Two Wells local Eleisha Arbon is a familiar face on stage with the town’s melodrama group, but last month she appeared on a different stage, of sorts, marrying Steve McCaul at a beautiful Adelaide Hills garden wedding surrounded by autumn flowers and greenery at the picturesque ‘Manor Basket Range’.
Eleisha is the daughter of Anne and Robert Arbon, and Steve the eldest son of Krystyna and Dan McCaul of Mt Jagged, near Mt Compass.
The reception was held at the same venue where 135 guests were treated to a beautiful dinner after canapes were served on the adjoining pergola.
Eleisha was formerly employed at the Two Wells Medical Clinic for 12 years and in 2020 moved into the construction industry.
Steve is a crane truck driver for ACE Crane Trucks at Melrose Park. Eleisha and Steve have now settled into their home at Onkaparinga Hills and wish to thank those who have sent their good wishes.
Congratulations Eleisha and Steve.
Is that the pitter-patter of tiny feet we hear? A big congratulations to Rachel and James Applebee (top right), of Port Gawler, who welcomed their first child on Saturday March 13.
Weighing 3.08kg sweet Andi Jean Applebee was born at Calvary Hospital in North Adelaide.
Andi is the first grandchild for Two Wells locals, Sue and Tony Lange, and the third grandchild for Donna Applebee. She bears her middle name in a nod to both James’ and Rachel’s grandmas, whose first name was Jean.
Welcome to the world little one. And welcome to parenthood Rachel and James, let the journey continue.
Chocolate Heaven for MOW
Two Wells Meals on Wheels (MOW) volunteers pictured above are from left, (back) Malcolm Frost, Ian Gameau, Lorraine Goss, Helen Gameau, Judi Frost, Maria Pellizzari, Pam Duncan, (front) Christobel Crabb, Pauline Bastiaans, Ann Stodart, Sue Holland and Mac Crabb held their annual luncheon at the wonderful and picturesque chocolate factory in Tanuda last month. The volunteers come together once or twice a year to catch up over a meal and are always looking for more helpers. If you’d like to get involved contact Pam Duncan on 0409 002 201.