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Asha defies
the odds By Jessica Howard

When Asha Ferry came into the world, doctors held little
hope for her survival. The Bacchus Marsh resident was born
with Megacystis-Microcolon Intestinal Hypoperistalsis
Syndrome – an extremely rare condition that severely
compromises the digestive system. The condition is so rare
that Asha is one of just two affected children in Australia.
Asha was admitted to palliative care from birth and doctors
recommended that her parents, Danielle and Robert, take her
home to spend her remaining weeks as a family. However,
the determined parents sought a second opinion and at just
21-days-old, Asha started a journey that involved seven
months of treatment and six surgeries in six weeks.
Now three-years-old, Asha is living at home with her
parents and on Thursday (October 5) she attended her first
day of childcare.
“It was a very overwhelming day,” Danielle said.
“I wasn’t sad as I knew how much she would love and enjoy
the interaction, but the closer the day got the more it dawned
on me that we were actually doing this. Never in our wildest
dreams would we have thought we would be sending her to
childcare.
“When she was in hospital, we were told if she ever survived
long enough to go to kinder it would have to be at the hospital
and it was only up until a couple of months ago that we
realised this was something we could actually do”.
When looking at local childcare centres, Danielle and Robert
found that a minimum enrolment of two-days a week was
common. Doctors had recommended Asha only be away
from her family for one day.
“If Asha gets even the slightest temperature, infection or
bug, she has to go to hospital,” Danielle said.
“The doctors didn’t want her to be overly exposed to the
childhood bug so we couldn’t enrol her for the required
two-days”.
Fortunately, an early learning centre in Darley was more
than happy to accommodate Asha for just one day a week.
Staff at Sparrow House Early Learning Centre undertook
hours of intensive training, provided by The Royal Children’s
Hospital, in order to understand Asha’s condition and know
how to respond to potential emergencies.
Teacher, Aarti Sharma, said the experience had been a
“really positive learning curve for all of our staff”.
“Illness can happen to anyone and we don’t discriminate
against that,” she said.
“Asha’s condition has taken us out of our comfort zone and
Asha Ferry, who was diagnosed with an extremely rare digestive system disorder, attended her first day of preschool last it is something that we can really celebrate”.
week. Photo: Jessica Howard continued page 4

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Dead man in car
By Jessica Howard
& Helen Tatchell

The remains of missing man Brian
Andrews have been found nearly
10-months after he was last seen at
his Inglis Street home in Ballan.
Mansfield Police Sgt Mark Ross
told the Moorabool News a deer
hunter made the shock find in se-
cluded bush in the Mansfield area
on Monday September 25.
The 87-year-old, who lived alone,
was last seen at about 1pm on De-
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His remains were found inside

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The Missing Persons Unit have
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abool Crime Investigations Unit,
By Jessica Howard however the death is not being
treated as suspicious.
Dillon Viojo-Rainbow certainly added some A Police spokesperson said the
colour to the Port Melbourne Football Club this family were notified last week.
season. “We had to wait on forensic DNA
The previous Bacchus Marsh player was part and the coroner’s report to confirm
of the 2017 Victorian Football League (VFL) the identity before releasing the
premiership team, which defeated Richmond body to the family.”
by four points at Etihad Stadium on Sunday
Peter Andrews, the son of Brian,
September 24.
told the Moorabool News it was a
Dillon was a running defender out of the back
relief for the family.
pocket, keeping dangerous Richmond small
forwards in check whilst providing run out of “You don’t want anyone to experi-
defence. ence anything like this. It is good
Port Melbourne claimed its 17th senior flag to move on from the whole thing,”
after Richmond player Ben Lonnon missed a he said.
set-shot after the siren from 50-metres out. “Despite everything, Dad lived a
Dillon was joined on the backline by great life”.
teammates Mihocek, Cook, Murdoch, Mascitti The life of Brian Andrews will be
and Sandilands. celebrated at St Brigid’s Church in
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Thieves pulling wool
over farmers’ eyes
By Jessica Howard ton said he considered the more people who have been
reports to be extremely a victim of these thefts and
Police are urging local serious. we encourage them to come
sheep farmers to be diligent “This is not only due to the forward and report it to
following a number of re- total value of the wool stolen police.”
ports of wool being stolen
but also the potential dam- It is believed the incidents
and tampered with.
age it poses to the Australian have been occurring since
Wool lots based in Mel-
export industry,” he said. May 2017.
bourne have allegedly had
their high value wool re- “These thefts are incred- Anyone with information is
moved from the original ibly damaging to the liveli- urged to contact Crime Stop-
bales and replaced with in- hood and reputations of pers on 1800 333 000 or sub-
ferior wool. the brokers who export this mit a confidential crime re-
Victoria Police Detective product. port at www.crimestoppers
Inspector Jamie Temple- “We believe there may be vic.com.au.

Asha defies the odds
Police cop
From page 1 overwhelmed by the centre’s While there is currently no
Asha’s first day of childcare response. cure for Asha’s condition,
was spent with her peers, “When my husband and Danielle said it was just
playing outside and making I picked up Asha, her first about taking one day at a
and decorating cupcakes. words were, ‘Daddy I’ve time.
She was welcomed to the been to day care!’. The whole “One day her body won’t be

new wings
centre with balloons and a way home and all night she able to cope anymore and we
hand-painted sign. just went on and on about were told this from day dot,
the balloons and the cup but doctors are astounded at
“Asha received her own
cakes and everything they how well her body has held
teeny tiny patty cake, so she
did throughout the day. She out and now that we’ve got
could also make and enjoy
was so excited. over this little milestone of
her own cupcake,” teacher
“Staff had already gone so sending her to kinder, we
Abby Cross said. might start looking at pre- addition will increase the toria to respond to critical
far out of their way, putting By Jessica Howard
“It’s all about inclusion. in so many hours just so enrolling her into school. capacity of Victoria Police to emergencies.
Asha is at the age where Asha can go to school one “We will just take each day There’ll soon be new eyes in deploy specialist teams – in- The Air Wing responds to
she has friends going to day a week, and then to give as it comes but we are so the sky as the Victoria Police cluding tactical squads and around 5,000 requests every
childcare and she deserves her the first day that they blessed to have had her for Air Wing gains a new fleet. motor vehicle crash investi-
to have the same experience year, assisting police and the
did is just really beautiful. so much longer than we ever The new helicopters and gation teams – more quickly
as any other child.”. community through regular
We couldn’t be more thought. Asha is so resilient; fixed-wing aircraft will be to remote regional areas. traffic surveillance, CBD aer-
Danielle said she was appreciative”. she is an amazing little kid”. “The new fleet will increase
rolled out in the beginning ial patrols, search and rescue
of 2019. the capability of Victoria operations, and by working
Minister for Police, Lisa Police to respond, not just to with police on the ground
Neville last week joined po- emergencies but also to curb to target and catch suspects
lice at Essendon Airport, the the serious offending we are
who may be on the run.
seeing across our commu-
home of Victoria Police’s cur- The State Labor Govern-
nity,” she said.
rent fleet, to announce the ment is also recruiting and
start of the tender process. “Our Air Wing has been
deploying 3,135 new police
a critical part of the recent
The new aircraft will be re- officers over the next five
reduction of crime. Police
quired to have a longer flight years to give Victoria Police
on the ground have worked
duration and longer range, more resources needed to
closely with the Air Wing to
meaning the fleet will have disrupt and arrest some of reduce crime and its impact
greater coverage across the the most serious offenders in on the community.
state.

