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Aid workers vist
STUDENTS at Spring
Head Lutheran School
in Mt Torrens were
visited by the Australian
Lutheran World Service
(ALWS) last month and
learned about aid work
in some of the poorest
communities on the
Spring Head, along with
other Lutheran schools
across the Hills and
Australia, are taking part
in “awareness days”,
which educate students
about the impact of
environmental issues on
poor communities in the
In 2014 a number of
Lutheran primary schools
across the Hills were all
involved in an ALWS
project to raise money
for a medical centre in
This year schools,
including Spring Head,
will work towards
and infrastructure to
TOP LEFT: Spring
Head students Lilly
Mathews, left, Jonathan
Darwin and Tillie
Kowald sample some
Cambodian dishes with
ALWS worker Julie
Spring Head students
Jude Lane, Tim
Holdback and Bradley
LEFT: Lily Dunbar and
Sydnee Collins at work.
Isabelle Roberts (Prince George) and Mia Ozolins
(Zebra) in a “run off ” at the St Michael’s Lutheran
Primary School Sports Day.
St Michael’s Lutheran
Primary School staff
and students held
their annual Sports
Day on March 18.
all students had a
great day filled with
fun, laughter and an
all round good time.
Holding the winning
trophy are Prince
George captains Lily
Botten, left, and Josh
Rebekah Hilton and
Madi Swain got into
the spirit of Sports
Day at St Michael’s
Claudine Burgess, left, and Tricia La Bella.
AFTER going through the trauma of
cancer, Claudine Burgess of Aldgate
has developed an on line program to
support others going through the same
With her business partner Tricia La
Bella of Highbury, she has set up the
Breathe for Life journal that takes people
from diagnosis, through treatment and
“The journal brings ways to move from
‘fright to mighty’, from a feeling of no
control to the mighty, where you feel
more confident and resourced to tackle
what is ahead,” says Claudine.
The program takes a one-to-one
approach via the internet or phone, to
suit personal and specific situations.
For further information, and a
complimentary introductory session,
Claudine and Tricia are also running
a free workshop, Keep Doing, at The
Hut Community Centre at Aldgate, on
Tuesday, April 19, at 9.30am.
They are encouraging people to consider
something they’ve always wanted to do,
but thought impossible.
The workshop helps people to build
skills and tools to move in the direction
of their desire, overcome obstructions
and cope with challenges.
Participants will create their own ‘vision
box’, and are asked to take a shoe box or
craft box, magazine of their choice, and
Bookings at The Hut, phone 8339 4400.
Mt Lofty Districts
president Ann Herraman,
left, and Mt Lofty
National Trust chairman
Lyn Radzievicius look
through the History
Second permanent art gallery
THE first exhibition at the new Worth Gallery at
Kent Town features work by 21 artists from the
Hills, SA and interstate.
Aptly named Open the exhibition was launched by
Nick Linke, partner in the Fisher Jeffries law firm.
He congratulated proprietor Amy Sierp-Worth of
Stirling on opening her second permanent physical
The Kent Town gallery is an addition to The Barn
at Aldgate, established by Amy nearly two years
ago, and her on line gallery, set up in 2011. She also
presents exhibitions at the Fisher Jeffries foyer space,
Adelaide Oval, wineries and other premises.
Amy said the exhibition was a showcase of work by
a selection of the artists from The Barn and also her
The Kent Town gallery is located at 20 The Parade
West, open Tuesdays–Fridays, 10am–3pm, Saturdays
9.30am–12.30pm, or by appointment.
Open continues until April 29. For further
information visit worthgallery.com.
Kari Bienert of Clarendon, left, Amy Sierp-Worth and her daughter Ruby, Richard Musgrave-Evans
of Aldgate, Monika Morgenstern of Mt Barker, and Nick Linke.
Aldgate artist Ed Douglas and his wife Bet
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