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CUMMINS CONNECTION

MARCH 2014

Happy 10th Birthday Cummins


perhaps a bit of inconvenience for the customers, but the results speak for themselves. In October 2007 we had a Store Opening. Soon we were requiring more store room space. So began the extension of our store room incorporating a new Freezer. The new store room was complete by November 2010, just in time for our Harvest/Christmas rush. Thankfully power outages are a thing of the past for us, at the end of 2012 we upgraded our existing Generator to fully run the store. By now you have probably noticed our new delivery van, making it easier for us to do the deliveries around town. So here we are ten years down the track. So starting on Wednesday 19th March until Friday 21st of March we will be having a Birthday Sale. Keep a check on your mail as we will be sending out a mailer. This will let you know all about our 3 Day Birthday Sale. There will be heaps of great specials, a free raffle, a free sausage sizzle and more. Radio 5cc will be doing a Live broadcast from the front of the store on Friday 21st March. So come on down to the store and be a part of our Birthday celebrations. This is our way of saying Thank you, the customer, for your support over the last 10 years, and we look forward to that continuing. Our weekly brochure starts each Wednesday through to Tuesday and is now being distributed by mail, it is also available via the website www.iga.net.au. We use local suppliers where possible. We have a great range of trayed meat and chicken products. These are sourced from Cummins Meat Store, Lincoln South Butchers, Ingham`s,

136TH EDITION

ow, where has the time gone?

On the 22nd of March 2004, Christine & Toby Kennett and Leanne & Darren Kelly took over Cummins IGA. I guess its a very common thing that whenever you do something new or big you hit the ground running. Well, when we took over, it was two weeks before the Annual Kalamazoo, and three weeks before Easter! What where we thinking!! So from our busy beginning the pace has remained. In July 2004 we upgraded our Fruit and Vegetable Cabinet, giving us so much more space to display our stock. A huge asset for the fresh department. Late January 2006 saw us upgrade to our Point of Sale (the checkout registers). Lovely state of the art computer touch screens! In January 2007 we started our major store upgrade and extension. Toby had the role of storeman, his meticulous planning enabled a very smooth time for all, using all Local Builders and Tradesmen. By July the same year, we were operating from the new store through wonderful new electronic doors. During that time the store remained open for business. Certainly there was a fair bit of dust, noise, and

Lilydale Free Range Poultry and Cordina Chickens. We also stock Flour and Pre mixes from the Cummins Milling Company. We have bunches of flowers from Coolangatta Cut Flowers, we stock Sweet Heart Honey from Nick & Amy Maddern. Our single bread rolls are from 5 Loaves Bakery. We stock Buns and Pies from Boston Bakery and Rawles Country Bake supply us with Buns, Crusty Cob loaves and packs of bread rolls. We range the Lincoln Estate Olive Oil and our Local Free Range Eggs are from Alpine Eggs Bronwyn Mickan. We also have an extensive range of Beerenberg products, have you tried the Beerenberg Chili Jam? It`s lovely with a wedge of Camembert cheese and a cracker biscuit. At Cummins IGA we have our Community Chest Fund. Keep a check on the brochure and you will notice certain special items that are flagged with the Community Chest Logo. Each time these items are purchased money is put aside, which accumulates throughout the year. Each November we decide the recipient. The recipient for 2013 is the Cummins & Districts Enterprise Committee Wheat Lumper Statue. This is a wonderful way that you can help us help the community. Our Fruit and Veg is delivered three times a week, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. We strive to have the freshest possible stock for you at all times. Darren is constantly talking to our fruit and veg buyer about quality, availability and price. Our motto is if I won`t buy it don`t expect someone else to.
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We stock a large range of Grocery, Fruit and Veg, Dairy, Frozen, Bakery and Variety. The Sunday Mail is also available for purchase Sunday mornings. Our rotisserie Hot Chickens are available week days, feel free to order them in advance, it certainly saves disappointment. Darren often tells me he doesn`t feel like cooking tea because he`s just cooked tea for half the town! Call in today and say hello to our friendly staff- Bronwyn, Sonia, Jenni, Karyn, Tania, Kelly, Rosy, Barry, Anthony, Caitlyn & Samara. Our junior staff- Sascha, Amber, Demi, Kate, Rylee, Caitlin, Tara, Cassie, Bree-Anne, Jaxen, Riley and Tom. We are all here to assist you in any way that we can. If you are after a particular item that we don`t already stock please ask and we will endeavour to source that item. We are open 7 days a week. Monday- Friday 8:30am-6pm. Saturday and Sunday 9am-1pm. With restricted trading on public holidays. We have a Bendigo Bank ATM located in store. Phone, email or fax orders are welcome, and we offer home deliveries within the Cummins township.

