The South Eastern Times : April 19th 2018
14 NEWS IN BRIEF Anzac commemoration plan SILVERWARE APLENTY: Kalangadoo grazier and environmentalist David Smith and his company Howard Nominees dominated the annual Southern Grassfed Carcase Classic competition. WARTIME service and sacrifice will be remembered at a Millicent aged care facility on Anzac Day on April 25. For many years, the Millicent Baptist Church has staged a service at 10.30am in the Diva Room at Boneham Aged Care Services. The facility currently has five male and female residents who served in the armed forces during World War II. General manager Jenny Norman told The South Eastern Time s that she was grateful to Diane Sampson who has arranged and led the Anzac Day services. Ms Sampson said the usual Anzac Day elements are retained at the service at the Williams Road facility. She said they included prayers, Bible readings, laying of wreaths and reciting the Ode of Remembrance. Meanwhile, the local branch of the Returned and Services League will be conducting the usual Anzac Day services at the Millicent Cross of Sacrifice. There will be a dawn service and a mid-morning march and service. Cattle champion crowned KALANGADOO grazier and environmentalist David Smith and his company scooped the prize pool at the 10th Annual Southern Grassfed Carcase Classic Awards night last Friday at the Lucindale Football Club. Mr Smith, and Howard Nominees claimed both grand champion and reserve grand champion carcase. Howard Nominees also won best team of three and best team TV GUIDE I Thursday april 19 I SEVEN Sa WIN Sa 6.00 Sunrise. (CC) 9.00 The Morning Show. (PG, CC) 11.30 News. (CC) 12.00 To Be Advised. 1.30 Animal Rescue. (R, CC) 2.00 Daily Edition. (CC) 3.00 The Chase. (R, CC) 4.00 Seven News At 4.30. (CC) 5.00 The Chase Aust. (CC) 6.00 Seven News. (CC) 6.30 Today Tonight. (CC) Current affairs. 7.00 Home And Away. 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The competition has again confirmed the premium quality of grassfed beef produced in the region with the Meat Standards Australia compliant cattle having an average MSA index ranked in the top 14pc in Australia. Guest speakers during the evening included Teys Australia executive director of livestock Geoff Teys and Meat and Livestock Australia managing director Richard Norton. The dinner was attended by more than 100 cattle producers from South Australia and Victoria including defending champion Chris Bateman, of Furner. Competition chairman Allan Kain presented almost $22,000 to the Royal Flying Doctor Service which was derived from 1.5pc of the proceeds of all the cattle entered. High praise for surf event THE successful staging of the Robe Easter Surf Classic for the 50th consecutive year has been commended by Robe District Mayor Peter Riseley. “The event was once again amazing with great conditions and a large turnout,” Mr Riseley said. “The nostalgia evening at the Robe Institute was well attended with remarkable stories and a host of treasures from surfing history.” Among the local surfers to impress were Pete Agnew, Ben Harris, Charlie Bainger, Jimmy Wasson, Tyler McCourt and Bill Young. Max Longhurst from Adelaide won the open title with Marcus Eldridge, Reuben Adams and Joel Vanderstelt achieving places.
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