St Columba’s School celebrated Mother’s Day on Monday with a concert performed by the students.
Mums, nans and special friends attended the morning.
After the concert the students put on a wonderful spread of cakes, slices and sandwiches that were served in the beautiful sunshine.
Our Community Garden is up and growing and there are a lifetime of opportunities to explore.
At present it’s an experiment of different ideas, to see what grows best where.
Community food growing is about learning forgotten skills, sharing knowledge and experiences, exploring new techniques and celebrating the success of harvest, but it’s also about much more.
Members are experimenting with four bales of rice straw put together, spreading blood and bone over the top and watering daily for 14 days. If you would like to know more come along to a working bee.
Members are gathering at the gardens each Wednesday afternoon at 1.30pm and Saturday morning at 9.30am.
Come along and join in this exciting new venture.
Application forms with membership charter and code of conduct are available on these days.
Joining fee is $5 per annum which go toward garden costs.
Berrigan Lions Club would like to remind the community that it’s still collecting used car, truck and tractor batteries.
The proceeds from the sale of these is put back into community projects.
If you have old batteries to donate contact Neal Gorman on (02)60359430 or Ian Fox 0429852513 and they will arrange pick-up.
The Berrigan Swimming Pool Committee is having a fundraiser on Sunday, June 10 in the form of a ‘Fish Out’. There will be over 200 rainbow trout to be caught.
The day starts at 11am to 4pm. Cost is $10 and there will be a barbecue lunch and afternoon tea available.
Tickets are available at Avalook, Books on Chanter, Dawmac and the Caravan Park.
A ‘Welcome to Berrigan’ barbecue will be held on Sunday, June 24 at the Berrigan Community Club from noon to 2.30pm.
If you have moved to Berrigan in the past five years and not previously attended, you are invited to an informal ‘meet and greet’ and to hear about the services Berrigan has to offer.
Lunch is provided and drinks are at bar prices.
Please RSVP to Shannon Sandral at Dawmac on 58852382 or email [email protected]
This is an initiative of the BDDA Inc.
Community exercises are held every Monday and Wednesday from 10.15am to 10.45am.
If you are an older person looking for some light exercise to keep you fit, come to the Madill Centre.
Exercises are done sitting on a chair so they are not too strenuous, and furthermore they are free.
For more information contact Beth Trewarne on 58852797.
Please save the date of June 25 for the Cancer Council High Tea which will be held at the Berrigan Community Club.
This year the committee has decided to have a High Tea instead of the luncheon.
More information will follow in the coming weeks.
Interested in starting golf? Every Monday handicap and non-handicap players are welcome to come along and play nine holes. Tee-off is at 9.30am. Cost is $5, all welcome.
Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea is just around the corner and will be held on Friday, June 1 from 9.30am at the CWA Hall.
Cost is $8 and there will be a guest speaker from Regional Cancer Support Group. All welcome.
The BDDA will be having its next Breakfast Meeting on Thursday, May 31 between 7.30am and 9.30am.
The event is held at Blue Door and cost for breakfast is $10.
Please pre-order by calling into Blue Door.
This is a forum for any business people in Berrigan to discuss any and all business related matters with like-minded people.
RSVP to Cristina on 0429571988.
Congratulations to the Berrigan Football Club on four wins against Katamatite last Saturday.
The atmosphere was electric around the ground especially with the thirds recording their first win.
The Saints will have another home game this Saturday against Blighty.
Berrigan and District Heritage Museum will be holding a sausage sizzle tomorrow outside Berrigan IGA.
There will also be a raffle for a load of firewood. All proceeds will go to maintaining the displaying and storage of our local history at the museum.
President Marney Dalgliesh reports there will not be a monthly meeting during June, July and August.
The museum will be open every Wednesday morning from 9am.
Rotary Bowel Scan kits are now available for the month of May from Berrigan Pharmacy for $15. Please see Kim for more information.
Amaroo Aged Care Hostel Auxiliary held a successful street stall last Wednesday.
Marg Pola won the crocheted rug and coat hanger all in Berrigan football colours, and Justine won a beautiful cushion.
Thank you to IGA and the whole community for your support.