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Wet weather brings joy to Garden Club

Owing to the welcome rain, the venue for our recent Garden Club meeting was transferred to the RSL bowlers' bar. A large number of members attended with everyone delighting in the wet weather and the benefits it brought to our gardens and surrounding district. Members were saddened to hear the sudden news of the passing of Ann Keating, a long time member of our Garden Club. Our thoughts and prayers go to her loving family, and we are invited to form a guard of honour at her funeral. The meeting opened with a welcome to everyone, apologies, the reading of minutes and treasurer's report. READ ALSO: With the Nyngan Show to be held on 19th and 20th May, it was decided to donate prizes to a number of entries in the flower and floral art section. Our Biggest Morning Tea in support of the Cancer Council, will be held in Davidson Park at 10am on 27th May. An invitation to be sent to Donna Pumpa to be our guest speaker. Details of various interesting events over the coming months were discussed which included: Raffle winners were Isobel Currans and Dorothy Inglis. Congratulations. Our next meeting is to be held on Monday, April 29 at 119 Cobar Street, 12 noon, the home of Mary and Darby Bodycott. New members are always welcome. Just bring a chair, a hat and your lunch. Have you got a story to tell or photos to share? Get in contact with our journalist Zaarkacha Marlan by emailing [email protected] or by phoning 0455 066 740. You can also submit your contributed content via our website www.nynganobserver.com.au by clicking community and following the prompts to send us your news.

Wet weather brings joy to Garden Club

  • MEETING: Keen discussion on various coming gardening events. Photo: CONTRIBUTED

  • Garden Club members attend recent meeting.

    Garden Club members attend recent meeting.

Owing to the welcome rain, the venue for our recent Garden Club meeting was transferred to the RSL bowlers' bar. A large number of members attended with everyone delighting in the wet weather and the benefits it brought to our gardens and surrounding district.

Members were saddened to hear the sudden news of the passing of Ann Keating, a long time member of our Garden Club. Our thoughts and prayers go to her loving family, and we are invited to form a guard of honour at her funeral.

The meeting opened with a welcome to everyone, apologies, the reading of minutes and treasurer's report.

READ ALSO:

With the Nyngan Show to be held on 19th and 20th May, it was decided to donate prizes to a number of entries in the flower and floral art section.

Our Biggest Morning Tea in support of the Cancer Council, will be held in Davidson Park at 10am Read More – Source

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