Ja­panese vis­i­tors set­tle in to town

Mansfield Courier - - TRADES & SER­VICES -

on Satur­day, April 8.

The at­ten­dees and in­ter­ested par­ties will be bussed to the race course.

The bus will leave at 10.30am with a cost of $20 for non-mem­bers and $45 cov­ers en­trée, a race book and a com­ple­men­tary glass of re­fresh­ment.

Call Kerry 0418 394 205 to re­serve a spot.

LAST week­end 22 car club mem­bers at­tended morn­ing tea and a view­ing in Ch­eryl and Barry An­stee’s amaz­ing shed fol­lowed by lunch at the Mans­field Golf Club.

Club mem­bers Jill and Pe­ter Reynolds were cel­e­brat­ing their spe­cial 50th wed­ding an­niver­sary.


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IM­PRES­SIVE: The an­nual drive to Jamieson from Bal­larat cel­e­brat­ing Tom Watts life, at­tracted more than 50 rid­ers this past week­end. They are pic­tured in Perkins Street, be­fore leav­ing on Sun­day.

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