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Volume 11, Issue 23

November 30th -December 21st 2016

Mount Morgan Argus Proudly brought to you by Mount Morgan Promotion & Development Inc. ABN 21 391 526 801

Generous Donation from Social Club-Page 4

Con Jasmyne Marsh’s Official Presentation - Page 5

Local Resident Celebrates Milestone - Page 10

MMSHS Students Celebrate End of School in Style

Twelve years of schooling ends for Mount Morgan High Students and they celebrate in style. See Page 3 for pictures.

Mount Morgan Promotion & Development Inc. Presents

The Mount Morgan Christmas Tree Festival

FRIDAY 9th & SATURDAY 10th Dec 5:30pm - 8:30pm FREE Children’s Amusements, Live Entertainment, BBQ, Raffles, Stalls, Visit from Santa and let’s not Forget the Breath Taking Tree Displays! For further information PHONE 49 382 312


History & Reflections

Toy Singer Sewing Machine

Pride in your Town Having seen the freshly painted stage area and the attractive additions to our School of Arts one must hope that the floor will be restored to a polished dance floor again. If this does not happen the area will look like a man in a wonderful dinner suit wearing unpolished shoes. Remembering the dances, balls etc. held in the School of Arts brings back fond memories of the Fred Cole Trio. This Trio played such a wonderful part for yesteryears dance lovers. Mount Morgan had many talented musicians who gave of their talent for the enjoyment of many, but now we will concentrate on the Trio. The Trio consisted of talented male members, Fred Cole being the pianist, Harry Weir on drums and Noel Underwood, saxophone and clarinet. Fred Cole needs no introduction to Mount Morgan people as he was also very well known for his tennis skill. Fred was a gifted pianist with no formal knowledge of music but could play any tune from his wonderful memory store. His gift is one that only a few receive. The wonderful part of Fred and his piano playing was that his love of music enabled him to sit at his piano for hours and hours enjoying every minute of playing melody after melody and never tire of playing. Harry Weir, drummer, needs very little introduction as many thousands of children who attended the Central State School enjoyed his talent during their school years. Harry taught at that school for many many years. at many local concerts. Harry was also a very talented violinist, organist and choirmaster.

Noel Underwood, saxophonist, needs a little more introduction. He joined Mount Morgan Limited as a draughtsman from New Zealand in 1949.His musical knowledge started in a Boys band playing sax, trumpet and euphonium. Very soon after his arrival to Mount Morgan the Fred Cole Trio was formed and continued till 1957 when Noel left to accept a position with Mineral Deposit Limited at Southport. He had a successful career of 34 years with Mineral Deposits, including many interesting overseas trips for that company. Close to retirement he again resumed his love of music and joined a Concert band playing various instruments but at present in his senior years he is playing trombone in a Swing Band (which he helped to get started) playing the music of Glen Millar, Artie Shaw and Benny Goodman etc.

Graeme Meade from Collectables & Memories East Street

With Christmas not far away this week’s little story is about a Christmas present that was popular with little girls in the 1900s. A toy sewing machine that actually works, I have read many stories of mother and daughter sitting side by side at the table, making clothes, one for the family, one for the dolls.

It is a Singer Hand Crank Toy Sewing Machine; the machine was made from about 1910 to the 1950s with almost no change to the basic design. It was made for a time in the 1970s as well. The machine came in a cardboard box with an instruction sheet, seam guide and attachment clamp. It is a simple design, turn the handle and it produces a simple chain stitch. This machine was originally called a Model 20, after the 50s it was called a Sewhandy. It is heavy for its size, about 1.2 kg, made very solid; it stands about 18 cm tall, 18 cm long and 9 cm What interesting talented musicians wide. made up the Fred Cole Trio? Whilst the dancers of yesteryear The Singer Company was started by enjoyed dancing on a good floor Isaac Singer in 1851, in the USA. He was at the School of Arts what a thrill successful because of a good design it would be to have it restored so and he started the use of an instalment that future generations could enjoy payment system. In 1867 they set up dancing as we did to the music of the manufacturing in Glasgow, for the UK market, at that time Glasgow had cheap Fred Cole Trio. labour and good iron making industries. ONLY ONE MORE EDITION During both world wars most for the sewing machine production OF THE ARGUS FOR 2016 Singer stopped and retooled to make items for We are planning a special Christmas the war effort. The Singer brand is still Edition so if your Business would in business today, they also own other like to send Seasons Greetings to brands now, like Ptaff and Husqvarna. your valued customers this edition will be out the 21st DECEMBER and all copy due by FRIDAY 16th DECEMBER.

