Weekly chook run kicks off today at the golf club
LEARN the basics of golf, have fun and exercise with friends when the Whitfield and District Golf Club holds its second free ladies golf clinic this Saturday.
The clinic will start at
MYRRHEE chef Paul Koulis is calling for volunteers to establish a sub-committee for a fundraising event to raise money to upgrade the façade at the Myrrhee Soldiers Memorial Hall.
The Greek themed dinner “A Taste Of Greece” will be held on Saturday, December 1 and anybody interested in helping with event planning, food preparation or serving is encouraged to attend a meeting being held tomorrow night at 7pm at the hall in Myrrhee.
THE Green Thumbs Garden Group will hold their next get together tomorrow at the garden of Lorraine and Graeme Vincent, located at 49 Reilly Lane in Oxley.
The group will meet at 10am (byo coffee mug) with more information available by calling Lyn on 5729 8383.
MOYHU and District Preschool and Occasional Care invite the community to attend their 40th birthday celebration on Saturday, October 20 from 12pm until 2pm at the Moyhu Preschool.
Short speeches recognising the milestone will kick off around 12.15pm before the cutting of the birthday cake.
Share memories with fellow past students, teachers, families and friends of the popular centre which has been part of the community for decades.
THE Whitfield and District Golf Club will host the first weekly ‘chook run’ this evening at the course.New players are welcome to come along, with no handicap or experience required, and hit off from 5pm.Enjoy a social game of golf followed by drinks and a barbecue, with a frozen chook going to the weekly winner and prizes to be won for nearest the pin. 9.30am and be led by experienced golf instructor Penny Graeber.Sponsored by Gentle Annie Caravan Park, all equipment will be supplied and everyone is welcome, with more information available by contacting Robyn on 0427 762 464.