The South Eastern Times : July 8th 2014
4 NEWS Exquisite pieces designed by renowned jewellers including our exclusive Dora collection and unique designs created and crafted for you by our master jeweller FAITH JEWELLERS 38 COMMERCIAL ST WEST MT GAMBIER SA 5290 PHONE: 08 8724 9222 Holiday Activities! at Millicent Public Library Week 1 Week 2 LIBRARY Millicent Public Tuesday 8th July - Creative Craft Sessions at 10.30am and 2.30pm Wednesday 9th July - Cupcake Decorating with Tania 10.30-11.30am 5-8 year old 2.30-3.30pm over 8s Limited spaces bookings essential Friday 11th June - Come and join us at 10.30am for an hour of fun with Disney activities. Dress up as your favourite Disney characters Tuesday 15th July - Are you looking for that elusive footy card? Come in from 2.30-3.30pm for our footy card swap Wednesday 16th July - Craft at 10.30am Cooking at 2.30pm Limited spaces bookings essential Friday 18th July - Come dressed as your favourite Superhero and join us for an hour of ‘hero’ fun at 10.30am 651477 NATURE UP CLOSE: Jaikeb Weber from Keith Area School and Bradley Scott from Mount Burr Primary School get hands-on experience with the natural environment at the camp. winter clearance e mens & ladies clothing huge markdown • bargain racks plus reductions of 30%-50% off selected stock m h Every Wednesday Schnitzels T EGAN’STonyE $14.50 62 GEORGE ST, MILLICENT PH 8733 2560 P 642960 New generation cares for nature Students carry environmental baton SCHOOL students from Millicent and Mount Burr have joined other primary schools across the region in the fi rst Earth Keepers training camp. The camp was held by Natural Resources South East for students in Year 5 to 7 at the Naracoorte Caves. Natural Resources offi cer SATURDAYS ARE -Includes Gravies- PORTERHOUSE STEAK NIGHT E $1500 THE TIGER HOTEL Tantanoola - 8734 4066 642474 We’re there for all Australians. 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. 4 - The South Eastern Times, Tuesday, July 8, 2014 FREE COURTESY BUS over 15 or more For bookings Please help us to always be there. Phone 1800 813 318 www.flyingdoctor.net/central Vanessa Freebairn said Earth Keepers went beyond learning about plants and animals, instead focusing on the relationship people have with their environment. “The students learn how they are both a part of our environmental problems and solutions,” she said. Good weather during the camp allowed students to engage in a variety of outdoor-based education. Upon completion of set activities, students progressed to the next stages of the Earth Keepers program. “It was great to see the students’ enthusiasm towards caring for our environment, especially in an age where screen time has become so prevalent,” she said. At the completion of the camp, the students made a pledge outlining how they planned to make changes in their own lives to decrease their impact on the environment and how they would encourage others to do the same. EXPLORATION: Abu Abduvahobov from Newbery Park Primary School explores the Naracoorte Caves at the Earth Keepers camp. www.thesoutheasterntimes.com.au Dinner Only Includes Topping 649948 fPrizes or best dressed each friday!
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