PHONE 49 382 312 or EMAIL


MMSHS students Graduate in style Photos Courtesy of Mount Morgan State High School

Annalise Cant

Zara Benjamin

Takiah Grant

Chelsea Tull

Jacob Behnke

Conner Stewart

Roeshell Mitchell

Cody Curtis

Keegan Maddison

Laine Buckton

Jaiden Standen

Jewel Dolan

Joseph Portch

Shanalee Mansell

Jessica Armstrong

Charlotte Buckton

Keira Martin-Bray

Colleen Anderson-Ross

Courtney Brown

Luke Plummer

Matthew Stock Nahum Jacobson



Dee River Oldies On Sunday November 20th we had a bus trip to Emu Park Markets, although the numbers were down, everyone who came, enjoyed the day. Instead of attending the Country Music Concert, the members requested going to Yeppoon to shop around before returning home. The winner of the bus raffle was Carolyn Read.

Congratulations Samantha Jayne Lamb for graduating grade 12. Samantha attended Rockhampton High School.

John Cani News On Monday 28th November Carinity Aged Care Unit - John Cani Mount Morgan was pleasantly surprised to receive a cheque for $500 from the Grand Hotel’s Cutter Social Club. Manager Margaret Eater and DT Leeann Rolfe were delighted to accept the donation from Kathy Griffiths treasurer of the Club. “This is wonderful, we’ll be able to purchase paint supplies for our activities for the residents.” Diversional Therapist Leeann Rolfe said. Cutter Club President is Judy Crane and Treasurer is Peter Gerber.

Pictured Leeann Rolfe, Manager Margaret & Kathy Griffiths

We held our Christmas Lunch Breakup Friday, November 26th. in the School of Arts Luckily the weather wasn’t quite as hot as the day before. 70 people enjoyed a delicious lunch provided by Golden Roast and some lovely Christmas carols by Fab Four. The lucky winners of the raffle were Barbara Thompson a Christmas cake first prize, second, Val Young, a Money Tree and third Gordon Fritz a Christmas cake. We would like to say a big thank you to Betty Ware for her donations of the Christmas cake and the Lucky Door Prize, as she has been through a trying time of late. Also thanks must go to Mary Valler for her donation of the Money Tree and Val Young for donating the Christmas cake. These donations and the help we get from our members make everything worthwhile. The Lucky Door winners were Freda McDougall and Merle Curtis. As this will be our last newsletter for the 2016, we would like to wish everyone all good things for 2017.

Nursery Now Open

On Saturday the 26th of November, the gates to Golden Mount Nursery were re-opened at a new premises. The scorching heat stayed away for the opening which made for a pleasant browsing experience for customers. Many residents came out to see the family who started it all 16 years ago. Back them the nursery was up at the dam recreational area. After a 6 year hiatus from shop front trading, the Hare family decided it was time to open the gates once more to the residents of Mount Morgan. “Over the next couple of months we will be able to step up our propergation. We are just waiting fon the weather to change so the cuttings will be able to root better. Stock will be changing and increasing weekly.” The nursery is now situated in 98B James street which is directly behind touchwood theatre. Drop on in and witness the nursery grow back to what it once was. “Thank you to everyone who arrived to see our new premises. It was good to see some old and even new faces in our nursery once again”

An Exciting New Opportunity for One Special Girl Rotary have been happy to partner with Mount Morgan Central State School (MMCSS) and to share this good news with the media. Australian Hearing Audiologist, Katherine Huntley came to the presentation and shared what the benefits of the FM system will be. Amanda is happy to speak on behalf of Jasmyne to thank all those involved.


“At almost $2500 the cost of this amazing device was something, as a single mother, I knew I could never afford. Now thanks to the wonderful donation for the Rotary Club of South Rockhampton, the world of education is open to my little girl and she now has the opportunity for an equal education.”

The FM system will be stored at school and will be available for Jasmyne every school day.

