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Celebrating in harmony

Celebrating in harmony

Harmony Week in Tasmania is about celebrating the growing cultural diversity in our communities. This year local organisations including Circular Head Council, Circular Head Aboriginal Corporation and Smithton Library teamed up with local Pakastani community member Salman Khan to provide a day of free food, games, activities and entertainment to bring everyone together to celebrate.
No Reserves for Tigers

No Reserves for Tigers

The Scotchtown Football Club will continue to push towards fielding a Seniors team in the Circular Head Football Association following a crisis meeting last Tuesday evening. The committee called the meeting in response to a mass exodus of players and a lack of support from volunteers around the club. Aside from committee members there were 13 people in attendance to the meeting when the floor...
Time to nominate your unsung heroines

Time to nominate your unsung heroines

As part of International Women’s Day, Soroptimist International of Circular Head will be celebrating by acknowledging those women who inspire others by their contribution to our local community. Every year in March Soroptimist hold their event to coincide with the day, however this year due to  Covid 19 it has been postponed by three months. The aim of these awards is to recognise women...
Senior Citizens sought after

Senior Citizens sought after

For over 50 years, the Smithton Senior Citizen’s Club has served the community, putting on events and social gatherings for the town's elderly. The club has recently struggled for numbers and enthusiasm, with pandemic restrictions taking the wind out of the sails for many club members. Coral Blake, a long time committee member, would like to help return the club's membership to its former...
School athletics

School athletics

Smithton High School held its athletics carnival on the school grounds on March 18. Clare Wright, Liz Edwards, Zarli Morgan and Avaliah Lardner made up the Grade 10 girls Perkins relay team. For more photos from both the Smithton High School and Circular Head Christian School athletics acrnivals grab a copy of the Chronicle, March 23 edition.
Bowl attracts huge field

Bowl attracts huge field

The Smithton Bowl attracted a close to capacity field across all three days of the long weekend, with golfers from tens of golfers from across Tasmania and interstate making the trip for the annual event. This year marked the inaugural Danny Edwards Memorial, in honour of the late greenskeeper at the Smithton Country Club. Danny was the winner of the Bowl last year and in a touching tribute...

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