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Rosie Clark Dance comes to Warrawee!

We are thrilled to have Rosie Clark Dance Studio visiting Warrawee to run a chair-based dance / fitness class!

Classes are held fortnightly on Thursdays for interested retirees over the age of 55, which includes simple and easy to follow exercises incorporating movement and memory combinations, props, and items to help with sensory and engagement, lots of fun and your favourite songs!

Contact us on 8541 3655 for more information or to book for a class.


Future Development

Exciting times ahead for Warrawee and for Waikerie!

The District Council of Loxton Waikerie have agreed to donate a parcel of land between Elders Way and Smith Drive to Warrawee Lodge, which will allow us to expand our village and help to provide more options for affordable housing to retirees. Great news for those on our waiting list and for our future retirees! There is still much to be done before building commences but its a great step forward. See this week’s Murray Pioneer for the full article.

Warrawee Lodge maintenance supervisor Raymond Davis with Loxton Waikerie Mayor Trevor Norton on the site earmarked for expansion. PHOTO: Paul McCormick


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