Beautiful Easter weather blessed the large crowd of golfers who turned out for the 27th annual Good Friday Shield for the Royal Children’s Hospital held at the Jerilderie Sports Club.
Bowlers also took to the club greens in the afternoon for some fun bowls.
The Jerilderie racecourse was abuzz with the annual Radio Controlled Model Glider tournament, held over the Easter weekend in near perfect conditions.
Many families and visitors attended the Easter services celebrated at the three Jerilderie churches, starting with the Easter vigil on Saturday night at St Joseph’s Catholic Church, a morning service at St Andrew’s Uniting Church, and an evening service at St Stephen’s Anglican Church, on Easter Sunday.
Happy birthday and best wishes to twins Natalie and Warren Pitt who celebrated their 18th birthday on Monday.
They are looking forward to a shared celebration with family and friends at a later date.
Sympathy is extended to the Roe family following the death of Pat Roe on Easter Sunday morning.
Pat had been a resident of Finley Regional Care for a short while, having previously lived in Jerilderie all her married life. Funeral arrangements are to be advised.
Tidy Towns members visited Coleambally last night for a dinner meeting with the Town Life committee, to share Tidy Towns information.
Some TT members will aim to attend the Coming Together and Sharing Day on May 4.
Anyone who would like to participate is asked to reply to Ros Lockhart by Friday, April 21. Phone 58861007 or email [email protected]
TT members will be assisting at the Show ‘n’ Shine Day on May 6 and are looking forward to taking part in National Tree Planting Day on July 28.
In between all that there will be a couple of working bees, so keep your eyes open for further details.
Don’t forget that the film, The Sapphires, will be showing in the Monash Room today at 1pm. Take a friend and enjoy an hour or so of enjoyable and free entertainment.
The Jerilderie Anzac Day ceremonies next Tuesday, April 25 will start with the Dawn Service at 5.45am. The march, starting from the pharmacy at 10am, will be followed by the service at the Cenotaph, and further formalities in the Civic Hall.
If you’re feeling a bit peckish after the march you might like to wander down to IGA and partake of the free sausage sizzle that is on offer between 11.30am and 2.30pm.
There will be a donation box there, should you wish to support the work of the local RSL sub-branch. IGA will be open from 10.30am to 2.30pm on Anzac Day.
The Hospital Auxiliary will meet Thursday, April 27, followed by a street stall on April 28, starting at 8.30am.
Donations of baking or saleable goods for the stall will be much appreciated.
The raffle will include a set of Aussie Wool pillows, a box of fruit and veg, and a meat voucher.
The Jerilderie Catholic Women’s League is today hosting the Wagga Wagga Diocesan Conference of the Catholic Women’s League, starting with Mass at 9.30am in St Joseph’s Catholic Church.
The conference will follow in the Ian Gilbert room, starting with morning tea and registration, prior to the business of the day.
Guest speaker, Ros Lockhart, will give her address before lunch.