Cummins-Yeelanna RSL Sub-Branch

Dawn Service & Memorial Dedication


Friday, 25 April 2014 7.30am RSL Garden of Remembrance Tumby Bay Road, Cummins

Cummins IGA How the Locals like it


Phone 86762004 Fax 86762430 Email darren@cumminsiga.com.au

Cummins Memorial Recreational Centre

are holding their AGM on 17 March 2014 at 7.30pm, CWA Building, Cummins. ALL sporting bodies are required to have two (2) delegates attend. Interested persons are welcome to attend.

CHIROPRACTOR
Now at a location near you! Cummins - Tuesday & Friday am Port Lincoln - Monday to Friday For appointments call Port Lincoln Chiro 8683 0899

Cummins-Yeelanna RSL Sub-Branch

AGM
Tuesday, 11 March 2014 - 8pm RSL Hall, Cummins All members and interested persons are invited to attend. Apologies to Meg 0428 365 470.

PUBLIC MEETING FOR REVIEW OF CURRENT DESIGN ELEMENTS UPGRADE OF BRUCE TERRACE, CUMMINS (from Meikle Street to Hall Street) Notice is hereby given that the District Council of Lower Eyre Peninsula will be holding a public meeting at 6pm on Tuesday 11 March 2014 in the Council Chambers 32 Railway Terrace Cummins. RW Pearson Chief Executive Officer

Bridge
Bridge players meet 1.00pm every Monday in the Cummins Hotel lounge. If you can play Bridge we would love to see you there. You would be made very welcome. Any person wanting to learn the card game Bridge please contact Janette on 8676 2227.

Return Soldiers Perspective


Cummins-Yeelanna RSL Branch Dinner & Caberet

Saturday 26th April 2014 6.30pm for 7pm start Cummins Aerotech Hangar $50 per person Featuring Local Entertainment And Ian Doyle as MC Tickets on sale from 14th March 2014 9.30am 2pm At Five Loaves Bakery See Fiona Dahlitz Then at MGA or Bascombes Autoag NO pre Ordering or Table Bookings For More Information/ Tickets Contact Lorrae Lawrie 0427867850 Jacinta Howell 0429080185

Raising funds for our local RSL

Cummins Hotel
AFL & GFL $20 Entry
AFL Prizes 1st $500 Cash 2nd Keg of Beer 3rd Carton of Beer Great Weekly Prizes for Top Tippers
Phone Cummins Hotel 86762002 Call in for more information or to place your name into our competition. Entries and cash in before the first round. 1st Round 14th March 2014

Footy Tipping 2014

Respect our community facilities


In recent times it has been very disappointing to hear and see first-hand how a select few school age children have been treating change rooms at both the brand new Rec Centre building and the Sports Complex Hall. It appears this select few take no responsibility for their behaviour when using these facilities and in fact find it entertaining to block up sewer and plumbing pipes with things such as excessive amounts of toilet paper and toilet paper rolls, and in a more recent times a pair of boys grey school shorts. Other incidents reported include hand soap being spread around the entire change room, wetting toilet paper and throwing it against walls and ceilings, breaking fixtures and fittings and placing plugs into drains before turning on taps and leaving the room to flood. These incidents are occurring in both female and male toilets. As a result of this behaviour I will be taking particular steps to find out who is responsible and hold them accountable. This will include gathering information from supervising staff and random visits by the Police. Anyone found taking part in this behaviour may experience legal ramifications including being banned from the facility and in addition to the facility seeking compensation for cleaning and repair costs. I ask all parents to please make it known to your children what has been occurring and what is and isnt acceptable when using these facilities. I have already discussed alternative measures with some swimming pool committee members in order to prevent this type of behaviour if it continues. These suggestions are far from ideal and would impact on every individual wanting to use these facilities and are seen as a last resort.
If you have any concerns or require clarification on any issue, I encourage you to call the Cummins Police Station on 08 8676 2001 or email me on john.randall@police.sa.gov.au B/Sgt John RANDALL O/C CUMMINS Police Station

