November 2013

Hello Readers,Yankalilla regional News November 2013

This has been a very painful couple of weeks putting this issue together. We apologise for the hard copy delay as we had ‘circumstances beyond our control’ to contend with. The computer main server crashed and needed a quick patch up to finish this issue.

Remember every edition is always online by the 1st of each month - for those of you who can’t wait!
Having now finished this issue, there is much computer rebuilding and data recovery to be done before the next one.

The email system also had some problems at the same time. We hope we didn’t lose anything and that is another thing that now needs overhauling - addresses won’t change and they will all be working properly by the time you read this, all being well!

The local Op Shops appreciate your donations but Sonic Bombdon’t want your rubbish. Not all items left on their doorsteps are re-saleable. The cost to dump these items comes out of the small profits they work hard to achieve. Please think before you dump and don’t make your rubbish someone else’s problem or expense.

The Yankalilla Cruise is on Sunday 17th November from 10.30am. All the usual family fun and entertainment will be showcased along with the amazing cars.
See page 9.

The 2013 Yankalilla Show results and report are on page 10-11. By all accounts it was well attended and a great day with great weather.

Time to start thinking about the New Years Eve Pageant. See page 24 for details.

Due Date
The next issue is of course the Christmas issue and runs until mid-January. Get in early to get your spot as demand will be high. Don’t miss your opportunity to capture the seasonal tourist trade.

Until next issue...
Paul Jelfs & Annie Nixon

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