Out of lockdown again
Once again we have weathered the lockdown for another week and hopefully things will return to normality for good, however we must all be careful and stay safe so it doesn't happen again.
We had a couple of nice days to start but the rain will dampen the outdoor exercise but will certainly be good for the lawns and gardens.
Beautification of Wingham streets
Congratulations to the person/persons who have been very busy creating the colourful flowers (it appears most of them have been crocheted) that have suddenly appeared in the garden beds along Isabella, Bent and Farquhar Streets and around Central Park.
I spotted them early this week during a drive with into town to get my tablets at the local chemist and do some shopping.
It is to be hoped that they will brighten up everyone's day and will 'bloom' for many weeks to come.
There was a break in Church Services at both St Matthew's Wingham and St Luke's at Tinonee last week but they will be back at Tinonee on Thursday, October 14 and Wingham on Sunday, October 17.
At the time of writing these notes a date has now been set for the postponed Trivia Night to be held at St Matthew's and it is set down for Saturday, October 23, so get your teams ready and start swotting up on your knowledge of all things of interest.
Donation of items
St Matthew's Church is accepting donations of new socks and jocks along with beanies through congregation member Nancy Boyling OAM - a member of Taree Quota Club, to assist homeless men in the Manning area.
I have already given six beanies to Nancy's fellow Quotarian Judy Cluss of Tinonee and I will probably have a few more beanies made over the next week or two to add to the collection.
Another change of date
Once again the Tinonee Hall meeting has been postponed until December 7 when hopefully things will have settled down. It is hoped to again have an open house completely and a couple of function bookings have been made as folk are getting ready for the upcoming Christmas festivities.