Rotary have worked with the school and

Australian Hearing and have funded an FM sound system and 2 receivers for Jasmyne (well over $2000 donation). This product will be highly beneficial to use at school to enhance Jasmyne’s opportunity to engage with the curriculum and learn. Jasmyne’s mum, Amanda, is having Jasmyne fitted with the FM sound system and 2 receivers on 28 November at Australian Hearing.

Amanda Marsh, Jasmyne’s mother, expressed her joy and gratitude towards rotary at the official ceremony. “ With Jazzy’s Central Auditory Processing Disorder, she hears things s little different to the rest of us and this can make the way she processes info quite difficult.”

Rotary Club of South Rockhampton Members and Rosemary Izzard presenting Mount Morgan Central State School Students and Jasmyne Marsh with the Fm Transmitter.

Mount Morgan Promotion & Development Inc. Presents

The Mount Morgan Christmas Tree Festival School of Arts Building

Get Your Trees Ready!! FRIDAY 9th & SATURDAY 10th Dec

5:30pm - 8:30pm

FREE Children’s Amusements, Live Entertainment, BBQ, Raffles, Stalls, Visit from Santa and let’s not Forget the Breath Taking Tree Displays! For further information PHONE 49 382 312


8. Council welcomes $2m Funds for three key projects

Council updates Mount Morgan Residents

Pictured acting Mayor Cherie Rutherford & Councillor Ellen Smith

Minister for Justice Michael Keenan and Queensland Assistant Minister for Local Government and Infrastructure Glenn Butcher today announced Natural Disaster Resilience Program funding of $1.77m for upgrades to Stanwell - Waroula Road and Nine Mile Road. Mr Butcher also announced $348,000 funding for the Mount Morgan Streetscape Redevelopment project. Rockhampton Regional Council Acting Mayor Cherie Rutherford thanked Rockhampton MP Bill Byrne and his Mirani counterpart Jim Pearce for helping to secure the support. Cr Rutherford said the projects would all help take the Region forward in their own way. She said the Mount Morgan Streetscape Redevelopment would reinvigorate the historic town’s main street and create an opportunity to entice more visitors. “This money will be used for the first piece of a transformative project that will upgrade the existing Morgan St median and streetscape to create a vibrant area for all the community to utilise,” Cr Rutherford said. “It will entice tourists passing through to stay and visit local businesses.” “Importantly, the project reinforces the town’s identity, ‘heritage’ tourism products and strengthens existing local businesses in the town to support the creation of additional local jobs and business offerings.” She said this project, which has been the focus of extensive community consultation, was recently recognised at the Planning Institute of Australia’s Awards for Planning Excellence in Queensland, where it received a Commendation by the judges in the category of “Best Planning Ideas – Small Project”. M.A.W Mowing & Handyman Services ABN: 30 706 300 266 “Lawns fear me - Women want me” Mark Williamson 0403 571 561 Email:

Approximately 30 receptive people attended the RRC Community Conversation meeting on Thursday 10th November at 7pm at the Mount Morgan Schools of Arts following a scrumptious sausage sizzle courtesy of Rockhampton Regional Council. The meeting was attended by Mayor Strelow, Deputy Mayor Rutherford, CEO, General Managers and Council Officials and was facilitated by Wade Clark. Several topics were discussed at the meeting including the Mount Morgan Streetscape, the new lookout at the Mount Morgan Range and revamped “Welcome to Mount Morgan” Signage at the entranceto the town. Acting Mayor Councillor Cherie Rutherford said the recent Community Conversations meeting in Mount Morgan gave residents the chance to talk with local Councillors and Council Officers on current projects in their local area. Our Community Conversation meetings are always a great opportunity for residents to come down, see what’s going on in the area and ask us questions they feel are important and relevant to them,” Cr Rutherford said. “I was really pleased with the positive contribution from residents on the night as well as their comments through our online survey and Facebook.” Councillor Rutherford said Council Officers presented several major projects set to roll out in Mount Morgan. “We took residents through the revised Mount Morgan Streetscape plan, which the community was quite involved in, and it was well received. We also presented the new signage plans for the Region including Mount Morgan,” Cr Rutherford said. “We welcomed MMPAD representative John Steinberger who spoke about his group’s regular fish stocking of the Mount Morgan No.7 Dam, which will be very helpful with the Region’s Recreational Fishing Development Strategy.”


2017 Australia Day Awards

Recognising the outstanding efforts of Rockhampton Region residents.

