ECBAT Meeting for 12th Oct
The next ECBAT meeting will be on the 12th Oct 2020 starting 7pmat the Saints Clubhouse – 29 Bruce St. Eudunda. Meetings are open to the public – COVID Cautions apply.Please contact Secretary through website contact form if you intend attending the meeting.
Merv Lehmann & Robertstown General Store ‘People’s Choice Winner’ at 2020 PIRSA Regional Showcase Awards
Great accolades for Robertstown stalwart Merv Lehmann and the Robertstown General Store. Primary Industries And Regions SA/ (PIRSA) posted,“Congratulations to Merv Lehmann for winning the 2020 PIRSA Regional Showcase Awards- Merv has been running the Robertstown General Store for 71 years. It’s an institution and well worth heading up the Worlds End Highway to see….
St Johns Lutheran Primary School Eudunda – ECBAT Business Member 2021-2022
Eudunda Community, Business and Tourism (ECBAT) congratulate the St Johns Lutheran Primary School Eudunda on joining ECBAT and investing in our community. ECBAT encourage all local businesses to join as Business Members. ECBAT will place your advert in the ECBAT Business Directory on the ECBAT Website, and display your information (similarly to above), as well…
Manoora Hall Easter Monday Market – 18th April 2022
Make a date on Easter Monday for the Manoora Hall Market 9am – 3pmWaymouth Street / Barrier Highway, Manoora.Under cover & outside sites and a wide variety of stalls with a selection of Fresh Bread & Rolls, Hot Food ~ Tea ~ Coffee ~ Cool drinks. For Further Information, Contact: 8848 4330 or 8848 4315…
Real Work, Real Experience – Jobs Available In Regional SA With Incentives of up to $6000
Looking for seasonal work? There are plenty of opportunities around South Australia for those new to farm work. Check it out Website: Regional Work SA website @PrimaryIndustriesAndRegionsSA #GetASeasonalJobSA
Running the Eudunda Hospital 1922-1939
(Next instalment of the history of Eudunda Hospital prior to the Centenary celebrations to be held on the 9th Oct 2022.) In the early years when the Hospital was very busy, sisters were employed from Adelaide. They would travel up by train, and the Board always paid their train fare. Mr. Rawolle built the labour…