Friday, February 9, 2018

Book it in folks.......Treasure and Tea is on again - MARCH 18

Tea and Treasure

Sunday March 18th 2018

Auction Starts at 12.30

Auction Sale
Good Coffee
Light lunch
Used goods
Home style Cooking
Garden produce
Gardeners Stall
Silent Auction

It is time for the big clean up

Goods will be accepted Friday pm and Saturday all day

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Community Feast and Games Night - Sat 26 AUG

All welcome 

Sat 26 Aug from 6.30

BYO Food and Drinks to share, Tea and Coffee Provided 
No more sitting at home on those cold winter nights thinking that summer is never going to reappear.  Rug yourself up, bring some tucker and pack a game to share.  Come and whip your neighbours buttocks at UNO or Euchre!

 (Fine print…..if you wish to take on jackie Crothers at hand and foot Canasta be prepared to be slaughtered.) 

SEPTEMBER 2017 Scrap Metal Drive

SCRAP METAL DRIVE this year is looking like a goer!  Get prepared folks, September is on.  Start date to be advised soon.  Watch this space! 

Grow and Know Sale - November 11, 2017

All you gardeners out there, pop the gloves on and get potting!  The Grow and Know sale will be on again this year!  Pencil in...

Saturday NOVEMBER 11!

Note : Book worms, start thinking about clearing out those dusty old book shelves and donating all those treasures! 

Full House Committee

We are pleased to announce a full house on the Wangoom Hall Committee.  The lucky few are; Anne Adams, Sue Beaton, Cassie Mackenzie, Damian Walsh, Ken Parsons, Garry Drake, Andy Cumming, Mark Crothers and Sullen Sproles.    If you have any ideas, offers of assistance or support please feel free to contact any current members.  Thank you. 

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Locals in the Local Rag

Check it out folks....That there is Leonie doing her stuff, kindly sponsored by Thomas Crothers.  You can read the article from the Standard below.

(Thanks Thomas for supporting Leonie, super job)

Students help the Delta Therapy Dog program
The group are making significant contributions to the Delta Therapy Dogs program.
The program involves dogs visiting hospitals as a form of therapy to help patients get through their time of illness or injury.
The year 10 leadership group at Brauer College is raising money to ensure the program continues at South West Healthcare. They began this work last year when they held fundraisers as part of their roles as year 9 captains.
On Tuesday, the students watched on as Delta Therapy Dogs graduate Layla and her owner Leonie Guld visited Finn Tolland who was in the pediatric ward with a fractured arm.
Student representative Ella Medley said the ongoing fundraising efforts were worthwhile.
“We are stoked, absolutely stoked, we are so proud we chose this, it’s great,” she said of the program.