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By Helen Tatchell

It has been a bit of ‘song and
dance’, but finally the (turn)
tables have turned.
Community radio station
Apple FM 98.5 now has a
reasonably permanent home
at the Darley Community
Hub, thanks to Moorabool
Shire Council. Congratulations
An official ribbon cutting
took place with station Presi- Dr David Llewellyn
dent Karolyn Dangar sing-
ing the praises. Ballan District Health & Care is delighted
“It has been a wonderful ex- to announce that Dr David Llewellyn has
perience and the place has a
accepted the offer of a renewed five-year
big buzz for all to enjoy.”
Ms Dangar thanked not contract with the BDHC GP Clinic. David
only council as a whole but makes a wonderful contribution to the
Danny Colgan (General
Manager Social and Organi-
community’s health and wellbeing and
sational Development) for we congratulate him on his commitment
“the room, the process and
to the region.
advice.”
Community radio station Apple FM 98.5 has a new home at the Darley Community hub and
The station has been around to cut the ribbon at the official opening were (L-R) Danny Colgan (MSC), Mayor David Thank You David!
32 years and Treasurer Bill Edwards and Karellyn Dangar (President). Photo Helen Tatchell
Mansell said it is the best
facility and location around.
“This is a fabulous place Annual General
with a great opportunity,
now and into the future, Meeting
with a million-dollar view!”
Mr Mansell said the journey The 2017 Annual General Meeting of the
of Apple FM started 32 years Ballan & District Soldiers’ Memorial Bush
ago with a vision from pri-
mary member David Steel.
Nursing Hospital & Hostel Inc. is being
“Over those years there held on Wednesday 18 October at 17:30
were frequent homes for at the Ballan Mechanics’ Institute Hall.
the station starting at Un-
derbank, then progressing Guest Speaker – Danielle Grioli,
to the Public Hall, Main St Ballan District Health & Care
(above the chemist), Bacchus
Marsh Grammar, the post Exercise Physiologist
office (Main St), Montessori
in Darley and now the coun-
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“It was a difficult process Healthy Lives Program
to get here, but it has turned
out beyond expectations and The new Healthy Lives Program provides
with the help from coun- health and wellbeing information and
cil, it has been a smooth Heinz Dittloff was a tireless worker during the moving process, helping the station to get on exercise support to help community
transition.” air at their new premises.
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Steaks raised
By Jessica Howard
Bacchus Marsh Police are seeking information about a
female thief who stole a number of eye fillet steaks from a
local supermarket. It is believed the woman entered the Aldi
Author Brooke and illustrator Skye with ‘The boy with a different brain’ book. Photos – Jessica Howard supermarket in Bacchus Marsh on Wednesday September 20
and began to place several packets of steak underneath her

Educating what’s inside
clothing. The female then left the store without paying for
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Anyone with information is urged to contact Bacchus Marsh
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vic.gov.au. Alternatively, reports can be made confidentially
By Jessica Howard enced by children with ASD. through Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
“One in five people have
A Bacchus Marsh mother
has written a new book that
ASD, whether diagnosed or
not, and when you’ve got Motocross in the Marsh
is breaking down the barri- kids that are bullying them,
ers of autism. By Jessica Howard new Dad, jumping virtually
you can’t just put them in straight into Supercross as
The Boy with a Different detention at lunch time, Bacchus Marsh will be host well as MX of Nations last
Brain has been a five-year you’ve got to help them to to round two of the Austral- weekend,” he said.
project for Brooke Ross that understand why the person ian Supercross Champion- “I look forward to battling
provides readers with an they’re bullying is different ships this weekend. against Justin and Dan
honest and uncensored ac- to them. The event will see a true (Reardon) and all the other
count of what it feels like international battle with teams, and putting on a
“Kids with ASD aren’t bro-
to be friends with a person the Aussies taking on rid- good show for the fans”.
ken or weird, they just do
with Autism Spectrum Dis- ers from the USA in SX1 and Round two of the Austral-
things differently”.
order (ASD). SX2 classes. ian Supercross Champion-
The Boy with a Different Round one of the series at- ships will be held at Bacchus
Brooke, who has an 11-year-
Brain targets children in tracted a full house in Jim- Marsh Motocross Club on
old son on the Spectrum,
grades prep to four and boomba, Queensland, with Saturday October 14.
said the narrative provides
the audience with every- features bright hand-drawn recently crowned Australian Monster Events have com-
day situations and some illustrations by Bacchus Motocross Champion Dean missioned track designer
Marsh Primary School Ferris crossing the line in Mal Cash and his team to
of the more common ASD
“For years we have edu- see – such as neurological grade-six student Skye first place ahead of Ameri- assist in the design and
quirks in order to create a
cated our kids on the differ- things like ASD or ADHD McBain. can import and defending construction of a fast flow-
greater understanding of the Supercross champion, Justin
ences you can see. Children (attention-deficit hyperactiv- Featuring an engaging mix ing, challenging circuit with
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Advancing Australia, in Moorabool
By Helen Tatchell Australians’ receive their of- congratulate everyone for
ficial Australian Citizenship. officially making Australia,
Australians all let us rejoice Cr. Edwards said Moora- and Moorabool their new
as fourteen adults and three bool’s newest citizens have home.”
children in Moorabool have travelled from countries far Cr. John Keogh and Council
officially become new Aus- and wide across the globe. CEO Rob Croxford were also
tralian Citizens. “It gives me great pleasure present and welcomed all
Hosted by Moorabool Shire at these ceremonies to wel- the guests.
Council, Mayor, Cr David come our newest citizens
Edwards, conducted the Cit- New Australian citizens
from Morocco, the United
izenship Ceremony in Ballan Kingdom, Poland, Czech demonstrate an understand-
which proudly saw the ‘new Republic and India, and I ing and acceptance of Aus-
tralian values, dedication Moorabool’s Town Crier Gavin Barker with new citizen Mr Pawel Bankowski and Mayor
David Edwards. Photos – Helen Tatchell
and commitment to Aus-
tralia by becoming official
citizens at ceremonies held
around the country.
Council present all new
citizens with a welcome gift
comprising of a Certificate
and a native tree.
Anyone who is interested
in finding out more infor-
mation about becoming an
Australian citizen should
contact the Citizenship In-
formation Line on 131 880.
Mayor David Edwards with the Gill family – Karamjeet,
Sukhraj, Abhijot, Amitoj and Gursanjog. New Citizens Jennifer and Ian Dickson with Mayor David Edwards.

Bankowski, Pawel
Dickson, Ian
Dickson, Jennifer
Gill, Karamjeet
Gill, Sukhraj
Gill, Abhijot
Gill, Amitoj
Gill, Gursanjog
Jaensch, Marilyn
Kaur, Veerpal
McDaid, Scott
Singh, Gurinder
Mrs Anneliese Steinkellner with Town Crier Gavin Barker Steinkellner, Anneliese
and Mayor David Edwards. Scott McDaid with son Luwis.

Mayor David Edwards with Ms Veerpal Kaur and Mr Gurinder Singh. Mrs Marilyn Jaensch with Town Crier Gavin Barker and Mayor David Edwards.

