Flashback FridayBallarat social snaps from October, 2009

Posted on 20 April 2019

Flashback Friday | Ballarat social snaps from October, 2009 North Ballarat Football Club Presentation Dinner – Abby Papst, Kath Sharkie and Emma Jess.
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Jayco Herald Sun Tour – KIDS Foundation tent, Dawson Street Ballarat, during the bike tour. Kate O’Neill, Jen Hamilton-Browne and Bonnie Olsson..

North Ballarat Football Club Presentation Dinner – North Ballarat Rebels Josh Cowan, Chris Curran and Coaches Award Winner, Oliver Tate

North Ballarat Football Club Presentation Dinner – The North Ballarat Ladies Committee donated $6000 to the club; L-R; President Lorna Bromley, vice president Ann Russell and member Yvonne Bown.

North Ballarat Football Club Presentation Dinner – Peter, Stephen and Kate Clifton.

Ansonia Restaurant Opening Night – Tenille McLauchlan and Phoebe Coutts

Calisthenics Comp – South Street – Ocean Grove Calisthenics College, (Intermediates) in their march costume.

Marnie Newbound, 15, Ella Crabb, 15 and Zoe Karantzas, 16 from from the division three intermediate Calisthenic team, Highett Youth Club.

Seven-year-old Montanah McMillan – Forestry Fiesta at Creswick Market Square.

North Ballarat Football Club Presentation Dinner – Selkirk Roosters’ Reserves’ Best and Fairest – Hugh McDonald Memorial Trophy winner, Nick Peters.

Ansonia Restaurant Opening – Mechelle Bartholomeusz & Chris Browning

Ansonia Restaurant Opening – Courtney Carthy and Ben Green

The opening of the Dimension Homes Display Centre: Robyn Brooks and Sue Haase.

The opening of the Dimension Homes Display Centre: Andrew Nicol, Paul Speechley, and Lauren Coker.

The opening of the Dimension Homes Display Centre: Anthony Quinney, Michael Brooks, and Alisha Brooks.

The opening of the Dimension Homes Display Centre: Mark Wall, Kyle Haase, Daryl Haase, and Brad Skinner.

L-R Liz Pulham, Simone Norman, Louise Pearce – Heart Foundation’s “Walktober 2009 – Step Into A Healthier Life” around Lake Wendouree.

L-R Judith Torpy and Gwen Sculley – Heart Foundation’s “Walktober 2009 – Step Into A Healthier Life” around Lake Wendouree.

Ashley Creasey, Jake Blake 6 year old Rhylee Porter, Christina Van Oostveen – Forestry Fiesta at Creswick Market Square.

Heart Foundation’s “Walktober 2009 – Step Into A Healthier Life” around Lake Wendouree – stilt walker Jamie Gleeson from the Ballarat Community Circus leads the schoolchildren and adults including mayor Cr Judy Verlin and Roosters player Tristan Cartledge around the lake.

Landmark Ballarat and Skipton branch manager Adrian Smith, left, assists managing director Graeme Jacobs officially open the new store at Skipton.

Laura Mengler took part in our preview to op shopping for the Spring Racing Carnival.

Dr. Jaycen Cruickshank (director of emergency medicine) and Leo Ryan with the tokens donated in stores for the BHS Base hospital.

Yentrac principal Rob McCartney with the top-priced ram at stud’s annual on-property sale at Burrumbeet.

Mininera farmer Kevin Liston, left, chats with brothers John and Paddy Kavanagh of Skipton, at the opening of the new Landmark store at Skipton.

Retired agricultural consultant George Lines, who lives in Skipton, signs the visitors’ book at the opening of the new Skipton store watched by Landmark agronomist Lee Connor and managing director Graeme Jacobs.

Former Westfarmers/Landmark employee Joe Gale, left, with former Wesfarmers/Landmark Skipton manager for 24 years Mel Harrison, long-term client Di Notman, of Mt Widderin Merinos, and Landmark employee (merchandise and sales) Lochie Bullen.

Central Highlands Women’s Co-operative celebrated the organisations 21st birthday.At the event from left to right are president of the Board of Governance CHWC Cora Wierenga, lawyer and family mediator Penny Wright and WRISC Program manager Lynden Baxter.

Linda King and Aileen Sainty – McCallum Disability Services annual general meeting at McCallum Disability Services Headquarters.

L-R Cindy Hutchison and Angela Connor: [email protected] and City of Ballarat hosting a business forum breakfast at The Boatshed on Lake Wendouree.

Angus, Naomi Irvin from Mojo consulting, Luke, Khaya, Alex, Jack, middle left Tom, Rivah front left Leala and Saskia: Preview to Springfest market Sunday with children from the Ballarat community circus.

