Guest Speakers
After the service we will adjourn to the Wangary Sporting Club
for light refreshments and ANZAC Day activities.
Local historian will be on site with some memorabilia.
The route will be marked out on the day.
Anyone wishing to contribute memorabilia to be displayed on the
day can contact Jane Majoor on 0418 697 179.
A gold coin donation would be appreciated with proceeds to
legacy. We are also looking for someone to film the event and
amateur photographers are welcome.
ANZAC Appeal Badge Day
Cummins - Friday 24 April
Please support our Veterans,
buy a badge or give a donation
Cummins-Yeelanna RSL Members will have
Badges and Donation tins outside
Cummins IGA and Five Loaves Bakery.
Thank you.
Lest We Forget.
Sports Vouchers Program:
A Call for Registrations from
Sport Clubs & Associations
The Sports Vouchers Program is a State Government
initiative which will provide primary school age children
from Reception to Year 7 the opportunity to get involved in
a sport with reduced club/membership fees.
Registrations are being called for sporting clubs and
associations to sign up to receive a $50 subsidy, per child
per year, to provide discount on joining fees to encourage
more children to get involved in sport.
For more information visit www.sportsvouchers.sa.gov.au
POSTPONED
Kasubi African Children’s Choir
The Kasubi African Choir visit has been postponed due
to problems getting the necessary travel documents. It is
hoped the visit may take place in August.
Invitation to Golfers and
Potential Golfers
Cummins Hospital Auxiliary News
Thank You
The Hospital Auxiliary would like to thank community
members for their generosity in supporting the trading
table on Saucy Saturday. With your help the trading
table made $1,509.45 for our Hospital.
Money Board Draw
Winners of the Cummins Hospital Auxiliary $50 board
drawn on Saturday 14th of March were Leonie
Darling and Joanne Quigley. Many thanks to all who
supported this fundraiser and purchased tickets.
Next Meeting
Our next meeting is on Tuesday, April 21st at 1.30pm
in the hospital boardroom and will feature:
• Guest Speaker
• EODON update on what is happening at our
hospital & Miroma Place
• LEHAC report
• Adopt a room update
If you have never been to Auxiliary before we would
love to have your company.
Opening Day for the Cummins Golf Club
is on Sunday April 12th.
This day is a wonderful opportunity for members,
visitors and beginning golfers to come out and enjoy a
day of fun and fellowship.
We will begin the season with a Mixed Ambrose
Competition, which will take the pressure off new
players and those of us who are a bit rusty. If there are
any new players who would like to come out and have
a go you will be most welcome. Names in by 12 noon.
Any potential players who need to borrow golf sticks
etc for the day please contact our Club Captains
Marc Chapman 0429969403 or Leonie Phelps on
0428762352 or 86762351 & they will be able to round
up some sticks for you to play with & even arrange for
a member pick you up if you wish. We are very eager
to see some new faces on the course this year.
There will be opportunities for those who wish to have
coaching later in the season from Adelaide coach Allan
Telford.
Members are asked to bring a salad and sweet
for the tea to follow.
Attention: All Lady Golfers
Our season starts on Wednesday 8th April. If you are a
potential player & would like some more information
please contact Leonie Phelps. We begin the day with
champagne and nibbles to help us focus. We will then
have a fun day out by playing a 12 hole Ambrose team
competition. It’s a great competition for beginners!!
Names in by 9.30am.
Members please bring a plate of afternoon tea.
Blessing of the Seed
The annual ecumenical Blessing of the Seed church service was
hosted this year by the Cummins Lutheran Church at the Cummins
Bowling Club.
It was ably led by Ross Mickan who was pleased to welcome a
congregational gathering of 150 or more people.
The sermon was given by the Uniting Church minister, Reverend
Sue Ellis, in the absence of an Anglican minister.
It was followed by a time of fellowship and food over a BBQ lunch.
STORIES WANTED!
We’re trying to make the Cummins Connection more ‘Cummins
Community’ focused - if you’re a local organisation, sporting
club or business we would love to hear what you’ve been up to.
Or, if you have a favourite story or some personal news that
you’d like to share (think weddings, milestone birthdays, births)
we’d love to hear that too!
