Crawford couple tie the knot
The marriage of a local couple was celebrated in Echuca recently.
Ashley, son of Stewart and Anne Crawford, married Sarah, daughter of Doug and Cathy Wright from Cobram.
Ashley was attended by his brother Brendon, Tim Farrell and Michael Wheatly. Sarah’s bridesmaids were her sisters, Jessica and Carly Brooks.
A reception for 120 guests was at Oscar W’s restaurant with a recovery on Sunday on a houseboat.
The newlyweds have made their home in Tocumwal. 2012 is the National Year of Reading and what better place to start than your local library.
Nowadays books are still the mainstay of the library with technology running a close second.
A library happening will take place on Thursday, March 8 when there will be a Literary Luncheon at Berrigan. This is to celebrate the International Women’s Day.
More about the guest speaker, the author of Hell is Only Half Full, next week.
If there is enough interest a bus will run from Tocumwal. Names down at the library. The National Cycling Championships in Adelaide last week had a Tocumwal connection.
Sixteen year-old Emily Mcredmond, a member of the Western Australian under-19 pursuit team that won a silver medal in a hotly contested race.
Emily is a daughter of Suellen (Poustie), granddaughter of Bev and niece of Donna and Leanne. Tocumwal PROBUS return from their summer break with a meeting at Tocumwal Railway Station Museum on Tuesday, February 16.
Guest speaker is Mr Hulland, who will tell of his life in Tocumwal and working for the mint. School for 2012 is in full swing.
Tocumwal Public School swimming scheme for the pupils has begun, culminating with the Swimming Carnival on Friday, February 17.
A large number of Kindergarten students have been welcomed to the school along with new teacher Kate Gowty who brings to the school her extensive musical skills.
Happy birthday to the many who had their special days during January. Happy birthday this week to Will Anderson, Sarah Vanderhoek and Mackenzie Loughridge.