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NEW ZEALAND JET BOAT RIVER RACING
2012 NEW ZEALAND MARATHON
Public Notice is hereby given that the New
Zealand Jet Boat River Racing Association is
holding a leg of 2012 New Zealand Marathon on
the Lower Clutha River.
The Lower Clutha River Legs of this speed event
will be held on Sunday 7th October 2012 from
8.30am to 5.00pm with the river being cleared by
Circuit Races: Balclutha to 6km upstream of the
Balclutha Bridge, Legs start from 9.30am
Upstream: Balclutha to Beaumont, Leg Starts at
Finish Line: Beaumont Bridge
Downstream: Beaumont to Balclutha, Leg Starts
Finish Line: Balclutha Rail Bridge
Patrol boats will be clearly identified
If you should have any questions please contact
the Race Organiser, Tim Guthrie on 027 436-0085
Recipe of the Week Winner
For all your baking and cooking needs call into . . .
If you have a favorite recipe, leave it at the Clutha Leader office, or post
it to PO Box 45, Balclutha, fax 418-1173 and please include your contact
number. You may be next week's winner of a Balclutha New World voucher.
Remember to include why the recipe is special to you.
Open 8am-8pm • 7 Days • 9 Lanark Street • Balclutha • Ph 418 2850
This week's winning recipe was sent in by
Heather Abernethy, Owaka. She will
receive a $25 voucher from Balclutha New
World. (Voucher to be collected from New World)
JELLY BEAN BISCUITS
½ cup sugar
1 packet chocolate instant pudding
¾ cup four
1 ½ tablespoons corn four
1 tsp baking powder
Cream buter and sugar, add instant pudding, then eggs and dry
ingredients. Put in spoonfuls on baking paper on a cold tray then press
with fork. Put one jellybean on top of each biscuit, pressing hard. Bake
15 minutes at 180 deg c.
When submitting recipes please type them to save confusion
and please use kilos not pounds. Thank you.
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WM Campbell Trust Scholarship 2013
Applications are invited for the above
Scholarship from present or past students of The
Catlins Area School who are studying or propose
to study a three year minimum course at tertiary
level. Students who have had none of their
secondary schooling at The Catlins Area School
are not eligible to apply. The annual value of
the scholarship will be determined by the Trust
and BOT. The Scholarship will be awarded on
an annual basis and applications will be required
from all prospective candidates. Application
forms and additional information are available
from TCAS office, 415 8036, Owaka.
Applications close with The Catlins Area School
on Friday 19th October 2012 at noon.
Secretary, Campbell Trust Scholarship Committee
The Catlins Area School, 1 Stuart Street, Owaka
Members and new
South Island National Daffodil Show
In conjunction with
South Island Camellia Show
Dunedin Horticultural Society Show
South Island Bonsai Exhibition
Edgar Centre Dunedin
Open to the public
Fri 28th Sep 2-5pm
Sat 29th Sep 10am-5pm
Sun 30th Sep 10am -- 4pm
ENTRY FEE ADULTS $5 CHILDREN FREE
Enrolment at Warepa School is governed by an
enrolment scheme. This means that all children
living in the "home zone" may attend the school as
of right. Children living outside the zone may
apply to attend the school.
Warepa School is now accepting enrolments from
out of zone students.
If you live within the school zone and intend
sending your child to Warepa School but have not
yet informed the school of your intention please
do so to assist us with our planning.
Details of the school zone and how to apply are
available from the school office
ph: 418-2554 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications for enrolment close on Wednesday
10th October. If a ballot is required, it will be held
on Thursday 11th of October, and parents will be
informed within three days of the ballot being
Term Four begins on October 15th, 2012
Sue Adcock Principal
Thursday 4th October 2012, 7.30pm
At Public Library, John St., Balclutha
Doors open at 7.00pm for research
Speaker -- Doreen Edwards
Topic "How not to write a Family History"
The Joys and pitfalls of writing your family history
Everyone welcome. Enquires Ruth 4182621
Church NoticesChurch notices
Worship at St
Discovery club for
Preacher Rev L Rankin
Ella Kell Session Clerk
Vicar: Graham Langley
03 418 1033
ST MARK'S, BALCLUTHA
8.30 am Communion
10.00 am Children's Church
10.15 am Communion
Followed by Soup and rolls
THURSDAYS: ST MARK'S
10.00 am Communion
OLD FARM IMPLEMENTS REQUIRED
Telford Farm Training Institute are looking for
donations of old farm implements i.e. ploughs,
discs, grubbers, harrows, anything that
students can work on and learn basic farm
machinery repairs on wet days when they can t
drive tractors. Old ploughs regardless of the
number of furrows would be welcomed as we
intend to give students the opportunity to learn
how to plough as a spare time activity.
Phone Allan Gorton on 027 272 8040
or (03) 419 0304
BOUNCY CASTLES for
hire. Includes Shrek and
Humpty Dumpty. Phone
CLUTHA Country Music
Club Quiz Night Thursday
27th 7.30pm $20 a team of
New and second
See Tony at
100 Clyde St
Ph 418 1600
MILTON Early Learning
House Preschool. Spaces
are available now call for
a visit at 33 Centennial
Ave, Milton ph (03)
417-7424 or text 021 391-741
SOUTH Otago Town &
Country Club whats
coming up. 5th October
Speights Auction member
and invited guest only. 7th
October Boys and
Bathurst members only.
24th October Wine Club.
2nd November Halloween
Sunday 30th September
2 till 4pm or by prior arrangement
SOTS Clubrooms, George St, Balclutha
"Death and Taxes" to be performed at our Clubrooms on
George Street Balclutha during November 2012. For
more information or scripts, please contact Stephanie
Bowden (03) 418 1365 or
Sarah Van Asperen 0274318087
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