Friday, 05 May 2017 00:00

Issue 6 Community Relations

  • Equestrian Excellence                                                                                    BACK
  • Join Anglicare WA in the 2017 HBF Run for a Reason Sunday 28 May 2017
  • Nightfields coming to Armadale
  • RSCPA’s Million Paws Walk Sunday 21 May
  • City of Armadale - Library News

Equestrian Excellence
Three John Wollaston students were very successful at the recent EWA State Interschool Championships.  Ella Jones was awarded Reserve Primary rider for the State. She qualified for five events at the Nationals and looks forward to representing the School in Toowoomba later in the year.

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Ella Jones (Year 6):
1st - Preliminary Dressage
1st - Novice Dressage
2nd - Novice Dressage (2nd horse)
2nd - Showhorse
2nd - Working Hunter
4th - Combined Training
5th - Primary 45cm Showjumping

Orleans Graetz (Year 9):
1st - Secondary Show Hunter (think this is the only event Orleans contested)

Jayde Tyack (Year 11):
2nd - Capel Event (dressage/cross country/showjumping)
1st - WAYER Event
1st - Harvey Event
7th - 1m showjumping
7th - 1.10m showjumping


Join Anglicare WA in the 2017 HBF Run for a Reason Sunday 28 May 2017

Money raised from this event will continue to fund Anglicare WA's vital programs and services, supporting more than 33,000 Western Australian's each year. Some of our programs receive no government funding and depend entirely on philanthropic support.
How to register:

Head to the HBF Run for a Reason website to sign up for your preferred distance: 4km, 12km or the half marathon. 

When you register on the HBF Run website, you register as a ‘participant’ and when asked if you are part of a team click ‘no’ – you don’t register for a team in that part of the registration process.

Like this:

Registration Type
I'm a Participant Create a Team
Are you part of a Team?

Once you have filled out all of your registration details, the next page will ask if you want to set up an Everyday Hero fundraising page. If you do this, then you will be asked which charity you want to support – here you would pick ‘Anglicare WA’.

The final step would then be to join ‘Team Anglicare’ - you are joining the team on the Everyday Hero site, not the HBF Run site.

Email and social media are great ways to get the word out!
For more information, call us on 08 9263 2077 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..



Nightfields coming to Armadale

Nightfields will be coming to Armadale this May and delivering four free Football and Netball clinics from Gwynne Park oval after school on a Wednesday, supported by Telstra, the City of Armadale, WAFC and Netball WA.

There will be AFL players and Netball stars attending the sessions as role models and a chance for meet and greet. The young people can turn up and register on the day. Headspace and YMCA youth workers will be present at the clinics.This is a great initiative to engage with young people in the Autumn evenings and get them actively engaging in sport and with mentors.
Nightfields Flyer

RSCPA’s Million Paws Walk Sunday 21 May

RSCPA’s Million Paws Walk is taking place on Sunday 21 May in South Perth. With distances of 1km, 2.5km and 5km, this family friendly event is suitable for people of all ages, and dogs of all sizes!

On the day, you and your four-legged friend will be treated to entertainment, displays, stalls, giveaways and a host of other fun activities, you could even meet an RSPCA Inspector and some dogs that are currently looking for their forever home.

It's a great day out for the whole family while raising funds for animals in need!
Register online at or call 9209 9300 for more information.

RSCPA’s Million Paws Walk Flyer Note its has 2 page.


City of Armadale - Library News


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