We’re back in busi­ness

Isis Town and Country - - Opinion - Jodie Dixon Reporter jodie.dixon@isistc­news.com.au

AF­TER the in­con­ve­nience of hav­ing the of­fice doors closed, Town and Coun­try is back to busi­ness.

I am happy to in­tro­duce Town and Coun­try’s new­est team mem­ber Jodie Fair. Yep! An­other Jodie.

I en­cour­age our read­ers to pop into our Childers of­fice and say hello.

I want to give a mas­sive thank you for all the con­trib­uted ar­ti­cles this week. Keep the con­tri­bu­tions com­ing.

I have had a num­ber of com­mu­nity groups ap­proach me look­ing for new vol­un­teers and mem­bers – it seems many groups are strug­gling.

If you are in­ter­ested in vol­un­teer­ing your time and skills, I urge the com­mu­nity to sign up and sup­port the com­mu­nity.

To hap­pier news: we are only six weeks out from Christ­mas and only five more pa­pers for the year.

I would like to know who has put up their Christ­mas tree.

Over the com­ing weeks I en­cour­age ev­ery­one to send in pho­tos of your tree, lights and dec­o­ra­tions.

I love Christ­mas and it would be great to see how Childers cel­e­brates. I en­cour­age the com­mu­nity to let us know at Town and Coun­try.

With the freak storm that hit the re­gion over the past week I hope Childers is storm-ready.

I have no­ticed how green the area is look­ing af­ter months with­out rain; send in your pho­tos of your gar­den, fields, crops or even the rolling hills.

Town and Coun­try would like to wish Jaylee McMahon the best of luck at the swim­ming cham­pi­onships later this month in Ade­laide. I think you will bring home gold.

Jodie Dixon With the freak storm ... I hope Childers is storm-ready

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