Noels Flyscreen Service


Do you need new flyscreens or doors?
I can build them including security, ornamental, old farmhouse style or just plain flyscreen doors. All colours available. I re-mesh flyscreens and doors in all types of mesh.

Are you tired of your sliding screen doors falling off their tracks?
I build new doors that wont fall off. Tracks can be recapped in stainless steel, rollers replacedand locks replaced with quality equipment.

Free security advice - retired 33 years in SAPOL I come to you! - little or no travel fees

Serving the Lower Eyre Peninsula

16 Greenly Avenue, Coffin Bay 5607 Phone 0400 233 366

Position Vacant
Cummins A&H Society

The Cummins & District Enterprise Committee would like to sincerely thank Tom, Deb and the staff at Cummins Takeaway & Deli for their hard work and dedication to keeping the Cummins Caravan Park clean and well maintained. An Environmental Health inspection was conducted at the park on February 5 and the Environmental Health Officer found that the park was being operated at a very high standard. Keep up the good work!

ThankYou!

The Cummins Show is looking for a person interested in taking on the position of SECRETARY/TREASURER. An honorarium is paid for this role. Anyone interested in this role can contact Jenni Stephenson 0428 323 578 Graeme Fuss 0428 867 621 for more information.

Volunteers Wanted!
We are looking for volunteers to work in the canteen for the School Sports Day on Friday, 7th March. If there are any members who would like to help out it would be really appreciated. Please ring Heather on 0429 082 656.

ToWhomItMayConcern: TheCumminsGymnastic&KindergymClubInc.iscurrentlybuildinganewtrainingfacilityto accommodateourgrowingnumbers. Onthe4thApril2014weareholdingaWesternRumpandReddinnerincludingaGoodsandServices Auctiontohelpraisefunds. We are currently seeking donations from our patrons and local businesses to auction off on the night. Donations can include anything from gift baskets, accommodation, fishing trips, vouchers, sporting memorabilia; and other services such as electrical, cleaning, plumbing, babysitting, gardening and cooking. ToshowourappreciationwewillpromoteyourbusinessinournewslettersandonourFacebookpage. https://www.facebook.com/CumminsGymnasticsandKindergymClubInc Also on the night we will mention your business throughout the evening and will include your business in our thank you, which willbeinthelocalpaperandCumminsConnection. If you are interested in donating to our major fundraising evening we can be contacted either by email orphone,wewillalsofollowupwithaphonecall. Thankyou ChazLetton:chaz@cumminsbe.com.auor0428768005. TiffFirth:katmfirth@bigpond.comor0428762931

Box191.Cummins.SA5631

Coming to Cummins on April 26th Kev Warrens

(weather permitting)

If you have ever dreamt of flying in a jet fighter then you wont want to miss a once in a lifetime opportunity to play out the Top Gun dream in an Aero L-39 Albatros.
An Adventure flight with Port Lincoln Jet Adventures will typically last for 20 minutes and costs $1200. Flight duration can be upgraded to 30 minutes for $1500. or longer by negotiation. Bookings are essential and a 50% deposit payment is required at the time of booking.

Looking for two potential Top Gun Pilots to book a seat each to bring the jet to Cummins and return to Port Lincoln
For further information contact Jacinta Howell 0429 080185

World Day of Prayer 2014


The Cummins Anglicans are hosting WORLD DAY OF PRAYER this year. It will be held in St Simon and St Jude Anglican Church on Friday 7th March at 5 p.m. The country of study is Egypt and the guest speaker for that evening will be ROSII PEDLER. The service will be followed by a pooled tea (finger food). This is a very enjoyable evening, where all churches/people can come and share the evening, food and fellowship. EVERYONE is WELCOME. So come along and join us in this ecumenical get together. Gladys Hall (President) & Wendy Treloar (Secretary)

