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Posted Monday, 29 June 2015, 11.00am

The Rural Primary Health Service in the Southern Midlands is endeavouring to rally the town of Oatlands into GOING BLUE for the whole month of September to show support for those men affected by cancer.

We are hoping that you would be happy to show your support for this project by decorating your home, business or even your car with anything blue.

The Blue September Organisation is keen to support the event and will be contacting media and plan to send the town an Ambassador such as Mark Holden in the month of September!  We will be approaching local media and hope that this will provide the town of  Oatlands with some positive publicity, as the Go Pink event did in October 2014.

The Southern Midlands Council is keen to support this event and will attempt to make the streetscape blue where possible. There will be events held throughout the month to support Blue September including a Free Father’s Day BBQ at the Oatlands Recreation Ground, High Street on 6th September 2015. (11am – 2pm).

So come on Oatlands get behind this and show others that we can rally together as a community to support those men affected by cancer.

Please do not hesitate to contact Corina McCarthy on 0419 326 327 if you would like further information or email me on corina.mccar...@dhhs.tas.gov.au

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Discover Your Family Tree Online

Posted Thursday, 25 June 2015, 8.15am

Ever wanted to know more about your past? Introduction to Family History is designed for people interested in their own family histories or genealogy in general. You will learn how to research family history effectively using the growing range of online family history resources.

Study without fees - scholarships available for all students* - as well as one month free access to Ancestry.com Library.

Class begins 13th July. Applications close 6th July 2015.

Apply now.

www.utas.edu.au/arts/introduction-to-family-history

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Bagdad Music Hall

Posted Thursday, 25 June 2015, 7.00am

5 Great Shows – Bagdad Community Club

August 15th , 21st , 22nd , 28th , 29th 2015

An extra Show on Friday 14th may be added If sufficient demand

Ticket cost is  just $55:00 per person which includes a sumptuous two course meal plus nibblies on arrival, all tap beer, house wines and soft drinks plus the unique Show.

Tickets can be purchased initially through a Show Cast Member and go on sale Sunday 5th July. Get in early to ensure you get a seat to the ‘Entertainment Event of the Year’

Contact Greg Hunt initially on 0409 553572 or subsequent bookings can be made by contacting Maureen Smith on 62 686170.

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Council’s Community Small Grants Program - 2015

Posted Tuesday, 16 June 2015, 2.00pm

Council’s   Community Small Grants program has been established to support projects, programs and activities developed for the benefit of residents of the Southern Midlands municipal area. Council recognises the immense community benefit provided to our residents and visitors by local community organisations through the provision of grants to assist them provide, but not restricted to, programs, improve safety, undertake minor capital works and purchase equipment.

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Midland Highway Interim Safety Improvements - Mangalore to Bagdad Stage 1

Posted Friday, 12 June 2015, 8.00am

The Australian and Tasmanian Governments have committed to invest $500 million to improve safety on the Midland Highway over the next 10 years.  Using the AusRAP methodology (which is the national road safety audit approach initiated by combined national motoring associations, including RACT), he objective of the investment is to lift the safety standard of this strategic highway to a minimum 3 star AusRAP safety rating over its entire length.  For most of the Midland Highway, the predominant crash type is loss of control, most of which are single vehicle crashes with some resulting in head-on crashes and fatalities. 60% of the fatalities on the highway have been due to head-on crashes.

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Legends of Revue

Posted Wednesday, 10 June 2015, 9.00pm

The Woodsdale Football Club invite you to a night of hilarious entertainment.  Legends of Revue , a collection of classic items from the past 30 Uni Revue.  Featuring John X and Andrew Casey.

Date: Saturday 4th July 2015
Time: 8:00pm bar open from 7:00pm
Location: Woodsdale Hall
Contact: Rachel Davis  0409 847 860 or 03 6254 7204 - Daniel Davis 0407 941 804

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Dry Stone Walling Workshops

Posted Tuesday, 9 June 2015, 5.00pm

Learn the age old art of Dry Stone Walling tutored by Master Dry Stone Waller Ian Carline. For more information, please phone 0410 882 031

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Dog Registrations

Dog Registrations

Posted Wednesday, 3 June 2015, 1.00pm

Dog registration renewal notices have now been sent out. Current registration expires on June 30. Please note that all current registrations need to be renewed and paid by 31st July 2015 or penalties will apply for failure to re-register your dog by this date.   For the first time, Council is offering dog owners the option of paying their registrations via BPay and BPoint. All required information will be on your renewal notice. A dog tag will be mailed to you once your payment is received by Council. New dog registrations and pension and concession card holders will still need to visit the Council offices to pay their Initial Registrations so desexing papers and concessions cards can be sighted.

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School Holiday Program - July 2015

Posted Monday, 1 June 2015, 5.55pm

Bookings are now being taken for the July 2015 School Holiday Program

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Knit a Trauma Teddy

Posted Thursday, 21 May 2015, 8.00am

KNITTERS URGENTLY NEEDED !!!

Trauma teddies are used by the StandBy Response Service as an invaluable therapeutic tool for children and adults in the traumatic situation of losing a loved one to suicide.

StandBy have very few left and have put out a call for help.

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