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Testing skills
By Jessica Howard

Two Moorabool juniors will
put their skills to the test at
the 2017 biennial Australian
Fire Cadet Championships.
Greendale Fire Brigade’s
Peyton Dodds and Teneal
Revell from Coimadai are
among 12 CFA fireys from
across Victoria to have been Committee members Ian Cabre and Roger Pierson with
selected in one of two teams native Wallaby Grass ready to plant at the Council Trench
that will travel to the New Reserve. Photo- Bob Reid

Triassic Reserve
South Wales Central Coast
in October.
The Australian Fire Cadet

one of a kind
Championships is a four-day
event that includes a combi-
nation of training, competi-
tion, formal functions, social An endangered grassland has received much needed
activities and networking. funding and, appropriately, Earth Science Week is being
15-year-old Peyton said celebrated between 8 and 12 October.
she was looking forward (L-R) Peyton and Teneal will represent not only their local Greendale and Coimadai CFA A Victorian Government DELWP $7,000 Native Grassland
to making new friends and brigades, but Victoria. Photo – Jessica Howard Restoration Grant has been awarded to Bacchus Marsh
learning new skills. the footsteps of her older in eight competition events “It will be good to make Council Trench Reserve Committee of Management.
“I recently met everyone siblings. including portable pump new friends and learn new Committee Chair, Roger Pierson, welcomed the grant and
from my team and we all got Her older brother Carson relay, hose and hydrant drill, things”. said, ‘We are looking forward to growing our native grasses
along really well, so I’m feel- attended the Australian Fire station response and knap- Junior firefighters were and planting at the Reserve’. He also thanked the Victorian
ing excited and confident,” Cadet Championships in sack drill. joined by four CFA leaders Government and DELWP for the ‘Local Park and Reserve
she said. 2013. The event will be hosted by Improvement Grant 2017 – 2018’.
and flew up to Sydney on
“Not only will I become “Being a part of [Greendale the NSW Rural Fire Service Monday October 2 to pre- The Grassy Woodland at the Reserve in Tramway Lane,
friends with people from Fire Brigade] is like having a and the NSW Rural Fire Ser- Bacchus Marsh is an ‘endangered’ grassland and Mr Pierson
vices Association. pare for the event.
Victoria, but also people second family,” Peyton said. said the grant will enable weed and rabbit control and
14-year-old Teneal will at- Successful team members purchase and planting of local native grasses.
from all over Australia. I’m “The number of juniors isn’t
hoping this experience gives as high as it used to be, so tend the event less than were drawn from a diverse “These native grasses include - Feather Spear-grass, Wallaby
me more social and leader- I’m hoping by going to the 12-months after joining the range of areas including Grass, Kangaroo Grass and Long-hair Plume-grass.”
ship skills, which I can take championships I can help Coimadai Fire Brigade. Hamilton, Hastings, Swan The Council Trench Reserve, west of Bacchus Marsh, has the
back to my own Brigade”. increase the number of jun- She became a firey through Hill, Kiewa, Seymour, War- only accessible Triassic period sedimentary rock in Victoria.
Peyton, the youngest of iors here as it’s a really good the help of her best friend. rnambool, Coimadai, Bay- “This is present in a small cutting on the Reserve and was
seven children, joined the brigade to be a part of”. “I feel nervous [for the swater, Wodonga, Narre discovered in the late 19th Century,” Mr Pierson said.
Greendale Fire Brigade four The Championships will championships], but mostly Warren, Taradale, Greendale The Reserve is open to the public and has interpretative
years ago after following in see competitors take part excited,” she said. and Sedgwick. signs. Visitors are welcome.

Moorabool Shire Council
NOTICE OF ORDINARY MEETING OF COUNCIL AUSTRALIA DAY AWARDS – CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
The next Ordinary Meeting of Council will be held on Wednesday 1 November, 2017 at The call is going out to the residents of Moorabool to play an active part in Moorabool Shire
the Council Chambers, 15 Stead St, Ballan commencing at 5.00pm. Council’s Australia Day celebrations.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. Nominations are being sought for the three awards that are to be presented at the Australia Day
ceremony. The awards include:
COMMITTEE MEETING • Australia Day Citizen of the Year – to be eligible, the person must be 30 years or
The next committee meeting will be of the Development Assessment Committee, to be held older on 26 January next year.
tomorrow Wednesday 11 October, 2017, in the James Young Room, Lerderderg Library, • Australia Day Young Citizen of the Year – to be eligible, the person must be 30
215 Main St, Bacchus Marsh, commencing at 4.00pm. years or younger on 26 January next year.
Members of the public are most welcome to attend. • Community Event of the Year – presented to the person or group who has staged the
most outstanding community event during the year.
2016/17 MOORABOOL SHIRE COUNCIL ANNUAL REPORT
If you know an outstanding Moorabool resident you would like to nominate for Australia Day
The 2016/17 Moorabool Shire Council Annual Report was received by Council on
Citizen of the Year, Australia Day Young Citizen of the Year, or a Community Event, simply pick
Wednesday 4 October 2017 and is now available for inspection at Council’s offices located
up a form from Customer Service at either the Ballan Council Offices, Darley Council Offices
at 15 Stead St, Ballan; 182 Halletts Way, Darley; 215 Main St, Bacchus Marsh; and online at
or the Lerderderg Library.
www.moorabool.vic.gov.au.
Alternatively, please visit www.moorabool.vic.gov.au and look under “My Council” on
REQUEST FOR QUOTE (RFQ) - RECREATION STRATEGIC PLANNING PROJECTS Council’s Homepage to download a form to complete.
Council invites submissions to undertake the following recreation strategic planning projects in Completed nomination forms need to be submitted by close of business
line with the Council Plan 2017-2021: Friday 16 November, 2017.
- Ballan Recreation Reserve Master Plan (CRD01-2017/2018)
- Indoor Recreation Facilities Feasibility Study (CRD02-2017/2018) JUSTICE OF PEACE AT LERDERDERG LIBRARY
- Splash Parks Feasibility Study and review of timing of the proposed Bacchus Marsh Indoor A document signing station will be available at Lerderderg Library in Bacchus Marsh every
Aquatic Centre (CRD03-2017/2018) Wednesday between 10am and 1pm, from tomorrow, 11 October 2017.
Companies may submit to undertake one, two or all three projects. All submissions are due by A registered JP will be available to certify documents, witness statutory declarations, affidavits,
5:00pm on Friday 20 October 2017 and can be submitted via: enduring power of attorney or signatures. JPs do not charge for this service.
Email to: info@moorabool.vic.gov.au
Post to: PO Box 18 Ballan VIC 3342
All relevant project documentation can be requested by contacting Kristian Brudenell and
any enquiries regarding specifics of the projects can be requested by contacting Ian Waugh via
Council’s Customer Service line on 5366 7100.