Autumn Checklist
Remove undergrowth & dead vegetation Check for ANY fire hazards and remove Seek Council permission for a burn-off Monitor any fire restrictions

Trading Table
Election Day - 15 March 2014 8.30am start in front of the Cummins Institute Saleable goods are greatly appreciated Foods may be left the day before with Jan Phelps or Janette Haarsma

Cummins Hospital Auxiliary

Prepare Act Survive


Website: www.cfs.sa.gov.au Phone: Bushfire Information Hotline on 1300 362 361 Radio: 1485AM - ABC Port Lincoln 891AM - ABC Adelaide 765AM - 5CC 89.9FM - Magic FM

Miroma Place

Volunteers Required
Would you like to be included with a group of people to help entertain residents at Miroma Place? It will be done on a roster system. Please contact Janette on 8676 2227 if you are interested.

be in original containers (drumMUSTER eligible) have readable product labels not be mixed with any other product
Collection is available for chemicals that do not meet these requirements, a per lt/kg fee is applicable

MARCH 2014

CUMMINS HOTEL
OPEN 7 DAYS PHONE 8676 2002 EMAIL cumminshotel@bigpond.com

FOOD
Daily

BEVERAGE
$13.90

ENTERTAINMENT
Saturday 8th March

lunch Specials
Roast & Chef Creation Daily

Beer Of The Month

Jay Hoad

Monday

Seniors Day
Wednesday Friday

$10.90

West End Draught


Pint $6.00 Sch$4.00

Saturday 22nd March

Lightning Jack Bridge Group


Players Welcome Monday 1pm

Schnitzel Day From $10.90 Seafood Day from $13.90

Coopers Pale Ale


Pint $6.50 Sch $4.50

SPONsOR NEWs
Good luck to all teams in the Great Flinders Cricket league with your up coming finals campaign. Thankyou for your support in this 2013/14 season.

FOOTY TIPPING
Footy tipping is now open for the 2014 season. $20 entry gets you into two footy tipping competitions AFL and after a successful comp last year the GFFL tipping. Great flinders last year was a tight competition within four points. Weekly bonus points kept things interesting with points rewarded for tipper picking or guessing margin for each game If interested call the hotel or come in and register your name AFL season soon approaching. Starting March 14th.

District Council of Lower Eyre Peninsula

Local Update
The District Council of Lower Eyre Peninsula considers it important to ensure information regarding council matters is known within the community. Elected members have endorsed the plan for regular updates to be included in local community newsletters. The Council information is a selection taken from the agenda and/or minutes of each monthly meeting. Full details are available online: www.lowereyrepeninsula.sa.gov.au or copies of the council minutes and agendas are available at the Council Office and at the Community Library. COUNCIL NEWS - from meeting held on 21st February 2014 WORKS MANAGER REPORT
Within the past month the following work has been undertaken: Construction Report Sullivan Drive - sub base is to be carted and will be laid out this month. Work has commenced on the tie-ins to the existing road network. 2. Penmarric Lane - earthworks have commenced and stormwater pipe is being installed. 3. Main Street, Edillilie - pine trees have been removed and waiting on final design. 4. Archie Griffiths Road Railway Crossing - at the time of this report, sealing has commenced at the railway crossing. The prime had been laid on 7 February with the follow up two coat seal being carried out on 10 February. 5. Howard Avenue Water Pipes - a contractor has replaced 2 water pipes along Howard Avenue, this should bring closure to an ongoing matter concerning the original private water pipes that were located in the Right of Way before Howard Avenue became a public road. 1. Maintenance Report 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. The undermined Coffin Bay Foreshore concrete boardwalk path near the playground has been repaired. Removal of trees and limbs across the district that have blown down from strong winds. Council reserves have had general maintenance completed. Road side furniture has been repaired. Rusted jetty handrails have been painted. Sealing preparation works have been completed on Bratten Way with edge work and potholes being repaired. Sealing preparation work has been carried out with a 7mm emulsion seal being applied to the widened school car park area adjacent the Poonindie School. 8. General maintenance works at Cummins Institute are being carried out.

