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Sponsorship by Yeperenye Shopping Centre 2016/2017

Apex Camel Cup

2017 saw another successful Apex Camel Cup held on a glorious winters day at Blatherskite Park, with have over 4,500 people through the gate. 
The day was a seven race meet with the camels finishing in the top three of the first four races qualify for the for cup. The Cup was hotly contented with Nugget finally coming in strong to claim the prize. Nugget is owned and trained by Uluru Camel Tours. 
The crowd favorite is always the Honeymoon Race, this race sees the camels race halfway around the track where the have to stop, sit down, pick up their bride then race off again for the finishing line. The camels always provide great entertainment in this race as they are not always keen to collect their bride. 
Over all the day was enjoyed by everyone, with Camel Kapers Races for kid riding wooden camels, rickshaw races for the adults and the Ironman Challenge. The Henley on Todd boats always put on a great display for the crowds. The Duck Cup was run by the Dingo Cubs, people get the chance to buy a rubber duck and have it shot out of a cement mixer to see if it crosses the line first.

Advocate Art Award

Congratulations ti the winner of the People’s Choice vote for the Advocate Art Award  - Deb Keaney - Bloom after Desert Rain - Coloured Pencil on paper, a drawing of her daughter playing in water after rain.
We counted 718 votes and Deb’s artwork was very popular, it won by a mile.
People’s Choice prize is sponsored by Yeperenye Shopping Centre and was announced on Sunday afternoon at the ‘Walk in the Art’ where artists talked about their artwork, inspirations and techniques.
Voting for your favourite artwork put gallery visitors into the raffle draw to win a painting donated by Papaya Tula Artists to support the Advocate art Award. The raffle was won by a visitor from Queensland.

Clontarf Foundation

Yeperenye Shopping Centre has been sponsor of the Clontarf Foundation since it started in Central Australia in 2007. Recently we attended the 2017 Employment Expo as a mentor. Well done to everyone involved!

Harts Range 2017

Yeperenye Shopping Centre was a proud of sponsor of the 2017 Harts Range Race and Bush Sports Weekend. Photos from the Gymkhana one of the events he centre supported. 

Pets on Parade 2017

Pets on Parade this year was held on the 28the May on a beautiful Autumn’s day. Over 400 people attended the event throughout the morning. The majority of pets this year was again dogs, however there were some goats a pony and rabbits.
The theme for this year’s event was dress as your favourite animated character, there were some great costumes, the winner went to a young boy on his pony dressed as Toy Story. This year the Ranger unit raised money for the Guide Dogs SA/NT, $5,000 was raised and will be donated to the Guide Dogs shortly.

This event grows in size every year, there were 10 stall holders and games throughout the morning, all in all it was a great morning.
Photos provided by the Alice Springs Town Council. 

The Duck Cup (hosted as part of the Alice Springs Camel Cup)- fundraiser for the Braitling Primary School 

Photos provided by Braitling Primary School

NT Chamber of Commerce Customer Service Awards 

The Chamber of Commerce NT is proud to have initiated the ‘Customer Service Awards’ in 2011.
These awards provide an opportunity to recognise the hardworking individuals and businesses who provide great customer service.

It is a celebration to reward excellence in a business, an individual, an emerging business (operating under 3 years), best Government Department and best Non Government Organisation.
Three finalists are nominated in each category to go before the independent judging panel.  The finalists are recognised at the awards and are given a certificate of congratulations.  The winner is then announced and provided with a trophy to celebrate with their customers.
This event highlights the importance of customer service and encourages businesses and staff to strive to exceed customers’ expectations.
The nominations process is customer generated, and judged by a small independent panel. This process is kept simple by way of nomination forms which will be accessible to the public and online
The attendance record is growing every year. In 2011, we had approx. 90 guests, whereas this year we had over 150 attendees. The Chamber of Commerce aims to provide a spectacular event to ensure the finalists and winners are duly praised and rewarded for their efforts.

Barrett Drive Mile 

It was a truly fantastic day, and we were thrilled with the participation across all events. It was an exciting start to the event this year with approximately 20 riders participating in the Cycling Criterium which kicked off the Barrett Drive Mile.
It was great to see so many young kids involved this year and get into the spirit of the event. They all ran their hearts out and it was great to see them having so much fun.
2017 Imparja Cup 

Photos supplied by the Barrett Drive Mile 

Photos provided by NT Cricket

Chippy Miller - my trip to an International Darts Tournament

After many hours flying and waiting in airports, I finally arrived at my destination, New Plymouth/Taranaki, NZ.

The tournament commenced the very next evening, with an exhibition competition between our Indigenous Australian Team, against the NZ Maori Team, held in the Taranaki Darts Club. 

Unfortunately we lost that with a score of 8-6. This was the first of what is hoped to be an annual event between the Indigenous Aust. Team and the NZ Maori Team.

The next day was the commencement of the Taranaki International Darts Tournament, with players from Australia, NZ and Malaysia.
We were the only group from Australia, comprising of 2 teams of 4 players. Malaysia had about 4 teams and NZ had about 8 teams.

Our top Aust Team ended up equal 5th, which was a great effort, considering that the side had never been together prior to this trip. I was the only player outside QLD.

Acacia Hill School 

Check out the Artwork made specially by the Acacia Hill School Students. Each year Yeperenye Shopping Centre commissions the school to make decorations for Santa’s Kingdom.
Last Christmas you could find the pictures and a Christmas Tree on the wall of Woolworths Supermarket, artwork in the window on the spare tenancy next to Hair Today (facing bath Street) and of course in Santa’s Kingdom. Thank you to all the students and teachers for providing us with such beautiful artwork. 




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