Nominations close Friday 9 December 2016. Categories include: Citizen of the Year Young Citizen of the Year Community Service Award Cultural Award Community Event/Initiative Award Sportsperson of the Year For more information contact Rockhampton Regional Council: P: 07 4932 9000 E: W:

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With music and singers from Rock Covenant Love Ministeries and local singers Freda McDougall, Jim Lynch, Dianne Miltenburg, Jazman Mansell & Chloe and Ash Smith Throughout the evening there will be free giveaways to the children and Adults. Glow sticks will be provided to children & adults. So come along bring your chairs, blankets and your singing voice. Phone Shirley Dolan on 49381388


Wildlife Matters By Trish Mathers - Phone 04005 91504

The Orange Dot Movie Review

By Larry at Fox Video

In early 2008 I was completely Well, this year has certainly taken with a wonderful Irish flown by! We would like movie about love, music and the to wish everyone a Merry struggles of everyday life called Christmas and Happy New ‘ONCE’. Year. A really big thanks to all those wonderful people The lead, Glen Hansard wrote who have taken the time and performed all of the music in to rescue sick, injured and ONCE, and consequently he has orphaned native animals., shot to global stardom. and a super big thankyou to those who have The writer and director, a supported us with donations. It is a great help to the animals wonderful penman with an in care. Many people do not realise what is involved in wildlife unerring feel for the pulse of life, caring. To raise a joey can cost up to $2,000 and we can have John Carney has now gone on to them in care for over a year before they are released. We also write and direct a new favourite, a new Orange Dot movie, ‘SING need to provide not only food, but proper housing for all animals STREET ‘...And this one’s funny as well. that come in, which means cages, aviaries, carry boxes, pouches, The basic plotline? Boy meets girl. Girl inimpressed. Boy starts towels, medication, trips to vets, etc. band. If you find a sick, injured or orphaned native animal, please keep it warm, and in a quiet place until you can get it to a vet It’s 1980’s Dublin and life is tough for 14-year-old Conor Lalor. or carer. Never try to feed them and do not force them to drink His Dad has lost his job, his parents are breaking up and he has water. If you are travelling and find an animal in need, please to move from his cotton-wool private school to the rough-andphone 1300 ANIMAL. tumble, harsh local Catholic School where the School bully and the Headmaster are both gunning for him. Happy Birthday Bessie! Then Conor sees her; the stunning uber-cool Raphina, a 17-yearold model standing near his school. She may be totally out of his league but Conor decides to give it a crack anyway and asks Raphina to be in the music video for his band. There’s just one slight problem; there is no music video because there is no band... A heart-warming, crowd-pleasing coming-of-age story, SING STREET takes you back to the era of big-hair, double-denim, Mary Elizabeth North (nee Hall) known as Bessie celebrated guyliner, glam-bands, music videos and super-synthesized pop - a her 97th Birthday on 19th November with a family get place you won’t want to leave again. together at the Mount Morgan Hospital. Bessie has lived in Mount Morgan all her life. As a teenager SING STREET features the music of Spandau Ballet, Duran Duran, she helped her father and grandfather run the Town The Jam, A-Ha, Genesis, The Clash and The Cure; It’s rated M for Library and also helped in the Hall Family running the some of the language that comes out of the rough end of town Picture Theatre in the School of Arts. She also talks about and it runs for an hour and forty. going on the ice cream cart with her dad. She married Charlie North and not long after, he was sent If you were rocked by the COMMITMENTS, if you were swayed overseas to fight in World War 2. Bessie had her first son by ONCE, if you love to learn about the real lives of real people, Roy born on her 21st birthday and so they then lived with you’ll be enraptured by SING STREET. Loved it! her parents while Charlie was at the war. Upon his return they bought a house in Dee Street and lived there for 70 + years. If you have a story or article please Bessie has 4 sons and 3 daughters, 12 grandchildren and email or 20 great grandchildren plus 1 great great grandchild on the way. phone 4938 2312.

Carbine Gold Copper Project Update and Community Meeting.

