Paver Path Project: It is not too late to order a paver for the Canowindra Public School paver path project. Simply purchase a paver with your students’ name, family name, business name, grandchildren’s name or special message that relates to you and Canowindra Public School by 21st September 2020. One paver or a design your own paver is $35 and double pavers are $60. To order a paver or for any questions please call Al Stephens on 0408 876 930 or Kobie Rogers on 0490 133 563.
Church Services Resume: On Thursday at 10 am at Peace Memorial Uniting Church, this is every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month. Services on Sundays at 9.30 am at Peace Memorial Uniting Church, this is every 4th Sunday starting next week, August 23rd. Please ring or text with your name to Pam Byrnes on 0439 937 652 to book your place. Masks are recommended when you attend.
Are you a NSW landholder?: Do you need to lodge your annual land and stock return? If you’ve never lodged your Annual Land and Stock Return online, now’s a good time to start! With just over two weeks until the 31 August deadline, online is the quickest way to lodge your 2020 Annual Land and Stock Return. Simply head to the website www.lls.nsw.gov.au/alsr and fill in your details.
STEPtember: Is calling for registrations ahead of the campaign officially kicking off on 1st September 2020. The initiative challenges individuals and teams to take 10,000 steps per day for 28 days in a fun, safe and virtual environment – all while making a real difference to the lives of children and adults with cerebral palsy. Last year the campaign raised $7,133,056 and those looking to register should visit www.STEPtember.org.au
Contributions Welcome: Something exciting happening in your life? The Phoenix welcomes all contributions, so please email your be seen photos, stork news, way back when photos and story, engagement news, wedding bells, anniversary celebrations, birthday photos or if you would like to feature in the Our Gal or Our Bloke Column to firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 6344 1846.
Wyangala Dam On the Rise: As at Monday 17th August Wyangala Dam had risen to 42.1% after recent heavy rainfalls in the catchment area. Last week the dam went up by 5.6% which is great news!