The Mount Pleasant Farmer’s Market (MPFM) opened its gates for the first time at 8am on Saturday, February the 4th at the Mount Pleasant Showgrounds. With more than thirty stall holders with fresh local produce to sell, it was a big hit with the public. So much so that a lot of them sold out before 10am! With almost 2000 visitors, which is more than double the amount expected, it’s no wonder everything sold so quickly. Continue reading Mount Pleasant Farmers Market
Dr. Donna Palmer truly has the health of children and families on her mind – which is rather like stating the obvious – what with four children of her own, sixteen years as a chiropractor and twenty-five years of having treatments herself. Donna’s seen miracles occur through chiropractic care from acute and chronic pain relief to assisting the feeding of newborn babies. From helping toddlers to walk, babies to crawl and relieving symptoms in people who’ve accepted pain as part of their lives. She said of chiropractors that, “we don’t heal the body, the body heals itself – we take the pressure off the nervous system through spinal adjustments to allow this to happen”. Continue reading Chiropractic in Lobethal
The management and staff of Gumeracha District Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital would like to thank the former Northern Adelaide Hills Farm Safety Group for their generous donation late last year of $1,216.91.
The funds from this donation were used to purchase several comfortable chairs for use in resident’s rooms. The hospital remains grateful for the continued community support it receives.
Current Transitional Care Program (TCP) client, Mrs Margaret Conn (seated), with recently appointed Executive Officer/Director of Nursing, Mrs Marie Wittwer, with one of the new chairs.