Moorabool Shire Council: PO Box 18, Ballan VIC 3342 Telephone: 03 5366 7100 Facsimile: 03 5368 1757 CEO: Rob Croxford
Email: info@moorabool.vic.gov.au Web: www.moorabool.vic.gov.au Facebook: Moorabool Shire Council Twitter: @mooraboolshire
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WEED CONTROL
Agricultural Chemical Users Certificate (ACUP).
ADULT EDUCATION
Ballan & District Community House
MARKETS
Ballan Lions Club Market
This course will provide training in Prepare &
Rear Mechanics Hall, Ballan. Term 4 program – OUT NOW. Next market – Saturday 4 November. First Saturday each
Apply Chemicals + Transport, Handle and Store All enquiries, bookings, classes & venue hire - call 5368 1934 . month - Inglis St, Ballan – 9am-1pm. Enquiries – 0402 390 080
Chemicals which are needed to obtain an (Wayne).
Agricultural Chemical Users Permit or ACUP. Darley Neighbourhood House & Learning Centre
Control weeds such as Serrated Tussock before Darley Market
summer. Also, with an ACUP (and the 1080 33-35 Jonathan Drive Darley. Short courses and classes. BM &
endorsement), you may purchase and use District Photography Club - Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday Saturday 21 October, 8am - 1pm. 1st & 3rd Saturday each
agricultural chemical products to control rabbits
of month, 7.30pm. Enquiries welcome. Phone 5367 4390. month at Darley Park Football Reserve. Enquiries – 0488 345
which contain 1080 (sodium fluoroacetate), gaseous
methyl bromide, chloropicrin or phosphine for fumigation, or pindone 145 (Alan).
concentrate for the preparation of poison baits. The Laurels – Bacchus Marsh Community College
Ballan Farmers Market
Participants will need to attend both days to qualify. 229 Main Road, Bacchus Marsh. Courses and classes.
Next Market – Saturday 14 October, 9am-1pm.
WHEN: Saturday 18TH November WHERE: Coimadai CFA Enquiries & enrolments - 5367 1061.
Saturday 25TH November 17 Russell’s Road 2nd Saturday each month, Mill Cottage car park.
Coimadai VIC 3340 Enq – 0498 361 291 or 0490 114 130.
MEETINGS
TIME: 9.00am – 5.00pm
COST: Free. Additional $50 for those wanting to obtain endorsed 1080 permit.
2 day course. Lunch provided. Limited seats. Register now. The Pottery Group
Contact Anthony Dufty on 9971 6506 or 0402 894 576 or
Tuesday and Fridays 1pm-3pm, at the Public Park Hall (next
CHURCH
book online at www.register.eventarc.com/39205/farm-chemical-users-course
Find us on Facebook under Coimadai Landcare to Tennis Courts) Stanley St, Gordon. All welcome. Enquiries Anglican Parish of West Moorabool
Coimadai Landcare can help you on your property as well improve your to Maureen 0447173031. Ballan, Bungaree, Morrisons and Gordon
community. Become a Coimadai Landcare Group member today.
For membership application forms, please send email to coimadailg@gmail.com
St Andrew’s Playgroup Bacchus Marsh Service Times – – Sunday 15 October - St John’s Bungaree,
Funding is provided from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Programme.
9am; St John’s Ballan, 9.30am. St James’ Morrisons, 9am.
(Behind St Andrew’s Church) Cnr Gisborne Rd & Lerderderg
St Bacchus Marsh. Monday-Friday 9am, 11am, 1pm & 3pm. Enquiries - Glen Wesley on 5368 2730 for more details.
Enquiries – Cindy 0433 651 066. Ballan Uniting Church (St. Paul’s)
Moorabool Mission Recovery Group Services – 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays 11.15am. 4th Sunday 9.30am
Reflective Worship.
Struggling with addiction; Pain from the past; family member
out of control? Meeting weekly - Wednesday, 12.30pm – Jean B3 Community
Oomes Room, Lerderderg Library, Bacchus Marsh. Enq- Focused, family friendly church with a difference. Services
Pastor Merv Patton – 0412 290 036. every 2nd & 4th Sundays at Avenue Bowling Club, Main St,
Bacchus Marsh.
Ballan Playgroup
CLOSING DOWN Every Tuesday of school Term. St Johns Anglican Church
Hall  - 9:30-11:30am. Enquiries - 0409 681 138 Anna or 0421
Bacchus Marsh Christian Church
Sunday Services 10am with kids program. 222 Main St,
905 558 Tamsin.  Bacchus Marsh. Enquiries 9028 2622. www.bacchusmarshcc.
20/10/2017 org
Bacchus Marsh & District Garden Club
Saint Vincent de Paul Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month, 7.30pm at The Laurels,
Bacchus Marsh Uniting Church Parish
229 Main St Bacchus Marsh. Guest Speakers. Supper after Services - St Andrew’s 9.30am every Sunday. Pentland Hills
Op Shop (The shed) each meeting. All Welcome. Enquiries - Wendy 5367 4170. 2pm 1st Sunday of month. Enquiries - 5367 2543 (office).

Manor St, Bacchus Marsh Ballan Anglers Inc
Holy Trinity Anglican Church - Bacchus Marsh
Service Times - Bacchus Marsh - Sunday 8.30am & 10am;
Meeting second Wednesday every month. Hudsons Hotel,
Balliang - 2nd Sunday 10.30am, 4th Sunday 9am. Myrniong –
NEW VINNIES STORE 7.30pm. More anglers and families needed and welcome –
0400 003 936.
1st & 3rd Sunday 11am. Enquiries – 5367 5362. 
Church of the Living God
Opening early November 2017 Rose-Carers of Maddingley Park Christian youth ministry and bible teaching. 2nd Sunday
Working Bees every 3rd Wednesday & Sunday of each of every month, 5pm. Open to all ages. At 14 Darcy St
Grant St, Bacchus Marsh
Bacchus Marsh Family Drug Support Group
Myrniong Feed
month. All welcome. Enquiries - 0418 171 119.
Lot 2 Maddingley. Enq – 0408 260 727.
Bacchus Marsh Baptist Church
For Family Members who have a loved one affected by drugs. Sundays, 10:30am, Worship Service and Children’s Program.
Enquiries - 1300 660 068. Phone 5367 6550 for more details.

INVITATION TO Alanon Support GroupAre you
- for sick of feeding
families and watering
of alcoholics
Meets at 10.30am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month
Ouryour
Mass
Ladystock? Come and
Help of Christians
every Saturday 6.30pm.
get fed
Korobeit

at the Uniting Church Hall,and watered
Road,on us and catch up with your neighbours.
AFTERNOON TEA
Ballan Mechanics Hall
143 Inglis Street, Ballan
2pm – 3.30pm
Enq - 0421 222 717.
Gisborne Bacchus Marsh. Golden Harvest Christian Fellowship
Non denominational - Prayer every Sunday 10am, Men’s
Lal Lal Moorabool Photographic Group Inc KYB Monday evenings 6pm. Ladies KYB Wednesday 1pm.
Meeting 3rd Wednesday each month, 7pm. Soldiers Memorial Further details – 0429 681 566.
TEA
TOPIC: WHAT IS ISLAM ALL ABOUT?
A NON-MUSLIM PERSPECTIVE Hall, Lal Lal. Enquiries 5341 7535. Bacchus Marsh
WHEN: From 5pm Saturday Life Church
21st October
Meeting 10am every Sunday at the BM College Drama Room,
Footscray Poultry Club (at Bacchus Marsh)
WHERE: Myrniong Recreation Reserve,
in Grant Street. Enquiries Pastor Merv - 0412 290 036.
SATURDAY 21 OCTOBER, 2017 ST Meetings held 2nd Sunday of month, 2pm. Poultry Pavilion.
Racecourse Rec. Reserve, Balliang-Bacchus Marsh Rd, St Bernard’s Bacchus Marsh Catholic Church
Hardy St, Myrniong
Bacchus Marsh. All welcome – Kerry 9741 9705.
VIC 3341
Mass Times – Saturday- 5pm; Sunday – 8.30am & 10am.
SPEAKER: CHERYL CAMP, RSM
GRADUATE OF ISLAMIC STUDIES, SPECIALISING IN INTERFAITH
BBQ and Drinks Provided
ISLAMIC/CHRISTIAN DIALOGUE
RSVP for catering purposes to Emma Muir 0412 685 404
Ballan Mechanics Hall
143 Inglis St., Ballan
Myrniong Feed Lot
Are you sick of feeding and watering your stock?
Supper Room Come and get fed and watered on us and catch up with your neighbours.
WHEN: From 5pm Saturday 21st October
2pm – 3.30pm
WHERE: Myrniong Recreation Reserve, Hardy St, Myrniong VIC 3341
Gold Coin Donation
Enquiries: Ballan Refugee Realities
Rob Leslie 0408 395 511 BBQ and Drinks Provided
RSVP for catering purposes to Emma Muir 0412 685 404
rob.leslie777@gmail.com

Myrniong Feed Lot 2

Are you sick of feeding and watering your stock? Come and get fed
Myrniong Feed Lot 2
and watered on us and catch up with your neighbours.
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Newborns in the district
Babies born recently at Bacchus Marsh and
Melton Regional Hospital.

