Community news from Narooma and surrounds

Narooma Legacy 

Just a reminder, the Narooma Legacy ladies October luncheon is on Friday at Dalmeny Bowling Club. Come along 12.30pm, have lunch and a chat and remember new members are most welcome. Any queries for this month ring Barbara on 02 4476 7405.

Vinnies extras

When people think of Vinnies, they generally think of clothes, crockery, toys and books but there is a lot more to a Vinnies centre. When you come in for a look round, you will realise that Narooma Vinnies also carries backpacks, suitcases, watches, puzzles and blankets. All these are quality donations generously given by our community. This week we have an added extra - four paddleboard covers. Pop-in to Vinnies at 9 Canty Street (facing the mid-town council carpark), and you will be pleasantly surprised.

MACS

Montague Art and Craft Society (MACS) held their final school holiday workshop on Thursday. The two-day workshop included tuition in mosaics by Judy Gordon and air dried clay model making with Jude Thompson.

Strict COVID-19 rules were in place during the two morning sessions with one parent on site at all times.

MACS provided all materials and each child took home their finished clay or mosaic works.

"One little girl took home 11 models that she had made," a spokesperson said.

Legacy charity golf day

Narooma Golf Club hosted a Narooma Legacy charity golf club on Friday.

"It was a very successful day with 76 generous golfers taking part," Narooma Golf Club's Dierdre Landells said.

"This is the 10th year we have supported Narooma Legacy and I would like to say a big thank you to both clubs and the many businesses who again donated the many prizes that make it a great day."

Congratulations to Meridie Banson who got a hole in one on the 14thhole.

Blessing the Animals

Bodalla's All Saints Anglican Church is holding their annual Blessing of the Animals service on Sunday, October 25 starting at 11am. The blessing of the animals will take place outside the church around 12.30pm. Everyone is invited to bring their animals and a picnic lunch to have the gardens.

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