Turn Back Time Tuesday #23 | Photos Megan and Paul Smith of Victor Harbor were proud to announce the arrival of Archie Paul, born on July 2 at the South Coast District Hospital. Archie weighed 8 pounds 5 ounces.
Lachlan David were the names chosen for Luke Philips and Hayley Hutt’s baby boy, born at the South Coast District Hospital on July 1. Lachlan weighed 7 pounds 6 ounces and was the first child for the couple.
Phil, Tim, Libby, Bonnie, Phil, Shaun, Shannon and James (front) were the team at Bridgestone Service Centre, Victor Harbor featured in an AutoGuide feature in the July 9 paper.
Miriam Ashby showed the beads on sale in MegaHealth to raise funds for Ugandan refugees, while birth guessing game winner Anne Every cuddled baby Kaitlyn.
Victor Harbor’s Jordan Bohnsack was getting ready to play for SA Country in the under 16 national basketball championships.
Goolwa business owners and landlords John Holbrook, Peter Smith, Russell Graham, Josie Butterfield and Ros Holbrook did not want to see the Goolwa Terrace and Cadell Street junction changed.
Laurette Triffett, Adam Stevens and Philip Duigan from Greencorps and Jen Anderson and Hamish Longbottom of Conservation Volunteers Australia took a quick break from their mass planting at Hindmarsh Island.
City of Victor Harbor Mayor Mary Lou Corcoran raised the Aboriginal flag with Goolwa resident and Ngarrindjeri elder Rhonda Casey to mark the 2009 NAIDOC Week.
The building firm behind the Rapid Bay Jetty’s construction, Bardavcol, took out the top prize at the 2009 South Australian Earth Awards for the project in July 2009.
Tram number two, pictured with City of Victor Harbor Mayor Mary-Lou Corcoran and Victor Harbor Horse Drawn Tramway team leader Adrian Cox, was gleaming and ready for action after receiving a major restoration, which close to $60,000, and saw the entire body of the tram stripped and rebuilt.
The Leisure and Learing feature suggested residents take some time out from their busy life and get creative at one of Deb Wight’s many craft classes at Whyte House Gallery.
Huw Harris of Lower Inman Valley turned three on July 6.
Ryder Grooby of Port Elliot turned one on July 18.
Oscar Mulhern of Inman Valley turned one on June 26.
Goolwa’s Gary Lindner at South Lakes Golf Club.
Leon Hall of Goolwa teed off at South Lakes Golf Club.
Goolwa’s Don Mills in action.
Dorinda Hafner kept her audience engaged as she told stories in the Horse Tram Barn for the Whaletime Playtime Festival.
Giving surfing demonstrations at the Whaletime Playtime Festival were Alice Gilbert of Goolwa, Penguin Pete of Granite Island and Georgina Thomas of Middleton.
Jacob Bainger of Mount Jagged, at the Mud ‘N’ Tars practice day at Parawa.
Mount Compass rider Harley Briggs in action during the Mud ‘N’ Tars practice day.
Goolwa’s Jordan Crawford raced around the Parawa track at the Mud ‘N’ Tars practice day.
Tim Pearce of Goolwa battled with Kate Martin of Victor Harbor White during the under 13 hockey match.
Goolwa’s Dylan Bell and Jordan Bishop of Aldinga Beach in action during the under 16 hockey match.
Zane Gerstlauer practiced his kicking during an AusKick session at Victor Harbor Oval.
Alex Shierlaw took a grab during an AusKick session at Victor Harbor Oval.
Brandon Bainbridge kicks during the AusKick session at Victor Harbor Oval.
Goolwa’s Val Newenham smashed the ball at Aldinga Blue’s goalie Helen Watterson during Goolwa’s first win for the season.
Josh Leith was determined at the Victor Harbor Football Club’s Auskick session.
Aldinga Blue’s Airlie Nicholls and Goolwa’s Mel Nobbs found themselves playing in close quarters during the women’s match.
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The front page of The Times on Thursday, July 9, 2009
Cadell Street plan anger
Proposed changes to theGoolwa Terrace/Cadell Street junction aspart of the Alexandrina Council’s CadellStreet Streetscape Improvements angered some business owners and landlords.
They saidthe loss of up to 11 car parksout the front of their businesses would havea severe negative impact and that theplan would create traffic congestion on bothstreets.
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