Catch of the Week: Ryan McKenzie caught this 75cm Cod at Wyangala Dam recently. If you have a great catch of the week send it in to firstname.lastname@example.org
Diamond Jubilee: The Canowindra Pre-School are turning 60 this year and to celebrate will hold a Diamond Jubilee in May.
Tickets are $60 per person and can be purchased online or at the Pre-School. The Pre-School are also looking for donations for the auction to be held on the night. If your business would like to donate contact Adelaide today on 6344 1261.
Competition: Looking for something to do these School Holidays with the kids? Enter our latest competition on Page 9 or online
at www.canowindraphoenix.com.au and go in the draw to win a free family pass to Questacon in Canberra.
AGM Results: The Canowindra Business Chamber held the AGM on Monday night and a new committee was formed. President is Graeme Beasley, Vice President is Mark Gardener, Secretary and Treasurer is Vanessa Fagan and Publicity Officer is Haydn Jobson. The chamber will hold their monthly meeting on the 2nd Monday of the month at 7pm at the Canowindra Services Club. Suggestions for the Chamber for 2018 are now being called for with suggestion boxes being placed at the Canowindra Bottleshop and Canowindra Newsagency.
Rose Sale: Eureka Plants will once again hold their very popular Rose Sale this Saturday 14th April from 8am till 2pm at 1166 Fish Fossil Drive, Nyrang Creek.
Are you a writer? Why not head to the Central West Writers’ Group brunch on this Sunday at Finns Store in Gaskill St, Canowindra. Meeting will be from 10am to noon – it’s free to attend. Bring a short piece for others to review and offer your feedback plus pen/paper/smartphone so you can take part in the fun 100-word-story challenge. For more info, contact email@example.com or 0417 423 812.
Canowindra Community Garden: The garden recently held a random working bee at the garden with great success. Compost was turned, stakes removed, weed mat moved and lots was harvested. Thank you to everyone who came along and the great conversations shared. The Community Garden will continue with fortnightly working bees on the 1st and 3rd Friday mornings of each month from 9-11am. Everyone in the community is welcome to go along.