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The Rock-itt : July 2012
Our Regular Features Our Beaches at a Glance with Pete Johnson Featured Bands with Pete Johnson Looking at the stars with Pete Johnson History of Rock wi th Pete Johnson Big Scree n Attractions with Pete Johnson Georgia’s DVD Reviews with (cheeky) Georgia Hicks Hollywood Gossip with (Cheeky) Georgia Hicks Honey of The Month with Til Finnegen Beaches Con fidential with Til Finnegen Our Famous Mr Flynn wi th Pete John son Doggie Rescue with the team at Monica’s Bali D og Rescue with Linda Buller & her Bali Team Edgar’s Mission with Pam Ahern Anima l Liberation with Emma Hurst Animals Deserve Rights Too with Pete Johnson Yakkin About Kyakkin with Justin Paine North Side Equestrian with Rachel Smith Manly Sea Eagles with Paddy McClellan Beacon H ill Bears with Paddy McClellan Check out our Archives Online www.therockittmagazine.com.au To advertise in The Rock-itt Ph: (02) 9975 1105 M: 0438 751 101 Fax: 9402 2053 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Sea Eagles Soaring With our season rea lly opening up and Origin 3 just around the corner, Sea Eagles are looking good sitting on the rails just behind the pace. Paddy McClellan has a full report on our Beaches’ boys as well as a bit of information on Origin 2, and see what he thinks about Origin 3.Take a squiz at our sport section and the NRL Ladder. GO THE MIGHTY SEA EAGLES The Rock-itt says: Sorry if you were offended, chaps Last month some people were offended by an article in ou r ‘Animal Rights’ sectio n wh ich I take full respon sibility for. It was quite poign ant. Issues such as, the rights of oth er living creatures can be a touchy subject as we are still in the d ark about just how much of it goes on and which most of us are still oblivious to. However, because of the nature and at times the hard cold facts of reality, I have d ecided to put a front cover on our ‘Animal Rights’ section warning of the possibility of sad and graphic photo s and content that some of our readers find unpleasant and possibly personally offensive. The truth of the matter is, the issue o f animal cruelty mu st be dealt with if we are to become better human beings and make this country even a better place to live for other generations to come. Those of you who want to be part of our fight for animal rights please feel free to do so by reading this section at the back of the magazin e. Your help is of paramount importance fo r the future of everyone and everything in this great country of ours. Once again, sorry to those we offended it wasn ’t intentional. Pete Johnson (Editor) BEACHES AT A GLANCE with Pete Johnson Bears Notch up First Win Our mighty Beacon Hill Bears have won their first game this season under atrocious weather conditions. Also ou r Junior Bears are in there with pictures and results of last month’s competition. You can check it all out in our sport section in this issue of The Rock -itt. Looking at Our Music Stars The second part of our music feature ‘Looking at Music Sta rs Around Our Swinging Plane t’ is in this issue and whether we keep it or not is up to you. If you think it’s worth putting in each month email us and let us know either way. Malcolm Hill will be back in August with ‘Listen Up’. Look Whose Turning 21 La ra, another of our Beaches young ladies to join The Rock-itt is turning 21on17 th July ‘Happy Birthday sweetie”. Lara will be picking her most outstanding Sea Eagle for the month which will appear in our sport section each issue. He r first selec tion this month is ..... .Sorry you’ll have to turn to our sport section to find out who Lara picked for July. Monica’s Doggy Rescue This is Timmy and he reckons that Monica and her team are the ‘Ants Pants’! But Timmy like all of us would love a home of his own. Somewhere, he can watch the ‘State of Origin’ with his maste r and the rest of the family. A yard where he can romp with the kids, join in family activities and just watch the years go by in peace and happiness. Timmy speaks for a ll his mates at Monica’s. Wouldn’t you like an extra family member this year? Ph: 9486 3133 Happy Birthday George 7th July 2012 The Barber of Brookvale