Share your stories for free! Email them (and photos if you have
any) to Ashley at [email protected]
DIAMOND FACETSCHRONIC PAIN
SUPPORT GROUP
Programme for 2015
February - Author: Diane Hester
March - Group Read: “My Nine Lives”, Diane Cilento
April - War Novels (100 years ANZAC commemoration)
May - “Bring a friend night” – Chick Lit
June - Book vs Movie: “Chocolat”
July - Classic Novels
August - Books with Unusual Titles
September - Historical Novels
October - Group Read: “The Hours”, Michael Cunningham
November - Book vs Movie: “The Bone Collector”
December - Books with Numbers in their Title
(Please read the books before attending the Movie
nights so we can have a discussion after the movie)
8.00pm at the Library on the first Tuesday of the month.
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DO YOU SUFFER FROM CHRONIC PAIN? FEELING ALONE?
WOULD YOU LIKE TO MEET OTHERS?
FIND OUT MORE INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR PAIN?
STRATEGIES TO HELP DEAL WITH YOUR PAIN?
WITHIN A FRIENDLY AND CARING ENVIRONMENT?
SHARE A CUPPA?
WHEN: Tuesday April 28th, 2015
WHERE: Country North SA Medicare Local Meeting Room
(next door to Sports Warehouse)
TIME: 4.00pm – 6.00pm
GUEST SPEAKER:
Prof Jonathan Newbury
Rural GP and academic in Discipline of Rural Health,
University of Adelaide 5.00pm
RSVP: 21st April 2015
CONTACT: Norah 0427 711 677 or Pat 0427 619 657
FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/DiamondFacetsSupport/
*Please note we do not give any medical or Medicines advice this
remains strictly between Patients, GPs and respective Health
Professionals.
EVERYONE WELCOME!
A date for your Diary!
CUMMINS SHOW
Saturday 10th October 2015
Come along, support your community,
and enjoy the day.
Enter one or more of the numerous sections.
Entertainment, displays - Great Family Day!
Out of the loop?
PORT LINCOLN CHIRO
Keep up to date with the Cummins &
District Enterprise Committee.
CHIROPRACTOR
Dr. Jarrod Kalyvas
Tuesday Mornings in
CUMMINS
www.facebook.com/cumminsenterprise
For appointments call 8683 0899
RURAL CARE OPENING
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Friday 20th March,
2015 saw the official
opening of the
extensions to the
Rural Care building in
Cummins.
Our Branch Manager, Braden Gale was on
hand to cut the celebratory cake with staff &
kids from the School and Rural Care Centre.
Cummins District Community Bank is a proud
financial contributor towards this wonderful
project.
DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE
BEING OFFERED IN CUMMINS
Cummins District Community Bank,
together with District Council of Lower Eyre
Peninsula and the Youth Advisory
Committee are pleased to announce that
they have been able to secure 2 days of
training to be run by Austdrive.
POSITION VACANT—SECRETARY
The Cummins District Financial Services Board are
seeking expressions of interest to fill the position of
Secretary, for 5 hours per week.
This position entails general secretary duties including
board meetings and minute taking.
Queries can be directed to Peter Glover, Chairman on
0427 765 009. Applications can be emailed to
[email protected] by COB
Thursday 2nd April, 2015.
GREAT FLINDERS SOUTHERN EYRE
JUNIOR CRICKET
Cummins District Community Bank recently sponsored
the Great Flinders Southern Eyre Junior Cricket
Association for the trophies for their end of season
presentations.
Congratulations to the Great Flinders Southern Eyre
Junior Cricket Association on a successful Grand Final
Day, and well done to the trophy recipients.
This training will be held on Sunday 14th,
and Monday 15th of June.
Sunday 14th June will be targeted to the
Youth age bracket, whilst Monday 15th
June will be an open age bracket.
Whilst there will be a small cost to
participants, the total course cost has been
heavily subsidised due to funding by the
Cummins District Community Bank, an
initiative to come from the Community
Forum that was held in August 2014.
Details regarding how you can register for
either of these courses will be made
available soon.
L—R: Michelle Mahoney (Secretary), Wendy Holman (Cummins
District Community Bank Director), Louis Green (Bowling
Trophy), Flynn Paech (Man of the Match), Jordan Secker
(Fielding Trophy), Eli Giddings (Fielding Trophy), Jesse Rule
(Batting & Fielding Trophy), Mick Broad (President) & Fox
Holman.
Introducing. .