L-R Peter Sporton and Leonie Crosbie – [email protected] and City of Ballarat hosting a business forum breakfast at The Boatshed on Lake Wendouree.

L-R Frances Salenga and Paul Xerri – [email protected] and City of Ballarat hosting a business forum breakfast at The Boatshed on Lake Wendouree.

Khaya – Springfest market Sunday with children from the Ballarat community circus.

Phil Whitla dressed at Bendi the Bee, the mascot of Springfest at the offical launch of Springfets.

Alison and David Vowles, left, of Trawalla, with Montrose Hill stud principal George McKenzie, and the top ram.

McCallum Disability Services annual general meeting at McCallum Disability Services Headquarters – Joe Ballinger

Branxholme woolgrower Gabrielle McCorker, who bought the top ram at the Wurrook sale, with Elders Hamilton district wool manager, David Whyte, centre, and stud manager Paul Walton with the ram.

Elders stud stock sheep officer, southern region, Ross Dickinson, left, Elders Ballarat area sales manager, Sean Simpson, Arcadian wool brokers, wool valuer and sheep classer Richard Edgar, and Matthew McDonald, ex-Elders Kaniva livestock manager, now one of the territory sales managers in Ballarat, all spot bids as Elders stud stock manager and auctioneer, southern region, Michael Glasser, decides whose bid was in first.

Alex and Shirely Carter celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary at Lal Lal Estate.

Fizzy Thompson (10), Marlin McDonald (10) – Daylesford Primary School boys who won a Pasta Scause competition.

Robert Prydderch, Kaysha Seamons – Forestry Fiesta at Creswick Market Square.

Dean Hill, 5 year old Alesander Hill, 7 year old Cassandra Hill – Forestry Fiesta at Creswick Market Square.

10-year-old Brayden Crutchfield – Forestry Fiesta at Creswick Market Square

Elyse Pryse, 5, from the Hepburn Kinda on a Cuban drum jamming with Flower Press Music owner, David Humphries on a half-sized Valencia guitar like the one he donated to the kindergarten.

Deacon Kel Schofield, Grandmaster Kerry Gills, Barry Minster, Deacon – The centenary reconsecration at the Sebastopol Masonic Temple

Year 2 Pleasant Street P.S. student Tess Quillian sings with her classmates during the “Music Count Us In” event

Justin Watt and Robb Sawyer with their trophies and off-road vehicle.

Ekke Martini and Ian Andrew present a Lawn Bowls Radio Show on voice FM every Saturday morning.

Ballarat High School band “Lestrange” rehearse for the Springfest Rockesteddford.

Georgina Vagg – Five minutes with Ballarat regional multicultural council’s women’s officer.

Kelly Stork had her hair cut off to make wigs for people with cancer. Her mum was recently diagnosed with advanced stage four uterine cancer.

Preview to Frocks, Fillies and Food fund-raising event. L-R Rachel Kinscher (Visionary Events and Marketing Managing Director), Colleen Thompson (Founder, Support 4 Cancer), Lee Squire (Fernwood franchisee).

Redan football club presentation night at St Pats College – Kathryn Murphy and reserves coach Trudy Hawker

Redan football club presentation night at St Pats College – Rob and Chris Morley of the Bunch of Grapes Hotel.

Courtney Reeves: The mini-field of women for breast cancer research at Northern Oval.

Nicky Quinlan and Sheree Collins – Redan football club presentation night at St Pats College.

Sally Davis, centre, of Samui stud, Lake Bolac, shows Belinda Winter-Irving and Paul Mason, of Chatsworth, the line-up of young rams on display on Sunday as part of the Southern Merino Field Day.

Peter Rademaker, John Dixon Wendy Draayers – Y+Z=the connected [email protected] at the City of Ballarat Town Hall.

Noel Trengrove, Wallace Martin – Y+Z=the connected [email protected] at the City of Ballarat Town Hall

Michelle Anderson, Sarah -Kate Brusey, Nikita Guest – Y+Z=the connected [email protected] at the City of Ballarat Town Hall.

16 year old Cameron Hart, 14 year old Melissa Haase – Y+Z=the connected [email protected] at the City of Ballarat Town Hall.

Bruce Walton, left, of Wurrook stud, Rokewood, shows fellow sheepman Graeme Harvey, of The Poplars stud, Murgheboluc (near Inverleigh) some of the Wurrook rams on display at the Southern Merino Field Day.

Australian Wool Innovation media officer Marius Cumming, left, shows Pat Millear of Stud Park South stud, Willaura, a mercerised merino polar top.

Young farmer and shearer Finlay MacDonald completes a long blow as he shears at Glen Brothers shearing shed, Guildford.

