Rain’s wel­come as the day­light hours grow

Central Telegraph - - LIFE | MY TOWN - JAM­BIN JUNE THIEDEKE P: 4992 5343 E: news­room@cen­tral­tele­graph.com.au

WELL the days are start­ing to get a lit­tle longer, so it means we’ll be able to get a lit­tle more done out­side. The re­cent rain, though not a lot, has greened the grass up and ev­ery­thing looks well.

Wel­come home

Wel­come home to Verna and Alex Mathe­son of Cal­lide, who have re­turned from Vic­to­ria. Verna had a few weeks down there whereas Alex, hav­ing the farm to run, did not have quite as long. But I’m sure all is well for them both, hav­ing checked out the farm sit­u­a­tion.

Sur­prise guests

What a lovely sur­prise last Satur­day. While do­ing a lit­tle house­work I was in­ter­rupted by three ladies from Rock­hamp­ton who had de­cided to come and see me for a lit­tle while.

Two of three were mem­bers of the QCWA. As I have not been to Rock­hamp­ton for a while it was quite good to see them.

Fash­ion pa­rade

Jam­bin QCWA branch will hold a spring­time fash­ion pa­rade by Millers in the Jam­bin Com­mu­nity Hall. It’s com­ing up on Satur­day, Septem­ber 9.

The event will start with morn­ing tea at 9.30am. The cost is $5.

Cent sale

There will be an end of win­ter cent sale next Satur­day at the Catholic Cen­tre at Biloela, It will be held in St Joseph’s Hall in Rain­bow St from 2pm. Lucky door prize $50.

Ad­mis­sion is $5. Fresh fruit and tray raf­fles

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