Lolu & Funmi Tayo & Family
Nigeria
United Kingdom
Botswana
T
he journey began when Lolu moved
from Nigeria to Botswana in 2005,
and then to the UK in 2008. His wife,
Funmi joined him in 2006. Lolu worked
as a pharmacist in Lloyds Pharmacy in
Chesterfield, which is one of the largest
pharmacy businesses in the UK. They
decided to move to Australia, and in August
2013 Funmi and the children travelled to
Ballarat while Lolu stayed and kept working
in the UK. It was up to Funmi to decide if
Australia should become their home. As
soon as she arrived she thought “We will
have to go back to the UK”. Without a job,
missing friends, and trying to cope with the
cultural differences was concerning. The
food was not the same, and travel to get
home to Nigeria was even more difficult
from Australia. She kept an open mind and
after mixing with people there and with the
support of friends already living in Ballarat
she agreed to stay. Lolu joined the family in
December.
Adelaide
Cummins
Berri
Ballarat
on Facebook, Lolu applied and started
work in Berri in March 2014. He commuted
from there each weekend while the
family remained in Adelaide. Meanwhile,
Funmi was studying two courses. She has
completed Certificate 4 in Disability Care,
and her study in Bachelor of Business
Information Systems will now lapse
because of distance from workshops and
tutorials required as part of the subject.
The travel from Berri to Adelaide and
separation from family meant they needed
to rethink arrangements, so Lolu resigned
from Berri and started employment in
Adelaide. The new job was temporary so
when he was contacted about the job in
Cummins, and offered the opportunity of a
permanent job, they agreed to move to Eyre
Peninsula. Lolu and Funmi believe that
Cummins is the right place for them at this
point in time, and they plan to stay. Funmi’s
first impression of Cummins was how small
the town is, with not many people around.
However, she feels the value of Cummins
is the friendly people, and says “They are
happy, and will interact and speak to you,
and are very welcoming”. Even though
the Tayo family has come from a different
background, the people “don’t make us feel
left out”! The children are happy living here,
and Toyin’s comment was “the People are
very good: the teachers at the school are
even good!” Lolu believes their journey
so far was meant to happen as it has, and
although significant changes have occurred
they are thankful and feel blessed.
Cummins welcomes Lolu and Funmi Tayo
and their children Toyin, Seun and Dara.
Lolu and Funmi had read about Adelaide
when in the UK. Other friends they knew,
who were living in Tasmania, had also
decided to move to Adelaide at the time
they also decided to move to South
Australia. This meant they knew someone
when they arrived at Brahma Lodge in
December 2013.
They had the conviction that Adelaide
was the place to go to live. Job interviews
around Christmas 2013 showed Lolu was
prepared to do any work to support his
family. In January 2014 they rented a house
in Adelaide and the family moved from
Ballarat to live. Time was spent getting
fully registered to work as a pharmacist
in Australia, even after many years’ work
in the UK. Finally, after seeing a vacancy
CUMMINS CHEMIST: Pharmacist Lolu Tayo and family – Funmi, Seun 6, Dara 2, Toyin 8 & Lolu
Each month we will try to introduce you to a family in our community. If you’re interested in writing a profile,
or have a suggestion, please let us know by emailing [email protected]
Science PUB
Monday the 23rd of March saw the first Science Pub held at the Cummins Hotel. A small
but enthusiastic group met and talked science over drinks and food. Topics of conversation
ranged from climate palaeontology of the East MacDonnell Ranges to DNA sequencing
techniques and many things in between. Next month we’ll be ‘rocking’ the pub (sorry bad
pun) with a Geology theme. Emma Addinsall will talk about her honours project in climate
palaeontology and it’d be great if others would bring something Geology related.
We’d love to see more science tragics so please join us on Monday 20th April at 7:30pm
at the Cummins Pub – if Mondays don’t suit you please contact Kellie or Kirsty as we’re
pretty flexible.
Kellie Taylor – 0439 188 354 or Kirsty Fox – [email protected]
EXCITING NEWS!
A Zonta Club is being formed on the Lower Eyre Peninsula.
Zonta is an international service organisation, comprised mostly
of women, who work together to make a difference to the lives
of women, locally and internationally, through service and
advocacy.
Monthly meetings will be held on the third Tuesday of each month
(except next month, due to school holidays) in either Cummins or
Tumby Bay. Meeting format is usually a short business meeting, a
guest speaker and an opportunity for fellowship.
