by Ken Banks
Religious About Coffee? A common question many coffee lovers are left pondering when craving for a good coffee. Where do you go? In Milton your first stop must be Stefano Vinetti at the “The Coffee Guild”.
“I decided on The Coffee Guild as the name for my shop as it is much different to other shops in the area,” “People will be proud to say they are going to The Guild.”
Next door to Coast Real Estate, Princes Highway, Milton.
Open daily except Tuesday’s.
phone: 02 4454 5143 or Website: Coffee Guild
Award winning coffee!!! Homemade meals, continental small-goods, gourmet condiments, handmade Italian small-goods, olives and tomato sauces from our friends at Porter’s Produce
Italian cheeses, French cheeses, beautiful Bodalla milk & cheeses, Irish Cashel cheese and English Stilton.
Organic produce – fruit & vegetables, Parker’s organic Juices, Yalla products and fair trade coffee.
85 Princes Hwy, Milton. Phone: 4454 4662 or Website: Roberto’s Deli Milton
After reading the special feature, titled “A Trip Down Memory Lane” in his favourite Sunday Telegraph newspaper, Graeme W. was inspired to do something similar for the Mollymook ocean swimmers. Few photo’s existed in those early years, so Graeme dug out some old clippings to provide a glimpse of that early period. (June B. gave the above photo taken mid-week in winter to the 3 ladies. They later referred to her as the “mystery woman”. NOTE: No wet suits)
After purchasing the old Mellick’s building in Milton back in 2003, developers Grant and Valarie Morrow finally realized their dream with the official opening on Saturday October 4, 2014 of their new shopping complex, named ‘The Chambers’.
Months of training was all worthwhile as local runners Heather, Simone, Karelle and daughter Grace competed in the Harbour Bridge to Opera House 9 km event.
Not to be out done by the girls, Bobby White chose the 42 km (full) marathon. This event attracted over 3,000 competitors. His chosen charity was ‘Diabetes NSW’. Colleges at the local Milton Ulladulla Rotary Club each promised a $1 for every minute Bob could complete the marathon in under 4 hours 45 minutes. An opportunity to raise big money, Bobby gave it his all and arrived home in a time of 4 hours 44 minutes 35 seconds. He even had a young female admirer barracking for him along the route.
Heather choose to run raising funds for the Redkite charity who provide essential support to children, young people and their families suffering from cancer. Simone ran to raise funds for the Parkinson Disease Charity.
The young reporter suggested there were other ways to also burn calories. Check it out on YouTube.