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Youth events

Youth can head to Moruya to see BAck to the Future at a pop-up drive-in on April 17.

Eurobodalla Shire Council's youth development officer Mark Ettridge said: "We're encouraging learners, P-platers, and their friends and families to come along." Shire youth delegates (pictured left) have helped plan youth week events.

Country Women's Association

Think you know your music? Come along to our "Name that Tune" music trivia afternoon tea at Narooma CWA rooms at 1.30pm, Wednesday, April 17. Entry $9. Let's test your knowledge with 100 questions, have a few laughs and help support the CWA of NSW Disaster Relief Fund. Did you know that CWA of NSW has distributed more than $10 million in drought relief?

If you can't make the trivia, come and see what we have at The Easter Saturday Garage Sale from 8am-2pm on April 20. Sausage sizzle, pre-loved items, books, homemade cakes, plants etc. Or you might like to donate some items for CWA to sell. If you need information or transport phone Sally James on 4476 1691 or phone/text Jo King 0408 433 178.

Narooma View Club

The Narooma VIEW Club will hold its next meeting on Friday 26 April at the Narooma Golf Club; 11:00 for an 11:30 start. Speakers will be Paul Houseman and Gilly Kearney from Marine Rescue. VIEW is a valued part of the Smith Family, raising funds to support Learning for Life students. Visitors and guests are always welcome. Ph. Glen Pisanos on 4476 7058.

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