Lindy’s ho­tel ex­hi­bi­tion

Deniliquin Pastoral Times - - OUT & ABOUT -

For­mer lo­cal Lindy Clark is to have her own art ex­hi­bi­tion.

Lindy has ac­cepted an in­vi­ta­tion from Pas­toral Ho­tel li­censees John and Tracey to dis­play her works in the ho­tel.

So now, when you have a meal in the ho­tel’s din­ing room you will be able to also take in the beauty of her tal­ented works.

Well done also to John and Tracey for giv­ing her the op­por­tu­nity.

And, if they wish, Mathoura’s abun­dance of tal­ented artists will en­able them to hold exhibitions for the en­tire year.

Congratulations are ex­tended to for­mer lo­cal, Jacque­line Rumsey.

Jacque­line and her part­ner, Travis Col­li­hole, have wel­comed a new baby boy.

Zan­der War­ren Col­li­hole was born in late Novem­ber and is a baby brother for Xavier (4) and Linken (2).

He is also a grand­son for Les Rumsey and Jackie Tubb and Terry and So­nia Col­li­hole of De­niliquin, Linda Col­li­hole and Garry Brame from Bal­larat and the late Josephine Rumsey of Mathoura.

Congratulations to the ‘Crump Crew’ on their ex­cit­ing new ven­ture, The Tim­ber­cut­ter Red Gum Bar and Restau­rant at Pic­nic Point.

The venue, sit­u­ated at the junc­tion of the Mur­ray and Ed­ward Rivers, has been treat­ing vis­i­tors and lo­cals to some fine fare in unique sur­round­ings since its open­ing be­fore Christ­mas.

Congratulations to Mathoura Pub­lic School’s sport­ing stars as fol­lows: Premier’s Sport­ing Chal­lenge, Alvin Cooper; Se­nior Sport­ing Ef­fort, Jemika Cooper; Ju­nior Sport­ing Ef­fort, CJ Wil­son and Ry­der Dou­glas; Ju­ve­nile Sport­ing Ef­fort, Matilda Eddy.

Sportsper­son for 2017 was Mar­cus Moorse and the Win­ning House was Moira (Cap­tains Shalbe and Dot­tie).

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