Meet your Commonwealth Games Batonbearers
This week the Yarrawonga Chronicle introduces our readers to the first two of a group of worthy community recipients chosen to carry the 2018 Commonwealth Games Queen’s Baton.
Approximately 3800 Australians will carry the Queen’s Baton on its 100-day journey across the nation in the lead up to the games, with the torch to visit Yarrawonga on February 15, 2018.
Today we introduce Nick Megarrity and Robert Muir, in the coming weeks we hope to feature more of your local batonbearers from the following list;
Geoff Arnold (Elanora), Adriana Fazio (Cobram), Tracy Gillies (Yarrawonga), Margot Gorman (Mulwala), Leigh Hansen (Barooga), Daniel Herrod (Yarrawonga), Terry Johnstone (Wahgunyah), Greg Lumby (Brimin), Brian Lyons (Yarrawonga), Joanne McCarthy (Yarrawonga), Kerry McDonnell (Yerong Creek), Michael Price (Yarrawonga), Dean Pullar (Flinders), Jennifer Sagaidak (Yarrawonga), Ray Sweeny (Cobram), James Willett (Mulwala), Barry Wilson (Finley).