Holiday fun to wind up

Isis Town and Country - - Opinion - Jodie Dixon Re­porter jodie.dixon@isistc­

IT HAS been a mostly great week around the re­gion.

The weather is cool­ing down and the school hol­i­days are com­ing to an end. I hope all the school kids have had a great time.

Town and Coun­try would like to see your holiday photos. Let us know where you went and what you did.

I went to a ta­lent show last Satur­day night and I was im­pressed. Our re­gion has many young artists and I must ad­mit I was a lit­tle jeal­ous of their vo­cal skills.

Sadly, this week we have had a mo­tor­cy­cle ac­ci­dent, re­sult­ing in the death of a rider who had at­tended an event in Childers and was on his way home.

My con­do­lences to the fam­ily and friends of Mr Fitzsi­mons, it’s a re­minder to travel safe this week­end as the hol­i­days wind down.

This Satur­day night, the Gin Gin Mul­ti­cul­tural Group will be host­ing a Har­mony Day feast. The or­gan­is­ers are en­cour­ag­ing ev­ery­one to join in and bring a plate of food to share.

I am look­ing for­ward to ex­pand­ing my waist­line in the name of jour­nal­ism.

Thanks for all the con­tri­bu­tions this week and for letting Town and Coun­try know when you have events com­ing up.

Con­grat­u­la­tions to the Grand Ho­tel for hav­ing the cold­est beer in town.

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