Sunbury parents
Caroline and Jay
have welcomed
their second son,
Jax Douglas
Shewan. Jax
arrived on
Thursday 5 Indiana, Brock, Ace and Ethan is now a big brother Bacchus Marsh couple Ash
October at Chevi-Lee have a new of new arrival for Darley and Darren have welcomed
9:03am, weighing sister. Havana Diamond couple Holly and Adam. the arrival of their second
6lb 15oz. He is a Aleesha was born to Melton Amelia Susan Gadsby child, a boy. Born on
new brother for parents Aleesha Whiley arrived on Tuesday 26 Monday 2 October at
Kade. and Pieter Van Taarling on September at 8.21pm and 9.10am, Nate John Scerri
Monday 2 October at weighed 7lb 6oz (3460 weighed 7lb 1oz and is a
10.25pm. Havana weighed grams). new brother for Mia.
7lb 9oz.

Ashley Gilliland
and Michael
Giarrusso from
Melton have a
new baby boy.
Their second
child, Theodore
Allen Giarrusso
arrived weighing
4190 grams on
Sunday 1 October Alfred Neil is now a big It is a girl for Brookfield Brookfield parents Asende
at 11.15pm. brother to Romeo Andrei, parents Emma and Frank Watende and Sadiki have
Theodore is a who was born to Melton Puyk. Little Sienna Georgie welcomed their fourth child,
new brother for West parents Aliza and Puyk arrived on Tuesday 26 a little girl. Suzana arrived
big sister Imogen John at 11:38pm on September at 12.58pm. on Monday 2 October at
Rose. Wednesday 4 October. Weighing 9lb 9oz (4330 12.24am, weighing 3240
Romeo weighes 3420 grams), Sienna is a new grams and is a new sister
grams. sister for brother Caleb. for Janet, Mwajuma and
Fatuma.

Environmental Opinion
TOM

with Tom Kingston

High winter temps =
early bushfire season
It is not often this small- anyone read of this news in chemical industry. I think it less travelled - offers our last, son’s work that described mately with these chemicals,
ish opinion piece in a local the Murdoch Press? And, is worth remembering that our only, chance to reach a the horrors of a world with- eating and drinking them,
newspaper receives notice as we are all aware, climate Rachel Carson was a scien- destination that assures the out pesticides that it sent taking them into the very
from big business. This situ- change is causing Australia’s tist by training and spent preservation of the earth.” to newspapers all over the marrow of our bones - we
ation changed recently when bushfire season to start earli- most of her professional life Critic – Time Magazine: country after the release of had better know something
I wrote a piece that made er and last longer. What role working as a scientist for the “Miss Carson has taken up Silent Spring. about their nature and their
mention of the Minerals do the businesses supported US government. She also en- her pen in alarm and anger, Rachel Carson: “Why power.”
Council of Australia. They by the Minerals Council play sured that all the science in putting literary skill second should we tolerate a diet Critics: The National Agri-
responded to my views. It in this crisis? Silent Spring was thoroughly to the task of frightening and of weak poisons, a home cultural Chemicals Associa-
just goes to show the impact tested by other experts in arousing her readers.” in insipid surroundings, a
Rachel Carson in her book tion spent well over $250,000
of small steps. Let us all con- the fields. Rachel had not
Silent Spring looked criti- Rachel Carson: “Those who circle of acquaintances who in its efforts to persuade the
tinue to take them. wandered into this field
cally at America’s attitude contemplate the beauty of are not quite our enemies, public of Carson’s errors. It
As promised last time, this with little background; she
to nature, especially in its the earth find reserves of the noise of motors with just distributed a brochure en-
week I will continue with was thoroughly prepared for
chemical ‘warfare’ on those strength that will endure enough relief to prevent in- titled “How to Answer Ra-
my words on Rachel Car- what she wrote about.
parts of nature which was as long as life lasts. There is sanity? Who would want to chel Carson.” This brochure
son. Before I do that might Rachel Carson: “We stand
hampering progress and the something infinitely healing live in a world which is just called Carson’s book, “more
I remind all the readers of now where two roads di-
‘American Way’. You might in the repeated refrains of not quite fatal?” poisonous than the pesti-
this opinion piece that Aus- verge. But unlike the roads
tralia has just experienced its well argue that in the US, in Robert Frost’s familiar nature -- the assurance that Critics: She was called “a cides she condemned.”
highest winter temperatures and here in Australia, little poem, they are not equally dawn comes after night, and bird lover, a cat lover, a fish Rachel Carson: “What sets
on record. More than 260 has changed since 1962 when fair. The road we have long spring after winter.” lover, a priestess of nature, the new synthetic insecti-
heat and low rainfall records Silent Spring was published. been traveling is deceptively Critic: Monsanto, (yes that as well as a hysterical wom- cides is their enormous bio-
were broken during the I would like to again juxta- easy; a smooth superhigh- corporation that produced an and a poor scientist.” logical potency.”
winter months in Australia. pose Rachel Carson’s words way on which we progress Agent Orange and still Rachel Carson: “A Who’s What is your opinion?
Australia’s average winter from Silent Spring with with great speed, but at its claims it is only helping Who of pesticides is there-
temperatures have increased those of her critics, mostly, end lays disaster. The other feed the poor on the planet) fore of concern to us all. If For next MEG meeting:
by about 1°C since 1910. Did although not all, in the fork of the road — the one produced a parody on Car- we are going to live so inti- www.mooraboolmeg.org.au
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Fantastic Townhouse! Second
bathroom
proves worthy
bathroom in the Alpine and
LaTrobe municipalities also
achieved significantly high-
er sale prices with medians
of $380,000 and $310,000
respectively –$128,000 more
than similar sized properties
with only one bathroom.
Buyers were also willing to
pay more for the conveni-
ence of a second bathroom
2/3A Labilliere Street, Maddingley in the Southern Grampi-
Joseph Walton ans with a median price of
Price: $397,500 President, Reiv $305,000 for three-bedroom
This as new 3 bedroom townhouse ticks all the boxes homes. This was $128,000
regardless of whether you are young professionals, first While it’s a known fact that more than family homes
home buyers ,a family, a downsizing retiree, or an astute bathrooms and kitchens with a single bathroom.
investor. Ground floor consists of Master bedroom with sell homes, new REIV data Macedon Ranges and
WIR and ensuite, lounge room, family/meals area and shows a second bathroom
Mount Alexander also re-
kitchen, laundry and powder room and direct access from can add six figures to the
corded higher sale prices
your double garage. Upstairs you have a sitting room, 2 sale price in a number of re-
for family homes with two
bedrooms, bathroom and separate WC. The townhouse gional municipalities.
is serviced by ducted heating throughout and a R/C Split bathrooms with medians of
In the year to June 30, two $563,750 and $499,500. This
System Air Conditioner on the ground floor level. There bathrooms added the great-
is a nice covered and paved outdoor entertaining area was a difference of $118,750
est value to the sale price of
behind the garage and off the living room and you are in and $116,500 respectively.
three-bedroom homes in the
a great location within walking distance to the Main Street, Other municipalities where
Colac-Otway Shire, achiev-
Secondary College and Grammar School, Maddingley Park two bathrooms added more
ing a median of $522,000
and the Railway Station. Very good buying at an asking than $100,000 to the sale
- $247,000 more than homes
price of $397,500, book your inspection today. price of three-bedroom
with only one bathroom.
homes include Greater Shep-
Three-bedroom houses
parton, which recorded a
with a second bathroom also
median price of $286,070;
fetched considerably more
in the nearby shire of Moyne Horsham, with a median of
with a median price of $302,500; Moira, with a me-
$392,500. This was $154,650 dian of $355,000; Wellington,
higher than the median for with a median of $332,500;
three-bedroom homes in the and Bass Coast, with a me-
municipality with a single dian of $385,000.
bathroom. Meanwhile, a second bath-
A difference of more than room was worth $96,500
$150,000 was also evident to family homes in Greater
in Swan Hill with typi- Geelong, $77,500 in the City
cal family homes with two of Ballarat and $68,750 in
bathrooms commanding a Greater Bendigo.
www.arbeerealestate.com.au median price of $375,000, For more information on
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gardens and a 6m x 6m colorbond shed with concrete floor & power. access. 72m2 shed with rollerdoor access and solar panels providing savings on energy costs.

