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Southeast Racing Pigeon Combine

The Southeast Racing Pigeon Combine race scheduled for Sunday was postponed until Monday because of forecast unsuitable weather.

"On Monday the weather was perfect for only 179 pigeons to race with some flyers taking the opportunity to rest their birds," club spokesperson Barbie Magrin said.

"It was a close result with rivals Muz and Gozo having only three seconds between first and second."

Mario 'Muz' Magrin came in first with second going to Manny 'Gozo' Byrne and John Mette third.

Vinnies - winter warmers

Vinnies Narooma is so grateful for good quality donations at any time but in winter, warm clothing and blankets are even more welcome.

The weather has turned cold with biting winds so the demand for warm items of clothing and bedding has become more acute.

Please, think of Vinnies Narooma when tidying up drawers and cupboards.

Now, they won't keep you physically warm, but some of the jewellery and watches Vinnies has on display will certainly warm your heart and bring a sparkle to your eyes when you purchase them. Come in and have a look.

Quota Trivia Night

Sadly, due to the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, the Quota Narooma Trivia Night planned for Friday, at Club Narooma has been postponed. We look forward to supporting Narooma Netball Association, and will reschedule soon.

Narooma View Club

The next meeting of Narooma View Club is on Friday, July 23 at Narooma Golf Club, 11 for 11.30am start. The guest speaker is Lee-Anne Eddie from Mystery Bay Kelp, talking about the health benefits of kelp.

Pigeon's heading for home: Mario 'Muz' Magrin came in first in the Southeast Racing Pigeon Combine race on Monday.

Pigeon's heading for home: Mario 'Muz' Magrin came in first in the Southeast Racing Pigeon Combine race on Monday.

We are very hopeful of the meeting going ahead, and if so, COVID-19 practices will be in place; with mask wearing mandatory. For lunch bookings or any other information phone Glen on 02 4476 7058

This Might Hurt

Thousands of people world wide suffer from chronic pain and standard treatments are failing with one of the main remedies, opioids making the problem worse.

As an awareness of chronic pain the Narooma Kinema is screening the documentary film 'This Might Hurt' on Thursday, July 22 at 7pm.

COVID-19 protocols must be observed and patrons must wear a mask.

'This Might Hurt' is a documentary that offers solutions to cure chronic pain and follows three chronic pain patients who have spent years searching for answers.


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