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Coasting : Issue 8 Feb 2010
10 central coast • new south wales COASTING FEATURE DAVISTOWN RSL CLUB IS GAMBLING A PROBLEM FOR YOU? G-LINE (NSW) IS A CONFIDENTIAL, ANONYMOUS AND FREE COUNSELLING SERVICE. FREE CALL 1800 633 635. THE DAVO DAVISTOWN RSL CLUB MURNA RD DAVISTOWN 4363-0199 www.davistownrsl.com.au THE DAVO JOHN PAUL YOUNG & ALL STARS BAND friday 12 february love is in the air valentines weekend special tickets members $28, non members $35 meal & show members $63, non members $69 THE BON JOVI SHOW KEEP THE FAITH saturday 13 march doors open 7.30pm. members free, non members $10 CURRY NIGHTS monday nights beef satay, butter chicken, lamb rogan josh, thai fish curry or chicken korma. includes beer, wine or soft drink. $12.50 TUESDAY STEAK NIGHTS tuesday nights with chips, salad or vegies and a free schooner, glass of wine or soft drink. only $12.50 TERRIGAL CARPET CHOICE 3/188 The Entrance Road, Erina. 4367 7329 TRADELINK CARPET CHOICE Shop 3/128 Pacific Hwy, Tuggerah. 4351 1550 www.carpetchoice.com.au/stainmaster CC2253 Take advantage of great savings on STAINMASTER carpet. With 9 ranges and over 100 colours to choose from you ll need to be quick. HURRY! SALE ENDS FEBRUARY 28. Up to 25% is off the carpet only price and does not include installation. Prices as marked in-store. UP TO 25% OFF STAINMASTER® CARPET STAINMASTER® and the STAINMASTER® family of marks and logos are trademarks of INVISTA. Mum cleans up WHEN Leanne Faulkner fell off her horse one too many times she decided to trade it in for a goat called Jenny. It turned out to be a very lucrative swap. Faulkner is the founder of Billie Goat Soap, a Central Coast business which turned over more than $1.65 million last financial year. The operation had humble beginnings. After trying a variety of lotions and potions to combat her son Liam's eczema, Leanne decided to make her own treatment. "It didn't matter what I did, nothing seemed to help Liam and I was so frustrated. I read about goat's milk soap and found that it was high in vitamin A and D which is important when dealing with skin irritations. It also has a pH level very close to our skin's own pH," Faulkner said. "I already had Jenny so I thought I'd give soap making a go and try to help Liam." So, she simply went to the internet and googled "How to make soap". She then enlisted Jenny and got to work in her Ourimbah kitchen. "I did my homework and took a course in soap making," Faulkner said. "Then I made a lot of really bad soap for a really long time and gave it to my friends and family for Christmas. They got pretty good at telling me what was wrong with it." By JILL ARMSBERRY WHITE GOLD: Leanne Faulkner at her Ourimbah property where she produces Billie Goat Soap. The operation turned over more than $1.6 million last financial year. Picture by Stefan Moore. GENTLE: Billie Goat Soap.
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