Haintz home wins best dis­play

Southern Riverina news - - NEWS - Mar­i­anne Whe­lan

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.

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