The April meeting will be a dinner meeting on Wednesday 29 April.
Although details are yet to be finalised the meeting will be held in
Tumby Bay with an interesting guest speaker. We will organise car
pooling from Cummins.
If you would like to attend our next or future meetings, please
contact Belinda Jutzen on 8676 2126 or 0428 765 101.
SMOKE ALARMS
Under SA Legislation you MUST have a
WORKING smoke alarm in your home
Remember to:
Test your smoke alarm regularly: once each
month is recommended
Clean the dust off your smoke alarm: aim
for every 6 months – use the soft brush
attachment on your vacuum cleaner
Check the batteries:
Battery only unit: change at least every 6
months – at the beginning and end of daylight saving.
Hardwired with battery back-up: change
the back-up battery at the start of daylight
saving each year.
For further advice on smoke alarms:
Looking to add value to your home?
Want help with design & council regulations?
Ring: the Fire Safety Department on 8204 3611
Email: [email protected]
Web site: www.samfs.sa.gov.au
Local CFS Community Education Officer –
Therese Pedler on 8682 4266
or visit
www.cfs.org.au
Want to use a local and licensed builder?
Will organize your shed quote, erect price, concreting
and electrical
Sheds commercial agricultural industrial
domestic carports verandas restoration
roofing gutters colorbond design decking
steel fencing general home repairs
Servicing Cummins and surrounding areas
Contact Steve for a free no obligation quote
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[email protected]
May Connection
Cut-Off Date
Please get your articles & adverts to
Ashley no later than Tuesday, 28th
April. Email [email protected]
Re-thinking Child,
Youth and Family Ministry in Modern Australia
25—26 April 2015
Uniting Church Hall
68-72 Bruce Terrace, Cummins SA
For many congregations and families, sharing the Christian faith with children and youth is an area of struggle or
challenge. Culture and society has changed so much, raising many new questions and issues and pressures. We invite you to
join us in rethinking child, youth and family ministry for a new time and a new age.
 What does it mean to form faith in children and youth?
 What seems to work best and why?
 How can we partner with and support Christian families today?
 How can we bring the Good News of Jesus to unchurched children, youth and families?
“Grow Ministries” invites you to join the conversation. It’s about hope, new life, and the future we have together in Christ.
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Saturday 25 April
9.00am—9.15am Welcome & Opening Devotion
9.15am—9.45am Introductions
9.45am—10.45am Re-thinking child, youth and family ministry. What cultures are we re-thinking and why?
10.45am—11.15am
Morning Tea
11.15am—12.30pm Developing healthy communities—creating a culture that nurtures the faith of children and young people.
Introduce and discuss the 12 Guiding Principles for Effective Child Youth and Family Ministry
12.30pm—1.30pm Lunch
1.30pm—3.00pm The importance of all generations being involved in sharing their stories of faith with each other. Includes the introduction
of: FaithTrail, Taking Faith Home, GIFT & Mentoring
3.00pm—3.30pm Afternoon Tea
3.30pm—4.30pm Realities of working together to re-think child, youth and family ministry
4.30pm—5.00pm Team Workshop—How to re-think CYFM in your congregation and set up structures of support.
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Sunday 26 April
12.00pm—12.30pm
Lunch
12.30pm—1.00pm Introduction to FaithInk including the Faith5
1.00pm—2.15pm BibleSong
2.15pm—2.30pm Questions
2.30pm—3.00pm Afternoon Tea
3.00pm—3.30pm Faith Stepping Stones
3.30pm—4.00pm Head to the Heart Confirmation Ministry
RSVP by Monday
13th April.
A small donation
towards the cost of this
event would be
graciously accepted
but not required
4.00pm—4.30pm Seasonals/Questions
For more information and registration forms please contact Tegan Modra, 0411 062 291 or [email protected]
Helping Cummins Residents to
“Take Charge of their Life”
Often when we think about mental health we instantly
think of mental illness but creating a mentally fit EP is
the vision for local resident, Kirsty Traeger. While she
never imagined people holding hands and skipping
down the main street of Cummins, she hoped that by
sharing her experience with mental illness and her focus
of becoming mentally fit, that perhaps she could help
just one person.
