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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.