Andrew Gee MP: with the Governor General, His Excellency General the Honourable Sir Peter Cosgrove after being sworn in as the Assistant Minister to the Deputy Prime Minister at a ceremony at Government House last week.
New Phone Number for Canowindra Memorial Multi-Purpose Service: The Canowindra Hospital phone number was changed in March 2019, the old number will all still be operational for an additional 9 months to allow for transition. Existing Phone number was 02 6340 3303, New Phone number is 02 6364 4300 and New Fax Number is 02 6364 4380.
Winner: Congratulations to Melanie Stanbury who won the family pass to the National Zoo and Aquarium, enjoy your time in Canberra!
Giving Blood Feels Good: Did you know that every donation can save up to three lives? The Mobile Blood Service will be visiting Canowindra on Tuesday 11th June from 9.15am-3.30pm at Morris Park in Rodd St. Make sure you have 3 or 4 glasses of water or juice in the hours before you donate, have a good sized breakfast or lunch and bring your photo ID with you. To make an appointment call 13 14 95 or visit www.donateblood.com.au
Contributions: If you have a photo for Be Seen, a Thumbs Up/Down, Letter to the Editor, Stork News, Wedding Bells or a Snippet we would love to hear from you! Simply email email@example.com or call the Phoenix on 6344 1846.
Rose Sale: This Sunday 9th June from 8am to 2pm Eureka Plants will hold a rose sale. There will be rose talks at 10.30am and 12.30pm. For enquiries call 6344 3153.
Drought Poem: 10-year-old Toby Stephens from Canowindra Public School submitted the following poem to The Daily Telegraph explaining what lives are like living in a drought.
Decreasing stock and grain.
Rural communities are restricted on water
“Ooh” we only get 5mm.
Umbrellas forgotten what they look like.
Gee the drought is bad.
How can our community help?
Too many silos are empty.
Saving money and water can help everyone in a drought.