This dream started to become a reality last year with the
success of the “Life’s a Circus” Gala Dinner that raised
$24,000 in partnership with the Cummins and Port
Lincoln Bendigo Banks, Medicare Local, West Coast Youth
and Community Support and local business owners. It’s
not every day that you can turn up to an event wearing
a full length gown with a clown nose, being greeted by a
red carpet and dancing acrobats!
A free take charge of your life course was delivered in
Cummins over the past month, as a direct result of this
fundraising and sponsorship. The course filled up, and
the feedback has been incredibly positive. One local
resident, Mardi Green, has even created a hashtag
#theyearofthemardi, as she has made the decision to put
herself first after feeling empowered by the course.
It was fantastic to see a mix of people of all ages and
both men and women, keen to learn skills to become
mentally fit.
The course is fun, free, full of activities, and all
participants will receive a certificate upon completion,
not to mention lifelong skills to try and prevent mental
illness and to live happier and healthier lives.
If you would like to “take charge of your life” or sign up
to the mailing list, please email [email protected]
com or like our facebook page “Eyre Peninsula Mental
Wellbeing Program”.
A huge thanks must go out to Bendigo Bank Cummins for
making this happen and everyone who attended.
“A big THANKYOU to Kirsty Traeger and Sue Berry for
presenting the "Take Charge of Your Life" workshop,
it's been AMAZING!! I highly recommend it!!”
#yearofthemardi
Needing a..
Mum’s Night Out!
Friday 10th April 2015 at 7.00pm for a 7.30pm Start
Cummins Uniting Church Hall
Movie: Mum’s Night Out
Cost: $5.00 per person
Delicious coffee & cake/ nibbles will be provided!
All Mum’s need a night off once in a while, see you there!
Brought to you by..
TERM 1 INFORMATION
4th February
‘Bakery Coffee & Walk’
Meet up for a coffee, catch up
and a walk if you feel like it!
18th February
‘ When to call the Dr’
Dr Gerard Quigley discusses
common concerns raised by
mothers when their children are
unwell.
9:30am-11:30am
[email protected]
you Bravely!
Cummins uniting church Hall..
Contact
4th March
Mums
of all ages are
invited
to this Mum’s night out!
Mary-anne
- 86762689/0428514312
‘ Courage to Be Honest’
A DVD discussing the often
difficult task of being completely
honest in our relationships.
Or
For further information,
please contact:
Karla - 86768003/0429310785
Kylie Wilksch 0427 595 432 or
18th March
KarlaBETTER
TelferMUMS
0429MAKE
310 785
Car Seat Installation
Local Police Officer John Randall
will be running through correct
car seat installation &
common issues.
A BETTER WORLD
Run fortnightly with a Moppets
Program/ Creche available.
MOPS is a warm and welcoming place
1st April
Glen Forrest Wildlife Park
We will be going for an excursion
to Glen Forrest Wildlife Park.
Pack a picnic lunch to share!
Meet there at 10.30am Cost—$10
(kids under 2 years are free)
for all Mothers of preschoolers to relax,
have a cuppa and chat with other
Happy Easter
Mums.
Each fortnight we have a ‘topic or
speaker’ as well as a fun craft !
All Mums are very welcome!
from the Cummins &
District Enterprise
Committee
Take Charge of Your Life course presenter, WCYS Counsellor
Sue Berry with local resident Kirsty Traeger
Cummins Op Shop:
A Helping Hand for the
Community
Trading Hours 10am-4pm Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday & Friday including school holidays.
President
Secretary
Treasurer
Ass. Treasurer
Committee
Sharon Lee
Leanne Speed
Beth Meaney
Heather Mason
Dawn Cooper, Jenny Goosens, Clair Sheppard, Denise Sheehan, Gloria Elward, Mary Kearsley, Adrian Sheppard & Pat Warner.
We have a total of forty one volunteers. We are very grateful to
these people who give up their time to do voluntary work for our
community. Each volunteer works a three hour shift, usually with
one other person. If any member of the public would like to join
our happy bunch, a police check is required and forms are available at the Op Shop.
The Op Shop is run by a committee who meet on the third Monday of each month. If your organisation is looking for a little help,
send a letter to our secretary, Leanne Speed PO Box 49, Cummins.
This letter will be brought to our committee who will determine if
we can support your cause.
We accept consignment goods, furniture & electrical goods. No
clothing. A $5 fee will be charged for electrical tagging before they
can be sold.
