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Montague Art & Craft Society

Montague Art & Craft Society's yearly exhibition with a nautical theme, was held at the Pepper Family Boatshed in Forsters Bay, as part of the Boats Afloat Festival last weekend. MACS would like to thank Kingfisher Marine for their sponsorship of this exhibition and to the many locals and visitors who came to view the artworks. Special thanks to the Boats Afloat Committee and their club members, including the Pepper family, who made MACS artists feel so welcome at their venue. MACS Art and Craft prizes went to Peter Robinson, Karrin Hedgecock, Tony Pye, Judy Glover, Rita Easton and Chris Perrott, with special interest in the "Through the Porthole" imaginative concept. The Maritime exhibition theme of over 50 works indicates the importance of our local marine environment. Thank you to Boats Afloat Festival and to the Narooma Marina for hosting the Presentations. MACS Details from the Narooma Visitor Information Centre on 4476 2881.

Narooma CWA

Have you got your gold coins ready? CWA Narooma is selling Christmas Hamper raffle tickets for $1. Three hampers and a valuable Narooma Golf Club voucher are on offer. Keep your eyes peeled for members. Winners will enjoy donated items from Woolies, Narooma and Dalmeny IGA presented in containers donated by Mitre 10 Narooma. More info Sally James 4476 1691.

Quota Trivia

Quota's next trivia night is on Friday, November 22 at Club Narooma to support Narooma's Marine Rescue. Bookings: Jenny Helmore 0415 979 786 or email Teams of up to eight people. Doors open at 7pm and games begin promptly at 7.30. Entry fee of $10 includes light supper and two raffle tickets.

Narooma Probus Club

The Narooma Probus Club's next meeting is on Monday, November 25, at the Narooma Sports and Services Club at 10.15am in the Montague Room. This month's guest speaker will be Wal Sheenan of Narooma. Wal is a very informative and entertaining speaker. His topic is the history of the Olympic Games. Wal was a volunteer at the Sydney 2000 games and he has many fond memories and interesting stories.

Visitors visitors welcome to share a cuppa.