Looking back at 2014 | Photos MS SUPPORT: From left, Pauline McGowan and Michelle Richardson, both living with MS looking at the 2015 MS calendar, ‘The MSchievous Bunch’ which has been published as a MS fundraiser.
FIGHT IS ON: Concerned Kapunda community members opposing the government’s proposal, from left, Amanda Baverstock,Esta Halsey, Barry Becker, Sandra and Peter Deuter, Gail Chapman (in wheelchair), Des Ellis (HAC chair), Mayor of LightRegional Council, Bill O’Brien and Doctors Robert Lecons and Richard van Dissell from Kapunda and Eudunda MedicalPractice.
APPRECIATION: Scott and Kathryn Evans stand in front of paddockson their Halado Park property in the Jutland Valley, 10kms east ofEden Valley which were engulfed by fire on Friday but their housestill stands thanks to the CFS brigade from the Lenswood/ForestRange brigade. Unfortunately their neighbours’ house behind themwasn’t as lucky.
The Tour Down Under finished in Angaston. Riders were feeling the pain passing through Tanunda.
AUSSIE AUSSIE AUSSIE: Drew Lythgo, from Shepparton, Victoria attended the Town of Gawler Australia Day celebrations.
TASTING: First grapes being crushed for 2014. From left, Wayne Grope, Sam Dahlitz, Craig Stansborough and Scott Grope
CHAMPIONS: The Freeling Cricket Club on Adelaide Oval after winning the Country Living Homes Twenty20 Cup. Pictured celebrating are back row from left, Angelo Papas, Ben Heinrich, Bart Ryan, Ben Parish, Sam Carmichael,Lachie Heinrich, Brian Montgomery and James Young. Front, Tom Carmichael, Ian McMillan, Rob Montgomery and Raed Hannun.PIC: Courtesy Peter Argent, www.phatsnaps.photoshelter老域名
Glenferrie Affair (Ryan Hyrhorec) working in preparation for the Gawler Gold Cup harness meeting.
HIGH JUMP: Jasmin Dawe on The Paparazzi in the show jumping section of the Angaston Show. Pic. Peter Argent
CUP: Voting for the South Australian state election takes place on Saturday with tremendous interest in the seat of Light, held by Labor’s Tony Piccolo by just 4.2 per cent. His main opponent is the Liberal’s Cosie Costa. On Saturday night Cosie (left) and Tony (right) were celebrating the annual Gawler Harness Racing Gold Cup night at Globe Derby Park and are pictured with hard-working Gawler Harness Racing Club committeewoman Kaye Halliday holding the original 1938 Gawler Pacing Cup.
LIBERAL WIN: Stephan Knoll was surrounded by family, friends and supporters on Saturday night at Schild Estate in Lyndoch as they waited anxiously for the 2014 state election results. By 8.30pm celebrations were underway as Mr Knoll was officially announced as the new Member for Schubert. Back from left, Stephan Knoll, Phillip Heysen and Andreas Knoll. Front from left, Natasha Knoll, Amy Heysen (Mr Knoll’s wife) with their daughter Ruby, Hannah Knoll with her son Angus and Catherine Heysen. PIC: Jemima Coad
PROMPT: Member for Light Tony Piccolo wasted no time on learning he had been appointed the Minister for Police, Correctional Services, Emergency Services and Road Safety in the new Weatherill Labor Government while also retaining the Disability portfolio. On Friday he gathered local representatives from the respective bodies to inform them he will be working hard with them. Mr Piccolo is pictured with, back row, from left, Operations Response manager Mat Brooks, District Officer Northern Adelaide Wayne Palmer, Deputy Team Leader Nathan Roger, Senior Officer Phil Marsden, Regional Officer Tanya Kuiper, Senior Firefighter Kevin Fischer, Regional Officer Tony Whitehorn, Station Officer Stephen Smith and Chief Inspector Alex Zimmermann. Front, from left, Chief Inspector Keryl Howie, Deputy Team Leader Mish Stanton, Mr Piccolo, CFS Regional Commander John Hutchins and Senior firefighter Gary McLennan.
REPTILE SHOW: Benjamin Horton, proprietor of SPADE Snake Catching and Education in the Barossa Valley, was a huge hit at the Kapunda Farm Fair last weekend, with thousands of people attending his demonstrations. After each demonstration people got up close and personal with the reptiles, and had theirphoto taken with the crocodile, or one of the carpet pythons that was on display.Benjamin is pictured with a freshwater crocodile, ‘Toothless’, and an Albino OlivePython, ‘007’.
HOME TOWN WIN: Karizma Miss, trained on the track at Gawler by John Vandermyle, and ridden by New South Wales apprentice Taylor Marshall has an easy win in the Lest We Forget Handicap at the ANZAC Day race meeting.
