SHOW off those cooking and house work skills, that you don’t actually have, when relatives come to stay.
MEMBERS of the Barossa’s German-speaking group ‘Kaffee und Kuchen’ were pleased to hear about Professor Kleanthes Grohmann’s 150-year family history at their most recent meeting.
THE Kapunda-Eudunda Meals on Wheels Branch recently held a well-attended mid-year luncheon at the Sir John Franklin Hotel, in Kapunda.
THE Gawler & District College Children’s Centre has been presented the SA Health DeadlyKidsSA award after being judged the most innovative regional early childhood service in promoting health and wellbeing for Aboriginal children and families.
THE Gawler Branch of the SA Pensioners’ Association has celebrated the 85th anniversary of their group’s beginnings.
GAWLER Council has prepared a policy in response to ongoing enquiries from the public seeking to establish a community garden in the area.
SEVERAL information sessions will be held in Gawler next month to keep locals up to date with significant changes to their online health records that came into effect on Monday.
TWO Wells kids were given a workshop on Aboriginal art and culture as part of NAIDOC Week celebrations in the town last week.