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Throwback Thursday #33 SCHOOL REMEMBERS FUN-LOVING DEANNA: Deanna Sherry (right) having fun and making hamburgers last week at a school camp with fellow students Jacqueline Barsby and Rhiannon Butt.
GWEN LOVES HER QUILTING: Gwen Gishop new has a genuine love for quilting and thoroughly enjoys her weekly meeting with the guild.
Brakfast with the minister: Western Australia Minister for Human Services Christopher Ellison has a discussion with (from left) Betty Morris and Trish Kratz during the Women’s breakfast.
FIONA WINS TOP SALES ACCOLADE: Fion Quinn from the Professionals was awarded Top Regional Zone Superstar and Top Salesperson Superstar for South Australia.
STUDENTS SLEEP IN BOX TO RAISE AWARENESS: Looking to raise awareness for youth poverty in Australia as a school project by sleeping in a box for the night were Saint John’s students: (from left) Kathryn Lee, Kaci Williams, Kera Holland and Karen Saiter.
ARCHERS FOLLOW GOLF RULES: The Whyalla crew of Archers who travelled to the Port Germein Golf Club for their round of archery golf.
Winning the junior,w omen’s and men’s divisions are : (from left) Luke Raymond, Tracey Murray and Gavin Braid.
FIRE AWAY: Chris Schuh fires an arrow down the fairway while having around of archery-golf in Port Germein.
WHYALLA GIRLS UNDEFEATED: The girls were undefeated in teh mnior round then beat Port Augusta in the grand final by one point, (Back from left) Bianca Clements, Jasmine Bridgeman, Karen Crocker (coach), Kimberly Hunter, (front) Shannon Murray, Jenna Daniesl and Taylor Crocker.
CUP DAY HERE AT LAST: Dressed up for the fun and fashion for Melbourne Cup day at the Watersedge Restaurant were: (back from left) Helen Gurnett, Stephenie Herbert, Christa White, Linda Puddy, (front) Tam MAddigan, Belinda Chinnery, Kerri Morgan and Donna Sheasby.
JEREMY FOLLOWS PASSION: Car fanatic… there is no denying Jeremy Walden’s love for cars, having devoted a fair chunk of his life to dirt circuit racing in Whyalla he heads up the Whyalla Car Club as president.
SNIPPET: A small representation of the 2007 Premier Sports Team of the year were (back, from left0 Dan Rowlands, Steve perkins, Mark Worsnop, Symon Calverley, Sean Sheedy, Geoff Peacock, (front) Aaron Hayward, Andrew Peacock and manuel Gonzales.
YOUNG GUN: After scoring at wil and backing his yards of stunning pace throughout the season, the 2007 jJunior Rookie of the Year award went ot Westlands United’s Aaron Hayward.
STAR SCORER: Slotting home the msot goals this year was the 2007 A grade Goalscorer of the Year sinner, Lions’ striker Symon Calverley.
RESERVES KEEPER: Winning the 2007 Reserve Grade Goalkeeper of the Year on Saturday night was Tyler Welgraven.
SEAN SHEEDY WINS TOP LEAGUE HONOUR: Winning the 2007 Whyalla Soccer Association monarch Pharmacy Addis Memorial player of the year award was Sean Sheedy (right) with sponsor Tony Harrison (left).
BRIDE WEARS STUNNING PURPLE DRESS: Kelly and Leigh hebditch were married at the Maritime Museum gardens.
TAPPERS RAISE OVER $5000: Raising money for cancer in their annual concert were Whyalla Tappers (from left) president Kay Hocking, Merrill Dawson, Jan Van Soest, Jeanette Bull, Tina Bauer and Chris Leone.
JOHN LEAVES HAPPY MEMORIES: Tying the knot with Grazyna from the hospital bed last week John and Grazyna.
SERVANT WITH A SMILE: Working in the public service sector, Juliane Turvey enjoys her role at SafeWork SA especially due the great working environment she is greeted with each day.
POPPY DAY: Yesterday was Rememberance Day in honour of our fallen heroes and with it come poppies. Henry Wachla, former RSL president and patricia Barker, widow of a war veteran were out on the streets on Friday gathering donations and giving out poppies. They said it was always a pleasure to help raise funds, which would help further projects.
SCHOOL HOLDS AN EMOTIONAL FAREWELL FOR DEANNA: Whyalla Town Primary School held a heartfelt memorial for Deanna Sherry, releasing balloons at the end.
DEBUT: Moira Downing made her debut on the solo stage with a routine from Chicago and earned first place.
PLACINGS: Whyadale Calisthenics competed in Adelaide with Georgia Davidson receiving an honourable mention and Courtney Holtham third place in their divisions.
WHYALLA GIRLS PLAY IN SA TEAM: Katie Edwards (left) and Alyssa Moore.
BROTHERS SPRINT FOR CLOSE FINIHS: Circling the track were A grade riders (from front) Darren Anderson, Matthew Anderson, Ben Young and Scott Ware.
WINNERS: Taking out the Whyalal Soccer Association Cup in the Cup in the reserves this season was Lions: (back from left) coach Phil Cash, Liam Sheedy, Razz oaten, Matt Pike, Daniel Berkett, Joel Bristow,Shaun McCann, Tyler Welgraven, Chris Palmer, Brian Murpy (captain) Scott Torbet, Christian Hines, John Coulter, (front) Ryan Carruthers, Adam Coluruotolo, John Lord, Josh Berkett, Jarrid Eades and Scott Clarke,
BIG NAMES SHARE INSPIRATION: Crystal Smallacombe and Natasha Gale were thrilled to have the opportunity to be photopgraphed with Olympian Kyle vander Kuyp.
DEVELOPMENT SQUADS: Danielle Edwards and Lauren Mathews accepted into development squads and will continue training hard this year.
WHYALLA PROUD: Lauren Godowin (left) with two Adelaide swimmers accepting her trophy for third palce in the 12 and under Winter series in Adelaide.
CUP WIN: Lauren Mathews and Fraser Simpson, last year club captains, accepting the Dalton Cup.
DISTINCTION: Luci McFarlane scored a distinction in her ballet grading exams.
PART OF THE COMMUNITY: Cycling fanatic Jack Odgers is a busy man leading up to the Christmas rush and alway enjoys being involved in the sport.
RISING STAR: More than 1000 crowded into Westland Shopping Centre on November 8 to witness the final of the annual Rising Star competition. This year’s winner was 19-year-old Alex Robbins from Whyalla (right).Coming in second place for 2007 was Hayley Marshall (left) a 13-year-old also from Whyalla.
LEVI’S DREAM REALISED: Whyalla’s Levi Greenwood was selected in the AFL National Draft at pick 32 by the kangaroos, and was congratulated by Whyalla Football League President Jim Hewitson at home ground Memorial Oval.
TALENTED GIRLS COMPETE WELL: Lara Downign achieved fifth place ini her division at the CASA 9Calisthenics Association of South Australia) State solo and Duo Championships in Adelaide.
ROUTINE: Courtney Holtham achieved fourth place in her division for her routine when se competed at the CASA State Solo and Due Championships in Adelaide.
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