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The Premiers of the Junior Soccer Under 10 St Marks Wolves were Fred Seindanis (Coach), Leigh Saracino, Tam Bishop, Greg Wilson, Jonathon Seindanis, Sally Chaistal, Jonathon Nayda, Joel Hanlon, Jason Case, Brett Rawlins, Liam Rawlins, Morrie Mezzino, James Dowler, Michael Slade and Mark Giancaspro. The result of the Smelters Picnic Queen Quest was Mrs Wendy Oaklands. Michelle freer came second and Evelyn Peterson came third. A new quest was held for the first Picnic King. It was won by Tony Accain. Patrick Armstrong came second and Jeff Arbon came third. The Junior winner was Aimee Mutton with Krystal Harrison in second and Nerdia Murolo in third. The 35th anniversary of St George’s Greek Orthodox Church was celebrated at the Hellas Soccer Committee. Jack Kotsoglous, Frank Likiardupoulos, John Kefalanos, Michael Ketses, Reverend Emmanuel Zaikes, Jim Tsonis, Socrates Patralexis (Donor of the Cake), Anthony Tsquvlas and Jim Kotras were all there to celebrate. Australia remembers V.P. Day raising their drinking glass at the RSL was Colin Pritchard, Jack O’connor, Colin Thompson, Arthur Caseling, Rex Lewis, Dave Court, Les Bourke and Mick Haskett. The former Grade 7 class of 1974 held a reunion. The members were Karylene Lawlor, Joylene Butcher, Michelle Nestor, Craig Marshall, Trevor Norton, Billy Burnell, PaulGranthom, Michael Stenson, Lee-Ann Stauwer, Julie Davis, Debra Deed, Tracey Greenfield, Rosemary Johns, Jenny Higginbottom, Maree Summerford, Jillian Jackson, Leanne Marsland and Barbara Ellis. Saying prayers on the second night of the triduon at St Anthonys Church were Rasaleen Caputo, Giovana Turci, Mary Mezzino, Catarina Pasculli, Matilda Correri, Maria Capurso and Maria Mezzino. The Junior Soccer has a new home which is the Senate Road Sporting Complex. Port Pirie’s Equestrian Centre on Anzac Road should be named after a local family which dates back to the late 1880’s according to Mayor Ken Madigan who suggested it be called Magor Park after John Magor. It was called Bicentennial Park. The Port Pirie National Trust celebrate their 25th anniversary of being taken by the former railway station. It opened in 1970 by Richard Geddes. Kevin and Valorie Lord are the best dressed people in Port Pirie. It is not surprising considering the family has run Port Pirie Dry Cleaners for more than 41 years from pastor gowns to wedding dresses. They have cleaned it all and they now intend to retire. The Flinders View Junior Hockey team was undefeated.

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The Premiers of the Junior Soccer Under 10 St Marks Wolves were Fred Seindanis (Coach), Leigh Saracino, Tam Bishop, Greg Wilson, Jonathon Seindanis, Sally Chaistal, Jonathon Nayda, Joel Hanlon, Jason Case, Brett Rawlins, Liam Rawlins, Morrie Mezzino, James Dowler, Michael Slade and Mark Giancaspro.

The result of the Smelters Picnic Queen Quest was Mrs Wendy Oaklands. Michelle freer came second and Evelyn Peterson came third.

A new quest was held for the first Picnic King. It was won by Tony Accain. Patrick Armstrong came second and Jeff Arbon came third.

The Junior winner was Aimee Mutton with Krystal Harrison in second and Nerdia Murolo in third.

The 35th anniversary of St George’s Greek Orthodox Church was celebrated at the Hellas Soccer Committee. Jack Kotsoglous, Frank Likiardupoulos, John Kefalanos, Michael Ketses, Reverend Emmanuel Zaikes, Jim Tsonis, Socrates Patralexis (Donor of the Cake), Anthony Tsquvlas and Jim Kotras were all there to celebrate.

Australia remembers V.P. Day raising their drinking glass at the RSL was Colin Pritchard, Jack O’connor, Colin Thompson, Arthur Caseling, Rex Lewis, Dave Court, Les Bourke and Mick Haskett.

The former Grade 7 class of 1974 held a reunion. The members were Karylene Lawlor, Joylene Butcher, Michelle Nestor, Craig Marshall, Trevor Norton, Billy Burnell, PaulGranthom, Michael Stenson, Lee-Ann Stauwer, Julie Davis, Debra Deed, Tracey Greenfield, Rosemary Johns, Jenny Higginbottom, Maree Summerford, Jillian Jackson, Leanne Marsland and Barbara Ellis.

Saying prayers on the second night of the triduon at St Anthonys Church were Rasaleen Caputo, Giovana Turci, Mary Mezzino, Catarina Pasculli, Matilda Correri, Maria Capurso and Maria Mezzino.

The Junior Soccer has a new home which is the Senate Road Sporting Complex.

Port Pirie’s Equestrian Centre on Anzac Road should be named after a local family which dates back to the late 1880’s according to Mayor Ken Madigan who suggested it be called Magor Park after John Magor. It was called Bicentennial Park.

The Port Pirie National Trust celebrate their 25th anniversary of being taken by the former railway station. It opened in 1970 by Richard Geddes.

Kevin and Valorie Lord are the best dressed people in Port Pirie. It is not surprising considering the family has run Port Pirie Dry Cleaners for more than 41 years from pastor gowns to wedding dresses. They have cleaned it all and they now intend to retire.

The Flinders View Junior Hockey team was undefeated.





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