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• Pre-relationship/Marriage Agreements
• Financial Agreements
• Property Settlements
• Children's Matters
• Domestic Violence representation
This can all be done at an afternoon of
fun and games at the Pancake Manor,
Ipswich, on Tuesday, February 16.
According to the Legacy website,
Legacy is a voluntary organisation of
veterans, servicemen and women and
other volunteers who are dedicated to
the care of the dependants of Australian
Defence Force members, after the death
of a spouse or parent during service, and
to Australian and Allied families after
The afternoon of pancake fun runs
from 11am to 2pm and costs $15.
You must pre-purchase tickets from
The Legacy Club of Ipswich at Memorial
Hall on Nicholas Street before the event
as there are limited seats available.
They are open from 9am to 1pm
Monday to Friday.
The cost of the event includes either
a chicken, seafood or ham and cheese
crepe, followed by a pancake with ice-
cream and maple syrup.
For a gold coin donation you could
get yourself into the pancake eating
Assistant Manager at Pancake Manor
Ipswich, Lauren Lavea, said there'd also
be a free pancake throwing competition.
Planning for Skate
and BMX facilities
Everyone with an interest in skate and
BMX facilities across Ipswich are invited
to a meeting in a nearby park to discuss
a strategy for the future of their sport.
Parks, Sport and Recreation
Committee Chairperson, Councillor
David Morrison said Council and
consultants, Plan C, had started on
the development of the Ipswich Skate
& BMX Facilities Strategy designed
to provide strategic direction on
the development, maintenance,
management and activation of Skate
and BMX facilities in Ipswich.
"This will ensure that facilities are
appropriately located, well-designed,
enjoyable, appropriately challenging, in
line with acceptable standards and are
safe and enjoyable for users of all ages
and skill levels," he said.
"All interested skaters, BMX riders
and community members are invited
to drop in to our 'Meet us in the
Park' events to have your say in what
happens in our skate and BMX parks."
On Saturday, February 13, Meet us in
the Park events are scheduled at Bob
Gibbs Park, Spring eld from 10am
to11am; Redbank Plains Recreation
Reserve from 2pm to 3pm and Rotary
Park, Bundamba from 4pm-5pm. Then
on Sunday, February 14, the meetings
are at Stallard Park, Yamanto from
10am-11am; Limestone Park, Inner-
City Ipswich from 14, 2pm-3pm and
Tom Lenihan Park, Rosewood, from
"We have a short survey on Skate and
BMX facilities in Ipswich that you can
complete online at www.ipswich.qld.
with the community
Almost 2000 images of Ipswich's histor
have been permanently recorded for
the future as part of the Picture Ipswich
website operated by Ipswich City
Picture Ipswich is a searchable
database with a collection of images
and oral histories that depict the
many changes and events which have
occurred in the past in Queensland's
oldest provincial city.
The database was rst introduced
in May last year as part of the 2008
Heritage Week celebrations.
It is accessible around the clock via
the Ipswich Library and Information
Service's website at www.library.
As Picture Ipswich is an ongoing
and continuous project council will
continue to accept further donations
of photos for scanning and uploading
from the community.
Inquiries about Picture Ipswich can be
directed to 3810 7272.
Photo: Huts at Amberley RAAF Base in 1941 ca
be seen on the Picture Ipswich website.
Pancake Tuesday, or Shrove Tuesday, is the perfect
day to ll up on pancakes while helping to raise
money for a charity such as Legacy.
Pancake mania on
"Because of the number of Defence
families in Ipswich, we thought we'd
choose Legacy as the charity of choice,"
For more information on the event,
contact Legacy Ipswich on 3281 9419.
Photo: Cassandra McCullum, Restaurant
Supervisor at the Pancake Manor Ipswich,
looks forward to celebrating Pancake Tuesday
on February 16.
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