Day is sew great for kids

Trundle Sunflowers' Brooke Gavin in action in a recent match against Grenfell. Photo by Brooke Morgan.
Trundle Sunflowers' Brooke Gavin in action in a recent match against Grenfell. Photo by Brooke Morgan.

Trundle Central School Playgroup

Every second Tuesday from 10.30am to 12.30pm at the Trundle Central School, Croft Street, Trundle. 

Playgroup is the getting together with other parents, children, babies, caregivers and families, to have positive parent/child interactions, share ideas, information and experience in a casual environment that welcomes all community members.

Death Notice

Jeffrey Moody, of Parkes Street, Trundle, died peacefully at his home on Wednesday 14th June 2017.

The service was on Tuesday 20th June 2017 at 11am for interment in the Anglican Portion of the Parkes Cemetery.

CWA Children’s Sewing Day

Trundle CWA is conducting a Children’s Sewing Day on Thursday 13th July at the CWA rooms from 9am to 3pm.

There will be a choice of two projects.

The day is open to all sewers who have been to past events.

As well, limited places are available for children in Year 4 and above who have not previously attended.

Places will be allocated on a first in basis.

Please note that these new sewers must be accompanied by an adult.

All are welcome to bring a sewing machine as long as it is in good working order.

The cost of the day is $20.

The closing date for bookings is Monday 10th July.

Those attending are asked to bring their own lunch.

Morning tea will be provided.

For bookings and/or enquiries please contact

Robyn Taylor (68921274) or

Carmel Berry (68921216).

Street Stall

The secondary students of Trundle Central School are hosting the Trundle Street Stall on Friday 23rd June.

A BBQ plate and Garden Sculpture will be raffled as well.

All funds raised will go towards the secondary reward excursions this year.

Trundle Central School

School photos will be taken on Tuesday 18th July.

Hospital News

Mick O’Brien has suffered a heart attack and after being transported to Orange Hospital has now been moved to the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney.

We wish him well.

Film Society

The Trundle Film Society Inc met for their third screening since incorporating earlier this year.

The programme for the next 12 months has been released and new members are welcome.

Films are screened at 7pm on the second Wednesday of every month (except December and January) at the Staging Post, 29 Forbes St Trundle.

For more information please contact the treasurer Bob Schneider on 0402 548 245.

Football

Last weekend was an emotional one for us, losing Jeff Moody through the week and Lloyd Collier the week before.

A minutes silence was held for both men and black arm bands were worn during the games on Saturday and Sunday.

Both families appreciated the respect shown and it makes you realise how good this footy club is. 

Saturday Youth League traveled to Condo.

They lost 28-20.

With only one sub, they tried their best but just couldn’t keep up their defense.

On Sunday we hosted Cargo.

League Tag lost 14-0 against the second team on the ladder.

The ladies put in a huge defensive effort to keep Cargo out, they just couldn't get points on the board. 

The 1st Grade game was high scoring and entertaining to watch.

The Boomers got a win at home which was much needed beating Cargo 44-32.

Both past and present players of the Trundle Football Club have been asked to form a Guard of Honour at Moo's funeral on Tuesday at 11am at Berryman Oval. 

This weekend coming both League Tag and 1st Grade have a bye.

Youth League play Manildra at Grenfell on Sunday, kicking off at 11.20am.