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PLEASANT OUTING: Pictured here at the evening for retiring accountant Andrew Pryor were David and Jenny Littlejohn. Pictures: Contributed
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A perfect Saturday afternoon of chatter, champagne and creativity was had by all who attended the Bale Out Ball mask workshop recently, kindly hosted by Jak + Jill .

People from both near and far spent the afternoon with milliner Amanda Causer creating beautiful masks to match their gowns for the Bale Out Ball Masquerade Ball, which is beingheld in Cootamundra on Saturday, September 19.

A special thank you to Jak + Jill who have been a huge support and help with the organising this lovely day which was enjoyed by all.

Money raised from the night will be donated back to local community groups and the charity of choice for the night, Buy A Bale .

Tickets are still available for the ball at梧桐夜网baleoutball.org419论坛.

FRIENDS CATCH UP: It was time for friends to catch up at Andrew Pryor’s farewell to Twomeys. Pictured from left Marcel Gay, Chris and Wendy Slater and Bonnie Pryor.

WELL DONEAccolades to Mark Forsyth and Geraldine Ryan for a job“well done”over the past 10 years in producingThe Evening with Friendsconcerts.

They have showcased more than 120 local and district singers and musicians, and sung nearly 400 songs for the pleasure of the appreciative audiences present over those 10 years of performances.

The Evening with Friendsconcerts have raised about $35,000, which has gone back into our community.

TEATIME: These two ladies Doris Harper and Colleen Apps, delighted in inspecting the splendid array of teapots on display at the Annual Daffodil Tea.

REMEMBERING JOYCEIt is with much sadness that I make mention of the passing of one of Cootamundra’s“special ladies”Mrs Joyce Steiger, wife of the late Ned Steiger, of Parker Street.

Joyce passed away peacefully in her sleep on Monday last and her farewell will take place in the Uniting Church, at 11am today.

In their time living in Cootamundra Ned and Joyce contributed much to our community and were loved by all.

FAMILY: Pictured here is Leslie surrounded by her seven children. From L-R: Richard, Graham, Keith, Alison, Leslie,, Steven, Andrew and David.

HAPPY DAYIt was such a happy day on Saturday last whenLeslie Thompson, surrounded by her family, celebrated her 90th birthday.

A lunch was held in the Restaurant of the Family Hotel and attended by her seven children, her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. A number offriends were also present.

Many of the guests had travelled from far and wide to play a part in this SPLENDID event.

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