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The latest land release at The
Hermitage has sold out in one
weekend. The release of 37 lots was
the first time in five months that
home buyers could purchase land at
the estate, which is being built by
Sekisui House. The Hermitage’s next
release, in a new precinct, is
planned to be around Easter time.
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Camden Council has thanked Iain
Richard-Evan, Jennifer Wright and
Janina Learmont for their service to
the community after they resigned
from the Camden Bicentennial
Equestrian Park committee. The
council also extended its thanks to
Ray Moore who resigned from the
Camden Town Farm committee.
new of?ce at
57 John Street,
Defacto Matters, Mediation and
Binding Financial Agreements
By Ben Chenoweth
A NSW Maritime grant of $20,000
will be used to investigate the use of
the Nepean River for recreation. The
study will help ensure that recreation
on the river is sustainable. Camden
Council will also contribute $20,000
to the study.
Catherine Van Luenen
Swim effort brings cheers
A projected Camden council budget
surplus of $715,000 will be alloc-
ated to the central administration
building reserve. At last week’s
council meeting Camden mayor Lara
Symkowiak applauded staff for
delivering ‘‘a balanced budget’’.
Councillor Greg Copeland also
welcomed the surplus but cautioned
that surpluses should not come at
the expense of unfilled staff
vacancies. Splashing out: Georgia
Dore with Grant Cox, race
companion and husband of
her Buxton Rainbow Club
teacher, Ally Cox.
Right: Georgia Dore among
the 1000-strong field of
competitors at Murray
Rose’s Malabar Magic
AFTER months of preparation, 15-year-
old Georgia Dore threw herself into the
deep end recently and took part in her
first ocean swim.
While the one-kilometre swim would be
hard for most people, for the Narellan
resident, the task presented an even
At eight months of age she was diag-
nosed with neuroblastoma — a type of
As a result of her treatment, Georgia
experienced a number of side effects
including hearing impairment.
At 13 she was diagnosed with epilepsy,
another possible side effect of the treat-
ment 12 years earlier, her mother Kate
A member of the Buxton Rainbow Club
— one of 14 Rainbow Clubs in NSW that
provide lessons for children with a dis-
ability — completing Murray Rose’s
Malabar Magic Ocean Swim was never
going to be easy.
Kate Dore said it was an emotional
moment as competitors and spectators
cheered Georgia to the finish line.
‘‘She was the last one coming in and
they were all on the beach cheering her
on,’’ she said.
‘‘I had a smile from ear to ear and a bit
of a tear in my eye.
‘‘The support she had
behind her was unbelievable;
it was like the swim was
about her and not the other
1000-odd swimmers there.’’
Georgia won Highest Indi-
vidual Fund Raiser (more
than $3600), the Junior Dis-
ability category and the Mur-
ray Rose Perpetual Trophy.
Plans are already in the
pipeline for her next swim.
love this life ”
for its FRIENDSHIP
“We It’s the delightful friendships that bring a rich
?avour and a great dose of fun to this retirement
lifestyle. Imagine days with so many options to
enjoy among friends – how social you are or how
quietly you pace yourself depends completely on
what you feel like! Making the move to Chesalon
Living Oran Park brings lovely unexpected bene?ts
like these. Of course you’ll also have a brand new
low maintenance home; fantastic age-friendly
facilities; and the thoughtful care of Chesalon.
Come along to the Open Day on Saturday 22 March.
You too could love this life!
OUR BRAND NEW CLUBHOUSE FEATURES:
• billiards and bar area • theatrette • BBQ area • beauty salon • workshop • library
• craft room • indoor heated pool • café facilities and lounge • gym • computer club
OPEN DAY Seniors Week
Saturday 22 March 10am-2pm
Chesalon Living, 1 Camellia Drive Oran Park
Call 4604 2220 to see Chesalon Living for yourself
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