MOTHER’S Day arrived early for Williamstown’s Sally Fromm.Last week, Sally’s 19-month-old daughter Laila called out “Mumma” for thefirst time. What makes that word so special is that Laila was only given a 50-50chance of survival at birth and at one stage it was feared she may never talk.“It was something special, that’s for sure,” Sally said.“But Laila is just remarkable herself and is definitely Ryan (Sally’shusband) and my little miracle.”Life has dealt Sally some tough cards but she remains always smiling and says, “there are others a lot worse off.”Her mum Joan passed away about two years ago. Then when Laila wasbeing born she was diagnosed with evolving cerebral palsy after suffering hypoxic ischaemic encephalopathy robbing her brain of adequate oxygen.She was flown to the Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Adelaide and her diagnosis worsened as she suffered multiple organ failure.“But we learned quickly that Laila is a fighter,” Sally said. “Her organs recovered but because of the lack of oxygen to her brain during birth, she was left with moderate to severe brain abnormality.“We were told she may never see, hear or talk but now, 19 months later, Lailais defying the team of specialists who look after her with her improvement.”Sally said her daughter was going through a critical stage now where mostbabies are learning to walk.“It is like her brain is not telling her muscles to relax so we have to do a lot ofphysio work getting her to try and stand so her hips and pelvis become strongerto eventually enable her to support her weight.“Laila is not always that happy about having to stand up and support herself but with her fighting spirit is adjusting.”For the Fromms there are up to five trips to Adelaide a week for specialist appointments and treatment.Andrew and Vanessa Seppelt, co-owners of Murray Street Vineyards atGreenock, friends of the Fromms, came up with a typical Barossa venture toassist with the costs for Laila’s treatment.They have created a signature 2013 Laila Marsanne Semillon.The wine is available from Murray Street Vineyards and TeAro Estate Wines inWilliamstown.Sales of the wine will fund Laila’s conductive education and specialised rehabilitation treatment.Mother’s Day, this Sunday, will be a very special one in the Fromm household forthe little miracle and her special “Mumma.”HAPPY FAMILY: Sally, Laila and Ryan Fromm.lynasautogroup老域名WH1883240+8563 2045Everything we do is driven by you
TRINITY BaCoNEERS TEAM: In costume while in the US, from left, Daniel Nickson, Jaskirat Grover, Tristan Seppelt, Hayden Frankhuisen, Glenn Walsh, Haydn Trigg, Evan Wolfendale, Jarrett Wilson and Ben Axford.
GIVING SCHUBERT A VOICE: Stephan Knoll, Member for Schubert, gave his first speech in Parliament House on Tuesday, May 20.
ADVICE: Phil Fechner umpired his 500th game for the Barossa, Light and Gawler Football Association at Nuriootpa on Saturday. Fechner, and former umpiring colleague, Peter Mitchell were in charge of the Nuriootpa -Tanunda Reserves clash at Nuriootpa. At threequarter time Phil bounded into the grandstand, perhaps seeking advice from spectators on how to improve his performance.
The man in the suit, Geoffrey Langhans from Happy Valley, was a person of interest in Sunday’s Jacob’s Creek Barossa Marathon Running Festival around they valley. Geoffrey’sattire appeared to bring a smile to the face of Kimberley Maiolo
TEAMWORK: Father and daughter Gareth and Caitlin Prothero weathered the rain to umpire the reserves game between Barossa District and Nuriootpa at Williamstown on Saturday.Gareth is in his third year of field umpiring while Caitlin, 15, is in her second year of running the boundary.
EXCITED: Phillip Schmaal, chairman of the Barossa Co-Op (left) with chief executive Graeme Longmuir want to help cater for the next generation with a $10 million development.
TOSSING IT AWAY: Angaston footballer Warren Hughes is giving up playing and has no need for his football or headguard. Hughes works for racehorse trainer Tony McEvoy but racehorse Jimando showed no interest in the life-changing decision.
NEW MANAGER: Tourism Barossa is pleased to welcome Andrew Dundon as the 2015 Barossa Vintage Festival manager. From left, Cathy Wills, Regional Tourism manager at Tourism Barossa, Andrew Dundon and Chris Pfeiffer, Chairperson Tourism Barossa.
MUDDY: The Tanunda Recreation Park complex is the chosen venue for the 2014 Barossa, Light and Gawler football and netball grand finals but league directors have expressed a concern whether the football oval and netball courtswill be ready by Saturday, September 20. Wet weather has caused issues and Football Club president Dan Eggleton is up to his ankles in mud following recent rains. The finals did go ahead and it was a spectacular day.
RETAIL MARKETING COLLABORATION: The Ehrenberg-Bass Institute for Marketing Science at Univeristy of South Australia has teamed together with The Co-op to create a shopping centre that customers want. From left, chief executive officer of The Co-op, Graeme Longmuir, pictured withDr Svetlana Bogomolova, Steven Dunn, Amy Wilson and William Caruso from the Ehrenberg-Bass Institute for Marketing Science at the University of South Australia’s Business School.
BAKE OFF: Scott Redden and Barb Buggy with their award winning Lavosh style crispbreads, which they lovingly hand make in their Greenock kitchen
WINNERS: Barossa Valley Brewing took out top honours at the Royal Adelaide Beer Awards.
