Taralga News | June 21

LADIES DAY

Some years ago the Ladies Day began as a fundraiser by the ladies for the Rugby Club, but in 2017 it was decided to donate the day’s profit to the Mark Hughes’ Foundation for Brain Cancer.

The social day, always a success, exceeded expectations, so the committee was thrilled with the amount raised for the charity.

Luke Moloney won first prize in the raffle.

Other prizes went to Ken Fleming, Cheryl Chalker, Hannah Hand, Carmel Croker, Robyn Cummins, Brian Coleman, B. Edwards, Dannielle and Amy, Leisa Croker, Tom Hand.

Donors were – Danielle in Vogue, Ploughman Café, Country Outfitters, Taralga General Store, The Tangled Vine, Made by Moo, Taralga Candles, Beaches Beautiful, Webster and Co.  

SNACKS: Chloe Montgomery, Michelle Bennett, Laura Whybrow and Josie Croker bought nibbles to add to the refreshment table on Ladies Day at the Rugby.

SNACKS: Chloe Montgomery, Michelle Bennett, Laura Whybrow and Josie Croker bought nibbles to add to the refreshment table on Ladies Day at the Rugby.

AT THE FOOTY: Emma Bilsborough, Annette Hand (social co-ordinator) and Georgie Henderson were pleased with the success of their fundraising day.

AT THE FOOTY: Emma Bilsborough, Annette Hand (social co-ordinator) and Georgie Henderson were pleased with the success of their fundraising day.

CHRISTMAS IN JULY

The next meeting of the Garden Club will be Christmas in July on Thursday, July 13.

Names must be in by July 8. Cost is $30, which will cover the expense of morning tea and lunch.

Jackie reminds you to bring a present for Santa’s sack.

GARDEN GIFTS: The next Garden Club will be a Christmas in July morning, including lunch. Don't forget a little something for Santa's sack.

GARDEN GIFTS: The next Garden Club will be a Christmas in July morning, including lunch. Don't forget a little something for Santa's sack.

August will see Pitt’s bus leave, Laggan at 7.30am; The Club at 8am and Goulburn VIC at 8.30am on the way to Bowning.

Morning tea will be at the Rollonin Café.

Then the bus will take the group to Mayfield Mews where there is a variety of tempting unique shopping experiences in historic buildings with local art, a garden centre, and an antique centre.

Lunch could be in Yass, or Bowning if you wish to linger.

The bus fare will be $35 and names MUST BE in by July 20.

The September meeting will be held at the Club with a day of swapping plants, bulbs, various games.

Sue has a new game so Jackie asks that you bring a small wrapped present to the value of $5 and you can enjoy the fun. Lunch will follow. Names must be in by Saturday, September 9.

Thursday, October 12 we will travel to Mittagong to visit “Chinoiserie” to see the peonies.

Dominic and Chris are looking forward to the visit and have offered to let us have morning tea in their cottage garden which is over an acre.

We will then visit Perennial Hill Garden and Nursery.     

VALE JO SWAIN

Mature residents will be sad to learn of the death last week of Josephine Swain (nee Mooney).

Josie was the first child of Vince and Irene.

She was buried in Stonequarry Cemetery after a graveside ceremony on Thursday, June 15.

A memorial Mass was held in Newcastle the following morning.