Time is running out to nominate your Australian Day citizen, sport star, event etc of the year.
People and groups can be nominated by contacting the Goondiwindi Regional Council, or visit its website.
Talwood Men’s Day Out
Talwood Community Hall.
Friday, November 24.
Get your mates together and come along. Kicks off at 12 noon - Refreshments on arrival - Gourmet Burgers for lunch.
Tickets $30 with the proceeds donated to support men’s health.
Guest speaker: Mick Colliss is a gifted story teller with a very funny story to tell.
As a young kid growing up, his dream was to play for Australia.
But he quickly discovered desire is no substitute for ability.
Then finally, at the age of 42, after successive failures at cricket, rugby league, rugby union, surf lifesaving and lawn bowls, he finally discovered a game he can represent Australia in.
Mick is a laugh out loud true story about mateship, having a go and never giving up, no matter what the odds.
Don’t miss hearing his story.
When I grow up
Britt’s Dance Blitz is abuzz with activity as little dancers prepare for the end of year extravaganza – “When I Grow Up”.
The performers are adding the final touches to their show, with a dress rehearsal scheduled for this weekend.
After that, all will be set for the show on November 11. Miss Brittney says it is the biggest performance yet!
Grain research meetings
The Northern Grower Alliance (NGA) is about to old its next round of six Local Research Group meetings to update growers and advisors on the latest research information.
The NGA is a Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) investment, and the meetings will also aim to identify potential research issues for future research investment.
They will be held in Goondiwindi at 3pm on Thursday, November 23, Thallon Wednesday, November 22 from 3pm and Moree on Tuesday, November 23 from 4pm.
Recent trial work to be discussed includes sowthistle management, faba bean and cereal disease, wild oat control, N management and PGR in chickpeas.
The NGA is urging interested growers and advisors to attend.
For more information please contact Rachel Norton: email@example.com mob: 0447 924 917
Friday evenings 6pm at Golden Age Centre.
Beginners to advanced.
Contact: Lee 0498 712 239 or Merilyn 0428 788 295.
Inglewood Lions Club Markets
First Saturday of the Month 8am to 12noon
Time:08:00 to 12:00.
Council wishes to advise that the Goondiwindi, Inglewood and Texas swimming pools are now all open for the 2017/18 season.
We want your community news
Submit a community notice through our website.
It is really simple to use and can be accessed via any computer or mobile device, including your smart phone.
To submit community notices or sports details for publication click on the tab that says “Send Us Your News” on the home page.
You’ll find it right under the name of the newspaper in a light grey banner that has the links for News, Sport, Opinion, Community, Send Us Your News and Classifieds.
When you click on the “Send Us Your News” tab, you’ll see you will see a line that says, “So you’re holding an event? Share it with the community”.
Click on this link and it will open the form for submitting your community notices.
For sports details look for a photo of a bowler with the words “Want to share sport results, draws or teams?” written on it.
Click on the words and this will open the form for submitting your sports details.
If you can’t see the forms immediately you might have to scroll down the page a little.
Mobile phone: If you are using a mobile phone, access the “Send Us Your News” tab on the drop down menu by clicking on the three grey bars to the left of the newspaper’s banner. Scroll down to find the forms.
If you have any problems locating the form or any questions about it, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0428 556 246