Game: Kellie Blunden, Brad Alvey, Charlie and Ryder journeyed from Gunnedah on Sunday to see the football at Canowindra, Of course, they were barracking for Condobolin because Kelly’s son played in their team.
Bingo: A great day was had in Tullamore on Monday where Kelly Dunn arranged a morning of Bingo run by the Royal Far West. A delightful lunch was served and 14 hands of bingo played. Jenny Day was also present and did a few stroke activities which proved very interesting to the ladies. A big thank you to all the helpers on the day, particularly the kitchen ladies.
Join us at Trundle Central School Playgroup: Every second Thursday from 10.30am-12.30pm. Trundle Central School, Croft Street , Trundle. October 13, 27, November 10, 24 and December 8.
Trundle Junior Cricket Club: Primary and Secondary Cricket for 2016/2017 Season. First game will be on Saturday, October 15 (1st weekend back after the holidays). Training will commence for Primary and Secondary week beginning October 10 (Day to be confirmed). New players welcome. All registration(Milo, Primary and Secondary) has to be completed on line this year. Any questions please contact Geoff Jones 0428 921 292.
Small grants for Rural Communities: The Small Grants for Rural Communities is the longest running and broadest program FRRR offers opening twice per year. Grants up to $5000 are available for projects and activities that offer clear public benefit for communities in rural, regional or remote Australia. Priority is given to communities of 10,000 or fewer.
The program funds a wide range of projects such as: Repair and maintenance of small to mid scale community infrastructure, such as public halls, pre-schools and recreation reserves and providing communications equipment and enhancing infrastructure and systems, especially for emergency services organisations. Visit http://www.frrr.org.au/cb pages small grants for rural communities,php
Barnardos Children’s Support Program: The Barnardos Children’s Support Program(BCSP) provides small grants of up to $5000 per grant to help children aged 4-18 years who are experiencing significant disadvantage. Achieve applications open on August 15 and close on September 30. Visit http://www.barnardoshelps.org.au/. For information, advice and assistance preparing and acquitting grant application please feel free to contact Trundle Central Schools Grant Officer Andrew Rawsthorne on 0408 085 902 or email email@example.com
FREE: Two gentle dogs need a new home: Their owner is unwell in hospital. For further details ask for Murray at the Trundle MPS.
Local Road Closures: during bouts of wet weather as we are currently facing many roads are closed or damaged for information on Parkes Shire Council Road Closures locals are best to lookup the councils webpage; http://www.parkes.nsw.gov.au/works-and-services/roads/road-closures
Trundle Milo in2Cricket: MILO in2CRICKET teaches kids the skills to play Australia’s favourite sport, through fun based activities. Wednesdays between 5pm-6pm. For girls and boys aged 5-8. 8-12 week program. All equipment provided. Visit cricket.com.au, Hit “find my club”. Registration is $65 and includes a bonus player pack.
Swimming Club news: Well it is that time almost again. The Swimming Club Raffle will be out in the shops this week to purchase tickets. First prize: family season ticket. Second prize: a dinner hamper.
Trundle Rugby League Club: AGM October 19 at 7pm at the Trundle Services Club. All positions to be declared vacant – President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Canteen Manager, Grand Manager & General Committee members. Save the date because our club needs you!
Trundle Children’s Centre Inc: not-for-profit long day care centre is currently seeking expressions of interest commencing 2017 for the following Casual Educators. Enquiries, call The Director on (02) 6892 1022
Farewell: Sherri Wren passed away peacefully at 12pm on Wednesday, September 21 at the Gilgandra Cooee Nursing Home.