Rain’s welcome as the daylight hours grow
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 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.
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.
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.
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