October 2013

Hello Readers,ynoct13
It must be picking up after the quiet winter period. We have added four pages this month to get everything in.
The Yankalilla Show is this weekend so get along for your annual fix of fairy floss and enjoy! The Show Committee has been working hard behind the scenes all year for this day so show your support and make the most of what is
on offer.

The Wirrina Bluegrass Festival was again successful in its second year. There was no shortage of entertainment between five stages over the three days. Wirrina proved to be a good venue for the event with ample catering and a pleasant and relaxed atmosphere.

Community Grants are now open until the 29th November. sonicbombnovCommunity groups in need of funds should see page 19 for details.On the subject of money, does your club want to raise some funds? The Fleurieu Link is looking for a group to deliver its annual publication in this area. See their advert on page 34.

Wakefield Grange are offering a Yankalilla News Exclusive promotion. You could win a $100 meat voucher! See their advert on page 11 for more details and look for their signs on the Main South Road about half way between
Yankalilla and Myponga.

Until next issue...

Paul Jelfs & Annie Nixon


September 2013

Hello Readers,Yankalilla regional news September 2013
Another tight squeeze to get it all in this month. All we have left ourselves is this little corner of the page.
The main event for the month is the Wirrina Bluegrass Festival. Now in its second year, the annual festival should be well worth a look and a listen! See page 2 for details.
Coming up on 5th October is the 131st Annual Yankalilla Show. There will be all the usual entertainment and exhibitions but there is always something new as well. Get along and catch up with everyone you know as they will probably be doing the same thing. Even try the new Dunny Block! See pages 10 and 11 for more details.
The water debate may have come to an end, for the time being anyway. The aftermath you can find in the ‘letters’ section and the Council Loop section, in case you missed anything.
Until next issue...
Paul Jelfs & Annie Nixon