Keeping in touch in Shire | Photos of Tailwaggers walk

AWL Tailwaggers

The happiest dog was Scarlett, the lab pup. Colouring-in competition winners were, 1st prize Curtis Hinton of year 4-6. Kindy, prep and year one winners were: seven-year-old Lucy and Sophie of St Mary's School, Moruya. The best veteran dog was Jedda, a previous rescue dog. There were too many beautiful little darlings to list and they all shone very brightly on the day. It was all sunshine, fun, games, laughter and joy for both dogs and their people. See you all next September! Photos online.

Marion Cullen showing the 50 sets for babies she made for the State Hospital Support Committee.

Marion Cullen showing the 50 sets for babies she made for the State Hospital Support Committee.

Narooma CWA

Next August, CWA will have been active in Narooma 90 years. Unfortunately, membership is falling and some members are slowing down. We need some fresh faces, energy and ideas to keep going to 100. September is a more restive month at CWA Narooma, between the Group Day and Branch International Afternoon in August, and the mega garage sale held on the long weekend (Saturday, October 5). October also begins the CWA year with membership fees due and AGM's to be held. If you have ever considered joining, now is the time. Annual fees at Narooma for the next year are $63, which includes dues to State and Group levels. That is less than a cup of coffee each week. The State CWA office has distributed over $15 million in drought assistance funds with every cent going out, this was able to be done with funds in CWA from member fees covering costs of distribution. CWA is so much more than cooking and handicraft, but these are quite often the way funds are raised to cover the other areas of activity. Come and chat with members Friday mornings 10am-noon. To offer any donations for the upcoming garage sale, ring Bernice Gale 44767540 or Joanne King 0408433178.

The small CWA choir taking part in recent International (PNG) afternoon with students from Narooma Public School.

The small CWA choir taking part in recent International (PNG) afternoon with students from Narooma Public School.

Men's Shed

Our new website (www.naroomamensshed.com.au) is now up and running thanks to the time and effort that Sarah and Adrian from Fisse Design have donated as a community project to the Narooma Men's Shed. The site is now a great asset to the Men's Shed, and will let all the members and the wider community know what is happening on a daily basis.

Probus Narooma

The Probus Narooma Club's next meeting will be held on Monday, September 30 at the Narooma Sports and Service Club. The meeting commences at 10.15pm in the Montague Room. This month's guest speaker will be Cr Phil Constable. Everyone is very welcome. For more information contact Sally Mcgourty, sunnyshiner3@hotmail.com.

View Club

The Narooma View Club will hold its next meeting on Friday, September 27, at the Narooma Golf Club from 11am for an 11.30am start. Our guest speaker will be Walter Sheehan who will tell us about working in the Australian Royal Mint, Canberra. There will also be a Trading Table, so bring along extra cash to help raise money Learning for Life students. Visitors and guests welcome. Phone Glen on 44767058.

Narooma Rotary

You are invited to our Club to hear Cat and Faouzi take us on 'A Musician's Tour of Morocco' on Thursday, September 19. A lovely evening of fun, music and experiences of Morocco. We meet in the Seahorse Room, Golf Club at 6pm for 6.30pm. Cost $25 includes dinner. Bookings essential 0422103757.

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