Trick or treaters to hit the streets

Southern Riverina news - - NEWS - Judy Ryan

Young witches and warlocks, un­der the su­per­vi­sion of more se­nior mem­bers of their coven, will be trick­ing and treat­ing around town on Mon­day evening for Hal­loween. Those tak­ing part are to reg­is­ter at the Sports Club at 4pm sharp.

There will be prizes for best dressed chil­dren in four age groups, and one for the best dressed par­ent.

If you are happy to be vis­ited by the trick or treaters at your home, please reg­is­ter with Kylie on 0400 319 084.

The night has been or­gan­ised by the Jer­ilderie Arts and Tal­ents So­ci­ety.

The an­nual Jer­ilderie Flower Show is on this Fri­day, in the Civic Hall.

En­try for ex­hibits opens at 8.30am and the of­fi­cial open­ing is at 2pm.

There will be items to en­ter­tain you from the pre-school­ers and pri­mary schools stu- John & Mena Shawky dents, and lots of stalls to give you ideas for Christ­mas presents.

Ad­mis­sion to the hall will be $2, with lunch for $15, and af­ter­noon tea for $5.

Roses and other blooms are in abun­dance, so there should be some mag­nif­i­cent flo­ral dis­plays.

Sched­ules are avail­able at IGA and the newsagency.

Get some tips for re­cy­cling from the ABC ra­dio gar­den­ing ex­pert from 10.30am to noon, and bring along those blunt knives and scis­sors to get them sharp­ened by Gor­don My­ers be­tween 9am and 1pm.

The Hos­pi­tal Aux­il­iary will hold its Oc­to­ber meet­ing to­mor­row at 2pm, in the meet­ing room at the Com­mu­nity Cen­tre. New mem­bers will be made most wel­come.

Jer­ilderie Lions Club will be host­ing the 2016 Mel­bourne Cup Cal­cutta at the Jer­ilde- rie Sports Club on Mon­day, Oc­to­ber 31, start­ing at 7pm sharp.

Lions will be sell­ing tick­ets out­side IGA this Fri­day and Sun­day. For fur­ther de­tails, con­tact Paul Ryan, Ray Bright, or Richard Wright.

Both schools have been hav­ing fun do­ing re­cent work­shops with the En­vi­ronMen­tors, learn­ing about re­cy­cling and look­ing after their own en­vi­ron­ment.

The Jer­ilderie Pre-school olive oil fundraiser is still on.

Bot­tles of lo­cally grown and pro­duced olive oil are avail­able for $12.

The colour­ful la­bels clev­erly in­cor­po­rate the fin­ger prints of all the chil­dren cur­rently at­tend­ing the pre-school.

Con­tact ei­ther of the schools or the preschool if you would like more in­for­ma­tion.

Sym­pa­thy is ex­tended to June Scam­mell and her fam­ily fol­low­ing the death of June’s sis­ter in Mel­bourne on Sun­day.

A group of parish­ioners from St Joseph’s Catholic Church, Jer­ilderie, at­tended the 40th an­niver­sary cel­e­bra­tions of Fa­ther John McGrath’s Or­di­na­tion to the Priest­hood in Ber­ri­gan on Sun­day.

They joined with McGrath fam­ily mem­bers, peo­ple from Ber­ri­gan and other parishes in which Fa­ther John has served, or is now serv­ing, and other min­is­ters of re­li­gion.

Mass at 11am in St Columba’s Church was fol­lowed by a pleas­ant lunch in the Ber­ri­gan Memo­rial Hall. War­matta Street, FIn­ley. Ph 5883 1221

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