The Amaroo Aged Care Auxiliary would like to thank everyone who attended the Autumn Garden Walk and for all the generous donations. They raised in excess of $2000.
All proceeds will go towards purchasing a Bariatric wheelchair.
Helen Pyle was the winner of the raffle.
Berrigan Conservation & Tidy Town Committee would like you to help yourself to the olives along the cemetery road.
The next roadside clean-up will be held on May 6 — 9am meeting at the Caravan Park Rest Stop.
There is still a problem with people not covering their vehicle loads, whether it’s a trailer, ute or truck. Did you know that there is normally something that blows off that has your name on it? A nice fine can be given.
This rubbish is a threat to our environment and also a cost to our council.
The Berrigan Community Garden had its first working bee on Sunday morning.
It saw 13 enthusiastic gardeners help fill up the garden beds made by the Berrigan Menshed.
There are lots of ideas for the garden and members would love to hear yours.
Come along to the next working bee (watch this space for a date).
If you have an old galvanised garbage bin that you would like to donate to be made into a seat, leave it with Christina at The Book Shop.