Recalling lessons in life at old school


Dublin History Group  members were thrilled to receive news the last principal of Dublin’s former school will be  able to launch their new book.
Sam Vaughan will come back to Dublin to launch ‘Memories of Schools’ set to take place on May 15 during South Australia History Week. Mr Vaughan was principal of Dublin school from 1969 until it was closed by the State government in 1971.
The book looks at the history of the schools in the Dublin district, including Lower Light, Dublin, Windsor, Long Plains, Wild Horse Plains and Stony Point primary schools
Dublin History Group member Pat Thompson said former pupils would be attending  form far and wide.
“We have people coming from four different states in Australia and from all across South Australia,” Mrs Thompson said.
For more information, contact Pat on or 8529 2028.


An opportunity to experience the unique and traditional Persian culture will be available this Sunday in Auburn.
Appletree Puppet Company from Iran will present ‘The Bald Hero’
The group will be performing at the new Courthouse Arts Centre, in Auburn at 3pm. Tickets are only $10 or $8 for pensioners.
Appletree Puppet Company are participating in the 2011 Adelaide Fringe Festival but will also present the show in Auburn to cater for the regional art-lovers.
For more information  or to book tickets please contact HATS by emailing or phoning 88492 420.
The show is accompanied by delightful live Persian music and is suitable for all ages.
The story follows the adventures of the Bald Hero and his famous servant Mobarek as they fight monsters and villains while seeking the hand of an Indian Princess.

Port Wakefield

World Day of Prayer will be held in the Port Wakefield Uniting Church on Friday, March 4 at 2 pm.
The service has been prepared by the women of Chile, and the theme is: “How many loaves have you?”
All are very welcome.

Two Wells


Maria Pellizzari is planning a pasta night at Two Wells football club rooms in aid of the Queensland flooding disaster.
The pasta night will take place on April 1, and will run in conjunction with Red Cross.
The Uniting Church op-shop also donated all their takings to the flood appeal from the past two weeks.



Lisa Bonnici will be jumping out of a plane with Goolwa Skydive on Saturday, March 19 with up to 50 other enthusiasts, all in the name of fundraising.

Jump to Cure Diabetes is the latest and certainly most exhilarating event to help find a cure for type one diabetes.
Funds raised will help the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) support the best diabetes research in Australia.
According to Lisa, of Hewett, this research is vitally needed, as Australia has one of the highest rates of type one diabetes in the world, with new cases growing by 3 per cent every year in Australian children.
“This experience of a lifetime will be the first time in Australia that such a large group of people, have all joined in a tandem skydive on the same day in support of diabetes research,” she said.
Ms Bonnici has had type one diabetes since she was three and said she  was hoping to raise enough funds to participate in this event and to help spread the word about type one diabetes.
“Taking part in this event is not only the ultimate challenge for themselves but a chance to help find a cure for type one diabetes,” she said.
•To donate go online to or for corporate sponsorship contact Lisa on 0400 001 481.