Mu­seum thanks its vol­un­teers

Tablelands Advertiser - - NEWS - Kather­ine Kokko­nen

DIMBULAH Mu­seum vol­un­teers and their fam­i­lies fin­ished the year off with a scenic jour­ney through his­tory.

The Sa­van­nahlander took about 40 pas­sen­gers on a trip from Al­maden to Dimbulah, with a stop at Lappa Junc­tion Pub, last Satur­day.

Dimbulah and District Mu­seum Com­mit­tee sec­re­tary Grace Ar­menti said the endof-year breakup was a great way to thank the vol­un­teers for all their hard work.

“It was great and peo­ple got to see all he his­tor­i­cal sites and relics,” she said.

“It was a way of say­ing thank you. When we got back we had pre­sen­ta­tions with cer­tifi­cates and lit­tle gifts.

“It was also great to see that the young kids en­joyed the train trip. It was good and I would rec­om­mend it.”

The Dimbulah Rail­way Sta­tion and Mu­seum will be closed from Satur­day, December 17, to Wed­nes­day, March 1.

No Train will be op­er­at­ing dur­ing this pe­riod.

The first Dimbulah Mu­seum Mar­kets will be on Satur­day, Jan­uary 7, from 8.30am to 12.30pm. To book a stall, call Robert on 0428 482 110 or Lois on 0429 021 486.

Sarah Wat­son, Bil­lie-Jo Pet­zler and Natalie Shrive have fun dur­ing the end-of-year farewell.

Earl Wat­son en­joys the jour­ney.

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