Haintz home wins best display
A big crowd turned up for the 24th Annual Community Breakfast hosted by Dawmac and the Lions Club.
It was a great community catch up and was an opportunity to recognise and congratulate all the people who put up Christmas lights and announce the winners.
The Best Lighting Display was won by Maddison and Fraser Haintz, second was Stuart and Arlena Pyle and third was Tamara Graham.
The Best Decorated Yard or House was awarded to Ross and Flo Glanvill, second prize went to Grant and Tamika Martin and third prize went to Tina Hooper.
Encouragement awards went to Damien and Belinda Taylor and Marianne Whelan.
Best Business first prize went to Avalook, and second went to Dawmac.
Thank you to everyone for getting into the Christmas spirit and making our town look amazing.
John Lane also announced the winners of the Dawmac Australian Open Tennis tickets, who were Geoff Swann, Ken Bruce, Craig Smith, Brian Demeo, Colin Arnold, Josh Hutchinson, Geoff McLeod, Narraine Pastoral Company and Dan Harris.
The Community Club will be having a two person ambrose competition this Sunday.
Organise your own partner, this is a fun social day and is for all ages and golfing handicapped and non handicapped players.
Joan Cottam received some great news about her grandsons Lachlan and Harry Wells — sons of Brendan and Mandy Wells.
Lachlan has just completed his mechanic apprenticeship with honours and Harry is now captain of St Anne’s Secondary School in Temora.
I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas and has a happy and safe new year.
Best Lighting Display went to Maddison and Fraser Haintz’s home.
Gerald Ryan and Gordon Yelland at the breakfast.
Chantelle and Maggi Henderson at the breakfast.
Stuart, Darcy and Lucy Pyle at the Dawmac breakfast.