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ral do­nated by Mel­bourne Based Mu­ral Artist Baden John­son of the Boosey Creek will be join­ing the Me­tal Art Wedge Tailed Ea­gle Sculp­ture in Lions Park which will also be light­ing up the town in the near fu­ture.

Gary Stacey from Tungamah also held his dog jump­ing. One of the dogs jumped an in­cred­i­ble 8 foot high onto the straw bales as seen in the pic­ture.

Kata­matite Lions would like to thank ev­ery­one who came to the day, all the lo­cal vol­un­teers and all the mem­bers from the Yar­ra­wonga and Tungamah Lions clubs who helped on the day. All their spon­sors in­clud­ing the Sir An­drew and Lady Fair­ley Foun­da­tion, An­drew Gold­man Ex­ca­va­tions and many more.

Also Brian and Nicky Goldswor­thy for MC and PA on the day.

The Yar­ra­wonga Mul­wala His­tor­i­cal So­ci­ety is pleased to an­nounce they will be launch­ing their his­tory book as part of Yar­ra­wonga’s 150th celebrations with ev­ery­body wel­come.

The book launch will be held at the Yar­ra­wonga Town Hall on Satur­day, Oc­to­ber 13 at 10am.

RSVP’s by Oc­to­ber 5 by call­ing 02 6035 9415 or by email at aasloane@big­

The book will be $50 for a soft cover and $65 for the hard cover with cash and cheque ac­cepted only or pick up your pre­paid book.

Lake Mul­wala Com­bined Probus Club had 22 mem­bers at­tend the Wan­garatta Turf Club Se­niors Day this year.

Wan­garatta Turf Club or­gan­ise the day, as­sist­ing with trans­port as well as pro­vid­ing a two-course meal and free first drink for the Se­niors, all for a mod­est charge. There is nor­mally an MC and var­i­ous ac­tiv­i­ties or­gan­ised.

It is an ex­cel­lent day out and is very pop­u­lar with the districts se­niors with sev­eral hun­dred at­tend­ing. Two bus­loads of Se­niors from var­i­ous groups were picked up from Yar­ra­wonga and Mul­wala this year.

After the last race the Probus all head back to Yar­ra­wonga hav­ing had a very pleas­ant day.

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