Much to gain from a spot of rain

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

WELL, an­other change in the weather.

Cer­tainly it was nice to have the warmer days and it is ideal to do things that pre­vi­ously were too cold to do.

It would be good to welcome some over­due rain to re­ally wet ev­ery­thing, also to help the grass grow, es­pe­cially as we are com­ing into sum­mer.

Fash­ion pa­rade

COM­ING up on Satur­day, Septem­ber 9 is the Jambin QCWA Spring­time Fash­ion Pa­rade.

All are welcome in the Jambin Com­mu­nity Hall, be­gin­ning with morn­ing tea at 9.30am with a cost of $5 and a mon­ster cent sale.

School news

Con­grat­u­la­tions to the years 3 and 5 stu­dents for their ef­forts in NAPLAN this year.

Once again prin­ci­pal Kerry would like to say that their amaz­ing re­sults are a re­flec­tion on the en­tire school com­mu­nity.

Gar­den lovers

A big thanks to Eileen Sur­tees for mak­ing her gar­den avail­able last month. Next gar­den is at Clista Sch­midt’s home at 67 Thal­berg Av.

There will be plants for sale on the day.

Names are also needed for our Christ­mas Breakup at the Bowls Club. Cooks are Jean Dobbs, Betty Pi­a­hana, Ch­eryl Henny and Lyn Swift.

See you all there.

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