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Ballet... Casey Sawyer and Abbey Jenkins, in costume for their tap dances With A Four, I Can Cook Too and in The Mood.
Comedian... One of Australia's greatest comedians Carl Barron stops for a photo in Whyalla on Friday: (from left) Aimee Marks, Carl Barron and Sara Garcia.
Proud... Carl Veart in action during the A-league season.
B-grade... Senior Whyalla cyclist Gary Carpenter in action recently.
Welcome visitor... Chris "Flash" Hogan and local Whyalla flying enthusiast Jack Rogan prior to Chris departure from his visit to Whyalla.
Right: Runner-up... Chris Schrapel finished runner-up in the State Singles Lawn Bowls Championships played in Adelaide.
Apprentice... Jordan Perez is one of the first students enrolled at Australian technical College - Spencer gulf and Outback and is completing his apprenticeship with Kevin Moore at Sudel Industries.
Disappointed... Doug Taylor had the DVD./MP3 player/screen stolen.
Recognised...Graham Denton ASM was recognised for his dedication in his ambulance career on Australia Day when he was awarded the national Ambulance Service medal.
Sign up... Eddie Wilson registered for Goal 100 2007, looking for full-time employment in the coming weeks.
White Pages... Appearing on the front page of the White Pages this year will be locals: (from left) Pete Santucci, Justin Mertens and Howard Aspey.
Leaders...Helping at the recent Scouts jamboree in Victoria were Whyalla service leaders: (from left) Rosemary Leering, Tracy Murray and Gerry Levering.
Success... (left) Kieran Turnbull Jnr placing a choke hold on mark Asperti, (middle) Dave MacDonald, (right) Keiran Turnbull Snr placing a choke hold on Paul Pacini
Tickets... Win tickets to see Natalia Lomeiko and the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra.
New face... A new face at Whyalla City Council, Matt Wilson has been appointed the new building assessment cadet with the infrastructure department.
Graduation... Whyalla Hospital and Health Service held an official presentation ceremony on Friday for 10 local nurses completing the Transition to Professional practice Program: (from left) Mayor Jim Pollock, clinical facilitator Meredith Bruce, Lisa Ryan, Danielle Heykoop, Hollie Coles, Kate Tyrell, Casey Summers, Amanda Raatz, Kristy McLeod and Dafna Matthews.
Burst...A pipe burst in the middle of Jenkinns Avenue on Tuesday afternoon, marring roadworks in effect in the area. The bust happened close to the ABC Shopping Village turned the water supply off to prevent further spilling.
Birthday... Chad Clothier celebrated his twenty-first birthday recently with Russel Watson and mother Heather Watson.
Scholarship... Eyre High School student Toni Beaton has won a nursing scholarship and will study and pursue her career in Whyalla.
New director... The new artistic director at D'Faces of youth Arts is passionate supporter of performance and visual arts Susie Skinner.
Whyalla born... Brenton Thomas has had quite an interesting life in Whyalla and most recently his love of radio controlled planes fills his spare time.
Swing...The Liberty Swing has been installed into the playground at the Whyalla Foreshore, allowing disabled children to enjoy the facilities also.