Volunteer Needed: To manage the Photography Section in the Cobley Pavilion at the Canowindra Show for 2020. Please contact Deb on 0487 801 767 if you are interested.
Reminder: Everyone is invited to attend the Pedestrian Access Mobility Plan and Bike Plan meeting tonight, Thursday 12th March, 5.30pm at the Bowling Club.
Give Life Give Blood: The Australian Red Cross Mobile Blood Donor Centre will visit Morris Park, Rodd St Canowindra on Monday 30th March from 9.15am – 3.15pm. To book head to www.donateblood.com.au or call 13 14 95.
Canowindra Public School AGM Results: The new P&C Executive committee for 2020 is: President Beth Gordon, Vice President Julie Fliedner, Treasurer Mel Abbott and Secretary Kobie Rogers. The P&C would like to thank Tamara Pearce for her three years as Treasurer. “Tamara’s dedication and support for the P&C over the past years has been significant, her amazing ability to apply for grants has been a blessing,” said President Beth Gordon.
Regional Seniors Travel Card: The regional seniors travel card provides eligible seniors in regional, rural and remote areas with a $250 prepaid card to help ease the cost of travel. You can use the travel card at certain retailers across Australia to pay for fuel, taxis and pre-booked NSW Trainlink Regional trains and coaches. The travel card is valid for 14 months from the date of issue. The regional seniors travel card program is available for a 2-year trial period (2020-2021). Eligible seniors can apply for a card in 2020 and for another card in the second year of the program (2021). For the trial, you must be: receiving the Age Pension (you must have received the Age Pension for at least one month); or a Commonwealth Seniors Health Card holder (you must have held your card for at least one month); and living in a designated regional area of NSW outside of Sydney, Newcastle and Wollongong. For more information or to apply online visit www.service.nsw.gov.au/transaction/apply-regional-seniors- travel-card