PROPOSED SKATEPARK - CUMMINS AND COFFIN BAY


After public consultation the following has been agreed by Council: 1. That Council proceed with the construction of a skatepark facility on Morgan Reserve, Coffin Bay as proposed; 2. That Council representatives meet with the Cummins Recreation Grounds Committee to seek consideration of the placement of the skatepark within the grounds and to resolve any issues such as insurance and maintenance and a report be referred to the March 2014 Council Meeting; and 3. The respondents be thanked for their submissions and advised of the decision of Council. Six submissions from the public were received about this project.

AIRPORT MANAGER report on airport usage


Passenger numbers for January 2014 were 15,841 representing a 3.3% decrease from the previous month and an increase of 2% for the corresponding period in 2013. The 100 thousandth passenger to transit through the new Airport Terminal since it opened on 6 August 2013 was acknowledged at a small ceremony on Tuesday 11 February. The passenger, Mr Anthony Petherick arrived on Regional Express flight ZL4356 at 9.05am, Qantaslink and REX ground handling managers Kathy Nottle and Mike Scarman collaborated by presenting a gift to Mr Petherick. Southern Cross News and the Port Lincoln times were in attendance with Mayor Julie Low publicly congratulating the passenger. Qantaslink agents Eyre Travel received confirmation from Qantaslink management on 10 February that Port Lincoln Airport was ranked number one in the Qantaslink regional and rural airports network for the month of January 2014; the rating is based on turnaround time, operations and facilities management. Port Lincoln Airport is consistently ranked in the top 10 for the network and the Airport Manager discussed the ranking with Eyre Travel with a view to continue improving operational aspects of the airport in order to retain the high ranking. Continued over the page

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District Council of Lower Eyre Peninsula

Local Update
Regional Express 4798 Qantaslink 2250 Air Charter 1552 Fire Operations 104 Freight 1826 Government contractors 24 Defence 86 General Aviation 1870 Recreational Aviation 882 RFDS 784 Total Movements 14,176

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A summary of aircraft movements for the calendar year 2013 is provided as airport usage for 2013 (landing/takeoff combined):

Park and that a schedule of capital and operating costs and car park charges be included in the draft Annual Business Plan 2014/15 for further consideration.

HEALTH
Mr K Simmonds - Food Business Inspections Update Mr Simmonds, a qualified Environmental Health Officer, who was recently contracted to undertake food business inspections under the Food Act 2001, has submitted a report to Council following inspections during the week of 3 February 2014. Inspections were carried out at high-risk food premises and accommodation, hairdressers and beauty salons at Cummins, Coffin Bay and North Shields. Mr Simmonds found that two outstanding features observed were the amount of good quality stainless steel preparation areas and good food hygiene practices, especially the refrigeration, wrapping of food in plastic and use of air-tight containers. Further inspections will be conducted in June 2014 that will include high-risk food premises, sporting clubs and the swimming pool.

PORT LINCOLN AIRPORT CAR PARK MANAGEMENT


Check out the comprehensive report for considering management of the car parking at the Port Lincoln Airport available in agenda for the meeting on line or print version at Council Office. After discussion the Council accepted the following recommendation: That Council accept in principle the implementation of paid car parking for the Terminal Car

Cummins & District War Memorial Swimming Pool

Cummins Stitchers
Meet every second Friday of each month. Cummins Hall Supper room at 7.30pm. Program available. All welcome. Membership now due.

Bottle & Can Drive


This year the Pool Committee have decided to hold another Bottle & Can Drive. Instead of collecting on a Sunday we are asking the Community if they would like to drop off their recycling to the depot and it wil be sorted with all funds to go to the Swimming Pool. These funds wil help pay for a loan that the pool took out to contribute to the new building and also we have installed Solar Heating at the pool to make swimming comfortable for our Members and the Community. If you would like youre recycling to be collected please contact Heather 0429 082 656 and we wil arrange to collect it if possible. We would once again like to thank the Community for being so generous to such a wonderful facility that everyone can use and be proud of.

Saucy Day in Cummins


5th April 2014

Sorry for any inconvenience. If you have made your sauce hang on to it and enter it in the Cummins Show in October.

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