Rocky Turns 100: Come celebrate Don (Rocky) Wilkinson reach this milestone at the Canowindra Bowling Club on Thursday the 22nd at 4pm for the main do. If you miss out then come along on Saturday the 24th at 4pm to celebrate.
Cargo Markets: Will be on Sunday the 25th June to help raise money for the Leukemia Foundation, held at Cargo Park from 10am-4pm. There will be a large range of stalls ranging from: cooking, jams, honey, cards, books, knitted and crotched items, handmade candles, garden art, jewellery, pottery and so much more. There will be food stalls available as well as a blacksmith demonstration. There will be entertain- ment for the children with Peppa Pig and the Minion making a special appearance.
Pre-School Working Bee: Come and lend a hand on the 17th and 18th of June at the Canowindra Pre-School to help with the removal of the cola structure, removal of picket fences, moving of rain water tank, constructing fencing for chicken coop, trim trees, mulch all garden beds and more.
Take Your Dog to Work Day: The 23rd of June is International Take Your Dog to Work Day. The day promotes the benefits of pet ownership and encourages animal adoption. Pets provide a number of physical and health benefits for people.
Palliative Care Boost: The NSW Government has announced a $100M boost in the NSW State Budget for Palliative Care Australia, over a four-year period. This will provide extra training for 300 nurses, 30 new palliative care nurses, 6 additional nurses in regional NSW and for services to extend in remote communities. “Together with Orange Push for Palliative Care, I will continue to fight for a dedicated palliative care ward for Orange,” said Member for Orange Philip Donato.
Winner of Sports Ball Bonanza: Congratulations to the Canowindra Junior Rugby League for winning $500 and sports balls from BKT, by entering through Canowindra Tyre Service. “At CTS we are supporting the local community and we are so grateful for the support in return,” said Alison Stephens.
Queens Birthday Lunch: Tommy hosted a wonderful lunch at Montrose House with everyone dressed to the nines for the occasion. “I wanted to do something for the oldies and start a tradition in town as everyone was really keen,” said Tommy.