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YOU WANT THIS 2 1 2 ATTRACTIVE HOME – LOTS OF VEHICLE ACCESS 3 1 3
• Captivating 2 bdrm home which is South/North facing capturing all the • Fantastic 3-bedroom family home that feels inviting as soon as you walk
magnificent sun over the fully landscaped garden. Auction: Saturday 28th October through the front door. Private Sale: $449,000-$465,000
• Behind the high picket fence is a wonderful cream clinker with cathedral at 11.00am • Cosy lounge room which leads to the kitchen & dining area, 1 bathroom, Inspect: Saturday 14th October
ceilings in the lounge, open fire place & French doors that lead to front veranda. generous laundry with plenty of space & 2nd separate toilet.
Inspect: Saturday 14th October 12.00pm – 12.30pm
• Both the master & 2 bdrm are located off the lounge together with the recently • Abundant storage & off street parking, with double garage, single lock up
renovated bathroom with separate shower & free standing tub. 11.00am–11.30am garage plus a workshop & side vehicle access to rear garden. Contact: Brendan Rayner 0439 354 059
• The timber kitchen with SS appliances overlooks the back dining/sunroom area Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699 • This home also offers land size of 790sqm approx. & established rear garden. Email: brendan@raynerrealestate.com.au
with floor to ceiling windows. Land size 850m². Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au • Property is leased until December 2017 at $1,560 per calendar month.

27 MADDISON CIRCUIT, BACCHUS MARSH 3 LUCERNE WAY, BACCHUS MARSH
OPEN FOR INSPECTION OPEN FOR INSPECTION

6 STAR RATED 5 2 2 BREATHTAKING & TRANQUIL 4 2 2
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Maddison Circuit & only moments to the new on/off ramp at Halletts Way. Private Sale: $560,000-$590,000 • Double frontage facade & the front of the home consist of the master bedrm Private Sale: $570,000-$590,000
• Open plan living that is all facing to the North, together with the bonus rumpus Inspect: Saturday 14th October with WIR & enusite & the formal lounge. Inspect: Saturday 14th October
room all with commercial grade vinyl plank flooring throughout the home. • Open plan kitchen, meals & family area. Kitchen has SS appliances, a well
3.00pm–3.30pm 2.00pm–2.30pm
• Stainless steel appliances in the kitchen with an ample walk in pantry. organised pantry & stunning industrial style pendants over the island bench.
• Master bdrm has WIRs, ENS being a shower over a corner spa, vanity & toilet. Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699 • The further 3 bdrm all have BIRs & are all tucked in behind the main living area Contact: Marcus Rayner 0418 556 699
The further 4 bedrooms all have BIRs & are serviced by a family bathroom. Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au & are service by a laundry, bathroom & toilet. Email: marcus@raynerrealestate.com.au
• Ducted vacuum, ducted heating & cooling. DLUG, all on approx. 1611m2. • Ducted heating & cooling, DLUG with single roller to the alfresco area.

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PERFECT PLACE TO START THE PICKETT FENCE COTTAGE SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME SIMPLY PERFECT!
• Elevated position with treetop views of the township. • Gorgeous 3 bdrm cottage close to all facilities. • 4 large bedrooms (all with plenty of wardrobe space) • 2 year old, 4 bedroom, Porter Davis split level home.
• 3 good sized bdrms, master with BIR, other rooms have • Master with walk through robes to the jack and jill/two • Ensuite • 3 bdrms with BIRs & master complete with his & her
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• New bathroom, freshly painted, new flooring throughout. • Open plan kitchen, meal and lounge open to the alfresco. • Timber kitchen, gas stove, dishwasher, lots of cupboards • The main living / dining has plenty of natural light.
• Decked under cover area to admire the gardens. • A single carport with room for another car and to the rear • Gas heater and new reverse cycle system • Kitchen: island bench, SS appliances & butler’s pantry.
• Outside has been fully repainted, the roof has been of the block is a colour bond garage approx. 6.8x6m. • Large covered pergola with gas point for bar-b-que • kids retreat, conveniently located outside bdrms 2, 3 & 4.
repointed & new gutters/downpipes installed. • A cute vegie patch with a shabby chic wooden fence and • Double garage There is also a huge theatre room & study nook!
• New fencing to rear and right. Colorbond garage approx. a mature tree complements the rear yard. Land size 700m². • 587sqm block with established gardens • Dual access to the alfresco with stunning sliding doors.
4x7m and extra garden shed. Land size 600m². • Won’t last long ! • Ducted gas heating, DLUG, internal access, intercom.
Private Sale: $345,000-$375,000 Private Sale: $360,000-$380,000 Private Sale: $469,000 Private Sale: $499,000-$529,000
Inspect: Saturday 14th October 12.00pm–12.30pm Inspect: Saturday 14th October 10.00am – 10.30am Inspect: Saturday 14th October 9.30am-10.00am Inspect: By appointment
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STONEMASON FUNERALS DEATH NOTICE CATERING GRASS SLASHING FOR LEASE
WILSON CROWN **INDUSTRIAL SHED
MEMORIALS Dakin (nee Ross)- FOR LEASE
STONEMASONS Christina May (May) CATERING INCLUDING OFFICE,
BALLARAT “Food fit for a King”
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Ph 5335 8074 Fax 5336 2669 Containers For Sale
Greg and Daryl Phone Dianne Garden Maintenance
814 Latrobe St Ballarat, 3350 & Hire. Short & Long
Also Stone Benchtops Qualified Chef
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DEATH NOTICE FUNERAL NOTICE FIREWOOD FOR SALE
SMITH – Kenneth Alan (Ken) DAKIN – (nee Ross)
The Funeral Service for the late Christina May Dakin will be STOCKFEED
20.08.1946 – 01.10.2017
held at Michael Crawford Funerals Chapel, 226 Main Street DRY 25kg bag
Passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family.
Dearly loved father of Kaylene (dec), Sharon, Angela, Bacchus Marsh on WEDNESDAY (Oct 11, 2017) commencing
Red Gum Oaten Chaff $14
Narelle & Danny. at 11.00am. Lucerne Chaff $20
Father-in-law of Colin & Dave. Following the Service the Funeral will leave the Chapel for the Red Box Oats $11, Barley $11
Adored and loving Poppy of Bianca & Brad, Brittany, Jake, Maddingley Cemetery, Bacchus Marsh.
Liam, Carissa, Rhiannon, Jemma & Jesse. IN THE CARE OF
Competitive Rates Wheat $12, Combo $17
Phone orders –
Cherished and loved Great Poppy to Zoe and Emilee. Call MICK 0429 017 802 (Laurie)
So Dearly Loved
So Sadly Missed
Bacchus Marsh • Ballan
5368 9066 (at Ballan Farmers Market
Go Tigers! ☎ 5367 6733
- Saturday 14 October)

