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and the schools and many com­mu­nity groups who en­tered so en­thu­si­as­ti­cally into the spirit of the oc­ca­sion.

To Des Lon­er­gan for his ex­pert com­men­tary. To the emer­gency ser­vices of Yar­ra­wonga for their pres­ence at the pa­rade to en­sure the safety of the par­tic­i­pants.

To the Yar­ra­wonga Col­lege P -12 and Sa­cred Heart Sec­ondary Col­lege for open­ing their schools for pub­lic in­spec­tion.

To Fr Steve and Fr Neil for con­duct­ing the Ec­u­meni­cal Ser­vice and to An­drew Brown and the Ec­u­meni­cal Choir and the other par­tic­i­pants for their con­tri­bu­tions to the ser­vice.

To Ray McCart­ney and the ‘Old Fo­gies’ for pro­vid­ing the en­ter­tain­ment be­fore and af­ter the ser­vice.

To Brian Hicks Trans­port for pro­vid­ing the stage for the Ec­u­meni­cal Church Ser­vice, Gary Evans for de­liv­er­ing the stage and Miles O’Kane for or­gan­is­ing the steps.

A spe­cial men­tion for Ian Reid for the sound sys­tems at the Ec­u­meni­cal Ser­vice and the book launch at the Yar­ra­wonga Town Hall.

An­other spe­cial thank you to the Yar­ra­wonga Chron­i­cle for their sup­port, both in the lead up to the week­end’s events, and the ex­cel­lent wrap­around that was pub­lished dur­ing the week of the event.

To ClubMul­wala, the Mul­wala Wa­ter Ski Club, the Yar­ra­wonga Mul­wala Golf Club Re­sort, Rob­bie Knowles and the crew of the Cum­beroona, and Ni­cole McPher­son and her team at Byra­mine Homestead for pro­vid­ing their fa­cil­i­ties for the en­joy­ment of ev­ery­body over the week­end.

To the Lions Club for pro­vid­ing the BBQ on the Yar­ra­wonga Fore­shore and Rotary for the BBQ at Kennedy Park.

To the Alexan­dra Park Club Ltd , the Mul­wala Wa­ter Ski Club, ClubMul­wala, and Yar­ra­wonga Mul­wala Tourism and Busi­ness for their fi­nan­cial sup­port, with­out which the 150th cel­e­bra­tions could not have oc­curred.

I would also like to take the op­por­tu­nity to thank Yar­ra­wonga Newsagency, the Yar­ra­wonga Chron­i­cle and Vis­i­tor In­for­ma­tion Cen­tre for their gen­er­ous sup­port by help­ing to sell the his­tory books at their of­fices. We would also like to re­mind those peo­ple who have pre­paid for the book that they should call at the Pi­o­neer Mu­seum dur­ing open­ing hours to col­lect their book. Bay­ley Street traf­fic con­cern

As a res­i­dent liv­ing in Bayly Street, Mul­wala I’m ap­palled at the amount of trucks and cars speed­ing and us­ing their mo­bile phones.

Bayly Street has be­come a mo­torist’s speed­way. It’s only a mat­ter of time un­til a se­ri­ous ac­ci­dent oc­curs.

Once cars, trucks etc turn into Bayly Street it’s open slather and they do what­ever they like.

Much more sig­nage is needed and even a po­lice car cruis­ing up and down to stop this hoon be­hav­iour.

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