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Mount Morgan Mine Site - Photo provided by Carbine Resources

Carbine Resources Ltd would like to invite interested people in Mount Morgan to an information session about the company’s proposed Mount Morgan Gold-Copper Project. The information session will be held at the Mount Morgan School of Arts building on Wednesday evening December 14th from 7:00pm to 8:00pm. In conjunction with the information session, Rotary will run a fund raising sausage sizzle from 6:00pm until 7:00pm. Carbine is in the process of finalising a Feasibility Study that may underpin proposed financing possibilities to enable the project to be developed. The community information session will be an opportunity for Carbine to explain the work completed to date and the nature of the planned operation moving forward. Carbine’s Managing Director Tony James will give a presentation and there will be opportunity for questions after the presentation. Carbine, working in conjunction with the Department of Natural Resources and Mines Abandoned Mine Land Unit, believe Carbine’s Project will make substantial contributions to improving historical environmental impacts from former mining as well as creating potential business and employment opportunities for the community. ALL WELCOME!


Donald Keith Hale

Markets December 17 8.00am to 12.00pm

Baree Hall Stalls include home baking, crafts, jewelry, homemade jams, sauces & pickles, plants and much more. Sausage sizzle, free watermelon and ice cream for kids Any enquiries Ph: 4938 1687, 4938 2484 or 0438 584 377

25-5-30 - 16-12-15 One Year has Passed... A loving heart stopped beating, Time willing hands at rest, God broke our hearts to prove, He only takes the best, Not for himsel f but for us he lived, Never to take but always to give, A special person, A special face, A special someone we can’t replace, T hey say there is a reason, T hey say time will heal, But neither time nor reason, Will change the way we feel, God has you in his keeping, We have you in our hearts. Dearly missed by his loving wi fe Vene (Lavina) Daughter Alis on, Sons Cecil, David, Bradley and their families


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Mount Morgan Hot Bread Shop

Phone: 4938 1427

Breads, Cakes, Slices, Rolls, Scones, Pastries, Sausage Rolls

And don’t forget the Pies! Finlayson & McKenzie Funerals Sandi Wood (nee Inslay) from Mount Morgan was born and raised within the Mount and is well aware of the needs of the Mount Morgan community.

Rockhampton Mob: 0439 880 919 Qld Health PMT 1001493211 Ph: 07 4911 3901 BSA Licence 1189930 E: ABN 31 137 990 786

Deslea’s Cutz for Mutz Mobile Dog Clipping

Phone Des: 0447 275 402

Sandi is Mount Morgan’s funeral consultant and is available for all funeral advice. Contact Sandi for more information and competitive prices with burials, cremations or prepaid funerals. Sandi Wood your local consultant Phone: 4922 1269


15 Did you miss seeing the plans for the new look Mount Morgan main street? The Mount Morgan Library is currently displaying the latest master plan for the Mount Morgan streetscape – the changes set to start happening in Morgan Street in 2017.


For further information contact Heather on 4934 0023

MULTI PURPOSE HEALTH SERVICE NEWS Christmas Closure: The hospital office will be open on Wednesday 28th December, Thursday 29th December and Friday 30th December and will then re-open as normal on Tuesday 3rd January. Our Emergency Department will be available 24 hrs a day, 7 days a week for emergencies only. Outpatient clinics will not be held during the Christmas / New Year period, except for essential wound care clinics. Dental Clinic: The Dental Clinic will hold their final clinic for 2016 on Wednesday 21st December and will re-open on Tuesday 3rd January, 2017. Rockhampton Dental Clinic will close from 24th December to 2nd January (inclusive) and will also re-open on Tuesday 3rd January. For emergency dental appointments during this break please phone the Emergency Department at Rockhampton Hospital. Travel Office: The Rockhampton Hospital Travel Office will be closed from COB (close of business) Friday 23rd December to Monday 2nd January. For emergent patient travel enquiries during this period please contact the switch at Rockhampton Hospital.

Immunisation: Please note our final immunisation clinic for 2016 will be held on Tuesday 20th December. Our first clinic for 2017 will be on Tuesday 17th January

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You can see diagrams and maps outlining the new plants, gazebo, shade shelters, arbour and the mafeking bell. The plans were created based on the information gathered through the community meetings in Mount Morgan in the past two years.

