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v. 4 no. 5
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8 The Wagaitear, May 2006 Wagait Weed Week: 8th 12th May 2006 Date Activity Location Local hosts Monday 8th May Morning: Caltrop removal from tracks & firebreaks Early afternoon: Late afternoon: Weed workshop RUA West side Mandorah Pub Phil Adams: ph 8978 5204 (Landcare resident) Steve Brown: ph 8978 5044 Tuesday 9th May Morning: Mungalo Native plant nursery Early afternoon: Weed removal around native islands Late afternoon: Weed workshop Weed control beachfront Jacks place RUA West side Mandorah Pub Jack Ellis: ph 8978 5111 (nursery owner) Wednesday 10th May Morning: Weed control in drainage area Early afternoon: Caltrop removal from tracks; Bellyache bush survey; various Late afternoon: Weed control Rec Reserve RUA North Forsyth Rd Mark Speechly: ph 8978 5185 (Council groundsman) Thursday 11th May Morning: Aquatic weed surveys Early afternoon: Coffee bush control Late afternoon: Weed control beachfront Erickson Cres drain line; Imaluk Creek West Point Landcare site Mandorah Pub Friday 12th May 06 Morning: Early afternoon: Late afternoon: Coordinators: Roni Edgar, District Weeds Officer (NRETA) ph. 8999 2230 / 0427 272 586 Andy Lauder, Coastcare Facilitator (NRETA) ph. 0422 273 418 Darryl, Conservation Volunteers Australia (Greening Australia) ph. 8981 3206 Peter Clark, Cox Peninsula Council CEO ph. 8978 5185 Turning Liz into a fair dinkum Australian Wagait Beach residents are invited to any or all of these events, either as observers or to lend a hand. Liz Barry is now a fair dinkum Aussie and like her partner David, has a certificate to prove it. Cox Council president Denise Arratta performed the ceremony last month in front of a large group of friends and well-wishers. Liz, who claims to have been a proud Australian for years, was clearly delighted at the end of the simple but moving ceremony. And to prove it, she let go with a very convincing Oi,oi,oi in response to a chant of Aussie, Aussie, Aussie from her friends. Lizs natjuralisation was suitably launched with the appropriate refreshments after the ceremony. Left: Liz Barry with her certificate. Below: part of the audience. Right: Liz and David dinkum Aussies.
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