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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : December 10th 2008
26 INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, December 11, 2008 MB NEWS Kamahl's sounds of Christmas You can win Kamahl's Christmas CD. JUST in time to provide the perfect atmos- phere for Christmas present unwrapping and the family feast, Australia's favourite crooner Kamahl has released a CD of 21 favourite Christmas songs. Christmas with Kamahl includes such traditional greats as When a Child is Born, Silent Night, The First Noel, O Come All Ye Faithful and a Christmas medley. And we have 100 copies to giveaway. For your chance to win, write on the back of an envelope why you would like to win a copy of Kamahl's Christmas CD. On the same envelope write your name address and daytime phone number and send entries to Kamahl's Christmas CD Giveaway PO Box 6062 Parramatta Busi- ness Centre 2150. The judge's decision is final. And if you don't win, you can get your own copy of Christmas with Kamahl or his other current hit CD Kamahl: Faith of our Fathers for $15 each or $19 for both simply by phoning 9390 5400. His DVD, Kamahl: My Way, An Impossible Dream is available for just $20 on the same phone number. Any personal information you provide will be used for this competition alone, will not be provided to any third party and will be destroyed following this competition. Full terms and conditions are available at www.innerwestweekly.com.au Fun for radio heads Vega 95.3fm's Chris North will be broadcasting from Sydney Olympic Park next Tuesday from 9am-noon. ON tour, Vega 95.3fm will be broadcasting live from Sydney Olympic Park on Tuesday, December 16 -- giving locals a chance to be heard on radio, request a song and win great prizes. A stand will be stationed at the Aquatic Centre as part of the station's Summer Road Trip. Disc jockey Chris North will run the show from 9am to noon, following the summer breakfast team of Alex Dean and Seven newsreader Chris Bath. Residents will be given the opportunity to see how a radio station operates first-hand and will be able to request a song from the '70s, '80s and the best new music. Plenty of prizes will be up for grabs including CD packs, T-shirts, lollies and balloons. A handful of locals will also be given the chance to test their radio voice over the airwaves. Chris North will also interview guests about leisure activities and events in the area. For more on the vega 95.3fm Summer Road Trip visit: www.vega953.com.au Canada Bay Mayoral Column Mayor Angelo Tsirekas 2258191i iww wk24 Canada Bay Civic Centre 1A Marlborough Street, Drummoyne 2047 Locked Bag 1470, Drummoyne 1470 Ph: 02 9911 6555 Fax: 02 9911 6550 www.canadabay.nsw.gov.au firstname.lastname@example.org Christmas Events Council is holding a special Christmas event tonight (11 December) at 6.30pm at Fred Kelly Place, Five Dock. Santa Claus will make a guest appearance and there will be festive entertainment, activities and the launch of City of Canada Bay Christmas Traditions online book and the walk, shop and wheel promotion. Over the weekend of 13 and 14 December there will also be roving Christmas carollers in the shopping precincts of Wareemba, Cabarita, Mortlake, Chiswick and North Strathfield. Carols at Halliday Park Carols at Halliday Park, Five Dock is on again and will be held on Monday, 22 December beginning at 7pm. Come along and enjoy the Christmas spirit with carols and entertainment. Giving Tree Council has set up a giving tree at the Civic Centre, Five Dock Library and Concord Library. Any tinned or packaged food can be put under the tree and all items will be donated to the Exodus Foundation to feed the needy. Please give generously this Christmas. Marina at Kendall Bay Council has joined forces with local residents to oppose a proposed marina development at Kendall Bay. Council does support the proposed remediation of Kendall Bay and will be taking steps to achieve a positive outcome in regard to this. Council also plans to take whatever steps necessary to protect the public use of the foreshore walk at Kendall Bay. We will continue to keep residents informed as further information comes to hand. Citizen of the Year Nominations Nominations for the 2008 Citizen of the Year awards are now open. The Citizen of the Year awards recognise our most outstanding and dedicated contributors and leaders. Awards are presented in the categories of Sport Citizen of the Year, Arts and Culture Citizen of the Year, Young Citizen of the Year (12 to 24 years of age) and the overall 2008 Citizen of the Year (age 25 years and over). For further information and to download a nomination form visit Council's website or contact Council on 9911 6555. Nominations close Wednesday, 7 January 2009 and winners will be announced on Australia Day 2009. Focus Groups - Ageing in Canada Bay Council is developing a Positive Ageing Strategy and is now holding a number of focus groups relating to the ageing population. Council would like as many people as possible to be involved in these groups. To register your interest contact Council's Community Services on 9911 6580. Other ways you can contribute are through discussion papers and a survey which will be available on Council's website and from our libraries and Senior Citizens Centres. Carols by Candlelight at Ashfield Park 2004894i iww wk23 News from Ashfield Council Don't miss Ashfield Council's Carols by Candlelight on Saturday 13 December from 6pm to 9pm at Ashfield Park . There will be delightful performances by local schools, church and community choirs. A sausage sizzle will also be available, cooked by the 1st Haberfield Scouts. Ashfield Council will provide fee Safe flame candles for the carols sing a long. Bring your rug and enjoy the carols. Ashfield Park is located on the corner of Parramatta Road and Orpington Street, Ashfield. For more information contact Ashfield Council on 9716 1902. Tel: (02) 9716 1800 | Fax: (02) 9716 1911 Customer Service Centre 260 Liverpool Road, Ashfield NSW 2131 email@example.com | www.ashfield.nsw.gov.au
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