Cuppa for Cancer
Cuppa for Cancer will be held on Wednesday, May 23 at 10am at the Rochester Bowling Club. There will be a guest speaker. For information, call 5484 1050.
Campaspe River Reserve Committee
Volunteer group that looks after the river reserve and walking track along the Campaspe at Rochester. New people needed to assist. For information, call Sharon on 0409 280 509.
St Joseph’s school reunion
For all who attended from prep at St Joseph’s Primary 1964 to form 4 at Sacred Heart 1976.
The reunion will be held on October 20 at the Rochester Wine Bar.
Contact Loretta Scott on 0423 331 937 or find the Rochester: St Joes Sacred Heart 64-76 reunion group on Facebook.
Lockington Swap Meet and Market
There will be a swap meet and market at Lockington Park on Sunday, May 20. The event, promoted by the Lions Club of Lockington, is on from 7am to 1pm.
A site fee of $10 includes one adult entry. Regular entry is $5 for adults and children are free.
For information contact Marg Dowie on these numbers (0427 795 576 or 5483 7559) or email@example.com
REDHS Fashion Parade
The REDHS hospital auxiliary fashion parade is on Friday.
Come and get a sneak peek at the new season’s fashion — all while raising money for the hospital auxiliary’s vital work.
It’s on from 7.30pm at the Rochester Racecourse Recreation Reserve complex.
Tickets are $15 with a chance to win a $200 clothes voucher. They can be purchased at Parsons Rochester or through the auxiliary committee. For more information, call 5484 1050.
Ballendella Red Cross Raffle
Ballendella Red Cross held a successful Mother’s Day street stall.
Raffle winners were Leigh Wilson (first), Jenny Herbert (second) and Denise Acocks (third).
The Red Cross thanks community members for their support.
Coliban Water Treatment Plant Tour
There will be a tour of the Rochester Water Treatment Plant tomorrow from 9.30am. The tour will run for 45 minutes and there will be a morning tea at the senior citizens club afterwards. Anyone interested should meet at the treatment plant at 9.30am. For more information, contact Russell Major on 5484 1932 or 0408 841 932.