Educators’ day

Passion. The team at Giggles Early Learning has had fun for Early Childhood Educators Day (September 5). Owner Linda Wooldrage said she is glad that the day has been celebrated nationally for the past seven years. “It gives us the opportunity to thank the educators for the important role they play in children’s learning and …

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National leaders on the court

Basketball. Smithton Basketball Club players Jett Grey, Emerson Wells and Sophie Furphy have represented the state at the Australian Junior Championships in the Under 16 division.  Competing on the national stage for a fourth time, Emerson and Jett stepped up to represent the teams as vice captains while Sophie made her third national appearance.  The …

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Contests on the court

Roster. Circular Head Netball Association is producing skilled, determined and resilient young players. The Smithton Saints represent the region in the Burnie Netball Association, taking on the best of the best along the coast. Five teams travel to Burnie every Saturday for the competition. The teams are two rounds in and set to play round …

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Paige in history

Achievement. Forest Stanley Football Club’s Paige Hursey was recently awarded the Under 17 Best and Fairest title in a history-making moment. In her second year of football, Paige is the first female in a male dominated competition to take out the club award – and is thought to be the first in the country to …

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Coding challenge

Robotics. Smithton High School has earned first and second place in the RoboCup state finals. Team ‘CanWeKrusher’ with Mason Williams and Jim Buckby placed first in the robotics challenge and team ‘Taymiator’ with Taylor John and Mia Pay came in second. Held at University of Tasmania in Sandy Bay last month, students Kepplen Stewart, Braden …

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Come be a buddy

Volunteer. Small actions make a big difference, Emmerton Park staff can tell you. The team is now asking community members to support the Dementia Buddy Program. September is Dementia Awareness Month and this year the Dementia Australia campaign highlights the contribution of volunteers through the theme, Small Actions, Big Difference. The Smithton aged care home …

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Old meets new

Opening. Residents stopped at an unusual sight on the streets of Smithton on Saturday as a team of bullocks, led by Ritchie Wells, made the journey to the Circular Head Heritage Centre. The King Street museum was officially reopened on Saturday after the premises was closed indefinitely two years ago, due to potential safety hazards …

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A cut above the rest

Event. For over a century, community members have come from near and far for the Circular Head Show. Now in its 110th year, the show continues to deliver old favourites and new ideas. The Circular Head Agricultural Society is revealing the best in Tasmanian produce with the Graze the Region showcase. From the paddock to …

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Market’s helpful buys

Browse. There is a treasure trove of goodies to be found at the Rocky Cape Lions Club’s monthly market. Spend a Sunday strolling through stalls of homemade produce and handcrafted gems. Held at the Detention River Store on the last weekend of every month, funds raised from hiring a stall supports the local club. Since …

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Global film audience

Cinema. Start microwaving the popcorn: the Manhattan Short Film Festival is coming to Smithton. The phenomenon is a global film festival, screening in more than 350 towns and cities across six continents between next Thursday (September 27) and Sunday October 7. From 1565 short film entries from 73 countries, nine finalists have been chosen for …

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