Families and friends are invited to the family and youth service at the Anglican Church of the Epiphany, Cundle Road, Lansdowne, tomorrow, Saturday November 9 from 4pm to 6pm.
The service will include family service of faith, hope, inspiration and music followed by activities which will include planting Christmas Bush seedlings, painting a Christmas card and making a photobook.
Sandwiches, slices, cakes and drink will be provided. Contact Reverend Amanda Brockwell for further information on 0407 018 323 or Rick Higgins on 0457 670 108 or Chris Hough on 0419 699 615.
All supervisors are screened and hold current working with children checks and safe ministry training to provide a safe church environment and the leader is a qualified teacher.
The Lansdowne Fishing club held its weigh-in on the weekend with Les Gardner weighing in five flathead with a total weight of 2.5kg, with the heaviest fish weighing 0.6kg.
At the fishing club annual general meeting last weekend the following were elected for the next 12 months. President is Les Gardner, vice president is Ivan Minett, treasurer is Maree Minett.
The position of secretary was not filled at the meeting. Steve Henry will continue as caretaker secretary until the position has been filled.
Committee members are Bruce Wade, Trevor Henry, Jenni Henry, Corey Buttsworth. Weigh master is Bruce Wade and assistant weigh master is Corey Buttsworth.
This weekend coming will be a big weekend for the fishing club with the seafood raffles on Saturday night, November 9 and the fishing club Pairs Big Bash on with the weigh in at the Lansdowne Bowling and Recreation Club on Sunday, November 10 from 1pm.
Paton Hall fete
The Lower Manning Uniting Church Congregation (Harrington, Coopernook and Lansdowne) will hold their Paton Hall Fete and huge preloved everything sale from their Op shop.
It will be held in the hall and grounds at 4 Petrie Street, Coopernook tomorrow, Saturday morning, November 9.
There will lots of bargains from the Op Shop and some awesome home baked delights from the cake stall. You will be able to purchase some wonderful Christmas gifts from the woodturning items or from the beautiful opals and craft stalls. You can even search your Family Tree.
Take time to have a delicious morning tea and or a sausage sandwich from the barbecue. Everyone is welcome to go along for a very friendly morning.