Helen McKenzie, of Montrose Hill stud, Illabarook, left, shows accountant Russell Cheesman (Cheesman) and his wife Donna and children Jacob, three, and Alexander, two, through the ram shed on Sunday.

Robert Cameron and his mother Iris check out the line-up of rams at Sandy Jelbart’s Strathcona stud, Carngham.

Urquhart Park Primary School. Sam Mewett, Madeline Browney, Carla Cauchi – Ballarat Legacy hosting a morning tea for Ballarat School that participated in Legacy Week

St James: Ashlee Oppenhuis, Tyson Humphrey – Ballarat Legacy hosting a morning tea for Ballarat School that participated in Legacy Week

St Patricks College. Josheph Baxter, Adam Spencer, Patrick Cashin – Ballarat Legacy hosting a morning tea for Ballarat School that participated in Legacy Week.

Black Hill Primary School. Sarah Wynen, Jessica Rogers, Liam Procaccino, Rhett Ellis-Wallis. Ballarat Legacy hosting a morning tea for Ballarat School that participated in Legacy Week.

Ballarat Christian College. Emily Walker, Amy Reid, Sam McPherson, Nathanael Cotton. Ballarat Legacy hosting a morning tea for Ballarat School that participated in Legacy Week.

Meg Pryor.

Seven-year-old Nyajima Jock – Big Day In at the Canadian Lead Primary School.

11 year old Taylor Babby – Big Day In at the Canadian Lead Primary School.

11 year old Cassie Bower – Big Day In at the Canadian Lead Primary School

Recommendation to continue Growing Together Early Childhood Parenthood Programme which assists parents with learning difficulties manage the development of their children. L-R 3 of the people behind the project Dr Louise Hayes (UB), Pennie Mathieson (Growing Together Family Worker), Judy Ryan (Co-ord CAFS Early Childhood Parenting Centre).

Alanah Filewood.

Dalton Webb.

Dalton Webb.

Joanne Campbell, of Hillview beef shorthorn stud, Streatham, with 13-month-old Hillview Royal Mary who came first in her class at the Royal Melbourne Show.

Peter Conroy and his daughter Hannah, 15, with The Gambler Sir Bush Rat who was judged senior champion santa gertrudis bull at the Royal Melbourne Show.

Beverley Smith of Egerton highland cattle stud, Mt Egerton, stands beside Beth of Mayfield, a 34-month-old cow who was judged reserve senior champion highland female at this year’s Royal Melbourne Show, and her five-week old calf, Lachlan.

Peter Conroy and his daughter Hannah, 15, with The Gambler Sir Bush Rat who was judged senior champion santa gertrudis bull at the Royal Melbourne Show. The Conroys have The Gambler santa gertrudis stud at Snake Valley.

Preview to Ballarat Brides Wedding Exchange. L-R Rachel Kinscher (Visionary Events and Marketing Managing Director)Chris Browning (owner, Fashion Exchange)

Jayco Herald Sun Tour – Over from Adelaide – Team Savings and Loans rider, Tim Roe, with mum, Julie Roe and friend Phil Anderson.

My Favorite stuff – 2.5 years old Eva Roberts.

Jayco Herald Sun Tour – Juanita Stumbles, Graeme Parker, Jenny Whitehead and Graham Cadd relaxing after completing the same 150km ride that the tour is doing on Monday (from Ballarat to Trentham and back).

Jessica Clay, Brittney Tasker and David Kyle. Jayco Herald Sun Tour – KIDS Foundation tent, Dawson Street Ballarat, during the bike tour.

Jayco Herald Sun Tour – Chris Sutton (Garmin-Slipstream), Jonathan Cantwell (Fly V Australia), Gene Bates (Drapac Porsche)

Swiss Italian Festa Hepburn Springs – Daylesford Circus Group’s Paddy Farrell (year nine at Daylesford Secondary College) kept the kids happy dressed as a clown and Morrighan Wratten (10, Grade five, Daylesford Primary School) spent the morning on stilts.

Celebrating 20 years of court network at Courthouse Ballarat – Jan Faulkner and Kerrin Boyd.

Celebrating 20 years of court network at Courthouse Ballarat – Pat Fisher, Lorraine Chambers, Lyn Zanker and Judy Verlin

North Ballarat Football Club Presentation Dinner – Gerard FitzGerald and Jan Brown with her son, Michael Searl.

Ansonia Restaurant Opening Night – Lisa Moncrieff and Jacqui Peake

Ansonia Restaurant – Mark O’Shea

Rebels’ Best and Fairest – Adam Goodes Trophy recipient Dean Gavin (right) with Sydney Swan, Adam Goodes.

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