Gospel Singers tuned up for tonight

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THE Old Time Gospel Wagon and Team is at the Jer­ilderie Show­grounds for the rest of this week, with the Old Time Gospel Singers per­form­ing tonight from 7pm.

The two horses and wagon have be­come a fa­mil­iar sight in the district, as they travel be­tween towns.

Kids club is this morn­ing, Thurs­day and Fri­day, from 10am to noon, for all chil­dren from 6 years of age and over.

A movie at 7pm Fri­day, a Cook-up Satur­day night from 6pm, and a 10am Ser­vice on Sun­day morn­ing, will com­plete the pro­gram.

●●● Don’t miss out on the Jer­ilderie Pre-school fundraiser – a Mas­ter Chef evening with a lo­cal flavour, on Satur­day Au­gust 6 from 7.30pm, at the Ian Gil­bert Room.

The six un­likely couples con­tend­ing for the cov­eted award are Car­men Law­ton and Stephen Dal­gleish, Bob­bie Furletti and Melinda Ro­rato, Kat and Travis Rochford, Gina and Vic­tor Ston­nill, Alan Wedesweiler and Rhonda Bryce, and Kieran and Emily Raleigh.

Tick­ets are $25 per per­son, to be paid for at the Shire Of­fice. Book early to ob­tain a ring­side ta­ble.


Be­lated sym­pa­thy is ex­tended to Sue Hen­wood and fam­ily, fol­low­ing the death of Jory on June 14, at GV Hos­pi­tal Shep­par­ton.

●●● Lo­cal peo­ple were sad­dened to learn of the deaths, within hours of one an­other on June 25, of Mil­lie and Al­lan Stenhouse.

A ser­vice cel­e­brat­ing the lives of Mil­lie and Al­lan was held in the Jer­ilderie Civic Hall on Thurs­day June 30, and at­tended by over 300.

Sym­pa­thy is ex­tended to Ray, Loyis, Ali­son, Glen, and Di, and their fam­i­lies.

●●● Jer­ilderie Red Cross will meet a week later than usual this month.

Mr J Pocuis from Re­gional Head­quar­ters in Wagga will be at­tend­ing the July meet­ing, now on Thurs­day 14th, at 2pm at the Com­mu­nity Cen­tre. All are wel­come.

●●● On Mon­day June 28, mem­bers of the Jer­ilderie Fo­cus Group, and part­ners, at­tended a lun­cheon at the Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, to mark the end of the Cen­tacare Ru­ral Sup­port Pro­gram.

A de­li­cious, healthy lunch was pro­vided and served by mem­bers of St Joseph’s P & F.

Wendy Toole, who has been man­ag­ing the pro­gram from Fin­ley for the past two years, gave an over­view of the achieve­ments of the group, and thanked the lo­cal peo­ple who had been in­stru­men­tal in the suc­cess of the pro­gram.

Start­ing in late 2009, with Wendy ( Rhonda Pethert ran the pro­gram for two years prior) it in­cluded first:

First Aid train­ing, Car­ers As­sist ed­u­ca­tion, a skate park event (Fin­ley), part­ner­ships with Jer­ilderie Lions for a brain health night, and bowel cancer and di­a­betes fo­rum, ob­tain­ing grants through Jer­ilderie Men­shed for com­puter train­ing for be­gin­ners, a Triple P par­ent­ing course, a bud­get course, pam­per days, har­vest night and Dar­ling­ton Point zoo trip for dis­ad­van­taged fam­i­lies, to name just a few.

Sis­ter Ber­nadette Pat­ter­son, from Cen­tacare Wagga, was able to ad­vise those present that a pro­gram called Com­mu­ni­ties for Chil­dren, funded by the Com­mon­wealth Gov­ern­ment, will be start­ing in the Ber­ri­gan and Jer­ilderie Lo­cal Gov­ern­ment ar­eas in early July.

The aim is to im­prove out­comes for chil­dren from 0 to 12 years of age, and will in­clude con­sul­ta­tion with the com­mu­ni­ties and for­ma­tion of com- mit­tee groups of peo­ple with knowl­edge in the child care field.

●●● A big chee­rio and good health to Mick Bald­win, Barry Sher­rit and Laurie Black­more who are out of ac­tion for a lit­tle while.

●●● Pub­lic School and St Joseph’s Catholic School fi­nal­ists in this year’s lo­cal Lions Pub­lic Speak­ing competition will meet for the judges at the Jer­ilderie Lions din­ner later in July, at the Colony Inn Ho­tel.

It is un­der­stood that the stan­dard is high and judges will be hard pressed to sep­a­rate the con­tenders.

●●● Best wishes to the fol­low­ing who have birthdays in July: St Joseph’s stu­dents Elouise Bar­low (July 9), Mathew WrightVi­dler (26th), Jack Hamil­ton (27th) and Kiara Keat­ing (29th); Pub­lic School - Lana Martin (1st), Ni­cholas Bald­win (4th), Rory Knight (14th), Zoe Hol­combe (17th), Char- lie Simp­son (24th), Mitchell A’Vard (26th), and Ali Al­he­jaj (31st).

●●● Vic­to­ria Bryce has a birth­day on July 16, and her mother Ann Wright had a spe­cial one on the fourth.

Chris El­lis also cel­e­brated an­other year on Amer­i­can In­de­pen­dence Day.

●●● St Joseph’s school hosted the Dean­ery Car­ni­val last Tues­day, with stu­dents from Ber­ri­gan, Fin­ley, Tocumwal and Urana Catholic Schools join­ing Jer­ilderie stu­dents for a great day of competition in per­fect weather.

The fol­low­ing St Joseph’s stu­dents qual­i­fied to go onto the Dioce­san Car­ni­val in Al­bury in Au­gust - Zack Rochford, Har­ri­son Brad­ford, Ben Neessen, Kiara Keat­ing, Phoebe Wat­son, Mi­lie Ston­nill, Ju­lia Bar­low, Jessie Read, Casey DiLullo, Is­abella Catena, Mardie Hamil­ton and Kobi Howes. Well done and good luck!

●●● Pub­lic School stu­dents Nick Parker, Lana Martin, Zac Bar­low and their fam­i­lies re­cently at­tended the open­ing of the Di­rec­tor’s Choice Ex­hi­bi­tion in Wagga, where art­works of the three stu­dents, and for­mer stu­dent Tobin Cioffi, were in­cluded in the Re­gional Of­fice ex­hi­bi­tion.

It is a cause for some pride that four of the 38 art­works cho­sen for the dis­play came from Jer­ilderie.

●●● Nick Parker and Grace Pies­ley were placed first and third for the Rive­rina in the Bi­cy­cle NSW Hel­met De­sign competition, win­ning a new bike and hel­met (Nick), and a vis­i­bil­ity bike pack (Grace).

Grace was also in the run­ning for the state Peo­ple’s Choice Award.

●●● Sto­ry­time is at the li­brary to­mor­row from 11am to 11.30am.

The knit­ting group con­tin­ues to meet on Thurs­day morn­ings, and are al­ways grate­ful for 8-ply wool for their Wraps With Love.

Just a re­minder that hours at the li­brary are Mon­days 2pm to 5pm, Wed­nes­days 2pm to 6pm, Thurs­days and Fri­days 10am to 12 noon and 2pm to 5pm, and Satur­days 10am to 12 noon. The li­brary phone num­ber is 5886 1868.

Grab a good book or a DVD for those win­ter nights in front of the fire.

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