And the Winner Is… Congratulations to Leanne Jarman on winning the 2019 Canowindra Phoenix Spring Photo Competition with the amazing image featured above. Thanks must go to our sponsor for 2019 Amanda Lee Photography who donated a family portrait session including images valued at $220 and also to everyone that entered.
Mark Your Diary: For the next Sunday brunch of the Central West Writers’ Group to be held on Sunday 24th November from 10am to 12 noon at the Canowindra Trading Post. Free to attend, just buy your own cuppa and treat. Bring a short piece of your writing to share if you’d like to be given feedback; take part in the 100-word story/ poem challenge. This group is for writers of all ages, genres and paid/unpaid. Please rsvp to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0417 423 812.
Would you like to help uplift a Lady of the Land this Christmas? You can help by simply filling a shoebox with special pamper items, wrapping the box in newspaper and tying a ribbon around it and delivering it by the 10th December to the Phoenix Office located at 84 Gaskill St, Canowindra. For more information contact Tracey Potts on 0447 048 929.
Frock On: Will be having a Fashion Parade this Sunday 10th November at 3pm at the Canowindra Bowling Club! Admission is FREE and you can even bring a plate of nibblies if you like. There will be a $50 gift voucher to be won for a lucky door prize plus other prizes on the day. Come and check out some of the summer collection… sit back and enjoy a wine.
Cabonne Accepts Oberon’s MoMentous Movember Challenge: Cabonne Mayor Kevin Beatty has accepted a Momentous challenge from his Oberon counterpart Kathy Sajowitz to see which council can raise the most money during Movember. Cr Beatty said Cabonne was happy to accept Oberon’s challenge and, although it may be a hard task, he expects Cabonne to win by a whisker. Cr Beatty said the Movember challenge wasn’t confined to men growing moustaches. “Women and those follicly challenged can participate by Moving for Movember by walking or running 60km over the month – that’s 60km for the 60 men lost through suicide every hour around the world,” he said.