Catch of the Week: Charlie Slattery caught his first Flathead recently on holidays at the Gold Coast.
Giveaway: Enter our latest competition and you could win 1 of 2 tickets to Col Elliot Live at Canowindra Services Club on Saturday 7th December. Enter online at www.canowindraphoenix.com.au entries close 11am Monday 2nd December.
Mobile Blood Service Visiting Canowindra: The Australian Red Cross Mobile Blood Service will be visiting Canowindra on 2nd December from 9.15am – 3.30pm at Morris Park. To make an appointment call 13 14 95 or visit www.donateblood.com.au
Reminder: Rate payers are reminded that the due date for payment of the 2nd instalment of 2019/2020 rates is this Saturday 30th November 2019.
Contributions: Email your Be Seen photos, Stork News, Way Back When, Engagement News or Wedding Bells to email@example.com to feature in The Phoenix!
Get Tested: If you’ve never been tested for HIV or haven’t had a test for more than a year, Western NSW Local Health District is encouraging you to get one done. Kim
Grant, Clinical Nurse Consultant for Sexual Health, said this HIV Awareness Week (23 – 30 November) in the lead up to World AIDS Day (1 December), is a good opportunity to take a test. You can get tested at your local GP or sexual health service. Or, if you want to test yourself at home, the Dried Blood Spot testing kit can be delivered to you and results are sent back by text, email or phone. For information on HIV testing, visit www.health.nsw.gov.au/hiv-test or call NSW Sexual Health Infolink on 1800 451 624.
Christmas Countdown: With only 27 days to go until Christmas don’t forget to Shop Local and Buy From The Bush this Christmas to support all the amazing local businesses in town!
Tilga St Crossing Lights Installed: Last Friday a set of motion-activated warning lights were installed at the Tilga St crossing between Canowindra Public School and St Edward’s Primary School. The lights will be sensor activated when pedestrians approach the crossing and will operate on school days when the flags are out from 8.00am – 4.00pm. The advantage of the lights is that they enhance visibility. It is very important students and parents know they still need to take care at the Tilga St crossing.