TEAM BAROSSA: Merv Storton, left, with his wife Julie and fellow South Australia rider John Coulis are participating the Black Dog Ride Around Australia to raise awareness for depression and suicide prevention.
REWARDED: Pat and Barry O’Brien (left) with Robert and Sue Laidlaw. After Barry and Robert were awarded with life membership of the South Australian Baseball League.
WINNER: Todd Barry, 18, riding in the Swann Insurance 24-hour trial which he won.
GOURMET: A few of the members of the Barossa … Be Consumed committee. From left, Marty Powell, Nicole Hodgson,chairperson, Charles Edwards, Bob Heinicke, Tania Shirgwin, Cassie Ferrett and Andrew Houey.
PROUD HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES: Some of the JT Johnson & Sons team from back left, Chris Johnson, Robbie Johnson and John Nitschke. From front, Trevor Leslie, Denis Johnson and Mark Johnson.
FOR THE COMMUNITY: John Feltus, chairperson of the Vine Inn Barossa, left, with general manager Chris Linden after the Vine Inn won the award for excellence at the 2014 AHA awards.
HERITAGE POLICY AMENDMENTS: Light Regional Council’s working party members looking over the heritage policy conservation area maps of LRC townships that have been reduced, from left Craig Doyle,Lisa Sappio, Deane Rohrlach, Nathan Cunningham and Andrew Chown.
FANTASTIC: Ryan, Sally and Laila Fromm, at the ‘Day For Laila’celebrations at Nuriootpa.
BID FOR HOUSE MAIDS: From left, Melissa Schiller, Vicki Norton, Regan Schiller, Samantha Smith and Lachlan Fidge, preparing for their four hour house chore gig with the winning bidder.
CELEBRATION: Members of the 1964 premiership winning Lyndoch colts team gathered at Lyndoch oval on Saturday to reminisce about the day and the season, which saw the team lose only one match. Pictured were: Back row, from left:Robbie Whiteman, Bim Lange, John Turvey, Trevor Polkinghorne, Barry Steinberner and Gary Rosenzweig. 3rd row: Mick Fromm, Dean Whiteman, Glen Noll and Buck Harris. 2nd row: Jon Fechner, Syd Cundy, Brian Pinson and Peter Auricht.Front: David Fechner, Dave Grovermann, Joe Mahlo, Mick Koch, Ken Joyce and Merv Alcorn.
REGULARS: A group of friends from the Barossa and Adelaide regions enjoyed a day out at Gibson Wines during the 2014 Barossa … Be Consumed Gourmet Weekend. From left, Becky, Ash, Roxy, Johnny, Izzy, Steph, Jacquie and Cheryl.
WELCOME: The 2015 Barossa Young Ambassadors. From left, Nicole Leaney, 24, Angaston, (The Louise), Courtney Nourse, 22, Nuriootpa, (Stephan Knoll MP), Dana Roocke, 22, Nuriootpa, (Nuriootpa Traders), Mitchell Boeschen, 21,Prospect, (Langmeil Wines/Studying Oenology), Kate Matthews, 18, Greenock, (Jacobs Creek Visitor Centre/Wanera Wine Bar), Ben O’Dowd, 24, Nuriootpa,(Barossa Cheese), Briony Kyloh, 24, Brompton, (Hentley Farm), Laura Romeo, 23,Munno Para West, (Novotel Barossa), Stacy Baldwin, 25, Tanunda, (Visitor Information Centre – Tanunda), and Anthea MacDonald, 18, Tanunda, (Charles Melton Wines).
COMMUNITY SHED VISITORS: Gilbert Valley Men’s Shed visitors from left Ken Churcher, Ross McDonald, Bob Tee, Guy Franke, Ron Voellner, Bob Bunker with Kapunda Community Shed members, Les Pfeiffer, Dean Hutchison, Colin King, Barrie Searles, Paul Towner, Paul Smith,Colin Hampel, John Huntley, James Blackmore (Light Regional Council), Tim Harris, John (Gilbert Valley), Hurk and Owen Cavanagh.
KNOWLEDGE: Ben Melham, Victorian jockey, reading the form guide before the Balaklava Cup.
WINNERS: Trainer Tony McEvoy (right) with stable foreman Warren Hughes and the Balaklava Cup trophies after the win by Longshoreman.
GET CREATIVE: Marty Powell, Brand Ambassador at Murray Street Vineyards, left, with Andrew Dundon, Barossa Vintage Festival manager bouncing around some event ideas for Murray Street Vineyard to host during the 2015 BarossaVintage Festival.
BEST AND FAIREST: South Gawler’s Karina Cook was named best and fairest in senior one for the 2014 season at the Barossa, Light and Gawler Netball Association awards night at The Terrace Function Centre in Gawler on Saturday night. In 2013, Karina shared the award with four others in an historic five-way tie but this season the star goalie was a clear winner by five votes.
CUP WIN: Boristar, ridden by Jamie Kah, wins the 2014 PD Excavations Gawler Cup on Sunday.
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