The Lansdowne fishing club has decided to postpone their sea food raffles until the fire crisis is over.
They will still hold their normal meat raffles. The fishing club Big Bash has also been postponed.
It will now be held on November 29-30 and December 1.
Fishing club memberships are now due for renewal.
Community hall news
The next Lansdowne Community Hall market is being held on November 30. It is being held in the hall and in the surrounding grounds.
If you are interested in booking a stall site or would like more information please phone 65567146.
The markets are held to raise funds to maintain the halls upkeep.
The Lansdowne community hall will be holding a Twilight market in February 2020.
The twilight market will be held instead of the regular monthly Saturday morning market and will be held on February 29. For bookings please phone 65567146.
They will also be holding a garage sale on December 14 at the hall.
Have some 'stuff' to sell? Book a table for $5 or sell your 'stuff' from the car boot or trailer for $5 per vehicle.
If you only have a couple of items for sale, the hall committee will sell them for you at 10 per cent commission - all care, no responsibility.
You will need to deliver items to the hall and pick them up if not sold. This could be a perfect time to get ready for Christmas.
Phone Margaret for further information or bookings on 65567146.
Threatened by bushfires
A southerly change pushed a bushfire that originated at Rumba Dump (Tapin Tops National Park) north towards the valley on Wednesday, November 13.
At about midnight, the change crossed the fireground and impacted on residents in areas such as Upper Lansdowne, Killabakh, Elands and Bobin.
There have been reports of about 200 homes lost across NSW. An officially number from the Mid Coast area is yet to be determined.