Gar­den Club Spring and Rose Flower Show

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OUR Gar­den Club Spring and Rose Flower Show was held at Bren­nan’s Mitre 10 Store on the week­end of the 14 & 15 of Oc­to­ber. The un­kind weather to both farm­ers and Gar­den­ers alike made for a much smaller show. With the sup­port and help from club members and Mitre 10 man­age­ment and staff we had a great dis­play. The Raf­fle do­nated by Bren­nan’s was won by Rita Dick­er­son. Our most suc­cess­ful ex­hibitor was Bev and Phill Good, the Cham­pion Rose: Carol Tink, Cham­pion cut Flower: Pushpa Jeysaleen, Cham­pion Pot Plant: Joan Camp­bell, and Cham­pion Dec­o­ra­tive: Kay Ben­nett. Con­grat­u­la­tions to all who en­tered whether you won or not you help make the show a suc­cess. Your par­ents can be ashamed of you.

to Lan­g­ley’s Coaches for the re­cent Tassie High­lights tour. Ex­cel­lent in every way. Cheerful, friendly, help­ful. Ter­rific in every way. More like a big fam­ily out­ing.

to Fay Gravau for all your char­ity work you’ve done at Bracken House over the years.

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to chief jour­nal­ist, Yvette Aubusson-fo­ley, for her page 23 opin­ion piece in the Oc­to­ber 26 edi­tion of Dubbo Photo News, “Equal Mar­riage”. Fi­nally, a ra­tio­nal hu­man be­ing has pre­sented the facts with­out at­tack­ing ei­ther sides of this equa­tion. She so gets it!

to Chris and his team from West­ern Tree Man­age­ment for a job well done on a Satur­day. Bulbs and plants pro­tected, ef­fi­cient and speedy ser­vice.

and thank you to Les­ley from Coon­am­ble for your kind and gen­er­ous gift to me last Thurs­day. You made my day!

to Welling­ton Gar­den Group for a Spec­tac­u­lar Gar­den Tour Day on Sun­day, Oc­to­ber 22. Per­fect weather, per­fectly or­gan­ised, six per­fect gar­dens in and around Welling­ton. Morn­ing tea, lunch, mu­sic and va­ri­ety stalls all avail­able. Happy peo­ple ev­ery­where amongst awe­some gar­dens. Con­grat­u­la­tions to ev­ery­one in­volved pro­vid­ing an awe­some day out. Well Done!

to Michelle Frew who works at Re­wards. Her ser­vice is out­stand­ing and her pa­tience with cus­tomers is ex­cel­lent.

to Two Doors for their Dine Pink Event on Satur­day night. Fab­u­lous Food and sup­port­ing Breast Can­cer Net­work Aus­tralia (BCNA)

to peo­ple and groups that take and drink al­co­hol at com­mu­nity events that are al­co­hol-free events.

to all in­volved in or­gan­is­ing and run­ning the 2017 Re­lay for Life. A great com­mu­nity event. They only thing you couldn’t con­trol was

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the weather – ev­ery­thing else was won­der­ful.

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up to Buniny­ong Butch­ery for the great cus­tomer ser­vice and fab­u­lous meat.

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Thumbs down to Dubbo Re­gional Coun­cil – you would think you could do a hot wash and clean up the foot­path at the Buniny­ong Shop­ping Cen­tre.

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to Coles Su­per­mar­ket who I don’t blame for not want­ing their gro­cery trol­lies left around the streets of Dubbo but would it be pos­si­ble to at least show their cus­tomers the cour­tesy to push their laden trol­lies across to the other side of the main street with­out lock­ing up. Think about it.

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to Sonya Hogan who or­gan­ised a won­der­ful hol­i­day for us. It was more than we ex­pected and was ex­cel­lent ser­vice. If you are think­ing of trav­el­ling give Sonya a call. Thanks again, from the group.

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to the young girl at the Op­tus Shop at Orana Mall who helped me with my bill on Fri­day, Oct 27. I had rang Op­tus three times on my phone which they still didn’t re­spond to my prob­lem. So I de­cided to go to the shop and let them ring for me. The young girl at the shop and rang them and she got my bill re­duced down to what I could af­ford to pay. Thank you from the bot­tom of my heart, you are an an­gel.

to peo­ple that walk their dogs in the beau­ti­ful South­lakes walk­ways that do not pick up there dog crap, you’re spoil­ing the area for ev­ery­one! Do the right thing and put it in the bin! &Thumbs

up to David at Har­vey Nor­man bed­ding for go­ing above and be­yond to find match­ing linen for my bed­room. You are awe­some, David, thank you.

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to the two won­der­ful guys who came to my aid af­ter fall­ing down on the foot­path. They es­corted me over the road to my doc­tor in Bultje Street with­out any fuss. I am so grate­ful.

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for the Fan­tas­tic tour of the Art Gallery by Jes­sica for U3A group. Thanks Jes­sica, Dubbo is for­tu­nate to have such a knowl­edge­able per­son.

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to Cassie at the Re­ject shop for her great cus­tomer ser­vice and po­lite help­ful­ness. It’s al­ways a plea­sure to shop at the Re­ject shop with the staff dis­play­ing such a pos­i­tive at­ti­tude.

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to Emma at the Mac­quarie Street Tel­stra Store. While I was in the store I saw Emma of­fer to walk an el­derly lady (who looked very un­steady) a few blocks back to her house. Very lovely to see such care.

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to Dave and Mar­garet Read­ford at Read­fords mo­tor­cy­cles. I had a tyre prob­lem and a trip booked. They or­dered the tyre and had it fit­ted very quickly, and the team did it all with a smile. Very much ap­pre­ci­ated the good cus­tomer ser­vice.

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to Tyre­power. Great ser­vice, so help­ful and friendly. Shop­ping there is a plea­sure.

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to Wanda the amaz­ing com­mu­nity mid­wife. What an in­valu­able ser­vice you pro­vide to lo­cal women. Thank you so much for the re­cent ad­vice and help you pro­vided to our fam­ily.

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to the won­der­ful mid­wives at the Dubbo Pri­vate hospi­tal. The love and sup­port you showed us will be for­ever re­mem­bered. It breaks my heart that fu­ture moth­ers will not have ac­cess to your knowl­edge and care but I am so grate­ful we could be blessed by you all for our three chil­dren. Thank you!

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to the Fast lane cof­fee Bultje street es­pe­cially Dy­lan who helped clean my car when I dropped cof­fee in the car. You guys went over and above to help. Thank you.

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to Dave, Evie and Isaac from Mon­ster Signs and Greg from Lout Per­for­mance who helped get my car started this week when I was stranded on Fitzroy Street. There are way, way more helpers in the world than bad guys, and you are all liv­ing proof. Thank you!

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