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TAS Country : October 14th 2010
8 Tasmanian Country Friday, October 15, 2010 News Rural Youth Celebrate 60 years of service KATIE CRANE FUN TIMES: Rural Youth members at Quercus Park. RURAL Youth is about to hit an exciting mile- stone, celebrating its dia- mond anniversary. For 60 years Rural Youth has been active in Tasmania helping young members to achieve great things personally and for their community, while having fun at the same time. Rural Youth is very proud of reaching 60 years, but it has not always been under the banner of Rural Youth. Our history includes a stint under the title of Junior Farmers, formed many years ago from the Calf Clubs that were run across the state to in- volve young people in agriculture. The Rural Youth Or- ganisation will hold a 60th anniversary func- tion in November at Quercus Rural Youth Park near Carrick. We welcome all past and present Rural Youth, Junior Farmer and Calf Club members. It is hoped the evening will give members a chance to catch up, as well as to see where Rural Youth is now at the home of our own field days, Agfest. So, if you are a pre- vious Rural Youth, Jun- ior Farmers or Calf Club member and you would like to attend our re- union event, please con- tact the Rural Youth of- fice to update your contact details. The postal address is: Rural Youth Office, 62 York St, Launceston. Phone 6331 6154 or email admin@rural youth.com.au Invitations will be sent to known past members in the coming weeks. However, if you have moved since your time in Rural Youth, or were a member in the early years, I encourage you to contact our office to en- sure you are included on our mailing list. Party time in the Huon as youngsters go shopping TOMORROW it's time to party with the Kingborough Huon Rural Youth branch. The Kingborough group is a branch of the fun-filled organis- ation, Rural Youth Tasmania. As a group it aims to provide a positive environment for the youth of the Channel/Huon, through offering responsibility as well as social occasions where many new friends can be made. Kingborough Huon Rural Youth is holding a ''Party Day'' at the Ranelagh Hall from 2-4pm tomorrow. There will be a var- iety of parties on offer, so that the tastes of everyone can be met. However, those who do not wish to book a party or buy anything should not be discour- aged --- everyone is welcome to come along and simply view the amazing range of products available. The parties that have been booked are: Learning Ladder; Tupperware; Enjo; Envy Jewel- lery; Mary Kay Cosmetics; Party Lite; Undercover Wear; Lorraine Lea Linen; Body Shop; Chocaholics Anonymous; Cre- ative Memories (Scrapbooking); Flaschengeist (Range of al- coholic products); Miche Bags. Rural Youth organises events such as these as a way of raising awareness about the brilliant opportunities it offers to youth aged 15 to 30, as well as relevant fundraising. Orders can still be made or parties can be booked if you collect a catalogue and order with Katie Coad by phoning 0409 295 158 or email anthony .email@example.com Don t pull the wool over your eyes, OJD is a serious threat and you can t wait to vaccinate. You may not think you are at risk, but OJD is spreading and may be on your farm right now. In fact, there are over 2000 farms that are known to be infected and for every infected farm, there are 4 farms not yet detected. The average mortality rate is over 6%. For more information, talk to your vet or Pfizer Sheep Product Specialist today on 1800 335 374. PROTECT YOUR SHEEP, FARM AND PROFITS -- VACCINATE WITH Pfizer Australia Pty Limited, 38--42 Wharf Road, West Ryde, NSW 2114. Registered Trademark of Pfizer Australia. PAL0235/TC Sheep Health. Performance. Growth. YOU WOULDN T WAIT TO FIX YOUR FENCE. DON T WAIT TO VACCINATE FOR OJD. TASMANIAN ALKALOIDS Value Adding in Tasmania 2029078-100924 To ensure any chance of success, late sown poppy crops will need to germinate straight after sowing. If this means irrigation, PUT IT ON, DON'T PUT IT OFF.
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