George joins driver ranks
Joanne Peel’s partner, George Hunter, has recently joined the ranks of qualified train drivers for Jerilderie Mini Rail.
At the Mini Rail day held on June 14, George was presented with his mini steam locomotive licence.
Mini Rail operates on the second Sunday of every month, unless advised otherwise.
Tidy Towns members will meet tomorrow evening, at ‘the office’.
Catholic Women’s League will not meet again until August.
School holidays are on for the next two weeks.
The public school finished up with a pyjama day on Thursday, and St Joseph’s held a school assembly attended by parents on Friday before the ecumenical service in the church at midday.
Some excursions are over, and others are still being anticipated.
Year 5/6 students from the public school travelled to Melbourne in the last weeks of Term 2, and visited many of the city’s tourist attractions.
Grace Peisley enjoyed work experience at the public school, working with Mrs Browning in Year K/1/2 in the last weeks of the term.
The preschoolers were not to be outdone and held their own pyjama party to end the term.
St Joseph’s school is organising a drug information night at the Sports Club in Term 3.
Parents will receive newsletters.
July birthdays at St Joseph’s are Lily Kocks 5th, and Mathew Sleeman 26th.
Best wishes to those young people.
The Jerilderie Hospital Auxiliary will hold its Annual General Meeting on Thursday, July 23.
Nominations for executive positions should be made to the secretary, PO Box 100, before that date.
John Peel presented George Hunter with his mini rail licence.