Canowindra Christmas Display Winner Announced: First prize goes to Deb- bie Guihot with her handmade traditional display at The Plague and I. Businesses throughout Canowindra are to be com- mended on their participation in this year’s Christmas Display Competition, sponsored by Cabonne Council and supported by the Canowindra Business Chamber. Judging took place on Friday 23rd December by former Canowindra resident and business owner Rob Rogan, and Dale Jones of Ca- bonne Council, who both expressed their amazement at the effort made by some business owners.
Canowindra Police Update: If you have a local non-urgent call then the local Police are here to help. Simply by dropping into the station or if it is unattended, just drop a note under the door with your contact details and the problem that is of concern. The local Police attending in Canowindra are Senior Constable Therese Miller and constable Alan Bezett. Alternatively if the matter is urgent please call 000 or 131 444. Calling 131 444 will ensure that the local Police on duty receive a copy of this mes- sage as well.
Hot weather continues: High tempera- tures are expected over the coming days and people are reminded to have access to well ventilated or air conditioned areas, stay inside for the hottest part of the day and ensure you drink plenty of water.
Fun fact: You shouldn’t really clean your ears with cotton tips as often the cotton tip actually further blocks your ear and causes impacted earwax. Earwax is completely normal and actually helps to keep our ears clean and free from infection.
Need a holiday? Be at the Services Club every Friday Night from now until the 13th April. Simply purchase meat raffle tickets and you are in the draw to become one of thethirteenluckyfinaliststowina$4,000 Flight Centre voucher.
Miss out on a yearly Calendar? The Canowindra Phoenix have some yearly calendars left so if you missed out drop into the office to ensure you are organised for this year.
Reminder for deadline: Due to the public holiday next week the deadline for submit- ting anything to the paper will be Monday at 3pm.
Cancer Council: The Cancer Council will be launching a campaign at the Orange Post Office Lane on Monday 13th February at 10.30am to highlight the need for Pallia- tive Care services in the Orange communi- ty. Advocates and Cancer Council staff will be on hand to answer any questions, and will also be looking for support in signing the Palliative Care Pledge.