FUNERAL NOTICE DEATH NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE
SMITH - EVANS (nee Davies) Olive Mary
The Funeral Service to celebrate the life of the late Mr Kenneth
Alan (Ken) Smith will be held at Michael Crawford Funerals
On October 4, 2017 at 9.45 pm Trash and
Treasure
Dearly beloved wife of Harold (Decd)
Chapel, 226 Main Street, Bacchus Marsh on THURSDAY, Oct Loving Mother and Mother-in-law of Judith (nee Evans)
12, 2017 commencing at 1.30pm. & Ray Cavill, David & Connie Evans.  
Following the Service the Funeral will leave the Chapel for the Sale and Open Garden Gordon Football
Much loved Grandma of Heidi & Nigel, Sebastian (decd),
Maddingley Cemetery, Bacchus Marsh. Kersti, Struan & Rebecca, Michael & LaLa, Megan & George. October 14 and 15 and Football
Gordon Netball ClubClub
and Netball
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th
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Myrniong District
Rainfall Report
September 2017 rainfall 67.0 millimetres
Total for the year 2017 511.9 millimetres
September 2016 rainfall 140.3 millimetres
Total at same time last year 604.2 millimetres

New Under 6 Bacchus Marsh athletes. Pentland Calisthenics Club

Back up
Last weekend saw the Pentland Tinies perform at a
Pykes Creek Reservoir competition for the final time in 2017. They travelled to
Gladstone Park to compete at the Westside Calisthenics
The dam and reservoir are located on a tributary Competition. The girls were awarded the following places:
of the Werribee River and impound 22,119 ML of Free Exercise – 2nd, Dance - Highly Commended, Song –

and running
Honourable Mention.
water when full, as seen in the picture above
Other results over the last couple of weeks include:
Western Water Report Reservoir levels Sub Juniors at CVI State Titles, Honourable Mention for
Pykes Creek Reservoir at 30 Sep 2017 92.0% March, Highly Commended for Free Exercise & Aesthetics,
Water level this time last year 100.0% Clubs, Rods, and Song & Dance.
The Bacchus Marsh Centre 2017-18 Juniors at Westside, Free Exercise - Special Mention, Revue
track and field season started last - Highly Commended.
Saturday in perfect conditions at Seniors at Westside, 2nd for Free Exercise, 3rd for Rods,
Masons Lane Reserve. This season Honourable Mention for March, Clubs, Aesthetics and Revue.
the Centre is using a new barcode Teams are now heading into their final competitions for the
recording system for all track events, year – Royal South Street at Ballarat.
which certainly sped up the process
at the finish line. The field events ran
very smoothly thanks to all the parents who volunteered to Ballan Golf Club
officiate, many for the first time. Results - Week ending Saturday 7 October
Nelson Banigo (Eagles) who broke the first Centre record for

GIRLS FOOTBALL
Wednesday Stableford
the season, running 31.27 seconds in the Boys Under 9 200 Winner - Barry Lenaghan (18) 34 points
metres. on c/b from Len Killender (25).
Centre Training will commence this Tuesday for all Magpie - 14th Les Martin
Ballan Football Netball Club is looking to registered athletes. Training sessions will be conducted by
setup girls football teams for next year. the Centre Education Officer, Annika Miesen from 5-6pm at Saturday Stroke - Monthly Medal & Fairbairn Cup Final
Masons Lane Reserve. A Grade - Winner Michael Di Fiore 79-13-66,
MEETING TO BE HELD MONDAY 16th This Saturday will be the Centre’s Official Season Opening R/up Peter Di Fiore 80-12-68.
with special guests, Life Members and Distinguished B Grade - Winner of Medal John Costello 88-25-63,
OCTOBER @ CLUB ROOMS, 7.00 PM R/up Andrew Germon 92-28-64.
Service Members in attendance. The 2017-18 Centre Captains
All girls (parents) interested in playing will also be announced. Athletes are reminded to wear full NTPs - 12th Bob Hughes, 15th Ken Mmuhlhan.
uniform, this includes your Club Polo Shirt with Subway Magpies - 1st Barryu Sims, 14th Bob Arklay.
welcome to attend Registration Tag and plain black shorts. Athletes not wearing Balls 7, Cut-off 69: Peter Di Fiore, John Costello,
their Subway Registration Tag will not receive results. Michael Di Fiore, Andrew Germon, Jimmy Walsh,
PLEASE COME ALONG All Under 9-15 athletes interested in representing the Centre Brian Cran, Victor Buttigieg.
AND SHOW YOUR SUPPORT at Relays, are to submit their Relay Expression of Interest Winner of the Fairbairn Cup Peter Di Fiore defeating
Form to their Team Manager by Saturday 21 October. Ian Godkin 3 up with 1 to play.

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Email along with responsibilities - es-
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pecially those related to public relations. A volunteer as-
signment has a personal fringe benefit. A financial wind-
fall may arrive by the end of the week.

Stars & Puzzles
LEO—July 23-August 22
Cautious optimism combines well with a financially
sound plan. Everyone, everywhere see the magnetic side
of your personality. Be prepared for the results.
VIRGO—August 23-September 22
Watch a tendency to laugh off life’s little problems. The
key is to get to the root of any personal difficulty and
QUICK PUZZLE promptly. Brighter financial news arrives by Friday.

★★★★★★★★ LIBRA—September 23-October 22
The busy Libran finds this a quiet week, yet it’s an active
time. Behind the scenes happenings regarding travel or
educational/careeer advancement are taking place to your
★★★★★★★★ advantage.

SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
Enjoy moments of quiet relaxation when you can - they’re
ARIES—March 21-April 20 becoming fewer and fewer as you enter one cycle of ca-
At work or in the neighbourhood, you may be called on reer/academic pressure and another of intense romantic
to serve as a creative consultant. Healthwise, everything involvement.
is great but watch a tendency to go to extremes.
SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
TAURUS—April 21-May 22
Reunions are accented. You may discover new life in an
Life on the homefront is unexpectedly carefree. An im- old friend. A business opportunity emerges, but don’t play
portant romantic decision may have to be made sooner all the cards at once. In romance, make few assumptions.
than later. A career rival may surprise you with his/her
cooperative spirit. CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
GEMINI—May 23-June 21 Though you shouldn’t throw caution to the winds, a more
adventuresome approach brings satisfying romantic re-
There may be some minor career sacrifices, but the payoff sults. Be available to receive awaited information from a
at a later time is well worth the trouble. Romance de- faraway place.
mands a more patient approach. Travel delays are
NO. 9016 punctuated through the weekend. AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
ACROSS DOWN CANCER—June 22-July 22 Your creative juices are bubbling and the week could see
1. Delay (13) 1. Vegetable (6) you complete a major project. Some friction with relatives
Your prestige increases, along with responsibilities - es-
8. Dance (5) 2. Weight (5) may result from differences over how you spend funds
pecially those related to public relations. A volunteer as-
9. Poison (7) 3. Fowl (7) signment has a personal fringe benefit. A financial wind- PISCES—February 20-March 20
10. Score (6) 4. Kill (4)
11. Tenant (6) 5. Emit (5) fall may arrive by the end of the week. You really shine in areas of writing (fiction or non fic-
12. Alarm (5) 6. Loss of memory (7) LEO—July 23-August 22 tion) and salesmanship. Reunions are highlighted through
14. Fragment (5) 7. Surpass (6) the weekend. A possible financial setback may occur later
18. Stupor (6) 13. Wine (7) Cautious optimism combines well with a financially in the week.
20. Musical instrument 15. Mysterious (7) sound plan. Everyone, everywhere see the magnetic side
(6) 16. Cooked (6) of your personality. Be prepared for the results. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
23. Greet (7) 17. World-wide (6) You are generous, sensitive and secretive - and very much
24. Digit (5) 19. Spice (5) VIRGO—August 23-September 22
25. Impertinent (13) 21. Pretend (5) a humanitarian. Travel in conjunction with education is
22. Jump (4) Watch a tendency to laugh off life’s little problems. The highlighted. Your sentimental streak surfaces within the
key is to get to the root of any personal difficulty and next three months. It’s easy to be disillusioned, so keep
CRYPTIC PUZZLE promptly. Brighter financial news arrives by Friday. expectations on a realistic level.
ACROSS
1. Whence comes the flow of words? (8,5). 8. Man who’s LIBRA—September 23-October 22
taken over at the greengrocer’s (5). 9. Feel the wasp is The busy Libran finds this a quiet week, yet it’s an active
out to get the fruit (7). 10. What people have been say- time. Behind the scenes happenings regarding travel or

