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Title

Stop press

Other title

Coomalie Community Government Council newsletter

Creator

Coomalie Community Government Council

Collection

http://hdl.handle.net/10070/306525; Stop press; E-Journals; PublicationNT; Stop press; Coomalie Community Government Council newsletter

Date

2010-07-20

Location

Batchelor

Notes

Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).; This publication contains many links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.

Language

English

Subject

Coomalie (N.T.). Council; Decision making; Coomalie Region (N.T.); Politics and government; Periodicals

Publisher name

Commalie Community Government Council

Place of publication

Batchelor

Series

Stop press; Coomalie Community Government Council newsletter

Volume

July 2010 Edition - 20th July 2010

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright

Copyright owner

Coomalie Community Government Council.

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C00042

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/222281

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/691620

Page content

PAGE 15 PRESS JULY 2010 EDITION Community Recreation News Children paint up a storm in Batchelor! As part of the Coomalie Community Government Council (CCGC) School Holiday Program, an intensive 4 days of art workshops at the Batchelor Area School in preparation for this years Lingalonga Festival. Over the 4 day period, approximately 170 children attended from Batchelor and Adelaide River. Creative minds and busy hands painted relentlessly during the school holidays. Under the watchful eyes of Festival Director Marilyn Reeves and CCGC Recreation Officer, Lola, the children created a community banner, 8090 canvasses, an interesting art work made from 44 gallon drums and hand painted dozens of Bali flags (kindly sewn up Kay Nordern). All works had a bug theme in mind. Still to be finalised is a caterpillar to be made out of the remaining 44gallon drums. Not even the public toilets adjacent to the Town Oval survived unscathed! Under the guidance of our resident artist Anna Reynolds, the children were let loose on the loos! Without the assistance of Maccas Paints and the Northern Territory Government, this artistic work could not have been done. The Lingalonga Committee and the Council would like to thank all those that donated their time and expertise to ensure this 4 day event was a success. So many helpers (you know who you all are) thank you! To Principal Matt Watson from the Batchelor Area School, who opened his doors during the school holidays and to the staff that came in to help, a big thank you! It was lovely to see the community involved. Look out for the creations at the Lingalonga Festival on Saturday 31 July 8am til late. Visit www.lingalonga.org Dance NIGHT at the R U M J U N G L E T A V E R N 7.00pm SAT 21st August ROCK n ROLL to HIP HOP And everything in between


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