Eumundi Voice Magazine

Fortnightly local views and news

Eumundi Rotary sharing the voices of Eumundi and surrounds

Eumundi Voice Magazine

Fortnightly local views and news

Eumundi Rotary sharing the voices of Eumundi and surrounds

Eumundi Voice Magazine

Fortnightly local views and news

Eumundi Rotary sharing the voices of Eumundi and surrounds

Eumundi Voice Magazine

Fortnightly local views and news

Eumundi Rotary sharing the voices of Eumundi and surrounds

Produced by not-for-profit Eumundi Rotary Initiatives Ltd (ERIL)

Eumundi Voice Issue 91
Thursday 18 April 2024

Eumundi Voice Issue 90

Thursday 4 April 2024

Eumundi Voice is a free fortnightly 32-36 page colour magazine with 5,000 copies published and delivered to letterboxes and community distribution points across Eumundi and surrounds.

After production costs, 100% of funds raised from advertising in Eumundi Voice are given back as donations to individuals and not-for-profit groups within our community to support worthwhile projects and activities.

The magazine acts as “the voice of Eumundi and surrounds” and is a true community publication offering local news, what’s on, recent events, new in town, Councillors and Police reports, Eumundi Rotary Club updates, environment, youth, sport, heritage, travel and the list goes on.

There is something for every reader and we thank our contributors and advertisers for their continuing support.

A dedicated team of volunteers deliver the magazine every second Thursday in Eumundi, Kenilworth, Belli Park, Eerwah Vale, North Arm, Cooroy, Yandina, Verrierdale, Doonan, Pomona, Kin Kin and Noosa.

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Visiting your local corner store is a special childhood memory and an important part of our history as a community. Between the 1930s and 60s most Australian cities and towns had a corner store where locals bought their daily newspaper, mixed bags of lollies, icecreams, fresh milk and bread, and more.
Corner stores were magical places full of strange aromas and wonderful surprises. They operated long hours and miraculously stocked everything customers could need including tinned goods, tobacco, tea, boot laces and birthday candles. Cheeses came in wheels and were cut by slicing with a cheese wire. Fresh ham came 'on the bone' and was sliced by a meat saw. Milk came in bottles and cream was ladled-out from a milk urn into your own bottle or container. Large square tins held biscuits and well-behaved children were often rewarded with ... To continue reading, please click here: issuu.com/eumundivoice/docs/eumundi_voice_issue_90/28
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Visiting your local corner store is a special childhood memory and an important part of our history as a community. Between the 1930s and 60s most Australian cities and towns had a corner store where locals bought their daily newspaper, mixed bags of lollies, icecreams, fresh milk and bread, and more. 
Corner stores were magical places full of strange aromas and wonderful surprises. They operated long hours and miraculously stocked everything customers could need including tinned goods, tobacco, tea, boot laces and birthday candles. Cheeses came in wheels and were cut by slicing with a cheese wire. Fresh ham came on the bone and was sliced by a meat saw. Milk came in bottles and cream was ladled-out from a milk urn into your own bottle or container. Large square tins held biscuits and well-behaved children were often rewarded with ... To continue reading, please click here:  https://issuu.com/eumundivoice/docs/eumundi_voice_issue_90/28Image attachment

It's an exciting month for Thai people as they traditionally celebrate Songkran on 13 April which signifies the end of the 'dry season' and the beginning of the traditional Thai New Year. The name Songkran comes from a Sanskrit word meaning “passing or approaching”.
A Songkran celebration will be held at the Original Eumundi Markets terraces from 9am-3pm on 28 April. Organised by the Thai Community Association of the Sunshine Coast, President Thichanun and her committee welcome everyone again this year. Past President Jang is owner of Sala Thai in Eumundi and is still involved as a principal adviser behind the scenes.
Songkran is celebrated all over Australia where Thai communities have put down their roots. Getting wet is what makes this festival so famous and in Thailand it is all about pouring and squirting as much water on as many people as possible. It comes at the end of a long, dry season – although many of us here currently feel we have had enough of the wet to last us a long time!
The celebration in Eumundi will begin with a welcome by Thai community members in traditional costumes followed by song and dance performances, a water blessing activity, offering of items to the Monks, the traditional Miss Songkran contest, a fashion show and the opportunity to try a variety of Thai culinary delights.
Join in this great day for a memorable experience embracing the Sunshine Coast Thai community, their customs and culture. Admission is free but donations are gratefully accepted. Visit: t.ly/5WXNQ.
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Its an exciting month for Thai people as they traditionally celebrate Songkran on 13 April which signifies the end of the dry season and the beginning of the traditional Thai New Year. The name Songkran comes from a Sanskrit word meaning “passing or approaching”.
A Songkran celebration will be held at the Original Eumundi Markets terraces from 9am-3pm on 28 April. Organised by the Thai Community Association of the Sunshine Coast, President Thichanun and her committee welcome everyone again this year. Past President Jang is owner of Sala Thai in Eumundi and is still involved as a principal adviser behind the scenes. 
Songkran is celebrated all over Australia where Thai communities have put down their roots. Getting wet is what makes this festival so famous and in Thailand it is all about pouring and squirting as much water on as many people as possible. It comes at the end of a long, dry season – although many of us here currently feel we have had enough of the wet to last us a long time! 
The celebration in Eumundi will begin with a welcome by Thai community members in traditional costumes followed by song and dance performances, a water blessing activity, offering of items to the Monks, the traditional Miss Songkran contest, a fashion show and the opportunity to try a variety of Thai culinary delights.
Join in this great day for a memorable experience embracing the Sunshine Coast Thai community, their customs and culture. Admission is free but donations are gratefully accepted. Visit: t.ly/5WXNQ.

Thanks for the shout out Hoofbeats Sanctuary Sunshine Coast. After production costs, 100% of funds raised from advertising in Eumundi Voice are given back as donations to individuals and not-for-profit groups within our community to support worthwhile projects and activities. ... See MoreSee Less

Thanks for the shout out Hoofbeats Sanctuary Sunshine Coast. After production costs, 100% of funds raised from advertising in Eumundi Voice  are given back as donations to individuals and not-for-profit groups within our community to support worthwhile projects and activities.Image attachment
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