$5 bag sale finishes on Friday, 10th April. Winter stock will be
available from Tuesday, 14th April at normal prices. Bags of rags
are still $6 per 5kg - what a bargain! Special: 10 bags for $50.
Thank you for supporting our Community Op Shop, as we like to
support our community.
World Day
of Prayer:
The Bahamas
Cummins Uniting Church hosted this year’s World Day of
Prayer. The Country studied was The Bahamas, so as the 40
people who gathered to share in the service arrived, they
were handed a hibiscus which followed into the theme of a
sea scene. The Alter was decorated with shells, sea colored
drapes, bougainvillea, candles, straw hats, and tropical
fruits.
Petrea Glover, the capable Leader for the service led in
the Guest Speaker, Uniting Minister Rev Sue Ellis, (suitably
dressed in a brightly colored blouse), scattering shells, pot
pouri and colored stones around the alter.
The Call to Worship to commence the service were the Anglican Ladies, followed by Psalm of Praise, when the Catholic
Ladies took part.
Leonie Phelps read the bible reading John 13 verses 1-17.
(Leonie was also responsible for the power point presentation). The Lutheran Ladies led the Prayers of Confession,
followed by Rev. Sue Ellis, who gave a deeply meaningful
message, which was really well received.
The Uniting Church members then led in the Prayer of
Intercession.
The Peace of Christ was then shared, followed by the collection, where $273.15 was collected, which will be forwarded
to the World Day of Prayer Committee, to be then sent to the
Bahamas.
A person from each church then led the Prayer of Thanksgiving. Petrea asked the ladies from the Catholic Church to
come forward indicating that they have accepted the role of
coordinating the service for 2016. The service closed with a
Blessing then Julie Maxwell who had played the keyboard
for the music through the service played the closing Hymn.
The friendly gathering, stayed to share morning tea and
discussion already on next years Service – the Country being
Cuba.
Learning Together @ Home is a free home visiting
program for families with children from 0-4 years.
The program is designed to support families to develop
the skills to help their children’s learning and
development through play. If you are concerned about
your child’s development the Fieldworker can offer
information that may assist you and your child, and can
help you connect with other services.
Parents and other family members play an important
role in helping children learn.
Families can contact Hayley at Learning Together @
Home
on
information.
0437736556
or
86825969
for
more
also held their own stalls in the hall, all of which had a successful
day. Thankyou to those who assisted with the set up and
dismantling of our display - it was greatly appreciated.
Cummins Stitchers
Art & Quilting
Display
Excellent reviews were given from locals and visitors alike.
Thankyou to all participators and the Community for your
support.
Cummins Stitchers Art Craft and Quilting Display combining with
the 5Loaves Bakery Saucy Saturday opened on Friday 13th to
Sunday 15th of March.
The display consisted of a magnificent array of colour with
beautiful work done by our local painters, detailed machine
embroidery and textile art, various mosaic works, wall hangings
and quilts from the lower Eyre Peninsula.
Trading Tables were held during the three day event - one
supporting Miroma Place Hostel Fundraising and another to
support the Cummins Hospital Auxiliary. Several small businesses
Cummins Stitchers Raffle
The Stitchers group currently have a Quilt Raffle on the go. Cost is
$1 per ticket with all money raised going toward the Miroma Place
Hostel towards the refurbishment of the main activity room.
Tickets are on sale at Sheoak Craft Cottage and will be placed in
various locations around the town. Keep your eye out and support
our local Hostel. Good luck!
