Wa­ter safety a pri­or­ity as hol­i­days ap­proach

Myrtleford Times - - Letters To The Editor -

MYRTLE­FORD’S Kus­tom Car Club has given back to the com­mu­nity fol­low­ing a hugely suc­cess­ful “Show and Shine and Swap Meet” last month.

The club pre­sented a $1000 cheque to the L2P driv­ers pro­gram and $250 to the Myrtle­ford Men’s Shed at Ruby’s Take­away on Sun­day morn­ing.

Ste­fan Saric from the Kus­tom Car Club, said that help­ing com­mu­nity groups was some­thing that his club were al­ways keen to do.

“Both those groups are re­ally im­por­tant for our com­mu­nity at two dif­fer­ent ends so we are thrilled to be able to sup­port them,” he added.

“Hope­fully this is some­thing we will be able to do more of as the Show and Shine and Swap Meet con­tin­ues to grow and get big­ger.”

Men’s Shed Pres­i­dent, Kevin Din­neen noted that the do­na­tion was the sec­ond sig­nif­i­cant con­tri­bu­tion made to the Shed by the Kus­tom Cars Club.

“This will go a long way to im­prov­ing fa­cil­i­ties and ameni­ties at the Shed,” he added.

“I would like to in­vite all mem­bers of the Cars Club to come up to the Men’s Shed to see what we have to of­fer and how we could sup­port or as­sist any of your en­deav­ours go­ing for­ward.”

It is es­ti­mated over 1000 peo­ple at­tended this year’s Show ‘n’ Shine and Swap Meet that in­cluded over 150 cars.

IM­POR­TANT MES­SAGE: St Mary’s grade three and four stu­dents in­volved in the in­ter­ac­tive lifesaving ses­sion that came to their school last week. BY TATE SPI­TERI

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