SUDOKU
ing for years, now: years and years (6). 11. Before ring- educational/careeer advancement are taking place to your
ing, as I arranged, to commend (6). 12. Say it’s not pri- advantage.
vate (5). 14. What’s in the battered tin given to dad? (5).
18. A sailor has a way with him when away from home SCORPIO—October 23-November 21
(6). 20. Afraid for Primrose (6). 23. “Hold it against
Brown,” I put in (7). 24. A giant ant is crawling round it
(5). 25. I am too small for it, you too big! (3-6,4).
NUMBER GAME
Enjoy moments of quiet relaxation when you can - they’re
becoming fewer and fewer as you enter one cycle of ca-
reer/academic
ANSWERpressureBELOW
and another of intense romantic
DOWN involvement.
1. Regret bringing the head doctor into it (6). 2. Every-
body has come back to be with her (5). 3. Allowed to
take the nine strays in, being indulgent (7). 4. Drinks SAGITTARIUS—November 22-December 22
and darts (4). 5. Someone bent on getting an arbour (5). Reunions are accented. You may discover new life in an
6. Something to be delivered from Ontario (7). 7. Kits old friend. A business opportunity emerges, but don’t play
me out and that’s my lot! (6). 13. Otto is wrong about all the cards at once. In romance, make few assumptions.
Ronald being in Canada (7). 15. He helps someone
who’s taking a risk (7). 16. Mother from whom the bairn CAPRICORN—December 23-January 20
got it’s charm (6). 17. I went off the day after and got
weaving (6). 19. Realising there will be a fight to get the Though you shouldn’t throw caution to the winds, a more
key (5). 21. Game you need many to have (5). 22. Said adventuresome approach brings satisfying romantic re-
you knit, for one (4). sults. Be available to receive awaited information from a
faraway place.
SOLUTIONS - CROSSWORD NO. 9015
E. 21, Lot-to. 22, Unit. AQUARIUS—January 21-February 19
Your creative juices are bubbling and the week could see
to. 15, A-better . 16, Ma-Scot. 17, T-wine-d. 19, A-war-
QUICK SOLUTIONS
Bower. 6, Oration (anag.). 7, Kismet (anag.). 13, To-Ron-
Across - 1, Phantasm. 6, Vice. 8, Pier. 9, Lengthen. 10,
Down - 1, Be-MO-an. 2, Be-lla. 3, Le-nien-t. 4, Nips. 5, you complete a major project. Some friction with relatives
Stout. 11, Falcon. 13, Shield. 15, Surety. 17, Engage.
letter word. may result from differences over how you spend funds
19, Agile. 22, Emporium. 23, List. 24, Gnat. 25, Exterior.
road. 20, Yellow. 23, Con-ta-I-n. 24, T-it-an. 25, Two-
Down - 2, Hoist. 3, Nurture. 4, Ally. 5, Manifest. 6, Vital. PISCES—February 20-March 20
10, Ad-ages. 11, Pr-ais-e. 12, State. 14, Pa-int. 18, AB-
7, Cheroot. 12, Adhesive. 14, Hangman. 16, Regular.
Across - 1, Babbling brook. 8, Mel-on. 9, Paw-paws. You really shine in areas of writing (fiction or non fic-
18, About. 20, Lasso. 21, Omit.
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS tion) and salesmanship. Reunions are highlighted through
the weekend. A possible financial setback may occur later
CRYPTIC SOLUTIONS in the week.
Across - 1,Breakers. 6, Sack. 8, Bolt. 9, Ap-parent. 10,
16, Stewed. 17, Global. 19, Clove. 21, Bluff. 22, Leap.
sue. 6, Amnesia. 7, Exceed. 13, Chablis. 15, Cryptic.
Stick. 11, Runs on. 13, Al-lege. 15, Turner. 17, Former. BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
19, Steak (stake). 22, Be-wilder. 23, I-ris (rev.). 24, M-Y-
Down - 1, Potato. 2, Ounce. 3, Rooster. 4, Slay. 5, Is-
r-a. 25, De-test-ed.
ful. You are generous, sensitive and secretive - and very much
Down - 2, Ro-OS-t. 3, At-t-ache. 4, Edam (rev.). 5, Sepa-
20, Cymbal. 23, Welcome. 24, Thumb. 25, Disrespect- a humanitarian. Travel in conjunction with education is
rate. 6, Siren. 7, Con-sole. 12, De-graded. 14, Loosely.
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Ballan Cricket
As the football season door
shuts, the cricket season First gamer,
door opens. Tim Landt
Ballan seniors played their striking the ball
first one-day match against for a boundary
Dunnstown and to the sur- in his knock of
22 that included
prise of some, had a win.
2 fours and 2
One supporter said, “It was sixes.
a good game to watch, as it
could have gone either way.”

Six Lions teams make finals
Another debutante for Ballan, Justin Fawcus Ballan’s new skipper Michael Snaith with Our Victorian Junior Bas- Werribee. The Under 14.1 grand finals but were beaten
showing his form with a short pitched delivery. figures of 4/39. Photos – Chris Thom ketball League season for Boys were victorious in their by strong opposition on the

Tabcorp Park Friday 6 October
2017 has concluded and Grand Final capping off a night.
we are pleased to say that dream season where they We thank all involved this
12 teams participated this won the Bendigo tourna- year, from coaches, assis-
year ranging from Under 12 ment in January, the Ballarat tants, team managers, par-
through to Under 20. Both tournament in May, the Re- ents and all the players. They
boys and girls have par- gional Challenge in July and have all represented the Bac-
ticipated in these age groups the Regional North 1 Pre- chus Marsh Association well
and this year an Under 12 miership on the weekend. and we are very proud of
boys development squad Our 12.2 Boys and 12.2 Girls their achievements and de-
was introduced with great played valiantly in their velopment in their skills.
success.

Tryout
An impressive feat this
season was six of our teams
making it through to the fi-
nals series and three of those

Day
teams winning through to
the grand finals. This was a
great achievement in a com-
petition that encompasses
associations from across all
of Melbourne and many re- Our tryout day for the next season is on Sunday,
gional areas with over 1,200 15 October at the Bacchus Marsh Leisure
teams competing in several Centre. All players in the age groups of under
age groups and divisions.
With so many junior sides 12 to under 20 are invited to tryout.
making the finals it places Get involved and represent the Bacchus Marsh
us in a good position for next Lions in season 2017/18.
year.
Further inquiries can be made to
Our 12.2 Boys, 12.2 Girls
and 14.1 Boys represented bmba.vjblsecretary@gmail.com
Bacchus Marsh Lions in the
Friday 6 October, Tabcorp Park Melton Race 6, Olympus Feeds Smoken Up Sprint (G2).
Winner: Lennytheshark (10). Trainer: David Aiken. Driver: Chris Alford. Photo: Stuart grand finals held in Sep- “We roar as One”
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