A Day for Ellie: The O’Malveney family have decided to use Stixy’s Golf Day to help his great niece Ellie Wild who is currently battling Leukaemia. Please save the date for Saturday 2nd March 2019. There will be golf as well as community events to raise money for Ellie. On the day there will be raffles and auctions so if you’re in a position to donate time, services or items to giveaway or raffle prizes please contact the Canowindra Golf Club on 6344 1342.
Slow Down: With school resuming this week for 2019 please make sure you observe the 40km/h School Zones around town that operate from 8.00-9.30am and 2.30-4pm Monday to Friday.
Request for Information: The granddaughter of former Tiger Jack Kelly is chasing information about his football career in the late 1920’s. Jack was also known as Hopper Kelly from Parkes. If you have any information please email email@example.com or call 6344 1846.
Catch of the Week: Don’t forget to send in your fishing photos to firstname.lastname@example.org and you could WIN a Fishing Factory Orange Voucher valued at $30.
Free Live Music: The Sunday Session at the Bowlo is back this Sunday 3rd February with Daphne Brooks playing from 3-6pm. The Kid’s Club will be in full swing and the courtesy bus will be running. For more information check out the event page on Facebook.
Save the Date: For the Canowindra High School 20 year reunion to be held on Saturday 21st March 2020 with a venue TBC.
Support Canowindra and Shop Locally: Energy costs, the impact of the drought and the uncertainty over the NSW and Federal elections have all contributed to subdued confidence felt by business owners, according to the latest quarterly survey by the state’s peak business organisation, the NSW Business Chamber. “It is now clear from successive surveys that business conditions have become more challenging and that momentum has slowed,” said Vicki Seccombe, Regional Manager, Western NSW Business Chamber.