Week that was around the region | June 23 23 Jun 2017, 2:43 p.m. What happened around the region this week? Take a look at our weekly gallery. Week that was around the region | June 23 BLAYNEY: Kristie and Ryan Whittaker invite all families to the newly refurbished Bilbys Playgroup in the RSL Hall. Photo: Mark Logan.ORANGE: Bernadette Novotny was left unpaid $400 for painting faces at Live Life Live in January. Photo: DANIELLE CETINSKIDUBBO: Emergency services responded to an incident west of Dubbo on Thursday morning, following reports of a car crash. Photo: Paige WilliamsBATHURST: Bec Bradley, as Crab, Sensorium Theatre co-artistic director Michelle Hovane and Amity Culver, as Turtle. Photo: BRADLEY JURDBATHURST: Cityfit swimming school coordinator Dana Martin with swimming instructor Kayla Sense, Jack, Matilda and Hannah Wylie. Photo: CHRIS SEABROOKBATHURST: Kent and Diane McNab have scored a big win in their push to have a roundabout installed at the intersection of Mitre, Lambert and Suttor streets after Bathurst Regional Council committed to fully funding the roundabout.DUBBO: Neil Sturrock from Autobarn with Joseph and Thomas Smyth, Rachael Watson and Jayne Bleechmore at a child car seat safety check day last year.ORANGE: Jim and Valda Heron have one of the four shared rooms for couples at the new Wontama aged care home. Photo: JUDE KEOGH ORANGE: Prostate cancer sufferer Bruce Haigh has warned people to get a second opinion before surgery after his own experience. Photo: EMILY BENNETT BATHURST: Western Region assistant commissioner Geoff McKechnie, Peter McKenna, Daniel La Velle and NSW deputy commissioner Gary Worboys. Leading Senior Constable Daniel La Velle, received the Paul Quinn Memorial Award. ORANGE: Orange Region Vigneron's Association chairman Justin Jarrett says there are new additions to the 2017 Orange Wine Festival. Photo: JUDE KEOGH DUBBO: Janelle and Chris Dowton, John and Karen Creith and Jess and Ayden Hogan in the Dowton's new bedroom. Photo: PAIGE WILLIAMS DUBBO: G.J Gardner Homes' Joe Simpson and Darren Semmler at one of the new home sites in Dubbo. Photo: TAYLOR JURDBATHURST: Fr. Paul Devitt VG (Dean of the Cathedral) in the Blessed Sacrament chapel. Photo:CHRIS SEABROOKPARKES: After 29 years of service, SES Lachlan Region Controller Nichole Richardson of Parkes has received one of the highest of honours. COWRA: Kelly Smith, Jason Smith bringing bottles to customer Christie Anderson. Christie said getting her gas from Cowra Gas was $200 a year cheaper then other suppliers. MUDGEE: Minister for Education Rob Stokes and Member for Dubbo Troy Grant announced Mudgee, Gulgong, Hargraves, Goolma and Lue will be among the schools to share in $3.5 million in extra maintenance moneyFORBES: Yvonne Mclaughlin will begin her 43km walk at 4am Saturday. One sponsor has pledged a $100 bonus if she completes it in under 8 hours. PARKES: Parkes couple Phil and Zoe Barnard made it onto the big screen at Wednesday's State of Origin match. Phil is cheering a decision which went NSW's way. Zoe, a Queensland supporter is not so happy. LITHGOW: La Salle Academy students Gerard Larsen and Lachlan Zyp showed their support for the Mark Hughes Foundation when the school held their own Beanie Day on Thursday, June 22.COWRA: Paramedics in Cowra Acting Station Manager Tom Doolan and Ken Anning are set to reap the benefits of a brand new Ambulance station, thanks to a rollout of funding for NSW Ambulance from the state government.FORBES: It’s been a busy week at Forbes Eisteddfod with young performers in instrumental, school dance, speech and drama taking to the stage at Town Hall. Here Antonia Pereira reads in the 8 years and under Telling a Story from a Picture section. FORBES: Clive Herbert started work at the old Forbes saleyards in 1957. He is one of the long-time characters that have been recognised at the Saleyards in Forbes. LITHGOW: Nicholas Dowler and Melanie Quinn will cook in a competition against 27 other clubs from around the state. COWRA: Coles Cowra team members Heylen Waqavesi, Nadia Cherry and Brook Kinsela with some of the prizes on offer at the Monster Raffle.YOUNG: Wombat Hotel Social Group president Chris Holmes presented Peter Cockburn and Scott Furner with a donation for their participation in the Redneck Rally next year. BLAYNEY: Chloe and Jason Roweth will be releasing their latest album 'The Roar of the Crowd' at Club Millthorpe on Sunday July 2.NYNGAN: Mataya English and Georgia McDougall at the Nyngan Public SChool SRC fundraiser celebrating Red Nose Day. YOUNG: Stephanie Cooke (middle) and her team at Native Botanical are finalists in the Sydney Markets Fresh Awards. Picture: Amanda Langman.YOUNG: Acting Inspector Kristin Marshall with illegal fireworks Police seized from a shop in Young. Picture: Craig Thomson.TweetFacebook of ╳exitWhat happened around the region this week? Take a look at our weekly gallery.