The South Eastern Times : October 7th 2014
NEWS 11 Museum takes shape UP THIS WEEK: Builder Jason Rowe hopes the new horsedrawn vehicle shed for the Millicent National Trust Living History Museum will be constructed by the end of this week. JR Constructions has worked steadily on the steel-framed building for a number of weeks. The structure will display some of the branch’s collection of 100 horse drawn vehicles. Church services extended ADDITIONAL church services are being scheduled for various Cathol ic parishioners in the South East. The services will include churches in Millicent and Robe. Mass will be celebrated at the Robe church at noon on the first, second, third and fifth Sunday of each month. Millicent and Mount Gambier parish priest Father Dean Marin said the move followed consultations with Father Peter Fountain (parish priest of Naracoorte and Penola), Sister Liz Morris (pastoral director of Bordertown) and with members of the smaller communities. “With the ministry of Father Michael Romeo in our parishes and the South East, not only will we be able to celebrate more Sunday Masses in our smaller communities, but also not be so reliant on supply priests from Adelaide in both Mount Gambier and Millicent,” Fr Dean said. “On weekdays we will be able to celebrate Mass more often in Mount Gambier and Millicent. District Council Development Assessment Panel positions open ROBE Distict Council is seeking members to serve on one of its decision-making committees. The council has called for expressions of interest to be part of its Development Assessment Panel. Council chief executive Roger Sweetman said the role of the panel was to make decisions on planning applications and advise council on development assessment trends and issues. The panel has seven members, with four members, including the presiding member, being independent of the council. Independent members should have a reasonable knowledge of the Development Act of 1993 as it relates to development assessment. “They should have appropriate qualifi cations or experience in a fi eld that is relevant to the activities of the panel, a keen interest in planning and an understanding of issues associated with the future development of the District SOUTHERN PORTS RACE DAY sunday 12 OctOber 2014 Penola racecourse Gates open 11am General admission $10 | Concession $5 Full TAB, bar and catering facilities FREE ENTRY for sporting and social clubs Simply present your membership card at the gate. For more information phone Jim May on 0412 995 789 or visit www.theracessa.com.au s s i o 656441 www.thesoutheasterntimes.com.au The South Eastern Times, Tuesday, October 7, 2014 - 11 n Council of Robe region,” Mr Sweetman said. “Nominees for presiding member should have experience in chairing formal meetings. “Members will be paid an allowance to compensate for their time and expertise by an appropriate level of remuneration set by council. “Presently, the Robe Development Assessment Panel meetings are held monthly.” A new panel is necessary as local government elections are being held around the state. “I’m very conscious of the ministry of our Extraordinary Mi n i s t e r s o f Communion who have conducted Liturgy of the Word with Holy Communion services both on Sundays and on weekdays and I sincerely thank them for their service of our communities.” THERE’S NOTHiNg likE COASTiNg TO THE fiNiSH liNE Su T nd a y t s e a h e ac R e s !
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