Call into Collectables & Memories 113 East Street to pick up some different Christmas gift ideas. Stop by to check out the 1960s themed Christmas window. There is a large stock of Curos, Antiques, Bottles, Barware, Collectable, Cutlery, Car, Bike, Bicycle parts, Glass, Hardware, Tools, Kitchenware, Jewellery, Pottery, Records and CDs, Tobacciana. Lots and lots of interesting things that is sure to bring back memories. Soft cover novels $1 each. Old railway spikes and pins, $1 each

Open Saturday, Sunday 10 am to 2 pm 10 am to 4 pm other days, closed on Tuesday 113 East Street Mount Morgan 0411 073 974 Find us on Facebook

Learn to play Guitar

Mt. Morgan Community Hub has limited spots available (Free) beginning in February 2017 Contact the Hub on 49382262 to enquire and book your spot.

Be quick!!

Classes available for 2 groups - Children aged 12-17 and adults. Sponsored by



Dec 1: GMFA Bingo. St. Mary’s Anglican Church Hall, Gordon St. Doors open 9.00 Play starts 10.00am. Dec 3: Christmas Carols at Footbridge Corner 6:30pm DEC 3: Blue Care Trash & Treasure, Gordon Street. Household goods, clothes and much more. Dec 3: Dance Community Service Hall. 1-5pm Billy Lawton Band. $6 Adults $2 Children Dec 4: Corporate Invitational Event. 3 Person Ambrose, Tee off 9am. $30/pp includes lunch. Golf Club DEC 7: Primary School Graduation. Dee Bowls Club Dec 9: GMFA Bingo. St. Mary’s Anglican Church Hall, Gordon St. Doors open 6.30pm. Play starts 7.30pm. DEC 10: Red Frog Graduation 10am (For new Prep Children) DEC 10: QCWA Cent Sale 2pm. QCWA Hall, East Street DEC 17: Baree School of Arts Markets 8-12pm. $10 for site. Phone 49381687 Dec 18: Dance Community Service Hall. 1-5pm. Billy Lawton Band. $6 Adults. $2 Children. Fancy Dress

The Relationships Australia Community Hub is facilitating a FREE Craft Group over the holidays for children of all ages.

Come along, enjoy some light refreshments, make some Christmas decorations and have a chat in the air con! The first session commences on Tuesday the 13th of November 2016. The group runs through the school holidays but takes a break over Christmas and New Year’s. Parents, please note all children attending must be signed in and out every day. PHONE - GRETA on 49382262

If you have any question please do not hesitate to call Greta on 49382262 at the Community Hub! Next Argus: out Wednesday, 21st December. If you

have something you’d like included in this issue, please note that all inclusions are required by Friday 16th December. Ph: 4938 2312 Email:

CLASSIFIEDS PAINTER: Semi retired. W. Cruickshank Phone 0488104774 or 0488105257. QBCC No-75608. GUNS & AMMUNITION: MOUNT MORGAN. ERIC J. STEVENSON. Dealer Licence 5000149. PHONE 0417006591 All Computers and Repairs, your local computer specialist Nathan. Phone between Monday to Friday, 10am to 8pm. PHONE 49 382 451 Golden Mount Nursery: Open Now 98B James Street (Behind Touchwood Theatre). open 7 days 10am - 2pm weekdays 10 am - 4 pm weekends FOR SALE: Lg. Corner computer study/desk. All timber. V.G.C $100 o.n.o Phone 49 381994. Glass screen with door to fit bath tub. Good Cond; $100 o.n.o Phone 49 381 994 NURSERY: 160 East St. South Mt. Morgan. (opposite the cemetery) Open 10am to 5 pm every day except Mondays. Ph. 0429888165 GARAGE SALE: 3,4 December between 10am-4pm.- 4 Campion St, Mt. Morgan. Refrigeration tools & equipment, large freezers/refrigerators, home contents, vintage furniture, vehicles including metal caravan. Contact Michelle 0416 598 254 FOR SALE: 9ct Yellow Gold Diamond 3 Ring Bridal Set. 2 outside bands have 5 hearts with diamonds. Centre Ring has 15 diamonds. Genuine Callers Only 0429826640 THANK YOU: Mrs Marion Brown would like to thank the Doctors, Nurses and Staff of the Mt Morgan Hospital for the care and attention they took looking after her Husband Ken GET WELL: Best wishes to Jock Preston for a speedy recovery. CWA RAFFLE RESULTS: Coffee Perculator and Pods Raffle winner was Carol Stock. Thank you for your support. QWCA would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas & Happy New Year. Thank you for all the donations received in 2016 and also a big thank you to all our husbands for all their help and support.

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