Pam Darling
Secretary Cummins Stitchers
Easter Church Service Times
Cummins & Yeelanna Uniting Church
St. Andrews Catholic Church
Maundy Thursday
April 2nd
6.00pm - Cummins UC
A shared dinner with an Upper Room & Shadows Service
Holy Thursday
April 2nd
8.00pm
Good Friday
April 3rd
10.30am - Yeelanna UC
Easter Sunday
April 5th
10.00am - Cummins UC
St. Pauls Lutheran Church
Maundy Thursday
April 2nd
7:30pm
Good Friday
April 3rd
10:30am
Easter Sunday
April 5th
9.00am
Good Friday
April 3rd
3.00pm
Holy Saturday Easter Vigil
April 4th
9.00pm
Easter Sunday
April 5th - no Mass at Cummins
Lock 8.00am or Elliston 10.30am
St. Simon & St. Jude Anglican Church
Good Friday
April 3rd
11.00am
Easter Sunday
April 5th
11.00am
APRIL 2015
Cummins & District
Community Calendar
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
1
MoPS
Glen Forrest
Wildlife Park
10.30am
Stitching Friends
Hall Supper Rm
10.00am-4.00pm
6
Bridge
Hotel Lounge
1.00pm
7
Cummins
Booklovers
Library 8.00pm
13
Bridge
Hotel Lounge
1.00pm
2
Maundy
Thursday
Cms UC 6.00pm
Lutheran 7.30pm
Catholic 8.00pm
9
Sunday
3
4
Good Friday
Holy Saturday
Ylna UC 10.30am Catholic 9.00pm
Lutheran 10.30am
Catholic 3.00pm
Anglican 11.00am
10
Easter Sunday
Cms UC 10.00am
Lutheran 9.00am
Anglican 11.00am
Catholic - Lock
8.00am or Elliston
10.30am
11
Baby Bounce
Cummins Library
9.30am-10.00am
Cmns Stitchers
Hall Supper Room
10.00am-4.00pm
Cummins Golf
Club Ladies
Competition
Season Begins
Cmns Stitchers
Hall Supper Room
7.30pm
Great Flinders
Football &
Netball Season
begins
MoPs Mums
Night Out Uniting
Church Hall
7.00pm
15
5
12
Cummins Golf
Club Open Day
Cummins Golf
Course
SCHOOL
HOLIDAYS BEGIN
16
17
18
19
23
24
25
26
Cummins
Stitching Friends
Yeelanna RSL Mtg Hall Supper Rm
Cummins RSL Hall 10.00am-4.00pm
8.00pm
Bridge
Hotel Lounge
1.00pm
21
22
Hospital Auxiliary Stitching Friends
Meeting
Hall Supper Rm
Hospital Board10.00am-4.00pm
room 1.30pm
Science Pub
Cummins Pub
7.30pm
ANZAC Appeal
Badge Day
Cummins IGA &
5Loaves Bakery
Yeelanna
Memorial
Association
AGM Yeelanna
Hall Supper Rm
8.00pm
27
SCHOOL GOES
BACK
Saturday
Stitching Friends
Hall Supper Rm
10.00am-4.00pm
14
20
Bridge
Hotel Lounge
1.00pm
8
Friday
Gallipolli Beach
10.00am
Grow Ministries
Cms Uniting
Church
28
Cummins
Connection
Cut-Off Today!
ANZAC DAY
RSL Memorial
Service Garden of
Remembrance
7.30am
29
Stitching Friends
Hall Supper Rm
10.00am-4.00pm
Zonta Lower EP
Details TBA
30
Grow Ministries
Cms Uniting
Church
May 2015
Cummins & District
Community Calendar
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
1
2
3
8
9
10
16
17
23
24
Baby Bounce
Cummins Library
9.30am-10.00am
4
Bridge
Hotel Lounge
1.00pm
5
Cummins
Booklovers
Library 8.00pm
6
7
Stitching Friends
Hall Supper Rm
10.00am-4.00pm
Baby Bounce
Cummins Library
9.30am-10.00am
Cmns Stitchers
Hall Supper Room
7.30pm
11
12
Bridge
Hotel Lounge
1.00pm
13
14
Stitching Friends
Hall Supper Rm
10.00am-4.00pm
18
19
Bridge
Hotel Lounge
1.00pm
20
15
Baby Bounce
Cummins Library
9.30am-10.00am
21
Stitching Friends
Hall Supper Rm
10.00am-4.00pm
22
Baby Bounce
Cummins Library
9.30am-10.00am
Cmns Stitchers
Sheoak Quilting
Retreat Hall
Supper Room
25
Bridge
Hotel Lounge
1.00pm
26
Cummins
Connection
Cut-Off Today!
27
Stitching Friends
Hall Supper Rm
10.00am-4.00pm
Cmns Stitchers
Biggest Morning
Tea 10.00am4.00pm
28
Diamond Facets
Chronic Suppt.
Group Medicare
Local Mtg. Room
4.00pm-6.00pm
29
Baby Bounce
Cummins Library
9.30am-10.00am
Cmns Stitchers
Sheoak Quilting
Retreat Hall
Supper Room
30
Cmns Stitchers
Sheoak Quilting
Retreat Hall
Supper Room
31
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